Roberta Masciarelli

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Devotion of 21 Buddhas, 2014 Mixed Media 17x21x4.5in 43x53x11.5cm © Roberta Masciarelli
Mechanics of a Dorje, 2014 Mixed Media 24x16x6in 60x40x15cm © Roberta Masciarelli
Fons Aquarum (Water Source), 2014 Mixed Media, Created With More Than 90% Of Repurposed Material. 22x12.5x10in 56x32x25.5cm © Roberta Masciarelli
Iaponicus (Japanese), 2014 Mixed Media, Created With 85% Of Repurposed Material Including Wine Corks 23x11x7in 58x28x18cm © Roberta Masciarelli
Lux Brumalis (Winter time), 2014 Mixed Media, Created With 85% Of Repurposed Material (Wood Spoon, Metalic Grill Piece, Wooden Costers) 22x13x5.5in 56x33x14cm © Roberta Masciarelli
Rain Dancer, 2014 Mixed Media More Than 80% Of Repurposed Material (Garbage Disposal Top Part, Bark Chips Mulch Pieces, Wine Corks, Discarded Jewelry). 24x16x6in 60x40x15cm © Roberta Masciarelli
Perfecto - the Magnum Opus, 2013 Mixed Media Created From Found Object Plus Hardware Assemblage & Acrylic On Canvas 16x16.5x42in 40.5x42x10cm © Roberta Masciarelli
House of Rising Sun, 2013 Mixed Media: Hardware Assemblage & Acrylics On Canvas, Created 60% Of Found Objects Ikea Bamboo Soap Plate, Watch Bracelets And An Old Wooden Frame 25x16x2in 63x40x5cm © Roberta Masciarelli
Quick Facts
Lives in
Dallas, TX
Works in
Mackenzie University - Architecture, bachelor
Representing galleries
Luminarté Gallery - Dallas, TX
gallery, non-profit, collective, figurative, sculpture, mixed-media, modern, photography, design

Roberta Masciarelli has been a graphic designer/visual artist for about 25 years.

Her early career started in Sao Paulo, Brazil - where she is from originally. 
There she worked for many advertising agencies and book publishers 
in addition to various free lance projects.

After relocating to Dallas in 1999, for about 10 years she continued her design career 
working assignments in North Texas, doing graphic and web design for several companies.

Her art are assemblages created from found objects mixed with paintings.

She says:

My art is about spaces that I sense,
places that I like to travel to in my imagination.

These spaces stay hovering in my mind until 
they take shape, piece by piece. 
They have to become real. 

Sometimes it take days, and sometimes months -- it doesn't matter. 

What matters is my task to make them concrete and to be shared with the viewer - 
other eyes and minds which will bring different interpretations. 
After all, it is always in the eyes of the beholder.

Her art has been exhibited in art events within the US in Dallas, Washington DC and New York.

Internationally, she has exhibited in collective shows in England, Holland, Denmark, 
Portugal, Spain,Turkey, South Africa, New Zealand and Bosnia, Japan & Italy.

She has a bachelor's degree in Architecture, from Mackenzie University, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 







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