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Willard Dixon
TEAM No. 1 / 30 x 30 inch children beach play in sunlight

2019

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Beach scene with children at play in the ocean water. Willard Dixon is one of the finest American contemporary realist painters who has painted western landscapes for 35 years. His work captures the undeniable beauty of the West with its grand and humble spirit. Here in Team No. 1 we see a children in the sunlight playing in the waves. There are two works in this series, Team No. 1 and Team No. 2. At this time, both paintings are available. Team No. 1 is 30 x 30 inches and was painted in 2019. Framed in a classic minimal hardwood strip frame. Dixon’s work can be found in numerous distinctive private and public collections, as well as the San Francisco Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Oakland Museum of California as well as numerous other important institutions. Signed front - Also signed, dated and titled Verso. oil on canvas. A joyous contemporary work of original art by Willard Dixon. Willard DIxon was Born: Kansas City MO, 1942 Education: Art Students League, New York, NY Cornell University Brooklyn Museum School San Francisco Art Institute, M.F.A. 1969 Awards and Commissions N.E.A. Fellowship Grant- 1989 California Supreme Court Mural Commission- 1998 Las Vegas Federal Courthouse Commission, G.S.A.-1998 Teaching 1989-90: San Francisco State University 1975: San Francisco Art Institute Realism Seminar 1974-76: Academy of Art College, San Francisco, CA 1973-74, 1976: California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA 1971-72: California State University, Hayward, CA One Man Exhibitions 2015: Willard Dixon Portraits College of Marin Fine Art Gallery, Kentfield 2014: SFMOMA Artists Gallery, San Francisco, CA. 2008: SFMOMA Artists Gallery, San Francisco, CA. 2005: Fischbach Gallery, NYC,NY 2005: Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2004: Fischbach Gallery, NYC, NY. 2002: Earl McGrath Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2002: Bolinas Museum, Bolinas, CA 2001: Hackett Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2000: Fischbach Gallery, NYC , NY 2000: Hearst Art Gallery, St. Mary’s College, Moraga, CA 1998: Hackett Freedman Gallery, SF, CA 1997: Tatistcheff/Rogers Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 1996, 1995: Contemporary Realist Gallery (now Hackett Freedman Gallery) 1994: Fischbach Gallery 1993: Contemporary Realist Gallery 1992: Fischbach Gallery 1991: Earl McGrath Gallery, 454 North, Los Angeles, CA 1990: Fischbach Gallery 1989: William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1988: Gallery 454 North, Los Angeles, CA 1987: Fischbach Gallery 1987: Gallery 454 North 1986: William Sawyer Gallery 1985: Fischbach Gallery 1984: Harris Gallery, Houston, Tx 1984: William Sawyer Gallery 1983, 1982: Fischbach Gallery 1981: William Sawyer Gallery 1980,1979: Tortue Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 1976, 1975: William Sawyer Gallery 1973, 1972: William Sawyer Gallery Selected Group Exhibitions 2017: SHIFT / with Elizabeth Barlow, Kim Frohsin, Erin Parrish, Irene Zweig, Andra Norris Gallery, Burlingame, CA 2015: REAL with Elizabeth Barlow Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA. 2014: Stillness and Activity / A father and daughter exhibition, Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA. 2013: Outwin Boocher Portrait Competition 2013 Exhibition” Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C. Hey Everybody / Portraits, Diablo Valley College 2012: Artistic Visions of the Golden Gate Bridge”, George Krevsky Gallery, S.F., CA. Introduction Two/ Gallerie Citi, Burlingame, CA. 2011: California: A Landscape of Dreams/ Fresno Art Museum 2010: Self Portrait Invitational/ Julie Nester Gallery, Park City UT 2009: On Beauty /I. Wolk Gallery, St. Helena, CA. 2008: At Water’s Edge / I. Wolk Gallery, St. Helena, CA. 2007: San Francisco Scenes/ George Krevsky Gallery, S.F., CA Ten Years- A Retrospective/ Dolby Chadwick Gallery, S.F., CA. 2006: Our Planet, Our Home/ SFMOMA Artists Gallery, S.F. CA 2005: 2005 Spring Group Show/ Earl McGrath Gallery, L.A., CA 2002: H2O’02, Paintings of Water/ Fischbach Gallery, NYC Scene in Oakland 1852-2002 Oakland Museum Oakland, CA The Garden/ Art Foundry Gallery, Sacramento, CA The Moving Still Life/ Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY Bay Area Printmakers/ works from Trillium Press, Art Foundry Gallery, Sacramento, CA California Landscape Paintings/ College of Marin Art Gallery, Kentfield, CA Bay Area Printmakers/ SF Museum of Modern Art/Artists Gallery, San Francisco, CA Visions: Northern California/ Bank of America, San Francisco, CA 2001: Opening Exhibit: Group Show, Fischbach Gallery, NY, NY 2000: Hackett Freedman Gallery Artists/ Shasta College Art Gallery, Redding, Ca 1999: Homage to the Art Institute, Artists Who Transformed American Culture, Hackett Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1999: What is Art For? What are Museums For? What are