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 Alan Paine Radebaugh  (1952 - )

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Lived/Active: New Mexico/Massachusetts      Known for: abstraction-prehistoric design

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following was submitted by Larry W. Greenly:

Alan Paine Radebaugh (1952 - ) was born in Boston and raised in Bangor, Maine, and Rochester, New York.  During his mid-teens he was fascinated by geometric and optical art.  His interest in art was influenced by Jasper Johns, Miro, Picasso, Rembrandt, Chagall, and ancient cave paintings.

Radebaugh studied photography and jewelry making at the College of Wooster (Ohio) from 1970 to 1972, and earned a BFA from the University of New Mexico in 1996. After moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1979, he pursued his woodworking skills, producing sculptural furniture that he exhibited in New Mexico, Los Angeles, and New York.  His work was featured in Fine Woodworking magazine in the early 80s and earned a place in Fine Woodworking's Design Book Three: Fine Woodworking.

Since 1988 he has predominantly worked in oil and acrylic painting and has exhibited extensively in the United States, Japan, and Mexico. As an artist and able draftsman, he combines abstract elements built of layers that deliver a tactile quality. His painting ground may be canvas or even aluminum sheets that add an optical depth to his work.

In some of his work, the connection to ancient cave paintings is very apparent: in fact, an apt description of Radebaugh's work is a melding of cave art and Rorschach patterns, allowing viewers to subjectively divine patterns found in his artwork.

Radebaugh's work is in the permanent collections of Albuquerque Museum of Art and History; New Mexico State Capitol Collection; University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center; Washington and Jefferson College; College of Wooster; Jonson Gallery at the University of New Mexico; Ohio State University, Agricultural Technical Institute; and the Fine Arts Museum of New Mexico.

He was curator of Inpost Artspace at the Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque, NM during 1997-8.  He is an active member of the UNM College of Fine Arts Alumni Association and has previously served on its board of directors.

Awards/Residencies:
Artist-in-Residence, Gushul Studio, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, 2001
Artist's Grant and Residency, Vermont Studio Center, 1997
Purchase Award, Albuquerque Museum, 1983

Solo Exhibitions:
2007:  Jonson Gallery of the University of New Mexico Art Museum, "Alan Paine Radebaugh--Mass: Of Our World" October 12 -- Dec 22, 2007 (with music accompanying the exhibit written and recorded by Alan Paine Radebaugh)
2002:  516 Artspace, Albuquerque, New Mexico, "Chasing Fragments: Alan Paine Radebaugh 1982 -- 2002", October 4 -- November 2, 2002 (a 20- year retrospective)
2001: Coleman Gallery Contemporary Art, Albuquerque, NM (Fragments)
1999: 4th Floor Gallery, UNM Hospital (Fragments in Relation)
1999: Zimmerman Library, UNM (Monotypes)
1999: James Reid, Ltd., Santa Fe, NM (On the Way)
1998: Peter Eller Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (Just Visiting: Paintings 1994-97)
1998: Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque, NM (Important Issues)
1997: James Reid, Ltd., Santa Fe, NM (Natural Paintings)
1997: Firehouse Gallery, Del Rio, TX (Prelude)
1994: First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque (New Works)
1993: St. Michael Episcopal Church, Albuquerque, NM
1991: Artichoke Cafe/Dartmouth Street Gallery, Albuquerque, NM

