GLORIA BORNSTEIN STUDIO, LLC is a creative space in Brooklyn, New York. We offer a variety of services to help you create beautiful art. We also offer commissions and collaborations. Contact us today for more information! We look forward to working with you!
About gloria bornstein
The GLORIA BORNSTEIN STUDIO, LLC is a contemporary art studio that creates works that explore the human condition. Bornstein’s work focuses on bringing art into the community. Her work is inspired by the natural world and the human condition. In addition to her sculptures, Bornstein has a variety of installations, including a sculpture of the International Fountain at Seattle Center.
The Work of Gloria Bornstein Studio incorporates many different mediums into her artistic endeavors. She is a practicing artist in Seattle, Washington. Her work is inspired by the rich agricultural history and traditions of the region. Her works often depict a typical Santa Clara barn, painted in a deep barn red and topped with golden wind vanes. She also includes a windmill and rooster in her works. In addition to these iconic elements, her works often include fruit and leaf patterns, including apple and filige screens.
Collaborations at Gloria Bornstein Studio is a survey of a celebrated Northwest artist’s work spanning 30 years. Works in the exhibition include sculptures and installation pieces, as well as paintings and prints. The exhibition is complemented by works from the Frye Art Museum and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
The Neototems Children’s Garden, designed by Gloria Bornstein, is located near the Seattle Children’s Theatre. The colorful, whimsical sculptures feature seahorses, whales, and other sea creatures. They are nestled in a garden with native plants. A plaque at the site credits the work to Bornstein, who created them in 2002.
Gloria Bornstein’s sculptures have been commissioned by public and private entities for a variety of projects. Commissions include the “International Fountain” at the Seattle Center. Her sculptures include two bronze whales swimming through the lawn next to it, their backs cresting above concrete pavers inlaid to resemble water patterns. Their smooth, broad backs add to the sensation of traveling beneath the Center’s grounds. The sculpture pays homage to a Native American legend about whales swimming between Lake Union and Ellot Bay. The cast-concrete mother whale’s tail is inscribed in Lushootseed language.
The gallery is home to a number of exhibitions that feature contemporary art. These exhibitions are free and open to the public. Many of these events include an artist lecture and/or an opening reception. The exhibitions take place on Wednesdays through Sundays from 11am to 6pm. Visitors are encouraged to attend the opening reception.