Coreen Mary Spellman

     Coreen Mary Spellman (1905-1978) was a Denton, Texas artist first studying in Dallas with artist Vivian Aunspaugh and in Denton at the Texas Women's University (then College of Industrial Arts). She earned a Master of Arts Degree both from the Columbia University & the University of Iowa. A Carnegie Scholarship was granted to Spellman in 1927 for Summer study at Harvard. Afterwards she studied at the Art Students League in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago. Spellman taught art at the Denton Women's College from 1925 until her retirement in 1974 and also in the 1940's at the Dallas Museum of FIne Arts School in Dallas, Texas.



    Coreen Mary Spellman was widely exhibited including exhibits of special note are the Edgar B. Davis Competition in San Antonio, Texas 1928-1929; Texas Centennial Exhibition Dallas, Texas 1936; National Exhibition of American Art , New York, 1937; New York World's Fair 1939; and many other Texas exhibits and one woman shows.

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