DANIEL EDWARDS

Born:  La Porte, Indiana, 1965

 

 

EXHIBITIONS (*Solo Exhibit)

2005          *  The Ted Williams Memorial Display”, First Street Gallery, New York, NY.

2005              “Realists of The Lyme Academy”, The Arnot Museum of Art, Elmira, NY.

2005              Lyme Academy College of Fine Art Faculty Exhibit”, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT.

2004          *  Next In The Gallery: Daniel Edwards”, Herron Art Gallery, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN.

2004            “Punch & Judy Go Downtown”, First Street Gallery, New York, NY.

2004        *  My Coulrophobia (My Fear of Clowns)”, Capla Kesting Fine Art, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY.

2003            “Image vs. Color”, Capla Kesting Fine Art, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY.

2003        *  Recent Works”, First Street Gallery, New York, NY. 

2002                  “The Panjectivist Salon”, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY.

2001        *   “Cast Blues”, Delta Cultural Center, Helena, AR.

2001        *   “Cast Blues”, LymeAcademy College of Fine Art, Old Lyme, CT.

2000            “Purgatory Wheel”, Mark Diekhoff Gallery, Indianapolis, IN.

1999        *  Daniel Edwards, Recent Works”, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN.

1999              “Edwards and Pavone, Recent Works”, Indiana University at South Bend, South Bend, IN.

1999          *  Bushman”, Mark Diekhoff Gallery, Indianapolis, IN.                                                                                                                      

1998          *  Heroes and Champions”, New York Athletic Club, New York, NY.

1998          *  Images of Greatness”, Art Association of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, PA.

1998              “Holocaust Exhibition”, Las Vegas Art Museum Invitational, Las Vegas, NV.

1998          *  Distinguished Company”, National Art Museum of Sport, Indianapolis, IN.

1998          *  Images of Greatness”, and other works, Las Vegas Art Museum, Las Vegas, NV.

1997              “Real Abstract”, Two man show, Five Ten Gallery, Indianapolis, IN.

1997              “Political Portraits”, National Sculpture Society at America’s Tower, New York, NY.

1997          *  Images of Greatness”, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, AL.

1997          *  Images of Greatness”, Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, IL.

1996          *  Images of Greatness”, Bank One Center/Tower Gallery, Indianapolis, IN.

1996              “Discover Greatness!  An Illustrated History of Negro Leagues Baseball,” Indiana State Museum.

1996          *  Portraits of the Olympic Centennial”, Traveling Exhibit:

-       1996 Olympic Village, Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture atrium, Atlanta, GA.

-       The Pinnacle Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design, sponsored by the Department of Cultural

                                  Affairs, United Way, BMW Critz Inc., and Coca-Cola, Savannah, GA.

-          Greenville Hyatt Regency, sponsored by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Greenville, SC.

-          Bank One Center/Tower Gallery, sponsored by the United Way of Central Indiana, Bank One, Aramax, and

Equity Office, Indianapolis, IN.

 

PUBLIC SCULPTURE

2002             “Wm. DeHart Hubbard, Olympian”, 6’x 8’ bronze relief, Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, Cincinnati, OH.

2001              “Mr. and Mrs. Cox Memorial”, life-size bronze, Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department, Carmel, IN.

2000              “Senator Wendell Ford”, bronze, twice life-size, Wendell Ford Museum, Owensboro, KY.

1998                “Senator Wendell Ford”, bronze, twice life-size, Louisville Airport Authority, Louisville, KY.

1996                “Governor Matthew E. Welsh of Indiana”, bronze life-size, Indiana Statehouse, Indianapolis, IN.

1995                “Landmark for Peace”, MLK Jr. and RFK Memorial (Groundbreaking ceremony performed by

                          President Clinton and Senator Ted Kennedy), sponsored by “Indiana Pacers”, Indianapolis, IN.

1995                “Worker’s Memorial”, Indiana Government Center, sponsored by AFL-CIO, Indianapolis, IN.

1994                “Mother Seton with Child”, bronze life-size, St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis, IN.

 

COMMISSIONS

2004                    “The Blaising family children and pets”, bronze life-size, Blaising family, Indianapolis, IN.

2004              “Olympian Portraits”, bronze, New York Athletic Club, New York, NY.

2000              “Young Thoroughbred with Child”, bronze life-size, Buckingham Companies, Indianapolis, IN.

1998                “Affirmed, The Last Triple Crown Champion”, bronze horse, 125% life-size, Champions Farms, Louisville, KY.

1998                “Bronze Water Fountains (two)”, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN.

1998                “Dean Charles Emerson”, bronze life-size bust, I.U. School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN.

1998                Dwane Houser Bronze Relief", Anthem Insurance, Indianapolis, IN.

1995                “The United Way Community Service Award”, United Way of Central Indiana.

1994                “Josef Gingold Memorial Gold Medal”, Cathedral Arts, Indianapolis, IN.

1995                “Jimmy Doolittle Award”, Hudson Institute (Recipient: Barry Goldwater; Guest speakers:  Dan Quayle,

        William F. Buckley, and Sen. Sam Nunn), National Press Club, Washington, DC.

1994                “Lloyd Banks Bronze Relief”, Associated Group, Indianapolis, IN

1994                “Bronze Medallion”, IUPUI Library, Indianapolis, IN.

1993                “Frank E. McKinney, Jr. and Sr. Busts”, Bank One Tower, Indianapolis, IN.

1993                  Nine Portraits, Sergeants Majors Academy, El Paso, TX.

 

DANIEL EDWARDS

 

 

COLLECTIONS

New York Athletic Club, New York, NY

National Art Museum of Sport, Indianapolis, IN.

City of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, PA.

Las Vegas Art Museum, Las Vegas, NV.

Indiana Statehouse, Indianapolis, IN.

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hilbert, Carmel, IN.

Mr. and Mrs. Sen. Barry Goldwater, Phoenix, AZ.

Mr. Dick Cheney

Dr. Henry Kissinger

Mr. Donald Rumsfeld

Mr. George Schultz

Robin Greenspun, Las Vegas, NV.

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Chambers, Indianapolis, IN.

 

PROFESSORIAL CAREER

2003-05         Chairman of Faculty Council,  Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT.

1999-05         Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Anatomy, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT.

1994-97         Instructor of Figure Modeling and Artistic Anatomy, Herron School of Art, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN.

 

EDUCATION

1994              BFA Sculpture, Herron School of Art, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN.

1988-90            MFA Sculpture Program, New York Academy of Art, Andy Warhol Scholarship, New York, NY. 

                        Received MFA, Sculpture, New York Academy Graduate School of Figurative Art, 2001.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

CINCINNATI ENQUIRER:  “Art: Relief of Olympian Placed in Transit Center,” John Erardi, February, 2003.

STORYLINE:  “Blues Captured in Sculpture,” Fall, 2001.

BLUES REVUE MAGAZINE:  “Documenting History:  Sculptor Brings Blues Legends to Life,” Eric Fine, 2001.

THE HARTFORD COURANT:  “Sculpting the King of the Blues,  Stan Simpson, March, 2001.

THE NEW YORK TIMES:  “Setting Up Shop Amid the Action,  Elizabeth Atteberry,  February, 2001.

THE NEW LONDON DAY:  “Images of Immortality,” Lisa McGinley, February, 2001.

NUVO NEWSWEEKLY:  “Striking Poses”, Julie Pratt McQuiston, February, 1999.

N.A.M.O.S. Score Board:  Roger Bowler Gives Museum Edwards’ Sculpture”, Ann M. Rein, Winter, 1999.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  “Primary Point of These Primates is Primacy of the Artist’s View”, Steve Mannheimer, January, 1999.

NUVO NEWSWEEKLY:  “Bushman”, Calendar Pick, January, 1999.

ARTS INDIANA MAGAZINE:  “Heads Up at NAMOS”, Robin Yates, Jul/Aug, 1998.

HARRISBURG TIMES:  “Art Association to Display Negro League Busts”, Ted Knorr, May, 1998.

NUVO NEWSWEEKLY:  Calendar Story, Courtesy Mark Diekhoff, May, 1998.

HOLOCAUST EXHIBITION CATALOG, LAS VEGAS ART MUSEUM:  (Full color printing with text, by Curator

     James Mann, Ph.D.), April, 1998.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  “Reaching High”, Rich Miller, (photo of work with caption on front page), April, 1998.

ART BEAT (Las Vegas Art Museum Newsletter):  “Daniel Edwards”, James Mann, Ph.D., Mar/Apr, 1998.

BLOOMINGTON VOICE:  “Real Abstract”, Tom Rhea, December, 1997.

NUVO NEWSWEEKLY:  “Real Abstract”, Tom Rhea, December, 1997.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  “Exhibit Secures 510 Gallery’s Place”, Steve Mannheimer, November, 1997.

NUVO NEWSWEEKLY:  Pick of the Week, November, 1997.

HENDRICKS COUNTY FLYER:  “The Artist’s Viewpoint”, Marc Sirkin, October, 1997.

THE ROCKY MOUNT TELEGRAM:  “Famous Artist Captures Buck”, Bill Barnhart, August, 1997.

LAPORTE HERALD-ARGUS:  “Dan Creates an Image”, Sandra Provan, July, 1997.

THE BIRMINGHAM WORLD:  “A Tribute to Negro Leagues”, special to the world, July, 1997.

THE BIRMINGHAM NEWS:  “Wallace Turns Into Art”, Tom Gordon, July, 1997.

ELMHURST COLLEGE MAGAZINE:  Cover, Spring, 1997.

DAILY HERALD:  Elmhurst College Exhibit Honors Negro Leagues”, Matthew Nickerson, February, 1997.

CHICAGO TRIBUNE:  “Immortalized – In Extra Innings”, Cathleen Falsani, February, 1997.

