Marianne Weinberg-Benson is a professional sculptor with extensive experience in the execution of permanent monumental public art projects. She specializes in both realistic bas-relief carved brick sculptures as well as abstract and representational ceramic and glass mosaics.  From a national search she was chosen to create for the Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, the award winning 750 foot long ceramic and glass mural “The Healing line of light”.  This Medical Center Metro Station won an American Institute of Architecture Award. As part of a collaborative team she won a regional competition to create a community based historical sculpture at the Ben Hill Recreation Center for the City of Atlanta, incorporating carved brick, stainless steel, fiber optic lighting and landscaping. An Urban Design Award of Excellence in Public Art was awarded to this project. Her latest completed commission is for the newly opened Robert E. Fulton library in Alpharetta, Georgia. This two part work consist of two exterior fifteen foot tall figures emerging from the front façade of the building, and four interior Ceramic Cloisonné tiles about myths from diverse cultures brought into the twenty-first century .

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