You For? curated Curated for the Oakland Museum by William T. Wiley & Mary Hull Webster, Oakland, CA 1998: Paintings of Marin County Past and Present/ The North Point Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1997: 10th Anniversary Exhibition/ Hackett Freedman Gallery, S.F., CA 1996: Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas/ Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM (traveling exhibition) Contemporary American Realist Painters/ Halls Crown Center Gallery, Kansas City, MO 1996: Foundation for the Future: Celebrating 125 Years at the San Francisco Art Institute/ One Bush St., S.F., CA 1996: New Work by Selected Gallery Artists, Tatistcheff/Rogers Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Flower Paintings/ Contemporary Realist Gallery, S.F., CA 1995: Facing Eden: 100 Years of Landscape Art in the Bay Area / De Young Museum, S.F., CA Contemporary Still Life Painting/ David Klein Gallery, Birmingham, MI 1994: Still Life/ Fischbach Gallery, New York City, NY New Bay Area Painting/ Contemporary Realist Gallery, S.F., CA A Room with a View/ The North Point Gallery, S.F., CA 1993: Bay Area Painting/ Contemporary Realist Gallery, S.F., CA Vanishing Point: A Look at Contemporary Landscape Painting”, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA Tribute/ William Sawyer Gallery, S.F., CA Revolution: Into the 2nd Century at the San Francisco Art Institute, One Market Plaza, S.F., CA Contemporary Realism: Central and Northern California Landscapes/ Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, CA The Artist as Native: Reinventing Regionalism/ a traveling exhibition curated by Alan Gussow and Babcock Galleries, N.Y., NY 1992: A Day in the Country, California Landscape Painting / I. Wolk Gallery, St. Helena, CA West Art and the Law/ Weat Publishing Co., St. Paul, MN(traveling ex.) The New York Academy of Art, New York, NY In Support of Contemporary Bay Area Artists / One Market Plaza, S.F., CA 1991: The Landscape in 20th-Century American Art: Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art/ New York, NY, National Traveling Exhibit 1990: Contemporary Landscapes/ 21st Anniversary Exhibition Tortue Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. 1990: New Bay Area Painting Contemporary Realist Gallery, S.F., CA 1989: The Modern Pastoral/ Robert Scholekopf Gallery, New York, NY 1988: Images of the Land/ William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1988: Ten Artists from the William Sawyer Gallery / Shasta College Gallery, Redding CA Works on Paper/ William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1987: The Contemporary American Landscape/ Swain Gallery, NJ 1986: Landscape, Seascape, Cityscape/ Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA 1985: The Bay Area Seen/ Bay Area Regionalists Show, Hall of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA Large Scale/ Harris Gallery, Houston, TX A City Collects/ Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco, CA American Realism/ William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1984: San Francisco Bay Area Painting/ curated by George Neubert for the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NE American Landscape Painting/ California State University, L.A. CA Western Landscape Painters/ The Museum of the West, Houston, TX The Urban Landscape / One Market Plaza, San Francisco, CA 1982: Collectors Gallery 16/ McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, TX Thirty Approaches to Realism/ William Sawyer Gallery, S.F., CA 1981: Views of California Past and Present/ Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA Landscapes/ Harris Gallery, Houston, TX 110th Anniversary S.F. Art Institute Alumni Group Show/ William Sawyer Gallery, S.F., CA 1980: Realism/ Walnut Creek Civic Arts Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA 1979: Bay Area Artists Exhibition/Sale/ Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA Omnium Gatherum/ Tortue Gallery, Los Angeles, CA California Viewpoints/ Sunne Savage Gallery, Boston, MA 1978: New Work/ Mills College Art Gallery, Oakland, CA Images of the Land/ William Sawyer Gallery, S.F., CA 1977: Contemporary California Artists/ Marshall-Meyers Gallery Alternative to the Whitney Annual/ James Yu Gallery, N. Y, N.Y. San Francisco Art Festival/ ( Airport Competition Purchase Prize) 1977: Eight Young Americans/ Montclair Museum of Art, Montclair,NJ 1976: Three From California/ Francine Sedars Gallery, Seattle, WA Faculty Show/ California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA 1975: Realism in Painting and Ceramics/ Helen Euphrat Gallery, De Anza College, Cupertino, CA 1975: A Tribute to the Art Institute/ Hansen Fuller Gallery, S.F., CA California Artists/ Utah Museum of Fine Art, Salt Lake City, UT 1974: Our Land, Our Sky, Our Water/ by Alfred Frankenstein Expo 74, Spokane, WA A Sense of Place/ curated by Alan Gussow for the Joslyn Museum, Omaha, NE The Discovery Gallery, Montclair, N.J. 1973: College of Marin Gallery, Kentfield, CA California Artists/ Kaiser Center, Oakland, CA 1972: