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Beryl Brenner obtained her BA in fine arts and her MA in art-ed. from Brooklyn College. She has worked with a variety of materials and techniques. Ms. Brenner has completed the glasswork for Our Lady of Guadeloupe Church in Danbury and Beth Shalom Synagogue in Atlanta. She has been granted 8 one woman shows throughout the country including one with the National Park Service, the National Landmark Bok Tower Gardens and the prestigious Williamsburg Art and Historical Center. Her art has been shown in numerous American museums and galleries including Ann Marie Gardens, a SMITHSONIAN AFFILIATE, the Attleboro Arts Museum, Dot-fifty One in the Miami Art District, Altered Esthetics in the Minneapolis Art District, and the Philadelphia sketch club. In Brooklyn, her works have been shown at the Crest Hardware show, the Robert Lehman Gallery of Urban Glass, Brooklyn Borough Hall's gallery, the Williamsburg Salon, and the annual Represent Brooklyn exhibition in Bedford Stuyvesant. Her work is part of the permanent collection of Williamsburg Art and Historical Center. Ms. Brenner serves on the Board of Directors of BSAG which promotes art exhibitions in previously underserved parts of Brooklyn.