Angie Garberina              

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I've been creating bronze sculptures and hand-printed lithographs for the past two decades in Philadelphia, Santa Fe, and now in the San Francisco Bay area. I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico in 1988 and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of North Dakota in 1997. I began teaching in 1986 and currently teach Lithography at Kala Institute in Berkeley.

I've been exhibiting my work for the past two decades in galleries and other venues. Currently I have work on display in California at ACCI Gallery in Berkeley and Christensen Heller Gallery in Oakland. I've participated in 116 juried and invitational, regional and national exhibitions including 6 solo exhibitions. I've received recognition for my work including the Change Grant awarded by Robert Rauschenberg, David White, Bradley Jeffries, James Rosenquist, Theodore Kheel, and Denise LeBeau in 1998. I've also received: 4 awards, 3 scholarships, 2 commendations, and 1 Artist-in-Residence appointment. My work is in the collections of the University of California (Berkeley) Graphic Arts Loan Collection, the Artship Foundation in Oakland, Kala Institute in Berkeley, the University of North Dakota, and the University of New Mexico Art Museum's Permanent Prints Collection.

I've worked as a professional lithography printer on other artists' work as well as printing my own work. Currently I produce lithographs in my print shop in Richmond. I've worked at Shidoni Foundry and Gallery in New Mexico and Artworks Foundry and Gallery in California, two of the largest American fine art foundries, casting other artists' works as well as my own. My favorite part of casting is being a member of a pour crew and pouring molten bronze. Currently, I work on my sculptures in my studio in Richmond.

I've been affiliated with many different artists' organizations over the years. I'm currently a member of the Berkeley Art Center. A variety of my work has been published including poems, a play, graphic illustrations, lithographs, and photographs of sculptures. Several articles on my work have also been published.

If you would like to see my work, find out about current exhibitions, or if you have any other questions please contact me via email. If you have questions about printing opportunities at Kala Institute, Berkeley or at the new printshop in Richmond, please contact me via email at

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