Etty Horowitz

Freelance Sculptor & Artist

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Location:Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/ettyhorowitz
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ETTY HOROWITZ

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Award-wining artist with extensive exhibition record of contemporary art in local, national and international galleries and museums. Wide experience in traditional and contemporary sculpture techniques.

SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2011 “W” Club, Machon Hamayim, Givatayim, Israel
“W” Club, Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo, Japan
2009 United We Stare, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
2008 Shadow & Light, Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2004 Extreme Tin, Installation, Focus Gallery, Irving Arts Center, Texas
1996 Reflection, MFA Thesis Exhibition, J.M. Moudy Exhibition Space, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas
Journey to My Dream, Dallas Visual Art Center, Texas

SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012 A Tree in a Field, LuminArte Gallery, Dallas, Texas. Curators: Matt Anzak, Doron Polak
The Panel Exhibits, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, Texas. Curator: Elaine Taylor,
gallery manager
Fitting In, Three-Person exhibition, Tychman Shapiro Gallery, Sabes JCC, Minneapolis, Minneapolis.
Curator: Robyn Awend

2011 Identity, Benrimon Contemporary Gallery, Chelsea, New York
Aurora 2011, Art in Unexpected Places, Dallas, Texas. Curator: Shane Penington

2010 Darkness, FusionArts Museum, New York, New York. Curator: Doron Polak.
A Summer Group Show Featuring 10 Artists, Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas

2009 Dallas Art Fair, Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Works on Paper, (Artspace) at Untitled, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
4 Women 4 Visions, Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Slow Cooked & Hickory Smoked, Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas
American Landscape: Urban/Rural, Artspace111, Fort Worth, Texas

2008 Going Native, Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Summer Solstice, Dahlia Woods Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Friends of Easl Exhibit, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Texas
WORTHwhile, Artspace111, Fort Worth, Texas
Softly Bound, Two-person show, Arkansas State University Fine Arts Center, Jonesboro, Arkansas

2007 Lines that Bind, Two-Person show, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Texas. Curator: Dr. Anne Helmreich
Surface Tension, Four-Person exhibition, Arlington Museum of Art, Texas. Curator: Jennifer Stark

2006 Platform, Arlington Museum of Art, Texas. Curator: Simeen Ishaque

2005 Tuffo Triplo, Hue Gallery, Mansfield, Texas
Works in Process, Public Art Project. Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Texas
Works on Water, Environmental Education Department. University of North Texas, Denton
Curator: Angilee Wilkerson

2004 100 Drawings, Haggerty Gallery, University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. Curator: Christine Bisetto
One Vacant Chair, Gallery 414, Fort Worth, Texas

2003 Site Specific, Cidnee Patrick Gallery (formerly Edith Baker Gallery), Dallas, Texas
Advisory Board Selects, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Texas
Upwards, Haggerty Gallery, University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. Curator: Christine Bisetto

2002 Sugar and Spice, Reed Art Gallery, University of Maine at Presque Isle, Presque Isle, Maine
Percent for Art Dallas ll, Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, Texas
Architects as Artists, Arlington Museum of Art, Texas. Curator: Julia Ousley

2001 Diverse Work, NRH Gallery, North Richland Hills, Texas

1997 Women’s Work, Arlington Museum of Art, Texas. Curator: Joan Davidow.
Fort Worth Hot Shots: Nine Artists, Art Pace, a Foundation for Contemporary Art, San Antonio, Texas
Curator: Sue Graze
TCU Art Faculty Annual Exhibition, J.M. Moudy Exhibition Space, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.
Curator: Ron Watson, Chairman, Department of Art and Art History, TCU

1996 Fort Worth Hot Shots: Nine Artists, University of North Texas, Art Gallery, Denton. Curator: Sue Graze
Summer Group Exhibition 1996, State Thomas Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1995 The Circle Show, Rachel Harris Gallery, Fort Worth, Texas
Group Exhibition, 500X Gallery, Dallas, Texas
New Sculptures by New Sculptors, Gallery 10, Fort Worth, Texas
In One Room, Haggerty Gallery, University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. Curator: Chris Rauhoff

