Michael Oatman

MICHAEL OATMAN

BORN
August 7, 1964
Burlington, VT

EDUCATION
1992 University at Albany, Albany NY, MFA, Painting
1987-1989 Sign Painting Apprenticeship, Kershner Signs, South Burlington, VT
1986 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, BFA, Painting

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2010 All Utopias Fell, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA
2009 Annals of the Former World, Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA
2005 Conservatory, ZieherSmith Gallery, New York, NY
2005 A Lifetime of Service and a Mile of Thread, The Frances M. Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
2004 Jackknife: Recent Collage by Michael Oatman, The University of Wyoming Museum of Art, Laramie, WY
2002 Dowsing With a Knife, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
2001 Idol, Installation with audio, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA
1999 The Last Library (Kosovo Requiem), an installation with video, Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY
1996 Murder and other Wonders: Film Studies, installation, Julian Scott Gallery, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT
1995 Long Shadows: Henry Perkins and the Eugenics Survey of Vermont, installation with video and objects curated from the permanent collection of the Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
1994 Michael Oatman’s Menagerie, Schaght Fine Art Center, Russell Sage College, Troy, NY
1994 Shrapnel: Fragments from Installations, 1985-1994, Griffin Graphics Gallery, Burlington, VT
1993 Michael Oatman presents Robert MacKintosh: The Responsibilities of Disappearance, L/L Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
1992 Graduate Exhibition, University Art Gallery, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1992 A Romance in Optics, window installation commissioned by the City of Troy, Troy, NY
1991 Michael Oatman, The Knitting Factory, New York, NY
1990 Frames of Reference, Webb and Parsons North, Burlington, VT
1989 Champlain Valley Union High School, Hinesburg, VT
1987 Installation, Woods-Gerry Mansion, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1987 Summer Faculty Exhibition, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
1986 Study for a Camping Trip, installation, Bank Building Gallery, RISD, Providence, RI
1986 Senior Thesis Exhibition, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1985 Haight Street Bibliotheque, San Francisco, CA
1984 Wolf Art Gallery, Fall River, MA

