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Regina Valluzzi

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We're planning a move to Milwaukee from the East Coast. It looks like an exciting city.

Regina Valluzzi was educated as a Materials Scientist and spent several decades as a leading researcher in Biomaterials and Nanotechnology. Even during her misspent youth at MIT, she'd tried to combine Science and the Visual Arts. In recent years she has begun to focus on Visual Art, but she brings her experiences as a scientist, engineer, and researcher into her work as an artist. She has BS degrees in Materials Science and Humanities from MIT, a PhD in Polymer Science from UMass Amherst, and more than 30 peer reviewed scientific publications. She has exhibited as an artist in a number of National and International shows.

Recent Exhibition highlights:
2010 Solo show at the Jam N' Java coffeehouse, Arlington, MA
2010 Woodshed group show, Woodshed gallery, Franklin, MA (juried, local)
2011 Identity Group Show, Brighton Allston Heritage Museum, curated by John Quatrale
2011 Images of Arlington, Arlington Center for the Arts, community art show
2011 Appearances Group Show, Provincetown Green Arts Festival, curated by Dorothy Palanza
2011 Still Point 3 Online art show and competition, Still Point Gallery online (juried, international)
2011 Melrose Arts Festival, Memorial Hall in Melrose Massachusetts. (juried, regional)
2011 Abstract Artists Group of New England Annual Show, Newburyport, MA
2011 9x12 International group show, Ferencvarosi Gallery, Budapest Hungary, curated by Beata Szechny (juried international)
2011 “Red” show sponsored by the City of Somerville (juried, local)
2011 “Artbeat” festival, Somerville, MA (juried, regional)
2011 Winners Show, “Paperworks Competition”, bj spoke gallery, Huntington NY (juried, international)
2011 “Rising Above” Invitational group show at the West Side Arts Coalition, commemorating 9/11, NYC, NY, curated by Carson Grant
2011 Next Big Idea Science and Arts festival, Los Alamos, NM (juried, international), Honorable Mention Award
2011 “Artists in the Arboretum” Jamaica Plain, MA (juried, regional)
2011 Local Artists Project group show at the Blue Glass Cafe, Boston, MA
2011 “Driven to Abstraction”, Concord, NH
2011 “Early Winter Show”, the Gallery at 100 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH (juried, regional)
2011 Shows at The Work Bar and Seyfarth Shaw Law Offices in Boston
2011 Members' Show, Attleboro Arts museum, Attleboro, MA - juror's choice award
2011 “Regeneration”, regional juried show, Arlington, MA
2012 Bridges Mathematical Art exhibit at the Joint Mathematics Meeting, Boston, MA (juried, international)
2012 WGBH Winter Art Auction (juried)
2012 Solo Show, Curated by John Quatrale, Athan's Bakery, Brighton, MA
2012 Beacon Hill Art Walk, Boston, MA
2012 Group Show at the 13 Park B&B Gallery, South End, Boston
2012 Los Alamos SMART Science and Art Contest and online show
2012 Solo Show at Crema in Harvard Square, Cambridge
2012 Solo Show at Mullen, Boston
2012 "With the Other Eye", Portsmouth NH
2012 "Glitz" National Group show, Annmarie Sculpture Garden, Solomons, MD

Portfolios and covers of magazines:
Art portfolio feature and cover in Palooka Magazine, Issue #4
Art portfolio online feature, Print edition cover art and section cover art for Prick of the Spindle Magazine vol 5.4
“Transition to Chaos” featured as cover art for “Communitas: Being alive in a crazy busy world”
“Green Function” featured in “Focus” the news magazine of the Mathematical Association of America
Catalogs: WGBH Spring Art Auction, 2012; Joint Mathemematics Meetings Exhibition of Mathematical Art, 2012, Still Point 2 Online exhibition catalog

Press and other Magazine features
Featured in a review of the Paperworks show on
Featured in a review of “Artists in the Arboretum” in Jamaica Plain Patch
Images featured in Oddball Magazine, The Quotable, and Diagram magazine
Interviewed on Cambridge Cable Television.
Drawing "Gaia" Featured in Pink Panther Online Magazine
Online – 6 works featured on the Redbubble Homepage, 1 work featured on the Fine Art America home page., Featured on the Women Artists page of the AROHO foundation, featured in “Artist Quirk” blog

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