headshot of Meredith Bergmann standing outside wearing glasses

Meredith Bergmann


Meredith Bergmann is an award-winning sculptor who for over 45 years has been making work that deals with complex themes in an accessible, beautiful and stimulating way. She seeks out public commissions that explore issues of history, social justice, race, human rights, disabilities, and the power of poetry and music.

Her art has been widely exhibited and appears in 16 institutional collections. Public commissions include the 2021 FDR Hope Memorial for Roosevelt Island, NYC, the 2020 Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument for NYC’s Central Park, and the 2003 Boston Women’s Memorial on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s Back Bay. Her bronze Memorial to September 11th was installed in New York City’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine in 2012. She is currently creating Something Is Being Done, the first women’s memorial in the historic center of Lexington, MA.

Meredith’s articles, essays, reviews, and poems have appeared in many journals and anthologies, and she has been Production Designer for five feature films. Images of her sculptures may be found at www.meredithbergmann.com.