Biography of Pat Fallon

Fallons arrived in Colombia in the 1820s about the same time that my Mother’s Byrne and Livaudais ancestors were settling in Louisiana. Both families were searching for a new beginning in a new world. I was born much later in Cartagena, Colombia where my father was stationed as a Captain in the Colombian Navy; his parents were then Colombian Consul General in the USA.

RESIDENCE/STUDIO: 3300 Kenmore Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44122

Born November 2, 1939, Cartagena, Colombia, South America, to Captain Carlos Fallon of Bogotá, Colombia, and the U.S.A., and Maureen Byrne Fallon Laird of New Orleans, LA. U.S.A.

U.S. Citizen, Certificate of Citizenship on file at the U.S. State Department

  • MFA Painting,

    Minor print, 1982, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

  • BFA Printmaking,

    Minor paint, 1980, the Cleveland Institute of Art, Ohio

  • BA Philosophy,

    Minor art, 1962 Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio

MORE WORDS ABOUT MY WORK 2021

My work has been called contemporary abstract realism, I call it magic realism because magic is about the appearance and disappearance of things. I do that whether working with landscapes and apples often referencing metaphors whether looking at landscapes through the distortion of mirrors or apples as a combination of subatomic particles. I am fascinated by the concept of a universe full of the movement of particles that we know exist because they have left traces in a cloud chamber when they have gonet. Next to that understanding, magic realism abstractly expressed in visual art seems tame. Essentially we are bioengineered Bots whose eyes transmit images to be mirrored by our synapses to relay and connect for conclusions to be made by the mind which is not located anywhere that we know. In short, we believe what we think we see. But what we think we see is not entirely what we are seeing. Our mind has filled in the gaps according to what it thinks belongs there. Knowing that has allowed me to add and subtract visions to what I think I see, ergo Magic Realism. Picasso played with these notions as a Surrealist. Examples of magic realism in literature are Cervantes’ Don Quixote and Gabriel Marquesz Garcia’s Solidad, both works are informative and enjoyable in their execution, I hope you experience my work in the same way.

MOTTO: The Only Good Artist Is A Dead Artist.

The only good artist is a dead artist because they are the artists whose work is 'limited' assessed, and judged in relation to current times, and usually in terms of temporizing styles and specious values. Work that is 'important' today--work that is of historical value or on 'the cutting edge' stmay not be preserved, or even thought about in the future. Historians, like museum curators and art critics, are selective about what is preservedsr.

The criteria are specific:
  1. First you have to be dead [dead people have a limited body of work].
  2. Dead artists provide opportunities for live people to re-invent their lives, and interpret their motives and work, without penalty.

My advice is to just keep working because if you are worried about whether your work is great art, or any kind of art at all, you are wasting time. You have to be dead a long time before society figures out what may be your worth to the world. And besides, who knows whether today's art will be tomorrow's 'important work' or yesterday's kitsch.

The mechanics of human vision entail belief because we only see partial images that our minds construct as a whole filling in the unknown parts with what appears logical. Imagine, what we think we see is not entirely what we are seeing. Knowing that has encouraged me to play with the content of my work and allows me to add and subtract visions to what I see, ergo Magic Realism. Picasso played with these notions as a Surrealist. Examples of magic realism in literature are Cervantes’ Don Quixote and Gabriel Marquesz Garcia’s Solidad, both works are informative and enjoyable in their execution, I hope you experience my work in the same way.

CURRICULUM VITAE

  1. SPRING 2016
    AR107 Drawing I
    AR108 Painting 1
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    AR302 Relief Printmaking
    Independent Student Advance Drawing
    Independent Student Special Projects Painting
    Faculty Assembly Committee: Merit and Awards
    RETIRED JUNE 15, 2016

  2. FALL 2015
    AR107 Drawing 1
    AR106 Painting 1
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    Independent Student: AR219
    2 students Catalogue Courses taken Independently: AR231
    Independent Student AR454 Contemporary Printmaking Faculty Committee: Ad Hoc faculty needs for retention and recruitment
    Faculty Assembly Library Committee
    College Council: Administrative Committee

