Sandra Reed


Savannah, Georgia

Solo and Duo EXHIBITIONS

2008

An Exhibition of Paintings – John Spurlock and Sandra Reed, Rosewood Contemporary Art,
Savannah, GA

2001

Survey, University Gallery, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL

 

Site.Sight.Cite (with Henry Dean and Jeff Markowsky), S.P.A.C.E., City of Savannah Cultural Affairs, Savannah, GA

1999

Drawn Out, Kim Iocovozzi Fine Art Gallery, Savannah, GA

1998

Two Views on Landscape (with Martha MacLeish), Bender Fine Art, Atlanta, GA

1997

People and Places, Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, GA

1996

Recent Works, Exhibit A Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA

1996

Recent Works, Okefenokee Heritage Center, Waycross, GA

1996

Figure Works, Henry Gallery, Savannah, GA

1995

Street Works, Bergen Gallery, Savannah, GA

1993

An Exhibition of Artwork by Sandra Reed, Charles County Community College, La Plata, MD

1988

BFA Solo Exhibition, Weeks Gallery, Fine Art Center, Drake University, Des Moines, IA

1988

Works by Sandra Reed, Washington County Community Center, Washington, IA

1986

Recent Paintings, Prints, and Drawings, Omaha Magic Theatre, Omaha, NE

Selected GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014

Common Knowledge (juried), Non-Fiction Gallery, Savannah, GA

2013

Vedute di Savannah, Italian Society of Savannah, GA, Juror Andrea Ponsi

 

Art in Embassies Program, Liberia

2012

Vernissage, SCAD Lacoste, France

2011

Exquisite Corpse Exhibition, Mr. Beast Gallery, Savannah GA (a Michael Scoggins project)

 

End of the Line: An Exhibition of Drawings, DePree Art Center & Gallery, Hope College, Holland MI (with Joe Biel, Hilary Hopkins, and John Spurlock)

2010

City-wide Invitational Exhibition, City Hall Gallery, Savannah GA (Curator: Eileen Baker)

2010

SECAC 2010 Members’ Exhibition, planned, Gallery 1708, Richmond, VA (Juror Joseph Seipel)

 

City Hall Invitational Exhibition, City Hall Gallery, Savannah, GA (curator Eileen Baker)

2009

National Figurative Drawing and Painting Juried Exhibition, Lore Degenstein Gallery, Susquehanna University, PA (Juror Daniel Dallman) (Oct)

 

Painting Invitational, Moon Gallery, Berry College, Mount Berry, GA, J. Bradley Adams curator

2008

SECAC Members' Show, Ogden Museum of Art, New Orleans

 

LaGrange National XXV, LaGrange Art Museum, LaGrange, GA, Juror Jeffrey Grove, Juror’s Award and Museum Purchase

2007

Summer, Rosewood Gallery, Savannah, GA (Jun-Aug)

SECAC Members' Show, Charleston, WV, Juror J. Susan Isaacs

protectingflatsurfacesfrom, Gallery 1600, Atlanta, GA

2006

Art Can Cure, Orleans Hall, Savannah, GA

2003

Nine: An Exhibition of Work by the Painting Faculty of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Pinnacle Gallery, SCAD, Savannah GA

2002

Vernissage, Blue Gallery, Lacoste, France

2002

New Work, New Artists, Gallery in Cork, London, England

2002

New Work, New Artists, The Art Store, Dublin, Ireland

2001

State Capitol Gallery Exhibition (curated), Atlanta, GA

2000

Arts on the River, Pei Ling Chan Gallery, Savannah Cultural Affairs, Juror Francesco Bonami, Purchase Award

1999

This Good Earth (invitational), Morning Song Gallery, Lenoir, NC

1999

National Prize Show (juried), Cambridge Arts Association, Boston, MA

1998

Low Country and Beyond, Savannah, GA, Juror Ron Strahan, Third Place Award

1997

Visual Response (with Mark Streeter and Roger Jamison), Brewton-Parker College, Mt. Vernon, GA

1997

Invitational Exhibition, Blue River Gallery, Jacksonville, FL

1997

Low Country and Beyond, Savannah, GA, Juror Diane Lesko

1997

Arts on the River, Savannah Cultural Affairs, Savannah, GA, Juror Lisa Phillips, Third Place

