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educator , painter

Richard Charles Karwoski, American Painter, educator ( art: visiting)painter, educator. Recipient President's award Oklahoma Watercolor Society, 1984; named Outstanding Scholar on Campus, CUNY, 1988.

Background

Karwoski, Richard Charles was born on October 3, 1938 in Brooklyn.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, 1961. Master of Arts, Columbia University Teachers College, 1963. Postgraduate, Columbia University Teachers College, since 1969.

Degree, City University of New York, 1974. Postgraduate, New York University, 1975.

Career

Professor art and advertising, director Grace Gallery, New York City Technology College, 1969-1980. One-man shows include: Gallery East, East Hampton, New York, 1979, 80, 81, 82 (2), 83, 84, 86, 88, Verzyl Gallery, Northport, New York, 1980, 81, 82, 83, 84, The Frame Shop, 1990, The Grace Gallery, New York City Technology College, 1991^. Numerousgroup shows, the most recent being: National Arts Club, New York City, 1982, Adelphi U. (First prize), 1982, Riverside Art Center, San Bernadino, California, 1982, Nassau Community College Firehouse Gallery, 1982, Prints: United States of America (Purchase award), New York City, 1982, Guild Hall Museum, 1985, Nancy Stein Gallery, 1985, Parsons School Design, 1987, Kade Gallery Warner College, 1987, Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton, New York, 1963-1988, New York City Technology College, 1988, Guild Hall Museum, 1988, Montauk Chamber of Commerce, 1989, Elaine Benson Gallery, 1989.

Represented in permanent collections, including: Newark Museum, Butler Institute American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, Everson Museum, Syracuse, New York, Detroit Institute Fine Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Arkansas Fine Arts Center, Little Rock, Chase Manhattan Bank New York City, others. Also numerous private collections. Panelist Heckscher Museum, Huntington, New York, 1978.

Commencement speaker High School Art and Design, New York City, 1979. Guest artist Heckscher Museum, 1980 (2), Parris Museum, Southampton, New York, 1981, 82, Guild Hall Museum, 1984, Newark Museum, 1986, 87. Visiting artist Huntington Township (New York) Art League, 1981, 82, guest panelist, 1981.

Lecturer Bayard Cutting Arboretum Oakdale, New York, 1981. Judge Nicolet College, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, Northern Arts Council, Northern Art Competition, 1989. Demonstration and workshop Southwestern water closet Society, Dallas, 1988.

Television, radio appearances.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Gallery East, East Hampton, New York, 1979-1986, 1988, Verzyl Gallery, Northport, New York, 1980-1984, The Frame Shop, 1990, The Grace Gallery, New York City Technology College, since 1991, exhibited in group shows at National Arts Club, New York City, since 1982, Adelphi University, since 1982, Riverside Art Center, San Bernadino, California, since 1982, Guild Hall Museum & many others, since 1985, Represented in permanent collections Newark Museum, Butler Institute American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, —, Everson Museum, New York, —, Detroit Institute Fine Art, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, —, Arkansas Fine Arts Center & many others, Little Rock, —. Author: Water Color Bright and Beautiful, 1988, Subject of Revs. Contributor articles to various publications.

Membership

Member advisory commission Art & Design High School. Trustee Artists Fellowship Incorporated, New York York City. Member of American Association of University Professors, New York-Artist Equity Association (director 1982-1984), Whitney Museum American Art, Kosciuszko Foundation, New York State United Teachers Inc., University City New York Professional Staff Congress, Smithsonian Associates, American Film Institute, Pennsylvania Society Watercolor Painters, Mid West Watercolor Society, Society of America Graphic Artists, Audubon Society Artists, Kentucky Watercolor Society, Heckscher Museum, Parrish Museum, Guild Hall, Salamagundi Club, National Arts Club (Salzman award 1985, 1990).