Group Exhibitions:
2000: Plan B, Santa Fe, NM (Beaux Arts 2000)
2000: William Rainey Harper College (Small Works)
2000: Jonson Gallery, UNM (Juror's Exhibit: New Era Art)
2000: 516 Magnifico Artspace, Albuquerque, NM (New Era Art)
1999: San Diego Art Institute (43rd Annual Int'l Exhibition)
1999: Coleman Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (Heart within the Beast)
1999: Coleman Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (4-person exhibition)
1998: Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR (Shadows: 2000)
1998: SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM (Monothon 12)
1998: Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque, NM (Feet...a Show of Feet)
1997: Jonson Gallery, UNM (Under the Influence, 4-person exhibition)
1997: Outpost Performance Space (An Eclectic Show of Prints: The Prints of Albuquerque)
1997: Kanagawa Kenmin Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (19th Int'l Exhibition of Prints 97)
1996: Olin Fine Arts Gallery, Washington & Jefferson College (W&J National Painting Show)
1995: Kanagawa Kenmin Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (18th Int'l Exhibition of Prints 95)
1995: San Bernardino County Museum (30th Annual Open Exhibition)
1995: State of the Art Gallery, Ithica, NY (National Juried Fine Arts Show)
1995: Magnifico-Albuquerque Festival of the Arts (The Art of Albuquerque Show)
1995: Fine Arts Gallery, The College of Santa Fe (Monothon 95)
1995: Fuller Lodge Art Center, Los Alamos, NM (Art in NM)
1994: Museo Regional Universitario, Chihuahua City, Mexico (Reflexion Contemporanea)
1994: Dartmouth Street Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (Creative Response to Aids)
1994: Magnifico-Albuquerque Festival of the Arts (Traveling Art Gallery and Auction)
1993: Fine Arts Gallery, The College of Santa Fe (Monothon 93)
1993: Magnifico-Albuquerque Festival of the Arts (The Art of Albuquerque Show)
1993: Fuller Lodge Art Center, Los Alamos, NM (Art in NM)
1992: San Francisco State University (Glass, Textiles and Prints)
1992: EMU Gallery, University of Oregon (Environmental Perspectives)
1992: Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center, NY (Homage to Mozart)
1992: Dartmouth Street Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (Paper & Prints)
1992: Dartmouth Street Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (Hand of the Artist)
1991: The Albuquerque Museum (Crafted by Hand)
1991: Dartmouth Street Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (Small Works)
1991: Fuller Lodge Art Center, Los Alamos, NM (Art in NM)
1991: Abercrombie Gallery, McNeese State University (4th Annual
McNeese National)
1991: Art Center Gallery, Central Missouri State University (6th Annual Midwest International)
1990: eleven east ashland gallery, Phoenix, AZ (idol/idle worship)
1985: Del Mano Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (Expressions in Wood)
1984: Mariposa Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (Reflections)
1984: Gallery Fair, Mendocino, CA (4th Annual Western States Invitational)
1984: Contemporary Craftsman, Santa Fe, NM (2-person show)
1983: Gallery Fair, Mendocino, CA (3rd Annual Western States Invitational)
1983: Palisander Gallery, Taos, NM
1983: Stables Art Center, Taos, NM (Crafts for Architecture and Interiors)
1983: Del Mano Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (Contemporary Furnishings)
1983: Downtown Center for the Arts, Albuquerque United Artists (Woodwork 83)
1983: Santa Fe Festival for the Arts, Santa Fe, NM
1983: New Mexico Annual Woodworkers Show, Santa Fe, NM
1982: New Mexico Annual Woodworkers Show, Santa Fe, NM
1982: Fair at Rhinebeck, American Craft Enterprises, Rhinebeck, NY
1981: New Mexico Annual Woodworkers Show, Santa Fe, NM

Illustrated Catalogues/Reviews
1. "Abstract Artist...in "Fragments,' Albuquerque Journal 2/18/01
2. Beaux Arts 2000, Plan B Catalogue, 2000
3. 23rd Harper College National Exhibition Catalogue, 2000
4. "Painter's `Fragments' reveal his working process" Albuquerque Journal 11/14/99
5. The Capitol Art Foundation Collection Catalogue, 1998.
6. "Poet in painter's clothing creates sculptural works" Albuquerque Journal 5/17/98
7. The Hanga: International Exhibit of Prints in Kanagawa 1995 & 1997 catalogues
8. "Los Alamos to Host Juried Show" Los Alamos Monitor, 4/11/91
9. MedArt International 1992 World Congress on Arts and Medicine Program
10. 4th Annual McNeese National Catalogue, McNeese State University, 1991
11. "Ideas Go Further than Technique" Fine Woodworking, 5/6,84
12. Fine Woodworking, no. 39, 3/4,83: back cover
13. Fine Woodworking: Design Book III, 1983, p. 60
14. Hill News, St. Lawrence University, Spring 1973

Sources:
1. Curriculum vita
2. Personal Interview

Additional articles and reviews:
Pulkka, Wesley "Southwestern Landscapes-NM Artists," Wingspread Collectors Guide 2005 (Vol.19, No 1, pp 210-212)
Buchner, Lewis "Ideas Go Further than Technique," Fine Woodworking No.46, May/June 1984
Bell, David L. "Once A Tree," Fine Woodworking No 39 March/April 1983

Source: Karen Olson, Director of the Center for Academic Program Support at the University of New Mexico.

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