Sista Felicia’s “Gifts Of Gold” 10 lb Pasta Dress modeled by her daughter Amanda Mohan in the 2013 SeArts Wearable Fashion Show makes it onto the pages of The Salem Evening News!
Dress designed and handmade by Sista Felicia
Hair & Makeup by Sista Felicia
Today’s Gloucester Daily Times issue also highlights Sista’s “Gifts Of Gold” along with 4 wearable art creations made by Gloucester residents. Two created by Sage Floral Studio, made from fresh flowers, one Crafted with green soda cans by Donna Caseldon and one sailcloth Lobster Dress submitted by Daphane Papp, both from Annisquam!
Looking forward to this years SeArts Wearable Fashion Show. The 2015 Sista Felicia Wearable Art Dress is currently in the making.
Wednesday evening I received exciting news in an email from Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco, event chair of SeArts Wearable Art Runway Fashion Show held at Cruiseport Gloucester this past September.
Jacqueline Writes~ Felicia – you, pasta dress is the chosen runway piece in the Art New England
Magazine that just came out today! Congratulations Sista 🙂
To find the
magazine best call their office in Boston. Distribution is mostly to galleries
& museums 🙂
Hope you are well!!
Jacqueline, extended an invitation to this years SeArts Wearable Art Runway Fashion Show shortly after the release of my cookbook, “Gifts Of Gold In A Sicilian Kitchen With Sista Felicia, Harvest” this past August. Thrilled and honored to take part in this wonderful event I immediately excepted her invitation, and started designing 2 pieces for the show. The first piece to hit this years runway was made from recycled drink coasters, embellished with the GoodMorningGloucester.Com “My View of Life On The Dock” Homie logo.
The second wearable art piece made and featured in the lattest Art New England Magazine March/April issue was inspired by the Gifts Of Gold my grandparents gave on to me that sparked my passion for cooking and my passion for continuing to keep my Sicilian family traditions alive for future generations. The” Gifts Of Gold” flapper style dress was carefully hand swen together by my mother Pat Ciaramitaro and I, using fishing twin and 10 lbs. Metalic Gold Ziti Pasta. The dress was modeled by my daughter Amanda Mohan. Linehan’s Photography, photo, of Amanda painted in metallic gold from head to toe modeling the “Gifts of Gold Pasta Dress” is featured in their March/April 2014 issue on page 29.
During yesterday visit to Art New England Magazine headquarters in Boston, Rita and Judith were shocked to learn…( click see more for story & behind the scenes photos)