SELECT JURIED EXHIBITIONS
2005 Art in the Metroplex 2005, 23rd Annual Exhibition, J.M. Moudy Exhibition Space, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.
Juror: James Elain, Hammer Projects Curator, UCLA Hammer Museum

2004 Art in the Metroplex 2004, 22nd Annual Exhibition, J.M. Moudy Exhibition Space, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.
Juror: Larry Rinder, Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Curator of Contemporary Art, Whitney Museum of American Art
2003 Art in the Metroplex 2003, 21st Annual Exhibition, J.M. Moudy Exhibition Space, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.
Juror: Diane Karp, Director, Santa Fe Art Institute

2000 Art in the Metroplex 2000, 18th Annual Exhibition, J.M. Moudy Exhibition Space, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.
Juror: Annette Di Meo Carlozzi, Curator of American and Contemporary Art, Blanton Museum of Art

1998 41st Annual Delta Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Juror: Peter Frank, Editor, Visions Art Quarterly and Art critic, Los Angeles Weekly

1998 Art in the Metroplex ‘98, 16th Annual Exhibition, J.M. Moudy Exhibition Space, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.
Juror: Dana Friis-Hansen, Senior Curator, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

1997 The Assemblage, 1997 Awards for Excellence in Art, Dallas Visual Art Center, Texas.
Jurors: Maria Teresa G. Pedroche, Associate Curator, Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University; Ann Thompson, Owner, L.A. Thompson Gallery; Ann Cushing-Gantz, Artist and Art Teacher
15th Annual Juried Exhibition, Pleiades Gallery, New York, New York. Juror: Donald B. Kuspit
Texas National ‘97, SFA Gallery, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas
Jurors: Doug and Mike Starn

1996 SOUTHWEST ’96, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Juried exhibition of contemporary art
from eight states. Jurors: Luis Jimenez, Artist; Charlene Teters, Artist and Professor, Institute of American
Indian Arts; Willis Hartshorn, Director, International Center of Photography
EXPO ’96, 500x Gallery, Dallas, Texas. Juror: Peter Mears, Assistant Curator and Head of the Department of Art, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin

1995 Sculpture in the Garden/in the City, Trammel Crow Center, Dallas, Texas.
Juror: Patrick McCracken, Director, Amarillo Museum of Art

AWARDS AND HONORS
2006 Dorothy Wiegner Award, Full Fellowship, four-weeks Artist Residency, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont
2004 Second Place Award, International Sculpture Symposium, Israel
J. Whitfield Collins Memorial Award (third place), Art in the Metroplex 2004
2002 Full Fellowship Award, four-week Artist Residency, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont
1995 Best of Show, Sculpture in the Garden/in the City, Dallas, Texas
Honorable Mention, Grand Prairie Art Show, Grand Prairie, Texas
1994-6 Graduate Studies Scholarship, TCU, Department of Art and Art History, Fort Worth, Texas
1993 Registered Architect, Israel
1990 Dean’s Excellence List, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

RESIDENCIES
2011 Artist in Residency, Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo, Japan
2009 Artist in Residency, East Central University, Ada, Oklahoma
Creative Passage Summer Residency, Vadito, New Mexico
2005-7 Parks Design Enhancements Artist-In-Residence Team, Fort Worth Public Art, Texas
2002-4,6 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont

