Curriculum Vitae

Master of Fine Arts (Painting) University of Denver, Denver, CO, USA.

Bachelor of Arts, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Auraria Higher Education Center, Denver, CO, USA.

Foundation Studies. Universidad Simón Bolívar. Caracas, Venezuela

Visiting Scholar. Performance Studies (under the tutelage of Dr. Peggy Phelan).
Tisch School of the Arts. New York University. NYC, USA. 1989-90

Languages: Fluent in English and Spanish.

 

AWARDS AND PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

2014       Grant recipient. VAEA Foundation, New York, NY.

2012       Yaddo Residency recipient. Saratoga Springs, NY, USA

2006       City Award of Theater to the best set design for "Autorretrato de Artista". Caracas, Venezuela.

1999       Grant recipient, for ”Clepsydra, an installation with 13 performers.” Howard Heinz Endowment for Small Arts Organizations, through the sponsorship of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1999       Grant support from First Night Pittsburgh for the production of “Clepsydra”. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1996       Grant recipient for painting. The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY, USA.

1993       City Award of Theater to the best Set Design for "The Constant Prince". Caracas, Venezuela.

1992       First Award to Painting. XVII Salón Nacional de Arte. Aragua, Venezuela.

1992       Financorp's selected artist for annual publication. Caracas, Venezuela.

1992       Play/Set Design "Autorretrato de Artista con barba y pumpá." Selected by Search Committee from Essen to participate in the International Theater Festival. Essen, Germany.

1991       CONAC Grant Award for Visual Artists. Caracas, Venezuela.

1989-90  Visiting Scholar Award. Performance Studies, Tisch   School of the Arts, New York University, NY, USA.

1985       Painting Award to New Expressions in the Arts. Juried Salón Arturo Michelena. Valencia,Venezuela.

1980-1982      Graduate Fellowship. Fundación Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho. Caracas, Venezuela.

 

EXHIBITIONS

Solo and dual Exhibitions

2015       The Studios at East Falls, Philadelphia. Paintings, with Brian Dickerson. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

2014       Chatham Art Gallery. “Birdhouse”.Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

2011       Harrisburg College (HACC). Gettysburg, PA, USA.

2008       Diaz Mancini Gallery. “Drawings”. Caracas, Venezuela.

2006       Díaz Mancini Gallery. “Transitio: Paintings”. Caracas.

2002       Chatham College Art Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

2000       Painting Installation/Show as part of Clepsydra, a collaborative multimedia piece. Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1998       Díaz Mancini Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1997       Chatham College Art Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1997       Gettysburg College Art Gallery. Gettysburg, PA, USA.

1996       ZDF German TV Network. New York, NY, USA.

1995       Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Maracay. Aragua, Venezuela.

1994       Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas. Caracas, Venezuela.

1994       808 Penn Modern Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1993       Díaz Mancini Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1992       Bolívar Hall (with Luis Lizardo). London, England/ VIA Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1991       Venezuelan Embassy. Washington DC, USA.

1991       Venezuelan Embassy. Mexico DF, Mexico.

1990       VIA Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1989       Arte Hoy Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1987       Los Espacios Cálidos Gallery. Ateneo de Caracas.

1987       VIA Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1987       Arte Hoy Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1986       Arte Hoy Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1983       Angel Boscán Gallery. Universidad Central de Venezuela. Caracas, Venezuela.

1982       University of Denver Art Gallery. Denver, CO, USA.

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013       The State Museum, Harrisburg, USA./ Wawa Corporate Headquaters, Greater Philadelphia, PA, USA/Chatham University Faculty Show, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

2012       The Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, USA/Diálogo 365 at City Hall, Philadelphia, USA/ FIA Caracas 2012. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

2011       Dialogo 365, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA/ FIA Caracas 2011. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

2010       Duo exhibition with Vanessa Briceño. “Raíces Culturales”. Philadelphia, PA/FIA Caracas 2010. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

2009       Dialogo 365, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA/ FIA Caracas 2009. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

2008        “One World-One Home”. Capital Museum of China. Beijing; “Memorias”. Artesano Iron Works Gallery. Philadelphia, PA, USA; Faculty works. Art and Design Center, Chatham University. Pittsburgh, PA, USA; FIA Caracas 6/2008. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery. Venezuela.

2007       Faculty in Art. Art and Design Center. Chatham University. Pittsburgh, PA, USA. / “Documentaria.” National Gallery of Art. Caracas, Venezuela; “Campos de Color. Obras de la colección.” Museo Bellas Artes. Caracas, Venezuela; “Coleccionables VII”. Sala Mendoza. Caracas, Venezuela; FIA Caracas 6/2007. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery. Venezuela.

