Title: Artist, Educator
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States
Karen Neubert, Artist and Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership.
A certified teacher in the state of California, Ms. Neubert found her way into the art industry through one of her former mentors, Daniel Mendelowitz. She had been painting and drawing since childhood, but never considered the possibility of educating young artists until she became an art student. In 1957, Ms. Neubert graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University. In the following years, she earned a Master of Fine Arts from the Otis Art Institute and completed graduate studies at the University of California Los Angeles.
Ms. Neubert’s extensive resume demonstrates the many students she has positively influenced as an art teacher. Some of her most prominent positions have been as a faculty member of Pacific Oaks College, where she remained from 1977 until 1997, and as a teacher at the Pasadena Alternative School from 1986 until 1989. Outside of teaching, Ms. Neubert has had a multitude of success as a working artist. Her work has been featured in numerous group exhibitions, including the Historic Southwest Museum’s “Remembrance: the Faces & Places,” in 2018, and the Arroyo Arts Collective’s “Bringing the Past to Light,” in 2009. She has additionally had the honor of sharing her work through an individual exhibition in 2012, which she titled “Monotypes & Other Work.” Her work has also been printed in “L.A. Rising, SoCal Artists Before 1980” by Lyn Kienholz and “Landscapes for Learning” by Sharon Stine, among several other art publications.
In recognition of her success, Ms. Neubert has been abundantly awarded. In 1993, she earned the Golden Crown Award for Arts in Education from the Pasadena Arts Council, which followed up her 1959 Purchase Award from the Pasadena Art Museum. She is additionally featured in the 5th edition of Who’s Who in American Education.
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