Some biographical information:
Originally of Syracuse, New York, Lynette Abel grew up primarily in Alexandria,
Virginia. After attending Miami-Dade Jr. College, and Florida State University,
she moved to New York City where she worked for a time at a radio station,
then for the NYC Dept.of Education, and later for the architectural firm,
I.M. Pei & Partners. Now a writer, her articles have appeared
in newspapers and journals throughout the U.S. on many issues--including
economics, road rage, and love.
She began her formal study of Aesthetic Realism
in consultations in 1972, and studied in classes with the American poet
and historian, Eli
Siegel from 1973-1978. Her education continues now in professional
classes taught by Ellen
who is the Class Chairman of Aesthetic Realism. Recently,
Ms. Abel appeared with the esteemed Aesthetic
Realism Theatre Company in its production of songs and comment, "'Ethics
Is a Force!'--Songs about Labor," which was first presented at the
American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark as part of the Museum's
May Day Festival.
Other things to note: she loves music--classical,
jazz, and rock. She loves to sing, and to play the flute, an instrument
she has studied for the past twenty-five years with musician and flutist,
She is married to Michael Palmer,
radio news and sportswriter, and they live in the Village.