  3. SPRING 2015
    Ar107 drawing 1
    AR108 Painting 1
    AR231 Advanced Painting Catalogue Course Independent studies
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    AR301 Relief Printmaking
    AR302 Intaglio Printmaking
    AR588 Graduate studies special projects: viscosity printmaking.
    Ad Hoc Committee to study faculty needs for retention and recruitment.
    College Council

  4. FALL 2014
    AR107 Drawing 1
    AR108 Painting 1
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    AR301 Relief Printmaking
    Ar460 Art and Advocacy
    AR588 Graduate studies in Intaglio Printmaking
    College Council

  5. SPRING 2014
    AR107 Drawing 1
    AR108 Painting 1
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    3 independent Students Advance Painting
    US 401 Culminating Seminar Theories Critics and Issues in the Fine Arts
    Faculty Assembly Committee Academic Appeals
    Faculty Assembly Committee Program Review Committee
    Faculty Assembly Committee Rank and Tenure

  6. FALL 2013
    AR107 Drawing 2
    AR108 Painting 1
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    AR460 Art and Advocacy
    Faculty Assembly Library Committee
    Faculty Assembly Committee Academic Appeals

  7. SPRING 2013
    AR107 Drawing I
    AR254 Modern Art [art history]
    US401[4] Ursuline Studies Core Culminating Seminar
    Program Review Committee
    Ursuline Studies Core Stage III, and Core planning committee,
    Rank and Tenure Committee
    Awarded a grant of $875 to produce another movie for Angel and Dept. Web Page, this one on THE CHEMISTRY OF PAINT
    One of 7 judges representing 3 states for the final judging of the Ohio Governor's Awards Exhibition.

  8. FALL 2012
    AR107 Drawing 1
    AR108 Painting 1
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    Faculty Assembly: Rank and Tenure Committee
    Faculty Assembly: Program Review Committee
    Faculty Assembly: Grievance Committee
    In Production for: The Chemistry of Paint

  9. SPRING 2012
    AR107 Drawing 1
    AR 108 Painting 1
    AR 203 Introduction to Printmaking
    Faculty Assembly: Rank and Tenure Committee
    Faculty Assembly: Program Review Committee
    Faculty Assembly: Grievance Committee
    Faculty Assembly Benefits Committee & Faculty Representative to College Board Committee
    Faculty Assembly & 'Administrative Safety Committee'

  10. FALL 2011
    AR108 Painting I
    AR203 Intro to Printmaking, parent class forAR301 relief printmaking, AR301 Intaglio Printmaking,
    AR404 Special Studies in Printmaking, AR405 Contemporary Printmaking
    AR231 Painting II Parent Class for AR315, Portrait II, AR332 Advance Painting
    Rank and Tenure Committee
    Program Review Committee
    Grievance Committee
    Ad Hoc Committee on evaluations by students of faculty

  11. FALL 2010
    AR108 Painting I
    AR203 Intro to Printmaking, parent class forAR301 relief printmaking, AR301 Intaglio Printmaking,
    AR404 Special Studies in Printmaking, AR405 Contemporary Printmaking
    AR231 Painting II Parent Class for AR315, Portrait II,
    AR332 Advance Painting, 403 Special Studies in Painting
    AR460 independent 'art and advocacy' [1 student]
    Faculty Assembly & 'Administrative Safety Committee'
    Faculty Assembly Benefits Committee,
    Chair and Faculty Representative to Board Benefits Committee.
    Faculty Assembly Rank and Tenure Committee
    Ad Hoc Committee on evaluations by students of faculty
    Selected to be a first round judge in the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio for their annual award of excellence in the visual arts.
    Selected to present, at a conference on social justice at Kent University, Ashtabula, on Advocacy in the Visual Arts and also to exhibit a body of work, one of which had been chosen for the conference program cover.
    Juried from a select group of 200 art alumni to be one of 36 alumni exhibiting from August through October at the centennial celebration of Kent State University, Kent, Ohio.
    2nd mini-grant award ($900.) Sept. for editing summer film work during the academic year.

