Parsons

  • Profile:

    Mark Saltz is a Painter who lives and works in New York City. He is represented by JHB Gallery and Vandeb Editions and has had additional solo exhibitions at Northampton College, PA;  Barbara Toll Fine Arts, NYC; Ted Greenwald Gallery, NYC. He has exhibited in group exhibitions throughout the United States. Awards: National Endowment for the Arts, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Mid-Atlantic States  Collections- Weatherspoon Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Neuberger Museum, Corperate, Private and Instituional collections throughout the United States, Recently: Arts in Education symposiums, City University of New York and Teachers College, Columbia University

    Teaches in: Parsons First Year Program - Life Drawing and Drawing from the Imagination, Art Media and technology - Drawing, Continuing Education - Drawing, Summer Undergraduate Intensive Program - Drawing the Figure, Explorations in Drawing

    City University of New York, Teaches Life Drawing, Drawing and Graduate Level Painting

    Mark Saltz's paintings are currently on view at JHB Gallery @ Holly Hunt Gallery, East 56th Street, NYC, His graphic work -- mono prints can also be viewed at Holly Hunt Gallery in conjuntion with Vandeb Editions, LIC, NY 

    Office Hours:

    Before or after class

    Degrees Held:

    BFA,Pratt Institute Brooklyn New York - Painting, Art Education

    MA, Goddard College Independent study Program - Painting, Drawing, Art History

    Professional Affiliations:

    JHB Gallery, New York City

    Vandeb Editions, Long Island City, New York

    Recent Publications:

    I have illustrated Gorgeous Plunge, a volume of Poems by Michael Gottlieb

    Performances And Appearances:

    Artists Talk on Art, NYC, New Arts Program Kutztoewn Pa.-- Artist's consultations and critiques

    Research Interests:

    Concrete non-objective Painting, reductive non-referential Drawing, Art History, 17th and 18th century French and Italian Drawing

    Awards And Honors:

    NEA Grant Painting

    Pollack Krasner Foundation Grant Painting

    Mid-Atlantic States Grant Painting

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