Richard Wilson: CV

Richard Wilson - Curriculum Vitae

 

RICHARD WILSON

Born:  Wichita, Kansas - 1944

Education:  California State University, San Jose - B.A., 1967; M.A., 1968

Residence:  Redding, California

Employment:  Art Professor Emeritus - Shasta College

 

SOLO / TWO-PERSON SHOWS:

Arlene Lind Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1968

Cabrillo College, Jeff Sanders/Richard Wilson, Aptos, CA - 1968

Redding Museum and Art Center, Redding, CA - 1968, 1978, 1983, 2000

Graphics Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1969, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980

University of California, Davis, Davis, CA - 1971

Hank Baum Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1984

Hank Baum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA - 1971, 1974, 1975, 1976

Graphics Gallery, Los Angeles, CA - 1971, 1974, 1975, 1976

Reed College, Portland, Oregon - 1973

San Jose Art Museum, San Jose, CA- 1976

Cabrillo College, Aptos, CA - 1977

Fort Steilicom College, Bob McGIll/Richard Wilson, Tacoma, WA - 1978

Victor Fischer Gallery, Oakland, CA - 1986, 1988, 1991

College of the Siskiyous, Weed, CA - 1987

D.P. Fong and Spratt Galleries, San Jose, CA - 1990, 1993

Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill, CA - 1992

Triangle Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1992, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2004

Frederick Spratt Gallery, San Jose, CA - 1994, 1997

Triangle Gallery, Jeff Kotun/Richard Wilson, San Francisco, CA - 1994

Cate School, Patrick Wilson/Richard Wilson, Carpenteria, CA - 1994

Claremont Graduate University, "Two Fold: Richard Wilson and Patrick Wilson" (Curated by David Pagel), Claremont, CA - 2005

PDX Contemporary Art, “Resonance”, Portland, OR - 2007

Carl Berg Gallery, “Rises”, Los Angeles, CA - 2009

Triangle Gallery, “Correspondence” (With Chung-Ray Fung), San Francisco, CA - 2009

Louis Stern Fine Arts, “Richard Wilson – Connecting Surfaces,” November 13 – December 23 - 2010

Louis Stern Fine Arts, “Refractions / Landscapes – New Work by Richard Wilson,” November 9, 2013 – January 4, 2014

 

GROUP SHOWS:

"15th Annual Painting Annual", Richmond, CA - 1966

"9th Annual San Jose City College Show", San Jose, CA - 1967

"43rd Annual Kingsley Exhibit", Crocker Museum, Sacramento, CA - 1968

"10th Annual San Jose City College Show", San Jose, CA - 1968

"Young Talents ’68", Lytton Museum, Palo Alto and Oakland, CA - 1968

Group Painting Exhibit, Galleria Carl Vandor Voort, San Francisco, CA - 1968

"Three Printmakers", Humboldt State College, Arcata, CA - 1969

"A Selection of Young Contemporary California Artists", California Arts Commission, Traveling Exhibition - 1969

"Holiday Festival", San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA - 1969

"Artists for Peace", Hansen Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1969

Group Show, Jason Aver Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1969-1970

"Looking West 1970", Joslin Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska - 1970

"Northwest Printmakers 41st International Exhibition", Seattle, WA - 1970

"Multiples USA/70", Western Michigan University, Michigan - 1970

"Drawings ’70: 1st Annual National Drawing Show of St. John’s University", NY - 1970

"Boxtop Invitational Painting Exhibit", Illinois State University, Illinois; Govette-Brewster Gallery and National Gallery, New Zealand - 1971

"15th Painting Annual", Downey Museum, Downey, CA; Purchase Award - 1972

"1st Annual Grand Galleria National Painting Competition", Seattle, WA; Award - 1972

"Eight from California", Springfield, IL - 1972

"Cabrillo Music Festival Art Exhibit", Aptos, CA - 1972

"2nd Annual Grand Galleria National Painting Competition", Seattle, WA - 1973

"Utah State University Print Invitational", Logan, UT - 1973

Three Person Show (with Joe Draegert and Bob McGill), California State University, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA - 1975

