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Myra C. Weisgold
|Myra has studios in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Sarasota, Florida. She has completed numerous public and private commissions for clients from France, Japan, Sweden, the Republic of China, and throughout the United States. She has exhibited her work nationally, receiving numerous awards, and is collected by art lovers world-wide. Myra is a fellow and member of many prestigious art societies.
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|IMPALA works with methods and skills in her
sculpting like the ancient masters traditionally did.
The casting process takes up to 3 months. Impala’s endeavor is to inspire people with the combined powers of Beauty and Meaning. When people are moved to feel, think and have hope in a new way, then they are also enabled to act in a renewed way. Her work reminds and engages us in a unique and subtle interaction of our relationship with our living planet earth.
Impala expresses and makes visible that we treasure something that belongs to all of us, something that calls out for our care in a direct way: a call that can be heard from within.
What is awakened is our respect, as well as our attention. In her art she constantly seeks for new ways of sharing her life, a constant quest for meaning.
Franz Witten is an award winning and classically trained bronze
sculptor. She received art education at Connecticut College,
Columbia University and was a student at the Carving Studio,
West Rutland, VT. She also studied with Jane Armstrong, a Fellow
of the National Sculpture Society.
Ms. Witten’s bronze
sculpture has been shown regularly in national and international
exhibitions and awarded numerous prizes. Her two latest awards
are in 2007 from Manhattan Arts International, NY, NY, “Herstory”
exhibition where she received the “Best in Sculpture award”
and an exhibition at the Academic Artist’s Association,
Greenfield, MA, where she received the “Prize for Excellence
in Sculpture” from the Council of American Artists’
Ms. Witten’s work is
in private collections throughout the U.S., Canada and as far
away as the Royal House of Saud in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Her
work is in a number corporate collections from Vermont to Alaska
and on permanent public display in the Public Library in Dorset,
VT, on the Village Green in Old Bennington, VT and at St. Mary
Medical Foundation, Langhorn, PA. She is represented by the
Lenox Gallery, Lenox, MA, Polonaise Gallery, Woodstock, VT,
Artworx Fine Art Gallery, Saratoga Springs, NY, and Landmark
Gallery, Kennebunkport, ME.
Ms. Witten chose bronze
as her medium because it is the material best suited for her
work, which favors open forms that incorporate movement and
negative space. She teaches sculpture at the Southern Vermont
Art Center in Manchester, VT, and gives lectures on the lost-wax
method of creating bronze sculpture incorporating a video she
produced about lost wax casting of bronze.
Ms. Witten’s juried
professional affiliations include the National Association of
Women Artists, NY, NY; Academic Artists’ Association,
Springfield, MA and the Copley society, Boston, MA, where she is
a “Copley Artist”.