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Annamarie Trombetta

Annamarie Trombetta



Born in Brooklyn, New York, the Trombetta family moved to Staten Island when she was an adolescent. Artist Annamarie Trombetta presently works and lives in Manhattan. Ms. Trombetta began her artistic education in high school by attending St. Joseph by the Sea High School and The Brooklyn Museum School of Art. She attended numerous schools on scholarship including Parsons School of Design, The New York Academy of Art, The National Academy School of Fine Art, The Art Students League, William Butler Yeats Summer School in Ireland and The Ercole Alber DeFois in Vihers, France. Ms. Trombetta is known for painting “All Aperto” and has painted in various locations in the United States in New York City, Aspen Colorado and focused on the cultural treasures in Staten Island, New York.

Trombetta has traveled abroad and captured locations in her art which include Ireland, India, Italy, Brazil and Holland. Her one woman solo exhibitions include The Leiderkrantz Club in 1993, Richmondtown Historic Museum, 2001, The Garibali-Meucci Museum 2002. In 2003, she exhibited at Wagner College Gallery in Staten Island, New York and at The Dana Discovery Center in Central Park celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Creation of Central Park. In 2004, she had a solo exhibit at The Staten Island Museum entitled “Central to Staten Island. In 2005, Ms. Trombetta won the Junefest Exhibition Stipend Award and had a solo show at Chase Bank in Staten Island, New York. In 2014, she won a Traveling Scholarship to Italy via the National Academy School. In 2015, Ms. Trombetta had a scholarship solo exhibit at The Union League Gallery on Park Avenue, New York. Her second solo exhibit in 2015 was at The Italian American Museum in New York City. In 2016 and 2018, Ms. Trombetta had solo exhibitions at The Mana Contemporary Art Center at Jane St. Lifer Fine Arts . Trombetta is delighted to have her second solo exhibit featuring “all aperto” works created in Italy at the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum, 2024.

Annamarie Trombetta has exhibited 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 in 2008, 2010 and 2012, The Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Women’s Art Club at The National Arts Club Gallery in 2012, 2022 and The National Museum of Sports in 2013. In 2017, Ms. Trombetta exhibited at The National Academy Museum in the Creative Mischief Exhibit and The Italian American Museum Group Show featuring Italian Women Artists. She was included in the Ancestors Group Exhibition at The Museum of Friends in Colorado in 2018. Trombetta’s 2019 group exhibitions include Rinascimento Femminale (Italian American Women Artists) at the Plaxall Gallery LIC, NY, The John Noble Museum Group Art Auction and Exhibition, Breaking Ground : The New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden 20th Anniversary at Snug Harbor Cultural Center Staten Island N.Y. In 2020, Ms. Trombetta exhibited in the 33rd Juried Competition at the Alexandria Museum of Art and exhibited in the Museum of Friends Covid-19, 2020 art exhibition. In 2021, Trombetta exhibited in The Monmouth Museum of Art group exhibit and the Miami Art Fair at the Mandarin Oriental. In 2022, Trombetta was in the Juried Group Exhibit at The Idaherma Museum of Art Foundation, Inc. and the Juried Group Exhibit Realism Today at Pickens County Museum of Art in South Carolina, She was in The Society of Graphic Artists Group Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Gallery, and “Art in Miniature “at the Monmouth Museum of Art, 2022. In 2023, her work was

exhibited at the John Noble Museum Art Auction, the Monmouth Museum and was selected by a jury for the annual Catherine Lorillard Art Club Exhibition. She will be having her second solo exhibition at the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum in 2024.

Ms. Trombetta’s biography is listed in Who’s Who in American Art in 2016, Who’s Who in American Women in 1997 - 2006-2008 -2009- 2010-2011-2016~ , Who’s Who in the 21st Century-1st Edition, 2000 Outstanding Artists & Designers of the 20th Century, ~ The World’s Who’s Who of Women 14th Edition -1998-~Biographical Listing in The International 2000 Outstanding Artists and Designers of the 20th Century and in 1999, ~International Directory of Distinguished Leadership - 10th Edition in 2001. ~ Her Biographical Listing is in the “Biographical Encyclopedia of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers of the U.S.”in 2003- 2004. She was selected for the 2018 Marquis’ Lifetime Achievement Award. Her Biographical listing is in the 2019 Marquis Who’ Who in America 72nd Edition.

Artist Annamarie Trombetta has been 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 All Aperto Painting, the Pollack-Krasner Award, The Richmond County Savings Grant, The Gottlieb Foundation Grant, The Artist’ Fellowship Grant, The Stephen Sprouse Award, The Valerie Delacorte Award, The Haven Foundation Award.

She 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 Newspapers 2003 and 2015, The Italian Tribune in 2002 and 2015, New York Magazine by Wendy Goodman in 2011 for her Sing for Hope Tribute to September 11th Piano Community Project. She was featured in NYU Washington Square News and had an Artist Profile. In 2015 she received a photo featured article in Outdoor Painter Magazine 2015 on her solo exhibitions and her painting was written up and photo featured in “The Florentine Magazine in Italy in 2017.

Ms. Trombetta has written articles such as “The Future of Figurative Art” for the Art Times, 1999 and in 2017 wrote for The Florentine Magazine in Florence, Italy on the last exhibition at The National Academy Museum. Lastly, she has been featured on Staten Island Cable Television in 2002 and on Manhattan Cable Television in 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 and a member or the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club for Women.

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