Greely Myatt

Greely Myatt

Professor, Sculpture Program Coordinator

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gmyatt@memphis.edu
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Art Building Room 103
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BIOGRAPHY

Greely Myatt was born in Mississippi. He currently lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee, where he is Professor of Art at The University of Memphis. His sculptures and installations have been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the United States, Europe and Japan. He has received grants and fellowships from the Tennessee Arts Commission, The University of Memphis, The University of Georgia, Alternate Roots, Atlanta, and received the Mississippi Arts and Letters Visual Arts Award in 1994. Myatt was an exchange artist to Israel in 1998. In 2009 work from twenty years of living and working in Memphis were exhibited across the city in nine separate venues. In 2011 he was invited to Island Press at Washington University, St. Louis to produce prints. His work has been reviewed in Art in America, ArtNews, Sculpture Magazine, ArtForum, Art Papers, Number:, Juxtapoz and American Quilter. Represented by Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, and David Lusk Gallery, Memphis and Nashville, his work is in numerous private and public collections. He is currently working on a public project for Urban Arts in Memphis, TN.

EDUCATION

  • 1975 B.F.A., Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi.
  • 1980 M.F.A., University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi.

EXPERIENCE

1980-1985

  • Teaches at Itawamba Community College, Fulton, Mississippi.1983-1984
  • Artist-in-residence at University of Georgia, Athens. Ford Foundation Fellowship.

1985-1989

  • Teaches at Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas.

1989-present

  • Teaches at The University of Memphis, Tennessee.1992
  • Receives Individual Artist Fellowship from the Tennessee Arts Commission.
  • Receives Dean's Creative Achievement Award, The University of Memphis.

1993

  • Receives Alternate Roots Artist Initiative Grant, Alternate Visions, Atlanta, Georgia.

1994

  • Receives Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Award - Visual Art.

1995

  • Receives commission for Tennessee Arts Commission Interstate Sculpture Project. installed June, 1996, Hartford Welcome Center.

1998

  • Receives Tennessee/Israel Artists Exchange Fellowship, Tennessee Arts Commission.

1999

  • Promoted to Professor of Art, The University of Memphis.

2002

  • Receives Alumni Association Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Creative Arts, The University of Memphis.

2006

  • Receives Selected Alumnus of The Year, Art Department, Delta State University, Cleaveland, MS.
  • Represented by: David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN; and Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

2007

  • Receives commission for public sculpture for City Hall, Memphis thru the UrbanArts Commission.
  • Installed summer 2009.

2009

  • Mounts 20 Year Survey at ten venues across Memphis. Catalog produced. Reviewed in Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, Art News and on-line versions of Artforumn and Juxapoze.

2010

  • Receives commission for public sculpture for LeBonheur Hospital. Installed: May 2010.

2011

  • Works at Island Press, Fox school of Art, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. Produces five large prints working with Tom Reed and students in the printmaking program.

2013

  • Receives commission for public sculpture, Everybody's Talkin', for Audubon Park. UrbanArts Commission, Memphis, Tennessee. (projected installation January 2017).

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS AND INSTALLATIONS

2016

  • Maybe I Can Paint Over That. Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • What Nots (and gewgaws). David Lusk Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee.BElieVE. Bradbury Art Museum, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas.

2015

  • About Face. Mezzanine Gallery, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Pushing An Implied Narative. Sam Gore Galleries, Mississippi College, Clinton, Mississippi.

2014

  • Having Said That. David Lusk Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Not Again?! Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana.
  • And. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Left With This Myth. Cedarhurst, Mount Vernon, Illinois.
  • The Thinker and Three Shades ( w/ Rodin), Dixon Museum and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee.

2012

  • Underground at the Cotton Museum, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • NICE ONE. Swan Coach House, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Another NiCe One. Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.

2011

  • Just sayin'. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.

2010

  • Balloons for Le Bonuer. Le Bonuer Hospital, waiting room, Memphis, Tennessee.

2009

  • Sometimes I settle for a chuckle. Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • and exactly: a twenty year survey. Art Museum of the University of Memphis, Brooks Museum of Art, Rhodes College, David Lusk Gallery, On The Street, MCA Gallery Downtown, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, The Metal Museum, P & H Café, Material, Memphis, Tennessee. Catalog.
  • Quiltsurround. UrbanArts Commission, City Hall, Memphis, Tennessee.

