Bachelor of Science in Fine Art, Skidmore College, 1945; postgraduate, Atelier 17, Paris, 1964; postgraduate, Pembroke College, Oxford, England, 1984.
Founder, public Abstract Arts Festival of Atlanta, 1955-1967. Art editor Atlanta Magazine, 1966-1972. Director, writer, researcher National Education Association, 1967-1968.
Writer, director television documentaries Public Broadcasting Service, Channel 8, 1974-1975. Executive producer Cape Cod/Station WGBH, Cape Cod, Boston, 1986-1987. Co-founder, executive Arts Festival Atlanta, 1953-1962.
Chair board Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, Georgia, 1992-1996. Trustee advisory board Museum Art, University Georgia, Athens, since 1983. Artist-in-residence Hambidge Center for Arts and Sciences, Rabun Gap, 1987, 92-95, Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem, 1987.
Board directors Richard Allen Center, New York City, 1977-1979. Board directors, executive committee Georgia chapter National Museum Women, Washington, 1987-1995. Member Mensa, board member University Georgia, Georgia Museum Art, Atlanta History Center Archives.
Married Ted V. Fisher, 1944 (divorced 1972). Married Morris Berthold Abram, January 22, 1975 (divorced May 1987). 1 child, Eve Fisher Shulmister.