Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester Presents "The New World" New Work By Leonard Urso
June 30, 2005 Rochester, NY- The Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester's gallery
presents "The New World", an exhibit of all-new work by Leonard Urso
through July 14.
Leonard Urso was born in 1953 and grew up in Rome, New York.
pursuit of art began when he
was a young man and eventually led him to study at the State University of New Paltz
After graduating with a MFA Degree, Leonard began his professional career as a designer and silversmith for Oneida Ltd.
holds an endowed chair as the Ann Mowris Mulligan Distinguished Professor.
The Leonard Urso art studio is located in Rochester.
is actively involved in creating large and small scale sculptures, paintings, as well as silver and jewelry art forms.
"The Arts & Cultural Council is delighted to feature these never before seen works by Leonard Urso," said Sarah Lentini, Arts & Cultural Council President and CEO.