LORRAINE MILLER NUZZO is an abstract expressionist painter, photographer and graphic artist who has managed a number of IAAS projects in the capacity of Art Director. She served as Art Director of phati’tude Literary Magazine, Lorraine oversaw the magazine’s art direction, and was primarily responsible for creating graphics for the short stories that appeared in each issue. As Art Director and Curator for phatLiterature, A Literary TV Show, Lorraine was responsible for selecting visual artists and curating works that were displayed on phatLiterature’s set.
Lorraine holds a Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Art from SUNY, Empire State. While attending college and pursuing a career in Learning and Development, Lorraine pursued her love of art by attending classes at the Art League of Long Island for over 20 years. There she studied abstract painting with Stan Brodsky, Joseph Bucci, and Kevin Larkin. “I’m honored to have worked with such visionary painters. Each instructor has helped me take risks and grow as an artist.”
Lorraine’s work has been exhibited at:
b.j. spoke gallery, Huntington, NY
Foto Foto Gallery, Huntington, NY
Walt Whitman Birthplace Gallery, Huntington, NY
Artspace, Patchogue NY
Art League Long Island, Dix Hills, NY
Belfast Waterfront Hall, Ireland
Mills Pond House, St. James, NY
MIB Gallery/Café, Garden City, NY
Langston Hughes Community Library & Cultural Center, Corona, NY.
She is a former partner of “hotshots unlimited photography,” which held an exhibit of 100 Photographs at the Langston Hughes Library in 1985. Lorraine is currently the manager and a member artist of b.j. spoke gallery, a member-owned and run cooperative art gallery in Huntington, New York, where she will have a solo show in October 2015.