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SHARON WANDEL

Arc

20.5 x 6 x 5
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Finial Bird on Toast Rack

6 x 4 x 3
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Finial Bird on Wooden Ball

11 x 6 x 6
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Bird in Blossoms

41 x 10 x 8
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Bird on Wheels

6.5 x 2.5 x 4.5
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Suspended Bird, Leaves

66 x 2.5 (adjustable height)
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Suspended Bird, Virdigre

66 x 2.5 (adjustable height)
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Suspended Bird, Turquoise

66 x 2.5 (adjustable height)
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Suspended Bird, Twisted Brambles

66 x 2.5 (adjustable height)
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Artists Bio

Born in Bemidji, Minnesota, Sharon Wandel earned an MA from Columbia University, a BA from Gustavus Adolphus College. She studied art at the Art Students League and at SUNY Purchase. She lives and works in New York.

Her work is included in the collections of the Westinghouse Corporation, the Pfizer Corporation, the Art Students League, the National Academy of Design, the Housatonic Museum, and the Toyamura Chamber of Commerce in Japan. Her work has been exhibited widely nationally and internationally -- Japan, Italy, England, and Sweden. She is the recipient of many awards including the Hartwig and the Speyer Awards from the National Academy; the Meisner, Hexter, Spring and Meiselman Awards from the National Sculpture Society; a Chaim Gross Foundation Award from Audabon Artists; Allied Artist Awards; North American Sculpture Exhibition Prize; and full Fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center.

Most recent group exhibitions include the ACA Galleries in NYC. Her work 'Eternity's Bride' will be included in the National Academy of Design's upcoming exhibition 'Reconfiguring the body in American Art, 1820-2009,' which will be on view from July 8 to November 15 (1083 Fifth Avenue,--Museum Mile, NYC).

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