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PERSONAL STATEMENT

Brad Goldberg is an artist who sees his work as a fusion between sculpture, the landscape and the built environment. Sculptures are seen not as isolated objects, but rather as spirit-creating components of larger spatial experiences. The desire to work with the environment as a whole has necessitated expanding outside the traditional role of a studio sculptor, into an area which might be termed Landscape Sculpture. Ultimately, each new project generates a unique non-preconceived response encompassing the total aspect of a specific place or circumstance. This response may include sculpture, architecture, landscape, furniture etc.

The complexities of working on large environmental projects have led to collaborative efforts with other artists, design professionals, civic leaders and communities. Within the framework of these projects, Brad has worked conceptually as an idea generator and physically as the creator of site-specific sculptures, parks, gardens, interior spaces, furniture, and landscape installations. He has worked on a wide variety of projects, both international and national. Brad resides in Dallas, where he keeps his studio. He travels extensively to work on projects and to maintain a world-perspective. "In time," he states, "with many experiences layered over one another, I am hoping my work will reflect a cultural collage.....more in keeping with artistic truths, than passing fashions.

                                               
EDUCATION                                           

Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, 1974-78   
    Bachelor of Fine Arts, Sculpture and Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1972-73   

                                                   
CURRENT PROJECTS                                       

2011-    Pueblo Grande Museum, Phoenix, Arizona

2009-    Terrazzo Floor Project, Fort Lauderdale International Airport, Florida

2009-    Belt Line DART Station, Irving, Texas

2007-    Trinity Lakes Project, Dallas, Texas, Design Team Member with WRT Philadephia

                                                   
COMPLETED PROJECTS           

2012    Elevated Water Tower Design/Wind Energy Project, Town of Addison, Texas

2011    Every Place a History, Austin Animal Shelter/Betty Dunkerley Campus, Texas

2011    Water Table, Cityplace, Dallas, Texas

2011    Bollard Series, West Palm Beach County Courthouse Project, West Palm Beach, Florida

2011    Crawford Park Master Plan Design Team Member, Dallas, Texas

2011    Alluvium, Pinnacle/Pima Road Project, Scottsdale, Arizona

2010    Healing Stones, Solar Light Project, Children’s Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota

2009    Fair Park Station, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Main Entrance to Fair Park, Dallas, Texas

2009    DART System-Wide Lead Artist, Dallas Area Rapid Transit Projects (12 Years)

2007    Cisterna, Stone Cistern and Wind Turbine Project, Montgomery Farm, Allen, Texas

2007    Illumination, Symantec Headquarters Solar Light Project, Culver City, California   

2007    Coral Eden, Miami International Airport Project, Miami, Florida

2006    Place of Origin, Land Reclamation Project, Village of Kemnay, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2005    High Plains of Texas, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Terrazzo Floor Project

2005    Living Room, Project for State of New Jersey 911 Police Headquarters Facility

2005    Roden Crater Project, Team Member, James Turrell and Skystone Foundation, Flagstaff, Arizona

2004    Houston Waters 2, Water Sculptures/ Streetscape Design, Houston, Texas

2004    Stratum, Allen Civic Center Plaza Design, Phase Two, Allen, TX

2004    Foundation, New Federal Campus Project, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
            US General Services Administration (GSA) Art in Architecture Program

