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Ephraim Peleg Edit Profile

sculptor

Ephraim Peleg, Israeli Sculptor. Fellow American Israel Cultural Foundation, Sharet Fund, israel, 1965-1969. Member Sculpture Association of New Jersey.

Background

Peleg, Ephraim was born on July 1, 1936 in Krakow, Poland. Son of David and Rina (Rosner) Verderber.

Education

Student, Avni School of Fine Arts, Tel-Aviv, 1965. Private studies with Marcel Janko (Dada), Paris, 1968. Also Ernst Fuchs, Steimatzky, Yosef Zaritsky and Streichman.

Career

Art instructor, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization International Cultural Center, Jerusalem, 1973-1974;assistant sculpture instructor, Bezalel Academy of Arts, Jerusalem, 1973-1974;director of youth art project, Municipality of Jerusalem, 1974-1975;freelance sculptor, since 1970;freelance sculptor, River Vale, New Jersey, since 1982;co-owner, Studio 4West, Piermont, New York, since 1996.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions and commissions include: Object in Space/Office Building, Tel-Aviv, 1976, The Three C's/Cedar Crest College, 1979, The Three Triangles/B'nai Brith House, 1979, The Three Rings/Lehigh University, 1980, Triad/Temple University, 1981, The Six Triangles/U. Pennsylvania, 1982, Bergen Museum, 1985, Monmouth Museum, 1987, Lever House, 1990, Trenton Museum, 1992, Phoenix Gallery, SoHo, New York, 1992, Broome St. Gallery, SoHo, 1993, Studio4West, 1998, 99, Sculpture 2000 International, New London, Connecticut.

Membership

Member Sculpture Association of New Jersey.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, running.

Connections

Married Yael Svetelman, December 15, 1960 (divorced May 1978). Children: Avihu (deceased), Tal, Iris Peleg Cohen, Eyal. Married Barbara Schaler, July 19, 1980.

father:
David Verderber

mother:
Rina (Rosner) Verderber

spouses:
Yael Svetelman

Barbara Schaler

children:
Avihu Peleg (deceased)

Tal Peleg

Iris Peleg Cohen Peleg

Eyal Peleg