Exhibit showing - November through February 26, 1999
(Holy Mary, New Eve)
"My artwork has been influenced by the Early Renaissance devotional art, as well as my life experience and cultural background. I began my life in a Catholic orphanage and subsequently, was adopted into a multi-generational, Italian Catholic household. Small shrines and icons were prominently displayed throughout our home and gardens. Over time, my religious upbringing entered my artwork. I have sought to understand the relationship between humans and the divine, especially between Mary and human women. I am interested in portraying how religion and role models have impacted our lives in Western Civilization."
88 ELM ST
HATFIELD MA 01038
Tel. (413) 247-3108
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