  12. SPRING 2009
    AR107 Drawing I,
    Foundation Course.
    AR219, 320, 429, 231, 332, 403 advanced drawing and advanced painting courses combined.
    US401 Theories, Critics, and Issues in the Arts, Core Culminating Seminar
    Ursuline Studies Committee
    Ad Hoc Ursuline Studies Arts & Science Committee on writing across the curriculum
    Safety Committee
    Chair of the Art Department

  13. FALL 2008
    AR203, 301, 302, 403 Foundation Printmaking and all advanced levels
    AR231, 332, 219, 320 combined Advanced Drawing and Painting levels
    AR107, Foundation Course, Drawing I
    Ursuline Studies Committee
    Safety Committee
    Chair of the Art Department

  14. SPRING 2008
    AR107 Foundation Course, Drawing I
    AR460 Senior Art Majors only course, Art & Advocacy
    AR231,219, 332, 403, Combined upper level Drawing and Painting Courses
    Ursuline Studies Committee
    Ad Hoc Faculty Committee on study and selection of campus wide digital system change
    3 Independent Students,
    One Internship supervised
    Attended, with one other faculty and 4 administrator,
    The COLLABORATION TEHNOLOGY AND ENGAGING THE CAMPUS,
    A day long symposium at Case Western Reserve University May 8.

  15. FALL 2007
    AR 107 Foundation Course, Drawing I
    AR219, 231, 429, Combined upper level Drawing and Painting Courses
    AR 203, 301, 403 Foundation Printmaking, and Advanced relief & intaglio
    Ursuline Studies Committee
    Attended the "Thrive in the Online Classroom" webinar, 18 Jan 07
    2 Independent Students
    1 Internship Supervised

  16. SPRING 2007
    AR107 Drawing I (Ursuline Studies Core and Foundation Course
    AR460 Art and Advocacy (Senior Seminar Requirement)
    AR231 Painting II
    AR332 Advanced Painting
    AR403 Special Studies Painting (all the 200-400 ptg. courses taught at same time and place.
    Safety Committee (permanent representative of the Art Dept. and Faculty Assembly)
    Member Faculty Ad Hoc Committee on Colleagueship.
    Wasmer Gallery Panel Review

  17. FALL 2006
    AR108, second section, Painting I (Ursuline Studies and Foundation Course)
    AR107, Drawing I (Ursuline Studies and Foundation Course)
    AR203, Introduction to Printmaking
    ÅR301 Relief Printmaking, taught within preceding class
    ÅR302 Intaglio Printmaking, taught within preceding class
    AR231 Painting I, Two Independent Students.
    Since it was chemistry of paint, I taught it regularly as a formal class.
    AR232 Advanced Painting, independent student, tagged in with class above
    AR429 Special Studies in Drawing, Senior Independent Student
    Member Faculty AD Hoc Colleagueship Committee
    Member College Safety Committee
    Wrote and had accepted a new course The Figure: Tradition, in Time and in Motion
    Wrote the new College Catalogue Art Dept. pages that include the two degreers: BA and BFA along with new course descriptions and model programs
    BFA Director.

  18. SPRING 2006
    AR108, second section, Painting I (US and Foundation Course)
    AR107, Drawing 1 (US and Foundation Course)
    AR203, Introduction to Printmaking
    AR 301 Relief Printmaking
    AR231 Painting II, 3 independent students that met me as a class since the course involved the chemistry of paint.
    AdHoc Committee on Colleagueship
    Safety Committee
    Wasmer Gallery Review Panel
    Working on Course Descriptions per Ohio Regents' request.
    BFA Director

  19. FALL 2005
    AR107 Drawing I
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    AR231 4 independent students taking this as a Catalog Course. Since it was about chemistry of paint, I taught it as a regular class although I was recognized as having 4 independent students.
    US401, Culminating Seminar on Theories, Critics and Issues in the fine arts.
    Safety Committee
    Wasmer Gallery Review Committee
    Presenting BFA proposal to Curriculum Com. & obtained acceptance.

