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Rhode Island Italian Artists

Show Dates: September 2 through October 4
Opening Reception: September 18, 5-9 pm

With Gallery Z being the first fine art gallery on Historic Federal Hill, having called it home for the past four years, we have decided to pay homage to the neighborhood that has so warmly embraced us by hosting an exhibition of Rhode Island Italian Artists.

In this exhibition, Gallery Z has selected well established artists of Italian descent from Rhode Island. Featured artists include painters Anthony Tomaselli and Stephanie Marzella, photographers Angelo Marinosci and Salvatore Mancini and renowned sculptor and painter Angelo Rosati.

Salvatore Mancini’s work has been published, exhibited and collected throughout America and Europe and he has received Rhode Island’s Pell Award and Italy’s Bolaffi Prize in addition to numerous grants to support his work.

Having been born and raised in Rhode Island, Anthony Tomaselli is well known for his paintings of local landscapes. Tomaselli teaches painting to many different audiences, including the painting classes at the Providence Art Club.

Angelo Marinosci is a well known and respected photographer who possesses an innate ability to preserve and communicate the unique emotion and character of his subjects with his camera. His countless travels around the globe have given him the ability to capture the essence of the cultures he photographs.

Since moving to southern Rhode Island, Stephanie Marzella has been focusing solely on landscape. The driving forces behind Stephanie’s work are her love of nature and interpretive use of color.

The late Angelo Rosati (1920 – 2005) is an accomplished sculptor and painter who studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, where he established the prestigious Bruni Foundry in 1972. Rosati has had over 20 one-man shows of his paintings and sculptures throughout his lifetime. His work is exhibited in Rhode Island, New York City, the national art exhibit in Washington D.C., Mexico, Rome and countless other locations.

The opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 18th, from 5-9pm. This exhibition is the first of two consecutive shows that overlap the month of October, designated as Rhode Island’s Italian Heritage Month.