2006       Bienal “63 Salón Arturo Michelena”. Museo Ateneo de Valencia. Venezuela. “Espacios Re-dibujados: 50 años de la abstracción en Venezuela.” Fundación Corp Group Centro Cultural. Caracas, Venezuela; FIA Caracas7/2006. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

2005       “Rethinking the Painting Medium: Five Painters from the 80’s.” National Gallery of Art. Caracas, Venezuela. “Fundación Badan” exhibition. Galería San Francisco. Caracas, Venezuela. “5Artists”. Morrowfield Studios. Pittsburgh, PA. USA. FIA Caracas/2005.Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

2004       “Coincidencias”. Exhibition of four artists. Galería Félix. Caracas, Venezuela. FIA Caracas/2004.Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

2003       Faculty Show. Chatham College. Pittsburgh, PA. USA. FIA Caracas/2003. Represented by Díaz Mancini Gallery.

1999       Salón de Artes Visuales Arturo Michelena, By invitation. Museo Ateneo de Valencia. Venezuela.

1998    Visiting Faculty Exhibition. West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV, USA.

1997       "Norte del Sur:Venezuelan Art Today". Philbrook Museum of Art. Tulsa, OK, USA. "Imágenes Teatrales". Casa de Rómulo Gallegos. Caracas, Venezuela.

1996         "Messages from the interior.Twenty seven Abstract Artists". Sound Shore Gallery. Cross River, NY. USA. "Reconstructing Nature. Women Artists". Chatham College Art Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1995     "Cuarta Muestra. El Arte y el Diseño Industrial Contemporáneo". DESIGN CENTER. Caracas, Venezuela. "Salón Internacional del Grabado Contemporáneo ESTAMPA". Madrid, Spain. Group Show. Mackey Gallery. Denver, CO, USA.

1994       “Gran Premio Bienal Dimple”. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas Sofía Imber.Caracas,Venezuela. “Post Modern Botanical”. 808 Penn Modern Gallery. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1993       "I Bienal Dimple". Salón III. Ateneo de Valencia, Venezuela. "Amigos Comparte III". Sociedad de Amigos de la Compañía Nacional de Teatro. Caracas, V enezuela. "Los Cien Artistas Fundadores del CAM". Centro de Arte de Maracaibo LIA BERMUDEZ. Maracaibo, Venezuela. "Venezuela es Así". Casa de América, Madrid, Spain.

1992       "Un Marco por la Tierra". Traveling Exhibition: Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, Colombia; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas Sofía Imber, Venezuela. "Entre Trópicos". Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas Sofía Imber, Venezuela. "Salón de Arte de Aragua". Maracay, Venezuela. "Monocromías Latinoamericanas". Museo de Arte de Maracay, Venezuela. "I Bienal de Arte del Caribe". Santo Domingo, República Dominicana.

1991       "Venezuela:   The Next Generation". Traveling Exhibition: Baruch College Gallery, New York; Davos, Switzerland; Miami Dade Community College, Florida; Atlanta; OEA Art Museum, Washington DC, USA. Group Show. Payton-Rule Gallery. Denver, CO, USA. "De Caracas a Bogotá". Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, Colombia. "El Espíritu de los Tiempos". Installations. Los Espacios Cálidos Gallery. Ateneo de Caracas, Venezuela. "Amarillo, Azul y Rojo", Grand Hyatt. Hong Kong, China. "Bienal de Guayana". Museo de Arte Jesús Soto. Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela.

1990       "Amazonia". Sala Mendoza. Caracas, Venezuela. "25 Years of Metro Art". Metro Center for the Visual Arts, Denver, CO, USA. "Venezuela: The Next Generation". Baruch College, New York, NY, USA. "10 de los 80 en los 90". CANTV Show Center. Caracas, Venezuela. "Los 80: Visión Panorámica de las Artes Visuales en Venezuela". Galería de Arte Nacional. Caracas, Venezuela.

1989       "La Flor Imaginaria". Los Espacios Cálidos Gallery. Ateneo de Caracas, Venezuela. "Pinturas: Amundaraín/Lizardo". Venezuelan Art Center, Venezuelan Mission to the U.N., New York, NY, USA. "Bienal de Artes Visuales Christian Dior". Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas, Venezuela. "Salón Armando Reverón". Museo de Arte La Rinconada. Caracas, Venezuela.

1988       “Salón de Pintura Metro de Caracas”. Metro La Hoyada. Caracas, Venezuela. "Nuevas Adquisiciones". Galería de Arte Nacional, Caracas, Venezuela. "Salón Premio Eugenio Mendoza". Sala Mendoza, Caracas, Venezuela. "La Imaginación de la Transparencia". Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas, Venezuela. "Artefactos". VIA Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela.

1987       "Lecturas del Arte Nacional". Galería de Arte Nacional, Caracas, Venezuela.