Visiting Artists/ California State University, Hayward, CA 1970: Drawing Invitational/ Emanuel Walter Gallery, San Francisco Art Institute, S.F., CA 1970: San Francisco Art Institute Centennial Exhibition, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, S.F., CA 1967: Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art Annual, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, S.F., CA 1966: California Landscape Painters/ San Francisco Art Institute, S.F. CA. Selected Collections The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Oakland Museum The Utah Museum of Fine Art San Francisco Art Commission Shaklee Corporation Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Francisco, CA Kemper Insurance Company, Long Grove, Il Morrison and Foerester, San Francisco, CA SSI Container Corporation, San Francisco, CA San Francisco International Airport Oxford Petroleum Company, Houston,TX California First Bank, San Francisco, CA United Pipeline, Houston, TX Security Pacific National Bank, S.F., CA Crocker Bank, Los Angeles, CA Visa Corporation, San Francisco, CA Atlantic Richfield Corporation Shell Oil, Houston, TX First National Bank of Seattle RREEF Corporation, San Francisco, CA Texas Heritage Society Genstar Corporation, San Francisco, CA Sohio Corporation Skidmore Owings and Merrill, N.Y.C., NY Chemical Bank, NY Swissre Corporation, NY The Insurance Company of North America First National Bank of Midland, Texas Commerce Bank AMA Headquarters, Washington, DC Hughes Tool, Houston, TX ATT, NY Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, San Francisco, CA IBM Corporation, San Jose, CA Northern Trust Company, Chicago, IL Smith Kline and French Corp., Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Bank, San Francisco, CA Republic National Bank Chevron Trammel Crow Company, Dallas, CA U.S. Insurance Group, N.J. Southwestern Bell Corp., MO Union Bank Pacific Bell United States Trust Company, NY The United Bank of Denver, CO Cigna Corp., Philadelphia, PA Atlantic Richfield Corp., Los Angeles, CA Show, Pittman, Pots and Trobridge, Washington, DC San Francisco Zen Center Hughes Aircraft Co. Los Angeles, CA Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing (3M), St. Paul, MN Bank of America, NY Commerce Bancshares, Inc., Kansas City,MO Robinson Humphrey/American Express, Atlanta, GA Merrill Lynch, San Francisco, CA Goldman Sachs, NY Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., NY Victoria Bank and Trust, Victoria, TX NYNEX, NY Coca Cola, U.S.A., Atlanta, GA TransAmerica Corporation Pacific Telesis Group Brobeck, Phleger, & Harrison Exxon Corporation U.S. Trust Selected Private Collections Estate of Ahmet Ertegun, New York, NY Mr. Harrison Ford, Los Angeles, CA Estate of Irving Lazarr, Los Angeles, Ca Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Holzer, New York, NY Mr. and Mrs. Peter Asher, Los Angeles, CA Mr. John Irvin, London, England Ms. Joan Didion, New York , NY Ms. Sabrina Guinness, London, Eng. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hills, San Francisco, CA Mr. and Mrs. Peter Duchin Ms. Linda Ronstadt Ms. Faye Dunaway Mr . Peter Morton Mrs H.J. Heinze, New York, NY Mr. Rupert Lowenstein Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emery, San Francisco, CA Mr. Earl Mc Grath, New York, NY Mr. Nat Weiss, New York, NY Mr. Luca Barilla Mr. Bruce Schnietzer, New York, NY Dr. and Mrs. Robert Carroll, New York, NY Mrs. Nicholas Boyd, San Francisco, CA Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, San Francisco, CA Mr. Chappy Morris, New York, NY Ms. Carla Kirkeby, Los Angeles, CA Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Caplow, Los Angeles, CA Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyerowitz, New York, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gilsendaine Mrs. Caroline Cushing Graham, Los Angeles, CA Mr. Michael Nesmith, Los Angeles, CA Mr. Griffen Dunne, New York, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Erskine, Pasadena, CA Mr. N.J. Friedman, Hillsborough, CA Mr. Harold Hollingsworth, San Francisco, CA Mr. Bruce Owen, San Francisco, CA Dr. and Mrs. George Hogle, Woodside, CA Dr. and Mrs. Monstavicius, San Francisco, CA Mr. Bruce Lindstrom, Denver ,CO Mr. Tom Mazzolini, San Francisco, CA Mr. Warren Dennis, Pasadena ,CA Mr. and Mrs. Hedreen, Seattle, WA Ms. Rena Bransten, San Francisco, CA Mr. Richard Baker, Crestone, CO Selected Bibliography 2013 Arts for the City, San Francisco Civic Art and Urban Change The Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2013, National Portrait Gallery 2012 Artistic Visions of the Golden Gate Bridge, George Krevsky Gallery 1999 Art and Architecture, San Francisco Civic Center Complex, Art committee of the S.F.Civic Center Complex 1999 Nissen, Dorothy, What Good is Art? William T. Wiley & Mary Hull Webster & 100 Artists, p.11, StudioDotWiz, Berkeley, CA 1998 Driscoll, John, The Artist and the American Landscape, First Glance Books, Cobb, CA Chiang, Harriet, “Quake Shook Dust Off State Building,” San Francisco Chronicle Fri., Dec 1 1997 Bonetti, David, “Gallery Watch,” San