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Lisa Dinhofer

Is an artist who lives and works in New York City. Born in Brooklyn and educated in the New York City public school system, she went on to receive her BA with honors from Brandeis University and her MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. Her work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. Her most recent solo shows were at The Century Association, Denise Bibro Fine Art, and Purdue University. Collected widely, Dinhofer’s paintings and works on paper are represented in many public and private collections including The Brooklyn Museum, the New York Public Library, City College (CUNY), IBM, and many more. A recipient of numerous awards, she has received a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Individual Fellowship Grant and the MacDowell and Yaddo Colony Fellowships. In 2003, Dinhofer completed a 90-foot glass mosaic mural, Losing My Marbles, commissioned by MTA, Arts for Transit. This public work is located at the Times Square, 42nd Street subway station in New York City.

Lisa Dinhofer’s work has been featured, reviewed, and profiled in several publications including American Artist, The New York Times, Arts Magazine, ARTnews, and Drawing magazine. Dinhofer developed original workshops in the technique of colored pencil and color theory. She’s been successfully teaching all aspects of drawing for over 20 years and is currently on the faculty of the Art Students League and The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Art in New York City. She also taught a popular class for the online site, Craftsy. For more about the artist, visit www.lisadinhofer.com.

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