1986       "Al Filo de la Modernidad". Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas. Venezuela; "XLIV Salón de Artes Visuales Arturo Michelena". Ateneo de Valencia, Venezuela.

1985       "Artistas de Venezuela por Amnistía Internacional". Traveling Exhibition: Galería Los Espacios Cálidos, Ateneo de Caracas; Museo de Arte de Barquisimeto, Venezuela. "Cuatro Artistas", Ochoarte Gallery. Caracas, Venezuela. "XLIII Salón Arturo Michelena". Ateneo de Valencia, Venezuela. "Salón de Jóvenes Artistas". Museo deArte Contemporáneo. Caracas, Venezuela.

1984       "II Bienal de Dibujo y Grabado". Museo de Arte La Rinconada, Caracas, Venezuela. "XLII Salón de Artes Visuales Arturo Michelena". Ateneo de Valencia, Venezuela.

1983       "Salón de Jóvenes Artistas", Casa Guipuzcuana, La Guaira, Venezuela.

1982       "Master Thesis Show: Two Painters". Shwayder Art Gallery. University of Denver, CO, USA.

1981       Beumont Gallery, Loretto Hights College. Denver, CO, USA./"I Bienal de Dibujo y Grabado". Galería de Arte Nacional. Caracas, Venezuela. Faculty Show, School of Art Gallery, University of Denver. CO, USA

 

SET DESIGNS AND INSTALLATIONS

2014       Scenic Design, “A Cantankerous Wiegenlied” by A. Koslowski, TanzTheater André Koslowski. State Theater, State College, PA, USA; Kelly Strayhorn Theater, Pittsburgh, November

2013       Scenic Design, “Wiegenlied”, by Andre Koslowski, Pennsylvania Dance Theater. State Theater, State College, PA, USA; “New Moves” Festival at Kelly Strayhorn Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

2012       Scenic Design, “For the hills cannot hold back our sorrow forever…”, by Andre Koslowski. Pennsylvania Dance Theater. State Theater, State College, PA, USA

2011       Scenic Design , “Por la Blanda Arena”, by Andre Koslowski. Pennsylvania Dance Theater. State Theater, State College, PA/ Fall: Kelly Stryhorn Theater. Pittsburgh, PA.

2010       Scenic Design , “For those from Before”, by Andre Koslowski. Pennsylvania Dance Theater, State Theater. State College, PA, USA “When you Hear...” Scenic Design for a piece by Andre Koslowski. Dance Alloy, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

2009       Scenic Design, “Devils”, by Andre Koslowski. Pennsylvania Dance Theater, State Theater. State College, PA, USA

2007       “Silent conversations.” Scenic Design for a solo piece by Andre Koslowski. Pennsylvania Dance Theater, State Theater. State College, PA, USA. “Prometheus”, Stage Design for Pennsylvania Dance Theater and Pennsylvania Centre Orchestra. State College, PA, USA. “Phantasmagorilla? No! Phantasmagoria.” Set design/painting and libretto for children’s opera. Composer and Music Director: Efraín Amaya. Stage Director: Kellee Van Aken. Opera Theater of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Children’s Museum. PA, USA

2006       “Soul Carrier.” Set design for dance piece by choreographer/dancer Gwen Ritchie, director of Labco Dance. Kelly Strayhorn theater, Pittsburgh, PA, USA "Autorretrato de Artista con Barba y Pumpá" by José Ignacio Cabrujas. Original set design and scenery painting. Director: José Simón Escalona. Caracas, Venezuela.

2005       “Mimoun.” Set design and scenery painting. Solo-dance piece by choreographer/dancer Andre Koslowski in collaboration with composer Douglas Levine. Open Stage Theater. Pittsburgh, PA/State College, PA. USA

2000       Installation /Set and co-writer of lyrics in “Clepsydra: an operatic installation with 13 performers”. A collaborative piece with music by Efrain Amaya and videography by Vanessa Briceño. Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1998       Stage design. Shadyside Concert with L. Manriquez (piano) and A. Almarza (flute). Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Stage design. Douglas Levine Concert. Jewish Community Center, Pittsburgh, PA,

1993      "Trojan Women" by Euripides. Set design and scenery painting .Director: Javier Vidal. Caracas, Venezuela. "Blood Wedding" by Federico García Lorca. Set design and scenery painting. Director: Nenni Delmestre. Maracaibo, Venezuela.

1992       "The Constant Prince" by Don Pedro Calderón de la Barca. Set design and scenery painting. Director: José Simón Escalona, Grupo Theja. Caracas, Venezuela.

1991       “Cuatro minutos para mirar.” Interactive installation of big scale ‘Duratrans’ images. In collaboration with Xiomara Moreno (playwright). Ateneo de Caracas, Venezuela.

