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Over the High Plains of Texas, 2005

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DESCRIPTION: (30 feet x 180 feet) This work consists of a unique colorful floor design created by the artist and fabricated by an artisan skilled in terrazzo installation.

"My work reflects a strong interest in archetypal forms, the cycles of nature, the evolution of technology and examines the metaphor of stone viewed within the span of geologic time while creating people-oriented community spaces. Within this framework, I strive to enrich each project with a sense of belonging to its context through beautiful objects imbued with meaning, sensitivity to scale, attention to craftsmanship and simple materials used with the evidence of the touch of the human hand."

BIOGRAPHY: Born 1954. Goldberg attended Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio; and received a BFA in sculpture and bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island. His works can be viewed at the Iowa Labs Project, Des Moines, Iowa; “Living Room” Project for State of New Jersey 911 Police Headquarters Facility; Dallas Area Rapid Transit; Cotswold 2000 Project, Houston; Wichita Rail Corridor Project, Wichita, Kan.; and streetscape design project for Charlottesville, Virginia. Goldberg currently resides in Dallas, Texas.

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