Cynthia Maris Dantzic

Senior Professor at Long Island University

Location:
720 Northern Blvd., Greenvale, New York, United States
Company:
Long Island University
HQ Phone:
(516) 299-2000
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Last Updated 1/24/2017

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Board of Governors Member  - Society of Scribes and Illuminators

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Collecting Pocket Mirrors: Miniature Treasures of Design and Nostalgia

By Cynthia Maris Dantzic
Cynthia Maris Dantzic is a Senior Professor of Art at LIU Brooklyn, a campus of Long Island University. She exhibits work in a variety of mediums and is the author of nine art-related books. The newest, 100 New York Calligraphers, will be released this spring. Detailed clues about fakes, and other material about pocket mirrors can be found in her recent book, Antique Pocket Mirrors-Pictorial & Advertising Miniatures, which presents life-size images of about 700 of these beauties in full color on heavyweight glossy paper, presenting the look and feel of the actual objects they depict. It may be purchased through Amazon or directly from the publisher, Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

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Society of Scribes - New York City

The show features over 40 works by the following members: Alice, Carmela La Gamba Bode, Maureen Chen, Neil Chen, Ethan Cohen, Cynthia Dantzic, Michelle Deng, Debra Dick, Rebecca Farber, Doris Fullgrabe, Noa Guy, Elinor Holland, Ernest Krysty, Judy Kastin, Quentin McQuiston, Barry Morentz, Anna Pinto, Ann Shoshkes, Denise Simon, Maureen Squires, Susan Steele, Julio Vega, Kathy Wallace, Eleanor Winters, Holly Woodward, Lynne Yun.
Special thanks to our show-hanging committee: Carmela La Gamba Bode, Maureen Chen, Cynthia Dantzic, Noa Guy, Ann Shoshkes, and Susan Steele. Cynthia Dantzic (*) studied calligraphy at Yale and has been teaching at Long Island University since 1964, where she was promoted to Senior Professor. Her courses include drawing, color, painting, 2D design and calligraphy (Western and Non-Western). She has served on the board for several years as programs coordinator. Her ninth art-related book, 100 New York Calligraphers, which includes the work of a number of SoS members, is featured in Schiffer's Spring 2015 catalog. Cynthia Dantzic's Sabbatical Plus Exhibition: February 1-24 Cynthia Dantzic's Sabbatical Plus Exhibition (Bygone Bugle, photograph by Cynthia Dantzic) Posted in Society News Cynthia Dantzic's Sabbatical Plus Exhibition: February 1-24 Permalink Cynthia Dantzic - 100 New York Calligraphers Silent Auction!Featuring one-of-a-kind artwork by Christopher Calderhead, Anna Pinto, books from Cynthia Dantzic, Yves Leterme and more!

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2015 Annual Meeting: A Midas Touch with Barbara Wolff - Society of Scribes

Cynthia Dantzic (*) studied calligraphy at Yale and has been teaching at Long Island University since 1964, where she was promoted to Senior Professor.
Her courses include drawing, color, painting, 2D design and calligraphy (Western and Non-Western). She has served on the board for several years as programs coordinator. Her ninth art-related book, 100 New York Calligraphers, which includes the work of a number of SoS members, is featured in Schiffer's Spring 2015 catalog.

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