1990       "Autorretrato de Artista con Barba y Pumpá" by José Ignacio Cabrujas. Set design and scenery painting. Director: José Simón Escalona. Caracas, Venezuela.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

2013 Art book “Birdhouse Dialogues”, poetry by Carol Ciavonne and drawings by S. Amundaraín. Designed by Vanessa Briceño-Scherzer. Published by Lafi Publishers, USA.

2013 Curator of “Punto y Raya” exhibition; in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month at Wawa Corporate Headquarters, PA,USA.

2007  Cover design for Efraín Amaya’s CD of Chamber operas. Albany Records Label.

2004  Cover painting for “Nancy Galbraith” CD. Carnegie Mellon Record Label. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

2001  Cover painting for “A Sense of Time. Music by Efraín Amaya” CD. ELAN Record Label. Riverdale, MD, USA.

1998  Cover painting for "Brahms/Strauss" (L.Maazel,S.Harth,H.Franklin) CD. Carnegie Mellon Record Label. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

1992  Public Work. Color Design for five Subway Stations. Metro de Caracas. Caracas, Venezuela.

1990 Collaborative work with playwright Xiomara Moreno. Art book: "111 Drawings". VIA and Arte Hoy Galleries publishers. Caracas, Venezuela.

1989 Main Curtain "Alberto de Paz y Mateos" theater, for “Grupo Theja”. Caracas, Venezuela.

 

LIBRETTOS

2014     Lilly and Leo. A five-minute opera, story and libretto created for composer Efraín Amaya.

2013     Constellations. One-act chamber opera, story and libretto created for composer Efraín Amaya. To be premiered in Philadelphia, in 2015.

2006      Phantasmagorilla? No! Phantasmagoria. One-act children’s opera. Story and libretto with music by Efraín Amaya. Premiered in Pittsburgh, in 2007.

1999      Clepsydra. Multimedia operatic performance. Lyrics in collaboration with Carol Ciavonne. Music by Efraín Amaya. Premiered on New Year’s eve with the Millenium celebrations. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

 

TEACHING

1996-Present       Senior Lecturer in Studio Arts, Art Department. Chatham University. Pittsburgh, PA. USA.

2001-2002            Artist Lecturer in Drawing, Art Department. Carlow University. Pittsburgh, PA. USA.

1997                     Visiting Artist/Lecturer in Painting. West Virginia University. Morgantown, West Virginia. USA.

1989-1993            Instituto Universitario de Artes Plásticas Armando Reverón. Caracas, Venezuela.

1986-1989            Instituto de Arte FedericoBrandt.Ccs,Venezuela.

1985-1987            Centro Educativo UCV (Children). Ccs, Venezuela.

1983-1986            Centro Experimental de Artes y Ciencias for gifted children. Caracas, Venezuela.

1981-1982            University of Denver, Graduate Teaching Assistantship. Denver, CO

1978-1979            Centro de Cultura. UVC, Caracas, Venezuela

 

REPRESENTED IN THE FOLLOWING COLLECTIONS

 Galería de Arte Nacional. Caracas, Venezuela.

Museo de Bellas Artes. Caracas, Venezuela.

Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogotá, Colombia.

Philbrook Museum of Art. Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Maracay, Venezuela.

Museo de Arte Moderno, Mérida, Venezuela.

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo del Zulia. Maracaibo, Venezuela.

Duke University Museum of Art. NC, USA.

HACC (Harrisburg College), Gettysburgh , PA, USA

Colorado School of Mines, CO, USA.

Central Bank of Denver, CO, USA.

Banco Mercantil, Caracas, Venezuela.

Banco Latino, ND, Curazao. (Foreclosed).

Banco Latino, Caracas, Venezuela. (Foreclosed).

Banco del Orinoco, Caracas, Venezuela.

Banco del Orinoco, Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela.

Banco Progreso, Caracas, Venezuela. (Foreclosed)

Fundación Polar. Caracas, Venezuela.

Fundación Calara. Caracas, Venezuela.

Ignacio y Valentina Oberto, Caracas, Venezuela.

ACC Insurance Brokers. Miami, FL, USA.

ALCOA Inc. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Deasy and Whitehill, P.C. Attorneys at Law. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Diario Economía Hoy. Caracas, Venezuela.

Financorp. Caracas, Venezuela. (Foreclosed)

Idris Executive Housing. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Indiana Tech Law School: The Parkview Collection,

Fort Wayne, IN, USA.

Minitab, Inc. State College, PA, USA

PepsiCO, New York, USA.

Romania Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Bucharest, Romania.

Dr Debra T Abell , Wexford Office, Pittsburgh, PA,USA

Scherzer Financial. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Private collections in South America, Europe, China and USA.

 

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