carborundom body print, collograph
34" x 24"
(artwork on display is a giclee print)
My work is auto-ethnographic in it's methodology. Fragility, vulnerability, transience, transformation, unknowing, ineffable and incompleteness: each of these elements echo throughout my work.
Baring witness to my husband's enormous suffering is most intimate: it attends to my feelings of fear of loss. Surveying the fleetingness of life through illness, documents his suffering. Life just suddens upon you.
Dintiman has taught at California College of Arts as well as other
CA colleges, Renaissance Arts School and the San Francisco
Arts Foundation; she is on the faculty at the Manhattan Graphics
Center. She was invited to submit to a collaborative PhD
program at Sheiffield Hallam University "Lab 4 Living" Art
Science Program, pending return to normal health situation in
the UK. Dintiman was nominated for a Fleishhacker 2019. She
has received fellowships from the Yaddo Corporation, Dorland’s
Mountain Colony, Haystack School and Cooper Union as well as
a California Arts Council Grants.
Dintiman's work—including sculptures, prints, drawings, and
collages—have been exhibited in venues such as ICPNY,
Christy’s Mid Town, museums and many venues across the
country as well as abroad. Her works are included in permanent
collections of the Philadelphia Art Museum, the National
Museum for Women in the Arts, the Chrysler Museum and The
Arkansas Museum of Art, Grace Cathedral San Francisco and
Toyobo Senior Center, Osaka. She is a member of A.I.R. in Brooklyn , NY and GRO in Marin,