About Us

Al Green

Founder, Al Green (1925-2016)

The Al Green Sculpture Studio and School was founded in 2000 by sculptor, entrepreneur and philanthropist Al Green. Founding imperatives for Green were twofold: to create an inclusive artistic community that catered to artists from novice to professional, and to provide a studio environment with expanded access to accommodate members’ varied schedules. Encouraged by the contributions from luminary artists Sorel Etrog, Maryon Kantaroff and Lorne Winters, Green’s vision became a reality.

The school, located in downtown Toronto and which recently achieved Charitable Organization status is generously funded by The A & M Green Charitable Foundation and The Greenrock Charitable Trust. The school thrives with over forty-five full time members. The curriculum includes one on one instruction, geared to the individual’s ability, life modelling classes, and a variety of workshops (with special emphasis on mould making, casting, and the use of Winterstone®), academic field excursions and lectures. Rounding out the school experience, members participate in curated, commercial group exhibitions.

Board of Directors

Barry Green:
Gloria Mogavero:
Lindy Green:
William Hung:
Flavio Belli:
Lorne Winters:
Sid Golden: