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 David H. Gibson  (1939 - )

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Artist’s Statement

"The work explores the ephemeral nature of moments in time. The basic elements of light, water, mist, smoke and fire are combined to create mysterious landscapes. These form uncertain and perhaps uncomfortable places that in a sense mirror our world of conflicts, stress, and upheaval. Throughout these photographs figurative elements excite discovery and speculation. Undetermined depths and vistas invite investigation. The work is grounded on the present moment and the excitement, uncertainty and beauty of the unexpected. Ephemeral Moments as a series evolved out of observations and experiences encountered in my landscape photography. Waterfall details photographed revealed the dynamics of the effect of changing light and water pattern variations. Photographing early morning mists shrouded then revealed space between trees and water. Minutes later an entirely new space emerges redefined. It is important to be still in the land so quiet events are recognized. The rising sun in a mist covered lake provided the unexpected discovery of the sun burning through the mist and then reflected in the water framed by water plants.

Throughout my experiences in the land the unpredictable was the constant. These events encounters formed the foundation for the Ephemeral Moment series. During early part of my career I was a theatrical lighting and set designer. The early lighting work was for theater and experimental dance. Sets were created as sculpture for the interaction of the dancers and actors. These experiences had a huge influence on my landscape photographs. Light shapes and reveals form. The infinite qualities of light impacts our emotional response to a place or situation. The mysterious grips our heart by what is not revealed. The unexpected is created by unlikely combinations of the familiar. Gesture is illuminated and defied by the magic of light. Being quiet allows the poetry to be felt, observed and understood. Ephemeral Moments utilizes these discoveries to create photographic landscapes of the mind."

About the Artist & The Work

 David Gibson (American, Born 1939) is a photographer living in Dallas, Texas. His photographic training is self directed and through workshop participation. His workshops were guided by Ansel Adams, Bruce Barnbaum, Paul Caponigro, Jay Dusard, Bill Elsey, Michael Kenna and John Sexton, under the auspices of Allen Street Gallery, Friends of Photography, Owens Valley Photographic Workshops and Western Photographic Workshops.

David has been involved in creating three dimensional environments throughout his professional career. After acquiring a masters degree in theater design and lighting at Trinity University, he first became a Resident Artist at the Dallas Theater Center, then Technical Director. Later he joined Peter Wolf Associates, Inc. to apply his theater training in professional theater, exhibits and commercial interiors. In 1976, David formed a company specialized in providing trade show exhibits, special marketing centers for real estate and museum exhibits. His company grew to be a major supplier of exhibits and specialized scale models.

Locally, David designed the successful “Ramses the Great” exhibit for the Museum of Natural History and the “Catherine the Great” exhibit for the Dallas Historical Society. Greyhound Exhibitgroup purchased the company in 1986. The sale of it allowed him more time to pursue his photographic interests. Gibson's first public show was a solo one held at Eastman Kodak Marketing Education Center in Rochester, New York during January and February of 1990. His second one solo exhibition opened at Valley House Gallery in September 1990. They were followed by two museum shows in 1991 at Central State University Museum of Art in Edmond, Oklahoma and at Wichita Center for the Arts in Wichita, Kansas. Since then David has had over 30 one man exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions.

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Biography from Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden:
Born: 1939, in Louisville, Kentucky

Photographic Studies:

Self directed and through workshops guided by Ansel Adams, Bruce Barnbaum, Paul Caponigro, Jay Dusard, Michael Kenna, and John Sexton

Education:

1962 B.A., Centenary College, Shreveport, LA
1966 M.A., Trinity University, San Antonio, TX

Solo Exhibitions:

