EDWARD J. WALSH / U.S.A. / 1944 / SCULPTOR
Art Students League, N.Y.C. 1958-1962
Montclair State College, N.J. 1963-1967
Apprentice to Manuel Carbonell. 1963-1972
New York University, N.Y.C. 1967-1969
Pietrasanta, Italy, (Marble carving). 1974
Instructor at the Art Students League, Vytlacil Campus. 2005-09
EXHIBITS: (Partial Listing:
Ned Kelly & Co…….one man show, Dec. 15, 2011 to Jan. 15 2012
REZidENZIA, Santa Fe, NM….. group show, 2011
Fieldstone Fine Art, Ramsey, N.J……group shows 2008-2011
Michael Altman Fine Art, N.Y.C., group show, 2010
Ned Kelly & Co., Piermont, NY, Garden Show 2009
The Armory Show, NY, NY, group show 2008
Hopper House, Nyack, NY, group show, 2008
Ned Kelly & Co’s Hidden Garden, Piermont, NY-one man show, 2008
Winner “The Hudson River Sculpture Trail Walk”, group show, 2007-10
Art Students League Instructors Show, NYC, group show, 2006
Somerby’s Landinding Sculpture Park, MA., group show 2006-07
Art Students League, Vytlacil Instructors Show, group show, 2005-06-07
Nexus Gallery, 57th St., N.Y.C., group show, 2004
Flywheel Gallery, Piermont, N.Y. -two man show- 2002
Madison Mile Sculpture Show, Madison, CT., group show2001-2002
Manchester, CT., outdoor group sculpture show-, group show, 2001
The Ivoryton Mile, Ivoryton, CT., -group show- 2000
Polo Gallery, Edgewater, N.J. 1999
Rockefeller Center Flower & Garden Show, N.Y.C. 1997
Bernard-Biderman & Worth Gallery, N.Y.C., one man show - 1996
Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, N.Y., group show, 1995
The Bergen Museum, Paramus, N.J. - One Man Show- 1995
Miesner Soho Gallery, N.Y.C., group show, 1993
L’Atelier Gallery, Piermont, N.Y., group show, 1989-1995
Maya Gallery, Kumuela, Hawaii., group show 1987-1990
Kornbluth Gallery, Fairlawn, N.J., group show, 1987
Hopper House, Nyack, N.Y., one man show, 1986
White Pine Gallery, Chicago, IL., group show, 1986
Galleria Maray, Englewood, N.J., one man show & group shows, 1985
John Payson Galleries, Maine & Fl., group show, 1981-1985
Environment Gallery, N.Y.C., one man shows, 1972-1976-1980
COLLECTIONS: (Partial listing)
Full Scale Inc., N.Y., N.Y.
Touche-Ross International Executive Offices, N.Y., N.Y.
Savin Buisness Machines, Valhalla, N.Y.
Mrs. Nancy Krawcyzk Collection, Boonton, N.J.
Ellen Mc Cluskey Design Group, N.Y., N.Y.
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Eisenberg, N.Y. & CA.
Erte estate, Paris, France
Farah Dibah, Former Empress of Iran.
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald. Goldfinger, Monteray, MA.
Ms. Kaye Ballard, Rancho Mirage, CA.
Boose, Sickland & Martins, West Palm Beach, FL.
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Prince, Kings Point, N.Y.
L.J. Schultz & Co., Beverly Hills, CA.
Mr. & Mrs. John Payson, Portland, ME.
Mr. Merv Griffen estate, Hollywood, CA.
EXXON Corp., Executive Offices, N.Y., N.Y
Mrs. Mildred Otten Collection estate, Portland Museum, ME.
Rockland Co. N.Y., Executive Awards Commission.
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Zampieri, Saddle River, N.
Gerald Hines Real Estate Corp., Houston, TX. Tulsa, OK.
Castrol Oil Executive Offices, Wayne, N.J.
New City, N.Y., Library Garden bas-relief commission
Cinquanta Resturant, N.Y., N.Y.
Mrs. Charles Ferro, Boca Raton, FL.
Bergen Museum, Paramus, N.J.
Pomona Junior H.S., Garden Sculpture, Pomona, N.Y.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Benmoshe, Wesley Hills, N.Y.
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Siegal Tomkins Cove, N.Y.
Mr. & Mrs. Finbar Murphy, Donegal, Ireland
Camp Venture / Holocaust Studies Memorial, Sparkill, N.Y.
Dr. & Mrs. Yahuda Eliezri, Pomona, N.Y. & Israel
Mrs. Terry Saxon, Ocean Pines, MD.
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Davidson, Piermont, NY.
Mr. Stanley Stahl, Seattle, WA.
Ms. Paula Lenard, Piermont, NY.
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Rosen, NY, NY.
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Rosen, San Louis Obispo, CA.
Mr. Allen & Mrs. Elizabeth Fowlkes, Tuxedo Park, NY.
Mr. Seth & Mrs. Kunin, Santa Barbra, CA.
Rockland County, NY., County Court House Sculpture Purchase
â€ś Art first choose me and then I choose art.â€ť
My artistic history began when I used drawing as play. Pencil and paper were both the toys and tools that opened the doors of imagination and fantasy. Those early doodles on large sheets of paper were filled with numerous human and animal forms. Elaborate scenes were miniaturized by necessity; simplification of the figure became a personal test of how to manipulate volume, shape and line and bring life into these tiny creatures, who became companions in a constantly changing adventure. This activity generated a personal aesthetic which emerged and matured during those childhood strivings to reveal more than the eye could recognize in a simple drawing.
Still as that child; I try to bring life into my sculptures to reveal more for my own eyes, as well as for others.