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Al Honig, American artist. Member of Pacific Rim Sculptors Group.

Background

Honig, Al was born on December 16, 1937 in Bay Shore, New York, United States. Son of Harry Leon and Celia Honig.

Education

Student, Maryland School Art and Design, Silver Spring, 1970—1973. Student, Prince Georges Community College, Largo, Maryland, 1973—1976. Student, College Marin, Ross, California, 1976—1978.

Career

Assistant to Jim Sanborn Glen Echo, Washington, 1975. Artist-in-residence Discovery Museum, Sausalito, California, 1997. Public art collaboration Definestration project, San Francisco, 1997, Sampson Project, Sacramento Airport, 1998, Sidewalks of Mission St., San Francisco, 1999.

Lecturer in field; With United States Marine Corps, 1955-1959.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Sculpture, Samson, Sacramento Airport, 1998, Represented in permanent collections Miniature Museum Modern Art, Amsterdam, Netherlands, San Jose (California) Museum Art, one-man shows include Gallerie Image Marque, Nimes, France, 1993, Brian Marki Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 1996, Tiffany & Company, San Francisco, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, 1996, Hitachi Data Systems, Los Altos, California, 1997, Melting Point Gallery, San Francisco, 1999, Hotel Duchamp, Healdsburg, California, 2002, Roshambo Winery, Healdsburg, 2002, Oakland (California) Museum at City Center, 2004, exhibited in group shows at Melting Point, San Francisco, 1998, Pacific Rim Members Show, 2000, Holly Mather Modern Art, Los Angeles, 2000, La Luz de Jesus, 2002, Artemis Gallery, San Francisco, 2002, Oakland Museum at City Center, 2003, Felix Culpa Gallery, Santa Cruz, California, 2003, 2004, San Jose (California) Museum Modern Art, 2004, Melting Point Gallery, 2004, Varnish Fine Art, San Francisco, 2004, 2008, Atrium Gallery, 2005, Lois Cambert Gallery, Los Angeles, 2007, Market St. Gallery, San Fancisco, California, 2007, Owens Community College, Toledo, Ohio, 2007, Santa Cruz Museum Art & History, 2007, Float Gallery, Oakland, 2007, San Jose Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, California, 2007, others, Robots are Art, Flotation Gallery, Oakland, California, 2008, Robotica, Rythmix Caller, Alemeda, California, 2008, Galerie Stock, Paris, 1994. Appeared in television, video productions Night Flight, NBC, 1991, Cable News Network Nightly News, 1992, Weird television, 1995.

Membership

Member of Pacific Rim Sculptors Group.

Connections

Children: Steven James, Cindy Rae.

father:
Harry Leon

mother:
Celia Honig

children:
Steven James Honig

Cindy Rae Honig