Jeremy Anderson
Jeremy Anderson , Untitled, Carved Redwood, 19" x 5" x 8"
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Jeremy Anderson: Sculptor, Teacher 1921-1982

He was described by critic Thomas Albright as one of the two "Founding Fathers" of San Francisco Bay Area sculpture. In Jeremy Anderson's work can be found eccentric references to totems, altars, ritualistic figures, and sometimes elements of weaponary and sexuality. And the roots of the Bay Area Funk Movement can be arguably traced traced to his influence as well.

Studied at the School of Fine Arts, 1946-1950; Help found Metarts Gallery, 1949; Taught Sculpture, California School of Fine Arts, 1951; Taught at University of California, Berkeley 1955-1956; Taught sculpture, University of California, Davis 1974-1975

Selected Solo Exhibitions: Metarts Gallery, San Francisco,1949; Stable Gallery, New York 1954; Dilexi Gallery, San Francisco 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1966; Berkeley Gallery, Berkeley California 1963; San Francisco Museum of Art, 1966; Quay Gallery, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1979; Univerysity of California, Davis 1975, 1984; Museum of Contemporary Design, Chicago 1975; Monterey Pennisula Museum of Art 1995, Oakland Museum of Art 1995