"Arizona National Painting Competition", Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, AZ - 1977

International Arts Fair, Basil, Switzerland, and Cologne, Germany - 1978

Chicago International Art Exposition, Chicago, IL - 1980

"Works on Paper", Spokane Falls College, Spokane, WA - 1981

International Art Exposition California, San Francisco, CA - 1981

Art Faculty/Alumni Exhibition, California State University, San Jose, CA - 1982-1986

Three Person Show (with Dick Kakuda and Bob McGill), Chan-Elliot Gallery, Sacramento, CA - 1983

"The Planar Dimension: Geometric Abstraction by Bay Area Artists", Civic Arts Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA - 1983

"Two Dimensions", National Art Competition, University of Texas, El Paso, TX; Donald Judd, Judge - 1984

"Artists Invitational / 4 California Artists: University of the Pacific", Stockton, CA - 1985

"10 California Colorists", with Karl Benjamin, David Simpson, Leo Valledor, and others; traveled to San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA; Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA; Claremont College, Claremont, CA; and The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM - 1985-1986

"Three Person Show: Francine Seders Gallery" (with Karl Benjamin and Dennis Farber), Seattle, WA - 1986

"Harold Segelstadt Collection Exhibit", Shasta College Gallery, Redding, CA - 1991

"Poetics of Order", D.P. Fong and Spratt Galleries, San Jose, CA- 1991

Triangle Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2006

Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont, CA - 1993

Long Beach Art Museum, Long Beach, CA - 1997

5th Annual Artists’ Valentine Exhibition, Nelson Gallery, U.C. Davis, Davis, CA - 1998

"Transcendence", Mt. San Antonio College Gallery, Walnut, CA - 1998

"Three Person Show with Louis Siegriest and Joseph Romano", Triangle Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 1998

"Abstraction", Carl Berg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA - 2006

Aqua Art Miami, Carl Berg Gallery, Miami Beach, FL - 2006

Triangle Gallery (with Carleen Keating and Bruce Kortebein), San Francisco, CA - 2007

"Window Project", PDX Contemporary Art, Portland, OR - 2007

"Elegantly Frugal, Deceptively Simple", Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, OR - 2007

"Abstraction and Landscape", 98ten Fine Art, Irvine, CA - 2007

"I Candy: Current Abstraction in Southern California", Cypress College, Cypress, CA - 2007

"Flow: Miami Invitational", PDX Contemporary Art, Miami, FL - 2007

"Aqua-Wynwood", Carl Berg Gallery, Miami, FL - 2007

Los Angeles Art Show, PDX Contemporary Art, Portland, OR - 2008

"Kinda Like a Buffet", PDX Contemporary Art, Portland, OR - 2008

"Old Friends- New Faces", Triangle Gallery, San Francisco, CA - 2008

"Methods of Abstraction", Carl Berg Projects at PDC, Los Angeles, CA - 2008

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Thomas Albright:         San Francisco Chronicle, August 28, 1968 - “Hard Edge Art”

                                     San Francisco Chronicle, June 9m 1973 - “Walls of Space, Light, Infinity”

                                     San Francisco Chronicle, June 8, 1974 - “An Old Tradition is Revitalized”

                                     San Francisco Chronicle, October 11, 1975 - “Pinnacle of Abstraction”

                                     Art News, December, 1975 - “San Francisco Review”

San Francisco Chronicle, September, 9, 1976 - “Surveying the California Scene”

                                     Art News, February 9, 1979 - “Mood Without Melodrama”

San Francisco Chronicle, August 22, 1980 - “Less is more in an Abstract Realm”

San Francisco Chronicle, April 7, 1982 - “Magical Variations”

San Francisco Chronicle, April 17, 1983 - “Lines, Cubes, and the Root of the Abstract”

University of California Press, Berkeley, California, 1985 - “Art in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945 to

