Madeline Bartolomeo’s work primarily focuses on wildlife and the human figure. Through these forms she loves to capture the personality of her subjects. Her work portrays emotion, storytelling, and the beauty of life we see in the world.
While completing her degree she worked and trained for six years under a professional sculptor. Through Boise State and her experience working as a sculpting assistant, Madeline has become proficient in sculpture, mold-making, welding, casting, wax-work, sculpture installation, sculpture restoration, and bronze and metal work. Madeline has displayed her work in galleries in Boise and Oregon, and was the winner of the Puget Sound 2018 Scholarship and the 2018 FACE student scholarship. Her work was also recently shown in the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts online show “Women Making Their Mark”.