I have been a sculptor for over 40 years and have won awards in Italy, Canada, China, Japan and the United States. I've done over 35 monumental sculptures; some as tall as 20 feet. I also do many scaled sculptures in regular bronze and colored patina.
I have just returned from Florence, Italy where I attended the Biennale at the Fortezza da Basso where Eight hundred artists participated. At the end of the exhibition, I was awarded by the Biennale a “Gold Medal of Lorenzo il Magnifico” and a certificate to honor my career and work.
On September 4th, 2009 I was invited to attend the 4th Annual “100% Pure Florida” Exhibition that was held at the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery in Melbourne, Florida. My colored sculpture, “Madre Gambe Incrociate”, won best in show out of 99 artists and 277 pieces of art. I was awarded a solo exhibition for the month of June 2010.
My sculpture, “Invictus”, was accepted and won the Honorary Nathaniel Kaz cash award at the 67th Annual Audubon
Exhibition, which was held at the Salmagundi Club in New York, New York. The sculpture was on display through the month of October 2009.
Experts on four continents have described my sculptures as elegant, fluid, graceful, tender, rhythmic, kinetic. All true. Most importantly, my works are known to transmute into bronze, steel and stone the vibrant spirit of the human form. Dancing, reaching, leaping, ever moving, they all but breathe
I have a website that I would like to share with you. Included are some of my newly created sculptures, exhibitions and other accomplishments. You can view works that I have created on my website in the "Collections" page.
My website address is www.ewertheimer.com. You may contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may reach me by calling 561.392.3503.