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Noa Bornstein
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Greenpoint



ARTIST STATEMENT: I am a drawer who became a sculptor. Drawing is the basis for my art; my main subject, the human being. In drawing and sculpture I strive to arrive at a shape, a form, a feeling--and to experiment--to communicate something of the "truth" of my experience of my subject. Underlying my work is the hope or belief in the human potential for intelligence and compassion, and the tension between these and other human propensities.
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  • The Two Natures
    2010
    bronze on wood   figures are 9"
    The figures can be interacted with and repositoned by the viewer. Please see alternate image. The piece is a re-imagining of George Grey Barnard's 12 foot marble at the Met, "I Sense Two Me

  • The Two Natures
    2010
    bronze on wood   figures, 9" h each
    A re-imagining of George Grey Barnard's 12 foot marble at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, . "Study of the Two Natures in Man", or, " Je sens deux homme en moi", "I Sense

  • Cliff
    2010
    bronze mounted on wood
    From a dream...of a woman (self) trying to keep footage as the wind came up. The figure and tree are mounted--countersunk--on walnut base and can be pivoted in relation to each other. Please see next

  • Cliff--and alternate position
    2010
    bronze mounted on wood
    The figure and tree are countersunk and can be pivoted and repositioned by the viewer.

  • Man Walking Ahead of Me
    2010
    bronze mounted on wood

  • Home from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    2013
    bronze mounted on wood
    Early evening, a family I passed. They were coming back from the museum, like I was. The father was walking ahead of the mother and their grown daughter. He turned back to wait for them or to hurry t

  • Home from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    2013
    The aged mother had apparently had a dizzy spell; the father temporarily oblivious as the grown daughter steadied her mother.

  • My Beautiful Sh-he
    2017
    sisal fiber and burlap in structolite and plaster over wire mesh & metal armature, wood, steel, paint, urethane sealer

  • Golden Man in Subway
    2017
    sisal fiber and burlap in structolite and plaster over wire mesh & metal armature, stone, paint, urethane sealer
    He was dark and golden-looking--beyond my help--seated, immobile, on the concrete floor of I think 14 street Union Square.

  • At the Vitamin Shop
    2017
    paper gesso, charcoal, house paint, pastel. on paper
    Remembering the intensity of two middle-aged women at the Vitamin Shoppe in Manhattan.

  • Three Women
    2017
    charcoal, pastel, black gesso, house paint on paper
    Remembering three elderly women waiting for Access-a Ride? at the doctor's office.

  • Street
    2017
    pastel, charcoal on paper
    People I remembered passing in my Greenpoint, Brooklyn neighborhood, the week after the presidential inauguration, January 2017.

  • Ach--"brother" in Arabic and Hebrew
    2010
    ink and pastel on rice paper
    "Ach" or "Ahk" is the word for "brother in both Arabic and Hebrew. In the drawing the figures are sawing the word to each other in each other's language-- and it's
 








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