Steve Weitzman *
Steve Weitzman, born in New York City, began a successful career, at age 19, as a freelance illustrator and painter in Boulder, Colorado. During the next 12 years, he received numerous design awards for his work as a graphic artist and figurative sculptor. In 1983, his work as a sculptor expanded to include large-scale public art. He garnered international recognition in 1985, when the sculpture he created for the United Nations was dedicated during a ceremony celebrating the United NationsÕ 40th anniversary. in 1988, he was commissioned by the Smithsonian Institution to create a 30 foot sculpture for the National Zoo, in Washington, D.C. Since that time, he has focused on infrastructure design and development for highways, bridges and urban environments, as well as public art installations. Services offered: public art murals , private commissions.
Also see: http://www.creativedesignresolutions.com
Large scale and participatory, my work activates and integrates public space.
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