Gladyce Black Sherman


Artist and educator. Member of the faculty of the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts for over 20 years, also graduated from the school. Her work was exhibited at the Newark Museum, Montclair Art Museum, Art Center of the Oranges, and in NYC. Charter member, of Women in the Arts, Washington DC.

She was born in CT, but moved to Newark at age 6 and attended Central Avenue School. By 1930, she lived in Belleville, and she died in Belleville.

The Record, Mar 25, 1966, class in Rutherford


“Gladyce Sherman, artist and educator” Star Ledger Jul 27, 1995

Census Records.

NJ Marriage Index.

“Hospital Opens New Art Exhibit” Montclair Times Mar 17, 1966

Kukla, Barbara. “A Master’s Strokes of Motivation and Inspiration Continue” Star Ledger Feb 28, 1994

Underdue, Towana. “Different Strokes” Star Ledger Dec 20, 1993

The Record (front page photo), Mar 25, 1966

S-22, Sherman, Gladyce B, Newark News Morgue (1 article), Newark Library