GROUP AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2009 The Oatman-Lail NewsHour, The Teaching Gallery, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY
2008 Rock , Paper, Scissors, Stremmel Gallery, Reno, NV
2008 Warren Street Plugged In, Hudson, NY, curator Melissa Stafford with NYSCA funding
2008 Locally Grown, Albany International Airport Art and Culture Program, Albany International Airport, Albany, NY
2007 Michael Oatman and Alfred DeCredico, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI
2007 Then and Now, Albany Center Galleries, Albany, NY
2007 The Conceptual Object, Francis Naumann Fine Art, New York
2007 Exhibition of the Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region, Art and Culture Program, Albany International Airport, Albany, NY, juror Leah Douglas, The Founding Director and Curator of the Philadelphia International Airport’s Art Exhibition Program
2007 Nature/Nurture, Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA
2007 Vestuary Operatics, Grand Street Community Arts, St. Anthony’s Church, Albany, NY
2007 Assumed Identities, College Art Gallery, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
2006 Cutting, Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA
2006 SCOPE Art Fair, New York, NY; represented by Miller Block Gallery, Boston MA
2006 Slide Jam, The Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy, NY and Spectrum 8 Theater, Albany, NY
2006 Hybridity in Species and Spaces, 21C Museum, Louisville, KY
2006 Unless, Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA
2006 The New Collage, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, NY
2006 Global, Westport Arts Center, Westport, CT; curator Richard Klein from the Aldrich
Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
2006 Armed, Nott Memorial Gallery, Union College, Schenectady, NY
2005 Becoming Animal, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA; curator Nato Thompson
2004 Economical Food Circus, Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA; curators Nato Thompson and Bree Edwards
2004 War, Metaphor Contemporary Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2003 Tag: Recent Collages by Todd Bartel and Michael Oatman, Lenore Gray Gallery,
Providence, RI
2003 Objects for Joseph Cornell, ZieherSmith Gallery, New York, NY
2003 Unplugged: Painting in the Age of Technology, Albany International Airport Gallery,
Albany, NY
2002 Amenities, The Gershwin Hotel, New York, NY; curator Pascal Spengemann
2002 The DeCordova Annual, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
2002 2002 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, NY
2001 Taken: 1*The Photograph, 2*The Confession, part of "Issues of Identity in Recent American Art", The Gibson Gallery, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY; this exhibition traveled to The University of Tennessee, Illinois State University and William Paterson University
2001 Art at the Edge of the Law, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
2001 The Art of Illumination; Medieval to Modern, Manhattanville College Library, Purchase, NY
2000 Tontine, Hermen Goode Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2000 Long Shadows: Henry Perkins and the Eugenics Survey of Vermont (Vermont Pure), part of "Unnatural Science", MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA
2000 Redlining the Turtle, Storefront installation, Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA
2000 Taken: 1*The Photograph, 2*The Confession", part of "Searching the Criminal Body: Art/Science/Prejudice", University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1999 Faculty Show, Gallery of the College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY
1999 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, NY; juror, Mike Glier
1998 Into Focus: Art on Science, Mandeville Gallery, Union College, Schenectady, NY; curator Adrienne Klein
1997 Un6natural12thirst6 (Tale of the Middleman), an installation for RCCA travelling to The Arts Center, Troy, NY and Exquisite Corpse Artsite, Burlington, VT; in collaboration with electronic media artist John Jannone
1997 Murder and Other Wonders, an installation for the 1997 Exhibition of Artists of the
Mohawk/Hudson Region, University Art Museum, University at Albany, NY; juror Dan Cameron, Curator of The New Museum, New York, NY
1997 Mentors: An Exhibition of Artists/Teachers, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT
1997 IV International Graphic Arts Biennial, Varosi Muveszetim Museum, Gyor, Hungary; Elaine A. King, USA Curator, Carnegie Mellon Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
1996 Student/Faculty Exhibition, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1996 Paper, Firehouse Gallery, Burlington, VT
1996 The Fence Show, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY (Best of Show)
1995 Faculty Exhibition, Colburn Gallery, Art Department, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
1995 Awful Disclosures: The Life and Confessions of Andress Hall, an installation featured at "Hidden Histories", Les Urbach Gallery, Albany, NY; curated by Corinna Ripps, Assistant Curator, University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1995 Hardwear, Art in General, New York, NY
1994 Tubes, video works, RCCA, The Arts Center, Troy, NY; curated by Richard Povall
1994 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany, NY; juror, Nina Felshin, independent curator,New York, NY
1994 Faculty Exhibition, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1994 Holding Patterns, Gallery 111, Jersey City, NJ, curated by Mad Dog 2000
1994 Myths and Mysteries, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
1993 Volume I, Boulevard Projects Space, Albany, NY; curated by Andrew Boardman
1993 Monitor 93", International Video Exhibition, Stockholm, Sweden
1993 Invitational, Provincetown Artist's Colony, Provincetown, MA; curated by Bo Joseph
1992 Vox Corporis- Wounds of Our Time, Boulevard Projects Space, Albany, NY; curated by Thomas Lail, Art Critic for The Albany Times Union
1992 The Fence Show, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY, juried by Mary Murray, Curator of Contemporary Art, Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, Utica, NY (Best of Show)
1992 Goodbye to Apple Pie: Contemporary Artists View the Home in Crisis, DeCordova
Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
1992 Faculty Exhibition, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1992 Politics and Art, Levinson Kane Gallery, Boston, MA
1991 Small Works, BIG Talent, Levinson Kane Gallery, Boston, MA
1991 Second Thoughts, Schaght Fine Arts Center, Russell Sage College, Troy, NY
1991 The View From Here, Claremont Graduate School Galleries, Claremont, CA
1991 Art and Recovery, Harbor Light Center, Salvation Army, Pittsburgh, PA; curated by
artist Tim Rollins (of Tim Rollins + K.O.S.)
1991 Boulevard Projects Space, Albany, NY
1991 The HOME Show, Levinson Kane Gallery, Boston, MA
1991 Faculty Exhibition, Rensselaer County Council for the Arts, Troy, NY
1990 1990 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region", Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, NY; juried by Ken Johnson, Contributing Editor, Art in America
1990 Tom Breitenbach, Gayle Johnson, Michael Oatman, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1990 The Flower Show, Russell Sage College Gallery, Russell Sage College, Troy, NY; catalog juried by Roberta Bernstein, contemporary art historian
1990 No FUNding: Censorship in the Arts, Gallery 313, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1989 Jeff Quinn and Mike Oatman: Pictures, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI
1988 ARTZAK Collaborative Exhibition: Paintings, Computer Graphics, Simulated Products and Video From the ARTZAK Project of Brian Kane and Michael Oatman, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
1986 Emerging Artists, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI
1985 A Group Show, The Black Fan Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1985 Rhode Island School of Design Painters, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
1985 Rhode Island Watercolor Society Student Invitational, Providence, RI
1984 Open Exhibition, Gallery One, Providence, RI
1984 Annual Juried Exhibition, Bristol Art Museum, Bristol, RI
1984 Gallery One, Providence, RI
1983 Four-Play in 3-D, Boston Center for the Arts, Cyclorama, Boston, MA; juried invitational with Boston University, MASS College of Art, Museum School of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School of Design

