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    I retain the copyrights to all my images and paintings. The sale of a painting does not transfer ownership of my copyrights, neither in full nor in part as derivative works. However, I always welcome art licensing opportunities.

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    I retain the copyrights to all my images and paintings. The sale of a painting does not transfer ownership of my copyrights, neither in full nor in part as derivative works. However, I always welcome art licensing opportunities.

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    About Me

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    BIO: I am a self-taught painter from the U.S. where I have an in-house studio. I specialize in vibrant interiors still life's-, room portraits and botanical designs. I work in oils as well as acrylics in a variety of sizes from small affordable to large canvases. My subject matter ranges from whimsical animals to interiors scenes with a renaissance influence. I am currently accepting commissions. My work is displayed in private collections throughout North America, Europe, Asia, The Middle East as well as Australia. My paintings have been featured in numerous design publications such as Style Magazine Australia, Artisticmoods, Surrounding Magazine, Wilson Art's, The Statement Blog, Note To Self, and Shelterrific. One of my paintings was selected for the cover of Sasee Magazine. I've also done a commission for a Grammy-winning singer/songwriter. Thanks for looking!
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    At a very young age I became fascinated with colors and with the emotional impact of various color combinations. I had the benefit of being the sixth of six daughters; in many respects they were my mentors. In our family, Italian traditions—family, food, religion—were fundamental. When I was 10 years old, a family friend, an artist, recognized my talent and enrolled me in a class at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. After that seminal experience, I continued to draw and in high school I practiced drawing furniture pieces and chairs with fabric patterns. The Italian Renaissance became my favorite art history period and I often incorporated objects and themes from this period into my work. In college, I studied pottery, figure drawing and art history. After marrying, I had three sons, the youngest of whom was diagnosed with autism. Painting for me became a necessary therapy. What started as a part-time escape became a full-time profession and I am grateful every day to be able to do what I love. My studio is in my home. I have sold paintings all over the world and have exhibited in galleries and shows throughout the Northeast.