1990 Eastman Kodak Marketing Education Center, Rochester, New York
1990 A Reverent Eye, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1991 Central State University Museum of Art, Edmond, Oklahoma
1991 Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, Kansas
1992 Tomball Center for Photography (Fotofest 1992, Houston), Tomball, Texas
1992 Griffith Gallery, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas
1993 Vista to View, The Panoramic Image in Landscape Photography, The Gallery, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
1993 David H. Gibson: Recent Images, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1993 Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, Texas
1994 Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, Texas
1994 The Special Photographers Company, London, England
1995 The Dallas Museum of Natural History, Dallas, Texas
1995 Eva Cohon Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1996 David H. Gibson: Recent Images, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1996 Heard Natural Science Museum, McKinney, Texas
1997 The Special Photographers Company, London, England
1997 Texas Realists: Contemporary Artists, Museum of the Southwest, Midland, Texas
1997 David H. Gibson: panoramas, photo-eye, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1997 The Southwest Landscape, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston, Texas
1998 Southwest Landscapes: David H. Gibson, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas
1998 Photographs of the Southwest, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1999 David H. Gibson: Selected New Work, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1999 Barney’s, Greenwich, Connecticut
2000 Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, Texas
2002 David McManaway’s Studio: Photographs and Installation by David H. Gibson, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
2002 David Gibson: Solitary Places, Edward Carter Gallery, New York, New York
2002 David H. Gibson: Silent Places, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2003 A Sense of Place: Salt Marshes of the Texas Gulf Coast, Photographs by David H. Gibson, Dallas Museum of Natural History, Dallas, Texas
2005 David H. Gibson: Water + Light, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2006 Cypress Creek, FotoFest, Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas
2008 David H. Gibson: Ephemeral Moments, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
2008 David H. Gibson: Along Cypress Creek (A 20 Year Retrospective of Photographs from Wimberley, Texas), Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas

Group Exhibitions:

