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Sandra Golbert, American artist. Achievements include fashion designs published, Vogue Magazine, 1959. Recipient fashion designs published, Vogue Magazine, 1959, residency, Millay Colony for Arts, 1993; fellow, Weir Farm Trust, 2000; grantee National Education Association, 1991, grant, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, 1991, Empire State Craft, 1997. Member of Arts Council Rockland, National Association Women Artists, Salute to Women in Arts.

Background

Golbert, Sandra was born on November 9, 1937 in San Juan, P.R.

Education

Student, Haystack School Workshopsstudent, Parsons School of Design.

Achievements

  • Achievements include fashion designs published, Vogue Magazine, 1959.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Curacao Museum, Netherlands, Antilles, 1974, La Fortaleza Governor's Mansion, San Juan, 1984, Origenes Origins, 1990, John Harms Center, Englewood, New Jersey, 1994, Art for Body and Wall, St. Thomas, VI, Curacao, San Juan, 1994, Paper, Silk and Shadow, New York City, 1998, Art From My First 1000 Years, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, 1999, exhibited in group shows at Centro de Amistad, Guadalajara, Mexico, 1972, Art Ventures Gallery, Princeton, New Jersey, 1985, Citibank Gallery, Ateneo, San Juan, 1989, Women's Art Works II, Rochester, New York, 1992, Convergence '92, Washington, 1992, The Farrell Collection, 1992, Paramount Center for Arts, Peekskill, New York, 1992, Lever House, New York City, 1992, America House, Piermont, New York, 1992, Barbara Gibson Gallery, Nyack, New York, 1993, National Arts Club, New York City, 1993, Jacob K. Javits Federal Building, 1994, West Broadway Gallery, Soho, New York, 1994, Johnson & Johnson Headquarters, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1995, Old Church Cultural Center, Demerest, New Jersey, 1995, NAWA, Athens, 1996, American Craft Museum Group Exhibit, New York City, Belskie Museum, New Jersey, Represented in permanent collections Jane Voorhees Zemmerli Museum, Rutger University, New Brunswick, exhibited in group shows at Noyes Museum New Jersey, 2008, art work, La Concha Hotel Lobby, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2009.

Membership

Member Salute to Women in Arts, National Association Women Artists (board directors), Arts Council Rockland, Association Puerto Rican Women Artists.

Connections

Daughter of Leonard and Hortensia (Portilla) G. Divorced; children: Michelle, Jeanette, Pedro.

father:
Leonard Golbert

mother:
Hortensia (Portilla) Golbert

children:
Michelle Golbert

Jeanette Golbert

Pedro Golbert