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Diane Churchill is a painter living in Nyack, NY with a studio at GAGA, Garnerville, NY. She exhibits widely in New York City and Rockland County with occasional forays into other parts of the world.  Her work has been reviewed by The New York Times on several occasions and written about by David Shapiro and former Ms. Magazine editor Harriet Lyons.  Churchill’s work is in numerous collections including the Peter Jay Sharp Foundation, the Geraldine Dodge Foundation, Bellvue Hospital in NYC and Chase Manhattan Bank, NYC.  In addition to her studio and curatorial practice, Churchill was the organizer of Conversations at SOHO20 (Chelsea).  She has organized panels and discussions on a range of feminist inspired topics such as women’s labor, sex trafficking, child soldiers, and the legacy of the feminist art movement in New York City.


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