Lynette Abel  / Aesthetic Realism & Life

Some biographical information:

Originally of Syracuse, NY, Lynette Abel lived for many years in Alexandria, Virginia, and then for several years in Coral Gables, FL. After attending Miami-Dade Jr. College, and then Florida State University, she settled in New York City where she worked at a radio station, and later for the NYC Dept. of Education.  Now a writer, her articles have appeared in newspapers throughout the U.S. on many issues--including economics, 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 in professional classes taught by Ellen Reiss, Aesthetic Realism Chairman of Education.

Ms. Abel has appeared with the esteemed Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company in many of its musical  events, including its production of songs and comment, "Ethics Is a Force!'--Songs about Labor," and recently in "Celebrating Rock 'n' Roll, the Opposites, and Our Greatest Hopes!"

The Aesthetic Realism Theatre Co. chorus
Carol of the Drum

Songs from "Rock 'n' Roll, the Opposites, & Our Biggest Hopes!"

Kevin Fennell and Company singing Runaround Sue at Queens Library

Singing "Runaround Sue"

Marion Fennell, Carrie Wilson, Lynette Abel, Sally Ross

To hear the song "Breathless" from this event click here

    She is married to Michael Palmer, retired radio sports and newswriter, and they live in Greenwich Village.

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Lynette Abel