Corinne Soikin Strauss, an award-winning painter who studied Fine Arts at New York's Music and Art High School, Pratt Institute, and The Art Student's League has a long-standing love of nature and the exploration of spiritual symbolism. In her light-filled studio in Wainscott, New York she creates extraordinary paintings on silk for couples and has been commissioned by collectors, Synagogues and Museums throughout the country.

Strauss has won numerous awards for her work, among them the coveted Merit Award from the Interfaith Forum on Religious Art and Architecture for a chuppah commissioned by the Skirball Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio. She also created a chuppah for the new Hebrew Union College Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.

She has been featured in Jewish Week, Moment, Haddassah, Hudson Valley Magazine, Gannett Suburban Newspapers, Bride's Magazine, The New York Times, and was interviewed in her studio by ABC Eyewitness News for "Wedding Art," which aired March 10, 1995.

She has been featured in Jewish Week, Moment, Haddassah, Hudson Valley Magazine, Gannett Suburban Newspapers, Bride's Magazine, The New York Times, and was interviewed in her studio by ABC Eyewitness News for "Wedding Art," which aired March 10, 1995.


About The Artist

Corinne Soikin Strauss

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