COMMISSIONS
2012 I-30 Gateway Monument, Public Art Project, Fort Worth, Texas.
Commissioned by the City of Fort Worth. Budget: $265,000
Kerri and Rick Lacher, Sculpture Project, Dallas, Texas. Budget: $6,500
2011 Chisholm Trail Community Center, Public Art Sculpture Project, Fort Worth, Texas.
Commissioned by the City of Fort Worth. Budget: $67,000
2010 Developing an urban master plan for public art and design enhancement opportunities along summer Creek Boulevard, Southwest Community Center and the T’s Summer Creek Station in Fort Worth.
Commissioned by the City of Fort Worth. Budget: $425,000
2009 Ed’, Holocaust Memorial Sculpture, Shearith Israel Synagogue, Dallas, Texas. Budget: $75,000
2007 Pillar of Fire, Pillar of Cloud, Shearith Israel Synagogue, Dallas, Texas. Budget: $40,000.
Roots of Light, Fire Station Number 38, Dallas, Texas. Commissioned by the City of Dallas. Budget: $35,000
2005 Parks Design Enhancements Public Art Project, Fort Worth Public Art, Texas. Budget: $300,000
2002 Family Tree, Beckley-Saner Recreation Center Public Art sculpture project, Dallas, Texas.
Commissioned by the City of Dallas. Budget: $10,000
2000 Love Field/Medical Center, Public Art sculpture project, Dallas, Texas.
Commissioned by the City of Dallas. Budget: $48,000
1999 Mural and Logo project, Childcare Center, Minyard Food Stores, Plano, Texas.
1995 A Bright Red Dream, Department of Ballet and Modern Dance, Stage Design project, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.

SYMPOSIA AND WORKSHOPS
2010 Summer Creek Boulevard Corridor, Public Art Workshop
International Sculpture Symposium, Israel
2009 Monothon, (Press) at Untitled, Printing Workshop, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2004 International Sculpture Symposium, Israel
2000 Cast Iron, Keen Foundry Inc., Houston, Texas

PERFORMANCES
1997 Huppa, Installation in Collaboration with Dance, Arlington Museum of Art, Texas
1996 A Bright Red Dream, Installation in Collaboration with Dance, J.M. Moudy Building Courtyard, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas
1995 A Bright Red Dream, Installation in Collaboration with Dance, Dallas Visual Art Center, Texas
A Bright Red Dream, Installation in Collaboration with Dance, Diamond Gala Evening, Ed Landreth Auditorium, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas

CURATORIAL WORK
2012 Green, Marietta Patricia Leis, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, Texas
2005,7,9 Annual Art Exhibition/Auction benefiting the Leukemia-Lymphoma Society, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Texas

