Dorothy Anderson Wasserman is a visual artist, photographer, art educator, tap dancer and choreographer. These careers have crisscrossed over the span of 4 decades, informing and enlivening the directions taken.
Since 1999 Dorothy has been creating Photo Collage using all her own photographs and assembling them by hand, with the finished work digitized and printed on archival paper. She also prints books of her photographs dating from 1968 to the present.
Dorothy was a Semifinalist in the National Portrait Gallery Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, Smithsonian Institution, 2016. She received the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Artist/Educator Initiative Fellow in 2005. Dorothy has shown her artwork since the 1970’s in various galleries and institutions across the United States. She recently moved from the New York City area to Tacoma, Washington.
Please visit the website www.dorothyandersonwasserman.com for a complete resume and an in depth narrative of her process.