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Large Neil Goodman Cast Bronze Edition 1 of 3

$4,200.00

Call For Location | 203-325-8070


35" h x 19.25" w x 5.5" d
Neil Goodman cast bronze. Edition 1 of 3.

About Neil Goodman-
Neil Goodman is an American sculptor and educator, known for bronze works that combine elegant arrangements and forms with handwrought, textured surfaces. He has explored a wide range of formats, still-life compositions, wall and floor installations, free-standing works and monumental public art, in a formalist style that has evolved from spare representation to abstraction and minimalism.


Neil Goodman, museum installation at Indiana State Museum, cast bronze and fiberglass works, 2006.
Goodman's sculpture has been featured at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago ("Art in Chicago 1945-1995" survey), Indianapolis Museum of Art, Brauer Museum of Art, and Museum of Outdoor Arts (2018). He has been awarded public commissions for Chicago's McCormick Place Convention Center, the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Indiana University Northwest, and cities in Connecticut, Indiana and Michigan, among others. Curator Gregg Hertzlieb describes Goodman's abstract sculptures as "sophisticated explorations of formal issues [that] concurrently pulse with organic life … and appeal to the hand, the eye, and the mind." In an earlier review, New Art Examiner editor Kathryn Hixson called him a "sculptor's sculptor" whose "purposeful craftsmanship of ritualistic tableaux and talismanic objects" engages "the sensual shift from two to three dimensions."

After being based in the Chicago area and teaching at Indiana University Northwest for most of his career, Goodman lives and works on the Central Coast in California.

Fine Concepts

Large Neil Goodman Cast Bronze Edition 1 of 3

$4,200.00

Call For Location | 203-325-8070


35" h x 19.25" w x 5.5" d

Neil Goodman cast bronze. Edition 1 of 3.

About Neil Goodman-
Neil Goodman is an American sculptor and educator, known for bronze works that combine elegant arrangements and forms with handwrought, textured surfaces. He has explored a wide range of formats, still-life compositions, wall and floor installations, free-standing works and monumental public art, in a formalist style that has evolved from spare representation to abstraction and minimalism.


Neil Goodman, museum installation at Indiana State Museum, cast bronze and fiberglass works, 2006.
Goodman's sculpture has been featured at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago ("Art in Chicago 1945-1995" survey), Indianapolis Museum of Art, Brauer Museum of Art, and Museum of Outdoor Arts (2018). He has been awarded public commissions for Chicago's McCormick Place Convention Center, the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Indiana University Northwest, and cities in Connecticut, Indiana and Michigan, among others. Curator Gregg Hertzlieb describes Goodman's abstract sculptures as "sophisticated explorations of formal issues [that] concurrently pulse with organic life … and appeal to the hand, the eye, and the mind." In an earlier review, New Art Examiner editor Kathryn Hixson called him a "sculptor's sculptor" whose "purposeful craftsmanship of ritualistic tableaux and talismanic objects" engages "the sensual shift from two to three dimensions."

After being based in the Chicago area and teaching at Indiana University Northwest for most of his career, Goodman lives and works on the Central Coast in California.

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