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 Stanley Maltzman 

Freehold, New York
United States

Media Type(s):
    Watercolors
Graphic Arts
Pastels
Drawing
Printmaking
Misc/Other

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Artist Statement

Through the years students have asked what inspired me to paint a certain picture, or what kind of pencil I use for drawing. My answer is, “it is a thousand hour pencil”. In other words, the secret is not the pencil… it is the work, the devotion and the love of drawing. Art starts with the business of seeing. Nature inspires you with her beauty, but you, as an artist, must take the elements nature presents to you and interpret them in the light of your own feelings to create your drawing or painting. I firmly believe that there is a certain sense of communion with nature that is captured by working in the fields or woods that cannot be achieved by working indoors. In natural surroundings one can touch, smell and observe the beauty that surrounds them.


Biography

Stanley Maltzman is a highly acclaimed landscape artist, as well as an accomplished author and educator. He works in a variety of media, most often pastel, watercolor or charcoal, and lives in New York’s Hudson River Valley.

His drawings and paintings have been widely exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the country including The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, The Butler Institute, The National Academy, and The American Academy of Arts and Letters. His work is represented in many collections including the U.S. Coast Guard Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which acquired three of his works as well as a copy of his book Drawing Nature.

Stanley’s strong belief that good painting evolves from the ability to draw well leads to frequent invitations to lecture and conduct his “plein air” seminars and workshops for high school and adult students.

Stanley was chosen to contribute to "Art Journey America Landscapes: 89 Painters' Perspectives" (2012). In the past his work has been featured in American Artist and has also appeared in The Artist’s Magazine, Hudson Valley and Kaatskill magazines. He is a member of the Pastel Society of America, Audubon Artists and the Hudson Valley Art Association. In 2010 he was invited to exhibit at the 60th Anniversary Invitational Exhibition at the Michele and Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts in Springfield, MA.

From July 26 - Oct. 2, 2014, the Thomas Cole National Historic Site in Catskill, NY hosted a special exhibit of new work by Stanley honoring the 200 year old honey locust tree that stands at the home of the artist who was the founder of the Hudson River School of Painting.


Resumè

EXHIBITIONS

Allied Artists of America
American Artists Professional League
Audubon Artists, NY
The Bruce Museum
The Butler Institute of Art, Ohio
National Academy, 6 years
American Academy of Arts and Letters
Smithsonian Institute
Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY
Springfield Museum, Springfield, MA
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences
American Watercolor Society, NY
Albany Institute of History and Art, NY
Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
State University College, New Paltz, NY
Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, OH
Salmagundi Club, NY
Knickerbocker Artists, NY
Pastel Society of America, NY
Carnegie-Mellon Museum of Natural History, PA
Capricorn Gallery, Bethesda, MD
Northeast National Pastel Society, NY
Noyes Museum, NJ
Academic Artists Association, MA
Hudson Valley Art Association, NY
D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts, MA
The View, Old Forge, NY

COLLECTIONS

Readers Digest
Carnegie-Mellon University, PA
United States Coast Guard Museum, New London, CT
Hunt Botanical Documentation
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
AT&T Company, Chicago Division
Marine Corp. Building, Washington DC
Sears Roebuck
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
The Ward Foundation, Salisbury, MD
Smith & Wesson, Springfield, MA
Federal Land Bank, Springfield, MA
Greene County Savings Bank, Greenville, NY
Metroplolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

PUBLICATIONS

Art Journey America Landscapes:89 Painters' Perspectives, 2012
American Artists Magazine
Smith & Wesson Publishers
Greene County Travel Guide
Dutchess County Arts Calendar
North Lights Magazine
The Artist's Magazine
Katskill Magazine
The Crayon/Olana Newsletter
Drawing Nature/Book/ 1995
Drawing Trees/Book/ 1999
Buildings & Barns/1999
The Best of Flower Painting
Materials & Techniques/1997

ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONS

Grand Central Art Galleries, New York
Connoisseur Gallery, Rhinebeck, NY
Mill Cottage Gallery, Rensselaerville, NY
Greenville Library Gallery, Greenville, NY
Elliott Museum, Stuart, FL
Caprocorn Gallery, Bethesda, MD
Weyhe Gallery, New Yor
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
Frank Rehn Gallery, New York
Albany Institute of History and Art, New York
Greene County Council of the Arts
Windham Gallery, Windham, NY
Beattie-Powers House, NY

COMMISSIONS

Steuben Glass Co., New York
Danbury Mint, Danbury, CT
Smith & Wesson, Springfield, MA
Federal Land Bank, Springfield, MA

AWARDS

Academic Artists Association: Graphics Award 2014

Art Spirit Foundation Award Gold Medal at the Hudson Valley Art Association 79th Annual Exhibition

Audubon Artists 68th Annual Exhibition: Silver Medal of Honor

First Prize for Graphics at the Hudson Valley Art Association 82nd Annual Exhibition (2014)


Shows

July 26- October 2, 2014, "Thomas Cole's Honey" at the Thomas Cole House in Catskill, NY.

October 1 - 31, 2014 PDrawings and Pastel Paintings, Guggenheim Pavilion of the Carey Institute for Global Good, Rensselaerville, NY


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