Penelope Przekop (Prez-cop) is a figurative expressionist American painter who spent the first half of her adult life writing fiction and then began painting in 2008. She is the author of five books, including four novels.
Her writing has been featured in The New Jersey Star Ledger, The Shreveport Times, The Baton Rouge Advocate, The Detroit Metro Times, and several other publications, and has been praised by acclaimed authors Lisa See, Antwone Fisher, Anneli Rufus, Marya Hornbacher, Terri Cheney, and Marisa Acocella Marchet.
Her art often includes a strong sense of character and story. Her primary subject is the complexity of women. Galleries in New York City, Philadelphia, Cleveland, California, Louisiana, Italy, and Central America have represented and shown her work. It has been acquired by two Italian museums.
Penelope is also a consultant who works with Fortune 500 pharmaceutical, biotech, and technology companies to design, evaluate and refine quality management systems that ensure product quality, customer satisfaction, and regulatory compliance. She's the author of Six Sigma for Business Excellence (McGraw-Hill) and is a former columnist for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Magazine.
Find out more about her at www.penelopeprzekop.com.