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Rebecca Ann Kramer, American Artist. Senator Pat Williams/Fell-Oskins grantee U. Montana, 1990. Board of directors, vice president Bitterroot Homeowner's Association, Lolo, Montana, 1985-1992. Member Women's Caucus Art (founder Montana chapter 1994), Greater Missoula Visual Artists (member steering committee 1989-1991).

Background

Kramer, Rebecca Ann was born on June 28, 1953 in Adrian, Minnesota, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, South Dakota State University, 1977. Master of Fine Arts, University Montana, 1991.

Career

Freelance painter, sculptor, Missoula, Montana, since 1980. Exhibition curator Greater Missoula Visual Artists Gallery Tours, 1989-1991, Missoula Sister City Art Exhibit for Neckergemund, Germany, 1994. Curator Missoula Cultural Exchange, 1992-1994.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in shows at Northern Pacific Gallery, Missoula, 1990, Allistar Gold Gallery, Missoula, 1991, Gallery of Visual Arts/U. Montana, Missoula, 1991, Missoula Museum Arts, 1992, 93, Ruggero Maggi, Milan, 1992, Montana State University, Bozeman, 1992, Pacific Art Center, Seattle, 1993, Missoula Cultural Exchange, 1994, Alt Rathaus Museum, Neckargem√ľnd, Germany, 1994, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, 1994, Taos Art Association, 1996, 98, Artcore Brewery Annex, Los Angeles, 1999, Maitland (Florida) Art Museum, 2004, others. Represented in collections, including University Montana.

Membership

Board directors, vice president Bitterroot Homeowner's Association, Lolo, Montana, 1985-1992. News editor Missoula Master of Science Support Group, since 2001. Member Women's Caucus for Art (founder Montana chapter 1994, member national board since 2001, Rocky Mountain Reg. vice president since 2002), Greater Missoula Visual Artists (member steering committee 1989-1991), Friendship Force Inernat.

(board directors since 2002), Five Valleys Orchid Society (officer since 2002).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: skiing, traveling, boating.

Connections

M. Richard P. Kramer, December 27, 1975.