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An Englewood, NJ, resident, Dorrie Rifkin paints from her passions. Thirty years’ experience as an award-winning art director ignited and cemented a life-long love affair with typography. Her other passions -- music, New York City, and family – are palpable in her work. Every painting has a personal story. “I’m lucky to live near the City, and spend a lot of time there,” Rifkin says. “Usually, I bring a camera or sketchbook. Running out of things to paint would mean that I am not doing much of anything with my life.” Her paintings have won more than 18 prizes, many in international and national juried shows. She is a signature member of the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, the Northeast Watercolor Society, and the Baltimore Watercolor Society. Dorrie’s work has been selected for both Splash 14: Light and Color and Splash 15: Creative Solutions (North Light Books, out summer 2013 and summer 2014, respectively). She was profiled in Watercolor Artist magazine’s December 2010 “Ones to Watch” feature. Ranging in size from 20”x 30” to 7”x 7”, Dorrie’s paintings are in several private collections in the U.S. and Europe. Her NYC/NJ-themed prints adorned sets and locations on NBC’s Prime Suspect TV series (2011). The cover art for Grand Central Station’s Connections, celebrating the terminal’s winter 2011 centennial, was her iconic painting of its interior. Collectible cards, comprising both miniatures of her larger paintings and new original works, have begun to sell like hotcakes in better NYC department stores and via the Internet. To contact Dorrie or see her work -- e-mail: drifkin@dorrierifkin.com web site: www.dorrierifkin.com etsy: www.dfrdesign.etsy.com tumblr: www.dorrierifkin.tumblr.com facebook: DorrieRifkinWatercolorArtist joined Society6 on May 22, 2012

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An Englewood, NJ, resident, Dorrie Rifkin paints from her passions. Thirty years’ experience as an award-winning art director ignited and cemented a life-long love affair with typography. Her other passions -- music, New York City, and family – are palpable in her work. Every painting has a personal story. “I’m lucky to live near the City, and spend a lot of time there,” Rifkin says. “Usually, I bring a camera or sketchbook. Running out of things to paint would mean that I am not doing much of anything with my life.” Her paintings have won more than 18 prizes, many in international and national juried shows. She is a signature member of the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, the Northeast Watercolor Society, and the Baltimore Watercolor Society. Dorrie’s work has been selected for both Splash 14: Light and Color and Splash 15: Creative Solutions (North Light Books, out summer 2013 and summer 2014, respectively). She was profiled in Watercolor Artist magazine’s December 2010 “Ones to Watch” feature. Ranging in size from 20”x 30” to 7”x 7”, Dorrie’s paintings are in several private collections in the U.S. and Europe. Her NYC/NJ-themed prints adorned sets and locations on NBC’s Prime Suspect TV series (2011). The cover art for Grand Central Station’s Connections, celebrating the terminal’s winter 2011 centennial, was her iconic painting of its interior. Collectible cards, comprising both miniatures of her larger paintings and new original works, have begun to sell like hotcakes in better NYC department stores and via the Internet. To contact Dorrie or see her work -- e-mail: drifkin@dorrierifkin.com web site: www.dorrierifkin.com etsy: www.dfrdesign.etsy.com tumblr: www.dorrierifkin.tumblr.com facebook: DorrieRifkinWatercolorArtist

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