Brunner Gallery represents a variety of media including original paintings, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and sculptural installations.
Jonathan Pellitteri's MySpace
North Dakota State University Fine Art
April 8 -25, 2008
James Rosenquist Artist in Residence Exhibit
The James Rosenquist Artist Residency is a unique opportunity for an emerging artist to reside and work as a resident artist exploring and developing their personal vision, interacting with students and the community. NDSU Visual Arts is pleased to announce artist Jonathan Pelletteri as the 2008 artist in residence.
NDSU Dept: podcast of Jonathan Pellitteri's public lecture
February 11, 2008 - Fargo, N.D. - The NDSU Department of Visual Arts is pleased to announce that a podcast of Jonathan Pellitteri's public lecture, recorded live at the NDSU Downtown campus on January 24, is now available.
This 36 minute broadcast, consisting of photographs and audio, is best viewed using iTunes. To view the photographs while using iTunes, be sure the artwork and video viewer (lower left corner, a box with an arrow in it) is expanded. Double click on the image to enlarge it on a seperate screen. The photographs will automatically change as Mr. Pellitteri discusses each image.
Listen/view the podcast.
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New Wise- Announcement Jonathan Pellitteri at NDSU
The Department of Visual Arts at North Dakota State University, Fargo, has announced that Jonathan Pellitteri, Baton Rouge, La., has been named the James Rosenquist Artist in Residence at NDSU for 2008.
KARL R. UNNASCH
Artist who describes his work as "illustrations of the harsh beauty where the nature and urbanized worlds collide".
Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans
CACNO, 900 Camp St., 528-3800
Gambit Weekly: Best of New Orleans.com - Art Recommended
International Sculpture Center
The International Sculpture Center is proud to present the winners of the 2007 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. This year's award program attracted a record number of nominees. From a pool of 339 nominees from over 140 schools, the jury comprised of Allyson Baker, Executive Director of Socrates Sculpture Park Long Island City, New York; Tom Csaszar, an artist and writer from Philadelphia, PA; and Steven Siegel, a sculptor from New York, selected 21 winners and 12 honorable mentions.
Louisiana State University
Student Award- Jonathan Pellitteri
Water Enrichment Kit, 2006. Wood, steel, lead, glass, leather, bronze, water, dimensions variable: table - 64" x 45" x 17"; Shelf - 30" x 34" x 7".
My work uses water to communicate my observations of the Mississippi River. Just as local communities exploit this resource for its economic potential, I exploit water for its potential in art. Drawing on the characteristics of water, I am able to create works that impart a sense of anticipation, as they change over time. Water’s physical weight, evaporation, path of flow, and life-sustaining ability allow me to create objects that present this essential natural element so that it can be admired outside of its normal everyday context.
School of Art: LSU- Sculpture
"Lamentation" by Jonathan Pellitteri
Shaw Center for the Arts- Jonathan Pellitteri
Up and coming young sculptor, Jonathan Pellitteri works with a variety of materials to create three dimensional sculptures which combine sophisticated concepts, excellent craftsmanship, and a whimsical approach to imagery common in our everyday lives. In 2007 his work was recognized by the International Sculpture Center and will be part of a 6 months exhibition in Hamilton New Jersey. His sculpture will appear in the fall issue of Sculpture Magazine. His growing reputation and his dedication to his craft make Jonathan a promising new addition to a list of notable artists living and working in Louisiana.
The ArtMob is a project of Forum35.
Well known to economic and urban developments specialists, a thriving arts and culture community are vital to a city's sustained economic vitality. A city can hope to gain the attention of national corporations for the staging of new corporate locations or plant operations with successful arts and cultural programs in place.
Fall/Winter 2007/08 Exhibitions
Jonathan Pellitteri- October 7, 2007 – April 27, 2008
2007 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards
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