Mariarosa Scerbo born in Talamone (GR).
She grew up in Savona, lives and works in Quiliano (SV).
Her works are in Italy and abroad.


Critical essays
A. Capasso - Virio da Savona - G. Chepes - L. Pennone - A. Farnese - A. Caggiano - S. Riolfo Marengo - C. De Benedetti - D. Vivarelli - D. Gori - R. Vitone - G. Migone
F.Presenti - A. M. Secondino - N . Cappiello - A. Morasso - E. Fabbri - E. Sidoti - M. Traversi - F. Mazzoli - R. Bruno - N. Mura - M. Nencioni - M. Cirone Scarfi' - B. Barbero - M.T. Castellana - J. Mina - G.Farris - Carlo Vasconi - Bruna Magi

She exhibits from 1963. Her works are in various collections not only in Italy but also in Japan, USA, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, England and Qatar.
She has painted "Murales" in vacation villages in Calabria and in Sicily for Mondorama.
As a ceramist she has created in the furnaces of the Albisole numerous works, among them a baptistry of great commitment and a huge polychomic ceramic panel for the main altar of the Chiesa Matrice in Marcellinara (CZ), a Via Crucis for the chiesa of the S.S. Trinità of Chiavella in Savona and in Celle Piani (Celle Ligure) the ceramics for the main altar of the chiesa dell'Assunta. In 2008 she made a large ceramic plate, inspired by Santa Rosalia, that was given to the cardinal of Palermo De Giorgi who was visiting Quiliano. Lately for the Geotea S.p.A. she has made a huge panel in gres representing the local landscape with its wild flora and fauna furtherly she has created another Via Crucis for the chiesa Maria Regina della Pace in the Valle di Vado Ligure.
In the USA, where she lived and worked for several years she created among other works, for various galleries and designers, unique pieces of painted fabric. When Mr. Pertini the Italian president came on a official visit to Chicago she made a large plate on behalf of the Italian Cultural Center as a present from the Italian-American Comunity.

 

When Mr. Pertini the Italian president came on a official visit to Chicago she made a large plate on behalf of the Italian Cultural Center as a present from the Italian-American Comunity.