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Eileen Aubi Edit Profile

artist , educator

Eileen Aubi, American artist, educator. Prix de Cachet award nominee, 1981. Member Citizens Union, Artists Equity.

Background

Aubi, Eileen was born on January 27, 1933 in New York City. Daughter of Jack Gurstein and Shirley (Seltzer).

Education

Student, Skowhegan Sch Paintg/Sculpture, Maine, 1958;student, Brooklyn Museum Art School, 1959-1961;student, Art Students League, Woodstock, 1961;student, Museum of Modern Art, New York City, 1964-1966.

Career

Jewelry designer, Aubi Designs, Inc., 1971-1990;instructor, School of Visual Arts, New York City, since 1987;instructor, New School for Social Research, since 1987. Guest speaker sculpture State University of New York, New Paltz, 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Work included in shows at Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, 1987, Mari Gallery of Westchester (New York ), 1976, Asset Gallery, London, England, 1975, Puerto Banus Gallery, Marbella, Spain, 1974, Fabian Gallery, Madison Avenue, New York, 1973, MADE Indiana NEW YORK campaign, 1983, Metropolitan Museum of Art Manchu Dragon Show, 1980, American Crafts Museum, New York, 1965. Principal works include sculpture in Prudential Securities collection, San Antonio, Texas, 1993, R.S. Reynolds Memorial award sculpture, 1981, Unity Canvas collective artists' response to 9/11. Interviewed local television 2002.

Membership

Member Citizens Union, Artists Equity.

Connections

father:
Jack Gurstein .

mother:
Shirley (Seltzer).