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Personal History

Born: 2 July 1924, Horning, Pennsylvania
Lived:Cleveland, Ohio, 1926 –1969; Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1969–1989; Deer Isle,
Maine, 1969–1999 U.S.
Army: 1943–1945; stationed in England; combat in France, Belgium, Luxemburg, and Germany
Married: Nancy Louise Burt, 1960
Children: Maria and Elisabeth
Died: 24 January 1999, Deer Isle, Maine

EXHIBITIONS
One-Man Shows
2009 Abstract Paintings, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
2008 Landscapes: Oil and Watercolor, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
2008 Figure Paintings and Deerfield Landscapes, Charles P. Russell Gallery, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts
2007 Figure Paintings, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
2006 Into a New Century, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
2006 Chautauqua Paintings, Kendal at Oberlin, Ohio
2000 Paintings on Panel, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
1999 Hodo: A Celebration of the Life and Work of Daniel Hodermarsky, Deerfield
Academy Deerfield, Massachusetts
1998 Seascapes and Figures, Clark House Gallery, Bangor, Maine
1998 Deer Isle Artists Association, Deer Isle and Stonington, Maine (and previous
solo exhibitions of landscapes and figures in 1994, 1990, 1984, 1975)
1997 Embodiments, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
1989 Figures: Women (oil paintings and drawings), Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
1988 The River and the Sea, Geissler Art Gallery, Stoneleigh-Burnham School,
Greenfield, Massachusetts
1986 Maine Landscape (watercolors), Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
1978 Arts East, Boston, Massachusetts1978 –79 Baracca Gallery, Hadley, Massachusetts
1970–86 Solo yearly exhibitions of figures and landscapes, Hilson Gallery,
Deerfield Academy, Deerfield,Massachusetts
1970 Recent Paintings and Sculptures, Agra Gallery, Washington, DC
1968 Ballgame, Cain Park Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1967 Springtronics, Women’s City Club, Cleveland, Ohio
1967 Industrials, Gandola Monument Works, Cleveland, Ohio
1965 Cleveland Playhouse, Cleveland, Ohio
1964 Toguchi House, Cleveland, Ohio
1964 Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
1963 Intown Club, Cleveland, Ohio1962 Women’s City Club, Cleveland, Ohio

Group Shows (Invitational)
2007 Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine(annual exhibitions beginning in 1986)
2007 Deer Isle Artists Association, Deer Isle, Maine (annual exhibitions beginning in 1975)
2005 Élan Fine Arts, Rockland, Maine (and in previous group shows at Élan Fine Arts in 2004 & 2003)
1998 Harbor Square Gallery, Rockland, Maine (and in previous group shows
at Harbor Square Gallery 1994–97)
1996 McGrath Dunham Gallery, Castine, Maine (and in a previous group show at McGrath Dunham in 1995)
1995 Atrium Gallery, New York, New York 1995 United States Department of State, Art Bank Program
1993 Munson Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
1992 Hilson Gallery, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts, (and in previous group shows at Hilson Gallery in 1987, 1986, 1984, and 1982)
1991 Gallery Sixty-Eight, Belfast, Maine (and in a previous group showat Gallery Sixty-Eight in 1990)
1991 Frick Gallery, Belfast, Maine
1990 Leighton Gallery, Blue Hill, Maine (and in a previous group show at Leighton Gallery in 1987)
1990 Friends and Family: A Figurative Collective, Sync Gallery, Northampton, Massachusetts
1990 Plevin Gallery, Chautauqua, New York (and in a previous group show at Plevin Gallery in 1988)
1989 Sync Gallery, Northampton, Massachusetts
1987 Congress Square Gallery, Portland, Maine (and in a previous group showat Congress Square Gallery in 1986)

Group Shows (Juried)
1998 Sex and Gender, Union of Maine Visual Artists
1995 Artists on War, Union of Maine Visual Artists
1993 Two-Dimensional Art, University of Southern Maine Gallery at Gorham, Maine
1990 Downtown Downeast, Maine Coast Artists, Rockport, Maine
1968 Cleveland Museum of Art May Show Exhibition (an in previous May Show
Exhibitions 1967, 1966, 1964, 1961, 1960, 1959, and 1957)
1959–67 Cleveland Institute of Art, Art Faculty Yearly Exhibitions
1961–67 Park Synagogue, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Yearly Exhibitions
1964–66 Cleveland Museum of Art Traveling Exhibition
1965 Watercolors and Drawings, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1964 National Exhibition of Small Paintings, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
1965 Butler Art Institute, Youngstown, Ohio, National Exhibition (and in previous
Butler Art Institute National Exhibitions 1964, 1961, and 1960)
1965 50 Artists of Northern Ohio, Mayfield Road Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1963 Cleveland 30—Thirty Artists Working in the Cleveland Area, Y.W.C.A., 85th Street,
New York, New York
1965 Circle Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio (and in previous group shows at Circle Gallery in 1964 and 1963)
1962 Brill Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
1965 Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival Art Exhibition, Lakewood, Ohio (and in previous Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival Art Exhibitions in 1964 and 1963)