1990 Images and Objects, art fair, The Castle, Boston, Massachusetts (Valley House Gallery)
1991 Abiquiu Gallery, Abiquiu, New Mexico
1991 The Art Show, Art Dealers Association, 7th Regiment Armory, New York (Valley House Gallery)
1991 The Best, (20th Anniversary Show), Afterimage Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1992 Recent Works By, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1992 The Art Show, Art Dealers Association, 7th Regiment Armory, New York (Valley House Gallery)
1992 Santa Fe Photographers: Seven Landscape Photographers from the Land of Enchantment, The Barnes Gallery, Katharine Brush Library, The Loomis Chaffee School, Windsor, Connecticut, curated by Siegfried Halus
1992 Texas Gallery Art Show, art fair, The 500, Inc., Infomart, Dallas, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
1992 USArtists 92, art fair, Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
1993 The Art Show, Art Dealers Association, 7th Regiment Armory, New York (Valley House Gallery)
1993 ARTexas 93, art fair, The 500 Inc., Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
1993 Illuminance '93, Lubbock Fine Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas, James Enyeart, juror
1993 Trees, Scheinbaum & Russek, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1993 USArtists 93, art fair, Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
1994 The Art Show, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
1994 ARTexas 94, art fair, The 500 Inc., Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
1994 40th Anniversary Exhibition, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1994 USArtists 94, art fair, Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
1995 The Art Show, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
1995 Art of the Garden, The Art Center, Waco, Texas
1995 Photo Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico (Wm. Floyd Gallery)
1995 Canyonland Visions: A Photographic Perspective, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
1996 Art Miami, art fair, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, Florida (Valley HouseGallery)
1996 The Photography Show 96, AIPAD art fair, New York, New York (Wm. Floyd Gallery)
1996 Works on Paper, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery and G. Ray Hawkins Gallery)
1996 Illuminance ‘96, Lubbock Fine Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas, Tom Southall, juror
1996 Art 96, art fair, Islington Design Center, London, England (Special Photographers Company)
1996 Photo Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico (Wm. Floyd Gallery)
1996 Currents in American Art, The Art Center, Waco, Texas (5 artists)
1996 Developing Visions: A Photographic Sampling of the Southwest, FOVA Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
1996 25th Anniversary Exhibition, The Afterimage Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1996 Valentin-Linhof Gallery, Munich, Germany
1996 Photokina, Valentin-Linhof Gallery, Cologne, Germany
1996 USArtists 96, art fair, Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
1996 Establishment Exposed, Dallas Visual Arts Center, Dallas, Texas
1997 The Art Show, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
1997 The Photography Show 97, AIPAD art fair, New York, New York (Wm. Floyd Gallery)
1997 Lone Star: Reconsidering the Texas Landscape, CRCA Gallery(Center for Research in Contemporary Art), University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, curated by Kenda North
1997 World View, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas
1997 Flowers, The Platinum Gallery, New York, New York
1997 The Elegant Image, Photo-Eye Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1997 Texas Natural Wonders, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
1997 USArtists 97, art fair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
1997 6th Annual Governor’s Exhibition, Texas Photographic Society, Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio, Texas and other venues
1997 Photography Fair, Paris, France (William Floyd Gallery)
1998 The Photography Show 98, AIPAD art fair, New York, New York (William Floyd Gallery)
1998 Yosemite Renaissance XIII, Yosemite Museum Gallery, Yosemite, California (award), traveled to: Carnegie Library, Turlock, California; Mariposa County Arts Council Gallery, Mariposa, California; Kings Arts Center, Hanford, California; San Mateo County Office of Education, Redwood City, California; Merced Civic Center, Merced, California
1998 USArtists98, art fair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
1998 Photography Fair, Paris, France (William Floyd Gallery)
1999 The Photography Show 99, AIPAD art fair, New York, New York (William Floyd Gallery)
1999 The Art Show, ADAA art fair, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
1999 Images from North Mayo, The Courthouse Gallery, The Ballinglen Centre, Ballycastle, County Mayo, Ireland
1999 Between Image and Object, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas, curated by Tracy Hicks
1999 USArtists99, art fair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
2000 The Swamp: On the Edge of Eden, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
2000 The Art Show, ADAA art fair, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
2000 Grasslands: Sherry Owens, University of Dallas, Irving, Texas (guest artist)
2000 40th Annual Invitational Photoview Exhibition, The Longview Museum of Fine Arts, Longview, Texas, Peter Hay Halpert, juror
2000 Dallas International Art & Antique Fair, The Dallas International Pavilion at Victory (Valley House Gallery)
2001 Passages from Ballinglen, List Gallery, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
2001 Fellows of the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, The Lavit Gallery, Cork, Germany
2001 Texas Photographic Society 16th Annual Members Only Show, Longview Museum of Art, Longview, Texas, Carolyn Fox-Hearne, juror
2001 La Biennale Photographique: Terre Ciel Mer, Montpellier, France
2001 Edward Carter Gallery, New York, New York
2001 Masterworks of American Photography, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
2001 Works by Eight Nationally Recognized Photographers, Chaffee County Council on the Arts, Buena Vista, Colorado
2001 USArtists 2001 Tenth Anniversary art fair, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Valley House Gallery)
2001 TPS 10: The National Competition, sponsored by Texas Photographic Society, Elizabeth Ferrer, juror
2001 Texas International Fine Art Fair, NorthPark East, Dallas, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
2002 The Art Show, art fair, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
2002 McNay Art Fair, McNay Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas (Valley House Gallery
2002 The Extended View, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas (Walking Rain)
2002 Art Atlanta, art fair, Atlanta, Georgia (Valley House Gallery)
2002 Beyond the Apple & Bottle: Still Life Invitational, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2002 Aisling Geal (Clear/Brillant Vision), The Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge, County Kildare, Ireland
2003 Works on Paper, art fair, The Park Avenue Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
2003 McNay Art Fair, McNay Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
2003 Ansel Adams and His Legacy, High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia (Buck Canyon)
2003 Digital Visions Now, Mountain View College, Dallas, Texas, curated by Paul Harris (Stop)
2003 Deck the Walls, Highland Gallery, Marfa, Texas
2003 Art in Embassies Program, loan for the term of Ambassador John Dawson, US Embassy, Lima, Peru
2004 Personal Environments: George Bogart, David Gibson, Tracy Hicks, Meg Langhone, and Andrea Rosenberg, The Gallery at the University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
2004 The Art Show, art fair, 7th Regiment Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
2004 50th Anniversary Exhibition, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2004 Art Chicago, art fair, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois (Valley House Gallery)
2004 Art in Embassies Program, loan for term of Ambassador James Casey Kenny, US Embassy, Dublin, Ireland
2005 Works on Paper, art fair, The Park Avenue Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
2005 Valley House Exhibition, Masur Museum, Monroe, Louisiana
2005 David McManaway and Friends: Jim Love and Roy Fridge, The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas
2005 Art in the Key of Green, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2006 Works on Paper, art fair, The Park Avenue Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
2006 McNay Print Fair, The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
2006 100 Great American Photographs, The Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
2006 Summer Show, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2006 Art International, The Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, California (Valley House Gallery)
2007 The Art Show, Art Dealer’s Association of America, Park Avenue Armory, New York, New York (Valley House Gallery)
2007 Ephemeral Moments: Photographs by David H. Gibson and Don Hong-Oai, Photo-Eye Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2007 CADD Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas Inaugural Art Fair, Three Three Three First Avenue, Dallas, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
2008 FATHOM: Exploring the Depths of Water as Concept, Content and Context, Gallery II, Texas State University – San Marcos, Texas
2008 College Art Association’s 96th Annual Conference, Adam’s Mark Hotel, Dallas, Texas
2008 AIPAD 2008, Park Avenue Armory, New York, New York (Wach Gallery)
2008 CADD Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas Art Fair, Three Three Three First Avenue, Dallas, Texas (Valley House Gallery)
2008 Transformational Dialogues: featuring artists David Gibson, Reiko Imoto, James Nakagawa, East | West Galleries, Fine Arts Building, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas
2008 Texas Tour: 100 Years of Texas Landscape Painting, Valley House Gallery. Dallas, Texas
2009 Thank You Fort Worth: An Appreciation from Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, Texas
2009 Flash: Photography from Dallas Galleries, CADD Art Lab, Dallas Texas
2010 Shorelines, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2011 Fresh & Salty (a Valley House Gallery group exhibition), Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Fort Worth, Texas
2011 Elemental = color / line / texture, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas

