Louisa Mastromarino is an abstract artist who uses intuitive strategies to create music, publications, and visual designs. She the author of the newly released Spifford Max and the Cycle Pups Go to Washington, D.C. children's book with additional Cycle Pups releases scheduled for 2020/2021.
As an emerging and progressive artist, Louisa explores various themes and styles. Her foundations include photography, pastels, and digital media. Each gallery exemplifies a rich theme such as beauty, transition, isolation, frailty and ethics.
Louisa has studied communication arts and has worked in the media solidifying her eye for visual design. She spent 12 years working in the communications field as an assistant editor for the prestigious Broadway Video in Manhattan. Louisa is also a certified counselor educator and a proponent of art and writing in the classroom setting. Louisa holds a BA in Communications, a Master's Degree in Counselor Education, and a post Master's Degree in Educational Supervision and Leadership.
Louisa is the creator of the Zen Project New Age music. Her most recent downloads, Inside the Crystal Caves and Amalfi, are available on Amazon and on ITUNES. Louisa is also featured in the publications Careers from the Kitchen Table by Raven Blair Davis, Making Marriage a Success by Jolah Donaldson, and My Amazing Journey with the Divine by Beverly Pokorski.
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