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Amy Wolsky

Amy  Wolsky  lives  in  Boca  Raton,  Florida,  and  has  been  a  part-time  artist  for  over  50  years.    Her  focus  is  on  clay  sculpture,  specifically  animals  in  motion.  The  sculptures  are  extremely  labor  intensive,  technically  challenging,  and  joyous  to  construct.  Amy  is  also  a  trained    silversmith,  enamellist,  and  stone  cutter.  From  the  age  10  to  25  she  attended  art  school  at  the  DeCordova  Museum  in  Lincoln,  MA.  She  is  a  member  of  the  Florida  Society  of  Goldsmiths,  Enamel  Guild  of  South  Florida,  and  the  Gem  and  Mineral  Society  of  the  Palm  Beaches.  Amy  has  exhibited  her  jewelry  and  animal  sculptures  locally  and  nationwide.          
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Andy Denton

Andy Denton

Andy Denton earned his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from East Carolina University. He is a figurative sculptor whose processes involve casting and welding metal to ceramics and pottery. You Always Live Again, a recent solo exhibition at Emerge Gallery in Greenville, North Carolina, featured large figurative works, functional face-pottery, and small wall reliefs. Denton managed the summer studios at Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan and was an adjunct instructor at Pitt Community College in North Carolina until becoming a self-employed artist. Many cities across the Southeast and Midwest exhibit Andy's outdoor sculptures. He has twice been awarded the Regional Artist Project Grant for Pitt County.    
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Anton Pastuszak

Anton Pastuszak

Anton Pastuszak is a local artist who primarily focuses on the metal arts. He earned his BA in Communication from Lynn University where the self-taught welder was first recognized for his recycled metal sculptures. Soon after college he had the opportunity to make a commissioned piece for then President Bill Clinton. His desire to give back to the community led to 12 years of teaching middle and high school math alongside coaching track and field. However, his first love was welding, so he redirected his efforts to the metal crafts where he currently works as a lead ironworker and as a welding instructor at a trade school. He uses different materials and processes, from small nails to large scrap I-beams and TIG welding to acetylene torch — if it’s metal, it has the potential to become art.  
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Diane Slobotkin

Diane Slobotkin has been carving stone and wood since age 16. Her work is inspired by dance, focusing on movement and rhythm. She attended the School of visual Arts in NYC, and graduated from Syracuse University with a major in Art History, and received a Masters degree in Social Work at Columbia University. She has exhibited in New York, Florida, and California.       
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Gerson Rapoport

Gerson Rapoport

Gerson Rapoport received his MA in Design from City College, City University of NY. With over 37 years of teaching experience in sculpture, ceramics, craft, and foundry work, Gerson has produced many commissions that are part of private collections, synagogues, and public buildings.  
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Mary Ellen Dohrs

Mary Ellen Dohrs

Mary Ellen Dohrs received a degree in industrial design from Pratt Institute. She worked in styling for General Motors as well as other product design in Detroit. She has extensive experience teaching figurative sculpture, specializing in action figure sculpture.
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Rosario Alborta

Rosario Alborta

Rosario Alborta studied Arts at the University of "Comunicaciones y Artes, SP Brasil, Cornell University, Corcoran School of Arts, and at the Florence Academy of Arts, Florence Italy. Continued her education studying with Bruno Luccchesi, and Paul Lucchesi in Pietrasanta, Italy. Robert Bodem, at the Florence Academy of Arts, Eugene Daub, John Coleman, David Klass, at the Loveland Academy of Art, Loveland Colorado, Peter Rubino at the Armory Art Center, and others. Her work has been exhibited in numerous Galleries, Museums, and shows in South America and in USA. Her sculpture has been chosen to represent Bolivia ( her native country) at South American Arts Shows in Coral Gables, Florida.  
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Sandy Levine

Sandy Levine

Sandy Levine has been living and sculpting in New York City and West Palm Beach for the past forty years. She studied with Leonid Lehrman at the Sculpture Center and with Paul Lucchese in Pietrasante, Italy. Sandy has exhibited in group and solo shows such as The Cortile Gallery in Provincetown, The National Arts Club, and the Lincoln Center to name a few.
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