Phillis Ideal is an abstract artist who has exhibited nationally including exhibitions at major museums and galleries in San Francisco, Santa Fe and New York City. Her work has been exhibited and collected in many private and public collections including the M. H. de Young Museum, Oakland Museum of Fine Arts, Newport Harbor Art Museum and Fine Arts Museum of Santa Fe. She is currently represented by Rosenberg+Kaufman Fine Arts in New York City and Chiaroscuro Gallery in Santa Fe. Ms Ideal’s work has been exhibited in many New York Galleries: Florence Lynch Gallery, Sideshow Gallery, Alan Stone Gallery, Richard Green Gallery, Condesa Lawler Gallery, Oscarsson Siegeltuch Gallery, Metaphor Contemporary Art and many more. She had a long relationship with Linda Durham Gallery in Santa Fe as well as Grapestake Gallery in San Francisco. Her active record in the Bay Area is reflected in discussion of her work in Art in the San Francisco Bay Area 1945-1980 by Thomas Albright. In addition, Ms. Ideal’s work is in many corporate collections, including Pacific Enterprises in LA, Crocker National Bank, Director of Currency in NY, Bank of Rome, Skidmore, Owing and Merrill, Prudential Life Insurance, and Duff and Phelps Rating Company in NY and White and Case Law Firm.