Val Sivilli is an artist and adjunct professor of fine arts. After her formative years living, working and exhibiting in Brooklyn where she was a long time assistance to Leon Golub and Nancy Spero, Val relocated to the Delaware Valley in the 1990’s. During her time in Frenchtown, NJ,  Val was an active participant in the local arts community exhibiting broadly and founding the Steamroller Gallery, an artist collective.  She has taught at TCNJ, Mason Gross School of the Arts and currently at BucksCCC and RVCC. She was a fellow of the Wurlitzer Foundation, is currently a member of the newly formed Steamroller Group, she was the founder of THAT, The Hunterdon Art Tour and the Owner/Operator/ Educator at The Civilian School of Art, a virtual learning venue. Working primarily as a painter and occasionally a printmaker, Val sometimes writes and illustrate stories. Born in Brooklyn, raised on Long Island, she tends not to stray too far from the banks of the Delaware River on the west coast of New Jersey where you might find her playing the accordion somewhere.


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