Painter Printmaker Sculptor
Ms. Kofoed was born in Chicago, grew up in Florida, resided in Cambridge, Massachusetts and San Francisco, California, and now lives in Wilmette, Illinois.
She received her B.A. in 1962 with honors in English and a very nearly double major in Fine Arts, attended the Radcliffe Publishing Course in 1962, and received her M.A. in English Literature from Northwestern University in 1980.
Ms. Kofoed studied painting with Karl Zerbe, Stuart Brisley, Florence Kawa, Jason Berger, George Rocheleau, Irene Ryan Maloney, Eleanor Speiss Faris, Janis Pozzi-Johnson, Daniel Barber, Bob Horn, Nancy Rosen, Tom James, and Alain Gavin.
She studied sculpture with Egon Weiner, Mikhail Urban, Sheila Oettinger, Vincent Hawkins, and Barbara Goldsmith.
She studied printmaking with George Breckenridge, and lithography with George Lockwood at The Impressions Gallery and Workshop in Boston, Pat Smart, Andrew Todd Winship, and Julian Cox. She studied figure drawing with George F. Holshuh and Barbara Aubin.
Ms. Kofoed has exhibited locally and nationally. Her work is in collections in New York, California, Oregon, Florida, Idaho, and Illinois.