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artist , educator

Patrick Mcivor Webb, American artist, educator. Fellowship Art Matters Inc., 1992, National Endowment for the Arts, 1984, 86, 88, Ford Matching grant, 1978, Skowhegan scholarship, 1977; recipient Ingram Merrill award, 1989, 95. Member Provincetown Art Association, Art Group, Artists Equity, College Art Association.

Background

Webb, Patrick McIvor was born on July 20, 1955 in New York City. Son of Dwight Willson and Nancy Webb.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Maryland. Institute, 1976; postgraduate, Skowhegan School, 1977; Master of Fine Arts, Yale University, 1979.

Career

Lecturer University Wisconsin Oshkosh, 1979-1981. Assistant professor Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1981-1983. Visiting artist Yale University, New Haven, 1985, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1988, Minneapolis College Art and Design, 1989, St. Mary's College, 1990, Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Princetown Art Association, 1992, Rhode Island School Design, 1993, Florida International University, Miami, Cranbrook, Detroit, 1992, 94.

Instructor New York Academy Art, Graduate School in Figurative Art, New York City, 1992-1994, Swarthmore College, 1996, Pratt Institute, since 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One man show includes Ripon (Wisconsin) College, 1980, Allen Priebe Gallery, 1981, Kendall Gallery, 1985-1989, Alpha Gallery, Boston, 1987-1995, Capricorn Galleries, Bethesda, 1988, Forum Gallery, Minneapolis, 1990, Amos Eno Gallery, New York City, 1993, Mercer Gallery, New York City, 1995. Two person shows include East End Galleries, 1987-1988, Provincetown Group Gallery, 1992, 93, 450 Broadway Gallery, 1994, Tatistcheff-Rogers Gallery, 1995. Exhibited in group shows at Forum Gallery, Minneapolis, 1989, Robert I. Kahn Gallery, 1989-1990, Minnesota Museum of Art, 1989-1990, AMMO Exhibition Space, 1989, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, 1990, 91, 92, Clocktowner Gallery, Longwood Gallery, 37 Gallery, 1990, 55 Mercer St., 1990, Claude Gallery, 1991, Daniel Quinn Gallery, 1991, Contemporary Realist Gallery, 1993, Marymount College, 1993, Open Space Gallery, 1993, Multi Media Gallery, New York City, 1994, Lowe Art Gallery at the Hudson Guild, New York City, 1994, Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York City, 1995, Warren Street Gallery, Hudson, 1995, Peter Madero Gallery, 1995, Atrium at Park Avenue, New York City, 1995, Julie Heller Gallery, Georgetown, Massachusetts, 1996, Cortland Jessup Gallery, New York City, 1996-1997, Smith College, Massachusetts, 1996, St. Mary's College, Maryland, 1996, Blue Mtn.

      Gallery, New York City, 1996, Parsons School Art, New York City, 1997. Work represented in permanent collections, Fred Alger & Company, Boston Public Library., Chemical Bank, Horton & Calamifde, New York, Houstatonic Museum, Interneuron, Incorporated, Boston, Glickenhause & Company, Otis Elevator, Pier-Fine Associates, Queensboro College Museum, City University of New York, Michelle Rosenfeld, Incorporated, Fine Arts, Sharf Marketing Group, Shearson Lehman, University Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

Membership

Member Provincetown Art Association, Art Group, Artists Equity, College Art Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: running.

Connections

father:
Dwight Willson

mother:
Nancy Webb