Corinne Lapin-Cohen Resume

EDUCATION:

  • B.F.A., History of Fine Art, Russell Sage College
  • Masters Program, Environmental Education, Fairfield University
  • Certificate in Botanical Art and Illustration, The New York Botanical Garden
  • National Academy of Fine Art

CAREER:

  • Freelance Artist with specialties in botanical watercolors and abstract oil paintings
  • Serving on the Advisory Board of Katonah Museum Artists Association
  • ‘Adjunct professor at Lehman College teaching the fine art of drawing and botanical watercolor painting
  • Instructor of Botanical Watercolor Painting and Drawing- New York Botanical Gardens, NY
  • Coordinator and instructor of botanical watercolor and drawing classes at StoneHouse Studio
  • Coordinator and instructor of The Fine Art of Botanical Illustration program at Lasdon Arboretum, Somers, NY
  • New York Resident Artist and coordinator of Botanical Art Program- Lasdon Arboretum, Somers, NY
  • Naturalist and environmental educator, Audubon Center- Greenwich, Connecticut, CT

RECENT and UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS:

  • Chappaqua Station Gallery – one woman exhibit November 2017-January 2018
  • “Dare to Dream” – Northern Westchester Hospital Center, October-March 15,2018. Series of ten paintings. 
  • Hammond Museum “Inspirations” – June-Sept. 2017
  • “Abstractions” – Oak and Oil Gallery, Katonah, NY 2017
  • “Dare to Dream” – One woman exhibit, Katonah Library, 2017
  • Katonah Museum of Art –  workshop on botanical drawing in conjunction with “Matisse as Curated by Ellsworth Kelly” 2017
  • Boston Biennial Project IV ArtVenice – May 2017
  • Northern Westchester Hospital Center  “Balance in Motion” Series of 12 paintings 2017
  • Katonah Museum of Art – Katonah, NY- featured artist during “SupraEnvironmental” October 25 – January 24, 2016
  • The Oak and Oil Gallery, Katonah, NY – Traditional Botanical and Abstract oils. 2016
  • Martin Stankiewicz Gallery – “The Threads” Tarrytown, NY Oct 16- Nov 15, 2015
  • CHAPPAQUA LIBRARY – Northern Westchester Artists Guild  member exhibit- Nov 7-Jan 9, 2016
  • MartinStankiewicz Gallery – “Imaginings” Tarrytown NY: June 2015
  • “Art Around Town” Chappaqua- June 4-June 29, 2015
  • SchoolHouse Gallery – Croton Falls, NY- April 24-May 31, 2015
  • Mayo Performing Arts Center – “Botanicals” One Woman Exhibition; May 2-July 7, 2015, Morristown, New Jersey
  • Carriage Barn Gallery -“Elemental Energies” New Canaan, Ct. 28-March 29, 2015
  • Katonah Museum of Art – “Line Describing A Cone” Tri-State Juried Exhibition; January 18 – February 15, 2015
  • “Confronting Cancer through Art” – Katonah Library, Jan.2015. solo exhibit
  • Gallery in the Park, Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Pound Ridge, NY “Natural Instincts”-September 13-October 29, 2014,
  • ArtsWestchester, White Plains, NY 9th floor Gallery “UNABASHEDLY” May 16- June 27, 2014 at 
  • UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDEN- Washington, DC exhibit of original paintings included in book newly published book “American Botanical Paintings -Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic” February 15-June 15,2014
  • Katonah LibraryExhibit of StoneHouse Studio Students work, and One woman exhibit of Corinne Lapin-Cohen. 2013-Jan.2014, December 2014-January 2015
  • Katonah Museum Artists Association– “Portrait of Survival” interactive art. November, 2013
  • Katonah Museum of Art “Face to Face: Community Portraits” – October 2013-Feb.2014
