Student, Brooklyn College, 1942. Student, American Artists School, 1942. Student, Art Students League, 1942.
Student of Aesthetic Realism, with Eli Siegel, 1978. Student of Aesthetic Realism, with Ellen Reiss, since 1978.
Instructor Art Brooklyn College, 1952-1975. Director Terrain Gallery, New York City, 1955-1983. Director Visual Arts Gallery, School Visual Arts, 1961-1962.
President Aesthetic Realism Foundation, 1973-1985, consultant, 1973.
Instructor National Academy School of Design, 1988-1989, 96, 98. One woman shows include Terrain Gallery, 1961, Rina Gallery, Jersey City, 1963, Atlantic Gallery, 1999.
Exhibited in group shows at Museum Modern Art, New York City, 1962, Baltimore Museum, 1962, Brooklyn Museum, 1962, New Jersey State Museum, Jersey City, Butler The Art Institute of Chicago, Youngstown, Ohio, San Francisco The Art Institute of Chicago, 1961-1962, 65, National Academy Annual, 1986, 90, Swiss Institute, New York City, Susan Teller Gallery, New York City, 1993, 95, Drawing Center, New York City, Audubon Society annual, New York City,1995-1996, Chuck Levitan Gallery, New York City, 1996, Washington Square EastGallery, New York City, 1992, 96, American Society Contemporary Artists Annals, 1994-1996, 97, 98, Atlantic Gallery, 1998. Represented in permanent collections Hampton Institute, National Museum Women in the Hearts, Museum Jewish Family, Durham, North Carolina, Savannah College Art and Design.
Company-author: Aesthetic Realism: We Have Been There - Six Artists, 1969.
Illustrator Children"s Guide to Parents (by Eli Siegel), 1971. Tiffany grantee for painting, 1965. Recipient Theresa Lindner award for painting ASCA, 1996.
Speaker Piero Della Francesca Foundation, 2007.
Married Chaim Koppelman, February 13, 1943. 1 child, Annual.