2003    Wichita Rail Corridor Project, Wichita, Kansas,
            Design Team Member with HNTB Architects & Engineers

2002    Wanderings, Biblical Garden Project for Congregation Agudas Achim, Austin, Texas

2002    Wichita Museum District Project, Wichita, Kansas

2002    Brownfield/Greenfield, Land Reclamation Project at Former West Bend Plating Site, Wisconsin

2002    Houston Waters 1, Cotswold 2000, Phase One, Downtown Houston, Texas

2001    Planting Vessels, 900 Block of Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, Minnesota

2001    State Street Re-Design, Madison, Wisconsin   

2001    Binary Carpet, 2M Companies, Dallas, Texas

2001    North-South Linkages Project Lead Artist, Dallas City Center, Texas

2001    Montgomery Farm Project, Allen Texas, with Oglesby Greene Architects

2001    Bethany Parkway Design, Allen, Texas, with WRT, Landscape Architects, Philadelphia

2001    Montgomery Farm Master Plan, Allen, Texas, with Oglesby Green Architects

2001    Epoch, Network Appliance Corporation, Sunnyvale, California

2001    Stratum, Allen Civic Center, Phase One, Allen, Texas

2001    Explicitus Est Liber, Memphis/Shelby County Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee

2000    Mesquite Bosque, Phoenix Criminal Justice Center, Phoenix, Arizona

2000    Continuum, 800 Block Nicollet Mall, US Bancorp Piper Jaffray, Minneapolis, Minnesota

1999    Untitled, Esquire Plaza Project, Downtown Sacramento, California

1998    Origin, Tech Museum of Innovation Lead Artist, San Jose, California,
            With Beliz Brother and Joe McShane   

1998    Step Well, Water Sculpture at Mountain View College, Dallas, Texas

1997    Spiral Study, Fine Arts Building, Greenhill School, Addison, Texas

1996    Bloomington Waters, Sculpture for New City Hall, Bloomington, Indiana

1997    Outdoor Exhibition Area, Theater and Sculpture Garden, Lindabrunn, Austria

1994    Pegasus Plaza, Dallas City Center Project, Dallas, Texas   

1994    Liturgy, Prince of Peace Catholic Community, Plano, Texas   

1994    Dallas Convention Center Expansion/Vertiport, Project Lead Artist, Dallas, Texas

1993    Think, Sculpture for Main Entrance Roadway, Miyakoda Technopolis Research Institute,
            Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan

1994    City of Wichita Museum District Master Plan, Wichita, Kansas   

1993    Mears Park, St. Paul, Minnesota, with the City of St. Paul and
            the Lowertown Redevelopment Corporation

1996    Dallas Area Rapid Transit Central Business District Transit Mall, Dallas, Texas,
            with Sasaki Associates

1992    Lapidarium, Sculpture for Heritage Park, Fort Worth, Texas

1991    Untitled, Pocket Park/Water Sculpture, Hamamatsu, Japan

1990    Water Sculpture, Main Public Entrance to the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society, Texas

1990    Renaissance Project, International Sculpture Symposium, Burlington, Vermont

1989    Lay Ornamental Garden, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society, Dallas, Texas,
            Collaboration with Boyd Heiderich Armstrong and Berger, Landscape Architects, and
            Jim Cinquemani and Linnea Glatt, Artists

1989    Artist Square, Dallas, Texas, with Sasaki Associates, Landscape Architects

1989    Portal, Sculpture for Lippincott Center, Marlton, New Jersey

1989    Untitled Sculpture, King Residence, Dallas, Texas   

1988    Labyrinths, Two Permanent Installations for The Crescent Office Tower Lobbies, Dallas, Texas       

1988    Fireplace and Water Sculpture, The Hoffman Residence, Dallas, Texas   

1987    Lead Artist for City of Dallas Erosion Control Art Projects, collaboration with Frances Bagley,
            Linnea Glatt, Herb Goldman, Jack Mackie (Co-Lead Artist) and David Merkel

1986    Oasis, Outdoor Water Wall and Garden, Interior Installations, The West End Oasis Restaurant,
            Dallas, Texas

1984    Archetype, Granite Sculpture for a Public Park, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1984    Shizuki Park, Hagi, Japan, with Yokozawa Hidekazu,
            Tanabe Takeshi, Landscape Design Consultants,
            Tokyo and sculptors participating in the Hagi International Sculpture Symposium,

1983    Untitled, Granite Sculpture and Meditation Space, Vassiviere en Limousin, France

1983    Landscape Folly, Sculpture for a private residence, Dallas, Texas

1983    Olney Memorial Park, Olney, Texas, with Scott Slaney, Landscape Architect

1982    Water Sculpture and Plaza, Baylor University, Waco, Texas,
            With Myrick, Neiman, Dahlberg, Landscape Architects

