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Lorraine Inzalaco
 
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Lorraine Inzalaco
 
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  Lorraine Inzalaco (b. 1946) has devoted her career as an artist to creating images featuring women loving women. She holds an M.F.A. from Queens College, New York and has been a studio artist for more than thirty years.

"Creating art as a celebration of my love for women and being loved by women is natural subject matter for me," Inzalaco writes. "I also believe queer women have a need, in our culture, to view positive, intimate portrayals; loving, self-defined images of our passions."

More about Lorraine Inzalaco

To view more of Inzalaco's work and to learn more about her biography, please visit www.inzalaco-lesbianart.com. Inzalaco encourages collectors to contact her directly at (520) 320-1917 or through her Web site.

 
 

 

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