  20. SPRING 2005
    AR203 Introduction to Printmaking
    AR302 Intaglio Printmaking.
    AR107, Introduction to Drawing, Foundation Course, and Ursuline Studies Academic Core.
    4 Independent Painting II students (Chemistry of Paint) (met) on Tuesdays during the semester.
    Release course to write Ohio Regents Proposal
    Curriculum Committee
    Wasmer Gallery Review Committee
    Ursuline Studies Faculty Member teaching: US401, culminating seminar in Theories, Critics & Issues in Art

  21. FALL 2004
    AR107 (3) Drawing 1,
    US401(3) Culminating Core Seminar: Theories, Critics, and Issues in the Fine Arts.
    Course release time: to write degree proposal for Ohio Board of Regents.
    Curriculum Committee: representing the academic core, Ursuline Studies.
    Ursuline Studies Faculty Member teaching: Board US401, culminating seminar in Theories,
    Critics & Issues in Art
    Wasmer Gallery Proposal Review

  22. SUMMER 2004
    AR203 (3), 301(3), 302(3), 404(3) Intro. to Printmaking, Printmaking I, and II and Special
    Studies Printmaking.
    US401, Culminating Seminar on Theories, Critics and Issues in Art.

  23. SPRING 2004
    AR107 (3) introduction to Drawing
    AR231 (3), 332(3), 403(3), Painting II, Advanced Ptg., and Special Studies Ptg.
    Member Committee Planning Program for Bright Futures YWCA. Ursuline College rep.
    Judge for an essay contest sponsored by the Lebanese Women's Junior League for young people.
    Faculty Rep. to the Academic Advisory Committee of the Ursuline College Board.
    Member Wasmer Gallery Council, and Review Board.
    BFA Degree writer and Coordinator

  24. FALL 2003
    Release course for work on new proposed degree (BFA)
    US401 (3) Theory Critics and Issues
    AR107 (3 &4) Introduction to Drawing
    Two Independent Students, one in Portraiture, and the other in Printmaking. (3,4,)
    One internship, AR107 (4)
    Member Wasmer Gallery Review Board (and Council)
    Faculty Representative to the Academic Advisory Committee of the College Board.
    Member of the Committee Planning Program, Bright Futures (YWCA) representing Ursuline College.
    BFA Degree writer and coordinator

  25. SUMMER 2003
    AR203 (3), 301(3), 302(3), 404(3). Intro. Printmaking, Printmaking I & II & Spec. Studies
    in Printmaking.

  26. SPRING 2003
    AR107 (3) Drawing I
    AR288 (488)(3) Portraiture
    Release Time for BFA degree
    Member Wasmer Gallery Review Board
    Selected as representative to the Academic Advisory Committee of the Ursuline College Board
    Member of Rhodes/Lily on going discussion, reading/writing grant group
    Member of yearlong reading group on racial diversity
    Hosted and planned Faculty Workshop for new program beginning Fall 2003 (Faculty professional
    development grant written and awarded for workshop above ($1200).
    BFA Degree writer and coordinator

  27. FALL 2002
    AR203 (3), 302(3), 302(3), 4049#), Intro. to Printmaking, Printmaking 1 & II and Spec.
    Studies Printmkg.
    AR231 (3)-332(3)-429(3), Intermediate, advanced, special studies painting.
    Will teach a course for summer 2003
    Director BFA proposals
    Member of Rhodes/Lily on going discussion, reading/writing grant group
    Member of yearlong reading group on racial diversity
    Safety Committee
    Strategic Planning Committee (Chaired by College President)
    Wasmer Gallery Review Panel
    Faculty Member of the Academic Advisory Committee to The Board, Ursuline College.
    BFA Degree writer and coordinator

  28. SUMMER 2002
    US401 (3) Ursuline Studies Academic Core Culminating Seminar, Theories, Critics & Issues in Fine Arts

  29. SPRING 2002
    AR107 (3) Introduction to Drawing
    AR231 (3), 332(3), 404(3), Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies Painting
    Will teach a course Summer 2002..
    Chair Rank and Tenure Committee
    Member Ursuline Studies Committee
    Member of the Wasmer Gallery Review Board
    Member of the Safety Committee
    Director of the BFA proposals plan
    Member of Strategic Planning Committee (chaired by College President)

  30. FALL 2001
    AR231, 332, Intermediate and Advanced Painting
    AR203, 301,302, Intro, Printmaking, Printmaking 1&2
    AR107, Intro to Drawing
    Director of BFA proposals plan
    Chair of the Rank and Tenure Committee
    Member of the Ursuline Studies Committee
    Member of the Wasmer Gallery Review Board
    Member of the Safety Committee
    Member of the Strategic Planning Committee (chaired by College President).
    Guest Speaker with slide presentations, 350 class, Greece
    BFA Degree researcher, writer and coordinator

  31. SUMMER 2001
    AR288B The Portrait, a 6 week intensive (semester) course in portraiture, not media specific
    and focusing on new technologies.

