About the Artist
Thérèse L. Provenzano resides at her great-grandfather’s homestead in Aroostook County. She was born and raised on Long Island, New York and settled in Maine after studying the fine arts and working as a textile print designer. The artist is skilled in pastel, oil, charcoal, watercolor and installation. The Maine landscape and farm objects continue to inform her work.
Provenzano received Third Place by Juror, Roger Savage at the International Plein Air Festival in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia. Parrsboro Creative awarded her an artist residency. Down East Magazine published an Artist Profile of her in their July 2016 issue. Cynthia Hyde and Lois Dodd selected her as artist in residence at the Joseph Fiore Art Center. Her work was exhibited at In Dialogue With Nature. Bruce Brown selected her work for Art 2016, Annual Juried Show. The Acadian Archives at UMFK and Maine Farmland Trust exhibited her solo show, Buckwheat. Carl Little mentioned her work in Art New England, July/Aug 2015 issue. Her drawings traveled internationally in Acadie Mythique.
Provenzano earned an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, a BFA from the University of the Arts and a CFA from the National Academy of Design School of the Fine Arts.
Preferred Audiences: All
Disciplines: Visual Arts, Drawing, Painting, Installation
Thérèse L. ProvenzanoP.O. Box 24
Wallagrass ME 04781