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Joseph De Angelis  Rinterzo. Courtesy of www.cartunesonparade.org
 
Joseph De Angelis-Rinterzo. Courtesy of www.cartunesonparade.org
 
Kelsey Hayes Mandella by Joseph De Angelis. Courtesy of www. countyofessex.on.ca
 
Kelsey Hayes Mandella by Joseph De Angelis. Courtesy of www. countyofessex.on.ca
  Joseph DeAngelis was born in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1938, and became a landed immigrant in Canada in 1969. Since that time, he has been a lecturer and professor in the School of Visual Arts at the University of Windsor. DeAngelis studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, and earned his Master of Fine Arts Degree from Syracuse University. In 1976, he was selected to participate in Spectrum Canada, as part of the Canadian art exhibition for the Montreal Olympic Games. In 1977, he was one of five sculptors selected to represent Canada in the Pan American Wood Sculpture Symposium, in Vancouver, British Columbia. He has been awarded numerous public and private commissions. Locally, his work can be seen at the Ontario Provincial Government Building, Windsor Public Library, The Essex County Civic Centre, The University of Windsor, and The Child's Place. His work is included in many public, and private collections. He has exhibited in numerous local exhibitions, in addition to shows in Toronto, Detroit, New York, Germany, Italy, and Spain. (Courtesy of www. citywindsor.ca) CIPBA was proud to honour one of the Windsor’s finest artists
with the award of Professional of the Year 2005. His talented works of art are found in many prestigious galleries such as AGW, Syracuse University of New York, Toronto Sculpture Garden, Changchun, China, Florence, Italy, and numerous other institutions and locations worldwide. He was the recipient of The Mayor’s Award in 2001 for Excellence in Art.
 
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