Edward S. Carpenter
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Edward is the grandson of a painter/sculptor and step-son of an architect in whose office he worked as a teenager. He studied architectural glass design in England and in Germany on a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Study in the Fine Arts. Since 1972 he has completed more than forty large scale collaborative art commissions including installations in the Hult Center for Performing Arts in Eugene, Oregon; Justice Center, Portland Oregon; and Anchorage, Alaska Performing Arts Center. His recent work includes a 60' stainless steel and glass monument for City Hall Plaza in Orlando, Florida; University projects in Wisconsin and Minnesota, glazing for a new Federal Building in Oakland, California and 500 feet of sculptural glass treatment for the Miami International Airport. He lives with his wife, a musician, and 4 year old daughter in the Coast Range mountains west of Portland, Oregon.


Public Art and Design By This Artist

"Abstract Rhythms"