- Position: Adjunct Instructor
- Department: Art
- Office Location: Building 82, Room 269
- Campus: 850.474.2045
Dale Castellucci, adjunct instructor and sculpture lab supervisor, teaches painting, drawing, sculpture and design.
Castellucci is a classically trained artist whose large-scale figurative mixed media paintings, drawings and bronze sculptures are vehicles for exploring and mediating the world around her. Her practice utilizes various mediums – from paper to plaster to bronze – to reflect on the different layers of human experience and the nature of subjectivity.
In addition to painting and drawing, her processes include lost-wax bronze casting and mold making. She has worked in multiple foundries, as well as assisted in sculpture and foundry classes. In her studio art classes, she facilities a creative and transformative process with students by providing them the foundational skills they need to flourish as artists.
She recently exhibited a collection of her drawings and sculptures at The Art Gallery in 2015.
Degrees & Institutions:
She received a bachelor’s degree from UWF and a master’s degree from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, both in fine arts.
Sculpture, Drawing, and Painting
Keywords: large-scale figurative mixed media paintings, figurative bronze sculptures, drawing, painting, bronze casting, mold making