(1934-2001) Studied at the Dayton Institute from 1947-49, RISD, 1950-53, the Hans Hoffman School of Painting, 1954, Ohio University Graduate School, 1955-56 and at the National Academy of Design, 1956-58. She was a frequent contributor to the Village Voice with critical writings as well as drawings. In 1956 she was an instructor at Ohio University, she also taught at the Jewish Community Center in Providence, RI, the Scarsdale Community Workshop, 1956, URI, Community College of New York, Trenton Jr. College and she spent the latter part of her teaching career as a full time professor at the City University of New York. In addition, she was a gallery lecturer at the Whitney Museum and was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1974. Dr. Sloane is considered one of the pioneering woman artists in abstract and impressionism styles as her artwork is becoming more and more sought after. Much of her artwork was kept by her until her death in 2001 leaving a vast array of paintings on canvas and paper.