BIRTH

October 3, 1952 Newport, Kentucky

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts, Studio Art

Morehead State University

Morehead, Kentucky

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2010

Sky Pieces

Allyn Gallup Contemporary Gallery

Sarasota, Florida

2008

Drawings and Sculptures

OHO-Myriad

Atlanta, Georgia

2006

Drawings and Sculptures

Anna Lamar Switzer Gallery, Pensacola Junior College

Pensacola, Florida

2003

Drawings

Hagiwara Cultural Center

Hagiwara, Japan

2002

Drawings in Two and Three Dimensions

Heriard-Cimino Gallery

New Orleans, Louisiana

Drawings and Installations

Springhill College

Mobile, Alabama

2001

Waypoints and Navigational Aids, An Exhibition of Drawings and Sculptures

SOHO-Myriad Gallery

Atlanta, Georgia

Drawings

Heriard-Cimino Gallery

New Orleans, Louisiana

Drawings and Installation

Springhill College                                        

Mobile, Alabama

2000

Drawings

SOHO-Myriad Gallery

Atlanta, Georgia

1998

The Kentucky Series: A Personal Archaeological Dig II

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

1997

Drawing Exhibit

Mira-Mar Gallery

Sarasota, Florida

1996

Storytelling

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

1995

The Kentucky Series: A Personal Archaeological Dig

INSITU

Cincinnati, Ohio

1994

Objects/Movements

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

Very Still Lifes

The McIntosh Gallery

Atlanta, Georgia

1993

Sand, Skies, Sycamores

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

Drawings

The McIntosh Gallery

Atlanta, Georgia

1992

Transients, The Florida Series

Pensacola Junior College

Pensacola, Florida

1991

Transients, The Florida Series

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

1987

Trouting for Art Series

Carnegie Arts Center

Covington, Kentucky

1986

The Soviet Series Complete

WCET Gallery

Cincinnati, Ohio

1986

Krohn Series

Michael Lowe Gallery

Cincinnati, Ohio

1982

The Soviet Series

NAB Gallery

Chicago, Illinois

1981

Architectural Elements

Carnegie Arts Center

Covington, Kentucky

1977

One Man Exhibition

Martin-Wiley Gallery

Nashville, Tennessee

1974

One Man Exhibition

Morehead State University

Morehead, Kentucky

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2008

Some Wonderful Things Part II

Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art

Sarasota, Florida

2005

Group Exhibition

SOHO-Myriad

Atlanta, Georgia

2004

Inaugural Exhibition

Center for the Living Arts

Mobile, Alabama

O What a Night

Smithsonian’s, Ogden Museum of the South

New Orleans, Louisiana

2003

Inaugural Exhibition

Smithsonian’s, Ogden Museum of the South

New Orleans, Louisiana

New Works

MiraMar Gallery

Sarasota, Florida        

Five

Mobile Arts Council

Mobile, Alabama

Cinco Banderas Collection

Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, Florida

The Capitol Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida

Visual Arts Center, Costa Rica

2002

Celebrating Ten Years

SOHO-Myriad

Atlanta, Georgia

Selections from the Cinco Banderas Collection

Vera Cruz and Mexico City Art Centers

Mexico

2001

Drawn To The Light

Dunedin Arts Center

Dunedin, Florida

2000

Spectrum

The Hunter Museum of American Art

Chattanooga, Tennessee                        

Life and Figure Paintings and Sculpture

Gallery MAC, Manhattan Athletic Club

New York, New York

Representing Representation IV

Arnot Art Museum

Elmira, New York

Contemporary American Realism III

M.A. Doran Gallery

Tulsa, Oklahoma

                                       

Painting=Poetry-ut pictura poesis

Sherry French Gallery

New York, New York

Sarasota Biennial 2000

John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Sarasota, Florida

Tonal Tonality

 Sherry French Gallery

New York, New York

19992000

Outward Bound: American Art on the Brink of the 21st Century

The Meridian International Center

Washington, D.C.  (on to Vietnam, China, Singapore and Indonesia)

