Madelaine Ginsberg has a B.A. and an M.S. from the University of Bridgeport, CT, and graduate training in art therapy from the College of New Rochelle, NY. Art studies include the Art Students League and American Art School in New York City and Silvermine College of Art, Norwalk, CT. She was a graphic designer and fashion illustrator before joining the staff of the Stamford Museum. She became Assistant Director of Art at the museum from 1977-1990 and taught art to children and adults from 1970-1990. She was a co-founder of The Arts for Special People, Inc., a non-profit corporation formed to present the arts to special populations.
A professional painter, art teacher, and art therapist, she has exhibited in numerous juried shows. Madelaine’s paintings are in many private, corporate, and museum collections in the United States. She is a member of the National League of American Penwomen, Women Contemporary Artists, and Petticoat Painters.