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Eugene Goch Sturman Edit Profile

educator , painter , sculptor

Eugene Goch Sturman, American painter, sculptor, educator. Recipient Michael Levins award Alfred University, 1966, Sculpture award National Education Association, 1986; National Endowment Arts grantee, 1975.

Background

Sturman, Eugene Goch was born on January 28, 1945 in New York City. Son of Eugene John and Frances Marie (Goch).

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Alfred University, New York, 1967. Master of Fine Arts, University New Mexico, 1969. Postgraduate, Tamarind Lithograph Workshop, 1970.

Career

Instructor printmaking Long Beach (California) State University, 1972-1974. Lecturer printmaking, painting, drawing U California, Los Angeles, since 1974, Otis-Parson School of Design, Los Angeles, since 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in group shows at Los Angeles Six, 1974, Los Angeles County Museum, 1974, 82, (New Talent award 1974), 24 from Los Angeles, Barnsdall Munic Gallery, Los Angeles, 1974, Basle (Switzerland) Art Fair, 1974, 75, Whitney Museum Art Biennial, 1975, Chicago Art Fair, 1982.

Connections

Son of.

father:
Eugene John Son

mother:
Frances Marie (Goch) Son