Francisco Examiner, Nov. 14 Hackett-Freedman Gallery, 1987-1997 , Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA, (catalog with color reproduction) Dixon, Willard, Fin de Siecle Painting/ Artweek, p.18 Sept. “Review,” Artscene, Vol. 16, No.7, March, p. 12 “Arcane Still Lifes.” Southwest Art, March, p. 40 1996 Gussow, Alan & Gayle Maxon-Edgerton, Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas, (exhibition catalog), Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 1996 Farmer, Rob, “Painting the Town,” Where Magazine, May, p. 14-15 1995 Jenkins, Steven, Willard Dixon at the Contemporary Realist Gallery, Artweek, Feb., 1995, p.p. 26-27 1995 Nash, Steven, Facing Eden: 100 Years of landscape Art in the Bay Area, p.p. 155-156, Fine Arts Museums of S.F. and U. of California Press. 1993 Skolnick, Arnold, Paintings of California, p.p. 98-99, color reproduction Gussow, Alan, introduction by John Driscoll, The Artist as Native: Re-inventing Regionalism p.p.94-95, Pomegranate Artbooks 1993 Tanner, Marcia, Contemporary Landscapes Bask in Local Gallery Spotlight, San Francisco Chronicle, May 12, p.8, (Z1) “Bohemian Grooves”, Image Magazine, San Francisco Examiner, February 21, p.p.24-26 1992 Littell, Katherine M., “Willard Dixon: A California Luminist”, Art of California, November, p.p. 13-15 (Feature Article with color reproductions) Bourdon, David, “Critics Diary”, Art in America, September, p.59 1992 Brzezinski, Jamey, Willard Dixon, Art Week, January 30. Vol. 23, No.4, p. 16 (reproduction) Sims, Lowery Stokes and Lisa M. Messinger, The Landscape in Twentieth-Century American Art: Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, p.p. 130-131 (color reproduction) Jones, Harvey L., San Francisco:The Painted City, p.p. 36-37 (color reproduction) 1991 Morse, Rob, “Frisco-Style Foreplay”, San Francisco Examiner, Image Magazine, July 14,p.p.5-6 1990 Kaufman, Jason Edward, “A Resurgence of Realism-The Landscape NewYork City Tribune. May 16, p.16 1987 Garner, Colin, “LA Cienega Area”, Los Angeles Times, April 17 1986 Sims, Lowery S., Landscape, Seascape, Cityscape, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA, (catalog with reproduction) 1985 Bloom, John &Mark Levy, Facets of the Collection, Pacific Telesis Group, p.24, (catalog with color reproduction) 1984 McCloud, Mac, American Landscape Painting, California State University, Los Angeles p.p. 18-19 (catalog with color reproduction) 1984 “Sheldon Opens New Season With Four Exhibitions”, Lincoln Journal Star, September 2, p.1-H San Francisco Bay Area Painting, Nebraska Art Association, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery p.p. 16-17 (catalog with color reproduction) 1978 Frankenstein, Alfred, “A Fresh Look at Light and Air”, San Francisco Chronicle, January 14,(reproduction) 1972 The Transamerica Collection, Transamerica Corporation, p.p. 6-7 (catalog with color reproduction)
  • Creator:
    Willard Dixon (1942, American)
  • Creation Year:
    2019
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 30 in (76.2 cm)Width: 30 in (76.2 cm)Depth: 2 in (5.08 cm)
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  • Movement & Style:
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  • Gallery Location:
    Burlingame, CA
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: FDDIXW1821stDibs: LU37535119911
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For 2017, The Year of the Eclipse, the cover takes direction from a modern classic rendition of Frankenstein, with his head screwed on backwards. Maybe the only way left to paint now is by moving things forward by the only way possible,– through other mediums. The byline lyric for Eclipse is now taken from the Youngbloods popular song of 1967, Get Together,–so come on Frankenstein, ‘Smile on Your Brother’. Don Pollack EDUCATION m.f.a. Ohio State University Columbus,Ohio b.f.a. University of Illinois Urbana, Illinois SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2018 Gallery Victor Armendariz, Story Tellers, Don Pollack: True Life Novelettes, Chicago, Illinois 2016 Bridgeport Art Center, this land is not empty, Chicago, Illinois Carnegie Museum for Art and History, bernheim arboretum, New Albany, Indiana 2013 Perimeter Gallery, 34 days to washington, Chicago, Illinois 2011 Newzones Gallery, far from home, Calgary,Alberta, canada MarciaWood Gallery, far from home, Atlanta,Georgia 2010 Perimeter Gallery, mysterious island, Chicago, Illinois Marquette University Law Library, laying the foundation [a Lincoln Portrait], Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2009 Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, the lincoln project, Springfield, Illinois The Union League Club, the lincoln project, Chicago, Illinois 2007 Newzones Gallery, the sheltering sky, Calgary,Alberta, canada Merwin andWakeley Galleries, IllinoisWesleyan University, american inheritance, Bloomington, Illinois MarciaWood Gallery, night, Atlanta,Georgia 2006 MargaretThatcher Projects, american gothic, past imperfect, NewYork,NewYork Perimeter Gallery, improvisation, Chicago, Illinois 