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 Rhoda Sherbell  (1933 - )

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: portrait sculptor of notables

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Biography from Hofstra Museum:
Rhoda Sherbell sculpts in clay, casts her work in bronze, and is best known for her realistic creations of well-known people.  The Hofstra Museum has three of Sherbell's works in its sculpture garden.

Sherbell resides on Long Island.  Her sculptures are found in many prominent museums including the National Museum of Art; the National Portrait Gallery-Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY; Brooklyn Museum, NY; and the National Museum of Sport, New York, NY.

Some of the awards she has received include the American Academy of Arts and Letters Grant, New York, NY; The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award, New York, NY; The Ford Foundation Purchase Award, Pennsylvania; the National Sculpture Society, New York, NY; and the National Association of Women Artists, New York, NY: The J.C. Willis Award.  She has been a member of the Sculptors Guild since 1979.

Casey is one of Sherbell's earlier works done in the narrative vein, highlighting the events of daily life.  Critics compare her, during this period, to the Neapolitan sculptor Gemito because of the "delicacy and sensitivity of her figures which vibrate with vitality and excitement."  One can almost hear the roar of the crowd and smell the peanuts at Shea or Yankee Stadiums when viewing Casey, and you can witness how her sculpture honors and ennobles the individual spirit.

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