About the Author
Famke Zonneveld, born in Indonesia in 1938, is an art teacher and an artist in watercolor, stained glass, lazure wall painting, and fiber arts. She taught crafts and the history of architecture at the Rudolf Steiner School in NYC. Famke studied Goethe's color theories with Donald Hall, a student of Beppe Assensa. Her works are in the Chase Manhattan Bank collection, the New Milford Jewish Center in New Jersey, the St. John the Divine Church in Schenectady, and numerous private collections. She lives and works in western Massachusetts.