  • BOTANICAL EXPLORATIONS: A personal exploration. One woman exhibit Weller Gallery, Fellows Riverside Gardens, Mill Creek MetroParks., Youngstown, Ohio May 3-July 14, 2013 Three day workshop June 12-14, 2013
  • Northern Westchester Hospital – Mt. Kisco, New York March 2012-Sept. 2012 and October 2013- March 2014
  • Filoli Botanical Gardens 14th Annual Botanical Art Exhibition – March 27-June 24, 2012, San Francisco, California
  • Point Park University “From a Different Point of View”, , Pittsburgh, Pa. Mar 23-May 19 2012
  • UW Botanic Garden “Native Plants of the North West”- Miller Library, Seattle, WA. March 1-31,2012
  • NAWA: “Ev(e)olution II- Riverside Public Library, NYC March 1-31,2012
  • NAWA: “Open Small Works”- NAWA GALLERY, NYC, Feb.1-Feb. 27, 2012
  • Katonah Museum– NEW YORK, NEW YORK, Katonah, NY, August 2-December 31,2011
  • Country Estates, Katonah, NY- June – December 2011
  • Framings Gallery, Armonk, NY- October-December, 2011
  • A Spin on Green” at ArtsWestchester, White Plains, NY June-July, 2011
  • Ward Pound Ridge Reservation- Gallery in the Park: “Discoveries…Botanical Explorations” a one woman exhibit of over 70 paintings and drawings. May-September, 2010
  • Huntington Library Botanical Art Exhibit– Pasadena, California – October 30th, 2008
  • National Association of Women Artists, 119th annual exhibition-GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Reading Pa. August 24 – September 28, 2008 Award: Miriam Schorr award for Works on Paper
  • Cooperstown Museum 73rd National Exhibition- July, 2008
  • Carnegie Museum of Natural History“Invasives”- Jan. 27, 2007
  • “Drawn from Nature”- One Woman Exhibit- Lasdon Arboretum, October 28-March 2007; Summer 2008
  • “Visions of Nature”- Westchester Community College, Native Plant Center– October 14-21, 2006
  • “Beauty of Botany”, Seattle Pacific Science Center– Oct. 2006
  • International Botanical Art Exhibition  Filoli Gardens- Woodside, California, 2002, 2003, 2006
  • Ferns, Mushrooms and Lichen of the Northeast” Highstead Arboretum, Redding Connecticut, – October, 2006
  • “Take a Closer Look” Sheldrake Environmental Center, Larchmont, NY   One Woman Exhibit-April 30-June 30, 2005
  • Fresh Cut”: International ASBA Exhibition, Weisman Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota   June 25-Oct.2, 2005
  • GNSI Exhibit, – Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, 2004 – 2005
  • Botanical Reflections”, Hammond Museum – North Salem, New York- One-person exhibit, 2004
  • New York Botanical Garden, one-person exhibit- Native Trees- 2002
  • New York State Museum, Albany New York- Focus on Nature VIII- 2004
  • Arts Alive Festival at the Kennedy-Douglass Center – Florence, Alabama 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, “Barbara Long Botanical Art ” award- 2003, 2004, 2005
  • Carriage House Gallery -Waveny Park, New Canaan, CT- Botanical Art: Modern Masters 2003
  • Denver Museum of Nature & Science– 2003
  • Carnegie Mellon’s Hunt Institute of Botanical Art– Permanent Collection

CORPORATE CLIENTS:

  • Regeneron Corporate Headquarters, Tarrytown, NY
  • Johnson and Johnson
  • Precision Arts Dentistry

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

  • “Botanical Paintings, Native Plants of the Mid-Atlantic” 2014
  • Cancer Research-spring/Summer 2010
  • Night Gardening 1999- Hyperion
  • 10th International Exhibition of Botanical Art and Illustration – Hunt Institute 2001
  • Country Living Home Almanac- 2002
  • Searchings III- Welcome Books- 2005
  • Searchings II- Welcome Books-2004
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