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Natalie Marie Marino, American artist. Volunteer consultant New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, 1989; trustee television 36, Communities on Cable, Summit, 1989; judge for senior citizen art shows, Newark, 1989. Fellow Artists Equity, Women's Caucus for Art, Riker Hill Art Park (executive committee); member New Jersey Center Visual Art (award 1979).

Background

Marino, Natalie Marie was born on July 4, 1954 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of John T. and Stefana (Sarullo) Marino.

Education

Bachelor, New York University, 1969. Postgraduate, New School, New York City, 1972. Certified, New Jersey Center Visual Arts, 1977.

Career

Teacher mural projects to at-risk populations, Paterson, 2004—2005, 2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Exxon Corporation, Linden, New Jersey, 1985, Florence Gallery, Dallas, 1985, Rosalyn Sailors, Philadelphia, 1993, ART Insights, New York, Marino Galleries, Millburn, New Jersey, 1994, 96, Young Men’s Christian Association Patterson, New Jersey, 2004. Exhibited in group shows at New Jersey State Museum, 1979, Bergen Community Museum, Paramus, New Jersey, 1980, National Art Club, New York City, 1981, Lincoln Center, New York City, 1983, Cork Art Gallery, New York City, 1983, Philadelphia Port of History Museum, 1984, others. Represented in permanent collections including Rosalyn Sailor Gallery and Museum Fine Art, Margate, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Tom Weiner's Art Insights, New York City, Marino Galleries, Incorporated, Millburn, Ward St. Young Men’s Christian Association, Crown Roll Leaf.

      Editor, designer: Once Upon a Star, 2003. Illustrator (book) A Place in the Sky, Andrew's Dragon. Author: (screenplay) The Successor, 1989.

      Illustrator: Art Lovers Cookbook, 1975, Tee Ball, 2000, A Place in the Sky, 2003, Tappi and Her Shiny Black Tap Shoes, 2003, Andrews Dragon, 2004, Once Upon a Star, 2004, The Light in My Room, 2006, Butterflys Wings and Magical Things, 2006, They Say I Have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. I Say Life Sucks, 2006, The Lark and the Owl, 2006. Host cablecast series Art Forum.

      Producer, director video and television programs. Art producer World Evangelist Network.

Membership

Volunteer consultant New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, 1989. Trustee television 36, Communities on Cable, Summit, 1989. Judge for senior citizen art shows, Newark, 1989.

Fellow Artists Equity, Women's Caucus for Art, Riker Hill Art Park (executive committee). Member New Jersey Center Visual Art (award 1979).

Connections

Married Anthony Paul D'Alessio, August 28, 1972 (divorced 1998). 1 child, Stephanie Elsbeth. Married Brian James Blackmore, March 27, 1998.

Children: Jonathan Brian, Ronnie Marin, Stefana.

father:
John T. Marino

mother:
Stefana (Sarullo) Marino

spouses:
Anthony Paul D'Alessio

Brian James Blackmore

children:
Stephanie Elsbeth Marino

Jonathan Brian Marino

Ronnie Marin Marino

Stefana Marino