1996

Georgia Arts '96 (juried), Morris Brown College, Atlanta, GA, Merit Award

1996

LaGrange XIX Biennial, Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, GA

1995

21st Annual Juried Exhibition, Shelby Art League, Shelby, NC, Honorable Mention

1992

American Landscape Exhibition, Art League Gallery, Alexandria, VA

1992

All-Media Membership Show, Art League Gallery, Alexandria, VA, Juror Andrew Hudson,
First Painting Prize

1991

Face-to-Face, Gaithersburg City Council for the Arts, MD

1991

National Works on Paper Exhibition, McNeese State University, LA Juror Ivan Karp,
Purchase Prize, (catalog)

1991

National Small Works Exhibition, Scoharie County Arts Council, Cobleskill, NY

1991

Emerging Artists, Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, MD

1991

Museum as Muse, Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA

1990

National Painting Exhibition, Washington and Jefferson University, (catalog)

1989

Drawing 1989, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, Juror Thomas Padon, (catalog)

1989

National Print Exhibition, Artlink Gallery, Fort Wayne, IN

1989

Approaching the Figure (curated), Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., (catalog)

1988

American Drawing Biennial, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, (catalog)

1988

Old Main Site Competition, collaborative entry, Drake University, Purchase Prize

1987

Iowa State Exhibition, Des Moines, IA, Juror Neal Benezra, Merit Award

Selected HONORS and AWARDS

2014

Landscape Analogies, project to be completed with institutional support, SCAD

2013

Vedute di Savannah, faculty drawing prize, Italian Society of Savannah, Jurors Andrea Ponsi, Stephen Gardner, Christian Sottile

2012

Vulcan Teaching Excellence Award in recognition of outstanding contributions to undergraduate education, student learning, and campus life, awarded by the Vulcan Materials Co. and the Georgia Foundation for Independent Colleges

2009

Presidential Fellowship for Faculty Development, SCAD, Savannah, GA

2008

Juror’s Award and Museum Purchase, LaGrange National XXV, Juror Jeffrey Grove.

2000

Purchase Award, Arts on the River, Savannah Cultural Affairs, GA, Juror Francesco Bonami

1998

Third Place Award, Low Country and Beyond, Savannah, GA, Juror Ron Strahan

1997

Third Place Award, Arts on the River, City of Savannah Cultural Affairs, GA, Juror Lisa Phillips

1996

Merit Award, Georgia Arts '96, Morris Brown College, Atlanta, GA

1995

Semifinalist, Winsor and Newton Second Annual Art Competition

1995

Honorable Mention, 21st Annual Juried Exhibition, Shelby Art League, Shelby, NC

1992

First Painting Prize, All-Media Membership Show, Alexandria, VA, Juror Andrew Hudson

1991

Audrey Lavine Glassman Memorial Award for Achievement in Painting, Art Department, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

1990

Kreeger Prize in Painting, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

1988

Morris Louis Fellowship (national graduate painting grant), The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

1988

Purchase Prize, Old Main Site Competition, collaborative entry, Drake University, IA

1983-1988

Drake University National Alumni Scholarship (full scholarship granted nationally based on scholarship, leadership, and community involvement), Drake University, Des Moines, IA

1987

Merit Award, Iowa State Exhibition, Des Moines, IA, Juror Neal Benezra

GALLERY REPRESENTATION

2007-2008

Rosewood Contemporary Art, Savannah, GA

2001-2004

Chroma Gallery, Savannah, GA

1997-2000

Bender Fine Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, GA
Drake University, Des Moines, IA
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
LaGrange Museum of Art, LaGrange, GA
McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA
Gaithersburg City Council for the Arts, MD
United States Navy Memorial, Washington, D.C.

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Provence, France; London, UK; New York City, NY;
Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Atlanta, GA;
Des Moines, IA; Jacksonville, FL; Washington, D.C.
Pittsburg, PA; Savannah, GA

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2004

The Midwest Book Review, November 2004, online

2001

Public TV feature interview, "Site.Sight.Cite" exhibition

2001

SCAD TV feature episode, "Site.Sight.Cite" exhibition

2001

Site Specific by Allison Hersch, Savannah Morning News, review

2001

Set Your Sights on Site by Ally Jackson, SCAD Chronicle, review

2001

SPACE will showcase, Coastal Antiques and Art
www.coastalantiques.com/archives/october2001/ANTtrio.html

2001

A Conversation with Sandra Reed by Paul Karabinis, exhibition publication www.unf.edu/dept/gallery/contact.html

2001

Artist's Frozen Moments Embrace Sensation of Movement, review, Ponte Vedra, FL

1999

Urbanscapes Give Structure, Shape to Savannah Artist's Interpretations by Marcelle Marinucci, Coastal Art and Antique

