Koo Schadler Biography
Koo Schadler graduated from Tufts University in 1984 with a BA in Art History.
After graduating she traveled throughout Europe and eventually settled in
Florence, Italy where she pursued art history and painting studies.
On returning to the states in 1986 she moved to California where she was
introduced to egg tempera through artist Chester Arnold at the College of Marin.
In the 90's Koo returned east and settled in a small town in Southern New
Hampshire. For three years she studied classical oil painting with Numael and
Shirley Pulido, while pursuing egg tempera studies on her own. She established
a studio where she now pursues full time the study and creation of egg tempera
paintings and silverpoint drawings.
Koo is a Master painter of The Copley Society of Boston. She is a contributing
editor at The Artist's Magazine and a board member of the Society of Tempera
Painters. Koo teaches painting and design workshops around the US and
abroad. Her work is represented by the J. Cacciola Gallery, New York, Arden
Gallery in Boston, MA, and Tree's Place in Orleans, MA.
Koo Schadler's paintings and drawings are in over 400 private, corporate, and
museum collections nationwide.
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