The Kennedy Center's art exhibits are underwritten in memory of Angelina Rea Paul. Angie was a gifted artist and fashion designer who studied at New York's Trapenhagen School of Fashion. 
A life long resident of Bridgeport, she was the daughter of Italian immigrants. She used her extraordinary talents to design and produce an array of fashions including gowns, dresses, christening outfits, costumes and men's clothing for dignitaries, friends, family and charitable events. She was a one person fashion house, designing, tailoring, pattern making, fitting and seamstressing.

Supporting The Kennedy Center's art program in Angie's memory is particularly appropriate, given her love of painting and teaching others the joy of painting and above all, because of her enormous capacity to help those in need.

This amazing woman would have been honored to be a small part of the wonderful work of the Kennedy Center's art program.

Bill and Gloria Paul 

Gallery Exhibitions
MDAC Collaborative Artwork