2008

  • Sometimes I settle for a chuckle. University of the South, Swanee, Tennessee.
  • Cloudy Thoughts. Urban Art Commission, billboard installation at Belvedere and Madison, Memphis, Tennessee. (Currently being re-istalled as a permanent addition to the Parking Facility, Overton Square, Memphis. Tennessee)

2007

  • Up There. Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • SEEentences and Other Things Goin' Round. Lewis art Gallery, Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi.

2006

  • Lapses to Kill. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.

2004

  • Circumferenc or goin' round. Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, Tennessee.

2003

  • .... seeem .... David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.

2002

  • Cleave. The Art Museum at The University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Cloud. Flying Solo. Nashville International Airport, Nashville,Tennessee.
  • Gaggle. Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.

2001

  • Baseball Diamond / bats and birds / poles and pyramids. AutoZone Park/Redbird Stadium, Memphis, Tennessee.

2000

  • A Fool With An Idea.....Or Two. Ledbetter Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.

1999

  • Ways Up/Ways Down. Fine Arts Center Gallery, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR.
  • Vent. Atelierhaus Arlesheim, Arlesheim, Switzerland. (ongoing installation; installed June 1999).
  • A Brief History of Modern Sculpture. The Thompson Gallery, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

1996

  • Saddle Soap & Then Some. Ledbetter Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN
  • Carved Books and Quilted Quotes. Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS
  • Whips, Quilts, Quotes and Other Bright Ideas. UALR Gallery One, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
  • Recent Works. Sandler Hudson Gallery (niche gallery), Atlanta, GA

1993

  • Not in This House. Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, GA

1990

  • de Nada for Terry. University Gallery, Memphis State University. Brochure.

1989

  • Bottle Rack/Tree for Marcel and Bernice. Alexandria Museum of Art, Louisiana. Brochure.
  • Sculpture. Galveston Arts Center, Texas
  • Exxit. Robinson-Willis Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee.

1988

  • A Bottled Arc for Richard. Memphis Center for Contemporary Art, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • A Case of Cokes for Andy. Franklin Furnace, New York, NY
  • Recent Work. Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, KS

TWO-PERSON AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016

  • Threshold. Charles AllisArt Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Brooks Permanent Collection. Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN.
  • This May Surprise You. Art Museum of the University of Memphis, Memphis, TN.
  • Miami Project. David Lusk Gallery, Miami Beach, FL.

2015

  • Engendered. Milwaulkee Institute of Art & Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Public/Art/ists. Crosstown Arts, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Mash-Up, Artists Do Cardboard. David Lusk Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Summer Reading. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Preservatif. Marshall Arts, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Terrain III. Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Game Day. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.

2014

  • Opening. David Lusk Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Another, Once Again, Many Times More. Martos Gallery, East Marion, New York.
  • 5 x 5. Glitch, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Preservatif. The Fortress, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

2013

  • Present Tense. Dixon Museum and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Co-Lab. NU, Memphis. Tennessee.
  • Bottom Feeders. Allie Cat, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Biggest Little Art You Have Ever Seen. Southside gallery, Oxford, Mississippi.
  • Pulse Contemporary Art Fair. David Lusk Gallery, Metropolian Pavilion, NewYork, New York.
  • Memphis Social. Hyde Gallery, Marshall Arts and exterior location on Marshall Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • New Southern Vernacular. Elder Gallery, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Sculpture Garden. Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi.
  • Germantown Promanade. Outdoor Sculpture, City of Germantown, Tennessee.
  • Art of Science. Hyde Gallery, Memphis College of Art, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Bogey Nights. Memphis College of Art Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • New Southern Vernacular. Blend Studio, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Art Miami. Pavilion Booth C19, David Lusk Gallery, Miami, FL.

2012

  • Persistence: The Rural in American Art. Gund Gallery, Kenyon College, Gamiber, Ohio.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.
  • Throw: Great lengths of innovation in Modern Quilt Design. Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin Millwukee.
  • Art Miami. Pavilion Booth C12, David Lusk Gallery, Miami, FL.

