Brad Goldberg

Brad Goldberg

Besides being a sculptor, he has studied ceramics, landscape architecture and kite making. Goldberg has studied at Antioch College at Yellow Springs, Ohio; the University of Denver at Denver,  Colorado; S.U.N.Y. College at Purchase, N.Y. and Rhode Island School of Design at Providence, R.I. He also worked as an apprentice to Phyllis Hammond, a New York potter and sculptor, and to Dexter Bacon, an Oregon sculptor.

Photo taken 1976

His present involvement include work on a proposed park for the village of  Lacoste, Vaucluse, France. In Colorado he worked with Japanese sculptor and kite designer Tsutomu Hiroi, and he designed and constructed a small scale sculpture garden for a Denver residence.

Besides giving kite demonstrations through­out Colorado, Gold­berg conducted kite making courses and seminars in Westchester County, N.Y. He also taught ceramics to elementary children in Portland, Oregon.

One of his current projects is the production of  a film called “Monumental Sculpture for Today.” It documents  the recent international sculpture conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.   He has also produced a film on “the evolution of sculpture and its relation to landscape architecture, focusing on the work of Isamu Noguchi.”

Goldberg exhibited; sculpture and ceramics at the Scarborough Art, Galleries in Scarborough N.Y. He has also exhibited in art and craftsman’s fairs in Rhinebeck, N. Y. and in Pound Ridge, N.Y.

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