Multi-Media Productions
(performance-piece collaborations with composer Donald Erb and choreographer Lawrence Berger; painted-slide light and costume projections and set designs by Daniel Hodermarsky)
Pipe Dream, Hunter College, New York, New York 1971; Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, Ohio 1972
Fission, 92nd Street Y.M.C.A., New York, New York 1969; Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland, Ohio 1970; Akron Art Institute, Akron, Ohio 1970; Hunter College, New York, New York 1971
Kyrie, Hartt College, University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut 1970; Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio 1972
Interplay ’71, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, Ohio 1971
Kinematica, P.A.C.E. Association, Cleveland, Ohio 1969

Awards
Sculpture Commission for “Fishermen Lost at Sea,” a public monument sponsored by the Island Fishermen’s Wives, Deer Isle, Maine, 1991
Sabbatical Leave for Professional Growth in Painting, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts 1987–1988 (Full salary and stipend)
John J. Louis Chair in the Humanities, Deerfield Academy 1970–1983
Rockefeller Foundation Grant in Multi-Media awarded to Donald Erb, composer 1969–1971 (in collaboration with choreographer Lawrence Berger and visual artist Daniel Hodermarsky)
Special Jury Mention, Cleveland Museum of ArtMay Show Exhibition 1969
Juror’s Mention, Cleveland Museum of Art May Show Exhibition 1968
First Prize, Cleveland Institute of Art Alumni Exhibition 1965
Charles R. Keller Award, John Hay Fellowships 1965
Purchase Award, Akron Art Institute Exhibition, The Human Equation, 1950
Full scholarship, Cleveland Institute of Art, awarded 1942

Education
University of Massachusetts—Special Studies in Drawing, 1975–1976
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio—Art History, M.F.A. 1960
Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan—Special Studies in Painting, 1956
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio—Art Education, BS.Ed. 1950
Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio—Painting (Honors), B.F.A. 1949
West Technical High School, Cleveland, Ohio—Honors in Art, 1942; Recipient of full scholarship to Cleveland Institute of Art, 1942

Employment
Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1969–1989. Instructor in Studio Art and Art History. Hired to establish arts program, and served as Chairman of the Art Department, 1969–1980. Director of the Hilson Gallery at Deerfield Academy, 1970–1986. Served on the Trustee-Faculty Committee, 1975–1980
Cleveland Supplementary Education Center, Cleveland, Ohio, 1967–1969. Coordinator of the Bussed-in Arts Program for students throughout the greater Cleveland area. Designed the Center for Multi-Media Productions—after school and Saturday Programs in Film, Dance, and the Visual Arts
Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, 1957–1969. Instructor in Figure Drawing, Painting, Advanced Painting, and Evening School and Saturday Morning Classes
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1968–1969. Instructor in Art History
Shaker Heights High School, Shaker Heights, Ohio, 1963–1967. Instructor in Studio Art and Art History
Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio, 1955–1963. Instructor in Studio Art and Art History
Cleveland Diesel Division of General Motors, Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, 1950–1955. Chartist and Display Designer
U.S. Army,400th Armored Division, Europe, 1943–1945 (awarded a Presidential Citation, a Croix de Guerre from France, a Croix de Guerre from Belgium, a silver, and five bronze combat stars)

Community Service
Trustee, Island Medical Center, Deer Isle, Maine, 1989–1993
Founding President, Deer Isle Artists Association, Deer Isle, Maine, 1973–1974
Trustee, Ballet Arts Regional Repertory Ensemble (B.A.R.R.E.), Greenfield, Massachusetts, 1973–1975
Director, “Put a Little Love in Your Heart,” an Art Segment in the made-for-television film, A Child Went Forth, produced for the American Association of School Administrators, 1970
Director, Art Segment in the made-for-television film, The Circle, produced by the University Circle Development Foundation, 1968.