CV of ALEXANDER BOSTIC

Born 1955, Bennettsville, South Carolina

1994 MA Illustration, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
1979 BFA Illustration, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1976 AAS Design, Sullivan County Community College, Loch Sheldrake, NY

 

RECENT EXHIBITIONS

2012 The Red Clay Survey: 2012 Contemporary Southern Art,
Huntsville Museum of Art, and Huntsville, AL

2012 The National Art Museum of Sport (NAMOS), an Exhibition of art that is the Commitment to Excellence in the Art and Sport. On the campus of Indiana University – Purdue Indianapolis

2010 United States Air Force Art Collection Exhibition”, Wright –
Patterson AFB Dayton, OH  (Invitational) Curator: Ben Bensen, Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, Air Force Base Chair. October.

2009 Oil Painters of America Eastern Regional Exhibition.
At the Corse Gallery and atelier in Jacksonville, Fl (Nov 20—Dec23)

2011 The Works of Alex Bostic, The Bryan Public Library
West Point, Mississippi

2008 MERMAIDS: Paintings by Alex Bostic, The Fine Arts Cove Gallery
Florence, Italy Solo Exhibition

2008 Richeson 75: Figure/Portrait International 2008”, Richeson School of Art & Gallery, Kimberly, WI (International, juried) competition Juror: Michael Shane Neal, Artist. (May-July 2008)

2004   The Human Elements Work by Alex Bostic The Waddell Art Gallery
Sterling. VA Solo Exhibition

2003   Mask Art by Lydia Thompson and Paintings By Alex Bostic 1888 Gallery/Big Colington Road Island, NC

2003 The Work of Alex Bostic National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo
Bulawayo Zimbabwe Solo Exhibition

2000   Making Way Atlantic City Art Center, Atlantic City, NJ

1999   Common Links / The Te Traumata Art Gallery Indigenous Arts Moving in From the Edge. This Exhibition is in Conjunction with the Global Arts Beyond 2000 International Conference for Higher Education in the Arts
Auckland, New Zealand

2008 Richeson 75: Figure/Portrait International 2008, Richeson School of Art & Gallery, Kimberly, WI (International, juried) competition Juror: Michael Shane Neal, Artist. (May-July 2008)

 

HONORS / AWARDS

2011 State Pride Faculty Awards: $2,500 the awards were established to honor faculty members who contribute to the mission of the College and the University.

2011 The Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC) $3,900 grant in support of his art. A grant was made possible by continued funding from the Mississippi State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.

2006 Best of Show, Silver medial, 3- Merit Awards. Illustration Club of DC, VA and Maryland / Group Show Members Show Washington DC (Juried Exhibition

2007 Second Place The Richison 75 Artist Choice Award May 2007

2007 Award of Merit, The American Juried Art Salon

2006 Best of Show, Silver medial, 3- Merit Awards. Illustration Club of DC, VA and Maryland / Group Show Members Show Washington DC (Juried Exhibition

2005 Honorable Mentions ASSOCIATED ARTISTS   of Winston-Salem, Inc.
Face Value, Juried Exhibition

2005 2- Honorable mentions The Society of Illustrators of NC
The Art and Baseball at The Marshall Gallery

2004 Society of Illustrators Los Angeles Illustration west Exhibition, Los Angeles One Silver, Two-Merit Award

2003 Illustration Club of Washington, DC and Maryland / Five Merit Awards One Silver

 

MUSEUM / UNIVERSITY COLLECTIONS

Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, GA
Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London, England
The United States Air Force Art Collocation, Washington, DC
The National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe,
Virginia Commonwealth University, Collection, Cabell Library, Richmond, VA
The Waddell Art Gallery Northern Virginia Community College, Sterling, VA
The National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY
Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, OH
The Ludwig Museum, West German
NASA Art Collection, Washington D.C.

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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