2011

  • Pulse Contemporary Art Fair. David Lusk Gallery, Metropolian Pavilion, NewYork, NY.
  • Exploring Media. University Art Gallery, Western Illinios University, MCComb, IL
  • Desires, Nightmares and Dreams II. The Running Horse Contemprary Art Space, Beirut, Lebanon.
  • Dog Days. Termius 200, Atlanta, GA.
  • Syntax: Text and Symbols for a New Generation; Selections from the Hadley Martin Fisher Collection. Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.
  • America. Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX.
  • That what the modern era has gained in civility it has lost in poetic inspiration. 1646, The Hague, The Netherlands.
  • Art Miami. Pavilion Booth C12, David Lusk Gallery, Miami, FL.
  • Ripped from the studio. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.
  • Memphis Connections. (Collaboration with Julie Ann Wright). Marshall Arts, Memphis, TN.

2010

  • The Sculpted Wall. Termius 200, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • ArtSS Art around the World Sculpture Competition. Atlanta, GA
  • Werk. University of Alabama Gallery, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.
  • Americanana. The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, New York, NY.
  • Jumping Off of Cliff. McCuthan Art Center/Stephen and Palmina Pace Gallery, University of Southern Indiana, IN. Art Miami. Pavilion Booth C9, David Lusk Gallery, Miami, FL.

2009

  • LA Art Show, David Lusk Gallery, Hangar, Santa Monica, CA
  • Objects on the Horizon. Ewing Gallery, The University of Tennessee, Knoxvile. galery talk.
  • Radius 250. McComas Gallery, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. Artists' Panel.
  • Heartland. Smart Museum, The University of Chicago, IL.
  • Art Miami. Pavilion Booth B8, David Lusk Gallery, Miami, FL.
  • From the Mississippi to the Hudson. Allen Projects. New York, NY

2008

  • IOth Anniversity Exhibition, UrbanArts Commission, Memphis College of Art, Memphis, TN.
  • This and That; Recent Art From Memphis. Curated exhibit for Bry Art Gallery, University of Louisiana, Monroe.
  • Interactions/Interruptions, 10th Anniversity Exhibition, UrbanArts Commission, site pieces, Memphis, TN.
  • Art Futures- New Talent. Gallery Camille Royale, Boca Raton, FL.
  • M3D, Art at the Edge, Dixon Museum and Gardens, Memphis, TN.
  • Kinda Like A Buffet, PDX Contemporary Art, Portland, OR.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.
  • Plus one. Marshall Arts, Memphis, TN.
  • Heartland. Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
  • us: Pinkney Herbert/Greely Myatt. Kunstruimte NP40, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2007

  • LA Art Show, Hangar, Santa Monica, CA
  • Valentineis Day Event, Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, GA
  • Looks Good on Paper. Spruill Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.
  • Neo- Realism. Swam Coach House, Atlanta, GA.
  • 50/50. The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR.
  • The Fifty Delta Exhibition. The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR.
  • Class of 07. Lantana Foundation, Memphis, TN.
  • Flow/ Miami Basel. David Lusk Gallery, Miami, FL

2006

  • mFAC 001, Site Specific Work. Medicine Factory, Memphis, TN
  • Art Chicago. Milleniumn Park, Chicago, Illinios.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.
  • Art212. The 69th Regiment Armory, New York, NY.
  • Assemblation. Eyedrum, Atlanta, GA.
  • Flow/ Miami Basel. David Lusk Gallery, Miami, FL

2005

  • Not Sold In Stores: Floyd Shaman/Greely Myatt. Wright Art Center Gallery, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS.
  • south X east. Flordia Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. Catalog.
  • Maquette. McMaster Gallery, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. Brochure.
  • Catch as Catch can. The University of Louisiana, Monroe, Louisiana.
  • MAX: The Inner Voice of Art. AMUM & Delta Axis, The Art Museum of The University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee. Curator: David Moos.
  • Tide to the Vernacular. Project Creo, The Art Center, St. Pettersburg, FL.
  • Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN.

2005

  • New American Painting (a Juried Ehibition-in-Print), Number 58. The Open Studio Press, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • ScopeMIAMI. David Lusk Gallery, South Beach, Miami, Florida.

