Nicole Rose Gelormino
Nicole Rose Gelormino is a teaching artist and painter.
A SF Bay Area native, Gelormino has maintained a studio practice alongside her career in teaching art and leading professional development in arts education for over a decade.
In her studio practice, Gelormino is committed to the continued exploration of the nuances of personal memory, the body and internalized cultural paradigms. She employs the paint and painting methods in the process of reflection and discovery within the pscyho-visceral landscape.
Gelormino holds a Single Subject Teaching Credential in Visual Art and recently served on the advisory panel to the California Department of Credentialing. She worked for a few years on the Teachers Advisory Group to the SF Museum of Modern Art, writing curriculum for their collection and special exhibitions. She has also worked in arts administration in schools and other non-profit and public agencies. Some additional settings she has taught in include: professional development for teachers in schools and museums, youth and families before and after school and at special events, summer arts programs run by the city of San Francisco. At Gateway High School, Gelormino also served as the Arts Department Coordinator and Teaching Coach for other teaching artists.
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Artist Style: Arts Administration; Visual: Abstract, Collage, Conceptual, Contemporary, Expressionistic, Figurative, Land/Cityscape, Nature/Wildlife, Portraiture, Public Art, Representational, Social Commentary, Still Life, Surrealistic, Symbolic
Artist Medium: Visual Arts: Clay, Collage, Drawing Media, Oil, Printmaking, Watercolor