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The Tentacles of Major Depression by MB Dallocchio
Welcome to Prague by MB Dallocchio
The Quiet and the Confusion by Michelle Dallocchio
La Sensualite by Michelle Dallocchio
Saint Anthony of Leonia by MB Dallocchio
Tres Amigos by MB Dallocchio
Activated by Wellness 2 by MB Dallocchio
Activated by Wellness Square by MB Dallocchio
Activated by Wellness by MB Dallocchio
Le an by MB Dallocchio
Paisadora by MB Dallocchio
Faanao by Michelle Dallocchio
I Siruhana by MB Dallocchio
I Puti'on by MB Dallocchio
Metgot by MB Dallocchio
Not Your Dashboard Hula Doll 2021 by MB Dallocchio
Maite Aphrodite by MB Dallocchio
Sirena by MB Dallocchio
Fuuna yan Puntan by MB Dallocchio
Gaiminetgot by MB Dallocchio
Pinadesi by MB Dallocchio
I Titicha by Michelle Dallocchio
Taya Mas Mames by MB Dallocchio
Inafamaolek by MB Dallocchio
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About MB Dallocchio
MB Dallocchio is a UK-based American artist. She specializes in social justice art, mixed media, desert landscapes, pencil+ink design, and murals.
Dallocchio served in the US Army between 1998-2006 as a medic and mental health sergeant. She is a former member of Team Lioness (a team of women attached to Special Forces and Marine infantry units in Iraq) and deployed to Ramadi, Iraq in 2004-2005 as one of the first women to engage in direct combat operations. In 2006, she was awarded the David L. Boren NSEP Scholarship and the Massachusetts Outstanding Woman Veteran of the Year award in 2009.
MB Dallocchio wrote "The Desert Warrior," "Everyday Chamorro," "Quixote in Ramadi," and the "Women Warriors" chapter in War Trauma and Its Wake (Routledge, 2012). She was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, New York Times, NPR and many other outlets covering the female combat veteran experience, post-traumatic growth, resilience, equality, and intersectionality. She has also been featured in the documentaries "Lioness," "The Long Road Home," and "Soldiers Period."
Dallocchio received her Master of Social Work degree from University of Southern California in 2016. As a Social Worker, she now works as a consultant specializing in artistic psychosocial rehabilitation, polytrauma, and organizational development.
She currently resides in London, England with her family.
For more info, visit: https://www.thedesertwarrior.com