2005 Newzones Gallery, missives, Calgary,Alberta, canada MarciaWood Gallery, south of the tennessee, remains of the campaign, Atlanta, Georgia 2004 Perimeter Gallery, voyages of discovery, from the earth to the moon, NewYork, NewYork 2003 Newzones Gallery, garden of forking paths, Calgary,Alberta, canada Perimeter Gallery, a search for heroes, lincoln & the illinois landscape, Chicago, Illinois 2002 Perimeter Gallery, ancien regime, NewYork,NewYork MarciaWood Gallery, ancien regime, Atlanta,Georgia 2001 Newzones Gallery, ancien regime, Calgary,Alberta, canada 2000 Perimeter Gallery, between heaven and earth, Chicago, Illinois Newzones Gallery, preview, Calgary,Alberta, canada 1999 Newzones Gallery, north american inheritance, Calgary,Alberta, canada MarciaWood Gallery, american inheritance, Atlanta,Georgia 1998 MarciaWood Gallery, entering the circle, Atlanta,Georgia 1997 Newzones Gallery, crossing the next meridian, Calgary,Alberta, canada 1996 Peter Miller Gallery, landscape and memory, Chicago, Illinois MarciaWood Gallery, mythopoeia, an american portrait, Atlanta,Georgia 1995 Elliot Smith Gallery, St.Louis,Missouri Marx-Saunders Gallery, International Art Exposition, Chicago, Illinois 1994 Deson-Saunders Gallery, shadowlands, Chicago, Illinois 1993 Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver,British Columbia, canada Bess Cutler Gallery, NewYork,NewYork 1992 Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1991 Bess Cutler Gallery, NewYork,NewYork Deson-Saunders Gallery, between earth and sky, Chicago, Illinois 1989 Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1988 Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1987 Houghton College, Houghton,NewYork SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2015 architectural biennial, Brininstool and Lynch, Chicago, Illinois 2014 black and white, Perimeter Gallery- Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 2012 art miami , Perimeter Gallery- Chicago, Miami, Florida Group Show, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 2011 art chicago, The Merchandise Mart, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois Group Show,Kenise Barnes Gallery, Larchemont,NewYork 2010 pull, MarciaWood Gallery, Atlanta,Georgia memory is a metaphor, Kenise Barnes Gallery, Larchmont,NewYork our kind of town, Rena Sternberg Gallery, Glencoe, Illinois 2009 nature satisfies by its loveliness, Kenise Barnes Gallery, Larchmont,NewYork the exquisite corpse, Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois the big picture show, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada 2008 this just in, MarciaWood Gallery, Atlanta Georgia portraying lincoln, Madden Arts Center, Decatur, Illinois contemporary art institute of detroit, Curator’s Choice, Detroit,Michigan art chicago, The Merchandise Mart, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 2007 artwork 5, Gallery 2,Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois artscapes, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville,Tennessee atlanta gallery association preview, rep: MarciaWood Gallery, Eatonton,Georgia out of the garden, Rena Sternberg Gallery, Glencoe, Illinois art chicago, The Merchandise Mart, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 2006 states of seige, Fine Arts Center Galleries, University of Rhode Island, Kingston,Rhode Island landscape x10, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada pulse, MargaretThatcher Projects, NewYork,NewYork 2005 summer sensation, Thatcher Projects, NewYork,NewYork Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois landscape x9, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada 2004 Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois landscape x9, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada 2003 landscape x9, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada San Francisco Art Exposition, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada contemporary landscape, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois deck the walls, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada 2002 landscape x9, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada San Francisco Art Exposition, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada 2001 departure: american contemporary landscape, Indiana University Northwest Gary, Indiana Rena Sternberg Gallery, Glencoe, Illinois International Art Exposition:Chicago, Perimeter Chicago, Illinois Miami Art Exposition, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada 2000 landscape x8, Newzones Gallery, Calgary,Alberta, canada San Francisco Art Exposition, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada International Art Exposition:Chicago, Perimeter Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1999 requiem, Nexus Contemporary Art Center Atlanta,Georgia family album, MarciaWood Gallery Atlanta,Georgia 1998 the nature of landscape, South Bend Regional Museum of Art South Bend, Indiana cornucopia, Winston-Wachter Gallery NewYork,NewYork paradise and its transformations, Georgia