Robyn Bellospirito, NY Member Since July 2009 Artist Statement Artist Robyn Bellospirito has been exhibiting her work for over twenty years in galleries and museums in the New York metropolitan area, around the country, and abroad. She works primarily in oil on canvas, wood and masonite, but also does photography.
Ms. Bellospirito, who is listed in the current editions of Who's Who in American Art and Who's Who of American Women, holds a Bachelor's Degree in Art History.
Robyn Bellospirito's work has been exhibited at Art (that matters) in Oyster Bay, NY; The Lana Santorelli Gallery in Southampton, NY; The Michael Peter Hayes Salon; The IMAC Theater in Huntington, NY; The Society of Illustrators in New York City; Mistretta Galleries in Locust Valley, NY; Barnes Noble in New York City; The Watchung Arts Center in Watchung, NJ; The Hillwood Art Museum in Brookville, NY; The Ghost Fleet Gallery in Kitty Hawk, NC; The Islip Art Museum in Islip, NY; The Eighth Floor Gallery in New York City, The Foster Freeman Gallery in San Antonio, TX; The U.N. Fourth World Conference in Beijing, China and Moscow, Russia; The Ticknor Gallery at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA; and a corporate exhibition at the 1-800-FLOWERS Manhattan Store. Her work was featured in 2000 when she painted a mask for The Mask Project NY which was auctioned off to benefit Hospice Care. The Mask Project chose to use the image of her mask as their logo on various promotional materials, including ten-foot long banners which were hung throughout the Fortunoff Mall in Carle Place, NY. Her work is in the corporate collection of 1-800-FLOWERS, at their headquarters located in Westbury, NY, and in many private collections around the country.
Aside from her paintings, Robyn Bellospirito is a freelance writer, publicist and illustrator.
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