DAVID GILHOOLY, “Magellanic Dog,” 1988

$1,500

Monoprint, 29 3/4 x 22 1/4 inches

Signed, dated, and titled

Description

David Gilhooly (American 1943-2013)

Gilhooly was born in Auburn, California. He  graduated from the University of California, Davis with a BA in 1965 and an MA in 1967. Together with Robert Arneson, Peter Vandenberge, Chris Unterseher and Margaret Dodd, working together in TB-9 (temporary building 9) they were later to be called, “The Funk Ceramic Movement of the San Francisco Bay Area.”  David left TB-9 for one semester to become Manuel Neri’s assistant and started making things out of lumber, fur, neon lights and asbestos shingles.  In 1969, he took a teaching position at the University of Saskatchewan, in Regina, Canada, followed by seven years at York University, Toronto.

In 1982 Gilhooly started exploring Plexiglas as a printing surface, but still produced a multitude of ceramic pieces, and continued to explore. His works o paper were prolific from 1984 on….

Curriculum Vitae

Below is the C.V. that everyone has been asking for lately. Why? I don’t know. NOBODY ever looks at a C.V. and even less take the time to read it, yet you ask. So, if you absolutely must have my C.V., here it is. Read it carefully! I have mercifully abbreviated it for you. This represents two days’ worth of typing and formatting, not to mention the HTML and CSS unique to this page and this page alone. (I give and I give…) I even had to look stuff up in my files. Man, I felt like I was doing homework! You have permission to print out a copy especially if you’re a student writing a paper and you need the extra padding.

Teaching:

1990-91 Linfield College, McMinnville, OR

1979 California State University, Sacramento: Summer School

1978 California State University, Sacramento: Summer School

1975-76 University of California, Davis (1971, ’75, ’76 Summer School)

1971-75 York University, Ontario, Canada

1976-77 York University, Ontario, Canada

1969-71 University of Saskachewan, Regina, Canada

1967-69 San Jose State College, San Jose, CA

Very Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2005

Best in Show: Dog Works by David Gilhooly,

Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA

Food, Frogs and Fido: Works on Paper by David Gilhooly,

Cantor Art Center, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

2002 Eastern Washington State College, Cheney, WA

2001 Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

2000 Hallie Ford Museum, Willamette University, Salem, OR

1999 DeSaisset Museum, Santa Clara University, CA

1994 University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA

1992 San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

1990 Renshaw Gallery, Linfield College, McMinnville, OR

1985 Redding Museum of Art, Redding, CA

1980 St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO

1978 A Gilhooly Galaxy

York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

1977 ARCO Center for the Visual Arts, Los Angeles, CA

1976 Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

1973 Gifts from the Frog World

York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

1970

Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan,

Saskatchewan, Regina, Canada

1968 M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA

1967 San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, CA

1965 Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA

Very Selected Group Exhibitions:

2006

Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making,

Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, British Colombia, Canada

2005

Fired at Davis: Figurative Ceramic Sculpture,

Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making (traveling for 2 years),

London Museum, London, Ontario, Canada

Burlington Art Centre, Burlington, Ontario, Canada

MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

2000

The Lighter Side of Bay Area Figuration,

San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

1999

Regina Clay Contemporaries, MacKenzie Art Gallery,

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

1998

Do It, Boise State University Visual Arts Center, Boise, ID

The Art of Collaborative Printmaking, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV

A Fire for Ceramics: Contemporary Art from the Daniel Jacobs and

Derek Mason Collection, Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, VA

1997

Trashformations, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA (traveling)

1994

Elvis and Marilyn: 2X Immortal, Institute of Contemporary Art,

Boston, MA (traveling for three years)

1991 Keeper of the Kiln: 7 Contemporary Ceramic Artists, (traveling for three years)

1986 Art Ceramics: Then and Now, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ

1985 Art in the San Francisco Bay Area: 1945-1980,

Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA

1984 Return of the Narrative, Palm Springs Desert Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA

1982 West Coast Ceramics, Crafts Council Gallery, London England

1981 Ceramic Sculpture: Six Artists,

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

1978

A Century of Ceramics in the United States: 1878-1978,

Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY

West Coast Ceramics, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

1977 American Crafts, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

1976

Painting and Sculpture: The Modern Era, San Francisco

Museum of Art, San Francisco, CA

1973 Clay, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

1971 Joseph Monsen Collection, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, CA

1969 Whitney Sculpture Annual, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

1967 FUNK,

U.C. Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA

Selected Public Collections:

Australia National Council, Canberra, Australia

National Gallery, Ottawa, Canada

Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA

Palm Springs Desert Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

University of Arizona Art Collections, Tempe, AZ

Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Fine Art Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

University of California, Santa Barbara, CA

Little Rock Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL

Books:

Peterson, Susan. Working with Clay. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1999

Guangzhen, “Poslin” Zhou. American Ceramic Artist Today.

Beijing, People’s Republic of China: 1998

Elvis and Marilyn: 2X Immortal. Geri DePaoli, editor.

New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 1994

Braun, Barbara. Pre-Columbian Art in the Post-Columbian World.

New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1993

David Gilhooly. Davis, CA: John Natsoulas Press, 1992

Articles:

Kerry Morgan. “Beyond Frogs and Clay: Works on Paper by David Gilhooly”.

Stanford University Museum of Art Journal, (vols. XXVI-XXVII, 1996-1997, p. 57-62)

“After Arneson”, Scholastic Art, (February, 1997)

Park, Joo-hye. “Plexiglas, David Gilhooly’s New Source”. Nouvel Object,

(1997, p. 254-259)

Zhou, Poslin. “David Gilhooly and His Frog World”. Artist Magazine, (1997.2, p. 392-393)

Lee, Hoe-eon. “The Phenomenon of Modern Ceramics”. Novel Object, (1996, p. 261)

Rauchmann, Susanne “The World According to David Gilhooly”. 2029 Magazine,

(#10, 1995, p.60-62)

Catalogs:

San Jose, CA, San Jose Museum of Art. The Lighter Side of Bay Area Figuration, 2000

Reno, Nevada Museum of Art. The Art of Collaborative Printmaking:

Smith Andersen Editions, 1998

West Palm Beach, FL, Norton Museum of Art. The Animal as Muse, 1998

Richmond, VA, Hand Workshop Art Center. A Fire for Ceramics: Contemporary Art

from the Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason Collection, 1998

Santa Clara, CA, Triton Museum of Art. A Bay Area Connection:

Works from the Ande rson C olle ction, 1995

Bellingham, WA, Whatcom Museum of History and Art. Trashformations:

Recycled Materials in Contemporary American Art and Design, 1998

Web Sites:

http://www.davidgilhooly.com

http://www.art2u.com/artist/gilhooly.html (interview and images of more recent work)

http://www.artgods.com/gilhooly/ (images of Plexiglas work)

http://www.askart.com/artist/G/david_james_iii_gilhooly.asp (index of links)

http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/gilhooly_david.html (index of links)