Aldryth Ockenga, a Boston native, has studied art in several institutions of higher learning and earned a bachelorÂs degree in art from the University of North Carolina and a masterÂs degree from Massachusetts College of Art.
Her distinguished career has earned her many awards including the John Singleton Copley Award from the Copley Society of Art and the Margaret Fitzhugh Browne Memorial Award of the North Shore Art Association. She has earned the distinction of being a Copley Master in the Copley Society. Her talent has captured the attention of editors and authors as her work has been used for the cover of several publications. Articles about her work have been written in "American Artist" and "Victoria" magazines.
Considered as the standard medium for paintings, since the sixteenth century, Oil Paintings are the most popular and luminous of all paintings.