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Alison Winfield-Burns (author of “Jack Kerouac School(girl) of Disembodied Poetics” and “Ivy League Bohemians: A Girl Among Boys”) is a New York painter and the god-daughter of Abbess Ildegarde Ghinassi and Lady Jeanne Campbell in Rome. Alison is betrothed to Sam Kashner since 2010.
Alison has a Merit Award from the National Academy and exhibitions include the first annual “Deck the Walls” at Manhattan’s New York Academy of Art (work sold). Her paintings have hung at International Rescue Committee (IRC) Headquarters in New York and the Republic of Korea Permanent Mission to the United Nations. She is an alumna of Columbia University (Art and Astronomy) and a former NASA Research Fellow at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. As a teenager, Alison was an early student of Allen Ginsberg at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, 1982.
2016 Local Delicacies: Alison Winfield-Burns, Gallery at Lifebridge Sanctuary, Rosendale/Kingston, NY (Opening reception May 22, 2016, supporting United Nations Sustainable Development Goals)
2018 Greenpoint Gallery Grand Salon, Brooklyn, NY (Pending weather allows artist to travel, January 2018)
2017 Saugerties Artist’s Studio Tour and Historical Society (Barn Gallery), Saugerties, NY
2016/17 Various Group Shows at Emerge Gallery, Saugerties, NY Reviewed in Poughkeepsie Journal
2009 Deck The Walls, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY (work sold)
1996 Juried Fresco Exhibition, National Academy Museum, New York, NY (Merit Award)
1996 Merit Award, National Academy, New York, NY
2007 Student Team X, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Comet Lander Design, Pasadena, CA
BA Visual Arts, Columbia University
BS Astronomy, Columbia University