1999

Leveling the Field by Tom Patterson, Winston-Salem Journal

1999

SCAD TV, episode 108, feature by videographer Gary Daniels

1998

A Breath of Fresh Air Blows Through These Landscapes by Jerry Cullum,
Atlanta Journal Constitution, review, June 26, Page Q06

1997

Vee Brown Reviews Exhibition of Sandra Reed's Work, Art Papers, Atlanta, GA

1997

Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum Opens Art Exhibit, by Graham Dukes, LaGrange Daily News

1996

Professor's Paintings On Display at Okefenokee Heritage Center, Waycross Journal, GA

PUBLICATIONS

2012

Interview, “Interview with Craig Drennen,” SECAC Review, Volume XVI, Number 2,
2012, available digitally through Art Full Text

2010

Syllabus, “Fine Art M.F.A. Self-Promotion,” Art Biz Blog
http://www.artbizblog.com/2010/03/irbits-syllabus.html

2008

Illustrations, SALiT (Savannah Art & Literature), magazine, volume two/issue one, online, http://www.heathritch.com/salitmagazine/id4.html

2007

Foreword, Peterson's College Guide for Visual Arts Majors

2004

Chapter Introduction, Picture Perfect by Stephanie Hoppen, Arum Press, Ltd.

2004

Guided creation of images, Savannah Sketchbook, Pelican Publishing Company

2000

Illustration Overview, Convergence literary journal, Savannah College of Art and Design, GA

Selected PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2013

Presenter, “Classroom Critiques: Extending the Creative Process,” The Art of and Design of
teaching art and design (TADtad) faculty workshop series, SCAD Savannah

2012

Presenter, “Speaking of Sites,” faculty lecture serices, SCAD Lacoste, France

2011

Presenter, “A Three-Stop Field Trip,” TADTad, faculty workshop series, SCAD Savannah

2013

Presenter, “Composition and Cadastral” (Session: The Space Between Culture Identities Beyond

2013

Session Chair, Art in the Making by SECAC Artist’s Fellowship Recipients,
SECAC 2013, Greensboro, NC

2011–present

Coordinator, SECAC Mentor Program
Initiated mentor program; arrange all aspects of one-on-one mentoring appointments during the annual conference between SECAC colleagues based on mentoring needs and professional expertise.

2011-present

SECAC Director for the state of Georgia

2008-2011

Conference Director for SECAC 2011 (hosted by SCAD Savannah)
Oversaw and led all aspects of conference, from initial invitation in 2006, through all agreements, budget requests and managements, contracts for hotels and services, planning structure, conference design, session selection processes, volunteer and student involvement. Additionally, initiated SECAC Mentor Program; coordinated meeting schedule for all state representatives; developed Career Arc including presentations by recipients of the SECAC Teaching Excellence award.

2013

Juror, Bridge Scholarship, to recognize creative synthesis of influences from Eastern and Western cultures, SCAD

2012

Juror, Foundation Studies Portfolio Award, SCAD

2012

Juror, “Summer Break Project” emerging curator residency at Galerie-OPEN, Berlin

2010

Presenter, Companion Portraiture and the Contemporary Family
Southeastern College Art Conference, Richmond VA

2009

Panel Chair, Odds and Ends: Where Does Creativity Come From?
Southeastern College Art Conference, Mobile, AL

Speaker, Indiana University, Bloomington IN

Speaker, Dataw Visual Arts Club, Dataw SC

2007

Panel chair, "Authenticity," Southeastern College Arts Conference, Charleston, WV

2006

Panel Co-chair (with Mary Stewart), "Instructional Strategies," Southeastern College Arts Conference, Nashville, TN

2006

Guest Speaker, Skidaway Island Community Institute, GA

2005

Juror, Senior Art Show, University of Northern Florida, Jacksonville, FL

2001

Public Works Artist, Temporary Installation, Kayton Homes Youth Center, National Night Out Against Crime, Savannah, GA

2001

Resident, SCAD Faculty Studio Residency, New York City, NY

2000

Actress, "Untitled," with Evan Hewett, by Jospeh Rubenstein and Jason Politi, Savannah, GA

2000

Muralist, Bartlett Middle School (collaborative project), Savannah, GA

1999

Juror, Dimensions '99 National Juried Exhibition, Winston-Salem, NC

1997

Artist, Dedication Painting, Poetter Hall, Savannah College of Art and Design, GA

1997

Artist, Dedication Painting, Propes Hall, Savannah College of Art and Design, GA

1996

Artist, Dedication Painting, Flood Relief 1996, Washington County Extension Service, Washington, NY

1993

Visiting Artist, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos TX

1991-1993

Contract Art Preparator, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.

