Dagmar Frinta was born on the tip of Manhattan during the year the Broadway Bridge was being built over the northern bend of the Harlem River, a few blocks away. She has worked in both the Fine and Applied Arts for over 30 years. She has shown in Rome, NYC, Hudson and in Plzen. She has studied traditional craftsmanship in England, including Violin Making School in Cambridge and Gobelin Tapestry in Chichester through the Victoria and Albert Museum. She was recently at The American Academy in Rome on a Visiting Scholar/Artist Program, researching Etruscan Proportions.
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