Solomon Rothman - New York

Sculpture by Solomon Rothman

Solomon Rothman's sculpture was on view at Audart in the "Shrines to Fantasy" exhibition, in the Fall of 1996.

A native of the Bronx, N. Y., he began sculpting as a young repertory actor in Manhattan. When on stage, he was "inspired by the shapes of the actors, like dancers breaking up space as they moved, forming designs in the air around us. I felt on fire to give my feelings a dimensional life through sculpture."

Solomon studied the Masters through years of disciplined experiment and practice at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, as well as Art Students League and Pratt Institute.  His work has been exhibited widely throughout the Northeast, most notably in New York City at the National Arts Club, Madison Square Garden, Salmagundi: The Center For American Art and New York Art Directors Club; in New Jersey at the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton; and a one-man show at the Spencer B. Newman Gallery of the Bergen Community Museum, Paramus.

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