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J. Peeler Howell Fine Art presents Artist Talk with Brenda Ciardiello

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Photo courtesy of Brenda Ciardiello

Brenda Ciardiello won Artly International's first Artist Open Call, and since then J. Peeler Howell Fine Art has been showing several of her pieces, both works on Yupo paper as well as ceramic sculptures. Now having completed her MFA degree from Leslie University, J. Peeler Howell Fine Art will present Ciardiello for an artist talk to discuss her art career journey so far and what she has planned for post-graduate life.

Ciardiello was born in Mexico City and later raised in Texas. She has lived and studied around the world including the Middle East, the U.K., New York City, Italy, and the Rocky Mountains. Capturing original sources for her work, Brenda's art practice is consumed by natural elements. Her work focuses on her journey through the world, applying layers and layers of material to discuss her feelings and experiences of being uprooted, displaced, and transplanted. She describes the source of her subject matter as "a landscape that lives inside my mind, and where there exists a harmonious hybridization and reconciliation of my past, present and future."

Brenda Ciardiello won Artly International's first Artist Open Call, and since then J. Peeler Howell Fine Art has been showing several of her pieces, both works on Yupo paper as well as ceramic sculptures. Now having completed her MFA degree from Leslie University, J. Peeler Howell Fine Art will present Ciardiello for an artist talk to discuss her art career journey so far and what she has planned for post-graduate life.

Ciardiello was born in Mexico City and later raised in Texas. She has lived and studied around the world including the Middle East, the U.K., New York City, Italy, and the Rocky Mountains. Capturing original sources for her work, Brenda's art practice is consumed by natural elements. Her work focuses on her journey through the world, applying layers and layers of material to discuss her feelings and experiences of being uprooted, displaced, and transplanted. She describes the source of her subject matter as "a landscape that lives inside my mind, and where there exists a harmonious hybridization and reconciliation of my past, present and future."

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J. Peeler Howell Fine Art
3521 Locke Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107, USA
https://jphfineart.com/

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