Student Leonardi DaVinci Cultural Center, New York, 1934-1937, Poppenhusen Institute, New York, 1936-1937, Delphic Studios, New York, 1937, Cooper Union Institute, New York, 1937-1939.
Free-lance professional sculptor and artist. One woman shows include: Halifax History Society, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1978, Ormond Memorial Art Gallery, Ormond Beach, Florida, 1979. Group shows: Brockton (Massachusetts) Art Center, 1972, United Federation Doll Clubs, Detroit, 1970, Los Angeles, 1971, Omaha, 1972, Louisville, 1973, Miami, 1974, San Francisco, 1976, San Diego, 1977, Hartford, Connecticut, 1973, 77, Seattle, 1972, Denver, 1978, New York City, 1979, Akron, Ohio, 1979, Washington-Baltimore, 1980, St. Louis, 1981, Bedford, New Hampshire, 1982, Kansas City, Kansas, 1982, Patchogue, New York, 1982, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1983, Ormond Beach, Florida, 1983, Flushing (New York) Council Women's Clubs, 1977, 78, National League American Pen Women, 1974, 75, 76, 77, 78, Daytona Automobile Conference (Florida), 1983, Daytona Community College, 1983, Daytona Museum Arts and Sciences, 1983.
Represented in permanent collections: Wee Lassie Doll Museum, Homstead, Florida, Museum City New York, Strong Museum, Pittsford, New York, Morristown (New Jersey) Museum Arts and Sciences. Presented work to President Nixon, 1972. Delaware, art chairman Flushing Council Women's Clubs, since 1975.
Member of International Doll Academy, Dutchess Art Association, International Doll Clubs, Flushing Art League, Doll Collector's Guild New York, National League American Pen Women (special award 1974), National Institute American Doll Artist, Inc. (award of excellence 1970), Dollology Club Washington, Sculpture, United Federation Doll Clubs.
Married Joseph A. Sullo, October 12, 1947. Children: Susan Ann, Donna Rose, Peter Adam.