A vibrant folk art painter who sold her small, unique and cheerful works on a folding table in midtown Manhattan.
A self-taught artist who once sang at Carnegie Hall, Ms. Halozan came to the United States from Graz, Austria. Many of her folk art paintings are characterized by the motif of the Statue of Liberty and the Goodyear blimp (or phrase), as well as pastoral scenes.
She began to paint after suffering a stroke, and her paintings reflect a strong positive outlook.
Living in a residential hotel, she often set up her sidewalk gallery nearby. On the back of each painting, she would tape photocopies of press clippings and photos, and she painted the frames herself as a final touch.
Her paintings are now available in museums and through folk-art dealers nationwide.
Burial: Potters Field Hart Island Bronx County New York, USA Plot: Plot 310 - Section I 12 54078
Created by: A.Firefly Record added: May 30, 2010
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