1981    Austin Hyatt Regency Hotel, Conceptual Design of Interior Atrium and Water Feature, Austin, Texas,
            With Myrick Newman Dahlberg, Landscape Architects

1981    Ga Ryu Ten Sey, Granite Sculpture, The Warrington Condominiums, Dallas, Texas

1979    Wall, Landscape Sculpture, Lindabrunn, Austria

1977    Landscape Carpet, Lindabrunn, Austria

1976    Untitled, Granite Sculpture for the Main Public Square, International Sculpture Symposium,
            Liberty Hill, Texas

1976    Untitled, Sculpture for Forma Viva International Sculpture Symposium, Kostanjevica Na Krki,
            Slovenija, Yugoslavia

1974    Untitled, Limestone Sculptures and Public Park Design Proposal, Village of Lacoste, Vaucluse,
            France

SELECTED ACTIVITIES

2012   Advisory Council Member, University of Texas in Arlington School of Landscape Architecture

2011    Panelist, "Landscape and Public Art: Making a Seemless Realm"
            American Society of Landscape Architects National Convention, San Diego, California

2011    Board of Directors, Dallas Architectural Forum (third year)

2011    Panelist, "The Sustainable Artist: A Virtual Panel Discussion", New York Foundation for the Arts

2011    Participant, "Re-envisioning the Soul of the City", The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

2010    Pecha Kucha, AIA Offices, Dallas, Texas

2010    "Diary of a Landscape Sculptor", Texas American Society of Landscape Architects Conference,
            San Antonio, Texas

2010    Panelist, "Collaboration", Dallas Architectural Forum

2009    “Art and Environment,” Speaker, 2009 Fellows Symposium
            Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

2009    Board of Directors, Dallas Architectural Forum

2005    "Water," Guest Lecturer, "What Makes a City" Conference on Water
            Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Dallas City Hall Chambers

2001    Guest Lecturer, Memphis College of Art, Memphis, Tennessee

1998    Speaker, “Collaboration: Celebrating 25 Years of Miami-Dade Art in Public Places    
            Exhibition,” Miami-Dade Cultural Center, Miami, Florida

1998    Keynote Speaker, 1998 Commencement at Mountain View College, Dallas, Texas

1998    Member, Public Art Advisory Committee City of Dallas, Texas (2 years)

1997    "Projects," Guest Lecturer, Mie National University, Japan

1997    "Projects," Guest Lecturer, Mountain View College, Dallas, Texas

1995    "Projects," Guest Lecturer, Waldron Arts Center, Bloomington, Indiana

1994    "We Yearn for a Hand-Crafted World," Speaker,
            Living in the Inner City Conference: "Creating an Urban Village".
            The Center for the City of the Dallas, Institute of Humanities and Culture

1994    Elected Fellow, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

1993    Member of the Community Circle, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture,
            An assemblage of people who meet as a think tank to discuss the issue of  
           "What makes a whole city?"

1992    "The New Mears Park, Private/Public Partnership in Urban Design," Speaker,
            Urban Design Advisory Committee, Dallas, Texas

1992    "Art and the Environment," Guest Lecturer,
            Fort Worth Streams and Valleys Committee, Fort Worth, Texas

1992    "Art and the Environment," Guest Lecturer,
            Lawton Arts and Humanities Council, Lawton, Oklahoma

1990    Member, Urban Design Advisory Committee, Dallas, Texas

1990    Renaissance Project, International Sculpture Symposium, Burlington, Vermont

1990    Panelist, Texas Society of Architects Annual Convention:
           "The Collaborative Design Approach", Dallas, Texas

1989    "Places as Art," Guest Lecturer, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society, Dallas, Texas

1989    "Diary of a Landscape Sculptor," Guest Lecturer, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

1988    "Diary of a Landscape Sculptor," Guest Lecturer,
            Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Cambridge, Massachusetts

