biografia di Rudolph Carl GORMAN (1931-2005)

Birth place: Chinle, AZ

Addresses: Taos, NM

Profession: Painter, art dealer

Studied: Northern Arizona Univ., with Jack Salter & Ellery Gibson; Mexico City College.

Exhibited: Am. Indian Art Exhibit, Kaiser Center, Oakland, CA, 1966; Scottsdale Nat. Indian Exhib., Arizona, 1969; Santa Fe (NM) Ann. Biennial Exhibit, 1969; Philbrook AC, Tulsa, 1969; Heard Mus. Guild Exhib., Phoenix, 1970; Jamison Gals., Santa Fe, NM; Mary Livingston, 1970s. Awards: Grand award, Am. Indian Art Exhibit, Oakland, 1966; first award, Scottsdale Nat. Indian Exhibit, 1967; first award, Heard Mus. Guild Exhibit, Phoenix, 1968.

Member: Taos AA

Work: Heard Mus., Phoenix, AA; Philbrook AC, Tulsa, OK; Northern Arizona Univ., Flagstaff; Gonzaga Univ., Spokane, WA; Santa Fe Fine Arts Mus., NM. Commissions: Dance of the Hohokam Masked Figures, St. Luke's Hospital, Phoenix, 1971.

Comments: Preferred media: acrylics, oils, pastels. Positions: owner, Navajo Gallery, Taos. Collections arranged: U.S. Indian Arts & Crafts Board, Washington, DC, 1968. Specialty of gallery: Southwest art; Indian painters. Art interests: modern Indian painters. Collection: F. Scholder, Tavlos, Pletka, C. Counter, C. Bissell, C. Lovato, C. Cannon, Kin-ya-onny Beyeh & Bob Hoasous. Publications: contributor, 23 Contemporary Indian Artists," Art in America, 1972; contributor, "American Deserts," National Geographic Magazine, 1972. "

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