Maria was graduated from Hunter College, N.Y.C and received a MA from the University of Delaware, Phi Kappa Phi. She served as an Adjunct Professor Fine Arts at Wilmington University from 1984-2009. She is a recipient of a Professional Fellowship on Paper jointly granted by the Delaware Division of the Arts and the NEA. She received a Residency in Printmaking from the Vermont Studio Center. Her work has received many distinctions including juried memberships in the Howard Pyle Studio, Wilmington. the National League of American Pen Women and the National Association of Women Artists, N.Y.C.
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My work is primarily mixed media, which includes oil, acrylic and watercolor, with an emphasis on printmaking and digital compositions. Color and texture enhance my themes which may include mythology figures and narrative landscapes.
b. 1931, New York City, New York
Lives and works in wilmington, de