biography of Betty WARREN (XX)

Birth place: NYC

Addresses: Albany, NY

Profession: Painter

Studied: NAD; Cape Cod School Art with Henry Hensche.

Exhibited: Artists of the Mohawk, Hudson Region, Schenectady, NY, 1960-71; Allied Artists Am., New York, 1965 & 1967; AWCS, New York, 1966; NAC, 1969-1971; Knickerbocker Artists, New York; Grand Central Art Galleries, NYC, 1970s; over 25 solo shows in museums & galleries. Awards: purchase prize, Albany Inst. Hist. & Art, 1964; gold medal, Catharine Lorillard Wolfe; grand prize, Cooperstown 29th Ann. Exh.

Member: Grand Central Art Gals.; NAC; AAPL; Nat. Lg. Am. Pen Women; Pen & Brush.

Work: Albany (NY) Inst. Hist. & Art; State Univ. NY, Albany; Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY; NY State Supreme Court, Albany; Grand Lodge Masons NY State, New York.

Comments: Preferred media: oils, pastels. Teaching: Albany Inst. Hist. & Art, 1959-; co-owner & dir., Malden Bridge School Art, NY, 1965-.

Sources: WW73; cover article, Prize Winning Painting, 1964 & 1965; Norman Kent (author), The Paintings of Betty Warren," Am. Artist, 1967; review Grand Central Gals. Yearbook, 1967, 1969 & 1970."