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS
Macropolis, Museum of the University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
Laughing Stock, The DeCordova Museum and Scultpure Garden, Lincoln, MA

GRANTS, HONORS AND AWARDS
2009 Selected as the “Capital District’s Most Influential Visual Artist of the Past 30 Years”, by the editors of Metroland, Albany, NY
2007 Voted one of Top Three Artists of the Capital Region, by editors of Metroland, Albany, NY
2007 NYSCA (New York State Council on the Arts) Grant, New York, NY. $15,000 grant to develop and deploy “Hydra”, a MAX-driven video projection system for the Rensselaer-based improvisational remote-collaboration ensemble Tintinabulate, led by Professor Pauline Oliveros. The grant was co-authored by my colleague in the School of Architecture, Professor Jonas Braasch
2006 Purchase Award, 2006 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany, NY
2006 Best Artist, Metroland Readers' Poll, Albany, NY
2005 Best Artist, Metroland Editors' Choice, Albany, NY
2004 Juror’s Award, 2004 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, The
Schenectady Museum and Planetarium, Schenectady, NY
2003 Nancy Graves Foundation Award, Nancy Graves Foundation, New York, NY
2003 Purchase Award, 2003 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, The University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany, NY
2001 Nominee, Next Generation Leaders Fellowship, Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY
2001 Best of Show, The Fence Show, The Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy, NY;
juror, Sally Berger, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
2000 Commencement Speaker, Vermont College, Montpelier, VT
1999 Juror’s Award, 1999 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, The Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, NY
1999 Panelist, New York Foundation of the Arts, New York, NY
1999 Best of Show, The Fence Show, RCCA: The Arts Center Troy, NY
1999 Winner of the Juror Prize for Installation Art, for The Last Library (Kosovo Requiem), an installation with video
1997 S.O.S. Grant, NYSCA/RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1996 S.O.S. Grant, NYSCA/RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1996 Best of Show, The Fence Show, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1995 Vermont Council on the Arts Grant
1994 Juror’s Award, 1994 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, The Museum of the University at Albany, Albany, NY
1993 S.O.S. Grant, NYSCA/RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1992 Nominee, Starr Artist in Residence, Royal Academy of Art, London, England
1992 M.F.A. Distinguished Project Award, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1992 Grand Prize, Riverfront Arts Festival, Troy, NY
1992 S.O.S. Grant, NYSCA/RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1992 Nominee, N.E.A. Cultural Diversity in the Arts Grant
1992 Best of Show, The Fence Show, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY; juried by Mary Murray, Curator of Contemporary Art, Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, Utica, NY
1989-1992 Graduate Assistantship, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1990 Benevolent Grant, University at Albany, Albany, NY
1986 Teaching Fellowship, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
1984-1986 Alumni Scholarship, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1983 Edna Lawrence Memorial Scholarship, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