Literature:

Book of Days 1991, Austin, Texas: Book of Days, 1991, Limpia Creek, Fort Davis, Texas reproduced.

Janet Kutner, "Eloquence in Solitude," The Dallas Morning News, September 22, 1990, pages 5C, 13C.

"David H. Gibson," Hasselblad Forum, November 1991, Volume 27, pages 8-13.

"David H. Gibson: A Reverent Eye," Articles (The Wichita Center for the Arts), Spring/Summer 1991.

Fotofest 1992, exhibition catalogue, Houston, Texas, pages 288-289.

Philip van Keuren, Vista to View, The Panoramic Image in Landscape Photography, exhibition catalogue, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas 1993.

Deep East Texas: Photographs by David H. Gibson. Atlanta: Longstreet Press, 1993, 51 illustrations.

Loris Scott, “Photos capture beauty of East Texas,” Advocate, Victoria, Texas, Dec. 12, 1993.

Sarah Sue Goldsmith, “Book of photos captures quiet beauty of Texas,” Sunday Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, February 13, 1994.

Still Moments, David H. Gibson, exhibition catalogue, Amarillo Museum of Art, 1994, 13 pages.

40th Anniversary Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Valley House Gallery, October 15 - November 26, 1994.

“David H. Gibson’s Landscape Photographs of the Southwest,” Naturally Speaking, January/February 1995.

Rob Sheppard, “Luminous Landscapes: David Gibson’s black-and-white images capture the quiet side of nature,” PHOTOgraphic, March 1995, pages 46-49.

Canyonland Visions, poster for Amon Cater Museum exhibition Canyonland Visions: A Photographic Perspective, September 1995, Buck Canyon, Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah reproduced.

Susan Hallsten McGarry, “Market Report,” Southwest Art, July 1996, page 56.

“Blick in die Welt,” Photo Technik International, July-August 1996, pages 68-81, Rock Head, Storm Light Passage, and Brazos Cliffs reproduced.

John Stevenson, “Platinum-A Medium for the Hopelessly Obsessed,” View Camera, September/October 1996, pages 36-42, Camellia reproduced.

Establishment Exposed, exhibition catalogue, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas, 1996, pages 12, 13

David Marcus, Irish Christmas Stories, Bloomsbury Books, 1996, Grove at Brazos Cliffs, New Mexico, 1993 reproduced on cover.

Luminance: A National Exhibition of Photographic Works, exhibition catalogue, March 1996, Fine Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas, Walking Rain reproduced.

Gail Sachson, “15 Texas artists find themselves part of the ‘establishment’,” People, December 5, 1996, page 25.

Have You Heard, newsletter, Heard Natural Science Museum, January 1997, page 1.

Mike Daniel, “Photo Show steeped in the Art of Texas,” Dallas Morning News Guide, April 4, 1997, page 46, Tree Rhythms and Reflections, Baxter Slough, Silsbee, Texas reproduced.

Photography in New York: A Guide, May/June 1997, page 47 (The Platinum Gallery).

“Around the area,” and “Snapshots,” Contact Sheet: Bi-monthly Newsletter of the Texas Photographic Society, 1997, vol 17, # 4.

“Photography: David H. Gibson,” Lubbock Magazine, August 1997, page 30.

Kathleen McCloud, “Play of light and shadow,” Pasatiempo, Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 8 - August 14, 1997, page 42.

Mary Oliver, “Home,” Aperture, Winter 1998, issue 150, pages 32-33, Cloud March, Fort Davis, Texas 1988 reproduced.

