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Ruben Zellermayer (1949-) is a renowned Canadian sculptor who lives and works in Toronto. His education  includes a four-year art program at Northern Secondary School – Toronto; a study of casting methods in bronze at the Noack Foundry – Berlin, Germany; studies at Einhud Institute – Haifa; Metal Fabrication studies at Lion Metalworks – Toronto; and Art History at the University of Toronto.

Permanent Collections

  • 7 ft. bronze sculpture – Medical Building, 200 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto
  • 16 ft. bronze sculpture – Holocaust Museum, Lodzer Centre, North York, Ontario
  • 16 ft. and 6 ft. bronze sculptures – Village by the Grange, Toronto
  • 12 ft. sculpture, Stargazer – Meier Naef Gallery, 21 Bayfield Street, Barrie, Ontario
  • Outdoor sculpture, Safari – Kingston Mews Office Building, 1234 Kingston Road, Toronto
  • Sarnia Public Art Gallery, Sarnia, Ontario
  • Ontario College of Art Collection, Toronto
  • Right Honourable John Manley, Minister of Industry, Federal Government of Canada, 1995
  • Mr. Irving Zucker, Hamilton, Ontario

Consignments and Exhibitions

  • 2002 – Group Exhibition, Juten Gallery, Toronto
  • 2001 – Group Exhibition, Juten Gallery, Toronto
  • 2000 – Solo Exhibition of brass works, Juten Gallery, Toronto
  • 1999 – Group Exhibition, Juten Gallery, Toronto
  • 1998 – Solo Exhibition of works, Juten Gallery, Toronto
  • 1998 – Completed large painted mural for Joe Rockhead’s Restaurant, Toronto
  • 1995 – Solo Exhibition of works, Uptown Gallery, Toronto
  • 1994 – Show of 15 Sculptures, Sarnia Public Art Gallery, Sarnia, Ontario
  • 1993 – Show of sculptures, Northrop Fry Hall, University of Toronto
  • 1992 – Completed 15 sculptures in stone and painted stone for a private collection, Berlin, Germany
  • 1991-92 – Taught metal sculpture at Danforth Technical School, Toronto
  • 1991 – Exhibition of works by Norval Morrisseau and Ruben Zellermayer, La Parete Gallery, Toronto
  • 1990 – Solo Exhibition of sculptures, Inovart Art Gallery, Toronto
  • 1983-88 – Created sculptures in stone, wood, metal, fiberglass and oil pastels on wood for private homes
  • 1982 – Worked and completed a 16 foot bronze sculpture for Holocaust Museum, Lodzer Centre, North York
  • 1978-79 – Created carving stone pieces, Eix en Provence, France
  • 1977 – Illustrated for Kids Can Press and Descant (literary and arts quarterly publication), Toronto
  • 1976-77 – Art instructor for the City of North York
  • 1975 – Exhibition of Sculptures, Gallery Scollard, Toronto
  • 1974 – Drawings and Sculptures, Heritage Gallery, Toronto
  • 1973 – Solo Exhibition of works, Lampton Gallery, Toronto
  • 1972 – Lived, worked and studied in Berlin
  • 1970 – Group Exhibition, Sculptors Society of Canada
  • 1969 – Solo Exhibition of works, Branson Gallery, Toronto