Mathemalchemy Collaborative Mathematics and Art Project

Beginning in February 2020, Bronna has been collaborating with a team of 23 mathematical artists and artistic mathematicians who are creating a large multimedia art installation that celebrates the creativity and beauty of mathematics, called Mathemalchemy. It is the vision of mathematician and physicist Ingrid Daubechies. With the help of artist Dominique Ehrmann, she has guided the collaboration on the 16 foot X 12 foot X 10 foot installation, via Zoom. After its completion in 2021, it will be installed in various museums and other places, and then be placed permanently in Duke University’s planned new Mathematics building. Mathemalchemy link:,

Math + Art + Cats (MACs) In the Brooklyn Art Library

The Sketchbook Project is the largest collection of artist sketchbooks.  Bronna’s 5” X 7” sketchbook includes cats lounging (as they often do) in the middle of an artist’s studio and artwork.

St. Lawrence O’Toole Church In Brewster, N.Y.

Adapted/redesigned compositions and painted two, 24 X 64 in. stained glass windows, 2015.

Stained Glass Windows

Commissioned for private residences, 2013 – 2014.

Maryrest Mausoleum Chapel, Mahwah, N.J.

Designed and painted 840 sq. ft. of new stained glass windows, 2011 – 2012.

Archdiocese of Newark’s Catholic Cemeteries

Designed a 20.4 ft. tall, 911 Memorial monument for Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington, N.J. Bronna served as the Project Manager for the construction of the monument, along with its 60 X 42 ft. base, in stainless steel, titanium, granite, and stained glass, 2008 – 2011.

Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Hoboken, N.J.

Designed and painted Sts. Peter and Paul images in oil paint on a 12.5 X 8-foot arched linen canvas with a Dibond substrate, 2009.

Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Newark, N.J.

Designed and painted a 72 X 120 in. triptych oil painting on linen, with a fiberglass substrate, for the crypt chapel, 2008.

Archdiocese of Newark

Designed and painted images for Archdiocese Christmas cards, 2003 – 2008.