University of California at Berkeley
B.A. University of California at Los Angeles
School for Visual Arts, New York, New York (painting)
The New School for Social Research, New York, New York (Creative Writing)
Stoneybrook University, Southampton, New York (Memoir)
TEACHING POSITION: U.C.L.A. 1985 – 1988, Adjunct professor: The Serigraphic process
1988: Relocated from Los Angeles to New York
ART: 1979 to the present:
More than 20 one-person and over 100 group exhibitions. She showed at Peter Marcelle gallery in Bridgehampton, New York; Allen Sheppard, Andre Zarre, Sampson Fine Arts, New York University and Kouros galleries in New York City and the Noyes Museum in Oceanville, New Jersey.
She began showing in California at The Laguna Museum of Art, the Downey Museum, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Showed early with the Locar Discovery Gallery at the Los Angeles Museum of Science and Industry, the Provincetown Museum in MA; in Los Angeles at the University of Judaism, Richard Bennett, Karl Borenstein and the Heritage Galleries. Claudia Chapline Gallery in Northern California, Eva Cohon Gallery in Chicago and the Galerie Woeller-Paquet and das Bilderhaus in Frankfurt, Germany, among others. She produced a collection of original serigraphs and poetry, exhibited at the Artworks gallery in Los Angeles in 1987-88, distributed to rare bookstores throughout the United States.
2002 – 2012: Board the Directors, Fine Arts Federation of New York City.
She has published many news stories and articles. Most recently as follows:
Fiction: Nathan and Sonia, East Hampton Star, East Hampton, New York
Non-fiction: Living Through 911 and Its Aftermath, East Hampton Star, NY
Non-fiction: She Painted the Daffodils, East Hampton Star, East Hampton, NY
Non-fiction: New York Women Artists, Atlanta Women magazine, Atlanta, GA
Non-fiction: L.A. Art scene, Art New England newspaper Boston, MA
TREASURES: The memoir of an artist has been her devotion for the last ten years.
It is a love story, and narrative portrayal of a passionate artist, with an honest insight into the New York art-scene of the 1980s – 90s, plus a perceptive account of living through the World Trade Center disaster and it’s aftermath at close range.