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artist , art educator

Joy Doreen Baker, American art educator, artist. Member International Women's Museum, San Francisco, National Museum Women in Arts, Washington; active Sunday youth and family program Congregation Emanu-El.

Background

Baker, Joy Doreen Daughter of Herman D. and Sylvia Newfield Bragin.

Education

Associate, Fashion Institute of Technology, 1957. Certified in Graphic Design and Textile Design, School Visual Arts, New York City, 1980. Student, Trotta School Fine Arts, Queens.

Career

Assistant buyer active sportswear Lord & Taylor, New York City, 1956. Showroom sales representative Brooks & Company, 1956—1957. Owner, designer, partner Studio J, Inc., Washington, 1968—1978.

Public relations, direct mail campaign Abbeville Press, Incorporated, New York York City, 1978—1985. Marketing researcher EJ Rhodes Associates, 1985—1990. Owner, designer, administrator Joy Designs, Inc.

Member faculty Fine Arts School, Educational Alliance, New York City, 1992—1996. Instructor department fashion Academy Art University, San Francisco, since 2002. Member executive committee Washington Fashion Group.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include Florida, Washington, New York City, San Francisco.

Membership

Member International Women's Museum, San Francisco, National Museum Women in Arts, Washington. Active Sunday youth and family program Congregation Emanu-El.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Museums, theater, travel, reading, learning Italian.

Connections

Children: Amy Beth Baker-Bridge, Lawrence Adam.

father:
Herman D.

mother:
Sylvia Newfield Bragin

children:
Amy Beth Baker-Bridge Baker

Lawrence Adam Baker