Public Sculpture


Janet’s public works respond to the social and political landscape as well as the physical. This concern affects the form, scale, text, imagery of the finished work. Civic participation and cultural preservation join forces in a collaboration between the community and the artist. Public Art provides a means for citizens to claim public space fostering a feeling of ownership and responsibility. Goldner’s public sculptures flow in and out of her studio practice, sometimes developing from smaller finished works.

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