Russian born sculptor, Alice Kiderman, has exhibited nationally and internationally.
Initially trained as a linguist and educator, she gradually changed her career path and followed her passion for sculpture and stone carving. She has been featured in Akron Beacon Journal (“Canton Museum of Art Offering Exhibits That Push Boundaries”, Dorothy Shinn, art critic), Art Watch (“When Stone Speaks”, “Remembered in Stone”, Tom Wachunas ), “Sun Courier”, “Art of the Day”, “The Jewish News”, “ART” (Art Review Today), as well as in “Art in America" through her affiliation with Aaron Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Her sculptures have been acquired and/or commissioned by Akron Children’s Hospital, Stoneworks, OZ Art, Five Grapes, The Putnam Sculpture Collection, Vacuum Systems International and numerous private collections throughout the country. Alice is recipient of several awards in sculpture.
In 2011 Alice Kiderman was selected to participate in Florence Biennale, Florence, Italy; in 2012 she had a successful exhibit “Made in Stone: Human Journey Through Time” at the Canton Art Museum in Canton, Ohio and in 2013 an exhibit at Jasper Center for the Arts, Indiana. In 2013 her sculptures were exhibited in New York, Miami and London, UK, among others.
Two recent projects (2013-15) were life-size commissions for OZ Performing Arts Center in Nashville, Tennessee and the Akron Children’s Hospital’s Urgent Trauma Unit.
In 2014-15 she was a Fellow of JACL, Cleveland, Ohio. Alice is an alumni of Vermont Sculpture Symposium (2009).
Her work can be seen in the following galleries:
Aaron gallery, Washington, D.C.
Katie Gingrass gallery, Milwaukee
Mishin Fine Art, San- Francisco
Malton Gallery, Cincinnati
Roth Art Collection, Cleveland