1988    Guest Lecturer, International Sculpture Conference, Dublin, Ireland

1988    "Recent Work," Guest Lecturer, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence

1988    "Projects," Presented at The Dallas Museum of Art in conjunction with the Artist Square project,
            Dallas, Texas

1987    City of Dallas Public Art Master Plan Advisory Committee,
            Resulted in the creation of "Visual Dallas", the 1.5% for art ordinance

1982    "Diary of a Landscape Sculptor," Guest Lecturer, Rhode Island School of Design,
            Providence, Rhode Island

1978    Sculpture/Urban Design: New York, New York, Thesis project, RISD
            A study of public art in New York
            Doris C. Freedman, Advisor, President of the Public Art Fund

AWARDS

2010    Americans for the Arts, Public Art Network "Year in Review"
           "Fair Park Station", Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Texas, with Diana Goldberg

2008    Americans for the Arts, Public Art Network “Year in Review”
           "Coral Eden", at Miami International Airport, Miami, Florida

2008    The Marble Institute of America,Pinnacle Award
           Special Award for Artistry and Technology, "Illumination", Culver City, California,

2008    United Masonry Contractors Association, Golden Trowel Award
           1st Place Hardscape, "Cisterna", Montgomery Farm, Allen, Texas

2007    Inducted into the Briarcliff High School Hall of Distinguished Alumni, Briarcliff, New York

2007    The Saltire Society, Arts & Crafts in Architecture Competition Award
           "Place of Origin", Aberdeenshire, Scotland

2005    United Masonry Contractors Association, Golden Trowel Award
           1st Place, Hardscape, "Stratum", Allen Civic Plaza, Allen, Texas

2005    United Masonry Contractors Association, Golden Trowel Award
            Honorable Mention Outstanding Masonry Design, "Stratum", Allen Civic Center, Texas

2003    The Marble Institute of America, Craftsmanship and Design Awards (2)
            Recipient of two out of four annual awards for "Continuum" and "Planting Vessels",
            Minneapolis Beautiful Projects, Minnesota

2002    Americans for the Arts, Public Art Network “Year in Review”
           "Explicitus Est Liber", Memphis/Shelby County Public Library and Information Hub, Tennessee

2001    Community Citation of Honor Award, American Institute of Architects
           "Mesquite Bosque", Phoenix Criminal Justice Center

2001    Design Award, American Society of Landscape Architects
           "Mesquite Bosque", Phoenix Criminal Justice Center

2000    Dallas Urban Design Award, Dream/Study Award
            City Center TIF Streetscape Project, Dallas, Texas

1999    Centennial Medallion Award, Minnesota American Society of Landscape Architects
            "Mears Park", St. Paul, named one of the 362 best projects created nationwide
            in the past 100 years

1999    Citation of Honor Award, Texas Society of Architects

1995    Kessler Award,
            City of Dallas’ highest honor for commitment to excellence in urban design

1995    Artist/Craftsmanship Award, American Institute of Architects
           "Pegasus Plaza", Dallas, Texas

1994    City of Dallas Urban Design Honor Award
           "Pegasus Plaza", Dallas, Texas

1994    Honor Award, Minnesota Society of Landscape Architects,
           "Mears Park", St. Paul, Minnesota

1994    Preservation Award, Saint Paul Heritage Preservation Commission and
           The Saint Paul Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
           "Mears Park", St. Paul, Minnesota

1989    Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects,
           Olney Memorial Park, Olney, Texas

1978    Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects
            For the study of Landscape Architecture, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
                                                   
                                                   
TEACHING

2010    Guest Teacher, "Art in the Land", UT Arlington School of Architecture Graduate Program

1997    Visiting Artist, Mie National University, Mie, Japan

1995    Visiting Artist, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island

1989    Visiting Artist, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island

1987    Visiting Artist, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
           Graduate Program, School of Architecture and Environmental Design,

1984    Visiting Artist, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
           Graduate Program, School of Architecture and Environmental Design
                                               

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