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1981 MFA, Printmaking, University of Iowa, High Honors, Advisor: Mauricio Lasansky
1980 MA, Printmaking, Painting, Art History, University of Iowa, Advisor: Mauricio Lasansky
1980 Teacher’s Certification Program, Brandeis University,
1978 BA, Fine Arts, Psychology, Brandeis University, Magna cum laude, High Honors
1977 Tyler School of Art in Rome
2017 Studio Gallery Showcase, Painted Woodcarvings, Sue Bikoff and Harriet Lesser, D.C.,
2012 “A Walk On The Wild Side" painted woodcarvings, Sue Bikoff and Harriet Lesser, D.C.
2010 Landscape Collages, Temple Rodef Shalom, Falls Church, VA 1987 Monotype Collages, Ernst DeJong Studios, Pretoria, RSA
1986 Etchings, Woodcuts and Monotype Collages, Gallery International, Cape Town, RSA
1983 Etchings, Gage Gallery, Washington, D.C.,
1980 Monoprint Collages, Gage Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1977 Etchings, Eve Drewloe Gallery, Rome. Italy
Selected Group Exhibitions and Juried Shows
2023 Maryland Federation of Art, Circle Gallery, "Works on Paper", Annapolis
2021 Strathmore Mansion Museum, Wax Resist Ink Wash Drawings, Washington, D.C., MD.
2019 Cato Institute, "Freedom, Art as the Messenger" Wax Resist Ink Wash Drawing, D.C.,
2017 Studio Gallery, "Hat's Off", painted woodcarvings by Sue Bikoff and Harriet Lesser, D.C.
2017 Studio Gallery, painted woodcuts by Sue Bikoff and Harriet Lesser, Washington D.C.,
2016 Studio Gallery, painted woodcarvings by Sue Bikoff and Harriet Lesser, Washington D.C.
2011 McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
2010 McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
2009 Studio Gallery, painted woodcarvings by Sue Bikoff and Harriet Lesser, Washington D.C.
2009 McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
2008 McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
2008 Brandeis University, Invitational Show, Waltham, MA,
2007 The Art League, Alexandria, VA
2006 Studio Gallery, Invitational Show, Washington, D.C.
2004 Studio Gallery, Invitational Show, Washington, D.C.
1986 Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town, South Africa
1986 University of Cape Town, “Exploring Prints”, Cape Town, South Africa
1989 R Street Gallery, Washington Printmakers, Washington, D.C.
1990 Glenview Mansion, Rockville, MD,
1988 “The Artist Teacher, Charles Sumner Museum, Washington, D.C,
1985 Etchings, Lithographs and Woodcuts, Michealis Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa
1984 AAO Galleries, National Print Show, Buffalo, N.Y.
1984 National Small Print Show, Cobleskill, N.Y.
1983 “The Artist Teacher” Charles Sumner Museum, Washington, D.C,
1983 Washington Printmakers, Art Barn, Washington, D.C.
1983 Montpelier Arts Center, Juried Show, Laurel, MD
1983 Strathmore Arts Center, Juried Show, Rockville, MD
1982 “The Artist Teacher” Charles Sumner Museum, Washington, D.C.
1982 Iowa City Arts Council, “Iowa Printmakers” Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA
Founder/Art Director/Teacher: Artwork Studio B, Mclean VA 1996-Present. Art School offering classes in drawing, painting, mixed media, and bookbinding.
Arts Resource Director: Hunters Woods Magnet School for Art, Science, and Technology, FCPS Reston, VA 1994-1996. Responsibilities included designing, teaching and coordinating the arts magnate interdisciplinary programs.
Artist/Teacher: Fillmore Arts Center, Washington D.C., 1981-1984.
Responsibilities included the design of special courses and integrated programs for five elementary and middle schools. Courses taught were Museums, Art and Writing, Art Appreciation, Art Methods, Printmaking, Animation, Mask Theatre, and Drawing.
Visiting Lecturer: University of Cape Town School of Fine Arts, Cape Town, RSA, 1985-1987.
Taught a methods seminar in art education for higher diploma in education students, supervised the teacher-training program.
Printmaking and Drawing Instructor: Frederick Community College and Hood College, Frederick, MD. 1982-1984.
Printmaking Instructor: Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, VA 1882-1984.
Lithography Teaching Assistant: University of Iowa School of Art, Iowa City, IA, 1981
Author/Teacher “Museums Art and Writing: From Looking to Language.”, 1991, A sourcebook published by the Language Minority Affairs Branch of the D.C. Public Schools. These units train those who are not specialists in teaching visual art or creative writing to bring hands-on, language oriented, museum education experiences to their students.
Creative Arts Team/Visual Arts Consultant, 1990: “Exploring Washington’s Cultural Resources Program”, The Kennedy Center and Smithsonian Institutions. Designed an integrated arts pilot program bringing together high school students and professional artists in order to explore Washington’s cultural institutions through participatory workshops and performances.
Curator/Educator for “Children in Conflict” exhibition. Collected children’s art from Soweto, RSA, along with photographs depicting township life. Exhibited at The Sumner Museum, Washington, D.C., and The Alexandria Black History Museum, Alexandria, VA.
Art Appreciation Program Director: Fillmore Arts Center, 1987-1994. Designer of a series of art appreciation games that engage students in art criticism. Designed for use in classrooms and museums.
Art Resource Program Developer: Six School Complex, Washington D.C., 1990-1994. Designed art program that provided training and support to classroom teachers in order to reinforce basic learning skills and curriculum content through hands-on arts projects.
Museum Docent Training Program Director: South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa 1984-1986. Program designed for Art History and Art Education students at the University of Cape Town.
Curator/Educator: “The New American Graphics Exhibition”, 1986. Grant sponsored by the United States Information Service: A series of eight lecture-demonstrations and participatory workshops in various print processes. Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town, RSA.
Fulbright Interview Committee Panelist: Bonn, West Germany, 1984.
Seminar on Art Appreciation Games. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore MD, 2000.
Seminar on Art Appreciation Games. FCPS Executive Staff Development Workshop, 1995.
Seminar on Art Appreciation Games. Conference of the Network of Performing and Visual Arts Schools. D.C., 1994
“Museums, Art and Writing: From Looking to Language” in “Discover D.C” The Language Minority Affairs Office, 1993.
Panelist: “The Artist Teacher”. NAEA Conference, Washington, D.C., 1989
Seminar on Art Appreciation Games,” NAEA Conference, Washington, 1989
“Children in Conflict”, Educational exhibition catalog, 1988