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 Hall Pierce II Groat  (1967 - )

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Hall Groat II, of Manlius New York, embarked on his professional art career at the early age of twelve, influenced by his father Hall Groat - an American Impressionist painter with notoriety throughout the world. A curated exhibit entitled Celebration of the International Year of the Child was held at The Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York. Shortly after in 1979, Groat II was featured in an article in the August 13th edition of People Magazine, noted as an up-and-coming artist.

In 1992 Groat II graduated from Brooklyn College with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Drawing, studying with the classical tonal painter, Lennart Anderson, a descendant of the long lineage of painters, William Merritt Chase, Charles Hawthorne, and Edwin Dickinson. The following year, Groat II was included in a curated exhibition at the Everson Museum of Art, entitled The Hill Becomes The Valley: A Survey of Central New York Landscape Painting. Included in this exhibit were James Cantwell and John Barrow; two notable artists who lived and worked in central New York during the last quarter of the nineteenth century.

He is included in numerous private and public collections both nationally and abroad along with universities and Fortune 500 corporations. These include the Ackerley Corporation, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Contel Cellular, Sheraton Hotel Corporation, Munson-Williams Proctor Institute of Art, The State University of New York system, and Washington Jefferson College.

Groat II's work is based on the classical aesthetic of naturalism, combined with the 20th century viewpoint on composition and form - often reminiscent of the post-impressionist and Cubist movements in France. Most recently, Groat II has been working on two series entitled Good and Evil and Transcendental Output, which will be on tour during the early part of 2002. Currently Mr. Groat II is a professor of Art and Design at Broome community Collection:
Press Release:

In April, 2002, the Binghamton New York Community Orchestra presented it's final concert of the 2001-2002 season at UNION-ENDICOTT HIGH SCHOOL. In correlation with this concert event, Hall Groat II, Director of the Avenue Art Gallery in Endicott, exhibited a series of paintings involving still lifes of symphonic musical instruments.
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ARTIST'S O B J E C T I V E: To preserve the classical tradition of tonal painting and drawing from the nineteenth century, and integrate the underlying sensibility of this art form with contemporary movements in Art, including Graphic Design, and animation.

S U M M A R Y: Over thirty years practicing Fine Arts, and three years working in the publishing industry. Participated in museum, university, college, and international gallery exhibits throughout the United States. Highlights include:
Studied with Tonalist, Lennart Anderson; late Abstract Expressionist, John Walker; Pattern Painter, William T. Williams; and Regionalist, Lois Dodd
Included in over 40 major exhibitions (see attachment)
Included in several hundred public and private art collections internationally
Published in Who's Who In American Art
Member of National Society of Mural Painters
Honored by the National Endowment For The Arts
International Art Dealer and member of Art Dealer's Association of America
Publisher and Graphic Designer of an international Arts publication
Expertise in: Adobe PageMaker, Photoshop, Illustrator; QuarkXpress, Access, Powerpoint, Excel, and web design using HTML

T E A C H I N G E X P E R I E N C E
Assistant Professor of Art & Design
Broome Community College

E D U C A T I O N
City University of New York at Brooklyn, 1992
Master Of Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing, GPA 3.7
Binghamton University, 1989
Bachelor of Arts, Art History; Minor Studio Art

F E L L O W S H I P S, G R A N T S, A W A R D S
1999 First Prize, Central New York Annual Art Competition
1997 First Prize, Central New York Annual Art Competition
1994 Third Prize, Annual Art Exhibition, Art Dialogue, Buffalo, NY
1993 National Endowment For The Arts, Lecture and Exhibition Grant, Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, PA
1992 Charles G. Shaw Memorial Award, Brooklyn College
Desse P. Tichenor Scholarship, Chautauqua School of Art
1991 Critic's Grant, Vermont Studio Center
1990 Malcolm Curtis Propes Fellowship, Savannah College of Art and Design
J U R O R 1997 Waterfront Art Festival, Pittsford, NY
1995 Carnegie Art Center National Art Competition, Tonawanda, NY

O N E P E R S O N E X H I B I T I O N S
1997 Adirondack Lakes Center For The Arts, Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Cazenovia College, Chapman Art Center
1996 Adams Art Gallery, Dunkirk, NY
1994 Jasper Rand Art Museum, Westfield, MA
Lemoyne College, Wilson Art Gallery, Dewitt, NY
Cazenovia College, Chapman Art Center, Blizzard of 1993
1993 Simon's Rock College of Bard, Doreen Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA
1992 Westbeth Art Center, NY, NY, Graduate Thesis Exhibition
Tyringham Art Gallery, Tyringham, MA

T W O P E R S O N E X H I B I T I O N S
2000 Austin Harvard Gallery, Pittsford, NY
1998 Artifice Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY
1997 Austin Harvard Gallery, Pittsord, NY
1996 Austin Harvard Gallery, Pittsford, NY
Art Dialogue, Buffalo, NY
1994 Kirkland Art Center, Kirkland, NY
1993 Washington and Jefferson College, Olin Fine Arts Center, Washington, PA,
Two Generations of Painting
1990 Tioga County Council On The Arts, Art Space Gallery, Owego, NY
1989 Cazenovia College, Chapman Art Center, Historic Images

G R O U P E X H I B I T I O N S
2000 Foxhall Gallery, The Contemporary Still life, Washington, DC
Renee Fotouhi Gallery, NY, NY
1994 Everson Museum Of Art, The Hill Becomes The Valley: A Survey Of Central New York Landscape Painters
Arnot Art Museum, 61st Annual Regional Art Exhibition, Elmira, NY
Upton Gallery, Buffalo State College
Buffalo Arts Studio, Buffalo, NY
1994 Buffalo Airport
Art Dialogue, Annual Regional Exhibition, Buffalo, NY
Greater Buffalo Partnership, Buffalo, NY
1993 John H. Mulroy Civic Center, Syracuse, NY, Visual Arts Showcase, #5, People's Verdict
Bowery National, NY, NY

REVIEWS / ARTICLES

PEOPLE MAGAZINE
August 13, 1979:

LOOKOUT, A Guide To The Up And Coming
POST-STANDARD
December 13, 1979:

YOUNGEST TO HAVE HONOR, Boy Gives One-Man Everson Show
Press&Sun-Bulletin
Headlines, June 9, 1989:
Double Vision View of Binghamton

SYRACUSE HERALD AMERICAN:
Stars Magazine, January 23, 1994:
Young Artist Shows His Talents In Fine Show

SYRACUSE HERALD AMERICAN:
Stars Magazine, March 27, 1994:
Central New York Through Artist's Eyes:
Everson Museum Showcases Local Landscape Painters New and Old

BUFFALO NEWS:
review, April 26, 1996
Two For One, A Father and Son and Their Rugged Landscapes

ROCHESTER PRESS:
What's Happening, April 21, 1997,
The Creative Edge, Austin Harvard Gallery Presents Works By Groat and Higbie

SYRACUSE HERALD AMERICAN:
Common Media, Polar Approach, August 2, 1998

SYRACUSE NEW TIMES:
Slices of Still Life, September 9, 1998

SYRACUSE NEW TIMES:
Art Supplies: The Central New York Art Guide offers more information
than you can shake a paintbrush at, June 30, 1999































































































































































































































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