(1936 - 2009)
Zolita Sverdlove was active/lived in New York, Texas. Zolita Sverdlove is known for landscape, seascape and interior painting, graphics.
Biography from Tirage Gallery
Zolita Sverdlove's extensive art training began at New York City's Art
Students League in 1949, continuing at the Provincetown School of
Painting with Irving Marantz. She received a Certificate from the
Cooper Union Art School in New York City where she studied with Neil
Welliver, Karl Schrag, Morris Kantor and Will Barnet.
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In California she studied life drawing at San Francisco State
University and oil painting with Richard Diebenkorn at the San
Francisco Art Institute. She returned to New York City to study
lithography at the Pratt Graphic Arts Center. Zolita furthered
her art education at Southern Methodist University in Texas, then
returned to New York City and received an External Degree from Cooper
Union Art School in 1977.
Since 1959 Zolita Sverdlove's work has
been selected for more than one-hundred juried exhibitions.
Selected museum exhibitions include: Hudson River Museum (New York),
Dallas Museum of Fine Art (Texas), Beaumont Museum (Texas), Frye Museum
(Washington), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (California), Oakland
Museum (California), Springfield Museum (Massachusetts), DeYoung Museum
(California), Joslyn Museum (Nebraska), the Pasadena Museum of History
(California) and solo exhibitions at Longview Museum (Texas) and
Maturango Museum (California).
Her work is in the permanent collections of the Dallas Museum of
Fine Art, Owens-Corning Collection of the Toledo Museum, Marymount
College (New York), Purdue University, among others.
Zolita Sverdlove passed on in 2009.
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