BIBLIOGRAPHY, LECTURES, ADJUDICATION
• Guest Critic, Interior Design Department, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas, September 5, 2012
• Guest Critic, Interior Design Department, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas, May 8, 2012
• Moderator, “Cross Cultural Art and architecture of Synagogues,” Dallas Architecture Forum,
Dallas, Texas, April 17, 2012
• Panel Discussion, Fitting In, Tychman Shapiro Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Artist Panel Led by Scott Stulen,
Project Director of MNARTISTS.ORG, January 12, 2012
• Guest Critic, Interior Design Department, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas, December 14, 2011
• Artist Talk, “W” Club, Givatayim, Israel, August 4, 2011
• Review Panel, Community ID, Public Art in Neighborhoods, Fort Worth, Texas, May 14, 2011
• Guest Juror, An Artistic Discovery, The 2011 Annual Congressional Art Competition,
Congresswoman Kay Granger, May 3, 2011
• Marilyn Bailey, Details, A bold home designed by artist Etty Horowitz is full of subtle strokes details,
360 West Magazine, Fort Worth, Texas, May, 2011
• Exhibition Advisory Panel, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, Texas, February-Present
• Panel Discussion, Center for Architecture, AIA Fort Worth, Texas, April 26, 2011
• Guest Critic, Interior Design Department, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas, September 29, 2010
• Guest Juror, An Artistic Discovery, The 2010 Annual Congressional Art Competition, Congresswoman Kay Granger. April 27, 2010
• Gabriella Fiks, “Sculpture Brake All Rules,” Elbitop, Elbit Systems Magazine, Israel, April 2010
• Michele A. Baker, “Bending Steel,” Former architect finds freedom in art. Living With Panache,
• Fort Worth Star-Telegram. March 2010
• Guest Critic, Interior Design Department, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas, February 17, 2010
• Guest Artist and Lecturer, East Central University, Ada, Oklahoma, January 27, 2010
• Rachel Gross, “Fort Worth artist Etty Horowitz creates Holocaust memorial sculpture for CSI,” Texas Jewish Post,
December 3, 2009
• Jessie Milligan, “Artist For Life,” The TCU Magazine, Spring 2009
• Art Talk, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (MAC), Dallas, Texas, April 15, 2009
• Guest Lecturer, The Dallas Chapter of Hadassah, Dallas, Texas, November 16, 2008
• Gaile Robinson, “Forward March, Works of Fort Worth artists form an exhibit that commands attention,”
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, March 23, 2008
• Visiting Artist, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas, January 2008
• Guest Lecturer, Shearith Israel Synagogue, Dallas, Texas, December 1, 2007
• Charissa N. Terranova, “Abstract Shapes Morph into Metaphors,” Dallas Morning News, August 1, 2007
• Elizabeth Field, “Fanning the Flames of Artistic Passion,” Texas Jewish Post, July 12, 2007
• Guest Juror, 21st Annual Main Street Arts Festival, Fort Worth, Texas, November 11–12, 2005
• J.D. Sparks, “All in the Family,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, April 18, 2004
• Guest Juror, Art Competition, Martin High School, Arlington, Texas, November 2003
• Mike Daniel, “Installation Art at Cidnee Patrick,” Dallas Morning News, August 8, 2003
• Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe, “Installations are More than 3-D Art,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, August 9, 2003
• Catherine Norman, “Upwards,” Artlies 38, spring 2003
• Mike Daniel, “Upwards,” Dallas Morning News, February 2003
• Anthony Mariani, “American Beauty,” Fort Worth Weekly, May 2–8, 2002
• Artist Talk, “Architects as Artists,” Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas, May 2002
• Guest Artist and Lecturer, Department of Ballet and Modern Dance, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas, April 2001
• Within Sight Exhibition Catalogue, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas, April 2001
• Panel Discussion, “Fort Worth Hot Shots: Nine Artists”, Sue Graze-moderator; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas, October 1997
• Wade Wilson, “Fort Worth Hotshots-Nine Artists,” Flash Art Magazine, October 1997
• Janet Tyson, “Visual Arts,” Arts Notes, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, April 13, 1997
• Dan R. Goddard, “Fort Worth Hot Shots Shows City Doesn’t Belong Just to the Cows,”
San Antonio Express News, February 16, 1997
• Andy Grieser, “Young at Art,” Star Time, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, November 8, 1996
• Janet Kutner, “Nine Artists and Several Surprises,” Dallas Morning News, October 18, 1996
• Richard Tobin, “Southwest ’96, Abstract and Brief Chronicle of the Time,” The Magazine, May 1996
• Interview, KFWD Television, Channel 52, Irving, Texas. “Un Todo De Poco,” February 16, 1996

SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
• City of Maalot, Israel; Celebration Nature; 7’x3’x3’; Stone, Metal
• Shearith Israel Synagogue, Dallas, Texas; Ed’, Holocaust Memorial; 12’x14’x20’; Stainless Steel, Bronze, Concrete, Stone
• Shearith Israel Synagogue, Dallas, Texas; Pillar of Cloud, Pillar of Fire; two 15’x3’x2’; Stainless steel
• City of Maalot, Israel; Adam and Eve; 5’x4’x3’; Stone
• University of North Texas, Denton, Environmental Education Department; Wave of Life, Wall installation, 10’x2’x1’,
Aluminum, Wire, Paint

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1995–present Artist, Architect, Designer, Etty Horowitz Art and Architecture, Fort Worth, Texas
1999–2000 Adjunct assistant professor, Department of Design, Merchandising and Textiles, TCU,
Fort Worth, Texas. Taught Architecture Drafting and Studio in Interior Design
1996–1997 Adjunct assistant professor, Department of Art and Art History, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas.
Taught basic Design and Color

EDUCATION
2002–2003 Post Graduate New Media Art. Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
1994–1996 Master of Fine Arts, Sculpture. Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
1995 Sculpture studies. Royal College of Art. London, England
1992–1993 Post Graduate Art. Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, Michigan
1986–1991 Bachelor of Architecture. Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
• Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
• ISC, International Sculpture Center
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Sculpting
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