State University, School of Art & Design Gallery Atlanta,Georgia landscape x six, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada land, air, & sea, Elliot Smith Gallery St.Louis,Missouri 1997 Marguerite Oestricher Gallery New Orleans, Louisiana MarciaWood Gallery Atlanta,Georgia Peter Miller Gallery Chicago, Illinois International Art Exposition:Chicago, Peter Miller Gallery Chicago, Illinois Seattle International Art Exposition, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada 1996 Center for the Arts Calgary,Alberta, canada Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada International Art Exposition:Chicago, Peter Miller Gallery Chicago, Illinois Seattle International Art Exposition, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada introductions, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada Peter Miller Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1995 contemporary realists, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada the nature of landscape, Fontbonne College St. Louis,Missouri first in flight, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada MarciaWood Gallery Atlanta,Georgia International Art Exposition:Chicago, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1994 contemporary realists, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art Calgary,Alberta, canada Monte Clark Gallery Vancouver,British Columbia, canada 10th anniversary group exhibition, Elliot Smith Gallery St.Louis,Missouri International Art Exposition:Chicago, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1993 Robert Berman Gallery Santa Monica, California the dreamer awakes, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois west art and the law, traveling exhibition, John B. HynesVeterans Memorial Convention Center Boston,Massachusetts/ Kennedy Gallery NewYork,NewYork/ Loyola Law School Los Angeles, California/ James R.Thompson Center Chicago, Illinois/ Minnesota Museum of Art St. Paul,Minnesota pacific, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois finesse, Skokie Public Library Skokie, Illinois skillfully, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois International Art Exposition:Chicago, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1992 Bess Cutler Gallery NewYork,NewYork Robert Berman Gallery Santa Monica, California finesse, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois land of 100 dancers, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois International Art Exposition:Chicago, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1991 chicago art today, Gallery of Contemporary Art University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado west art and the law traveling exhibition,American Association of Law Libraries New Orleans, Louisiana/ NewVisions Gallery of Contemporary Art Atlanta,Georgia/ Minnesota Museum of Art St. Paul,Minnesota/ Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee,Wisconsin International Art Exposition:Chicago, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1990 Nature/nature, Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois on nature, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois spirits in the material world, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois Los Angeles Art Exposition, Bess Cutler Gallery Los Angeles, California International Art Exposition:Chicago, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1989 the unconventional landscape, John Michael Kohler Arts Center Sheboygan,Wisconsin elements of style, history of the dividing line, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois west art and the law traveling exhibition, Bally’s Casino Reno,Nevada/ Arkansas State University Museum Jonesboro,Arkansas/ Robert Kahn Gallery Houston,Texas/ Minnesota Museum of Art St. Paul,Minnesota International Art Exposition:Chicago, Deson-Saunders Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1988 chicago now! , Arts Center South Bend, Indiana a european celebration, Limelight Building Chicago, Illinois 1987 new works, Objects Gallery Chicago, Illinois illinois 87, small painting exhibition, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois Objects Gallery Chicago, Illinois 1986 works, Dittmar Gallery Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois RuthVolid Gallery Chicago, Illinois national first annual wildlife and landscape exhibition, GalleryTriangle Washington,D.C. 1985 75th annual columbus exhibition, Columbus Museum of Art Columbus,Ohio 1984 shreveport national exhibition, Meadows Museum of Art Shreveport, Louisiana 1982 mid america biennial, Owensboro Museum of Fine Art Owensboro,Kentucky SELECTED AWARDS 2017 enrichment grant, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 2016 enrichment grant, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 2015 sabbatical grant, Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago, Illinois 2014 bernheim arboretum, artist residency, Louisville,Kentucky 2012 illinois institute of art, faculty of the year award, Chicago, Illinois 2010 marquette university law