  32. SPRING 2001
    AR231, 332,403 Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies Painting.
    AR203, 301,302,429 Introduction to Printmaking, Printmkg I, II, Spec. Studies.
    Ursuline Studies Committee Member
    Rank and Tenure Committee Member
    Safety Committee Vice-President
    AD HOC President's Committee on Strategic Planning
    Member of group participating in Lily and Rhodes Foundations on Catholic Identity
    for the academic in a Catholic Institution (paper presented).
    Art Dept. Chair (3 FT, 10 ADJUNCTS, 3 work-study)
    BFA Degree research, writer and coodinator

  33. FALL 2000
    AR107 Drawing
    AR203, 301,302,429 Printmaking
    AR231, 332,403 Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies Painting
    Ursuline Studies Committee
    Rank and Tenure Committee
    Safety Committee (Vice-President)
    TLTR Teaching, Learning, Technology Roundtable, Ursuline College
    Education Committee Jewish Ritual Art Exhibition, Cleveland University.
    Member of group participating in Lily and Rhodes Foundation on Catholic Identity for the Academic in a Catholic Institution (paper presented)
    Art Dept. Chair (3FT, 10 ADJUNCTS, 3workstudy)
    AD HOC com. On Space Needs Committee for new building. Rep. Art. Dept. & Faculty.
    BFA Degree Researcher and Program Coordinator re: alumni & Art Department)

  34. SUMMER 2000 I
    AR203, 301,302,429 Printmaking

  35. SPRING 2000
    AR231, 232,403 Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies Painting
    AR219, 320,429, Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies in Drawing
    Independent Studies Student, painting
    Safety Committee VP
    Promoted to Professor
    Teagle Rep. For Grant with Notre Dame Graphic Design Program
    Curriculum Committee
    Art Department Chair (3FT, 8Adjuncts, 3workstudy)

  36. FALL 1999
    AR 203,301,302,404 printmaking
    AR219, 320,429, Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies in Drawing
    AR107 Drawing 1 (US)
    Safety Committee
    Curriculum Committee
    Appeals Board
    TLTR member (Teaching, Learning,Technology Roundtable)
    Art Department Chair (3FT, 9adjuncts, 2workstudy)
    Teagle Representative for the Art Dept. on special grant to work with our department peers at Notre Dame College.
    Ursuline College Representative, member of the Spirituality Committee, education committee,
    The Jewish Ritual Art Exhibition directed by Dr. John Hunter, Cleveland State University.
    Guest Speaker Ursuline College Peace and Justices Classes, Homeless, fall.
    Prepared and mailed an alumni letter requesting information of their interest in a BFA degree.

  37. SUMMER I 1999
    AR 203, 301, 302, 404 Printmaking
    Independent student Intermediate Painting AR231 (Graduate Art Therapy)

  38. SPRING 1999
    AR 108 Introduction to Painting (USP Stage II)
    AR 231, 232, 403 Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies in Painting
    Academic Appeals Committee (faculty representative)
    Safety Committee
    two Catalog Courses taken Independently Students
    one Independent Study Student
    one Intern (placed at SPACES gallery)
    Chair of the Art Department (2FT,9 adjuncts, 2 workstudy)
    Represented Ursuline College on the consortium dealing with the education and planning of the Jewish
    Ritual Art Exhibit under the auspices of Cleveland State Univ.
    Attended the Ameritech Workshop at John Carroll Univ. regarding faculty learning teleconferencing
    for educational uses. June 19/20.
    TLTR Member (Teaching, Learning, Technology Roundtable)

  39. FALL 1998
    AR107 Introduction to Drawing, (Ursuline Studies Satellite Course)
    AR231, 232, 403 Intermediate, Advanced and Special Studies Painting
    AR108 Introduction to Painting (US/Å´)
    Two Independent Study Students
    Curriculum Committee
    Appeals Board
    Chair of Art Department (1 FT, 1PT, 8 adjuncts, 2 work-study)
    Space Needs Committee (Ad Hoc Com., at the request UC President)
    Safety Committee
    Represented the College on The Education and Program Planning Committee of the Jewish Ritual Art
    Exhibition Project (a consortium including Cleveland State University , John Carroll University,
    Western Reserve Museum, Case Western Reserve University, The Cleveland Museum of Art and many others,
    to open at CSU Fall of 2000.
    TLTR(Teaching, Learning, Technology Research) Conference, Col. Ohio, Facilitator From Ursuline
    8 reps. To The Cleveland. Inst. of Art.

