The Art of Leadership
Fisher College of Business



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Stainless steel, 13" x 8" x 5 1/2"
Schottenstein Dean's Suite
Reception 201A





Bernadine Silberman has been sculpting professionally for 23 years. She has studied sculpture privately and attended classes at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Silberman is a stone carver who prefers marble and alabaster stones. She also casts sculpture in bronze and stainless steel. Her sculpture has received numerous awards, including the Art International and NOVA Sculpture Invitational. Two large-scale works are on view in Columbus, at Linclay Corporation and Columbus City Center. Her work also is included in the collections of the Ohio State Capitol Building, Goodyear Tire & Rubber in Akron, and King Khalid in Saudi Arabia, among others.



I try to collaborate with the stone, striving to achieve the ideal form. The shapes are suggestive, challenging the viewer to become involved. I seldom start with a firm idea; that would be too restrictive. I let the stone spur my creativity, drawing from the form as it takes shape in my hands.


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