About The Artist…

Tessa D'Agostino

The dances we exhibit within our travels here on this Earth move faster than our perceptions in time.  It is important to acknowledge the steps between all levels of life, the spaces in between, and the ever changing growth between ourselves and everything surrounding us at all moments continued. We all wear a crown of infinite growth.  Here is mine…

Native to Cape Cod and graduate of the Museum School of Fine Arts Boston and Tufts University, I actively pursue a variety of art mediums as well as artistic outlets in the Cape Cod area. I enjoy navigating through the creative process by the use of unrecognizable shape and form in order to birth a finished piece.

The foundation of my work is strongly based on the constant flow of interconnectedness and how that ongoing bond potentially affects everything. I have a strong relationship with nature which I strive to define within myself through my work. It is this process that also enables me to explore that spiritual connection with the Earth in hopes of understanding the overall link between man and nature. Or, how man and nature are in fact one ongoing organism as well as their interconnectedness with the universe. Essentially this concept is endless in itself.  My most recent works have grown to reflect this concept through paintings, sculpture and dawings of my minds reflections on this subject. Currently I am producing a series of work under the title Forward Journey. This is a concept that came to me during the production of my last large painting (5ftx4ft). To read and view details please see side bar.

Contact: Crowstudio.td@gmail.com


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  1. I had the good fortune of being in a collborative show with Tessa at the Cape Cod Museum of Art http://thesalondesrefuses.wordpress.com

    Tessa is an artist’s artist. Her work is incredible for sure, but more importantly she is extremely professional and takes her work very seriously. I wish I had a ton of money becuase there is no doubt that an investment today in Tessa’s art will bring great reward when she goes national — which isn’t far away.

    Robert John Cook
    April 3, 2009

    • You’re great Robert! And a genuine and talented artist at that! Your painting was beautiful, bold and really stood out at the show last night. Thank you so much for all your kind words, support and opportunity to have been in the Salon. It was so exciting, the artists were great, and the turn out was amazing. You and Elaine really worked hard to make it all come together and I can’t express how grateful I am to have been a participating artist. Thank you.-Tessa

  2. Love!

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