Public Sculptures by Noa Bornstein seen at Tribeca Park, New York - Live Well
Public Sculptures by Noa Bornstein seen at Tribeca Park, New York - Live Well

Live Well

The bronze 11" figure is welded to the bronze pine tree base. The figure’s gesture may be a beckoning greeting or fond farewell and invitation to live life to the fullest. It is based on a vision I had of my late beloved father, Harry Bornstein, urging us to go on and Live!

Meet the Creator

"Sculptor and painter (focus on drawing) Noa Bornstein was born in San Rafael, California and grew up in Los Angeles. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art from the University of California at Santa Cruz. Her sculpture is represented in Northern California by Sculpturesite. She moved to New York City in 1986, directly from Europe after a traveling show of drawing studies for her 100' L.A. mural showed at cultural institutions in Belgium and Vienna Austria. In New York, she completd a 90' mural commission for the Harlem Rehabilitation Center in 1987. Her work developed into 3 dimensions almost suddenly after the death of her father in 1994. She has related that "perhaps it was the only sculpture that could get at the changing shape of the cloud in my father's profile." Her Duo show, "Survival of the Fittest" at P339 Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, November 2013, featured her life-size and miniature animal sculptures that were available to be touched. Bornstein's sculpture, Scapegoat, made from a bench, was available to sit on. Recent group exhibitions of drawings include "Discourse on Drawing, International Contemporary Drawing", at the University of North Carolina, Asheville, 2017."

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