Biography

Francophile, art educator, writer and artist, Dana Cibulski’s extensive collection is as varied as her lineage. Born in 1959 in New Orleans, LA, she is a graduate of the University of New Orleans, LA, where she earned a B.A. degree in 1982 and an M.F.A. from City College of the City University of New York, NY in 1984. Cibulski also attended the Universitat Innsbruck in Australia. Dana Cibulski resided in Atlanta from 1988-1996, during which time she was a University Instructor at the Atlanta College of Art. Prior to teaching in Atlanta, she taught at her alma mater, City College of CUNY, NY from 1984-88 prior to a teaching stint at Fordham University in 1983. A contributor to Art Papers, Cibulski serves as the Paris correspondent. The culmination of teaching art, creating art and writing art editorials, coincides with her extensive solo exhibitions, which include Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, GA; Gallery Juno, NY and Kyle Bedding Gallery in Denver, CO. In addition, public art commissions include Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, New York Transit Authority, Puerto Rico Hyatt Regency Hotel and First Union Bank, Charlotte, NC. Highlights from her collection also include the HIGH Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA; Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, LA and King and Spalding, Ltd., Atlanta, GA. Dominant themes of Dana Cibulski’s collection often relate to aviary genres, travel, landscapes, poetry and dream analysis.

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