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Melba Gianelloni

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An impressionist, Melba Dukes Gianelloni is a full time professional artist. Studying and working in New Orleans for many years before moving to Central Florida, she has earned a Master's degree in Fine Arts. Some of her teachers were John Kamas, Ramon Calvert, James Stegg, Charles Marann, Basilo Poulis, Ted Goershner and others. Melba studied at Newcomb College, a subsiduary of Tulane University, Summer (crash) courses at Delgado, Loyola, and many private and small group classes.  Melba has earned many awards including a Best of Show at the Pirate's Alley Show in New Orleans in 1994 and another at The World Trade Center in New Orleans. She was a member of The New Orleans Art Association and showed at Garden Shows with New Orleans Whimsies. Melba owned her own Gallery (The Art Colony) on Chartres Street in Vieu Carre and also showed in The Old Quarter Gallery, a co-op gallery for several years.  She judged art shows for several years at Mississippi's Biloxi Coloseum together with the commercial artists from The Sun Herald. This artist is known for her astonishing use of color. Subject matter varies from Still Life, People, Landscapes, New Orleans Street Scenes, and others.  Her sizes range from 9x12 to four by eight feet and sizes in between, including murals.  She also renders beautiful copies of Old Masters for the Trade, mainly Interior Decorators. Van Gogh, Henry Degas, Picasso-like images and others. Commissions are welcomed. 



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