Edith's work is her identity. It is consistent, compulsive, with meticulous attention to detail. Each abstract drawing that is rendered in pen and ink, contains a series of intricate interwoven lines or circles or marks creating a unique maze like image. She calls her artwork "Mind fibers" or "Penweave " drawings. They are influenced by surreal, mystical, and psychological elements from the past. She is fascinated with weaving, hair, fairy tales, myths, and primitive societies. Edith finds her work is all consuming and at any hour day or night she may find herself at the drawing board working steadily on the piece until she is satisfied it is finished and has merit.
Edith received a MA degree from C.W. Post College, Greenvale, New York. She also studied at Art Students League in NY and with Paul Margin art studio in Hempstead, NY.
Edith's work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibits including Silvermine Art Guild, New Canaan, CT, Curtis Gallery, New Canaan Library, CT, Beth El Keser Synagogue, New Haven, CT, Picture This Gallery, Westport, CT, Morris Gallery, NYC, Margin Gallery, Hempstead, NY, Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT, Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY, C.W. Post College, Greenvale, NY, Hofstra University, NY, Bruce Kershner Gallery, Fairfield, CT, Haskins Lab, New Haven, CT, Housatonic College, Bridgeport, CT, and New Haven Paint and Clay, New Haven, CT. Her work is in numerous private and public collections notably the National Abolition Hall Of Fame and Museum, Peterboro, New York and Purdue University.