Lana Sweeten-Shults, "View Finder: Photographer shoots dynamics of nature," Times Record News, Wichita Falls, Texas, 1998.

Contact Sheet: Bi-Monthly Newsletter of the Texas Photographic Society, 1998 Vol. 18, No. 1, pages 3-4.

John B. Rohrbach, "Retro-Vision: David Gibson’s Continuing Commitment to the Beauty of the Land in Black and White," View Camera, January/February 1999, pages 42-48.

Marion Laffey Fox, “Evocative Environs: David H. Gibson captures the drama of the Western landscape in black and white,” Southern Accents, September 1999, pages 150-154.

“City Guide,” D Dallas/Fort Worth, September 1999, page 135, Dawn Along Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas reproduced.

“Wide Open Vistas: Panoramic photographer’s works on display at Valley House,” Richardson News, Thursday, August 26, 1999, page 2B, Near Nuestra Senora del Far, Catalonia, Spain and Fall at Brazos Cliffs, Tierra Amarilla Grant, New Mexico reproduced.

Mike Daniel, “Making a case for B&W photography,” The Dallas Morning News Guide, September 3, 1999, page 65, Three Trees, Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas reproduced.

Amy Upshaw, “Artist Capturing Life on Film,” Tyler Morning Telegraph, January 17, 2000, Section 1, pages 1, 8.

“Collection: The Gift of Art,” Program, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, March through September 2000, page 12, Three Trees, Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas reproduced.

Trevor White, editor, America’s Elite 1000: The Ultimate List, Cadogan Publications Inc., New York, 2000, page 216, Branch Arch, Limpia Creek, Fort Davis, Texas reproduced.

Kerry Oliver-Smith, The Swamp: On the Edge of Eden, exhibition catalogue, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainsville, Florida, 2000, page 45, Three Trees reproduced.

TPS 10:The National Competition, exhibition catalogue, Texas Photographic Society, 2001, page 25.

The University of Texas at Dallas, Translation Review, Number 61, 2001, Backlighted Aspen, Telluride, Colorado reproduced on cover.

Mike Daniel, “David McManaway at Pillsbury and Peters, David H. Gibson at the MAC,” The Dallas Morning News Guide, January 11, 2002, page 5, Mary Mask reproduced.

Shannon Sutlief, “Night and Day,” Dallas Observer, January 10 – 16, 2002, volume 984, page 33, Mary Mask reproduced.

Sue Hostetler, foreword by Robert Redford, introduction by Jean-Michel Cousteau, essay by Vicki Goldberg, Oceans. New York: Rizzoli, 2002, page 71, Lotus Stems and Cloud Reflections, Texas Gulf Coast reproduced.

Peter Lasell, “Short List: David Gibson,” The New York Art World, November 2002, Volume 6, Number 3, pages 8-9, Lotus Stems and Cloud Reflections, Texas Gulf Coast reproduced.

Canyonland Vision: The Colorado Plateau of Southeast Utah, Photographs by David H. Gibson, Calgary,Canada: Folio Gallery for Waterous & Company, 2002, 44 plates.

Janet Kutner, “People and Places: Photographers Show Respect for their Muses,” The Dallas Morning News, November 30, 2002, page 13C, Branch Draped Boulder, Colorado River, Utah reproduced.

Tracy Hicks, “Abstraction and Light,” Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts, Winter/Spring 2004, Volume 16, Number 1, pages 177-186, cover illustration.

Translation Review, The University of Texas of Dallas, Number 66, 2003, cover illustration.

50th Anniversary, exhibition catalogue, Valley House Gallery, Dallas, Texas, 2004, page 12, Lotus Stems and Cloud Reflections reproduced.

Kentaro Tomio, Editor-in-Chief, “Recent Acquisitions: Highlights from the Permanent Collection,” Preview: The Tyler Museum of Art, August-December 2004, page 12.

“A Texas Thanksgiving,” The Dallas Morning News, November 25, 2004, page 18A, White Deciduous Magnolia Triptych; Cloud March, Fort Davis; Limpia Creek, Fort Davis; South Bank,Mill Pond, Caddo Lake; Waterlilies, Cypress Creek Wimberley; and Cypress Isalnd with Cypress, Village Creek reproduced.

Mariana Greene, “When sidewalks bloom,” The Dallas Morning News, June 17, 2005, page 3E.

