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Ingrid Jacobson Croce '70 held a reading and book signing for her memoir, I’ve Got a Name, about husband Jim Croce at Barnes & Noble, Philadelphia.
Karen Kredo Daroff '70 principal of Daroff Design, was featured in an article “Daroff Design Thrives by Playing it Safe" in the Philadelphia Inquirer and on philly.com.
Barbara Groh-Wahlström '70 exhibited in New Beginnings at the Sandra Phillips Gallery in Denver, CO. She will have a solo show at the gallery featuring landscapes of fog and river from Sweden and India in November 2013.
Robin Freedland Tedesco '70 exhibited in BLUE at The Saugerties Performing Arts Factory. She exhibited 15 paintings at the Iona Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition at Iona College Arts Center and Muse, oil on panel, at Media Loft, New Rochelle, NY.
Susannah Gallagher Thomer '70 had artwork selected for the cover of Financial Today publication. She and her painting partner are completing their second mural for the Norriton Fire Station 61 and recently completed a mural for the new Einstein Medical Arts Building, both in East Norriton, Pa. This year, she received Signature status in the American Watercolor Society, New York, NY.
Diane Keller ’71 completed a painting for the National Board of Medical Examiners as a gift to the Federation of State Medical Boards, celebrating its 100th Anniversary. The painting portrayed nine doctors from various organizations who created the Federation of State Medical Boards at a meeting in 1912 at the Congress Hotel in Chicago.
Mona Wein Brody '72 exhibited paintings and drawings in Temenos at the Painting Center, NYC. She also exhibited work in Things at Delaware County Community College, Media, PA.
Photogravures, etchings, collographs and sculptures by Robin Dintiman '72 were exhibited in Nature's Will/Material Will, Alliance Gallery, Delaware Arts Center, Narrowsburg, NY.
Susan Sommer '72 exhibited her painting, While Listening to Ella, in BLUE, a group a show at the Saugerties Performing Arts Factory, NY. Bill Richards, former Moore faculty, conceived of the show and wrote the catalog essay.
Donna Usher '72 gave a talk, "The Nature of Creativity,” in conjunction with an exhibition of her paintings at Dane Decor.
After retiring from teaching at Villanova University, Mary Ellen Bilisnansky-McMorrow '73 moved to Santa Fe, NM where she creates jewelry, which, along with horse paintings and icons, have been shown at the Montez Gallery, Truchas, NM.
Priscilla Bohlen ’74 participated in It’s About Time, an ARTsisters exhibit sponsored by the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts held at Da Vinci Art Alliance, Philadelphia. Artists were asked to create a moment in time on canvas, wood or paper.
Selections from the private collection of outsider art of Jill Bonovitz '74 were on exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. An interview appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Lynn Fenimore '74 participated in Dear Fleisher 4 x 6 Inches of Art. Fenimore’s pet portraits were featured at the grand opening of Bone Appétit where she will have a rotating exhibition of her animal photographs and at Kent Studios at Z Gallery in West Chester, PA. As a member of ARTsisters, Fenimore collaborated with other members in creating Shades of Green, recycling work by individual members into a large abstract piece on exhibit at the Delaware Center for Horticulture and in It’s About Time where each member created a moment in time shown at Da Vinci Art Alliance, Philadelphia. She exhibited at Campbell’s Place, Lynn Rae Goes Green, in Philadelphia.
Marilyn Keating '74 and Debra Sachs '75 were featured in a Philadelphia Inquirer article "Their Museum of Curiosities" where they are joint curators of the South Jersey Museum of Curiosities.
Janice Merendino '74 was visiting assistant professor of studio art at Swarthmore College, Fall Semester 2012.
Marcia Goldner Treiger '74 operates a photography business, Blind Spot Fine Arts. She participated in a licensing show in Las Vegas.
Mary Judge '75 showed work in To Be a Lady which included 45 women at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery and Norte Maar, NYC; new work in color/construct at the Big & Small/ Casual Gallery, Long Island City, NY; Mark Making: Prints from Wildwood Press, St. Louis University Museum of Art. Her work was also featured in Schema Projects in Brooklyn, NY, in Drafted, its inaugural exhibition
Rosemarie Travisano Murray '75 has been teaching at the Delaware Art Museum, Chester County Art Association, West Chester, PA, and in her home. She is a member of the Howard Pyle Studio Group, in Wilmington, DE. She had a solo art exhibitm Impressions of Observations, Landscapes and Still Lifes, at the Hill School, Center for the Arts, Boyer Gallery, Pottstown, PA.
Marilyn Prokupek Lavins '76 exhibited her Battleground diptych at Lyceum Hall, Center for the Arts, Burlington, NJ, and Drawing Class diptych and Clouds or a Tsunami at Goggle Works in Reading, PA, through Artist Equity Association. Her Serendipity diptych was shown in the Main Line Art Center Professional Artists Exhibition. She had a solo show at the Kaiserman JCC, Wynnewood, PA.
Dorothy Verdon '76, director of marketing and business development at Bruce E. Brooks & Associates Consulting Engineers, has been promoted to associate.
Lisa Hesselgrave ’77 exhibited her work Into the Wild, at the Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven, CT.
Ana Uribe '77 exhibited paintings in de Oriente a Oriente, in Medellin, Colombia.
Laurie Goddard '78 participated in the following shows: Armonk Outdoor Art Show, Armonk, NY; Paradise City, Northampton, MA; Columbus Day weekend Contemporary Art Fair, NYC, Javits Center; Telfair Museum Art Fair, Savannah, GA. In February she was invited back to Saudi Arabia to exhibit and teach.
Jill Kerwick '78 exhibited Lifting a Bunny at the Art Alliance in Red Bank, NJ. Her photo collage Doris at Home was included in the Monmouth Museum Juried Photo Exhibit. She exhibited paintings in group shows at the Adam Baumgold Gallery, NYC, and in the 9th Annual International Juried Show at the Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, Asbury Park, NJ. She was awarded a solo show at the Watchung Arts Center (2011) and was selected for the International Juried Show at the Visual Arts Center of NJ. Kerwick also painted a CD cover for the Brooklyn band Everest Cale.
Smokie Kittner '78 was featured in an article “Behind Studio Doors: Explore How Art is Made with POST,” Philadelphia Open Studio Tours.
Dori Cylinder Spector '78 exhibited a comprehensive group of paintings at Bryn Mawr Hospital, Bodine Lobby, Bryn Mawr, PA.
Carleen Zimbalatti ’78 exhibited No Regrets, in a group show at Westbeth Gallery, NYC. She curated a group show, Overlap, of artists, including herself, who use geometric strategies as a working methodology, Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington, VT.
Diane Maurer ’79 exhibited her watercolors of flowers and other elements from nature at the Olitsky Gallery in Beth Or Reform Synagogue in Maple Glen, PA .