Mary Jo Lombardo’s work reflects on a world where time, memory, and a bittersweet life view combine in flexible expressions. Her compelling, site-specific video installations, examples of which can be viewed here, have been screened in galleries as well as nontraditional indoor and outdoor settings. Lombardo has been featured in one person and group shows at NEST Arts Factory, City Lights Gallery, The Factory Underground, The Silvermine Guild, The Westport Arts Center, The Center for Contemporary Printmaking, The Lyman Center at Southern Connecticut State University, and Earthplace in Connecticut; A.I.R., Minor Injury, Fools Company, 7th & 2nd Galleries in New York City; and Union Studios and Wohlfarth Galleries in Washington DC among others. She is a teaching artist at Bard High School Early College Queens, NY Campus. Her work is held in many corporate and private collections.
Multimedia artist working in video installation, printmaking, painting, and collage.
Image: Ophelia, 2010. Housatonic Museum of Art, Flower Re-Power.