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Berger spent time at Ted Hayes' Tent City, erected in downtown Los Angeles in 1984, and visited Skid Row. Her paintings of the homeless do not romanticize or politicize their subjects. She chose to paint the poor as a visual fact, giving cultural presence and visibility to those overlooked individuals who form a very real part of our social landscape.

~Michael Zakian, Director, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University

Rebirth, diptych, 2008
acrylic/canvas, 66 x 88 inches

Where Have All the Bikers Gone?, 1994
Acrylic, 40 x 60 inches
Private Collection

Autumn in Kyoto, 2007
acrylic, 48 x 60 inches

Cloud Forest, Point Reyes, 2004
acrylic, 48 x 72 inches

The Empress's Garden
acrylic, 72 x 40 inches

Approaching Storm, 1993
acrylic, 60 x 72 inches
Collection of Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

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