Ms. Solow’s interest in a variety of media has led her to express her talent in costume design, jewelry, stained glass, leather, mosaic and clay. She has exhibited her work in New York, various Southern California venues including The Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, del Mano Art Gallery, and the Laguna Art Museum in Laguna Beach. Her stained glass is found in numerous private residences in Southern California and in Mexico City. For the Chapel at the University Synagogue in Brentwood, she designed, created and installed the 28’x4’ 3-dimensional stained glass and copper window, “Jacob’s Ladder”. Her work has been published in Artweek, the Evening Outlook and TIME Magazine.
Her teaching positions include 15 years of teaching art at Kenter Canyon Charter Elementary School; 4 years teaching art and Spanish at Horizons High School, Center for Creative Studies in Santa Monica; jewelry, stained glass and ceramics at Paul Revere Middle School; California State University, Northridge; and stained glass and ceramics in her own studio. She has given guest workshops at various schools and art festivals including Curtis School and the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.
Ms. Solow’s other interests include political activism, eco travel, snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking, sewing and gardening. She is a volunteer naturalist for the American Cetacean Society Cabrillo Marine Aquarium Whalewatch program. She lives in Los Angeles with her film composer husband, Ron Grant. They have two daughters, Lea and Ali.