Location: Poinciana, Florida, United States
Bobbi Mastrangelo, Artist at Grateworks, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in fine art.
Ms. Mastrangelo is a visual artist with more than 35 years in practice best-known for the unique manhole cover motif that appears throughout her work. Initially trained as an educator, Ms. Mastrangelo holds a Bachelor of Science in elementary education from Buffalo State University and enjoyed a brief career as a classroom teacher before shifting her focus exclusively to her artistic career. She studied printmaking and painting under internationally recognized artists including master printmaker Dan Welden, who advised her to find a central theme or motif to differentiate her work. After identifying recurring circular images and strong themes of environmentalism and ecological stewardship, Ms. Mastrangelo selected the manhole theme cover motif that would come to define her work.
Since then, Ms. Mastrangelo has created prints, paintings, and sculptures, including pieces on handmade paper and works of fiber art. Ms. Mastrangelo’s work is included in the permanent collections of several museums and city venues, has been included in group shows throughout the United States and across the world, and been the subject of more than a dozen solo shows in galleries and museums across the East Coast of the United States. Ms. Mastrangelo credits her ongoing success to her enthusiasm, talent, and passion for constant learning, and hopes to continue her work for many more years to come. She is a member of The National Association of Women Artists, The Florida Sculptors Guild and the Florida Chapter of the NAWA. She enjoys participating in a book club and studying philosophy and foreign languages in her free time.
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