Jacqueline Lorieo

Positivo-Negativo del Corpo - 13"x8"x3 Marble McCarthy Plaque 12" diameter Bonded bronzeHide and Seek 16"x12"x9" Bronze Ages of Man 11"x11"x10" Bronze Torso Unfolding 11"x8"x5" Bronze The Founders Award 7”x5”x3” Bronze The Challenger 16"x18"x9" Bronze

Jacqueline Lorieo was born in Elmira, New York. A former resident of Larchmont, she is currently living in Yonkers with her husband. Lorieo is a sculptor, medallist and an occupational therapist. She has exhibited in numerous shows in The United States and abroad including The War Museum in Canada, The Hungarian National Museum, The Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Netherlands, The Neuchatel Museum of Art and History in Switzerland and The Museum of Medallic Art in Poland. She has work in prestigious public and private collections including The British Museum, The American Numismatic Society, St. Lukes-Roosevelt Medical Center, Helen Hayes Hospital, Gaylord Hospital and The Austin Center.

My medical background influences the form and themes of my art. The work is beautiful, feminine, nurturing and powerful. I have incorporated the universal themes of humanity and science into the bronzes, my large wooden torsos, and small handheld medals. I feel each piece provides a small window to my soul for the viewer.

JACQUELINE S. LORIEO, OTR, sculptor, medallist
101 Windsor Terrace, Yonkers, NY 10701 w (914) 375-6410

1972 M.A. Occupational Therapy, New York University, New York, New York
1969 B.A. Social Work, Defiance College, Defiance, Ohio

Medallic: American Medallic Sculpture Association workshop, Connecticut; Trout Run Medallic
Workshop, Pennsylvania; American Numismatic Association Summer Conference with
Virginia Janssen, Colorado; Glass Engraving Workshop with Jiri Harcuba, Corning Glass
Studio, New York; various jewelry-making workshops

Sculpture: Art Life Studio Marble Workshop, Carrara, Italy (2001, 2005); Martine Vaugel
Portraiture and Figure Modelling Workshop, Loire Valley, France (1990). The following all in
New York: Figure Modelling, Greg Wyatt, and Relief, Michael Keropian, Greg Wyatt
Studio, Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine; Drawing & Bronze Casting, Purchase
College; Figure Modelling, Vaugel Studio; Figure Modelling and Carving, Art Life Studio

National Association of Women Artists Hudson Valley Art Association
American Medallic Sculpture Association National Sculpture Society (associate)
Mamaroneck Artist Guild National League of American Pen Women

British Museum, Department of Coins and Medals, London, United Kingdom
American Numismatic Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado
American Numismatic Society, New York, New York
Gaylord Hospital, Farmington, Connecticut
Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, New York

Olympic Village, Olympiad XXVI, Atlanta, Georgia – 1996

Westchester Arts Council Arts Alive community grant – 2002
Gilroy Roberts Foundation Scholarship – 1997, 1998

Medallic Art Society of Canada, AMSA Show, Forest Lawn Museum, CA
Canadian War Museum, Ottawa Focus on the Figure, Hopper House, NY
Canadian Sculpture Centre, Toronto Nordic Heritage Museum, WA
Art Medal World Congress (FIDEM) Medialia, Rack & Hamper Gallery, NY
Mundet Museum, Seixal, Portugal National Ornamental Metal Museum, TN
Museum of Medallic Art of Wroclaw, American Numismatic Society, NY
Poland/Pennsylvania State Univ. Canon House Rotunda, Washington, DC
Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, Newark Museum, NJ
The Netherlands Lehman College, NY
Neuchatel Museum of Art and History, Franklin Mint Museum, PA
Switzerland National Sculpture Society (multiple)
Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, American Numismatic Assn. Money Museum, CO
Hungary Iona College, NY
National Association of Women Artists Annual

Mamaroneck Artists Guild, Mamaroneck, New York, 2005, 1999, 1991
St. Luke’s Medical Library, New York, New York, 2000
Westchester Community College Fine Arts Gallery, Valhalla, New York, 1993
Mari Gallery, Mamaroneck, New York, 1988