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Madge Huntington, American artist, author. Recipient Court of Honor award Craft Fair 10, 1975. Member of American Craft Council (Merit award 1975).

Background

Huntington, Madge was born on July 9, 1937 in Port Jefferson, New York, United States. Daughter of William Reed Huntington and Katrina (Roelker) Huntington Stokes.

Education

Bachelor, Radcliffe College, 1958. Master of Arts, Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, 1971.

Career

Owner, operator Huntington Designs, New York City, since 1974. Instructor Parsons School of Design, since 1984. Artist-in-residence Nassau Community College, Garden City, 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A Short History of China, a Traveler's Companion, 1986. Contributor articles to professional publications. One-woman shows include Second Story Spring St., SOHO, New York City, 1975, Pandion Gallery, Limited, Fisher's Island, New York, 1979, Suzanne Gross Gallery, Philadelphia, 1980-1981, Kornbluth Gallery, Fair Lawn, New Jersey, 1982, exhibited in group shows at The Works Gallery, Philadelphia, 1978, Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, New York, 1982, Nassau Community College Firehouse Gallery, Garden City, New Jersey, 1984, Gayle Willson Gallery, Southampton, New York, 1985, Represented in permanent collections throughout United States.

Membership

Member of American Craft Council (Merit award 1975).

Connections

Married Sergio A. Truini, April 3, 1959 (divorced July 1970). Children: Margot, Stefano, William, Adrian. Married Arnold M. Cooper, June 28, 1973.

father:
William Reed Huntington Stokes

mother:
Katrina (Roelker) Huntington Stokes

spouses:
Sergio A. Truini

Arnold M. Cooper

children:
Margot Huntington

Stefano Huntington

William Huntington

Adrian Huntington