Janet Kutner, “Reflecting on nature: Photographer details the beauties and mysteries of water and light,” The Dallas Morning News GuideLive, Saturday, November 5, 2005, pages 1G and 2G, Reeds #6, Colorado Rocky Mountains; Reed Crescendo, Eagle Nest Lake, New Mexico; and Chamisa and Rock Cascade, San Rafael Swell, Utah (incorrectly labeled as Grasses, Beaver Pond, Colorado) reproduced.

George M. Diggs, Jr., Barney Lipscomb, Monique D. Reed, and Robert O’Kennon, Illustrated Flora of East Texas Volume I, Austin College Center for Environmental Studies, Sherman, Texas, and Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas, 2006, reproduces Cypress Island with Cypress, Village Creek, Texas (page XVI), Moss Fabric, Mill Pond, Caddo Lake, Texas (page 149, figure 82), and Magnolia and Palmetto, Jasper, Texas (page 156, figure 86.)

Elaine Wolff, “Psst, buddy. Want a print?,” San Antonio Current, March 22-28, 2006, page 17, Reed Crescendo, Eagle Nest Lake, New Mexico reproduced.

Charissa N. Terranova, “Art Reviews | Gallery Gourmet: Differing perspectives: Showings around town appeal to a variety of tastes: ‘Three Davids’ at the MAC,” The Dallas Morning News, April 1, 2008, GuideLive, pages 1E, 4E, Ephemeral Moments 06 1715 reproduced.

“Fair Weather,” Modern Dallas Luxury, April 2011, page 24, Ephemeral Moments 60 7052 reproduced.

Artist Designed Books and Portfolios:

Deep East Texas, 1993, portfolio with nine silver gelatin photographs, edition of 15

David McManaway Studio, 2001, portfolio with twelve giclee archival pigments prints, with each presented in a folder with a printed translucent overlay in a clamshell box with leather spine, edition of 5, with 5 artist proofs

Ephemeral Moments, 2006, three bound volumes of nine archival pigment prints each, edition of 50

Water Cascade - British Columbia, Canada - A Sequence, 2007, accordion book with eleven archival pigment prints in a clam shell box, edition of 9, with 3 artist proofs

Along Cypress Creek, 2008, accordion book with fifteen plates, bound with chipboard and elastic, edition of 1000

Awards and Grants:

1995 Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Ballycastle, County Mayo, Ireland, grant
1996 “Panorama Photography,” Linhof Photo Competition, Germany, third prize
1997 6th Annual Governor’s Exhibition, Texas Photographic Society, traveling exhibition, Arthur Ollman, juror, honorable mention (Dawn Along Cypress Creek, Wimberley, Texas and Walking Rain, Rio Hondo Mesa, New Mexico)
1998 Yosemite Renaissance XIII: An International Art Competition, Yosemite Museum Gallery, Yosemite, California, grand prize
2000 40th Annual Invitational Photoview Exhibition, The Longview Museum of Fine Arts, Longview, Texas, Peter Hay Halpert, juror, honorable mention

Artist Talks:

2009 Art Social, with Tracy Hicks, CADD Art Lab, Dallas, Texas

Public and Corporate Collections:

Alford Media, Dallas, Texas
Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, Texas
Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
AT&T, Austin, Texas
Ballinglen Arts Foundation, County Mayo, Ireland
Boston Consulting Group, Dallas, Texas
Cantey & Hanger, Dallas, Texas
Capital One Auto Finance, Plano, Texas
Citibank North America, New York, New York
Clark Moulding, Dallas, Texas
Dallas Museum of Art, Barrett Collection, Dallas, Texas
Davis, LeClair, Loegering & Daniel, Dallas, Texas
Dean Foods, Dallas, Texas
Deloitte & Touche LLP, Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth Huth Coates Library, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas
Exxon Corporation, Irving, Texas
Gardere & Wynne, Dallas, Texas
Hirtle Callaghan, Inc., Wayne, Pennsylvania
JC Penney Company, Inc., Dallas, Texas
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas
Museum of Fine Art, Houston, Texas
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Russell Reynolds Associates, Inc., Houston, Texas
Sewell Lexus, Fort Worth, Texas
Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, Texas
Taconic Partners, Dallas, Texas
Techstyles, Inc., Dallas, Texas
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas
The Staubach Company, Dallas, Texas
Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, Texas
Vinson & Elkins, Austin, Texas

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