1992

Portraitist, President John F. Kennedy, U.S. Navy Memorial President's Room, Washington, D.C.

1992

Juror, American Art League, Arts Club of Washington, D.C.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS - Savannah College of Art and Design, GA

1993-Present

Savannah College of Art and Design, GA (Savannah, Lacoste, eLearning)

1993 – present

Full-time Faculty Member (Painting, Foundation Studies)

2012 fall

Resident Faculty, Maison Basse, SCAD Lacoste, France

2008 spring

Acting Chair (Teaching Department)

‘03 – ‘06

Dean of Graduate Studies

‘02 – ‘03

Dean of Fine Arts and Dean of Media and Performing Arts

2002 summer

Academic Director, SCAD Lacoste, France

‘00 – ‘02

Chair (Painting Department)

‘99 – ‘00

Coordinator (Graduate Painting Program)

Additional Academic Appointments

1992-1993

Lecturer in Art

Charles County Community College, MD

1992-1993

Art Instructor

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

1992-1993

Lecturer in Art

Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

1990-1991

Lecturer in Art

George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

TEACHING PORTFOLIO

Undergraduate Courses

Advanced Painting
Professional Practices (business aspects of art, portfolio preparation, public works component)
Painting Senior Seminar (exhibition course)
Painting Basics for Non-Majors
Introduction to Painting
Oil Painting (Beginning and Advanced)
Life Painting (Beginning and Advanced)
Portrait Painting (Beginning and Advanced)
Landscape Painting (Beginning and Advanced)
Watercolor Painting
Intermediate Painting
Two-Dimensional Design
Drawing I, Drawing II, Drawing III
Life Drawing I, Life Drawing II
Historical Painting Methods, Materials, and Techniques - Glair on vellum - Egg tempera and gilding (with water and oil techniques) - Systematic resin-oil glazing - Egg-oil emulsion on chalk gesso ground

 

Graduate Courses

Graduate Painting Methods Studio
Formal Aspects of Painting
Theories and Process
Painting and Drawing I & II
Painting Studio I, II, III, & IV
Fine Art M.F.A. Self-Promotion
Graduate Advanced Studio Analysis
Independent Study courses
Thesis Committees (including positions of Chair, Editor and Topic Advisor)

 

Off-campus Teaching

SCAD Lacoste, France (full academic terms in 2002 and 2012)
Off-campus courses authored and taught: Travel Portfolio, Personal Vision, Sense of Place
Other courses taught abroad: Landscape Painting, Graduate Painting Studios III & IV,
Intermediate Painting, Advanced Painting
Led study trips to Paris, Nice, Avignon, Arles, Aix-en-Provence, Marseille, and nearby villages

New York City, NY: American Society of Portrait Artists Festival,
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Faculty sponsor for all aspects of travel and itinerary.

New York City, NY
Founded the SCAD New York City Workspace Residency (2001) in the Elizabeth Foundation
for the Arts in collaboration with the Office of Career Services and Artlink International
Created guidelines, application process, selection criteria, and sustainable budget
In its thirteenth year, the program has provided 52 undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week residency and intensive professional practice experiences through internships and exhibition requirements.

Jackson, MS: The Majesty of Spain: Royal Collections from the Museo del Prado and
Patrimonio Nacional
Exhibition study trip, Mississippi Arts Pavillion

 

Honors Teaching

Savannah Sketchbook, special topic honors publication course, course author
Coordinated all aspects of production of comprehensive visual response to the city of Savannah, including competitive registration resulting in selection of 10 international and 10 American students, fair contract for student participants, solicitation of material donations from vendors such as Canson and Holbein

Savannah Inside-Out, special topic honors course, course author

 

Online Teaching, SCAD eLearning

Graduate Painting Studio II, Graduate Painting Studio III

EDUCATION

MFA

1992

Painting, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., summa cum laude

BFA

1988

Painting and Drawing, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, magna cum laude

Other Educational Experience

2004

Independent Travel in England (London)

2002

Pigment Workshop, Conservatoire des Ochres, Roussillon, France

1993

Independent Travel in Netherlands

1987

Independent Travel in Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Italy, and Denmark

1985

Educational Exchange, Japan (Kyoto, Kofu, Tokyo)


Academic CV available upon request.


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