Stephanie Marcus paints in her Brooklyn NY studio. Computer graphics has opened a new way to paint or plan a work in oils. She honed her appreciation for form and light, and an eye for motion and fleeting moments with photography. Graphic design developed strong composition and pattern. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Life, New Jersey Monthly, L’Express, Esquire and various art books. She taught photography at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. High School of Music & Art in Manhattan. BFA from Syracuse University, Cum Laude, learning oil painting from Robert Goodnough. MA in Computer Art from the NY Institute of Technology, With Distinction. Photography courses with Philippe Halsman and Dennis Stock.Ms. Marcus has exhibited in group shows on Long Island at the Art League (Juror, Burt Silverman), Gallery North, (Juror, Philip Pearlstein), the Huntington Petite Gallery (Juror, Kevin McEvoy). And in New York City at the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Annual Exhibition, Pen & Brush, the Brooklyn Museum GO studio tour, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Saint Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery, the Multi-media Arts Gallery, and a solo show at the Soho Photo Gallery. A winner in the 2011 ArtSlant Showcase Competition Cycle. To introduce a new generation to fine art, she volunteers as a guide for public school students at the Brooklyn Museum through the Artworks NYC program.