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artist , educator

Marilyn Doris Lasarow, American artist, educator. Member of American Association of University Women, National Museum Women in Arts, Los Angeles Museum Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum Art (award 1966-1967), Cap and Gown, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Lasarow, Marilyn Doris was born on October 23, 1928 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Daughter of Samuel Irving and Molly Pearl Powell.

Education

Bachelor cum laude in Philosophy, Stanford University, 1950.

Career

Private art teacher, Los Angeles, 1968—2009.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Feigen Palmer Gallery, Los Angeles, 1967, exhibited in group shows at Purdue University, Indiana, 1965, Los Angeles County Museum Art, 1966, Feigen Palmer Gallery, Los Angeles, 1966, Occidental College, Eagle Rock, California, 1967, Lytton Gallery, Los Angeles, 1968, featured, in Los Angeles Times, Art Forum and Art in American, work appeared on cover, Home Section, Los Angeles Times, 1967.

Membership

Member of American Association of University Women, National Museum Women in Arts, Los Angeles Museum Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum Art (award 1966-1967), Cap and Gown, Phi Beta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, tennis, photography, filmmaking.

Connections

Married William Julius Lasarow, February 4, 1951. Children: Richard Michael, Elisabeth Hollins Lasarow Tozzi.

father:
Samuel Irving

mother:
Molly Pearl Powell

spouse:
William Julius Lasarow

children:
Richard Michael Lasarow

Elisabeth Hollins Lasarow Tozzi Lasarow