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artist , sculptor

Karen Laub-Novak, American artist, sculptor.


Laub-Novak, Karen was born on August 25, 1937 in Minneapolis.


Bachelor, Carleton College, 1959. Master of Fine Arts, University Iowa, 1961. Studied with Oskar Kokoschka.

Studied with Mauricio Lasansky.


Free-lance artist, sculptor, painter, lithographer, 1963—2009. Instructor Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, 1961-1962, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1965-1968, State University of New York, Old Westbury, 1970, Syracuse (New York ) University, 1976-1978, Mount Vernon College, Washington, 1979, Georgetown University, Washington, 1980-1981.


  • Other Work

    • One-man and group shows include Union Court Gallery, San Francisco, Los Robles Gallery, Palo Alto, California, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Yale University, New Haven Connecticut, Rochester Art Center, Des Moines Art Museum, Fox Hall Gallery, Washington, Union Station, Washington, St. Petersburgh, Russia, 2003, others. Sculptures commissioned for Empower American, Becket Fund, American Enterprise Institute, Youth for the Third Millennium, Manhattan Institute, others. Represented in private collections St. Vincent's Arch-Abbey, Ambassador M. Brement, Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, Philip Merrill.


Married Michael Novak. 3 children.

Michael Novak