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Carl Gustave Sundberg Edit Profile

enamelist , Art director

Carl Gustave Sundberg, American art director, enamelist. Recipient 1st prize Erie Art Center, 1953, Cleveland Memorial award, Chautauqua (New York ) National Exhibit, 1967, purchase award Tyler (Texas) National Exhibit, 1970, Erie Art Museum, 1969, Midyear Show Butler Institute purchase award, Youngstown, Ohio, 1970; named for best abstract Chautauqua National Exhibit, 1972, 75; recipient purchase award, Enamelist Society, 1989.

Background

Sundberg, Carl Gustave was born on June 23, 1928 in Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Gustave Eugene and Rose (Rogers) Sundberg.

Education

Graduate, Albrigh Art School, Buffalo, 1952.

Career

Artist, Ashby Printing, Erie, 1953;artist, Erie Engraving, 1953-1954;artist, Erie Ceramic Arts Company, since 1954;art director, Erie Ceramic Arts Company, since 1970;president, Erie Art Center, 1968-1969;director, co-founder, N.W. Pennsylvania Artist Association, Erie, since 1974. Board directors Erie Art Center-Museum, 1964-1974, president-director, 1967-1968. Board dirs.Arts Council Erie, 1967-1970, vice president, 1970.

Membership

Member acquisition committee Erie Art Museum. Member Pittsburgh Society Artists, International Enamelist Society (Purchase award 1989), Maennerchor, Zukor.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: choral and choir singing, golf, bowling, tennis, walking.

Connections

Married Wilda Lu Regelman, September 23, 1951. Children: Craig, Sallee Rabenold.

father:
Gustave Eugene Sundberg

mother:
Rose (Rogers) Sundberg

spouse:
Wilda Lu Regelman

children:
Craig Sundberg

Sallee Rabenold Sundberg