Charlene Pulsonetti was born in New York, but left behind the bagels and the Big Apple for San Diego sunshine. After graduating with her BFA from The Art Institute of Boston, she participated as Artist In Residence at Petrified Forest National Park.
Charlene enjoys translating the beauty and emotional impact of the nature world through her artwork. Her stories and articles express the unique stories of indivuals, organizations, and business, with a focus on positivity.
You can see Charlene's artwork at 2Create Gallery in Ramona, California. Her work can be found in the collections of the Boston Public Library, Gila Cliff Dwellings National Park & Petrified Forest National Park.
Charlene is a staff writer for the Ramona Home Journal.
"My work represents the complex human relationship with the natural world. I am fascinated with exploring the southwest to find amazing geologic formations and archaeological sites. Through water based media, my goal is to connect the viewer with a new perspective of the world around them." - Charlene Pulsonetti
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