PERFORMANCE AND VIDEO WORK
2007 Coffered, presented at Vestuary Operatics, Grand Street Arts, Albany, NY (15 minutes)
2006 Model Citizens: A Miniature Epic, presented at Model Citizens: GIANT SIZE, Art and Culture Program, Albany International Airport, Albany, NY
2006 Model Citizens (Cambridge version), presented at Model Citizens, Cambridge Arts
Council Cambridge, MA. Part of "Public Art/Moving Site", (30 minutes), traveled to Artspace New Haven, CT, and Rockingham Arts Museum Project (RAMP), Bellows
Falls, VT
2005 A Romance in Optics, presented at Factory Direct: New Haven, ARTspace, New
Haven, CT; curated by Denise Markonish (46 minutes)
2004 Gasholder, produced for Extreme Drawing, a course in the School of Architecture,
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (30 minutes)
2002 A Lifetime of Service and a Mile of Thread, video loop, presented at Amenities, The
Gershwin Hotel, New York, NY, curated by Pascal Spengemann (15 minutes)
2002 Button Directory, video loop, presented at Amenities, The Gershwin Hotel, New
York, NY; curated by Pascal Spengemann (2 minutes)
2002 SYZYGY, video DVD, presented at The DeCordova Annual, The DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA, and the 2002 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region, Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, NY
2001 John Henry, 3 channel video installation, The Fence Show, The Arts Center of the
Capital Region, Best of Show, juried by Sally Berger, Museum of Modern Art, NY, NY
1999 Life Sentences, single channel video for projection for the exhibition, The Last
Library (Kosovo Requiem), an installation with video at the Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY, and the1999 Exhibition of Artists of the Mohawk/Hudson Region, Albany Institute of
History and Art, Albany, NY; winner of the Juror Prize for Installation Art, juror, Mike Glier
1996-1997 Floor Show, an interactive video laser disc for the exhibition, Un6natural12thirst6 (Tale of the Middleman), a traveling installation for RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY and Exquisite Corpse Artsite, Burlington, VT
1996-1997 Videosink, a videotape for the exhibition, Un6natural12thirst6 (Tale of the Middleman), a traveling installation for RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY and Exquisite Corpse Artsite, Burlington, VT
1995 The Inflammatories and Perkins Speaks, two videotapes for the installation, Long
Shadows: Henry Perkins and the Eugenics Survey of Vermont, The Robert Hull Fleming Museum, Burlington, VT
1994 Neil Rolnick's Home Game, virtual performer in a computer-driven laser disc virtual
play, presented at the Woodstock Playhouse, Woodstock, NY and The Kitchen, New York, NY
1994 El Naftazteca, a live satellite broadcast video by performance artist Guillermo
Gomez-Pena, presented on KU satellite band from the iEAR studios, Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
1994 Goldman's Soliloquy, The Time Channel, and Tale of The Middleman, were all
presented at The Surreal Field, Woodstock II, Saugerties, NY
1994 WEASELVISION, a series of interactive video pieces for the performance band The
Weasels, produced at Sharp Lads Studios, Troy, NY
1994 Untitled,performer in video document by Chelly Rock and John Jannone, produced at the iEAR studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (7 minutes)
1994 Muybridgecage, video, produced at iEAR Studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY for presentation in the exhibition Michael Oatman's Menagerie, Russell Sage College, Troy, NY
1994 BlOOdpOOl, video, produced at iEAR Studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY for presentation in the exhibition Michael Oatman's Menagerie, Russell Sage College, Troy, NY
1993 Robert MacKintosh, video, produced at iEAR Studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, Troy, NY; presented at the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, and
Video Sandbox II, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY (7 minutes)
1993 Landlock, a four-channel video environment documenting the Adirondack Park
legislation battle; assisted artist Richard Povall in the videography and installation of the 11 monitor, 200 sq. ft. environment. RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY
1993 Tale of the Middleman (gauging mercy), video, produced at the iEAR studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY; presented at Rensselaer County Council for the Arts, Troy, NY; Dartmouth College Hanover, NH; Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs,NY; Bennington College, Bennington, VT (11 minutes)
1993 The Time Channel, video, produced at the iEAR studios,Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY; presented at Video Sandbox, curated by Benjamin Jones, SUNY, Albany, NY (5 minutes)
1993 Emergency Broadcast Network, live video performance, The Palladium, New York, NY; excerpts and interview broadcast on MTV (40 minutes)
1993 Emergency Broadcast Network, live video performance, The Perishable Theater,
Providence, RI (35 minutes)
1993 D.: A Surveillance of The Last Detective, live video performance sponsored by iEAR
Studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, RPI Playhouse, Troy, NY (20 minutes)
1992 Studies for The Last Detective, video, produced at RPI’s iEAR Studios,Troy, NY (22 minutes)
1992 Performance Carpentry: A Night of Performance, sponsored by New Observations
Magazine, The Kitchen, New York, NY (5 minutes)
1992 The Hundred Hands: Women of Canterbury, video-integrated performance with music, RPI Playhouse, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (10 minutes)
1992 Eating the Ark: The Rhythm of Answers, video-integrated performance with live and
pre-recorded music, SUNY, Albany, NY (30 minutes)
1991 Throw Your Voice, performance with live and taped music, SUNY, Albany, NY (20 minutes)
1990 Methods For Drowning, video, produced at the iEAR studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (7 minutes)
1990 BlackBlackBlue, video, produced at the iEAR studios, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (2 minutes)
1989 Martha Graham Dance Company, commercial video spot for Lane Series, University of Vermont Concert Series, produced at WCAX Studios, Burlington, VT (30 seconds)
1987 The Leisure Show, multi-media cable television broadcast by ARTZAK, a fine art
collective; co-producer, writer, actor; Manhattan Cable, New York, NY (30 minutes)
1986 HelterSkelter, live performance with pre-recorded music, Rhode Island School of
Design, Providence, RI (5 minutes)
1985 Cutting the Grass, live performance with power tools, AS220, Providence, RI (5 minutes)

