Please join us April 21 from 5:30-7:30 PM for a gallery opening at Village Hall to celebrate the inspiring welded steel sculptures of Howard Sandroff. Howard moved to Northfield in 2015 and has been sculpting since the early 2000’s. After a 45 year career as an internationally recognized composer of orchestral, chamber, and computer generated music, Howard turned his talent to sculpting. He has expanded the medium of welded steel to include his interest in computer-controlled interactive sound installations and robotics.
His works have been exhibited in group shows at the Evanston Arts Center, the DOVA Temporary Gallery, Columbia College Faculty Salon, Regenstein Library, The Nicholas Conservatory, The Bill Beeck Gallery at Catholic Theological Union, The Bridgeport Arts Center Gallery and a one-man show at the Nichols Concert Hall. His most recent project is a large scale welded steel sound installation that portrays his own apocalyptic vision of the natural sonic world morphing into our mechanical and industrialized sound-scape.