KNOX GARVIN

PHOTOGRAPHY AND DESIGN

KNOX@KNOXGARVIN.COM

757.681.0025

 

EDUCATION

 

2007  Master Interdisciplinary Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia

 

1994  Bachelor of Arts, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

 

 

Solo Exhibitions and Commissions

 

2015 Hindsight, Perrell Art Gallery, Norfolk Academy, Norfolk, Virginia

 

2015 Ecodog, Community Public Art Installation, Colley Ave., Norfolk, Virginia

 

2015 Threads: A Collaborative Installation, Hermitage Museum and Gardens, Norfolk, Virginia (Executive Director, Jen Duncan; Chief Curator, Colin Brady)

 

2014 Citizen Artist Norfolk – Public Art Project, Interactive Social Sculpture, Norfolk Arts Festival, Norfolk, Virginia(Karen Rudd, PA Director, Norfolk)

 

2011 The Tide – Light Rail Windscreen, Public Art Project, Train Station,

 Norfolk, Virginia (Karen Rudd, PA Director, Norfolk)

 

2010 Hard Times, Old Dominion University Literary Festival,

 Norfolk, Virginia, Lead Graphic Design and Visual Campaign

 

2009 Writers in Peace and War, Old Dominion University Literary Festival, Norfolk, Virginia, Lead Graphic Design and Visual Campaign

 

2006 Intervals: A Public Art Installation, First Landing State Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia

 

2005  Longing and Loss, The Changing Landscape of Isle of Wight, Smithfield Cultural Arts Center, Smithfield, Virginia (Deborah Wyld, Curator)

 

2001  Las Cosas de Nos Vidas, El Museo de Bellas Artes, Salto, Uruguay

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

2015 DiJulio, Betsy. Ecodog Unleashed, Coastal Virginia Magazine, Nov.-Dec. 2015

 

2015 Annas, Teresa. Common Threads, The Virginian Pilot, February 8, The Thursday Break p. 1,6

 

2006 Annas, Teresa. Swamp Sculpture: Artist’s ‘Intervals’ Pays Tribute to Interconnections in Nature, The Virginian Pilot, November 18, B-1

 

2006 Baker, Leona. Swamp Thing and Other Adventures in Public Art. Portfolio Weekly, November 14, pp. 20-26, cover-story

 

2005 Staff Report. Norfolk artist’s work reflects a changing sense of place. The Virginian Pilot, April 5, E-5

 

2005 DiJulio, Betsy. A Look Back. Portfolio Weekly, April 12, p. 20

 

2005 McNatt, Linda. Changing rural landscape is focus of artist’s work. The Virginian Pilot, March 12, E-2

 

2005 Annas, Teresa. Longing and Loss. The Virginian Pilot, March 17, E-4

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

 

2013 New Waves, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, Virginia (Carla Hanzal, Juror, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Mint Museum)

 

2003 Bath County Juried Art Exhibit, County Gallery, Bath County, Virginia

 

1995-2008  Beyond the Chalkboard, Hermitage Museum, Norfolk, Virginia

 

1994 Seeing the Elephant, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, Virginia (Deborah McCloud, Curator)

 

1993 New Waves, Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Virginia Beach, Virginia (Nohra Haime, Juror)

 

1992 Stockley Gardens Art Festival, Stockley Gardens, Norfolk, Virginia

Grants, Awards and Honors

 

2015 Commission Jacket Photo – John McManus, Sarabande Books

2014 Commission Book Cover Photography, Reading Life: On Books, Memory, and Travel, Michael Pearson, Mercer University Press

 

2014 Commission Book Cover Design, The Latest Monument, Jay Paul, David Roberts Books

 

2014 Commission Book Cover Design, Headhunting and other Sports Poems, Phil Raisor, Turning Point Press

 

2012 Commission Book Cover Design, Swimming in the Shallow End, Phil Raisor, Turning

 Point Press

 

2006 Norfolk Foundation Education Grant, Special Honor Award

 

2007-2010 Old Dominion University, Literary Arts Festival Advisory Committee

 

2007-2008 Commission Jacket Photo – What the Thunder Said, Janet Peery, Picador Press

 

2008  Public Arts Committee, Coleman Place, Norfolk, Virginia

 

2006 Chrysler Museum Photographic Critique Workshop with Martha Grahm Dance Company

 

1997, 2005  Honorable Mention, Beyond the Chalkboard, Hermitage Museum, Norfolk, Virginia (Ann Vernon, Juror)

 

1999-2008 Arts Incentive Grants, Virginia Commission for the Arts

 

1999-2000 Arts Coordinator, Project smARTS, City of Norfolk Literacy Grant, developed and implemented $60,000 grant to improve literacy through collaboration with the arts

 

2000 Presentation of Project smARTS: National Art Education Association Conference, Washington D.C.

 

1995-2000 Presentations: Virginia Art Education Association Conference

 

1992 Futures Award, Stockley Gardens Art Festival, Stockley Gardens, Norfolk, Virginia

 

 

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