Isabella Pizzano was born in Rome, Italy, where she earned a B.A. in Fine Arts, with a specialization in clay sculpture. After moving to New Jersey, she exhibited her work in various national and international shows, such as the prestigious “Artistic Ceramics” competition in Faenza, Italy. Pizzano, as an owner of a gallery in New Jersey, presented eclectic works of art and presented consulting services to many corporations and private collectors. After attending numerous workshops held by nationally renowned teachers, she began to create her own work. Now she identifies most with abstract expressionism, but this does not restrict her from using different techniques, especially with water media, inks, and collages, using rare and archival papers. In China, Pizzano partook in a cultural art exchange with local artists and conducted several workshops and demonstrations of Western Art Techniques. She has exhibited her work in various shows around the country, earning several awards and recognitions. Isabella Pizzano approaches her art as a reflection of life. She strives to create and experience revealing “imperfections and vulnerability” through her work.