Angela Puglisi MFA, Ph.D, is an artist, art historian and educator
She's a native of Italy and resides in Vienna, Virginia
Her works are in private collections in the USA, Europe and Brazil.
The artist began her studies at the Corcoran College of Art with the color field painter, Leon Berkowitz.
She also studied painting and art history at Catholic University where she received her graduate degrees.
Dr Puglisi has taught the fine arts (pastel, drawing,watercolor and art history as a professorial lecturer, Art & Culture
at Georgetown University SCS (26 years).
She taught painting, drawing and art history at Catholic University (11 years) in the school of continuing studies.
In addition, the artist has lectured in the Smithsonian Associate's Program
and conducted special lectures at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, in conjunction with her courses.
The artist was chosen to lecture on the Art and Culture of Tuscany and on the Art and Culture of the Lombardy Region. She created a series of paintings from that sojourn. Selected works have been sold at Neiman Marcus (Galleria in McLean, VA). Her travels also produced a series of art works inspired by the places she visits and lectures, as well as the Mediterranean region, which is part of her heritage.
Color and linear movement of form are elements which are a constant source of inspiration and exploration in all her works.