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- email: Rhoda-Greif@rcn.com
Greif is a native New Yorker and a graduate of Brooklyn College, where she studied with the internationally known artist Mark Rothko as well as with the renowned watercolorist Ed Whitney. She is a representational artist whose emphasis is on florals, landscapes, and still lifes. Her work is done in oils, watercolors, and pastels.
has exhibited in many group shows as a member of the Metropolitan
Artists Coalition, the Regent Artists, and the Lenox Hill
As part of these groups, she has shown in the Cork Gallery
in Lincoln Center, where her work received a very favorable
review from Gallery and Studio magazine.
She has also had one-person shows at the Bridgeton Gallery in New Jersey, and the Dime Savings Bank, Williamsburg Savings Bank, and the Manhattan Savings Bank, all in New York City. In addition, her paintings are in numerous corporate and private collections, including Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and the California office of Visa International.
Rhoda is the recipient of many first place awards at shows
in the New York and Connecticut areas.
She is a representational artist whose emphasis is on
florals, landscapes, and still lifes. Her work is done
in oils, watercolors, and pastels.