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Annamarie Trombetta Celebrated for Artistic Excellence

In 2017 Ms. Trombetta exhibited at The National Academy Museum in the Creative Mischief Exhibition and at The Italian American Museum Group Show featuring Italian Women Artists

Ms. Trombetta teaches privately and gives Workshops with Tuscany in the Frame in Italy.

    NEW YORK, NY, February 21, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Annamarie Trombetta has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.

Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1963 artist Annamarie Trombetta works and lives in Manhattan. Ms. Trombetta began her artistic education after she recovered from cancer when she was a teenager. Ms. Trombetta credits the recovery with her discovery of her artistic self.

Annamarie Trombetta attended numerous schools such as Parsons School of Design, The New York Academy of Art, The National Academy School of Fine Art, The Art Students League, The William Butler Yeats Summer School in Ireland and The Ercole Alber DeFois in Vihers, France. Ms. Trombetta is known for painting "en Plein Air" and has done so in various locations in New York City, Aspen, Colorado, and has focused on the cultural treasures in Staten Island, New York.

She has traveled abroad and captured locations via her art which include Ireland, India, Italy, and Brazil. Her one woman solo exhibitions include Richmondtown Historic Museum, 2001, The Garibali-Meucci Museum, 2002, The Dana Discovery Center in Central Park celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Creation of Central Park and Wagner College Art Gallery in 2003. In 2004 she had a solo exhibit at The Staten Island Museum. Ms. Trombetta won the Junefest Exhibition Stipend Award in 2005 and had a solo show at Chase Bank in Staten Island, New York. In 2003 Ms. Trombetta sustained serious injuries from the Staten Island Ferry Crash. A period of intense physical therapy, surgery, personal determination, faith and a belief in a higher spiritual purpose reinvigorated her artistic pursuits. In 2015 Ms. Trombetta had a scholarship solo exhibit at The Union League Gallery on Park Avenue, New York. Also in 2015 she had a solo exhibit at The Italian American Museum in New York City. Annamarie Trombetta has exhibited extensively in many Museum Group exhibitions such as The Godwin-Ternbach Museum 2001 , The Arnot Museum, 2003, The Ormond Museum, 2004, Packwood Museum, 2006, The Fort Wayne Museum of Art Biennial: Contemporary Realism, 2008, 2010 and 2012, The Catherine Lorrillard Wolfe Women's Art Club at The National Arts Club Gallery in 2012 and The National Museum of Sports in 2013. In 2017 Ms. Trombetta exhibited at The National Academy Museum in the Creative Mischief Exhibition and at The Italian American Museum Group Show featuring Italian Women Artists. Artist Annamarie Trombetta has been the recipient of several awards, fellowships and grants which include a four time recipient of The Council of Arts and Humanities of Staten Island Grant for En Plein Air Painting, the Pollack-Krasner Award, The Richmond County Savings Grant, The Gottlieb Foundation Grant, The Artists' Fellowship, The Stephen Sprouse Award, The Valerie Delacorte Award, The Haven Foundation, Traveling Scholarship to Italy, 2014 via the National Academy School and has garnered other numerous awards and commissions for her art.

Her biography was selected for the 2018 Marquis' Lifetime Achievement Award. Ms. Trombetta's biography is listed in Who's Who in American Art, Who's Who in American Women, The World's Who's Who of Women, Who's Who in the 21st Century-1st Edition, 2000 Outstanding Artists & Designers of the 20th Century. She has received an Artist's Profile write up in several publications which include Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, NYU Washington Square News Artist Profile, The Pastel-A-Gram, The Art Times, The Staten Island Advance Newspapers 2003 and 2015, The Italian Tribune in 2002 and 2015, Outdoor Painter Magazine 2015 and The Florentine Magazine in Italy in 2017 and numerous others.

Ms. Trombetta has written articles such as "The Future of Figurative Art" for the Art Times and last year wrote for The Florentine Magazine in Florence, Italy. Lastly, she has been featured on Staten Island Cable Television in 2000- 2002 and on Manhattan Cable Television in 2000, 2002, 2003-2004, 2011 and 2014. She is a member of The National Organization of Italian American Women, The Society of Graphic Artists, The Pastel Society, The Audubon Artists, etc.

Ms. Trombetta teaches privately and gives Workshops with Tuscany in the Frame in Italy.

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