|EDITH MAE BRISAC (1894-1974)...Born: Walton, New York. |
Studied: Pratt Institute; Columbia University; Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris; Cranbrook Academy of Art; Arthur Young.
Member: Texas FA Association.; SSAL; NAWPS; NYWCC.
Exhibited: Coronado Cuarto Centennial Exposition, 1941; West Texas Exhibition, 1938 (prize), 1940 (prize), 1944 (prize), 1946 (prize); Dallas Museum of Fine Art, 1941 (prize); University of California, 1942 (medal); LOC, 1944-46; BM, 1939; Carnegie Inst., 1944; Laguna Beach AA,1945; WFNY,1939; Texas FA Assn.,1937-46; SSAL, 1939-45; Kansas City AI, 1935-41; Tex. General Exh., 1939-46. Work: Dallas Museum.
A long-time resident of Denton, Texas, Edith Brisac was a painter, printmaker, and teacher who studied art at Columbia University, Pratt Institute, and Cranbrook. She exhibited in Albuquerque in 1941 at the Coronado Cuarto Centennial Exposition.
Biographical information courtesy Askart & Who's.