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Joyce L. Stillman-Myers Edit Profile

artist , educator , illustrator , consultant , writer

Joyce L. Stillman-Myers, artist, educator, writer, illustrator, consultant. Certified early childhood & art K-12 teacher New York State. Recipient Flower Painting award, Artist's Magazine, 1986, Distinctive Merit award, Art Director's Club 58th Annual, 1979; grant, New York State Creative Artist's, 1979.


Stillman-Myers, Joyce L. Daughter of Murray W. and Evelyn (Berger) Stillman.


Bachelor, New York University, 1964. Student, Art Students League, 1965. Student, Pratt Institute, 1972.

Master of Fine Arts, Long Island University, 1975. Postgrad., California Institute Integral Studies, since 1994.


Teacher New York City Public Schools, 1964-1971. Artist, 1974-1976, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York City, 1975-1984, Tolarno Gallery, Melbourne, Australia, since 1976, Allan Stone Gallery, New York City, since 1990. Founder CoCreative Institute Art, Fingerlakes Region.

Associate professor Towson University, Maryland, 1981. Visiting associate professor Towson State University, 1982. Adjunct professor Tompkins Cortland Community College, 1988.

Lecturer Cornell University, 1990. Founder Ithaca Women Artists Salon, Artistic Applications Decorative Arts Center. Professor art studies Tompkins County Community College, 1986.

Private art instructor, Odessa, New York, since 1986, Ithaca, since 1986.


  • Certified early childhood & art K-12 teacher New York State.


  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Central Hall Gallery, Port Washington, 1975, Tolarno Gallery, Melbourne, 1976, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York City, 1977, 1980-1982, Heckscher Museum, Huntington, New York, 1980, Holtzman Gallery, Towson (Maryland) State University, 1982, Roslyn Oxley Gallery, Sydney, 1976, 1982, Tomasulo Gallery, Union College, New Jersey, 1983, Stages Keuka College, Keuka Park, New York, 1985, New Visions, Ithaca, New York, 1989, Her-Chambliss, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1990, Artist on the Lake, Hector, New York, 1992, Arnot Museum, Elmira, New York, Museum Modern Art Christmas Card Collection, 1994, Arnot Museum, Elmira, New York, 2002, over 75 group shows, designer, Museum Modern Art Christmas Card Collection, 1978-1981, 1994, Time-Life Poster, 1978, Doing Dionysos, Arts of the Southern Trees, 2000-2002.


Literacy volunteer; donor Humane Society, Peta, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, World Wildlife Fund, National Wildlife Fund, Defenders of Animals. Member of American Association of University Women, Community Arts Partnership, National Association Women Artists.


Murray W. Stillman

Evelyn (Berger) Stillman