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Gail Goldsmith

Gail Goldsmith was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received her BFA degree from Denver University in 1955, following, which she traveled extensively in Mexico for a year. In 1958 she earned an MFA degree from Cranbrook Academy, after which she spent a year in Rome, before settling in New York City, where she studied with Peter Agostini.

 

Her recent solo exhibition took place at the New York Studio School (2011). Other solo exhibitions of Gail’s work have been held at Long Island University (2007), the Elizabeth Foundation (2002), and on a regular basis on Block Island, where she spends her summers. In 1999, the Grandmother’s Apron sculptures were shown at Sinclair College, in Dayton, Ohio.

 

Gail’s work has been included in group shows at the Vault Gallery, in Bridgeport, Connecticut (2010); the Sculpture Center (1996), in New York City; the Anderson Gallery (1996), in Buffalo, New York; the New Bedford Museum (1997), in New Bedford, Massachusetts; Socrates Sculpture Park (1998-2002), in Long Island City, New York; the Snug Harbor Cultural Center (1995), in Staten Island, New York; and at Grounds for Sculpture, in New Jersey.

 

Her “twenty-head installation,” created for Socrates Sculpture Park, is now installed on Block Island.

 

Gail Goldsmith works exclusively in ceramics.

INHERITANCE 65'x26'x27'
Treehouse-#2 22.5'x10'x9'
Spiritual Warriar 34.5x 15.5x 12
FAMILY HISTORY 78 X 31 X 27
Grandmother's-Apron-#3 22'x18'x21'
Chrysalis 31'x15.5'x16'
Queen-of-the-Amazons 21'x12'x8'
The-second-lieutenant 14'x7'x6'