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Elizabeth D’Angelo  Atlanta, GA

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'She wrapped her heart in truth'
'I am the present'

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Elizabeth D’Angelo was born in Denver, Colorado. She received a BFA in electronic intermedia and art history at University of Florida in 2002 before moving to Atlanta, Georgia.

Her paintings investigate the human search for a balance, health and wellness. Likewise, she runs workshops for adults and children at a local arts center.

D’Angelo has received grants from Fulton County Arts Council and Hambidge Center for Creative Arts, among others. In 2007 won a Coordinator’s Choice Award at the Candler Park Fall Festival.

Her work has been exhibited many times in Georgia.


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Aisha

08.20.2011 @ 9:59 AM

good nice ;)

Panchira

07.07.2011 @ 8:56 PM

Elizabeth D'Angelo has depicted a dynamic dialectic between the personal and the edible. She challenged the viewer to see the ordinary in a different way, while simultaneously mirroring the pathos of the models. She is a fine artist.

Mic

07.07.2011 @ 8:47 PM

I like the inclusion of line.

37448317

07.07.2011 @ 7:38 PM

so pristine

Darlene

07.07.2011 @ 6:30 PM

First photo arms are not developed properely. Look like stubs just put there. Second one better, but I don't know what it's meant to convey. Still needs developing of definision.

Hailahh

07.07.2011 @ 6:17 PM

the artichoke one speaks to me for some reason, and its juxtaposition to the armpit got my attention. I like artichokes. The caption made me like it a bit less, would rather have just the picture.

K michael fly

07.07.2011 @ 6:03 PM

She wrapped her heart in truth- i find the pose sensual and uniquely feminine, holding the artichoke as if it's the apple from adam and eve. Tempting me with it. I'll take the bite; after boiling it for 45 min and striping away each petal one at a time dipping it in sauce and finally getting to the heart of things. LOL
I am the present-Michelangelo's David first comes to mind. The perfect male. A cantalope does smell good, it's a fruit I would not necessarily pose anybody with. But he does seem content with it. They can be so good when ripe.
And finally for the critics who like a short, shallow response. I think they are really good!!!!!!!!!

Gail

07.07.2011 @ 2:43 PM

Usually representational art doesn't speak to me ,but this painting has much to say,the design is also very good. D'Angelo seems to know where she is going.

Cathy jo

07.07.2011 @ 2:13 PM

I have several of Elizabeth D'Angelo's paintings in my home and I'm dazzled and inspired by them daily. You can't tell from the photos here, but she carves into the wood that she paints on and it gives them a subtlety and three demensionality that is truly unique.

Dara

07.07.2011 @ 2:02 PM

D'Angelo is very talented.i wish i can draw like that!!!i wonder what insipered D'Angelo to do what she does now?

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