Jeremy J. Greenberg (born September 23, 1978) is an emerging American contemporary artist and designer known for his flamboyant and unabashedly flirtatious sculptures such as Flux Transducer produced in stainless steel, fabric, foam, heat lamps and motor.

Jeremy J. Greenberg

Occupation

Artist, Designer, Writer, Producer, Actor

 

Hometown
(Westside) Columbus, OH

 

Resides/Works
Jersey City, NJ/New York, NY

Education
Master of Fine Arts – Temple University, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Ohio University, Athens, OH

 

Awards & Scholarships
2007          Best in Show, Faculty Award , Drexel University
2006          Philadelphia Mural Art InterPark Finalist
2005          The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Nominee
2003-05     Tyler Graduate School of Art – Full Tuition & Assistantship
2004          Louise A. Cramer Sculpture Award
2003          ISC – Outstanding Student  Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture
2003          Cum Laude Honors
2003          Presidential Special Recognition Award
2003          Harvey & Deborah Breverman Scholarship
2002          Margaret Brown Krecker Award
2002          Edna Way Scholarship