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  Isamari, Artist
  P.O. Box 579
  Denville, NJ 07834
  Tel: 973–664–1735
  Fax: 973–664–1741




Isabella Pizzano was born in Rome, Italy, where she earned a B.A. in Fine Arts specializing in clay sculpture. While residing in N.J. she exhibited her sculptures in numerous national and international shows such as the prestigious competition of "ARTISTIC CERAMICS" in Faenza, Italy. As a gallery owner in N.J. she presented many talented artists working with different media as well as providing consulting services to many corporations and private collectors. For ten years she participated in multiple workshops under national renowned teachers in multimedia. She then started to develop her own at compositions. Today her work is mostly abstract expressionism and she likes to experiment with different techniques, mostly water media, inks, and collage, using rare and archival papers. In China, Isabella experienced a cultural art exchange with local artists as well as conducting several workshops and demonstrations of Western Art Techniques.



◊ George Segal Gallery at Monclair State University, NewJersey, February, 2011 
◊ Salmagundi Art Club, N.Y.C., President’s Special Juried Show, October, 2010 
"Certificate of Merit for outstanding work"
◊ Salmagundi Art Club, N.Y.C., Aug 23 – Sept 10, 2010 
◊ Amsterdam Whitney Art Gallery, Chelsea, N.Y.C, July, 2010 
◊ Visual Arts Center of N.J., June 18 – July 16, 2010 
◊ Art Expo, N.Y., Pier 94, March 25–28, 2010 
◊ Salmagundi Art Club, N.Y.C., Annual Black & White Show, February, 2010 
◊ The Monmouth Museum, N.J., January 16–21, 2010 
◊ International Society of Experimental Artists, Bethlehem, P.A., Fall, 2009 
◊ Long Island Museum "Works on Paper", August, 2009 
◊ Dennos Museum, Traverse City, M.I. — International Society of Experimental Artists, Fall, 2001 
◊ Princeton University, N.J., solo exhibition at Women’s Study Center, Fall, 2001 
◊ Salmagundi Art Club, Fifth Ave., N.Y.C., 2000 
◊ Newark Museum, permanent collection "Birds of a Feather"
◊ Manhattan Arts International 1999, Award of Excellence



Printmaking Council of New Jersey
Center for Visual Arts, Summit, N.J.
National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic
International Society of Experimental Artists
National Watercolor Society and New Jersey Watercolor Society
The Society of Layerists in Multi–Media — "Visual Journeys" 2010 Book
Member of Salmagundi Art Club, N.Y.C.
Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club Inc.
The Allied Artists of America Inc.
National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic



"Art is an intellectual activity, a conceptual enterprise and not merely something to which the senses and feelings come into play" — Arthur Danto
"Can my work be concerned with an audience? Will Its identity exist devoid of a presumption? Who has the responsibility for creating the works conscious?
Some works are the result of suffering while others are an easy birth. Not all of the forms and coloration, or their relations are grounded in traditional Western European methodologies despite my Roman tutelage. Aesthetic essentials can tease inclinations into exploring profound or frivolous emotions that might instantly leap from disruptive or rewarding accidents. The risk is in the explorations, which may, at times, neither resolve nor coalesce.
Preconceived culturally imbued attitudes come into question for unexpected consideration as their aggregate forces are provoked by the pull of the emotional metaphors suggested by the moment–by–moment abstractions and improvisations within the process. Combining with the energies emanating from the colors, the forms and the textures, a momentum emerges, flows, halts, surges, and ebbs. Herein reside the notes, then the chords, the music and perhaps the dance, at times, the missteps, but always the vulnerabilities and the surrender. Playing out within the field are the risks, the revelations, the bliss, the triumphs, and the foundering.
"Here is the life of the creative process. It is all engaging and relentless. It is a total commitment; it is unreserved and raw. When in honest pursuit of one’s inner truth, it can be nothing less. This intimate outpouring is completely and unabashedly offered to the viewer. It is a visual/virtual documentation of the process encounters and, when embraced within the complexities of the personal relationship, what pervades the ringing silence, what dwells beyond the stillness is the visual poetry of the artist’s heart and mind." — W.A. Traina
"The greater the artist, the greater the doubt. Perfect confidence is granted to the less talented as a consolation prize." — Robert Hughes

 Isabella Pizzano 

Copyrights in the works of art and the images displayed on this site are held by the artists creating the works, and display on this Website is solely by permission of the artists. No right is conferred to reproduce these images, either digitally or in print, except with the express permission of the artists. 

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