Moline-Kramer was born in Fort Madison, Iowa. Her interest in the professional art field developed after she took a course at a California Community College with the Conceptual Art pioneer John Baldessari and periodic work with Allan Kaprow. She attended Art Center College of Design and later transferred to California State University, Long Beach where she received her BFA with a double major in Biology and Illustration in 1981. Moline-Kramer has experimented with hyperrealism, mixed media experimentation, gestural abstraction, personal narrative, and deep art historical crate-digging. She was the president and chairman of the board of the Society of Illustrators, Los Angeles, and an adjunct professor at Cal State University Long Beach. Moline-Kramer's works are exhibited in Warner Brothers Studios, The Wall Street Journal, Smithsonian Institution, Carnegie Art Museum (Oxnard, California), John Kerr, and Long Beach Museum of Art. Moline-Kramer began collaborating with musician Geoff Levin on 'Musical Brushstrokes a project where they fuse music and art and turn it into a song.
Moline-Kramer has had over 130 exhibitions to date which include solo exhibitions in numerous California galleries, and group shows at nonprofit venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles; the Santa Monica Museum of Art; the Carnegie Art Museum (Oxnard, California); and the Long Beach Museum of Art. Moline-Kramer displays her work in museums, participates in shows, teaches oil painting classes, and lectures.