1980”

Alfred Frankenstein:      San Francisco Chronicle, February 12, 1972 - “Color Painting”

                                      San Francisco Chronicle, November 17, 1978 - “Serene and Mystic Art Works”

Henry J. Seldis:             Los Angeles Times, October 1, 1971 - “Art Walk”

William Wilson:              Los Angeles Times, October 24, 1974 - “Art Walk”

                                       Los Angeles Times, March 5, 1976 - “Art Walk”

Charles Johnson:           Sacramento Bee, June 28, 1975 - “Shasta Masters”

John Weeks:                   San Jose Mercury News, January 14, 1977 - “Patrick Humble-Richard Wilson”

Leonard Thiessen:          Sunday World Herald, November 8, 1970, Omaha, Nebraska - “Looking West, 1970”

Judith Rohrer:                 Art Week, December 2, 1978 - “Color and Space in Motion”

   Art Week, March 27, 1982 - Interactions of Color

Andrea Liss:                    Art Week, May 7, 1983- “Bay Area Geometric Abstraction”

Les Krantz:                      "American Artists / A Survey of Contemporary American Art", The Krantz Company, Chicago, IL -                                                     1985

                                        The California Art Review, The Krantz Company, Chicago, IL - 1989

Dorothy Burkhart:            San Jose Mercury News, August 9, 1985 - “Conviction Surmounts Colorists Apparent Hermiticism”                                                  San Jose Mercury News, June 1, 1990 - “Artist Link is Use of Color”

Cordell Koland:                The Business Journal, San Jose, California, September 2, 1985 - “California Colorists Exhibit Leaves                                              Reviewer Refreshed”    

Merle Schipper:                Art Week, December 7, 1985 - “Provocative Color”

Kristine McKenna:            Los Angeles Times, March 28, 1986 - “Contrast of Concept and Form”

Kenneth Baker:                 Art News, Summer, 1994 - “San Francisco Reviews”

                                          San Francisco Chronicle, June 30, 2001 - “Summer Trio at Triangle”

Shanna Nys Dambrot:       Lifescapes, September, 2006 - “Driven to Abstraction”

David Pagel:                      Los Angeles Times, September, 2006- “Simple, Diverse, and Powerful”

      Los Angeles Times, January, 2009- “Wilson Rises to the Occasion”

Art Whirled:                        Best Los Angeles Art Shows of 2009, January 2010

Peter Frank:                       Artillery Magazine, March/April, 2011 – “Richard Wilson – Louis Stern Fine Arts"

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Ball State University Museum of Art, Munice, Indiana

Downey Art Museum, Downey, California

Fort Steilicom College, Tacoma, Washington

Pomona College, Claremont, California

Redding Museum and Art Center, Redding, California

San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California

California State University, San Jose, San Jose, California

Shasta College, Redding, California

 

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, Chicago, Illinois

State National Bank, El Paso, Texas

Tennico Chemical Company, San Francisco, California

Gulf Oil Company, Houston, Texas

I.B.M. Corporation, Santa Theresa Laboratory, San Jose, California

Mobile Oil Company, San Francisco, California

I-Tel Corporation, San Francisco, California

Data Products Corporation, Santa Cruz, California

General Reinsurance Corporation, Greenwich Connecticut

The Nyhart Corporation, Indianapolis, Indiana

Mars and Co. Consulting, Transamerica Building, San Francisco, California

The Capital Group Companies, Incorporated, Los Angeles, California

Northrup Grumman, Century City, California

 

GUEST LECTURER:

Cabrillo College, Aptos, California - 1976

Redding Museum, Redding, California - 1978, 2000

California State University, Hayward, Hayward, California - 1984

University of the Pacific, Stockton, California - 1985 and 1986

College of Siskiyous, Weed, California - 1986

Diablo Valley College, Concord, California - 1990

Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, California - 1994

Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California - 2005

Shasta College, Redding, California - 2006

Turtle Bay Museum, Redding, California - 2009