Gail Gelburd, Ph.D. in art and art history, is a writer about art and someone who creates art. Her works cross the boundaries of the disciplines in order to focus on the intersection of art, social issues, and spirituality. Her work has been included in exhibitions and private collections in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, Colorado, Skopelos Greece, Melbourne Australia, and Goa India. She has been reviewed and interviewed in print, online, social media, radio, and television. This year she was included in the Art of the Hills exhibition at the Berkshire Museum. In April 2022 she was featured on the cover of The Artful Mind Magazine. Her art installation, Color Your World traveled to four museum venues. Her images of floods and water have been exhibited in galleries, and museums and were commissioned for a 50-foot atrium space. Her work on the Tsunami in Japan and the earthquake in Nepal was featured in a solo exhibition at MS 17 in New London Ct.