2014 City of Miami Gardens, FL Art in Public Places. North Dade Recreation Building Columns, Optimist Park.
2012 UWF Pensacola, College of Business, FL Art In State Buildings Program. Light Beacons, permanent sculpture installation, entry to new plaza.
2010 Finalist, Lighthouse Park Water Reclamation Facility, Blaine, WA. Water feature, wall and pool, and Atriumentry, suspended sculpture.
2009 “Riverwalk Markers and Monoliths”, Commissioned by the City of Ferndale, WA . Installation of 8 cast cement monoliths, with embedded artifacts and “fossil” imprints. 9’ – 4’.
“Bakersfield Lighthouse”, California State University, Bakersfield, CA. A “green” sculpture installation. Reclaimed and recycled architectural elements and construction materials, including windows, church doors, sheet steel with cutouts, colored plexiglass, solar LED lights. 9‘ x 8’ x 8’.
2007 “Hudson Monuments, Markers” series, City Hall Plaza, Yonkers, NY, Lyndhurst National Historic Trust, Tarrytown, NY, and Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Pound Ridge, NY. Westchester County Department of Parks. Cast cement sculpture installations, all cast cement, pigments, embedded artifacts, plant imprints.
2005 “Luce Et Vita Universae”, % For Art, Public Art In Public Schools/SITES Program, SCA Commission, NYC, NY. PS 58 Staten Island, NYC. Permanent wall relief and suspended sculptures in atrium lobby.
2000 “Stone Water Path" earthworks sculpture at the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY. Funded in part by New York Foundation For the Arts.
1998 “Through Our Eyes: A Sense Of Place”. % For Art, Public Art In Public Schools/SITES Program. SCA Commission. Mixed media wall relief, auditorium, PS 88, Queens, NY.
1997 "House Play" permanent on-site sculpture, entry to theatre at ARTPARK, Lewiston, NY.
1990 "Our Place", Mural, Montefiore Hospital Parking Garage, Moshulu Preservation Corporation, Bronx, NY.
1988 “Play Houses”, sculpture installation of 25 “houses”, at ARTPARK, Lewiston, NY.
Awards and Honors:
2014 FEAST Miami, Finalist, Artist Projects.
2012 US State Department, Art in Embassies Program. Two Map drawings to the Ambassador's Residence, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
2012 FL AiSB Program, University of West Florida College of Business. Public art commission
2010 Pollock Krasner Foundation grant.
US Embassy, Berlin Germany. Cultural and environmental grant.
2009 City of Ferndale, WA, Public Art Commission, sculpture installation.
Sculpture Key West Exhibition Artist Grant for “Sal, Non Sal 124”.
2008 Sculpture Key West Exhibition, Key West Florida. People’s Choice Award by Sea.
Westchester Arts Council/NYSCA Arts Alive Individual Artist Grant.
2007 Artist’ Fellowship, Inc. NY, NY. Artist Grant.
2005-2006 Best Public Art Projects of the Year, for “Luce Et Vita Universae”, sponsored by the Americans For The Arts, Public Art Network and Review.
2004-2005 NYC % For Art, Public Art In Public Schools/SITES Program, SCA commission.
2001 Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Emergency Assistance Grant.
2000 New York/Israel Cultural Cooperation Commission, a joint venture of NY State and the Government of Israel, the Herbert M. Newman Theatre, and the International Artists Residence Center, Herzliya, Israel.
1999-2000 New York Foundation For The Arts, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY. Environmental sculpture grant.
1998 New York State Council For The Arts and Westchester Arts Council. Artists grant.
1997 NYC % For Art, Public Art In Public Schools/SITES Program, SCA commission.
1996 NEA/Arts Excel, TEXACO, Inc. and Westchester Arts Council, NY. AIR project grant.
1987 Artists' Space, New York, NY. Artists exhibition grant.
Lori Nozick was born in the northeast US, and lived in New York for 25 years. She currently lives in Miami and has a studio in the Fountainhead Program in Miami, FL.
Ms. Nozick holds a BFA from Philadelphia College of Art, and an MFA from Pratt Institute. The artist has exhibited her work in galleries and museums , done site-specific installations, been awarded public art commissions, and has received international, national, state, and foundation grants and fellowships for her work.
Ms Nozick collaborated with curator Ombretta Agro Andruff to present the exhibition "MIAMI 3D" in conjunction with the International Sculpture Center during Art Basel 2013. The artist was invited to do a featured project for SCOPE Art Fair Miami 2012 and created a monumental architectural sculpture. The US State Department Art In Embassies Program has taken two drawings on loan to the Ambassador's Residence in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The artist completed a permanent public art commission for the UWF College of Business, Pensacola FL, sponsored by the FL Art in State Buildings Program. Her exhibition, "Walkabout", an interior sculpture installation at the Arts and Culture Center of Hollywood, FL, opened in September 2012 and the sculpture was installed outdoors at the Deering Estate in Cutler Bay, FL in 2013.
Lori Nozick was awarded the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and an interview with photos of her work in Sculpture Magazine, "The Girl Who Liked to Smell Dirt", was published in the January-February 2012 issue. Ms. Nozick had a solo exhibition of her drawings and sculpture at berlin art scouts Gallery in Berlin, Germany in September 2010 and was invited to speak at the US Embassy in Berlin.
Ms. Nozick has taught and lectured at Pratt Institute, American University in Corciano, Italy, William Patterson University, and is currently an adjunct professor at Miami Dade College in Miami, FL.
Lori Nozick is represented by the Alejandra von Hartz Gallery, Miami FL.
The artist’s website is www.lorinozick.com .