Teena Tarantour Goldberg
The essence of my sculpture reveals itself as I seek to weave the accumulated ideas crossing divergent disciplines into a nexus of work and experiences. the work is akin to my life in its ongoing process. There is the need to preserve the essence of things. The ritual of art provides the catalyst in which these essences are re-born as art. the various stimuli provided by nature as we watch its transformation and study the ideas, the ideas that are allegories mirroring aspects of its mystery, and the human form provide inspiration for a myriad of sculptural ideas.
Born in Ottawa, 1939
Listed in Who's Who of Canadian Jewish Women 1983
1986 BFA, University of Ottawa
1965 BN, McGill University
2007 Solstice, Canadian Sculpture Centre
2005 Heads Up, Canadian Sculpture Centre
Hitech Canada Ltd
Airgo Mechanical Inc.
Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa
Goldberg has participated in more than forty group exhibitions in the UK, South Africa, Europe, Czechoslovakia, Korea, USA, and Canada. Her work is in both public and private collections worldwide, including that of Buckingham Palace, U.K.
SSC Member Since: 1989
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