  40. SPRING 1998
    AR108 Introduction to Painting, Ursuline Studies Program Satellite Course
    AR107 Drawing I (US/AE)
    AR203,301,404 Intro. Printmaking, Printmaking I, and Special Studies in Print
    Two Independent Students
    One Intern Student
    Curriculum Committee
    Appeals Board
    Head of the Art Department (1 FT, 1PT, 8 adjuncts, 2 workstudy)
    Safety Committee

  41. FALL 1997
    AR 107 Introduction to Drawing, Ursuline Studies Program Satellite
    AR 219, 320, 429, 231, 232, 403 Advanced Drawing and Painting (5 hours on Sat.)
    AR 203, 301, 302, 401 Printmaking
    Two Independent Study Students.
    Two Catalogue Courses Taken Independently
    Academic Appeals Committee (Faculty Representative)
    SPRING 1997 and FALL 1996 on sabbatical

  42. SPRING 1996
    SPRING 1997 and FALL 1996 on sabbatical
    AR 108, Introduction to Painting, Ursuline Studies Program Satellite
    AR 103, Art Experience, Ursuline Studies Program Satellite
    AR 219, Intermediate Drawing
    Two Catalogue Courses Taken Independently students in painting and one Independent Student in Drawing
    Coordinated and installed, with students, The Annual Ursuline College Student Art Exhibit at TRI-C EAST
    Tenured
    Awarded a Sabbatical for the academic year 1996-1997
    Member of Ursuline Studies Committee and Wellness Committee
    Member of special committee to devise and present wording to the faculty
    regarding student participation and privacy.

  43. FALL 1995
    AR 209, 301, 302 Printmaking
    AR 219, 320 Intermediate and Advanced Drawing
    AR 108 Introduction to Painting
    Spirituality Committee 150th Anniversary Ursuline College.
    TRI-C EAST Student Exhibition.
    Wasmer Gallery Faculty Exhibition
    Presentation and Paper FATE Conference St. Louis, MO
    Attended and received certificate for two Ursuline Studies Program on computer workshops.
    PROMOTED TO ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

  44. SPRING 1995
    AR 107 Introduction to Drawing, Ursuline Studies Program Satellite
    AR 231, 332 Intermediate and Advanced Painting.
    AR 203, 403 Beginning and Special Studies in Printmaking
    Two Independent Students in Special Studies in Painting

  45. FALL 1994
    AR 108 Introduction to Painting (USP/Stage II satellite)
    AR 319 Drawing I
    AR 332 Painting II
    AR 301/302 Printmaking I & II
    AR 461 (one student) Independent Studies: painting
    Continued work on orders, signage and manual for Safety.
    Attended Collaborative Learning Workshop Feb 4 and May 24.
    Management and Installation of Student Exhibit at TRI-C: EAST.

  46. SPRING 1994
    AR 319 Drawing I (Intermediate Drawing)
    AR 332 Painting
    II (Advanced Painting)
    AR 301/302 Printmaking I and II
    AR 108 Introduction to Painting (Ursuline Studies Program Stage II Satellite Course).
    Two Catalog Courses taken independently (301/302)
    Managed and Installation of Student Show at TRI-C EAST.
    Attended College Arts Council Conference Chicago
    Appointed to the FACULTY WORK LOAD TASK FORCE (92/93) Spring & Summer).
    Merit Stipend ($750.) from the Office of Academic Affairs to research and provide a first draft of an Art Safety Studio Manual for the Art Dept. and College.

  47. FALL 1993
    AR 319/20 Drawing I and II
    AR 331 Painting I (Intermediate Painting)
    AR 301/302 Printmaking I and II
    AR 107 Introduction to Drawing (Ursuline Studies Program Stage II Satellite Course)
    AR 461 Theories, Critics and Issues (team taught)
    AR 288 (one student) Special Studies: painting
    Wasmer Gallery Art Review Panel, September 17.

