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Dorothy’s show “Portraits in Time” at Gallery 110 in June 2018 was reviewed by the online Seattle news blog CROSSCUT and listed under “10 Things to do in Seattle.” Reviewed by Michael Upchurch. “This small show is a dazzler” Read the full review: https://crosscut.com/2018/06/10-things-do-seattle

Dorothy had work accepted in 2 juried shows this summer (2018): Gallery 114 in Portland, Oregon and The Anacortes Arts Festival in Anacortes, Washington.

“Iris in Black and White” was jury selected to be in the show “Generous Kingdom II” at the Verum Ultimum Art Gallery, Portland, Oregon. Opening reception is December 2, 2017 and will run through early January 2018.

Dorothy has been accepted as a new member of Gallery 110, Seattle, Washington. One of her works will be on display December 2017. Visit the website for future shows.
www.gallery110.com

Solo Art Exhibition “Inside Looking Out” at the South Orange Performing Arts Center, The Herb & Milly Iris Gallery, South Orange, NJ, December 16, 2016 to Feb. 23, 2017.

“David in C Minor” was picked for the 2016 Open Juried Regional Exhibition at the VETS Gallery in Providence RI.  September through October, 2016.

Recently Dorothy’s work titled, “Self-Portrait as Maria Portinari”, was chosen as a Semifinalist, Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2016, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Out of 2500 entries nationally, 100 were picked as semifinalists. Click here to see more

Recent article from the New Jersey Herald talking about Dorothy’s work and career.
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Article in the Hunterdon County Democrat:
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Dorothy had a One Woman Show called “Multi Verse” at the Durham Arts Council, Durham North Carolina March 6- April 27, 2015. To read a review, go to this link:

Recent Article from the Herald Sun by Blue Greenberg click here.

2006 recipient of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Artist/Educator Grant. Dorothy was awarded $6,000. to make the two collages "First Avenue South" and "Wherever You Go, There You Are", based on her family's Saint Cloud, Minnesota heritage.

Favorite Websites

For those who might think that Dorothy Wasserman, the tap dancer, is someone else...look no further! It's me! Go to my website for videos, photos and information:  www.thedorothyshimsham.com


Richard Edelman is a photographer and master printer. He does all the printing of my collage, with care and artistry. Go to his website to view his fine work and studio information:
www.woodstockgraphicsstudio.com