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artist , restorationist

Joan Helen Farrenkopf, American restorationist, artist. Achievements include restoration of old Victorian houses that became national historical district. Recipient Pat Earle award, Preservation League Central New York, 1981, Preservation award, History Wilmington Foundation, 1990-1992; scholar, London College Printing, 1974.

Background

Farrenkopf, Joan Helen was born on August 7, 1953 in Massillon, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Robert and Elizabeth F. Student, London College Printing, 1974.

Education

Student, London College Printing, 1974. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1975.

Career

President Farrenkopf Designs, Syracuse, New York, since 1976. Teacher Everson Museum Art, 1972, Marshall University, 1975, Cortland Arts Council, 1979.

Achievements

  • Achievements include restoration of old Victorian houses that became national historical district.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Canton Cultural Center., 1974, Lowe Art Center, 1974, Syracuse University, 1974, Massillon Museum, 1973, Marshall University, 1979, Canton Art Institute, 1979, Everson Museum, 1979.

Membership

Member of National & Professional Women (New York State Young Careerist award 1982), North-East Hawley Development Association (board directors), National Trust Historic Preservation, Landmarks Society Central New York (executive board), Tully History Society (trustee).

Connections

father:
Robert Farrenkopf

mother:
Elizabeth Farrenkopf