Jodi DiLiberto

From the Purple House
As a self-taught Artist, I hope my paintings impart the feeling that there is more than the eye can see. It is such great fun to pick up a brush full of paint, touch it to the canvas and watch a world appear!
I am also a Musician who, in addition to writing my own music, plays traditional and early Music of the British Isles and Italy. As a Singer who also plays dulcimer, recorder, pennywhistle and harp, I have played in Medieval and Renaissance Festival, as well as Charity events, benefits,weddings and First Nights. My previous bands were The Broad Street Troubadours, with whom I’ve recorded two albums and played for ten seasons with the New York Renaissance Faire, and A Couple of Note. I am now soloing as “Una Cantante” and have played at the Medieval Festival at Fort Tryon Park in New York, and have enjoyed hearing my music played on Pandora and radio stations, KCEG in North Dakota, Pirate Radio in Eastern Oregon, and Colette O’Connor’s “Notes from New England” portion of “The Wimmin’s Show” on KZUM radio.
Two of my poems appear on Ukulele Sirens: SONGS FOR THE SEA, a project created to benefit the world’s oceans:
A tiny yellow and orange Zabulon Skipper rests on green foliage.
Skyline Drive overlooks the Shenandoah Valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
Portrait of the artist’s niece, Kat, in tiger makeup.
Portrait of a sleepy boy in a hat.
Two delightful young apples are enjoying the morning sun among the green leaves.