Angela A. Puglisi was born in Italy. Her artistic career includes 24 years as Professorial Lecturer in Art at Georgetown University SCS, Washington, D.C. She also taught Art courses at Catholic University (CE program), and has provided special lectures at the Smithsonian Institution’s Associate Program in Washington, D.C.
Art Courses at the Corcoran College of Art, Washington D.C.
and at American University.
B.A. cum laude in Art, Dunbarton College.
Graduate degrees:MFA in painting & fine arts; MA and Ph.D
Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
In her artistic training she has been exposed to abstraction, expressionism and neo-realism, which she has translated into her own style of structural simplification of form with spontaneity in technique.
Her paintings are located in private collections in the USA, Europe and Brazil).
Awards include a National Endowment of Humanities (Summer) and Grant: Art Scholar at Georgetown University, SCS, Washington, D.C. Also Selected as Art Lecturer in Tuscany and Lombardy, Italy