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The subjects she paints are unremarkable -- utilitarian structures, non-descript buildings and interiors, landscapes and seascapes -- ubiquitous in our experience and imagination. But she reveals them as singular, strange as well as familiar, disturbing as well as commonplace. Her work has won many awards, has been exhibited widely, and is in many public, corporate, and private collections, including the National Museum of Israel, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Butler Institute of American Art. In June 2003, she had a show at the New York Public Library.