Dorothy Meredith

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American artist and educator

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According to Wikipedia, Dorothy Laverne Meredith was an American artist and educator. She was known for her fiber art and abstract watercolor paintings. Early life and education Dorothy Laverne Meredith was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 17, 1906, to Ida Simmerling and William Meredith. Her mother was also an artist. She attended Layton School of Art, and graduated in 1927, followed by Milwaukee State Teachers College and graduated in 1933 with a Bachelor of Education . Additionally she got a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art, where she studied with Maija Grotell. Meredith was active in the New Deal Federal Art Project in Wisconsin.

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