Bob Booth

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Bob Booth is a SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor in charge of the sculpture curriculum and Chair of the Department of Visual Arts and New Media. He holds a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and a MFA from Syracuse University. Booth’s sculpture and drawings have been presented in more than one hundred solo and group exhibitions at museums, not-for-profit, and commercial gallery spaces within the United States and Canada over the past thirty-five years, with representation in both public and private collections.  He has given numerous lectures about his work at a variety of presentation venues, has served on the Board of Directors of the Mid-America College Art Association, and is a former President of the State University of New York Council of Art Department Chairs. Listed in Who’s Who in American Art and Who’s Who in American Education, Booth is currently a member of the International Sculpture Center.

“I have had an ongoing interest in the physical and aesthetic possibilities inherent in many materials. Never subservient to one technique, I have explored and exploited several methods and mediums with an eye for discovery and expediency. Although my thematic concerns have changed over the years, my interest in how process shapes and informs the work has remained constant.”

Phone: 716.673.3814

Faculty work:

Sculpture of alabaster, wood and steel

Mark 4.4.08
Alabaster, Wood, Steel
11.75" x 28" x 13"


Sculpture of wooden sphere with steel and paper

Mark 2:03 PM
Wood, Steel, Paper
12.5" x 13" x 13.5"


Ceramic sculpture of female

Terracotta, Wood, Wax, Mixed Media
26" x 12.5" x 12.5"


Sculpture of female, ceramic

Terracotta, Steel, Mixed Media
23.75" x 8" x 6.75"












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