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Born:  October 10, 1951 – Brooklyn, New York

Came to New Mexico in 1978

Education

1973-75
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, MFA Printmaking, June 1975-Graduate Fellowship
1972
University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Danish Design and Architecture
1969-73
State University of New York, College at Brockport, NY, BS Art, June 1973

Solo Exhibitions

2016              Emptying Drawers and Clearing Racks: Timberwick Studios, Santa Fe, NM

2015              Fun With Music and Art: Joseph Gierek Fine Art, Tulsa, OK
2014
Color Breaking Barriers: The SF Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Transferring Ink 3: Janice Griffiths Gallery, Fallbrook, CA
2011
Ron Pokrasso and Colleagues: Quad Gallery, Riverside, CA
2010
Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Recurrence of Memory: Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT
2009
New Works: Craighead Green Gallery, Dallas, TX
2007
Denise Roberge Gallery, Palm Desert, CA

Lynne Fine Art, Scottsdale, AZ
2006
Lynne Fine Art, Scottsdale, AZ
2005
Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Denise Roberge Gallery, Palm Desert, CA
2004
Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA

Brevard Museum of Art and Science, Melbourne, FL

Denise Roberge Gallery, Palm Desert, CA
2003
Galerie Municipale/ C.I.M., Chamaliers, France

Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Arts Exclusive Gallery, Simsbury,CT

Denise Roberge Gallery, Palm Desert, CA
2002
Los Milagros Print Studio, Oklahoma City, OK

Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2001
Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2000
Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1999
Famous for His Trees: Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1998
Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Art Thomas Gallery, Charleston, SC
1997
Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
1996
In the Eyes of the Beholder: Waxlander Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1995
Works on Paper: Arts Exclusive Gallery, Simsbury, CT

Waxlander Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1994
Amos Joseph Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Works on Paper: Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
1993
Amos Joseph Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
1992
New Monotypes: Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC

Fantasy, Art & Baseball: Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA
1991
Works on Paper: Wenniger Graphics, Boston, MA

Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC

Reynolds Gallery, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA
1990
Works on Paper: White Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia, USSR

Recent Work: Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
1989
Recent Work: Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA

Founders Gallery, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC

Recent Prints: Wenniger Graphics, Provincetown, MA

Recent Work: Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
1988
Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

Recent Prints: Wenniger Graphics, Boston, MA
1987
Recent Monotypes: Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
1986
Fresh Start II, ‘86: Beverly Gordon Gallery, Dallas, TX
1985
New Work: Sena Plaza Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1975
MFA Thesis Exhibition: Higgins Hall Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Group Exhibitions

2017              East Meets West: Gildea Contemporary, Key West, FL

2016              Recent Work; Three person show: Mill Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

 

Men In Aprons: Pacific Northwest College Of Art, SGC 2016 conference,

Portland, OR

 

Visual Arts Faculty: Parks Exhibition Center, Idyllwild, CA

2015              20th Retrospective: Center For Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT

The Mask Of The Artist: The SF Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Arizona Aqueous XXIV: Tubac Center Of The Arts, Tubac, AZ

2014               Monotypes And More: Pippin Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

Premier Exhibition: The SF Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2013               Revisiting: Ten Years of the Visiting Artist Series at ASLD, Carson Gallery,

Denver, CO

Visual Arts Faculty: Parks Exhibition Center, Idyllwild, CA
2012
Mentors and Makers: Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, NY

Beasts Big and Small from the Scripps Collection: Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Art Of The Book 4: Artist Union Gallery, Ventura, CA

One Square Foot Of Humor: Zane Bennett Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

Michele Jamison and Friends: Stephen Archdeacon Gallery, Palm Springs, CA
2011
Aberdeen Artists Printmaking Invitational Exhibition, Aberdeen, Scotland

Contemporary Monotypes: Glasgow Print studio, Glasgow, Scotland

Visiting Artists: Bancroft Gallery, South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA

The Process of Art- Faculty Exhibition: Sedona Art Center, Sedona, AZ

Beyond Abstraction: Center For Emerging Visual Artists, Philadelphia, PA:

J&J World Headquarters Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ

Artists Portraying Artists: Windsor Whip Works Art Center & Gallery, Windsor, NY

Going Solar: St Louis Artists’ Guild, St Louis, MO 2010
2010
Great Impressions- The Print Club of Rochester Turns 80: Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY

Visual Arts Faculty, Parks Exhibition Center, Idyllwild, CA

September Special- Arts Exclusive Gallery, Simsbury, CT
2009
Comfort Food: Jennie Cooley Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Vision Shift: Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM
2008
Process/ Image/ Print: O’Sullivan Art Gallery, Regis University, Denver, CO

September Special: Arts exclusive Gallery, Simsbury, CT

Visual Arts Faculty, Parks Exhibition Center, Idyllwild, CA

Interludes: South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA

Ink’d: dba256 Gallery, Pomona, CA

Craighead Green gallery, Dallas, TX
2007
Art Department Founders Exhibit: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

From Barbizon to Santa Fe-Argos Etchings and Paintings, Santa Fe, NM
2006
Gallery Hop 2006: Joseph Gierek Fine Art, Tulsa, OK

Pressed: Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA

Faculty Artists Exhibition: Parks Exhibition Center, Idyllwild, CA
2005
Summer Connections: Visiting Artists: Bancroft Gallery, Cohasset, MA

September Special: Arts Exclusive Gallery, Simsbury, CT

Solarplate Revolution: Taller Boricua Gallery, New York, NY

Solarplate Evolution: Cape Cod Community College, North Barnstable, MA
2004
Solarplate Revolution: Gray Gallery, Quincy, IL; Center For Contemporary

Printmaking, Norwalk, CT; Emory & Henry College, Emory, VA

Monothon 18: College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
2003
Artists Choose Artists:  East Central University, Ada, OK

Monothon 17: College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Craighead Green Gallery, Dallas, TX

New Mexico Printmakers: Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM

6th World Triennale of Small Prints: Chamlieres, France

Printsafe: Warringah Printmakers Studio, Manly Vale, Australia

Solarplate Revolution: Southern Graphics Council, Boston, MA

Whitney Art Works, Greenport, NY; BCB Art, Hudson, NY
2002
Northern New Mexico Printmakers: Foothills Art Center, Golden, CO

The Magnificent Subject: Wyeth Hurd Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Monothon 16: Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

September Special: Arts Exclusive Gallery, Simsbury, CT
2001
Jewish Artists on the Edge: Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY

Monothon 15: Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
2000
5th World Triennale of Small Prints: Chamalieres, France

Jewish Artists on the Edge: Marion Art Center, Santa Fe, NM

A Show With Heart: Joyce Robins Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Monothon 14: College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Seventh Annual Cup Show: Segretto Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM
1999
Craighead Green Gallery, Dallas, TX

William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO

Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Monothon 13: Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Bridging the Milleniums: Deloney Newkirk Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1998
Alumni Invitational: Tower Fine Arts Gallery, Brockport, NY

101 Cups – 101 Artists: Karen Ruhlen Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Intimacies – A Collection of Small Works: Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Hands In – The Cookie Jar Show: Select Art Gallery, Sedona, AZ

Monothon ’98: Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA

Collage = Reality: Gallery Zipp, Glorieta, NM

Magnificent Subject IV: Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Love Art – A Public Display of Affection: Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Monothon 12: Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
1997
Duo – Ron Adams and Ron Pokrasso: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Monothon 11: Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

A Tribute to Monothon Printers: Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Small Works: Select Art Gallery, Sedona, AZ

Inaugural Exhibition: Patricia Carlisle Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
1996
Two Artists from Santa Fe: Select Art Gallery, Sedona, AZ

Networking: Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland

101 Cups – 101 Artists: Karen Ruhlen Gallery, Santa Fe,

We’ve Known Angels: Amos Joseph Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Monothon Ten: Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Animal Exhibit: Waxlander Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Selected Works: Bartlesville Community Center, Bartlesville, OK
1995
Balance and Abstraction: John Callahan Gallery, Boston, MA

A Book, A Box, or A Shrine: Owings-Dewey Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Monotype – The Painterly Print: Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

Portraits From Head to Toe: Santa Fe Children’s Museum, Santa Fe, NM

Grand Opening: Select Art Gallery, Sedona, AZ

Figurative Show: Waxlander Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Sarah Dobbs Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

A Sense of Place: Governors Gallery, Santa Fe, NM.

