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Curriculum Vitae

Sandy Sokoloff        Grand Isle, VT  (b. 1944, Brooklyn, NY)

Education:

1969        MFA Boston University

1968        Skowhegan School of Painting

1967        Washington University, St. Louis, MO

1967        Rhode Island School of Design

1966        BFA Boston University

1964        Harvard University

1962        Queens College, CUNY

Exhibitions: Solo

2019        'Emanation'  Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Brattleboro, VT
1994        'The Dimensions of Paradise' Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts, MA
1993        'Scenes from the Life of Christ' Harvard Divinity School. Cambridge, MA

1992        'Transfiguration' Church of Our Savior, Brookline, MA

1992        Bradford College, Haverhill, MA

1980        The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH
1978        'River Run: The Bentley College Murals' Bentley College, Waltham, MA 

1975        Artists Space, New York. NY

1974        Bocour Artists Colors New York, NY

1973        'Circus Paintings' Davis Museum, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA

1969        Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA

1968        'Inaugurating New Boston City Hall' Boston, MA

1967        Sherman Union Gallery, Boston University, Boston, MA

Exhibitions: Group

"Transcendent" Burlington City Arts, VT

Skowhegan Alumni National Academy of Design New York, NY

Wellesley College Faculty Exhibition Wellesley, MA

Tanglewood Faculty Lenox, MA

Rhode Island Arts Festival Providence, RI

New England Regional Drawing Smith College Northampton, MA

Collections:

Johnson Museum Cornell University

Bocour Artists Colors

The Commonwealth School

Wellesley College

Boston University

West Virginia University

Fort Wright State College

SUNY Binghampton

Merrill Foundation

WCVB TV Boston

Coopers & Lybrand

Brown University

Episcopal Divinity School, Harvard University

Teaching:

1969-76    Wellesley College

1980-81    Art Institute of Boston

1977-80    Boston University

1978          Tanglewood

1977           DeCordova Museum

1967          Washington University

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