Born and raised in Northern Vermont, Mariella Bisson earned a BFA in Drawing from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY in 1978. Her work has won many awards including three years of support from the Pollock Krasner Foundation (1990 and 2014/15) and a 2013 NYFA (New York Foundation for the Arts) Fellowship in Painting. Her paintings deal with universal themes of rock and water, form and time. Her works are in museum and private collections in America and Europe. She draws and paints on site as a means of gather visual information and cherishing the actual experience of place. Her travels have included more than 25 residencies. Among them are Byrdcliife, Ragdale, The Hambidge Center, The Banff Centre, The Vermont Studio Center, and The Santa Fe Art Institute. Her paintings can be found in corporate collections including that of the Richemont Corporation, Philip Morris, Pfizer, White & Case LLP, Perkins & Cooie LLP, Wedge Capital Management and many others. Her paintings are in several hospital collections including Memorial Sloan Kettering, The Mayo Clinic, The North Georgia Health Service and Fletcher Allen Hospital. Her work in handled by a national network of galleries and art consultants. Her studio is in Woodstock, NY.e.
New York, NY USA