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artist , educator

Miharu Qualkinbush Lane, American artist, educator. Certified desktop public University Scranton, 2001. Partnership in the Arts grantee East Stroudsburg University Foundation, 1999; grantee East Stroudsburg University Foundation, 2005, Faculty Development and Research Grant, East Stroudsburg University, 2001, 05, 06, 1st prize Celebration of the Arts, Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania, 2004.


Lane, Miharu Qualkinbush was born on April 3, 1948 in Fukuoka, Japan. Came to the United States, 1958. Daughter of Donald Nelson and Shizuko Moriyama Qualkinbush.


Bachelor of Fine Arts, East Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania, 1991. Master of Fine Arts, Marywood University, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1995.


Artist, painter, printmaker Art Spectrum, New York City, 1978-1985. Artist, printmaker Fine Arts 260, Book of the Month Club, 1978-1979, Collector's Guild, Doubleday Company Incorporated, New York York City, 1978-1982, New York Graphics Society, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1979—1980, Original Print Collectors Group Ltd., New York City, 1982—2004. Associate professor art East Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania, since 1996.

Grant evaluator, faculty department Pennsylvania State Systems of Higher Education, Harrisburg, 1998-1999. Advisory board multicultural affairs East Stroudsburg University, since 2005, task force faculty diversity, since 2005.


  • Certified desktop public University Scranton, 2001.


  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York, 1984, Middleton Gallery, 1984, 85, 86, Madelon Powers Gallery, East Stroudsburg University, 1980, 92, 2000, 2003, Millersville University, 1999, George Mason University, 1997, Pennsylvania State University, 1998, Antoine Dutot Museum and Gallery, Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, Wittaker Center for Sciences and Art, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 2000, Maryland Institute College Art, 2001-2004, Synagogue for the Arts, Tribeca, New York, 2004, Suraci Gallery, Marywood University, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 2008.


Member Pocono Arts Council, since 1998. Fellow: Association Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (scholarship committee 2001-2006). Member: Thomas Cole National Historic Site, East Stroudsburg University Society for the Arts.


Married Edward Anthony Lane, July 10, 1970. Children: Adam Shaw, Lauren Belle.

Donald Nelson

Shizuko Moriyama Qualkinbush

Edward Anthony Lane

Adam Shaw Lane

Lauren Belle Lane