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David J. Gloman, American artist. Recipient Helen Florscheim fellowship, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1986, Blanche Colman award, Mellon Trust, Boston, 2004; Williamsburg Arts Lottery grant, Williamsburg, Massachusetts, 1992, John Simon Guggenheim fellow, 2005. Member of American Academy Arts and Letters (Speicher, Betts and Symons Purchase award, New York ).


Gloman, David J. was born in 1958 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States.


Student, Yale University, 1982. Master of Fine Arts, Yale University, 1986. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Indiana University, 1983.


Teaching assistant Yale University School Art, 1985-1986, Indiana University, Herron School Art, Indianapolis, 1988-1989, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1990, lecturer, 1995-1998. Teaching assistant Amherst (Massachusetts) College, 1992-1994, 97-98, instructor ASA Studio Art Program, 1993-1997, lecturer, since 1994. Instructor University Massachusetts, Boston, 2005.

Visiting assistant professor Hampshire College, Amherst, 1994—1995.


  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Belleview Gallery, Bloomington, Indiana, 1989, Fontbonne College, St. Louis, 1991, Northampton Center Arts, 1993, Eli Marsh Gallery Amherst College, 1994, Rolly-Michaux Gallery, Boston, 1996, The Intimate Landscape, Fort Wayne Museum Art, Indiana, 2000, exhibited in group shows at Hudson Walker Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1986, East End Gallery, 1987, Provincetown Group Gallery, 1988, Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown, 1989, 1990, Babcock Galleries, New York City, 1991, Hart Gallery, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1992, Northampton Center Arts, 1992, 1993, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, 1994, The Gallery in Monterey, Massachusetts, 1994, Mead Art Museum, Amherst (Massachusetts) College, 1995, Bowery Gallery, New York City, 1995, Rolly-Michaux Gallery, Boston, 1995, 1996, Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, 1997, Pepper Gallery, Boston, 1997, Wm. Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1997, 1998, 1999, Tatistcheff and Company Fine Arts, New York City, 1999, Ten Figurative Painters in New England, Lyme Art Association, Connecticut, 2000, Alter Egos, R.B. Stevenson Gallery, San Diego, 2001, Personal Space: Twelve Contemporary Painters, Bowling Green State University Fine Arts Gallery, 2001, Changing Prospects: A View from Mount Holyoke, Mount Holyoke College Museum Art, 2002, Landscapes, Wright State University Art Galleries, 2003, Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, 2003, Recent Work, Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College, 2003.


Member of American Academy Arts and Letters (Speicher, Betts and Symons Purchase award, New York ).