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1994
Dia de los Muertos: Owings-Dewey Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

From Barbizon to Santa Fe: Amos Joseph Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Self Portrait: David Rettig Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Celebrating the Print: Delgado Street Studio, Santa Fe, NM

Paper Trail: Kay Garvey Gallery, Chicago, IL

Reflexion Contemporanea: Museo Casa de Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico

Art Fair Seattle: courtesy of Sandy Carson Gallery, Denver, CO and Erickson and Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, CA

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1993
The Magnificent Subject II: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Works on Paper: Amos Joseph Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Face-to-Face: Cloud Cliff Art Space, Santa Fe, NM

U.S. Art Fair: courtesy of Erickson and Elins Fine Art, San Francisco, CA

Art Fair Seattle: courtesy of Sandy Carson Gallery, Denver, CO

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Second Annual Shrine Show: Owings-Dewey Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1992
Originals-The Print Collection: Arts Exclusive Gallery, Simsbury, CT

Works on Paper: Sandy Carson Gallery, Denver, CO

Art Fair Seattle: courtesy of Sandy Carson Gallery, Denver, CO

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Self Portrait: The Pink Adobe, Santa Fe, NM
1991
Gallery 44, Boulder, CO

Art Miami ’91: courtesy of Kass/Meridian Gallery, Chicago, IL

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Printers as Artists: The Gallery at the Rep, Santa Fe, NM
1990
Monotypes – Two-Person Exhibition: Wenniger Graphics, Boston, MA

LA International Art Fair: courtesy of Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

Connection with the Earth: The Gallery at the Rep, Santa Fe, NM

London International Art Fair: courtesy of Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1989
LA International Art Fair: courtesy of Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

London International Art Fair: courtesy of Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Black and White: Armory for the Arts, Santa Fe, NM
1988
LA International Art Fair: courtesy of Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

Four Artists: Sandy Carson Gallery, Denver, CO

Landscape/Cityscape: Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Black and White: Hand Graphics Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1987
LA International Art Fair: courtesy of Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

Prints and Drawings from Modern Masters: Leinster Fine Art, London, England

New Mexico ‘87 – A Fine Arts Competition: Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Three American Artists: Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA

Vision of Landscapes: Virginia Miller Gallery, Coral Gables, FL

Recent Drawings: Fox Fine Arts Gallery, El Paso, TX

Monoprints: Sena Gallery East, Santa Fe, NM

College of Santa Fe Monothon: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

All Faculty Show: College of Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1986
Alter Ego Show: Sena Galleries West, Santa Fe, NM

Monoprints:  Sena Gallery East, Santa Fe, NM

Contemporary Artists of Santa Fe:  FHP Hippodrome Gallery, Long Beach, CA

Three Artists of Santa Fe, Leinster Fine Art, London, England

Tiburon Gallery, Austin, TX

Extended Line (1898-1986): Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Monotypes: Wenniger Graphics, Boston, MA
1985
Third Annual Flower Show: Little Plaza Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Faculty Selects Alumni Invitational: Tower Fine Arts Gallery, Brockport, NY

Subtle Moods: The Bank of Santa Fe, Main Office, Santa Fe, NM

Space X: Armory for the Arts, Santa Fe, NM
1984
Faculty Exhibition: Greer Garson Theater, Santa Fe, NM

Second Annual Flower Show: Little Plaza Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Space X: Armory for the Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Images and Process (Artists Working at Graphics Workshop): Armory for the Arts, Santa Fe, NM

New Mexico Monotypes: Munson Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Fourteenth National Print & Drawing Exhibition: Dakota Northwestern University, Minot, ND
1983
Cabo Frio International Print Biennial: Cabo Frio, Brazil

Annual Print Exhibition: Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ

Twenty-sixth North Dakota Annual: University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper: Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA

Third Bi-Annual National Print Competition and Exhibition ’83: Bruce Gallery, Edinboro, PA
1982
Twenty-Fourth National Exhibition of Prints and Drawings: Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK

National On-Paper Show ’82: Terrance Gallery, Palenville, NY

Annual Print Exhibition: Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ

Tenth Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper: Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA

SAGA 59th Annual Print Exhibition: New York, NY
1980
Armory for the Arts Juried Exhibition: Santa Fe, NM
1978
Audubon Artist’s Annual Exhibition: National Academy of Design, New York, NY

Hudson River Open: Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
1977
Sixteenth Bradley National Print and Drawing Exhibition: Lakeview Center for the Arts and Sciences, Peoria, IL

