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Father and Son, cast bronze






Stewart Clifford Gallery, Provincetown, MA



Second prizeJames King Bonnar Show, Newton, MA. 2020


First prize, Brook Arts and Community Center, Dedham, MA. 2019


Honorable Mention, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston MA. 2019


Board Member, New England Sculptors Association


Board Member, Newton Art Association

Associate Artist, Cambridge Art Association




Father and Son, Stewart Clifford Gallery, Provincetown, MA


Social Justice, Personaland, https://www.personaland.com/hut/exhibition/social-justice

CAA MARY SCHEIN FALL SALON, Kathryn Schultz Gallery & University Place Gallery, Cambridge, MA

NAA The Annual Awards Exhibithttps://newtonartassociation.com/naa-annual-awards-show-2020/

Autumn Wonders, Stewart Clifford Gallery, Provincetown, MA

James King Bonnar Showhttps://newtonartassociation.com/james-king-bonnar-show-2020/



Still Life, A Look at the Ordinary, Juried show, Piano Craft Gallery, Boston MA 

NAA New Members Show, Nordic Hall, Scandinavian Culture Center, West Newton, MA

MARY SCHEIN FALL SALON, Kathryn Schultz Gallery & University Place Gallery, Cambridge, MA

The Annual Awards Exhibit, Newton Free Library, Newton Center, MA

Transitions, Juried show, Brook Arts and Community Center, Dedham, MA

Advocacy Through Art, Juried show, TILL Wave Gallery, Watertown, MA




As a sculptor, I strive to capture motion and to express sensual and spiritual experiences as well as to respond to deeply disturbing violations of human rights. I aim to transform these experiences into abstract and figurative static objects. I utilize a wide range of natural and exotic wood, to combine, in a unique way, a variety of colors, patterns and textures of the natural material. I have also been working with clay and bronze.


Memy Ish-Shalom is a sculptor working primarily in wood and bronze. Born in 1960 and raised in Jerusalem, Israel, he relocated by the company he worked for, to the USA in 2002, and later emigrated and settled in Newton, Massachusetts. It was in 2013, while still pursuing a high-tech career as a CEO of a publicly traded software company, that he started sculpting in his free time. His passion to create art grew and evolved significantly. By the end of 2014, he ended a 30 years career in technology, and since then is focusing entirely on his art. In 2019 he began exhibiting his artworks.


Represented by:

Stewart Clifford, Stewart Clifford Gallery

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