Famed Sculptor Featured at Library Friends'
Renowned sculptor, author and educator Judith Peck will be our featured speaker at the library on Sunday, September 23 at 2 p.m. at the Annual meeting of the Friends of the Finkelstein Memorial Library.
"A Woman's World" will highlight the many sculptures Ms. Peck has done of women, using bronze, steel, stone and mixed media. She will discuss the creative process and techniques used in her work, illustrated with images.
Ms Peck's sculptures are included in approximately eighty public and private collections, including the American Art Collection of the Yale University Gallery, the Ghetto Fighters Museum in Israel, the West Palm Beach Florida Library and cultural as well as religious institutions in New York, Maryland and Israel. Her work has been exhibited in art galleries worldwide.
A Full Professor of Art at Ramapo College of New Jersey in Mahwah, Judith Peck is the author of several books on sculpture techniques and on a range of art activities. She holds a doctoral degree from NYU and master degrees in sculpture and art education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
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