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art educator

Regine Petrosky, American art educator. Recipient award Grumbacher/Koh-I-Noor, 1993, Winsor and Newton Company, 1989, 93.

Background

Petrosky, Regine was born on October 28, 1937 in Ihlauschen, Germany. Came to the United States, 1951. Daughter of Bruno Max and Hedwig Louise (Ambrosius) Mallwitz.

Education

Graduate, New York School Industrial Art, 1956. Postgraduate, Queens Community College, New York, 1973. Postgraduate, Columbia Greene Community College, Hudson, New York, 1989.

Career

Staff art and pattern making department, Simplicity Patterns, New York City, 1956-1957; staff expediting, Bucilla Company, Long Island, New York, 1972-1973; clerk, dispatcher, United Parcel Svc., Maspeth, New York, 1973-1984; instructor art, Columbia Greene Community College, Hudson, since 1985. Director activities St. Joseph's Villa, Catskill, New York, since 1995. Freelance designer numerous magazines, since 1977.

Membership

Member Bethlehem Art Association (chair prize and show 1996), Kent Art Association, Hudson River Watercolor Society, Hudson-Athens Lighthouse Preservation Society (consultant interior restoration), Greene County Photography Club (trustee, board directors), Greene County Arts and Crafts Guild, Inc. (trustee, president, Art award 1993, 94, 95).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: gardening, trout fishing, needlework, nature crafts, tai chi.

Connections

Married Anthony William Petrosky, February 2, 1957. Children: Debora, Phylis (deceased).

father:
Bruno Max Mallwitz

mother:
Hedwig Louise (Ambrosius) Mallwitz

spouse:
Anthony William Petrosky

children:
Phylis Petrosky (deceased)

Debora Petrosky