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Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
|1941||Born in Altötting, Germany|
|1959||Apprenticeship with Hans Frank, Burghausen, Germany,|
|1960-63||Further studies with August Buttler, Munich, Germany|
|1962-64||Editor with literary magazine, "Nesyo", Munich, Germany|
|1964||Immigration to Berkeley, California, USA|
|1965||Studies at Mills College, and at University of California, Berkeley|
|1967-69||US Army service as consciencious objector, instructor of arts and crafts at Fort Belvoir, Virginia|
|1969||US citizenship, teacher of adult education in Oxen Hill, Maryland. Return to Oakland, CA.|
|1974||Teacher for sculpture at the Renaissance-School, Oakland, CA
Move to Israel
|1979||Move to Israel|
|1980-81||Teacher of sculpture at Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem|
|1986||Move to California|
|1965||University of California, Berkeley|
|1965||University of Nevada, Reno|
|1965||Nicole Gallery, Berkeley|
|1966||Arleigh Gallery, San Francisco|
|1968|| American Institute of Architects, Oakland
Gallery House Sol, Georgetown, Ontario, Canada
|1969||Nicole Gallery, Berkeley|
|1971||William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco|
|1972||St. Mary's College Art Gallery, Moraga, California|
|1974||E. B. Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, California|
|1981||Artists House, Jerusalem, Israel|
|1982||Debel Gallery, Ein Karem, Israel|
|1983||Horace Richter Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel|
|1984||Debel Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel|
|1985||American Cultural Center, Tel Aviv, Israel|
|1986||America House, Munich, Germany|
|1987||Victor Fischer Gallery, Oakland, California|
|1989||Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, California|
|1991||Claudia Chapline Gallery, Stinson Beach, California|
|1993||Cove Gallery, Wellfleet, Massachusetts|
|1997||Gallery 0n the Rim, San Francisco California|
|2001||Robert Greeen Fine Arts, Mill Valley, California|
|1962||City Hall, Burghausen, Germany|
|1963||Grafik Boerse, Munich, Germany|
|1965||Arleigh Gallery, San Francisco, California|
|1967||Nicole Gallery, Berkeley, California|
|1968||Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, D.C.|
|1969||Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley
William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, California
|1970||Oakland Museum, Oakland, California|
|1970-72||San Francisco Museum of Modern Art|
|1973||Galerie Gunther Franke, Munich, Germany|
|1975||Humboldt Gallery, New York|
|1976||Syntex Gallery, Palo Alto, California|
|1977||Oakland Museum, Oakland, California
Smith-Anderson Gallery, Palo Alto, California
|1978||Art in Public Buildings, Community Arts Gallery, Sacramento, CA|
|1979||Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona|
|1979-80||Travelling Exhibit, Colleges in New Jersey|
|1980||Beit Yad Lebanim, Tel Aviv, Israel|
|1981||Faculty Exhibit, Bezalel Academy, Jersusalem|
|1983||Israel Festival, Jerusalem
Jewish Museum, New York
|1988||Bay Area Bronze, Civic Arts Gallery, Walnut Creek, California|
|1991||Sculpture at City Square, Oakland, California|
|1996||Cove Gallery, Wellfleet, Massachussetts|
|1999-2000||The Gallery, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel|
"Open Caves and Floating Forms" - Joan Palm, Oakland Tribune, Oakland, California, August 8, 1971.
"Peter Boiger" - Alfred Neumeyer. Catalogue for Exhibit, Saint Mary's College, Moraga, California, 1972.
"National Community Art Competition" - Catalogue. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C., 1974.
"How To Create Your Own Design" - Dona Meilach, Jay and Bill Hinz. Doubleday and Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1975.
"Creating Small Wood Objects as Functional Sculpture" - Dona Meilach. Crown Publishers, 1 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y., 1976.
"Masters of Wood Sculpture" - Nicholas Roukes. Watson-Guptil, Publishers, New York and London, 1980
Catalogue for Exhibit. American Cultural Center, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1985.
"Cosmic Fugue" - Relief in granite, 85 x 9 feet (28 x 3 meters). AT & T, Santa Rosa, California, 1974.
"Space Fugue" - Sculpture in aluminium and plexiglass, 6 feet (1,80m) tall, ALUMAX Inc., San Mateo, California, 1974.
"Great Eye" - Sculpture in granite, 4 feet (1,20 m) high. City of Napa, California, 1976.
"Moon Sentry" - Sculpture of California redwood, 1,20m high. Maiersdorf Building, Hebrew University, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, 1982.
"Valley of the Destroyed Communities" - Yad Vashem, Holocaust Memorial, Jerusalem, Israel. Maze Environment of Stone, commemorating the Jewish communities of Europe destroyed by the Nazis. 360 x 300 x 27 feet; 120 x 100 x 9 meters. Work on Model 1983-85, Inaugurated 1992. In cooperation with Dan Zur, landscape architect, Tel Aviv, Israel.
"La Madre de la Tierra" - Reclining figure in Cantera stone, 5 x 3 x 2.5 feet. (153 x 90 x 76 cm). Thomas Bros. Map Company, Irvine, California. 1989-90.
"Wind Plow III" - Sculpture in bronze, 42 x 26 x 14 inches, (107 x 66 x 35cm). Andlinger collection, Vero Beach, Florida. 1989.
"Holocaust Memorial" - relief in cast bronze, 60 x 48 x 8 inches (1,53 x 1,22 x 0,20 m). Temple Sinai, Oakland, California, 1991
"Invocation" - sculpture in cast bronze, 48 x 36 x 5 inches (1.22 x0.92x.12cm)
"Wind Plow III" sculpture in cast bronze, 42 x 26 x 14 inches (107 x66 x35 cm)
Thomas Bros. Map Company, Irvine, California, 1991
"Invocation" - sculpture in cast bronze, 96 x 72 x 8 inches (240 x 183 x 20 cm), Seven Bridges Sculpture Park, Connecticut, 1995-96.
"Fugue for Machu Picchu" - sculpture in cast bronze; 29 x 18 x 6 inches (74 x 46 x 15 cm); Thomas Bros. Map Company, Los Angeles, CA, 1995.