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Herbert Joseph Appelson, American art educator. Recipient prize for mixed-media/printmaking Noyes Museum, Oceanville, New Jersey, 1993.


Appelson, Herbert Joseph was born on December 31, 1937 in Brooklyn. Son of Charles and Rose (Goodman) Appelson.


Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1959;Master of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1960;Master of Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin, 1961;Doctor of Education, Columbia University, 1972.


Professor art, Rowan College New Jersey, Glassboro, 1964-1966, 67-.


  • Other Work

    • One-person shows include St. Joseph's University, Merion, Pennsylvania, 1989, Johnson and Johnson World Headquarters Art Gallery, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1989, Center for the Arts of South Jersey, Marlton, New Jersey, 1991, Artists' House, Philadelphia, 1995. Group shows include Gallery at Cedar Hollow, Malvern, Pennsylvania, 1992, Franklin Mint, Franklin Center, Pennsylvania, 1992, Cheltenham (Pennsylvania) Center for the Arts, 1991, 93, American College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1993, Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, 1994, Federal Reserve Bank Philadelphia, 1994, Berman Museum at Ursinsa College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, 1994. Represented in public collections Columbia University, New York City, University Wisconsin, Madison, Luther (Iowa) College, Edgewood College, Madison, Auburn (Alabama) University, others.


Board member Cherry Hill (New Jersey) Arts Advisory Board, 1988-1994. Member American Color Print Society (Otto Lambert Grever award for lithography 1994), Philadelphia Water Color Club (board member 1990-1993, vice president 1993-1995, Thornton Oakley Memorial prize 1989, Village Art Shop award for excellence 1992), Cheltenham Printmaker's Guild.


Married Honora Baxt, August 30, 1964. Children: Hydi, Jamee, Dena.

Charles Appelson

Rose (Goodman) Appelson

Honora Baxt

Hydi Appelson

Jamee Appelson

Dena Appelson