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Sweetie's Search for a Forever Home in the Garden State
by Cenk Dermerican
Denise DeBiasi-Costantino has delighted many residential and commercial owners with her artistic painting and design skills.
Her work has been featured in the House & Garden, NJ Design Magazine, Nutley Neighbors Magazine, Bathroom Trends, Show Houses including Mansion in May
She earned a BFA degree from William Paterson University in Illustration and Painting. She received an award from the Society of Illustrators Student award exhibition for her three dimensional children's pop-up book; “Window Under the Sea” authored, illustrated, paper engineering.
In conjunction with WPU she studied at Montclair State University, she was a contributing illustrator to "Four Walls Publication" and advance studies in illustration,fashion, and interior design at Parson School of New Design.
She applied her talents to the textile industry as a high-end jacquard designer creating original marketable designs for top home furnishings and fashion design studios. Her career and talents expanded into commissioned murals, custom wall designs and interior design concepts.
In 2003, Costantino formed D &D Architectural Design, with a belief in forging a solid rapport with her clients and delivering creative, personalized solutions that exceed exceptions.
Costantino’s portfolio offers a wide repertoire of artistic skill both in traditional and transitional works of art including: Hand Painted Textiles, Home Furnishings, Murals, Decorative Wall Finishes, Surface Design, Works on Canvas, Color Concepts and Illustrations.
Denise created an affirming acronym:
"Anyone Realizing Today's Imagination States Tomorrow's Satisfaction" (ARTISTS)
- Denise DeBiasi-Costantino.
Owning the rights to this statement, since youth, it aided her in sharing, creating and expressing ideas in all her works.
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