Born to Dr. Albert Daniel and Gilma (Onsgaard) Neubert in Redlands, CA.
Attends the Universidad de Guadalajara in Mexico.
Earns a Bachelor degree from Stanford University.
Earns a Master of Fine Arts from Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles.
Pursues graduate studies in education, painting and ceramics at the University of California Los Angeles.
Creates “Current Concerns” and “Collage & Assemblage” for the L.A. Institute of Contemporary Art.
Creates “Imagination” for the L.A. Institute of Contemporary Art.
Is the founder of the art studio Pacific Oaks Children’s School.
Is a faculty member of Pacific Oaks College and is an artist-in-residence at Pacific Oaks College and Children’s School through 1997.
Teaches at Pasadena Alternative School through 1989.
Creates “Fotografias, Collages y Pintura” for Expo/International at Museo Regional del Inah in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Receives the Golden Crown Award for Arts in Education from the Pasadena Arts Council.
Creates “In the Neighborhood” with the Arroyo Arts Collective for a juried exhibition at the Luckman Fine Arts Gallery, CSULA.
Creates “90041” which appears at the Coons Gallery in Occidental College.
Participates in the North American Biennial Exhibition with the Boston Printmakers at Boston University.
Participates in the 24th Annual National Juried Exhibition at the Berkeley Art Center.
Creates “Bringing the Past to Light” with the Arroyo Arts Collective at Lummis Home El Alisal.
Is selected for group exhibitions including “Remembrance: the Faces & Places” at the Historic Southwest Museum.
Participates in the Air, Water and Earth National Juried Exhibition, LAPS, at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center.
Maintains membership with the National Association for Education in the Arts and National Museum for Women in the Arts.