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Mayor Fiorello La Guardia reading the Daily News election results in 1941.


ARTIST ANNAMARIE TROMBETTA’S IMAGERY OFFERS VISIONARY INTERPRETATION OF CENTRAL PARK
Exhibition runs from Feb. 21 through March 1 at Italian American Museum



Contact: Dr. Joseph V. Scelsa
917.642.4922
info@ItalianAmericanMuseum.org

Artist Annamarie Trombetta’s “Central Park Imagery,” a collection of en plein air works in oils, pastels, watercolors, etchings and drawings will be on display at the Italian American Museum from February 21st to March 1st.
“My artistic vision is drawn equally from the world of perception, lived experiences and the creative imagination. The fusion of modern designs with a traditional execution is most evident in a stylistic depiction on traditional and shaped canvases, said Ms. Trombetta. “What I hope is evident is the realization that my work has a deep reverence and spiritual commitment to nature as it asserts a serious element of a constructive, naturalistic yet traditional undertone.”

Ms. Trombetta is an artist who has created works in printmaking, watercolor, oil and pastel and is known for working “en plein air”. She attended numerous schools such as Parsons School of Design, The New York Academy of Art, The National Academy Museum and School, The Art Students League, and The W.B. Yeats School in Ireland and L’Ecole Albert DeFois in France. Her works have been exhibited in museums throughout the country.

The Italian American Museum is located at 155 Mulberry Street, at the corner of Grand St. Suggested donation to all events is $10. The Museum is open to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 6 pm. For more information, call 212-965-9000 or visit www.italianamericanmuseum.org.

Founded in 2001, the Italian American Museum is dedicated to exploring the rich cultural heritage of Italy and Italian Americans by presenting the individual and collective struggles and achievements of Italians and their heirs to the American way of life. The Museum received its provisional charter from the New York State Board of Regents on June 12, 2001 and is a 501(c)(3) organization.

 

Artist Annamarie Trombetta

 




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