Sharon Knettell first studied art at the Chaffee-Loomis School with Sanford Lowe, director of the New Britain Museum of Art, attended the Boston Museum School and studied painting with Eugene Tonoff of Providence, Rhode Island. A former illustrator, portrait artist and Rhode Island School of Design instructor, she is currently devoting her time to painting. Her work is featured in the new book Women in Art: The Great Female Artists from the Middle Ages to The Modern Era by Reinhard Fuchs.
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