William Steinberg began printmaking in architecture school under the instruction of his professor, Leslie Laskey, a student of Lazlo Moholy-Nagy of the Bauhaus. Since 1985, his prints have been exhibited nationally and internationally and are included in numerous private collections in North America, Europe, and Japan. He currently prints at the Open Studio in Toronto Ontario
Working in an open studio, Mr. Steinberg has now turned to crafting sculptures of bronze, steel and concrete. An exhibition of his three dimensional series was recently mounted at the Capilano University Art Gallery. The Canadian Sculptor and Educator, George Rammell, has thoughtfully reviewed Mr. Steinberg’s work in “Architect of the Ruin” which can be read by clicking here.
– Ferry Building Gallery, West Vancouver View the photo gallery
– Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York
– Capilano University Art Gallery, North Vancouver
– 7th British International Miniature Print Exhibition, London
– Mini Print Internacional de Cadaques, Spain
– Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition BIMPE VII – Honourable Mention
– Seven Prints Acquired by Yale University Art Gallery – Permanent Collection
The CBC recently interviewed M. Steinberg on the program North By Northwest. Click PLAY to listen to the artist discuss his influences and oeuvres.