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Stefany Blyn, American artist. Recipient Toppan Prize for Drawing, Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, 1974, Undiscoverd Artists award, Jewish Community Center, Richmond, 1979, Faculty Grant-in-Aid, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 1980, Purchase Acquistion, Best Products, Inc., Eatontown, New Jersey, 1981.


Blyn, Stefany was born on February 8, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of George and Charlotte Anne (Lilly) Blyn.


Certified in Painting, Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1974. Bachelor summa cum laude, Rutgers University, 1975. Master of Fine Arts, Columbia University, 1978.


Instructor Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 1979-1982. Lecturer, Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1985. Adjunct instructor Middlesex County College, Edison, New Jersey, 1988-1992, East Carolina University, 1992-1993, Newark School Fine and Industrial Arts, 1994-1996.

Artist member 1708 East Main Gallery, Richmond, 1979-1982, Ward-Nasse Gallery, 1992-1994. Artist studio resident Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, 1983. Studio artist, Process Status 1, The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Queens, New York, 1978-1979.


  • Other Work

    • One-person shows include Parker-Bratton Gallery, New York City, 1987. Two-person exhibition, “Artist in Residence” Gallery Gallery, New York City, 1987. Three-person exhibition, 1708 Gallery, 1999.

      Other exhibitions include The Greater Midwest International, Bronx Museum of the Arts Satellite Gallery, 1991, The Greensboro Artists' League 21st Annual Travelling Competition 1991, Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York City, Greensboro (North Carolina) Cultural Center, 10th Anniversary Exhibition, 1708 East Main Gallery, 1989, University Texas (tyler), 1988, Muhlenberg College, 1986, Trenton State College, 1985, A Decade of Visual Arts at Princeton University, 1985.


Member Artists Equity, Organisation Indiana Artists, College Art Association, Women's Caucus for Art (newsletter educated 1984). Fellow Fellowship of Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts.


George Blyn

Charlotte Anne (Lilly) Blyn