One Hundred Fifty Second Annual Exhibition: National Academy of Design, NY

Open Drawing, Print and Watercolor Competition: Firehouse Gallery, Garden City, NY

Hudson River Open: Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

Annual Print Exhibition: Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ
1976
Printmakers Invitational: Graphics Eye Gallery, Port Washington, NY

Invitational Two-Person Show: Tower Fine Arts Gallery, Brockport, NY

Works on Paper: Johnson Whittey Gallery: New Orleans, LA

Annual Print Exhibition: Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ
1975
Invitational Group Show of Graphic Artists:  Bloomsburg State College, Bloomsburg, PA

Open Drawing, Print and Watercolor Competition: Firehouse Gallery, Garden City, NY

Open Print and Drawing Exhibition: Yellow House Gallery, Huntington, NY
1974
Potsdam Prints: State University College at Potsdam, Potsdam, NY

Open Drawing, Print and Watercolor Competition: Firehouse Gallery, Garden City, NY

Audubon Artist’s Annual Exhibition: National Academy of Design, New York, NY

Annual Print Exhibition: Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ

Awards

2011
First Prize- Artists Portraying Artists: Windsor Whip Works Art Center & Gallery, Windsor, NY
2006
The Best of Scottsdale, Mixed Media: Scottsdale, AZ
2000
Mayors Recognition Award for Excellence in the Arts: Santa Fe, NM

Honorary Prize: 5th World Triennial of Small Prints: Chamalieres, France
1982
Exxon Company USA Purchase Prize: Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ

Charles Brand Presses Award: SAGA 59th National Print Exhibition, New York, NY
1977
Fritz Scholder Purchase Award: 16th National Print and Drawing Exhibition, Peoria, IL
1975
Best In Show: The Yellow House Gallery, Huntington, NY
1974
Graduate Fellowship: Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Edna P. Stauffer Memorial Award: National Academy of Design, New York, NY

Teaching/Art Related Experience
2016- present Owner/ Director/ Instructor/ Master Printer

Coordinator of fine arts space; classes in monotype, Solarplate,

ImagOn, collage, assemblage; workshop facilities and technical assistance

for artists; edition printing, Galisteo Street Studios, Santa Fe, NM

2009- 2016
Owner/ Director/ Instructor/ Master Printer

Coordinator of fine arts retreat space; classes in monotype, Solarplate, ImagOn, collage, assemblage; workshop facilities and technical assistance for artists; edition printing, Timberwick Studios, Santa Fe, NM

1983-Present
Workshop Facilitator/ Master Printer/ Instructor/ Artist in Residence

Programs in printmaking, mixed media, demonstrations, lectures:

Art Encounter, Evanston, IL

Artisan Artists Material Expo, Community Convention Center and Buffalo

Thunder Resort Santa Fe, NM

Artisan Art Spot, Santa Fe, NM

Art Students League of Denver, Denver, CO

Atelier Meridian, Portland, OR

Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Balleycastle, County Mayo, Ireland

The Bascom, Highlands, NC

Brevard Museum of Art and Science, Melbourne, FL

Brio Fine Arts Center, Scottsdale, AZ

Brodsky Center For Innovative Editions, New Brunswick, NJ

Cape Cod Community College, North Barnstable, MA

Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT

College Of The Desert, Palm Desert, CA

Cullowhee Mountain Arts, Franklin, NC

Fallbrook School of the Arts, Fallbrook, CA

Fine Arts for Children and Teens, Santa Fe, NM

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, NM

Gibbs Museum of Art, Charleston, SC

Glaspant Manor, Capel Iwan, Wales, UK

Graphic Studio Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

Guilford College, Greensboro, NC

Hill Country Arts Foundation, Ingram, TX

Idyllwild Arts Summer Program, Idyllwild, CA

Institute of American Indian Art, Santa Fe, NM

Jilink Studios, New River, AZ

Lawrence Art Center, Lawrence, KS

Lonestar College, Montgomery, TX

Los Milagros Print Studio, Oklahoma City, OK

Making Art Safely, Santa Fe, NM

Midland Arts Association, Midland, TX

Mississippi Art Colony, Utica, MS

Monotype Guild Of New England

North Tahoe Art Center, Tahoe City, CA

Ochre Print Studio, Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom

Ohr-Okeefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS

Oklahoma Arts Institute, Quartz Mountain, OK

Ottawa Mixed Media Artists, Ottawa, Canada

Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA

Paperworks/ The Drawing Studio, Tucson, AZ

Peacock Fine Arts, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

Piramidal Grafica, Guanajuato, Mexico

Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle, WA

Printmakers of Cape Cod

Print Studio South, Charleston, SC

The Printmaking Center, College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

