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freelance/self-employed artist

Neal Small, American freelance/self-employed artist. Recipient 10 awards Industrial Design magazine, others. Served with United States Army, 1959-1963.

Background

Small, Neal was born on August 4, 1937 in Brooklyn. Son of Harry and Ruth (Tea) Small.

Education

Educated Tex.A&M U., West Virginia Wesleyan University, Philadelphia College Design. 1 son, Ben. Freelance designer, Beylerian Ltd., 1962-1963. Freelance designer/artist RaymorMfg., 1964.

Designer Neal Small Designs, 1965-1972. Freelance designer/artist St. Simian Society, 1978-1988, also director. One-man shows: Byron Gallery, New York City, 1970, U. South Florida, 1971.

Group shows include: St. Louis Art Museum, United States Information Agency, Brooklyn Museum, Flint Museum, Philadelphia Museum Art, 1984, Franklin Furnace New York, Whitney Museum, 1984. Represented in permanent collections Smithsonian Institution, Museum Modern Art, Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo.

Career

Freelance designer Beylerian Ltd., 1962-1963. Freelance designer/artist Raymor Manufacturing, 1964. Designer Neal Small Designs, 1965-1972.

Freelance designer/artist St. Simian Society, 1978-1988, also director.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One man shows include Byron Gallery, New York City, 1970, University South Florida, 1971. Group shows include: St. Louis Art Museum, United States Information Agency, Brooklyn Museum, Flint Museum, Philadelphia Museum Art, 1984, Franklin Furnace New York, Whitney Museum, 1984. Represented in permanent collections Smithsonian Institution, Museum Modern Art, Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo.

      Creator: Watermelon Book, Air Museum, Rules of the Game Book, One Picture is Worth Ten Thousand Words, 1984. Creator furniture lighting accessories sculpture in various media.

Membership

Served in the United States Army, 1959-1963.

Connections

1 child, Ben.

father:
Harry Small

mother:
Ruth (Tea) Small

child:
Ben Small