Annamarie Trombetta is an artist who has created works in printmaking, watercolor, oil and pastel and is known for working “en Plein Air”. She attended numerous schools such as Parsons School of Design, The New York Academy of Art, The National Academy of Art, The Art Students League ,The W.B. Yeats School in Ireland and The Ercole Alber DeFois in Vihers France . Her one woman solo exhibitions include Richmondtown Historic Museum, The Staten Island Museum, The Garibali-Meucci Museum The Union League Club, The Italian American Museum and Wagner College Art Gallery. She has exhibited extensively in many Museum Group exhibitions such as The Godwin-Ternbach Museum, The Arnot Museum, The Ormond Museum,The Fort Wayne Museum of Art , The National Museum of Sports and the Packwood Museum.
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Annamarie Trombetta is also the recipient of several awards, fellowships and grants which include being 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 Artist’ Fellowship ,The Stephen Sprouse Award, The Valerie Delacorte Award and numerous others.
Her biography is listed in Who’s Who in American Art. Who’s Who inAmerican Women, The World’s Who’s Who of Women. Ms. Trombetta has received an Artist’s Profile write up in several publications which include Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, The Pastel-A-Gram, The Art Times The Staten Island Advance Newspaper, The Italian Tribune and numerous others. Annamarie Trombetta was born in Brooklyn, New York and works and lives in Manhattan.