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Born and raised in Paris, France, Spolidor earned her MFA from the University of Paris X Nanterre in 2000. Twelve years ago she moved to the U.S. and has been interested in researching and painting the history of the Bay Area. Taking inspiration from the work of Henri Matisse, Gustav Klimt and Frida Kahlo, Spolidor primarily does figurative painting, but also enjoys developing her subject matter through printmaking, encaustic, stained glass and mural. In addition to creating her own art, Spolidor also teaches art classes in French at her studio at the Art Center of Redwood City and San Carlos, located in San Carlos.
Death of an activist: Rachel Corrie was a college student who loved Salvador Dali and Pat Benatar, She was just 23 years old when she left her home in Olympia, Washington, to follow her political beliefs into the Middle East, She ended up trying to stand her ground in the path of an Israeli bulldozer ballet shoes, ballet sticker, ballet decal, wall decals, wall art, wall stickers, girls bedroom, ballet dancer, ballet studio, w and being crushed to death, dying for her belief in a Palestinian homeland, Crafted by the late actor/director Alan Rickman and journalist Katharine Viner, “My Name Is Rachel Corrie” tells the story of the American activist, The Sawtooth Productions touring play, which has generated plenty of controversy with its condemnation of Israel’s treatment of Palestinans, begins a run at Magic Theatre in San Francisco April 27, Details: Through May 14; Building D at Fort Mason complex, San Francisco; $25-$50; 415-441-8822, magictheatre.org.— Karen D’Souza, Staff..
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