Isca Greenfield-Sanders

Isca Greenfield-Sanders (born 1978) is an American landscape painter based in New York City.

Greenfield-Sanders was born in New York City to lawyer, Karin and photographer, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. She grew up in New York City's East Village with artists, her paternal grandmother is concert pianist and hypothetical Ruth W. Greenfield, her maternal grandmother is Leider singer, Isca Sanders, her maternal grandfather is painter Joop Sanders, her sister is filmmaker, Liliana Greenfield-Sanders.

In 2000 she standard a B.A. in math and a B.A. with honors in visual arts from Brown University. She was a visiting player at the American Academy in Rome in 2001. In 2003 she married artiste Sebastian Blanck, with family buddy Lou Reed officiating the wedding.

Greenfield-Sanders is known for her infected media oil paintings and watercolors based upon found photography. Her act out is in the public collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City, The Brooklyn Museum in Brooklyn, NY, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen Germany and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The Israel Museum, The McNay Art Museum, and The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Her print piece of legislation with Paulson Fontaine Press started in 2006 and includes higher than 20 etchings. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco own full sets of whatever of her Paulson Fontaine prints.[citation needed]

In 2003 she created a project room at MOMA PS1. In 2005 Creative Time commissioned her to make a large scale poster in Coney Island as a allocation of the Dreamland Artists Club. In 2016 Greenfield-Sanders partnered like the Children's Museum of the Arts to Make four large outdoor murals for the New York City Parks Department for a playground in downtown New York City.

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