Eric Joseph has lived his life engaged in creativity. From his formal education to his life-long work experience, Eric's talents have helped support his family. Working as a sculptor, toy and industrial designer, art educator, guitar maker and more, he has led a creatively fulfilling life. In the last few years however, a rapidly degenerating arthritic condition has limited his physical activities, and the hands that have served him so well are less capable of executing the maneuvers required to continue working in the same way. Eric's creative pursuits are now of a less physically demanding nature. As this compromise has come sooner than he ever could have anticipated, he is now in the process of selling much of what remains of his sculpture portfolio.
Eric Joseph has designed and built literally hundreds of creations that are now included in collections around the world (see Exhibitions). Many of these amazing pieces are one of a kind and will never be duplicated. Please contact us about acquiring his works of art for yourself.
CURRENT EXHIBIT: Most of the Interior Sculptures are currently exhibited at the Maine Art Glass Studio & Sculpture Museum, Lisbon Falls, Maine: Please speak with Jim Nutting or Rachel Nutting at 207-353-6700. They'll be happy to speak with you. Most Outdoor Sculptures, including kinetic works, are located in Hebron, Maine.
EDUCATION: - Ed.D Nova Southeastern University – Instructional Technology & Distance Education - Doctoral R&D at Stanford University's Media Lab, Palo Alto, CA Summer 2002 -
MFA The School of the Art Institute of Chicago - Sculpture - BS(equiv.) University of Southern Maine - Art Education - BA University of Maryland - Fine Arts - HS Diploma The Baltimore Polytechnic Institute
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Locations > (Large Pieces): Hebron, Maine (Small Pieces): Maine Art Glass Studio & Sculpture Museum Lisbon Falls, Maine 207-353-6700 Jim or Rachel Nutting
Prototype - EJ Contour 7 String Electric Guitar
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