Meanwhile, Goldberg has an exhibit, “Carol Brown Goldberg: Sculpture and Works on Paper,” opening February 29 at GW’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery. She is also donating a large sculpture to the university, which will be installed outdoors at a campus site to be determined. The work is currently in production.
“To be able to have my work in public is a gift to me,” said Goldberg, who has a long-standing professional association with Lenore D. Miller, director and chief curator of University Art Galleries. Goldberg said it’s her hope that people who see her art will be energized and inspired.
“It’s a gift to take a plot of ground and create something for it,” said Goldberg, whose artwork is on display throughout the Washington, D.C. area.
Goldberg’s sculptures can be seen outdoors at Ward Circle, a traffic circle at the intersection of Nebraska and Massachusetts avenues in northwest D.C., and in the sculpture garden at Washington’s Kreeger Museum. Her paintings hang at the University of Maryland in College Park and in a National Institutes of Health reception center, among other locations.
“The School is honored by the privilege of displaying such striking and intense works by renowned artist Carol Brown Goldberg,” said Murat Tarimcilar, vice dean for programs and education and professor of Decision Sciences. “GWSB is now in the company of some of the most prestigious galleries in the world that exhibit her work. We are enormously grateful for her generosity.”
Goldberg’s paintings will be installed later this month in a newly renovated conference space (Room 650) in Duques Hall.
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Posted by gwsb on February 21, 2012 | Filed under: GWSB News.