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Biography

Diana González Gandolfi has been exhibiting her work in one-person and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States since 1978. A painter and printmaker, her work is in numerous private, public and corporate collections, including The Hunterdon Museum of Art, The Noyes Museum, The Jersey City Museum, The Montclair Art Museum, Johnson & Johnson, Rutgers University, IBM, Fidelity Management Corporation, NJ Department of Treasury, the Bank of Boston, and the Newark Public Library.

She has received awards, fellowships and residencies from various institutions, including two Boston Museum of Fine Arts Traveling Fellowships, a NJ State Council on the Arts Distinguished Artist Award and Fellowship for Printmaking, two NJ State Council on the Arts Painting Fellowships, a Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Painting Fellowship, a Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper Fellowship and a Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Residency Grant to attend the Vermont Studio Center.

A native of Argentina, she trained as an artist in the United States and holds a BFA degree from Tufts University, a Diploma and a Fifth Year Graduate Certificate in Fine Arts from the Boston Museum School and an M Ed in Art Therapy from The Institute for the Arts and Human Development at Lesley University.