Quay School of Art, Whanganui, New Zealand

Redlands Art Association, Redlands, CA

Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA

Rochester Print Club, Rochester Institute Of Technology, Rochester, NY

Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe Children’s Museum, Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe Public Schools, Santa Fe, NM

Santa Reparata School of Art, Florence, Italy

Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Sedona Art Center, Sedona, AZ

Skylight Conversations, Santa Fe, NM

South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA

Southwestern Watercolor Society, Dallas, TX

Spotted Dog Studio, Ojai, CA

Stepping Stones Museum For Children, Norwalk, CT

Studio Two Three, Richmond, VA

Tower Fine Arts, SUNY College at Brockport, Brockport, NY

Tubac Center Of The Arts, Tubac, AZ

Twentynine Palms Creative Center, Twentynine Palms, CA

The Village Press Print Studio, Magdelena, NM

Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA
1996
Artist in Residence/Printmaking residencies:

Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, Scotland

Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow, Scotland

Graphic Studio Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
1994-1996
Degree Committee Chair

Curriculum Coordinator for Individual Master of Arts degree program, Antioch University, Yellow Springs, OH
1982-1993
Owner/ Director/ Instructor/ Master Printer

Coordinator of fine arts work space; classes in intaglio, collagraph, and monotype; workshop facilities and technical assistance for artists; edition printing, Graphics Workshop, Santa Fe, NM
1984, 1990
Instructor

Printmaking, College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
1983-1984
Artist in Residence

Member of the Artist in the Schools Program for the New Mexico Arts Division, Santa Fe, NM
1978-1981
Master Printer and Production Supervisor

Hand printing of original Edward S. Curtis photogravure plates, Classic Gravure Corporation, Santa Fe, NM
1978
Printing Apprentice

Proofing of original Edward S. Curtis photogravure plates, supervised by Deli Sacilotto,  Atelier Editions, Inc., New York, NY

Instructor

Drawing, printmaking, Great Neck Adult Program, Great Neck, NY
1974-1978
Instructor

Drawing, painting, design, art appreciation, Adult Program, YM/YWHA of Greater Flushing, Flushing, NY

Instructor

Drawing, Adult Education Program, Farmingdale High School, Farmingdale, NY
1975
Intern

Undergraduate Printmaking, Assistant to Clare Romano, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1973-1975
Graduate Assistant

Graduate Printmaking, Assistant to Walter Rogalski, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1972-1973
Print Studio Monitor

Undergraduate Printmaking, Assistant to Robert E. Marx, SUNY College at Brockport, Brockport, NY

Selected Public Collections

Art in Public Places Trust; Metro Dade, FL

Chicago Public Library; Chicago, IL

Guilford College; Greensboro, NC

Harwood Foundation, Taos, NM

Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY

Hunterdon Art Center; Clinton, NJ

International Print Biennial, Permanent Collection; Cabo Frio, Brazil

Midland College; Midland, TX

Museum of Fine Art; Santa Fe, NM

Oklahoma Arts Institute, Quartz Mt., OK

Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA

Riverside City College, Riverside, CA

Sacred Heart University; Fairfield, CT

Society of American Graphic Artists; New York, NY

Scripps College; Claremont,CA

State University of New York; College at Brockport, NY

U.S. Department of State; La Paz, Bolivia

Westmont College; Santa Barbara, CA

Selected Private and Corporate Collections

Albuquerque Hyatt Regency; Albuquerque, NM

Cigna Systems; Dallas, TX

Cigna Health Plan; Van Nuys, CA

Club Corporation of America; Dallas, TX

Coopers and Lybrand; Boulder, CO

David Brooke Associates; New York, NY

Delaidle/Haskins/Sells; Denver, CO

Eldorado Country Club; McKinney, TX

Exxon Company; New York, NY

FHP Executive Offices; San Pedro and Long Beach, CA, Albuquerque, NM

First Interstate Bank of Aurora, CO

First Federal Savings; 29 Palms, CA

First Nation Wide Bank; Long Beach, CA

Fritz Scholder; Scottsdale, AZ

Gallegos Law Firm; Santa Fe, NM

Gerald and Kathleen Peters; Santa Fe, NM

Grubb & Ellis; Denver, CO

Hughes Aircraft; Denver, CO

IBM Executive Offices; Dallas, TX, Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL

Interfirst Bank; Austin, TX

Joe Gallini Realtors; Dallas, TX

Linda Durham; Galisteo, NM

Los Colinas Inn & Convention Center; Irving, TX

Northern Trust Co.; Chicago, IL

Oklahoma Arts Institute

Pata and Nino Shevardnadze; Tbilisi, Georgia, USSR

Quail Run Development; Santa Fe, NM

Raines & Fischer; New York, NY

Ramada Hotel; Denver, CO

San Diego Padres; San Diego, CA

Texas American Bank; Austin, TX; Dallas, TX

U.S. West Financial; Denver, CO

Walt Disney Corporation; Los Angeles, CA

Westin Hotel; Dallas, TX

Zales Corporation; Dallas, TX

Representation

Galisteo Street Studio, Santa Fe, NM

Gierek Fine Art, Tulsa, OK

Gildea Contemporary, Key West, FL

M Contemborary, New Orleans, LA

Warnock Fine Arts, Palm Springs, CA

Book Citations

Lambirth, A. Wardell, G. Barbara Rae Prints. London: Royal Academy of Arts,

2010

Bell, R., Mann, J. 100 Santa Fe Etchers. Santa Fe: Bell Tower Editions, 2008.

Katz, L. A Lifetime of Imaging, The Art of Margaret Lefranc. Miami: Nouveau Ventures Unlimited, Inc., 2007.

Reyner, N. Acrylic Revolution. Cincinnati: F&W Publications, Inc., 2007.

Bullis, D. 100 Artists Of The Southwest. Atglen: Schiffer Publishing ltd, 2006.

Ayres, J.  Printmaking Techniques.  New York: Watson Guptill Publications, 1993.

Ayres, J.  Monotype.  New York: Watson Guptill Publications, 1991.

Ross, J., C. Romano, and T. Ross.  The Complete Printmaker.  New York: The Free Press, 1990.

Articles, Reviews

LaPalma, M. “Doug Glovaski, Verne Stanford, Ron Pokrasso.” THE Magazine,

November, 2016

 

Miller, E. ”So Long Sweet Studio.” Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, September

21, 2016

Jackson, D. “Mano a Mano.” Santa Fean, June, July 2011

Hickman, B. “Printmaker masters unique medium.” Florida Today, Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Summar, P. “A Different View.” Journal Santa Fe, Saturday, April 28, 2007

Targos, R. “Ron Pokrasso: Moment of Invention” Art-Talk, Volume XXVII, Number 6, April, 2007

Tropiano, D. “Guys Flock To Sports Themed Art At 2 Galleries.” Scottsdale Republic, Wednesday, March 23, 2005.

McEuen, M. “Prints Charming.”  Santa Fean, April, 2004.

Walker, H. “A Primer On Printmaking.” The Santa Fe Catalogue, Spring / Summer 2003.

Kusel, D. “Major League Library – Local man constructs miniature ballpark fashioned after the beloved Yankee Stadium of his youth.” The New Mexican, Tuesday, April 22, 2003.

Ingram, V. “Capshaw students say ‘play ball’ with opening day events.” The New Mexican, Sunday, April 20, 2003.

Ruas, C.”Jewish Artists On The Edge” Art News, Volume 101, Number 4, April 2002.

Carver, J. “The Little Cup That Could.” Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, November 1, 2000.

Quatro, J. “A Nod From The Mayor.” Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, October 25, 2000.

Fein, J. “Jewish Expression, Beyond the Fringe.” Hadassah Magazine, Volume 82, No. 2, October 2000.

Adlmann, J. “Ron Pokrasso” THE (Santa Fe’s Monthly Magazine of the Arts), Volume VIII, Number 11, August 2000..

Berkovitch, E.  “Passionate Coherence.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, July 7, 2000.

McCabe, B. “Analyze This.” The Met, January 5-12, 2000.

Sullivan, C. “Artist Expresses Life’s Passion – Man Unites Issues with Mixed Media.” Albuquerque Journal North, Friday, December 17, 1999.

