Martin Hirschberg is a Toronto artist who has had more than 20 “One Man” exhibitions since 1961 and major commissions garnering many awards. Some of his work is included in the permanent collections of the AGO, the Stratford Art Gallery, and in private collections throughout Canada and the United States.
Hirschberg created the largest Kinetic mural ever made for The Research Centre Health Branch of the National Health and Welfare in Ottawa and a massive modular reflective sculpture for the Eaton’s Centre in Toronto that reacts to light and movement. He also founded Hirschberg Design Group, a leading interior design company.
He is a graduate of Ontario College of Art (now OCAD) and has taught numerous art classes for children and adults across Ontario.