COMMISSIONED WORKS
In Progress
2008 all utopias fell, a permanent commission for MASS MoCA, buildings 5 and 15
2008 The Cantabrigians, Public Commission for the West Cambridge Youth Center/VFW
Hall, West Cambridge, MA in conjunction with the architectural firm of Cambridge Seven
Associates, Cambridge, MA
Completed
2009 Slightly Scary Monsters, collage on paper, 120” x 28”; a collage commissioned by id29, Troy, NY, for use in annual ad campaign
2005 Busman's Holiday, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, New York, NY; subway poster commemorating the 100th anniversary of surface transportation in New York
2001 IDOL, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA; installation commissioned for the 75th anniversary of the museum
1997 The Sidereal Passport, Erica Pittman, Gainesville, FL; collage/mobile commissioned as a gift for artist John Jannone
1994 Tabula (e) Rasa, permanent installation, Chittenden South Supervisory District,
Champlain Valley Union High School, Hinesburg, VT; gift of the Class of 1994
1992 Testimony of the Harding Photograph, a commissioned, permanent installation in the private residence of Marge and Homer Harding, Schodack, NY
1993 A Romance in Optics, The Window Project, Troy, NY; installation commissioned by the City of Troy, NY
1993 The Murphy Project, a commissioned, permanent Installation in the private residence of Art and Barbara Murphy, Menands, NY
Pending Approval
Subway Art Card for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, New York, NY

MUSEUMS, CORPORATE AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
The Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, NY
Camp Ballibay, Camptown, PA
Champlain Valley Union High School, Hinesburg, VT
De Cordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln MA
The Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Gallerie Tindouf, Tangier, Morocco
The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Liberty Mutual Insurance, Boston, MA
Publications Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Reader's Digest Corporation, Pleasantville, NY
TBF Collectibles, New York, New York
University Art Museum, University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, NY
Vidal Sassoon Collection, London, England
The Waskowmium, Burlington, VT and Barre, VT