Paglia, M. “Earthly Delights.” Westward, Thursday, December 16, 1999.

Stuck, Nelda M. “Monothon 99: A Spa Experience for Artists. Redlands Daily Facts, Sunday, July 11, 1999.

Walker, H. “Looking for Meaning in the Galleries.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, June 11, 1999.

O’Brien P. “Riverside’s Monothon Gaining the Respect of Printmakers.” The Press Enterprise, Saturday, July 10, 1999.

Cline, L.  “Bridging the Gap.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, December 17, 1999.

Giffin, G. “Four in One – Fall Theme Ties Different Styles.” The Denver Post, Friday, December 17, 1999.

_______. “Monothon Slated at Riverside Museum.” Redlands Daily Facts, Sunday, May 3, 1998.

Indyke, D. “Cup Scout.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, November 6, 1998.

Hemp, C.  “Ron Pokrasso – New Mixed Media Paintings.”  THE (Santa Fe’s Monthly Magazine of the Arts), Volume VII, No. 2, August 1998.

Weideman, P. “Working Through the Barrier with Fresh Ideas.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, July 3, 1998.

Weideman, P. “A Public Display of Affection, For the Sake of Art.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, February 6, 1998.

Van Cleve, E. “Ron Pokrasso Calls on Emotional Responses.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, July 4, 1997.

Villani, J.  “Art May Be Hazardous to Your Health.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, May 30, 1997.

Van Cleve, E. “Ron Pokrasso is in a Musical Mode These Days.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, May 23, 1997.

Johnson, H. “Select Art, Indeed!” Sedona Magazine, Volume 12, No. 2, Spring, 1997.

Fauntleroy, G.  “Two Rons focus on themselves for a change.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, February 14, 1997.

Villani, J.  “Eleven Years and Going Strong.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, February 7, 1997.

_______. “Two Rons to Exhibit Work at Santa Fe College.”  Rio Grande Sun, Thursday, January 30, 1997.

Koster, M.  “Ink Up.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, January 17, 1997.

_______. Hemp, C.  “Ron Pokrasso – In the Eyes of the Beholder.”  THE (Santa Fe’s Monthly Magazine of the Arts), Volume V, No. 1, June 1996.

Bensley, L.  “Baseball Meets Music in Pokrasso’s Art.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, May 24, 1996.

_______. “In the Galleries – Santa Fe.”  Art Talk, Volume XV, No. 7, April-May, 1996.

Van Cleve, E. “Portraits’ at Childrens Museum.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, September 15, 1995.

_______. “Inspiration – Oh What a Feeling.” Kaleidoscope, perspectives on SUNY College at Brockport.  Volume VIII, No. 3, Summer, 1995.

Tobin, R. “Short Reviews.” THE (Santa Fe’s monthly magazine of the arts), Volume III, No. 10, May, 1995.

Berkovitch, E.  “Cool Art Takes Heat Off Summer Sting.”  Albuquerque Journal North, Thursday, June 30, 1994.

Collins, T.  “Escape to Reality/Collage Constructions.”  Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, June 29, 1994.

Bensley, L.  “Leap of Faith Puts Pokrasso on His Own.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, June 17, 1994.

Versace, C.  “The Best of Art Shows Looks to Most Intriguing Exhibits.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, December 31, 1993.

Fauntleroy, G.  “The Real Thrill is in Wandering Around in the Process of Art.”     Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, June 18, 1993.

Fauntleroy, G.  “Graphics Workshop Closes, Will Reopen on CSF Campus.”  Pasatiempo  Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, June 4, 1993.

Versace, C.  “Works on Paper Feature Talent of Longtime Santa Fe Artists.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, February 26, 1993.

Silverman, J.  “Monothon 7.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New  Mexican), Friday, February 12, 1993.

Newhouse, D.  “Artist Takes First Crack at Baseball, Connects.”  Contra Costa Times, Sunday, July 12, 1992

Gibson, E.  “Elaborate Monotypes Mix Space and Color.”  The Washington Times, Thursday, June 6, 1992.

Eauclaire, S.  “Monotypes – A Hot New (Not So New) Medium in Santa Fe.”  The Santa Fean Magazine, Volume 19, No. 2, March 1991.

