anthony h. garner  :  sculpture                                                                                                     










a. h. garner


1985, Master of Architecture, Syracuse University

1985, Scandinavia and Russia; Arch. Theory

1984, Florence, Italy; Arch. Design, Theory

1974, BA, Fine Arts/Sculpture, Earlham College

1971, University of Vienna; Art History

Professional Experience:

Associate, Architecture+, Lomonaco & Pitts Architects, P.C., Troy, NY, 1987 to Present

Clark J. Shaughnessy, Architect, Albany, NY, 1986-1987

Petersen, Ryan, Mallin, Architects, Albany, NY 1985

AndieCraft Wood Products, Cobleskill, New York, Sculpture and Studio Furniture to Commission, 1975-1981

Artist-in-Residence and Assistant Gallery Director,  Schoharie County Arts Council, Cobleskill, NY 1978-1980

Professional Affiliations:

International Sculpture Center

Art Center of the Capital Region

Fulton Street Gallery

Rensselaer-Taconic Land Conservancy

American Institute of Architects

Teaching Experience:  

School of Architecture, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY

Furniture Design Studios, Spring 2000

Advanced Design Development Studios, Fall 1998

Second and Third Year Design Studios, 1987-1993

School of Architecture, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

First Year Design Studio, 1984-1985

Structural Analysis and Design, 1982-1984

Visiting Artist, Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York, Summer 1980