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Charleen Verena Kavleski

Kavleski, CharleenOccupation: Conceptual Artist; Sculptor
Born: Ellenville, New York, November 19, 1942

Education:
Complete Graduate Coursework in Fine Arts, New Paltz, SUNY (1965-1972)
BS, New Paltz, SUNY (1967)
Coursework, Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University (1964)
AAS, Orange County Community College, SUNY (1964)
AA, Orange County Community College, SUNY (1963)

Career:
Antiques and Art Dealer, Brockmann’s Antique Center, Milford, NY (1983-2009)
Art Advisor, Editor, Literary and Art Magazine, Robert J. Kaiser Middle School, Monticello Central School District, NY (1989-1999)
Art Teacher, Monticello Central School District, New York (1968-1999)

Career Related:
Member, Amos Eno Gallery (1984-Present); Albatross Antiques and Art Dealer, South Fallsburg, NY (2009-Present); Board Member, Amos Eno Gallery (2014-2016); Treasurer, Amos Eno Gallery (1991-1994); Board member, Amos Eno Gallery (2015-Present);

Creative Works:
Artist, Exhibition, Albany Center Gallery (2022-2023); Artist, 133rd Annual National Exhibition, National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (2022); Artist, Exhibition, Bushwick Open Studios, Amos Eno Gallery, NY (2022); Exhibit, Albany Center Galleries (2020-2021); Exhibit, Amos Eno Galleries, Brooklyn, NY (2020-2021); Exhibit, Group Show, National Association of Women Arists, New York, NY (2020-2021); Exhibit, Catskill Art Society, Livingston Manor, NY (2019); Exhibit, 195 Chrystie Street (104 South Gallery), NY, NY 10002, Annual National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (2018); Annual National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (2018); Member Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, NY (2018); Exhibit, 128th Annual Member Exhibit, Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, National Association of Woman Arts, Inc., New York, NY (2017); Exhibit, “The Summer Member Show,” Catskill Art Society, Livingston Manor, NY (2017); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2016); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2014); Exhibition, Shops at the Loom (2014); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2012); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2010); Exhibit, 139th Annual National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (2010); Exhibition, Albany Center Gallery (2008-2012); Exhibition, Catskill Artists Gallery, Liberty, NY (2007-2011); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2007); Exhibition, Plotkin Gallery, Dobbs Ferry, NY (2006); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2005); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2003); Exhibition, Beck Gallery, Hurleyville, NY (2003); Exhibit, Sullivan County Museum & Cultural Center (Now Sullivan County Historical Society), Hurleyville, NY (2003); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (2001); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (1997-1999); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (1994); Annual Exhibitions, National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (1992-2016); Touring Exhibition, Millennium Collection, National Association of Women Artists, Inc., NY (1992-2005); Exhibition, Measure for Measure, The New York Academy of Sciences (1992); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (1990-1991); Mohawk-Hudson Regional Exhibition, Schenectady Museum Association, NY (1989); Exhibition, Three Rivers Art Festival, Pittsburgh, PA (1989); 51st Annual Exhibition, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH (1987); Solo Exhibition, Amos Eno Gallery, New York, NY (1986-1987); Exhibition, Three Rivers Art Festival, Pittsburgh, PA (1986-1987); Solo Exhibition, The Haggin Museum, Stockton, CA (1985); Solo Exhibition, West Broadway Gallery, New York, NY (1982-1983); Exhibition, Shimizu America Corporation, Durham, NC

Achievements:
Commissioned by Christopher Coleman Interior Design to Create an Installation of Painted Constructions (2013); Featured in Bau Gallery, Beacon Arts Community Association (2011); Featured in Sullivan County Democrat (2007); Featured in Sullivan County Democrat (2005); Featured in Sullivan County Democrat (2003); Featured in Sullivan County Democrat (2001); Featured in the Times Herald Record (1997); Featured in Temple Emanuel of Great Neck (1997); Featured in Great Neck Record (1997); Featured in Sullivan County Democratic (1997); Commissioned by Dr. Goddard Lainjo to Create an Installation of Painted Constructions, Middletown, NY (1995); Commissioned by Dr. Gustav Gavis to Create an Installation of Painted Constructions, Monticello, NY (1994); Featured in Les Krantz’s”The New York Art Review,” America References (1988); Works at Crosscurrents, Franklin Square Gallery in Southport, NC, Shimizu America Corporation, Durham, NC, The National Association of Women Artists, Inc. in New York and a Number of Private Individual Collections

Awards:
Honored by Brenda Sywalski, who won the Art Teacher of the Year, Regent Seven, New York State Art Teacher’s Association (2020); Recipient, Eve Helman Memorial Award for Works on Paper, National Association of Women Artists Award (2018); Recipient, Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award (2017); Recipient, Elizabeth Horman Memorial Award for Digital Art, 125th National Association of Women Artists Exhibition (2014); Honoree, Catalog, National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (2013-2014); Featured, Catskill Artists Gallery, Liberty, NY (2011); Recipient, Clara Shainess Memorial Award, 107th Annual Exhibition (NAWA) (1996); Recipient, Miriam E. Halpern Memorial Award, 105th Annual Exhibition, National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA)(1994); Honoree, First Place, Installation, Nepenthe Mundi Emerald City Classic (1987); Honoree, ArtQuest Museum Tour Video Exhibition, Los Angeles, CA (1985); Inductee, Mondak Art Society, Sidney, MT (1984); Honoree, Museum Tour Video Exhibition, Los Angeles, CA; Featured, 125th National Association of Women Artists Exhibition; Featured, News Video, Time Warner, New York

Memberships:
National Association of Women Artists, Inc.; New York State Art Teachers Association; New York Retired Teachers Association (Now NYSRTA); Catskill Art Society; National Museum of Women in the Arts; Albany Center Gallery; The Museum of Modern Art; Whitney Museum of American Art; Guggenheim Museum (Now The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation); Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art; Amos Eno Gallery

Biography Sources:
Who’s Who in America – 2018, 71st Edition (pub. 2018)
Who’s Who in American Art, 23rd Edition
Who’s Who in American Art, 24th Edition
Who’s Who in American Art, 25th Edition
Who’s Who in American Art, 26th Edition
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