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Sue Turconi Abstract Original Oil Painting

Artist:  Sue Turconi (Venice, Florida)
Colors:  Red, Yellow, and Orange
Frame:  Vintage wood frame
Image Size: 20″ tall x 18″ wide
Frame Size: 21.5″ tall x 19.5″ wide
Framing:  Solid wood frame
Medium: Original oil on canvas

$1,450.00

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Artist Bio

Sue Turconi received an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. Her work is included in the public collections of City Hall in Venice, Florida, N.J. State Museum in Trenton and the Newark Museum also in N.J. Her work is included in many private collections throughout the world. Turconi also teaches Art History at State College of Florida. Turconi won first place at “The Art of the World” exhibition in Venice, Florida in 2006 and is a member of the Florida Artist’s Group.

Turconi is a mixed media artist who has exhibited, taught, and lectured extensively.  Her works are included in private collections in America as well as Switzerland, Spain, Wales, Japan, and France. The artist is represented in the public collections of City Hall in Venice, Florida, Pratt  Institute, Brooklyn New York, Rutger’s  University, New Jersey State Museum, Newark Museum, and Bergen Museum of Art and Science, all in New Jersey.  Her work was also included in the Merrill Lynch Corporate Collection at the World Trade Center (destroyed 9/11/01).  

The artist has received many awards in her career including juried international competitions, specific invitations, and juried grants from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Artist League of Central New Jersey, ART GOES PUBLIC artist in residence programs, Grumbacher Medal, and others. Turconi has been included in Who’s Who in American Art since 1985.

Artist Statement

I am a true Pisces.  My work is always going in more than one direction at the same time.   Sometimes I will do a piece for the physical enjoyment of the working experience and other times, I will do a piece because I have something to say.  Ultimately, the goal is communication.     

 

 

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