2004

  • Under Different Circumstances. The Contemporary, Atlanta Contemoprary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia. Curated by Lisa Kurzner. Brochure.
  • Sandler Hudson Selects. West Georgia State College, Carrolton, Georgia.
  • The Suitcase Series: Memphis. The Lab at the roger smith, New York, New York. Brochure.
  • Flower Show. Dixion Art Museum, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • The Price is Right. David Lusk Gallery, memphis, Tennessee.
  • Tennessee Master Works. Madison Arts Center, Nashvillee, TN. Catalog.
  • Southeastern States Sculpture Exhibition. The Center for Contemporary Art, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA. Juror: Ken Little.
  • Drawings and/or Works on Paper. Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

2003

  • Collocation: Art Department Faculty Show. Fogelman Executive Center, The University of Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Emory Chair Project. Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Brochure.
  • Artrageous. Installations at the Brewery, Memphis in May, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Art of Tennessee. Frist Art Center, Nashville, Tennessee. Cat.
  • Common Objects, Artists Tranforming the Ordinary. City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA. Curated by Melissa Messina.

2002

  • UM Art Faculty Exhibit Gallery 203, The University of Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Seeing Sun Records/Art Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Sun Records. Chandler Gallery, Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Forty-Fifth Annual Delta Exhibition. Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. Grand Award. Brochure.
  • The Price is Right 4. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.

2002

  • Side by Side. Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • 20 @ Twenty. The Art Museum at The University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Current Memphis. Kunstruimte NP40 and Shores Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland.

2001

  • Winter Group Exhibition, Second Floor Contemporary, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • A Celebration of Spring; An Exhibition of Public Work, Delta Axis, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Works on The Bluff. National Ornamental Metals Museum, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • The Price is Right 3. David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Brooks Perspectives. Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee. Guest Curator: Sam Gappmayer.
  • Domestic Disturbance. Salina Art Center, Salina, Kansas.
  • Heuristic Origins. Second Floor Contemporary, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Hotel, A Collaboratory Art Experience. Space 2B, Memphis, Tennessee.

2000

  • Wood Works. Art Gallery, The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • Do It. Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Forty-Third Annual Delta Exhibition. Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. Cat.
  • Baum Biennial. Baum Gallery of Fine Art, University of Central Arkansas.
  • Secret Memphis, A Terry Allen Collaboration. AMUM, The University of Memphis.

1999

  • Skulptur in Natur. Wasserschloss and Galerie Altes Rathaus, Inzlingen, Germany. Brochure.
  • MAX 99. The University Museum, The University of Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Flowers for the Opening. frontstore, Basel, Switzerland.
  • The Price is Right. Ledbetter Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • From Your House to Our House. Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia. Catalog.
  • The End is Near. Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, WI. Cat.

1998

  • Tenth Anniversary Exhibit: Arts in the Park, Then and Now. Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN
  • Forth-First Annual Delta Exhibition. Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. Cat.
  • New American Talent: The Thirteenth Exhibition. Blue Star Art Space, San Antonia, TX. Cat

1997

  • Elvis & Marilyn: 2 x Immortal. (travels to Japan, 1998); Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii; San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, NM (1997); Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH; Tennessee State Museum (1996); Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts (1995); Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
  • X Marks the Spot. University of Memphis Art Museum (and respective sites throughout the city) Memphis, TN. A site-specific, community-based project sponsored by NUMBER: Inc.
  • The Inferno and Then Some: Larry Edwards and Greely Myatt. Baum Gallery of Fine Art, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR
  • Cut Across the Middle: A Sub-Cultural Art Exchange. (3 exhibitions) NOW Gallery, Manitowoc, WI; Plan B Gallery, Memphis, TN; and Alternative Current ArtSpace, Austin, TX
  • Memphis PUSH. Push Alternative Space. San Francisco, CA
  • ArtFair Seattle. Ledbetter Lusk Gallery, Seattle, WA

1996

  • Wood Sculpture Exhibition and Symposium. Danforth Gallery, Portland, Maine. Cat.
  • Thirty-Ninth Annual Delta Exhibition. Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. Cat.
  • The Tool Show. Portland Contemporary Art Center, Portland, Oregon

