Artist Bio: Renee Radell
This artist bio is arranged by decade to provide information about the dramatic life developments of American contemporary artist Renee Radell. With roots in Detroit, Michigan and trained at the Detroit Society of Arts & Crafts, Radell was a consistent award-winning watercolorist represented in the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Dearborn art Museum and the Walter P. Chrysler Museum.
While raising a family of five with husband and sculptor Lloyd Radell, she achieved mainstream representation in the New York art scene in the 1960s, where she was critically acclaimed for her powerful social commentary figurative paintings during the time of the Vietnam War and social unrest. Radell moved to New York in 1984 where she continued a prolific painting career until the present time.
Over a 70 year painting career, Renee Radell has never ceased to delight audiences and collectors with her signature combination of consummate aesthetic prowess and insightful comments concerning the human condition.