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Meet Artist Mia Tarducci

Originally from Newport Rhode Island, visual artist Mia Tarducci moved to Pittsburgh in her early 20s where she continues to live and work. She is known for working on a massive scale (In 2018 the industrial building that houses her studio allowed her to cut a hole in the exterior wall to move a painting to its destination) utilizing a color-driven abstract expressionist style, minimalist abstractions, and concept-driven works. She has exhibited throughout the US and most recently was highlighted in an open air exhibition along the Thames in London. She is in private and corporate collections throughout the world with notable clients including an NFL owner, PNC bank, Children’s MuseumLab and Superior Motors (named by Time Magazine as one of the top 100 most interesting places in the world) to name a few. Currently she is working toward a solo exhibition in Palm Beach and Pittsburgh and has a massive project in the works for a major retailer in NYC. She can also be seen in Blick Artist Materials campaign for their Utrecht oil colors.

Originally from Newport Rhode Island, visual artist Mia Tarducci moved to Pittsburgh in her early 20s where she continues to live and work. She is known for working on a massive scale (In 2018 the industrial building that houses her studio allowed her to cut a hole in the exterior wall to move a painting to its destination) utilizing a color-driven abstract expressionist style, minimalist abstractions, and concept-driven works. She has exhibited throughout the US and most recently was highlighted in an open air exhibition along the Thames in London. She is in private and corporate collections throughout the world with notable clients including an NFL owner, PNC bank, Children’s MuseumLab and Superior Motors (named by Time Magazine as one of the top 100 most interesting places in the world) to name a few. Currently she is working toward a solo exhibition in Palm Beach and Pittsburgh and has a massive project in the works for a major retailer in NYC. She can also be seen in Blick Artist Materials campaign for their Utrecht oil colors.