Marcelle Zanetti

Born in Massachusetts, educated at University of Massachusetts, and Southern Connecticut State University, Zanetti earned degrees in Painting and Art Education. Moving to Stuart, FL in 1981, Zanetti opened her first studio. In 1983 her first major painting exhibition was describes as a “Botanist Dream” by Kenneth Crawford of the Martin County News.
The next few years saw Zanetti’s paintings at the Florida State Capital in Tallahassee, The Society of the Four Arts, The South Florida Science Museum, Barbara Gillman Gallery in Miami, Gillman Baker Gallery in Boca Raton, The Boca Raton Museum of Fine Arts, Marcia Wood Gallery in Atlanta, and Backus Gallery in Ft. Pierce. Art Galleries from Key West to Washington D.C. and Sao Paulo, Brazil have represented Zanetti.
You can currently see Zanetti’s works at Miami International Airport Admirals Clubs, Concourse D and E, One World Clubs, as well as GRU International Airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Art in public places at the Government Offices in Palmetto Bay, Michael Murphy Gallery in Tampa and Chandler Gallery in Jupiter.

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