library, commission award, Milwaukee,Wisconsin sabbatical grant, Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago, Illinois 2009 order of lincoln, bicentennial edition, State of Illinois award, Springfield, Illinois school of the art institute of chicago, faculty enrichment grant, Chicago, Illinois illinois institute of art, faculty enrichment grant, Chicago, Illinois 2008 abraham lincoln presidential library and museum, grant, Springfield, Illinois 2003 philbrook museum of art, museum purchase Tulsa,Oklahoma 2002 illinois arts council fellowship, grant, State of Illinois Springfield, Illinois 1993,‘91,‘89 west art and the law, purchase West Publishing St. Paul,Minnesota 1983 ford foundation grant, Ohio State University Columbus,Ohio PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa,Oklahoma Racine Museum of Art, Racine,Wisconsin Marquette University Law Library, Milwaukee,Wisconsin Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut Union League Club, Chicago, Illinois Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Springfield, Illinois Vedder, Price, & Kammholz, Chicago, Illinois Fidelity, Charlotte,North Carolina Republican Governors Association, Washington,D.C. Allston & Bird, Washington,D.C. Corboy, Demetrio, and Clifford, Chicago, Illinois Poco Petroleum, Calgary,Alberta, Canada Burnett, Duckworth, and Palmer, Calgary,Alberta, Canada Evans, Martin, andWilson, Calgary,Alberta, Canada Metropolitian Life Insurance Company, NewYork,NewYork AmericanTelephone andTelegraph Company, Chicago, Illinois Prudential Insurance Company, Newark,New Jersey Arthur Anderson and Company, Minneapolis,Minnesota Federal Home Loan Mortgage Company, Chicago, Illinois G.D. Searle Company, Westchester,NewYork Schiff, Gorman, and Krkljes, NewYork,NewYork Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois University of Illinois, Illini Union, Urbana, Illinois Jupiter Corporation, Chicago, Illinois Atlantic Richfield Corporation, Chicago, Illinois SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Jenna Esarey, bernheim art on display at carnegie center, Courier-Journal, February 6, 2016 LaurenViera, “don pollack, mysterious island, ChicagoTribune, March 5, 2010 Jason Mojica, “don pollack: improvisation”,Time Out Chicago, February 2-9, 2006 Edward Gomez, “reimagining the landscape”,Art and Antiques,Atlanta, Georgia, October, 2003 Alan Artner, “Don Pollack”, ChicagoTribune, March 21, 2003 Anne Severson, “in the wilderness of our mind”, Fast Forward, Calgary,Alberta, Canada, December 2-8, 1999 Richard Rhodes, ed., “fast forward:a canada-wide guide to the season’s best exhibitions”,Canadian Art, Vol. 16, No. 3, , Fall/September 1999 Shelley Boettcher, “Critic’s Pick”, Calgary Herald, Gallery Guide, Calgary ,Alberta, Canada, November 18, 1999 Catherine Fox, “a convergence of landscapes”, Atlanta Constitution, October 8, 1999 Lisa A. Rundquist, “remembering beauty: the seductive & nostalgic nature of ameri - can landscape”, (Catalogue), South Bend Regional Art Museum, South Bend, Indiana, August 8-October 4, 1998 Garrett Holg, “chicago: don pollack”,Art News, January 1997 Barbara Buchholz, “don pollack”, ChicagoTribune, November 8, 1996 Jerry Cullum, “old west, new myths”,Atlanta Constitution, August 23, 1996 MarciaWood Gallery, “mythopoeia, an american portrait”, (Catalogue),Atlanta, Georgia July 27-August 24, 1996 Alexandra Bellos, “symbol pleasures”, St. Louis River FrontTimes, March 22, 1995 Debra Riley Parr, “in review, don pollack”, St Louis Post Dispatch, March 9, 1995 Malcolm Parry, column,Vancouver Sun,Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 20,1993 Alan Artner, “don pollack”, ChicagoTribune, April 19, 1992 Alan Artner, “comfortable viewing”, ChicagoTribune, February 7, 1991 Alan Artner, “don pollack”, ChicagoTribune, July 7, 1989 Jacqueline Hall, “league gathers forceful raw works for exhibition”, Columbus, Dispatch, June 9, 1985 Jacqueline Hall, “arcadia inspires local artists”, Columbus Dispatch, July 14, 1985 PUBLICATIONS 2013 34 days to washington, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, catalog 2012 Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, catalog 2010 art chicago international exposition, Mart Center, Chicago, Illinois, catalog marquette law review, vol. 93, number 4, Marquette University, Milwaukee,Wisconsin, catalog 2009 the lincoln project,Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum, Springfield, Illinois, catalog design school confidential, Extraordinary Class Projects from International Design Schools, Steven Heller & LitaTalarico, Rockport Publishers, Beverly Massachusetts, (selections featured from AdvancedTypography course, School of the Art Institute of Chicago) 2003 a search for heroes, lincoln & the illinois landscape, Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, catalog 1996 remembering beauty: the seductive & nostalgic nature of american landscape, South Bend Regional Art Museum, South Bend, catalog mythopoeia, an american portrait, MarciaWood Gallery,Atlanta, Georgia catalog 1995 art chicago international