Rossella Pellegrino Pulit earned her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in art education from Southern Connecticut State University and has been a visual arts educator for twenty-two years. Aside from her teaching, Ms. Pulit has also been exhibiting her art for the past several years in local group shows of Artsplace and the Cheshire Arts League of Cheshire, the Creative Arts Workshop, Hilles Gallery in New Haven and the Electronic Exhibitions for the C.A.E.A. Her first solo show was held in November, 2007. Her past and current works may be viewed in a solo exhibit at the Madison Art Cinema's, Art Gallery in Madison, Connecticut from August, 31st through October 2, 2009.
Ms. Pulit is a newly joined member of both the Ward-Nasse Gallery, of New York City and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) of Cape Cod. She has been a long time member of the Cheshire Arts League, and both the Connecticut and the National Art Education Associations.
Although the early works focused on fine craft; today, her works are in a variety of drawing and painting media. The subjects of her work are landscape, still life and figurative. Ms. Pulit works in a variety of graphite, pastel but her main bodies of work tend to be executed in oil stick. Her most recent works are in oil stick and are a series of scenes in Central Park, NYC. Pieces #2 and #3 are from her first series: Epiphyllum. Pieces numbered 4, 5 and 6 are from her current series: Central Park, which is not yet completed.