SPOTLIGHT:  “Sculpture in League of Its Own”, Julie Masterson, January, 1997.

VINCENNES SUN-COMMERCIAL:  “Welsh Now Has Lasting Legacy at Statehouse”, Edward L. Sebring, December, 1996.

SAGAMORE:  “Herron Professor’s Sculptures Symbolize Ethics of Life’s Work”, Matt Litten, November, 1996.

NUVO:  “Documenting History”, Dick Young, October, 1996.

EX-VOTO:  “On the Move”, Allegra East, October, 1996.

GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE NEWSLETTER, SPECIAL EDITION:

     “Olympic Exhibit”, Thomas Galloway, August, 1996.

THE GEORGIA GUARDIAN:  “Busts of Past Olympians Showcased at Pinnacle Gallery”, Amy Goodpaster Strebe, July, 1996.

SAVANNAH NEWS-PRESS:  “Artists Provide Respite From Games”, Marty Shuter, July, 1996.

CREATIVE LOAFING (Greenville, SC):  “100 Years of Magnitude: Olympians by Daniel Edwards”, James Mann, July, 1996.

DANIEL EDWARDS

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY, CONTINUED

NEWS DISPATCH:  “Sculptor’s Work Heading Toward Olympic Village”, Deborah Sederberg, June, 1996.

SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE:  “Sculptor’s Work Makes Olympics”, John Nicholas, June, 1996.

LAPORTE HERALD-ARGUS:  “Olympic Commission”, Sandra Provan, June, 1996.

HENDRICKS COUNTY FLYER:  “Olympians Brought to Life”, Marc Sirkin, June, 1996.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  “Artist Is Just Busting Out With Olympic Pride”, Michael Ehret, April, 1996.

THE STRAD (London, England):  Gingold Gold Medal Unveiled”, January, 1996.

HENDRICKS COUNTY FLYER:  “Artist Sculpts Truth”, Marc Sirkin, November, 1995.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  Gingold Gold Medal, New Design”, Steve Mannheimer, October, 1995.

SAGAMORE:  “Memorial Celebrates Nonviolence Then and Now”, Amy Tousky, October, 1995.

LAPORTE HERALD-ARGUS:  Monumental  Sculpture”, Rick Markley, October, 1995.

SCULPTURE REVIEW MAGAZINE:  Photo of work published with brief biography, Fall, 1995.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  “It Refreshes My Soul”, Marcella Fleming, October, 1995.

INDIANAPOLIS NEWS:  “Statue Honors Workers Who Died on the Job”, Joe Young, April, 1995.

SAGAMORE:  “Indy Gets First PC Sculpture” and “For Artistic Sake”, Tammy Cleary, April, 1995.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  “Vision For Memorial Coming Together”, Diana Penner, April, 1995.

SCULPTURE REVIEW MAGAZINE:  Lyme Academy Hosts Competition”, Fall, 1994.

INDIANAPOLIS STAR:  “Sculptors’ Talent Belies Their Years”, Steve Mannheimer, October, 1994.

NUVO NEWSWEEKLY:  “Nobody Told Him He Couldn’t Do It”, Sharon Calhoon, September, 1994.

LAPORTE HERALD-ARGUS:  “He Speaks in Sculpture”, Beth Rudnick, July, 1994.

THE DAY (Norwich, CT):  Lyme Academy of Fine Arts Holds 16th Annual Competition”, Scott Timberg, June, 1994.

THE BANK ONE COMMUNIQUE:  “In the Image of Greatness”, Erica Tetzloff, Winter, 1993-1994.

LAPORTE HERALD-ARGUS:  “Piecing It Together”, Tom Domingues, June, 1992.

SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE:  LaPorte Sculptor Uses Scenes From Slaughterhouse for Works”, Bob Kronemyer, September, 1991.

NEW BUFFALO TIMES:  “The Life of the Artist as an Untormented Man”, Charlotte Bass, July, 1991.

LAPORTE HERALD-ARGUS:  “Slaughterhouse Art Remains to be Seen”, Anne Watson, February, 1991.

REGIONAL NEWS:  “Sculptor Gets Inspiration From Lifeless Animals”, Vicky Taylor, November, 1990.

MICHIGAN CITY NEWS DISPATCH:  “Sculptor”, Deb Sederberg, October, 1990.

INDIANAPOLIS NEWS:  “Hoosier Sculptor Fell for Her Smooth Lines”, Marcy Mermel, August, 1990.

MICHIGAN CITY NEWS DISPATCH:  LaPorte Sculptor Tries Hand at Fair”, Rosemary Shaw-Powell, July, 1990.

NORTH JERSEY HERALD NEWS:  “Hobby Turns Into Horror”, Robert D. Abrams, October, 1985

SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE:  “Artist Fascinated with Monsters, Turns Latex Into Frightful Faces”, David Grimes, Oct. 1983.

BRADENTON HERALD:  “His Hands Mold Monsters”, Bianca Pavoncella, October, 1983.