1995

  • What Have We Here? Art Museum, The University of Memphis, TN
  • Inaugural Exhibition. Ledbetter Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN
  • Bone Circus. Plan B Gallery, Memphis, TN
  • Sculpture Garden III. Chattanooga State Technical Community College, Chattanooga, TN. Cat.
  • Seven Deadly Sins. UALR Gallery One, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR

1994

  • Micheal Aichorn/Greely Myatt. Eads Gallery, Eads, TN
  • Thirty-Seventh Annual Delta Exhibition. Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. Cat.
  • Raise the Heat. Plan B Gallery. Memphis, TN
  • Mid-South Gothic: Terri Jones/Greely Myatt. P.S. 122 Gallery, New York, NY. Brochure.
  • Smoke and Mirrors: Terri Jones/Greely Myatt. Biggin Gallery, Auburn University, Auburn, AL

1993

  • Books as Objects. Comus Gallery, Portland, Oregon
  • Little Things. Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL; Delta Axis, Memphis, TN. Cat.
  • Contemporary Parallels with Dante's Inferno. Photographic Resource Center, Memphis, TN;
  • The Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS; Nexus, Atlanta, GA; University of New
  • Orleans, LA (1994); Vanderbilt University Gallery, Nashville, TN (1994). Cat.

1993

  • Fellowship Exhibition. Tennessee Arts Commission Gallery, Nashville, TN

1992

  • Adult Contemporary Fiction. Warehouse Studios, Memphis, TN
  • The Montgomery Biennial: In & Outsiders from the American South. The Montgomery
  • Museum of Art, Montgomery, AL. Cat.
  • Brooks Biennial. Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN. Cat.
  • Mississippi Yard Art. University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
  • Mid-South Sculpture Invitational. University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Cat.

1991

  • Southern Expressions: Tales Untold. High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA. Cat.
  • Pinkney Herbert, Terri Jones, Tom Gettlefinger/Greely Myatt. Cooper Street Gallery, Memphis, TN
  • Invitational Exhibition. Arts in the Park, Memphis, TN
  • Lost and Found. Sculpture Center, New York, NY. Brochure.
  • Alabama Biennial. The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL. Cat.
  • Sculpture Tour '91. Walters State Community College, Morristown, TN. Cat.

1990

  • Containers. X Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA
  • Artists Examine Aviary Abodes. Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, WI. Cat.
  • Mediated Landscapes. Auburn University. Auburn, AL

1989

  • Not Just Idle Chatter. 78 Main. Memphis, TN
  • Two Person Exhibition. University of Mississippi. Oxford, MS
  • Mental Metal. National Ornamental Metals Museum, Memphis, TN

1988

  • Visions: Three Sculptors. The Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA
  • Stuff You've Seen Before or Haven't Seen Enough of. Memphis Center for Contemporary Art.
  • Sculpture Tour '88: Artistic Harmonic Convergence. Walters State Community College, Morristown, TN. Cat.

1987

  • Fact/Fiction/Fantasy: Recent Narrative Art in the Southeast. Ewing Gallery of Art and
  • Architecture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • small scale sculpture. LARGE SCALE SCULPTURE. Atlanta College of Art Gallery, GA. Cat.
  • Elvis. Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC.

RECENT PUBLIC COMMISSIONS

2005

  • Catch as Catch can. The University of Louisiana, Monroe, Louisiana.

2003

  • Installation. Artrageous, The Brewery, Memphis, Tennessee.

2002

  • Cloud. Flying Solo. Nashville International Airport, Nashville,Tennessee.

2001

  • Art takes Wing. Lobby Installation, Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Baseball Diamond.....Auto Zone Park, Redbirds, Inc, Memphis, Tennessee.

2000

  • Wood Bev and logdoor. Wolf River Nature Consortium, Germantown, Tennessee.

1999

  • Vent. Atelierhaus Arlesheim, Arlesheim, Switzerland.
  • RoomRug for From Your House to Our House. Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia. (temporary installation for exhibition)

1996

  • Good Morning. Interstate Sculpture Project, Department of transportation and Art Commission, State of Tennessee, Hartford, Tennessee.
  • Second Remark. Promus Corporation Headquarters, Memphis, Tennessee.