Roy Strassberg; about the artist:

Born in Brooklyn, New York Strassberg grew up in Queens and Plainview, Long Island. He studied with ceramist Richard Zakin at the State University of New York at Oswego where he earned his BA in 1972. He went on to earn his MFA in ceramics at the University of Michigan where he studied with John Stephenson. Strassberg has exhibited extensively, both regionally and nationally, and is represented in numerous museum and corporate collections. He has served as an instructor at Mankato State University since 1976 and will assume the duties of department chair of Mankato State University's Arts Department in August 1998. Strassberg resides in rural Mankato with his family-wife and fellow artist Barbara Strassberg and their two children.

This exhibition and MAEP are made possible by generous support from the Jerome Foundation.

Some thoughts and reflections by the artist about the Holocaust Bone Structures.

E-mail: Roy Strassberg


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