Marlene Caroselli only recently found art. Born in Baltimore, MD (USA), she has spent a lifetime teaching and writing (see Google and her website). Lately, though, she finds her avocation overpowering her vocation and experiments daily with various art media.Marlene Caroselli used the doctoral degree she earned at the University of Rochester to land her corporate teaching positions and to get her foot in the publishing door. After 60 books, though, she decided it was time to turn from head-pursuits to pursuits involving the heart and the hands. Art now consumes her heart, her hands and her head! Dr. Caroselli donates most of her pieces for local charity fundraisers. She prefers the mixed media format because of the experimentation possibilities it affords. Her paper sculptures have earned several ribbons in various juried shows. Having inherited piles of fabric, lace, and junque from her seamstress mother, she enjoys and employs found art in her work. She was chosen, along with 99 other artists, to decorate the White House for the 2011 holiday season.
Artists History Greece Town Hall (juried: best-in-class blue ribbon for mixed media) ArtWalk (donated four, all sold) H&R Block Mommies for Miracles Second Annual fundraiser for children with cancer (donated three: all sold) Legacy House RPO Symphony House (donated paper sculpture, which sold) Center at High Falls Art Gallery ("Mystery" and "Food" exhibits ) Barnes and Noble, Pittsford (juried: three entries, three ribbons: 2nd, 3rd, Honorable Mention) Coffee Cabana, Spencerport Make Waves American Red Cross, Fire and Ice auction (donate five, all sold) Alzheimer Association (donated twelve, all sold) Sojourner House fundraiser (donated two, both sold) Simply Natchez (Mississippi) Gift Shop La Tea Da Gift Shop Rochester Contemporary Finalist in Calligraphy Connections School of the Holy Childhood (donated six pieces for fundraiser; three sold) LifeSpan Artful Aging Auction (donated two "Autumns Amber" sold) Greece Towne Hall (Honorable mention for mixed media) Cover of Mohawk Valley ,
Future Shows: High Falls Gallery, Rochester, NY Rochester Contemporary Art Gallery