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Connie Siegel

 (born 1937)
Connie Smith Siegel is active/lives in California, Colorado.  Connie Siegel is known for painting.

Biography   Connie Siegel


Connie Smith Siegel was born in Colorado Springs, CO in 1937.  Siegel earned her M.F.A. at the University of Colorado and taught at that school during 1965-72.  She moved to California in 1976 and studied at the San Francisco Art Institute.  She taught at California Institute of Integral Studies and John F. Kennedy University during 1976-90.  She currently lives in Woodacre, CA. 

Exhibited:  Santa Rosa (CA) City Hall, 1976; University of Iowa, 1976; Mill Valley (CA) City Hall, 1981; Walnut Creek (CA) Library, 1983; Marin County Civic Center, 1988, 1994; Fairfax (CA) Library, 2000. 

Works held:  Oakland Museum; California Palace of Legion of Honor; Hastings Law College; San Francisco In

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