MET Copyist Program
Admitted into the MET Copyist Program you can find me at the MET Museum every Wednesday from 12 - 4 March through April 10, 2019 in the American Wing top balcony.
"Magnolia Vase" Tiffany & Co. 1893 World's Columbian Exposition
Penizzotto in "Best of the Boros!"
6th Annual Show of Important, Underrepresented Artists in NYC
Closing Exhibition Celebration: Denise Bibro Fine Arts Gallery
Denise Bibro Fine Art Gallery
529 West 20th Street 4W
Art from the Five Boros VI Closing Celebration
February 7, 2019
Denise Bibro Gallery "Art from the Boros VI"
Pleased to announce my participation in:
Art From the Boros VI
Denise Bibro Fine Art, Chelsea, NYC is pleased to announce,
Art From the Boros VI, on view December 20, 2018 - February 2, 2019. The exhibition opens December 20, 2018, from 5:30 - 8:30pm.
From numerous submissions and studio visits, diverse artists were selected to participate in this group show highlighting talent from New York City's five boroughs.
Art From the Boros VI exemplifies the eclectic artistic community of New York City, showing a variety of genres and mediums. The exhibition seeks to find the pulse of talent in the city that is often overlooked and underexposed.
Featuring Artists: Cecilia André, Hector Andujar, Margery Appelbaum, Claudia Doring Baez, Beth Bailis, Fran Beallor, Kenneth Burris, Ai Campbell, Elizabeth Myers Castonguay, Carol Chave, Elaine Clayman, Bob Clyatt, Janet Cook, Stephen Cox, Jennifer Croson, Sarah Dineen, Vita Eruhimovitz, Laura Fantini, Michael Filan, Sharon Florin, Eileen Hoffman, Iliyan Ivanov, Sandrine Kern, Barbara Korman, Kendrick Mar, Stephanie Marcus, Kathleen Migliore-Newton, Harvey Milman, Maria Morabito, Cynthia O'Connor, Vittorio Ottaviani, Alfred Nadel, Zahra Nazari, Douglas Newton, Denise Penizzotto, Michael Poast, Ben Ponte, Aleksandar Popovic, Gail Postal, Chelsea Ramirez, Toni Ann Serratelli, Sasha Silverstein, Sheila Smith, Geoffrey Stein, Jeff Sundheim, Paul Antonio Szabo, Carlos Torres-Machado, Joyce Ellen Weinstein, Lucy Wilner, and Steve Zolin.
NYC "not to miss" by Artnet "Dec. 7 Endless Editions"
Endless Editions with Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
Endless Editions with Elizabeth Street Foundation have compiled their 2018 publication Optimism Artist Catalogue including a painting by Denise Penizzotto "All of the Above"
Arnold Belkin Mural Re-creation
“Against Domestic Colonialsim” by late artist Arnold Belkin, painted in NYC 1973 in the community park of Mathews-Palmer Playground, Hells Kitchen NYC.
This historical mural, as you can see by the picture taken summer 2018, is in a state of disrepair. Denise Gieseke-Penizzotto will lead a team of muralist to repaint as soon as the wall repair can take place.
We are in a holding pattern until the NYC Parks and Rec Department, Department of Buildings and other NYC city officials can make a clear determination of who is the responsible party to repair the wall surface. This situation has been in a holding pattern for a number of years now and, true to the message of the mural, “We the people demand control of our communities”. We are in fear of losing the oldest extant mural in the United States due to the delay of the parties involved. This is the only remaining mural of Arnold Belkin, student of the “Three Mexican Muralists” Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Jose’ Clemente Orozco.
We the People, with the generous support of Golden Paints (who has donated all the paint for this 60’ h x 65’ wide mural) and the efforts of our community and grassroots folks, friends and family, are poised and ready to get on the wall and paint as soon as the NYC officials do the right thing!
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Exhibition: White Box/Agora Gallery August 28 - Sept 1, 2018
Group Exhibition hosted by Artsy.com and Bombay Sapphire
Emerging Artists Series 2018
Selected painting: "Me, Sargent and Mrs Carl Meyers with her Children"
August 26 - Sept 1, 2018 11-6
Opening evening August 28 6:30 - 9 p.m.
A Vulture's Feast
A Collection of Works by Denise Gieseke Penizzotto
Solo exhibition at
21 Greene Street
Exhibition summer - fall 2016