exposition, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, catalog 1994 private arts, nos.8&9, Chicago, Illinois, Art Consultant, magazine 1993,‘91,‘89 west art and the law,West Publishing Co., St.Paul Minnesota, catalog, traveling exhibition 1992 art chicago international exposition, Navy Pier., Chicago, Illinois, catalog 1991 10 th anniversery auction, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois, catalog TEACHING EXPERIENCE school of the art institute of chicago, Chicago, Illinois, Adjunct Associate Professor, September 2005- present, courses: Image Studio,AdvancedTypography and Introduction toVisual Communications illinois institute of art, Chicago, Illinois, Professor, January 1995-present, courses: 2-D, and 3-D Foundation Design, Color,Typography, Corporate Identity, and Portfolio ray college of design, Chicago, Illinois, January 1986-January 1995, courses: 2-D, and 3-D Foundation Design, Color,Typography, Corporate Identity, and Portfolio ohio state university, Department of Art, Columbus, Ohio, January 1983- June 1984, courses: Art 290 & 190, Drawing, painting, 2-D, 3-D design, color, creative process ohio state university, Department of Art, Columbus, Ohio, GraduateTeaching Associate, September 1982 January 1983, assisted and taught, 2-D Design,Drawing TUTORIALS drawing & problems of representation, North Shore Art League,Winnetka, Illinois, January 1986-April 1986 19th century hudson river school perspectives- drawing and painting, Columbus, Ohio, June 1985- August 1985 LECTURES MLKYouth Leadership Day, Elgin Center, Elgin, Illinois,“crossing the great divide,– standing rock”, January 16, 2017 Northwestern University, Slivka College, Evanston, Illinois,“crossing the great divide”, February 1, 2016 Bronx, City College of NewYork, Bronx, NewYork, “crossing the great divide”, December 10, 2015 Fluid, Society for Literature, Science, & Art Conference, Southern Methodist University, Dallas,Texas “crossing the great divide, trying to understand the collage of my landscape”, October 9, 2014 - October 12, 2014 Postnatural, Society for Literature, Science, & Art Conference, Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana “34 days to washington”, October 3, 2013 - October 6, 2013 Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “34 days to washington”, April 25,May 14,& 17, 2013 Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “mysterious island”, March 5, 2010 Union League Club, Chicago, Illinois, the lincoln project, June 17, 2009 Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum, Springfield, Illinois, the lincoln project, February 6, 2009 Merwin andWakeley Galleries, IllinoisWesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois, american inheritance, November, 13, 2007 University ofWisconsin,Eau Claire, cross cultural perspective of visual communication, presentation topic: Native America:Truth and Imagery”, April 20-21, 2007 Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “improvisation”, February 2, 2006 Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “a search for heroes, lincoln and the illinois landscape”, March 29,& April 3, 2003 Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “between heaven and earth”, December 7, 2000 Newberry Library, Map Society, Chicago, Illinois, tlon, uqbar, orbis tertius: taking measure across chicago, March 18, 1999 Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago, Illinois, Faculty TrainingWorkshop, teaching strategies, July 10, 1997 Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago, Illinois, Quantitative Mathematics course, March 11, 1997 Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, landscape and memory, October 11 & 18, 1996 MarciaWood Gallery,Atlanta, Georgia, mythopoeia, an american portrait, August 1, 1996 Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, Advanced Painting course, February 22, 1994 Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, October 21, 1993 Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, April 16 & 18, 1992 Objects Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, April 19, 1988 Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Art 190, native & american topics, April 16 & 18, 1984 Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, CS 102, Religious Themes in Literature, native & american topics, November 22, 1983 INTERVIEWS MLKYouth Leadership Day, Elgin Center, JanelleWalker,“crossing the great divide,– standing rock”, January 16, 2017 FNews SAIC Magazine, by Sophie Lucido Johnson, standing ground at standing rock, January 18, 2017 ChicagoTribune, by Heidi Stevens, artist assist standing rock, January 3, 2017 KYW News Radio 1060, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, taking measure across america, August 9, 2010 Fox/NBC, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, taking measure across america, August 9, 2010 WGRZ NBC Buffalo, NewYork, taking measure across america, July 28, 2010 WTTW, Chicago, Illinois, arts across illinois, looking for lincoln, June 19 & 21, 2009 WFLD-Fox News...
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