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C. Tomyé Neal-Madison Edit Profile

also known as Tomyé

artist

C. Tomyé Neal-Madison, American artist. Advisory board director Center for Arts Yerba Buena, San Francisco, 1994-1997; president Diablo-Alameda Branch National League American Pen Women, Washington, 1994-1996; member Old Oakland Neighborhood Association, 1998. Member Art Table.

Background

Neal-Madison, C. Tomyé was born on March 1, 1948 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Moore College Art, Philadelphia, 1973. Certified arts administrator master's program, Golden Gate University.

Career

Freelance artist, San Francisco, since 1974. Executive director Center for Visual Arts, Oakland, California, since 1991. Part-time fine arts and framing business owner San Francisco Bay Area, since 1983.

Advocate for humanity.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Freelance artist: (graphics) African American Expo, 1989 (Pioneer award 1989).

Membership

Advisory board director Center for Arts Yerba Buena, San Francisco, 1994-1997. President Diablo-Alameda Branch National League American Pen Women, Washington, 1994-1996. Member Old Oakland Neighborhood Association, 1998.

Member Art Table.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Art instruction, collecting art of living artists, recycling good ideas.

Connections

Daughter of Oliver and Earnestine N. Wid. March 1990.

father:
Oliver Neal-Madison

mother:
Earnestine Neal-Madison