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
Cinzia Abbate-Gardner and Peter Gardner, Rome, Italy
Richard and Nancy Bell, Hinesburg, VT
Ernst Benkert, Brooklyn, NY
Ian and Monica Berry, Saratoga Springs, NY
Andrew Boardman, Brooklyn, NY
Roberto Bocci, Washington, D.C
Frances Bronet and Jeff Paules, Eugene OR
Emily and Richard Buckingham, Larchmont, NY
Lisa Marie Charlesworth, St. Albans, VT
Lindsey Christie, Watervliet, NY
Tisha and Kai Chung, San Jose, CA
Kiera Coffee, Brooklyn, NY
Janie Cohen, Burlington, VT
Brian Coleman, Portsmouth, NH
Jane and Gil Consolini, Darien, CT
Grace Curley and John Biondo, Jamaica Plain, MA
Alfred DeCredico, Providence, RI
Mark Dion and Morgan Puett, Beach Lake, PA
Phillip and Lisa Djwa, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Elizabeth Dove and Bill Kinderwater, Missoula, MT
Anna Dyson and Chris Sharples, New York, NY
Ross and Lorraine Edwards, New York, NY
Justin and Susan Fite, Indianapolis, IN
Christopher Fox and Olivia Fischer-Fox, Belmont, MA
Mark and Trish Goodkin, New York, NY
Lenore Gray, Providence, RI
Alan Grindle, Albany, NY
Steve Guttentag, Washington, D.C.
Homer and Marge Harding, Nassau, NY
Jeffrey Hatfield, Brooklyn, NY
Richard Hayes and Anne Pugh, South Burlington, VT
Gates Hinds, New York, NY
Paul and Trish Hochman, New York, NY
Susan Hochman, Lexington, MA
George Jacobs, San Francisco, CA
John Jannone, Brooklyn NY
JG Jones, Hoboken, NJ
Bo Joseph, Brooklyn, NY
Charles Jung, Denver, CO
Barbara Kane, Boston, MA
Brian Kane, Cambridge, MA
Joseph and Larinda Keyser, Williston, VT
Eric Kidhardt and Elaine Chow, Brooklyn, NY
Thom Lail and Tara Fracalossi, Valatie, NY
Jude Lewis, Syracuse, NY
Patricia Lipman, Stephentown, NY
Arthur Ludewig, Averill Park, NY
Jack and Susan Massey, Barrington, RI
Lillian Mulero and Jan Galligan, Albany, NY
Arthur and Barbara Murphy, Bronxville, NY
Paul Nestork, Johnstown, NY
Bill Newkirk, Providence, RI
Daniel O'Brien and Lisa Coldwell O'Brien, Rensselaer, NY
Phillip Michael Oatman (no relation), Waterford, NY
Frank and Martha Lee Owen, Keene, NY
Robert and Deidre Picciano, Danbury, CT
Erica Pittman, Gainesville, FL
Annie Proulx, Laramie, WY
Jeffrey Quinn, Brooklyn, NY
Meghan Rennich, Albany, NY
Lance Richbourg, New York, NY
Robert Rovenolt, Boston, MA
Cheryl Ryder, Seattle, Washington
Jack Saad-Robinson, Brooklyn, NY
William and Stephanie Skiff, Williston, VT
Cynthia Slavens, Los Angeles, CA
Drs. Alan and Judy Sved, Valencia, PA
Craig and Drea Thorn, Andover, MA
Catherine Valenti, Providence, RI
Joan Watson, Burlington, VT
Mel Ziegler, Austin, TX
Mary Zwolinski and Paul Lewandowski, Bangor, ME
Private Collection, Boston, MA
Private Collection, Hoboken, NJ
Private Collection, Los Angeles, CA
Private Collection, Manila, The Philippines
Private Collection, Pittsburgh, PA
Private Collection, Summit, NJ
Private Collection, Washington, D.C.
Private Collection, Williston, VT

GALLERY REPRESENTATION
1986-present Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI
2005-present MillerBlock Gallery, Boston, MA
2007-present Stremmel Gallery, Reno, NV
2004-2006 Ziehersmith Gallery, New York, NY





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