Woodard, J.  “Sights Around Town – Up the Coast.”  Los Angeles Times, Thursday,  February 21, 1991.

Villani, J.  “Printmakers.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, February 15, 1991.

Valdez, A.  “Pokrasso – A Study in Monotype.”  The Horizon (Westmont College), Friday, February 8, 1991.

Slama, J.  “Pokrasso Exhibit Brought to College by Professor.”  Carpinteria Herald, Tuesday, January 29, 1991.

_______. “Master Printer Shows Recent Work.”  Santa Barbara News, Friday, January 25, 1991.

Slama, J.  “The Evolution of an Artist.”  Montecito Life, Thursday, January 24, 1991.

Ashley, R.  “Exploring Unity of Figures to Landscape.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, May 25, 1990.

Nelson, M.C.  “Monotype: Part One – The Painter’s Print Method.”  American Artist,  Volume 53, Issue 570, January 1990.

Hines, A.  “Artists of Different Cultures in the New Mexico Light.”  American Artist, Volume 53, Issue 569, December 1989.

Guilford College News Service.  “Visiting Artist.”  Journal Winston-Salem, Saturday, October 7, 1989.

_______. “Pokrasso to Exhibit Print Works this Month at Riverside Museum.”  Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, October 4, 1989.

Mano, C.  “Monotypes:  The Power of the Press.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, March 3, 1989.

Osburn, A.  “Monotype:  The Affordable Original.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, March 4, 1988.

Lamden, S.  “Teachers as Resources.”  Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, October 7, 1987.

Bell, D.  “Portraits are a Popular Theme of Gallery’s Monotype Show.”  Albuquerque Journal North, Saturday, February 14, 1987.

Hendrick, B.  “‘Recent Drawings” Shows Visual Power.”  El Paso Herald Post, Friday, February 6, 1987.

Mitchell, M.  “Semester Opens with Gallery Shows.”  The Prospector (University of Texas at El Paso), Thursday, January 22, 1987.

Deats, S.  “Artists Who Came Out of the Closet.”  Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, November 5, 1986.

Burn, G.  “Features, Prints – Three Artists from Santa Fe.”  Arts Review – London, Volume XXXVIII, No. 21, Friday, October 24, 1986.

Nixon, B.  “Dallas Galleries Get a Fresh Start.”  Dallas Times Herald, Monday, September 15, 1986.

Wickstrom, M.L.  “Expressionist Monotypes.”  Santa Fe Reporter, Monday, September 15, 1986.

McCombie, M.  “Medium Innovations.”  Austin American Statesman, Thursday, April 17,  1986.

Zwinger, S.  “‘Extended Line’ Museum of Fine Arts Exhibit Traces 20th Century  Drawing.”   Albuquerque Journal, Friday, April 4, 1986.

Gottlieb, S.  “Santa Fe Collection: It’s Sure Not Old West.”  Long Beach Press Telegram, Saturday, March 16, 1986.

Peters, S.D.  “Art at Brockport.”  City News, Thursday, October 3, 1985.

Ulfsparre, B.  “Excellent Alumni Art Show at College.” Brockport News, Tuesday, October 1, 1985.

Gullet, S.  “The Rebirth of Photogravure.”  Santa Fe Reporter – Voices, Summer, 1985.

Plett, N.  “Workshop Artists Rub Shoulders to Produce Collaborative Prints.” Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, January 25, 1985.

Plett, N.  “Images and Process.”  Pasatiempo Magazine (a weekly arts magazine of the New Mexican), Friday, November 2, 1984.

Bell, D.  “‘Images’ Exhibit at Armory Practical, Attractive.”  Albuquerque Journal  North, Wednesday, October 31, 1984.

Deats, S.  “A Refreshing Medium.”  Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, October 31, 1984.

_______.  “Artists in Little Plaza ‘Flower Show’ Help Give Nudge to Spring.”  Albuquerque Journal, Wednesday, February 29, 1984.

Zwinger, S.  “Many Messages but One Medium.”  Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, February 15, 1984.

_______.  “Abstract Works Successful in ‘New Mexico Monotypes’ Show.”  Albuquerque Journal, Wednesday, February 15, 1984.

Zwinger, S.  “‘X’ Marks the Spot.”  Santa Fe Reporter, Wednesday, February 8, 1984.