Janet Indick is a contemporary sculptor who explores the expressive possibilities of steel and other metals in abstract sculpture for indoor and outdoor sites.
Exhibits include many solo, juried and invitational exhibitions at Museums, Galleries and Colleges in New York, New Jersey, and other states in the USA.
Internationally, my medallic sculpture has been on exhibit in Museums in Germany, Paris, Poland, and Canada.
Corporate Collections include sculptures in Towers-Perrin (New York, N.Y.); Weingroup Equities, N.Y, Rosenthal Equities, N.Y. Myron Manufacturing Corporation (Maywood, N.J.); AMP Corporation (Lancaster, PA), the International Sculpture Collection #3 (Florida), and The National Association of Women Artists Millennium Collection, (N.Y.)
Synagogue Collections include sculptures in North Shore Synagogue, (Syosset N.Y.); The Teaneck (N.J.) Jewish Center; Temple Shary Tefilo Israel (South Orange N.J.); Temple Beth Rishon (Wyckoff, N.J.) and Franklin Lakes N.J. Public Schools.
Museum Collections include the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University (New Brunswick, N.J.), The National Museum of Women in the Arts, (Washington D.C) and the Bergen Museum (Paramus, N.J.)
Sculpture Awards include the New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship, A First Award in Sculpture from the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, a Manhattan Arts International Award, National Association of Woman Artists Awards and C. A. Brown Award for Medallic Art and many others.
Reference Books include Contemporary Woman Artists, The Dictionary of American Sculptors, Women Artists in America, Sculpture Fundamentals, St James Guide to Contemporary Woman Artists and Who’s Who in American Art and. Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers
Reviews: Eileen Watkins, art Critic for the Newark Star Ledger, wrote: "Indick’s maquettes convey themes of nature and architectural grandeur"
Education: studied with Robert Motherwell and Richard Pousette-Dart,graduated from Hunter College N.Y. with a B. A. degree and continued her post-graduate work at the New School, N.Y.
Art Organizations: served as President (1997-1999) of the National Association of Women Artists, Jury Chairperson for the New York Society of Women Artists, Vice President & Sculpture Chair of Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, Advisor to St. James Press, N.A.W.A. Governing Board, and Teaneck, N.J. Arts Advisory Council, Member of Sculptors Assoc. of N.J. ,N.Y. Artists Equity, N.A.W.A,. and CLWAC