Doni Silver Simons, a Los Angeles based multi-media artist, graduated from Wayne State University with an MFA in drawing and from the University of Pittsburgh with bachelor in Studio Arts. Silver Simons was born in Springfield, MA, in 1947. Silver Simons has exhibited extensively in solo and group shows in galleries and museums in the USA and Israel (Detroit Institute of Art, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art-Los Angeles, Mishkan le’ Omanut, Ein Harod).
2013 De-noue-ment (n), Shulamit Gallery, Venice, CA 2011 It’s About Time …, Slutzky Art Gallery, Irvine, CA 2010 August: Doni Silver Simons, new paintings and performance, Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Santa Monica,CA 2009 Marked, featuring Omer 5769 An Installation/A Performance, Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, CA
2013 Jerusalem Biennale, Wolfson Museum, Jerusalem Sacred Words, Sacred Texts, AJU, Los Angeles, CA Incognito, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA 2012 Matronita: Jewish Feminist Art, Mishkan Le’Omanut,EinHarod FRESH 2012, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles,CA
Silver Simons is a recipient of the Santa Monica Fellowship Projects Grant (2014); Works in Public Places Project, Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art and the City of Los Angeles (1978);and was an invited artist for the Michigan Workshop of Fine Prints, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and Michigan Council of Arts (1976).
Silver Simons is represented in Southern California by Shulamit Gallery, Venice ,CA.
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