Janet Indick, NJ sculptor, has exhibited extensively in NY and NJ and is a recipient of several awards for sculpture including a Medal of Honor and a NJ State Fellowship Grant in Sculpture. In 2011 she was inducted into the New York City Hunter College. Hall of Fame
Her welded steel sculptures have been acquired for corporate, museum and synagogue collections in N.Y, N.J and PA
Degrees include a BA degree from Hunter College, NYC and post graduate work at the New School, NYC.
She studied with Dong Kingman, Robert Motherwell, Gregorio Prestopino and Richard Pousette Dart.
Several of her medallions have one awards and been juried into international exhibits in Germany, Poland, France, Finland, Canada. and the USA. Her bibliography includes Sculptors and Engravers of U.S. vol 1, Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors, and Engravers, Contemporary Woman Artists and Who’s Who in American Art.
My medallic art, miniature sculpture and multi media art work is abstract.
I am influenced by nature, music, architecture, Jewish themes and current events.
Each piece that I create is a hand crafted original signed art work.
Most are unique artworks, others are small editions.
The material used in the metal miniatures is bronze lacquered or 18k gold plated, or silver.
Recently I have begun working with clay, using metal coins and other odd materials combined with the clay to create each small individual art work.