Marjorie Kramer, painter of direct experience, lived in NYC for years, now also considers Vermont home. Some history: Cooper Union days. 1963, Buying cheap land in Vermont. Helping to found the New York Studio School, studied with Charles Cajori and Mercedes Matter. Modeling for Philip Pearlstein, Lois Dodd and friends. Then sharing the running of Lucien Day’s Green Mountain Gallery, becoming a feminist, coordinating shows for women artists, “marrying my beloved Sam Thurston and raising daughter Raloon,“ teaching drawing and painting at Johnson State College and always painting. She loves cooperatives in art, in food. Spends two months per year in NYC. Subjects: flowers, landscapes and self-portraits.