Alan Loehle CV

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Born:
1954

Education:
M.F.A in Painting 1979, University of Arizona; BFA in Drawing and Painting 1975, University of Georgia 

Gallery Representation:

Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

Current Employment:
2001- Present Oglethorpe University, Professor of Studio Art


Selected Grants, Awards, and Fellowships
2007    Guggenheim Foundation, Fellowship for Painting
2000    Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Grant for Painting
1998    Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Grant for Painting
1991    Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Grant for Painting
1986    Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, Grant for Painting
1985    National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artists Fellowship for Painting
 

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2012    Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2009   Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2005   Schoolhouse Gallery, Croton Falls, New York
2004   Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1999    Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1993    Haenah-Kent Gallery, New York, New York

Selected Group Exhibitions
2015    3: Kate Javens,  Alan Loehle, Tim McDowell, New York, New York, presented by Marcia Wood Gallery
2014    Works On Paper, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2012    Context/Art Miami, Marcia Wood Gallery, Miami, Florida
2007    Year_07, Keith Talent Gallery, London, England
2006    The Howard and Judith Tullman Collection, Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama
2004    Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNC, Greensboro, North Carolina
2001    Art Chicago Navy Pier Exhibition, Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
2000    Gallery Artists Group Exhibition, Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1994    Seven Artists Converge, Haenah-Kent Gallery, New York, New York
 

Public Collections
The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
The Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, Florida
Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia
The Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
 

Selected Reviews, Articles and Publications
“Rome Series”, April 16, 2012, Burnaway (online), by Jerry Cullum.
One Hundred Southern Artists, edited by E. Ashley Rooney, Schiffer Publishing, 2012
“Exploring Old and New Themes”, Jan. 23, 2009, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, by Catherine Fox
The Beast Master," Jan/Feb 2009, The Atlantan Magazine, by Felicia Feaster.  

"Raw Materials ", Jan. 2009, Art Voices Magazine, by Jeremy   Abernathy
“Contemporary Imaginings: The Howard and Judith Tullman Collection”, Dec.10, 2006
New American Paintings, Vol. #52, July 2004
“Wild Things”, March 10, 2002, The Tampa Tribune, by Joanna Milani
(Review) Sept. 1999, Art Papers Magazine, by Cathy Byrd
“Six Dogs”, Fall 1998, The Paris Review Vol. #148
“Progression”, May 6, 1994, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, by Catherine Fox
“Love and Charity Exhibit”, Jan. 1990, The Atlantic City Press, by Penny Baker