                                     

1999

The Seasons

Sherry French Gallery

New York, New York

1998

American Landscapes

Arkansas Arts Center

Little Rock, Arkansas

Hiagawara Show

Center For The Arts

Hiagawara, Japan

Cinco Banderas Collection

Artel Gallery

Pensacola, Florida

Mainly Maine

Sherry French Gallery

New York, New York        

1998

Summer Show

Sherry French Gallery

New York, New York

1997

Opening Exhibition

SOHO-Myriad

Atlanta, Georgia

                         

1994

Super Realist

New Orleans Contemporary Art Center

New Orleans, Louisiana

Florida Landscape: Another Look

Valdosta Art Center

Valdosta, Georgia

                                     

1994

Fellowship Exhibition

Center of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida

The Capitol Gallery, Tallahassee, Florida

The Harn, University Gallery, Gainesville, Florida

1993–1994

Contemporary Work: Harris, Iles, Kelley, Saunders and Wilson

Pensacola Art Museum

Pensacola, Florida

1993

Drawing Exhibition

The Dunedin Art Center

Dunedin, Florida

Group 1

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

1992

The Red Clay Survey

Huntsville Museum of Art

Huntsville, Alabama

Anniversary X

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana        

1992

Preview/Review #3

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

1991

Preview/Review#2

Still-Zinsel Contemporary

New Orleans, Louisiana

1984

Landscape '84

Contemporary Art Center

Cincinnati, Ohio

1983

Century III

Nashville Gallery

Nashville, Tennessee

1978

Exchange Exhibition

Memphis Cotton Exchange

Memphis, Tennessee

1977

The Juried Exhibition

Central South Gallery

Nashville, Tennessee

1976

Hunter Annual Exhibition

Hunter Museum

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Central South Juried Exhibition

Central South Gallery

Nashville, Tennessee        

GALLERY REPRESENTATION

Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art, Sarasota, Florida

Heriard – Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana

Sherry French Gallery, New York, New York

SOHO-Myriad, Atlanta, Georgia

Steve Martin Gallery, Miami, Florida

                        

GRANTS/FELLOWSHIPS

19931994

Individual Artist Fellowship Award, Florida Arts Council, State of Florida

WORKS PURCHASED FOR PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Arkansas Art Center

Little Rock, Arkansas

Arts Council of Northwest Florida

Pensacola, Florida

City of New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana

Flint Institute of Arts

Flint, Michigan

The Goddard Center

Ardmore, Oklahoma

Grand Lakes Ritz Carlton

Orlando, Florida

Hagiwara Cultural Center

Hagiwara, Japan

K&B Drugstores Corporate Collection,

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Ogden Museum of the South

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Omni of Fort Worth

Fort Worth, Texas

New Orleans Museum of Art

New Orleans, Louisiana

Pensacola Junior College

Pensacola, Florida

Tulane School of Law, Tulane University

New Orleans, Louisiana

Westin Savannah Harbor Resort

Hutchinson Island, Georgia

WORKS PURCHASED FOR PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

E. John Bullard III, Director, New Orleans Museum of Art

New Orleans, Louisiana

Patricia Chandler

New Orleans, Louisiana

Clark Partington Hart

Pensacola, Florida

First Bank and Trust

Vaughn Hedricks

Pensacola, Florida

Larry Hesdorffer, Director, Historic District Landmarks Commission

New Orleans, Louisiana

Janet Lawrence

New York, New York

Dr. Carol Malt

Pensacola, Florida

Milling, Benson Woodward, Hillyer, Pierson & Miller

New Orleans, Louisiana

Dr. Russell Monroe

Charleston, South Carolina

Prudential Insurance Company of America

Newark, New Jersey

Rives & Richard Sexton

New Orleans, Louisiana

Jim Shirley

Pensacola, Florida

Brian & Crystal Spencer

Pensacola, Florida

Marcia E. Vetrocq, Contributing Writer, Art in America

New York, New York

Michelle and J.P. MacNeil, Architects

Pensacola, Florida

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