Janet Indick

Janet Indick

Teaneck, NJ, United States

About Janet Indick

A graduate of Hunter College, Janet Suslak Indick studied art at Hunter with Robert Motherwell and Dong Kingman. She continued post- graduate work with Richard Pousette¬ Dart. Today she is a highly regarded award winning artist, a recipient of a Medal of Honor and a New Jersey State Fellowship in sculpture, and International awards. In 2011, she was inducted into Hunter College’s Hall of Fame.

Janet creates colorful contemporary sculptures in welded steel, aluminum bronze and clay. Her painting, prints and collage art work is inspired by nature, architecture, music, history, bible, and current events.

She has exhibited her sculptures, paintings and medallic art nationally and internationally in solo juried and invitational exhibitions at numerous Museums, Galleries and Universities, exhibiting with such artists as Picasso, Miro, Moore and Stella. One reviewer writes: “Indick’s maquettes convey themes of nature and architectural grandeur.”

She has received sculpture commissions for Synagogues, and several of her large-scale
Sculpture and Paintings are in the permanent collections of Universities, Corporations, Museums in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and in private collections in Israel. Her listings include Who’s Who of American Art, 2008, Contemporary Women Artists, Women Artists in America, and Dictionary of American Sculptors. Best American Sculptors, Who’s Who Among American Medallists. 2015. Her archival Records are in Nat. Mus. Of Women in the Arts, Wash DC, Stormking Art Center NY, Rutgers Univ. Women Artist Archives and the Zimmerly Museum at Rutgers Univ

Serving as an officer for many National and International professional Art Organizations, including a term as President of the National Association of Women Artists, she also served actively in community organizations, taught in public school, and is a retired director of an Early Child hood Center. Janet Indick’s art has been represented by the Lillian Heidenberg Gallery in New York, and the Kerygma gallery in New Jersey.


Hunter College, NY, (BA) Studied with Dong Kingman
Hunter College, NY (Post Graduate): Studied with Robert Motherwell
The New School, NY (Post Graduate): Studied with Richard Pousette-Dart and Gregorio Prestopino
Inducted into the Hunter College Hall of Fame 2011


Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club-Medal of Honor-National Arts Club, NY 2001
Pen and Brush -- Charlotte Dunwiddie Memorial Award Medallic Art, NY 2001
National Association of Women Artists- Gretchen Richardson Mem Award Sculpture (Bartlet,Edwards, Humphrey (Jurors) 2001
Pen and Brush – C. A. Brown Award , Medallic Art, 2000
Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club – H. W. Frismuth Bronze Sculpture Award 2000
National Association of Women Artists – Merit Award Sculpture 2000 /International Merit Award /Sculpture Online 2010
Manhattan Arts International Award, 1999/ Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club - First Award Sculpture 1999
Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club - Presidents Award Sculpture (Jurors: Adelman, Cooper, Nelson) 1996
Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club - Corporate Award Sculpture, (Jurors: Antonios, Putnam, Rosse) 1995
National Association of Women Artists - Jeffrey Childs Willis Memorial Award (Jurors: Marisol, Kotik, Romano) 1997
National Association of Women Artists - Clara Shainess Memorial Award Sculpture 1994
Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club - H.W. Frismuth Bronze Sculpture Award (Jurors: Bleifeld, Lewis, Mellon) 1992
IFFRA/AIA Forum on Religious Art/Architecture - Merit Award/Tree of Life and Sanctuary Menorah 1984
New Jersey State Council on The Arts/Fellowship Grant in Sculpture 1981
National Association of Painters and Sculptors - Sculpture Award (Juror: I.H.H. Bauer) 1980
National Association of Painters - Sculpture Award (Juror: D. Facci) 1978
Art in the Park, Paterson, NJ - Sculpture Award (Juror: P Simms) 1977
National Association of Women Artists - Pauline Law Award 1974
Upstream People Gallery Online- Merit Award Juried 7th annual color show 2010- 2nd place Award Sculpture CLWAC Salamgundi NY- 2011
National Association of Women Artists.125th Annual, Virginia Hammond Memorial Sculpture Award 2014


2005- Grounds for Sculpture, Toad Gallery, Hamilton, NJ
2004 Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY 1991-2 Quietude Garden Gallery, East Brunswick, NJ
2003 Johnson & Johnson Corp, Skillman, NJ 1990 Maurice M. Pine Library Gallery, Fairlawn, NJ
2002 Atrium Gallery, JCC, Washington Township, NJ 1986 Vineyard Gallery, New York, NY
2000-01 Broadfoot and Broadfoot, Boonton, NJ 1986 Edward Williams Gallery, Fairleigh Dickinson,
1999 Kerygma Gallery, Ridgewood, NJ Hackensack, NJ
1999 Interchurch Center Gallery, New York, NY 1985 Chubb Corp. (Sculpture Garden), Basking Ridge, NJ
1999 Boathouse Gallery, New York, NY 1984 Hebrew Tabernacle, New York, NY
1994 Bergen Museum, Paramus, NJ 1983 Mari Art Gallery (Sculpture Garden), Westchester, NY.(see pg3)
CUNY College, NY and Ithica College ,NY Franklin Lakes Public Schools, Franklin Lakes, NJ
Weingroup Equities, New York, NY Temple Sharey Tefilo Isreal,, South Orange, NJ
Rosenthal Equities, New York, NY Teaneck Jewish Center, Teaneck, NJ
Hubbard’s Cupboard, Edison, NJ Temple Beth Rishon, Wyckoff, NJ
Amp Corp., Lancaster, PA North Shore Synagogue, Syosset, NY
Myron Manufacturing Corp., Maywood, NJ Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University,
Chiropractic Health Care, Bergenfield, NJ New Brunswick, NJ
Broadfoot Collection of Fine Art, Boonton, NJ National Museum of Women in the Arts, DC
International Sculpture Center, Collection III, Florida
Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY Bergen Museum of Art, Paramus, NJ
Millennium Collection of NAWA, New York, NY
Diabetes Foundation of NJ, Ridgewood, NJ Rutgers the State University Library NJ (Kilmer ,Livingston Campus)