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“I am influenced by shape, form, harmony and color so evident in nature and our living surroundings. As an artist, I am forever exploring, learning and growing. My visual and emotional experiences are transformed and creatively expressed in my art work.”
“For me, butterflies with their unusual color configurations represent this beauty of metamorphism. Transformation at its grandest. All my butterfly paintings are representative of butterfly specimens purchased on a trip to South America. They are vividly colorful in their representational beauty of harmony and balance.”
Debbie Gioello received her MFA at Lehman College, NY. The versatile artist expresses herself in multiple mediums and techniques. As a recipient of many awards, she has been featured in many exhibitions. Her solo shows include those at Center Art Galley and Little Carnegie Gallery, in New York, NY, among others. Her art work is currently represented in many private collections in addition to the permanent collection of the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY; Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY; Queens Cultural Center, NY, NY; and many more. She is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, among other organizations.
As a fashion designer, professor and writer, the artist authored multiple fashion design, and textile books published by Fairchild Publication, NY and contributed fashion related articles to fashion industry magazines. She is also recognized for the patents she received for her inventions.
Visit Debbie Gioello’s website www.debbiegioello.com