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Meryl Taradash


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"I sculpt with Wind and Light to express humanness. All my wind-driven sculptures reflect the random movement of the wind. I use movement the way a painter uses color. I want to make what is invisible, visible."

B. F. A., M. F. A., Pratt Institute; Connecticut College; Banff School of Fine Arts

Sculpting with Wind and Light


  • "Whirlwind: Art In Motion" Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens
  • The Long Island Children's Museum
  • Elaine Benson Gallery
  • James A. Michener Art Museum
  • Art Museum of University of Californa, Santa Barbara
  • Jacksonville Art Museum
  • Gallery Henoch
  • Newark Museum
  • Fordham University Lincoln Center. Click here for video.
  • The New Museum P.S. #1


  • Joan Mitchell Foundation
  • First Prize International Kinetic Art Competition
  • New Jersey State Council on the Arts
  • Ford Foundation
  • Pratt Institute Graduate Assistantships


  • "Light Dance" University of Medicine and Dentistry, Camden, N J.
  • "Waves" Aramark Corp.,Philadelphia,PA
  • "Frozen Rain Series" Hamden, CT
  • "Wind Dancing" The Long Island Children's Museum, Garden City, NY
    Click here for video of installation.
  • "The Music of Light," The Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD
  • "Etoile en L'air," University of Virginia School of Nursing, Charlottesville, VA