  48. SPRING 1993
    AR 108 Introduction to Painting (Ursuline Studies Program Stage II Satellite Course).
    AR 331/332 Painting I and Painting II
    AR 107 Introduction to Drawing
    AR 319 Drawing and Composition I
    AR 301-302 (Two students) Catalog Courses Taken Independently.
    AR 461 (one student) Advance Problems in Painting
    Management and Installation of Student Exhibit at TRI-C: East
    Appointed to Committee for Academic Governance, CACG, 1992-93.
    Attended USP short seminar period on Level III, with honoraria (June)

  49. FALL 1992
    AR 301/302 Printmaking I and II
    AR 331/332 Painting I and II
    AR 107 Introduction to Drawing (Ursuline Studies Program Stage II Satellite Course).
    AR 114 Introduction to Graphics: Fine and Commercial
    AR 461 (one student) independent drawing/painting

  50. SUMMER 1992
    AR 488: Portraiture

  51. SPRING 1992
    AR 107 Introduction to Drawing
    AR 108 Introduction to Painting
    AR 301 Printmaking
    AR 331/332 Painting I and II & AR219/320 intermediate and advanced drawing
    One student: 288 advanced problems in Painting
    One student: 288 advanced problems in Painting
    One student: 488 advanced problems in Printmaking
    Attended College Arts Council Conference, Washington, D.C.
    Managed and Installed Student Show at Cuyahoga Community College.
    Major exhibition, with Sr. Diane Pinchot, in Wasmer Gallery culminating two years work following two months research in Spain.
    Attended Ursuline Studies seminar, Level II, with honoraria.
    Submitted two courses for Ursuline Studies Program, Level II (Introduction to Drawing and Introduction to Painting).

  52. FALL 1991
    AR 107 Introduction to Drawing
    AR 301 Printmaking
    AR 331/332 Painting II and I
    AR 422 Art History Survey
    one student: 288 - Advanced problems in painting.
    Working with Department Head (Pinchot) and adjuncts, continued curriculum revision and put a foundations program in place as one of three departments selected for strategic planning and funding.

  53. SPRING 1991
    AR 301 Printmaking
    AR 441/442 Senior Seminar
    Attended Ursuline Studies 2-week seminar, Level I, with Honoraria, May.
    Attended F.A.T.E. Conference Philadelphia, PA (Foundations in Art Theory and Education) May.
    Management and Installation of Student Show at TRI-C
    Refused to cycle courses in the absence of other full-time department members but was able to work with adjuncts in preparing a curriculum revision for foundation studies by surveying other similar schools.

  54. FALL 1990
    Faculty contract included Administration of Wasmer Gallery and administration of Art Department,
    Training of new adjuncts, ordering supplies, submitting future budgets, maintaining a cost-effective analysis of Department needs and providing documents for North Central Division Study.
    Ranked: Ass't Professor. Department Crisis, no FT usual teachers (Pinchot on Sabbatical) I stepped in to assist. I was Gallery Director and adjunct art-history, and studio (with MFA)
    AR 441/442 Senior Seminar of Art Majors
    AR 423 Art History Survey (adjunct)
    Instituted an annual show of our art students at TR-C: EAST. Feb-March.

  55. SPRING 1989
    AR 301/302 Printmaking I and II
    AR 319: Drawing and Composition I and Advanced Drawing and Composition II
    AR 108 Introduction to Painting
    AR 114 Introduction to Graphics: Fine and Commercial

  56. SUMMER
    AR 331/332 Painting I and Painting II (adjunct Prof.)
    1983-1988 WASMER GALLERY DIRECTORS, URSULINE COLLEGE, AND ADJUNCT PROFESSOR
    ART HISTORY (all survey courses).
    I took the two semester survey courses and revised the program so that they became four semesters
    Of survey of art comparable to national art history surveys.
    History: Caves to Cathedrals (30,000BC-1200AD)
    Gothic and Renaissance (1200-1600
    Baroque to Revolution (1600-1850)
    Realism to Post Modern (1850-2000)

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