Curriculum Vitae

Robert Alger

Born in Hradec Kralove (Czech Rep.) 1968
High School Diploma – DSW (German School Washington) Washington, DC (USA) 1987
Apprentice stone carver – Washington National Cathedral Washington, DC (USA) 1979-1987
Stone Carver/Assistant – to Master Carver Vincent Palumbo Washington, DC (USA) 1987-2000
Degree in Sculpture – Accademia di Belle Arti di Carrara Carrara (Italy) 1992
Professional Member – Stone Carvers Guild USA since 2002

Sculpture Projects

Pohled (The Look) Kamenná (Czech Rep.) 2016
Flame & Tears, Hope & Sorrow - Nadja Nebelschütz (Germany) 2015
Wind of Hope, Faith and Love Nebelschütz (Germany) 2013
Brigdes of the Past, Present and Future Wunsiedel (Germany) 2013
Meeting of Neighbours Wunsiedel (Germany) 2012

Sculpture Symposiums

12. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Miltitz (Germany) 2018
25. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Wunsiedel (Germany) 2018
11. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Miltitz (Germany) 2017
10. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Miltitz (Germany) 2016
Sculpture Symposium Kaminek Jakule (Czech Rep.) 2016
22. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Wunsiedel (Germany) 2015
20. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Wunsiedel (Germany) 2013
19. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Wunsiedel (Germany) 2012
Open-Air Art Festival Vrchlabi (Czech Rep.) 2010
7. Internationales Bildhauersymposium Wunsiedel (Germany) 2000
Toscana delle Culture Pontederra (Italy) 1992

Sculpture on Exhibit

Hotel Duo Prague (Czech Rep.) 2016-
The Mark Hotel Prague (Czech Rep.) 2014-2015
Ambit Art Exhibit Prague (Czech Rep.) 2013
Rezidence Rooseveltova Prague (Czech Rep.) 2012-2013
Hotel Martin and Kristyna Spindleruv Mlyn (Czech Rep.) 2011-2013
KRNAP – Krkonoše Museum Vrchlabi (Czech Rep.) 2009-2010
Kowary Gallery Kowary (Poland) 2009
M Gallery Vrchlabi (Czech Rep.) 2007
Erickson & Ripper Gallery Alexandria, Virginia (USA) 1999-2006

Stone Carving Demonstrations

Washington National Cathedral Washington, DC (USA) 1994-2005
Smithsonian Folklife Festival Washington, DC (USA) 2001
National Gallery of Art (Greek Miracle Exhibit) Washington, DC (USA) 1992