Washingtonville. Angelo Marcialis selected for Assemblyman Colin Schmitt’s Art Showcase Program

| 02 Aug 2021 | 02:36

Assemblyman Colin J. Schmitt has named Angelo Marcialis, a resident of Chester, as the next artist selected to showcase his work in the 99th Assembly District Art Showcase program.

Schmitt launched the program to highlight the many talented artists in the district and add an important aspect of cultural and community celebration to his district office in Washingtonville.

In just a few short years, Marcialis’ landscape photographs have been featured on various websites, social media platforms, magazines, travel guides, newspapers and newsletters. They have been used for raffle items at fund-raising functions and have been awarded in adjudicated exhibitions in the Tri-State Area as well.

Landscape photography is his primary focus, but as he continues his photographic journey, Marcialis has found great joy in shooting during the dark hours of nighttime and architectural structures as well. Marcialis, who retired from a rewarding and award-winning career both as a music educator and an accomplished jazz musician, has now turned his creative muse to photography.

The photographer thank the assemblyman for “this incredible honor.”

“As with all things,” Marcialis added, “art is meant to bring joy and wonder, my hope is for people from all around the world to visually see the beauty of our Hudson Valley.”

Any questions or to participate contact Taylor Weyeneth at 845-469-6929, email weyenetht@nyassembly.gov or visit the online submission form at: