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Raquel Steiner

D'Argenta Sculptor & Artist

RAQUEL STEINER STATUES

Raquel Steiner was born in Mexico City on March 27th, 1963.

She studied primary, highschool and bachelor at the Hamilton College. Four semesters of Graphic Design at

The Anahuac University.

At the age of thirteen she began her drawing and painting studies with teachers Beatriz Flores, Robin Bond,

Eleodoro Hernandez and Martha Orozco working on several techniques, such as pastel, acrylic, oil and watercolor.

In 1986 she began her sculpture studies with the sculptors Rebeca Camhi and Tere Memun.

Simultaneously she participates in six sculpture seminars imparted by Master Enrique Jolly.

In 1989 together with sculptor Diana Shimanovich she obtains the first place for the elaboration of a 

Monumental sculpture (2.00x 3.00 mts) requested by the Wizo Organization in Mexico, with which they commemorated 50 years of the Institution in Mexico.

Actually she works in Enrique Jolly’s sculpture workshop and in the ceramics workshop of sculptor Elisa Agami.

 

Individual  Exhibits:

 

1994  Nadia Montefiore Gallery.

1996  Pedro  Guerson Gallery.

 

Collective Exhibits. 

 1988  Pedro Guerson Gallery.

1989  Art Borders Gallery, Miami , Florida.

1992    The Mexican Judaic Woman  in Art.

1993    Park Gallery

1994    Bella Vista Golf Club

1994  Montserrat  Gallery, New York. 

1995    Park Gallery, Inauguration.

1996    Homage to Jose Luis Cuevas.

1995   Pedro Guerson Gallery.

1995       Las Lomas House

 

 

Awards and Acknowledgments.

 

1979    Monte Sinai Arts Youthful Festival, 1st place in drawing.

1980    Monte Sinai Arts  Youthful Festival, 2nd. Place in painting.

1989  1st place and elaboration of  “Roots” sculpture.

 

Public work:

 

“Roots” sculpture for the project “Life for the Life” for the WIZO México Association.

 

Artistic Activities.

 

1979-1981- 1986- 1987  Monte Sinai Arts Festival.

1985      Art Garden Israelite Sports Center

1990-1991-1994-1995         American College Art Fair.

1990  Queretaro American College Art Fair