E. Mur Sherman Hayman

 

BIRTHPLACE
Newport News, Virginia

EDUCATION
Hollins College (now Hollins University), Hollins, Virginia ;
Paris, France (private instruction);
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

MAJOR EXHIBITIONS - selected

2022

Cerulean Arts (Philadelphia)

2020

Cerulean Arts

2019

Cerulean Arts

2017

Cerulean Arts

2016

Goggleworks (Reading, PA)

2016

A Show of Hands (Philadelphia)

2011

Lake Eustis Museum of Art, Eustis, Florida

2010-11

James Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia

2008

Rosenfeld Gallery (Philadelphia)

2007

Main Line Unitarian Gallery (Pennsylvania)

2005

Arlington Arts Center (Virginia) (Solo Series)

2003

Abington Art Center (Solo Exhibition Series)

1999

Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts (Wilmington)

1998

Esther M. Klein Art Gallery (University City Science Center, Phila.)

1997-98

The Artfront Partnership - window installation (1419 Locust ST.)

1997

Peninsula Fine Arts Center (Newport News, Virginia)

1994

Bucknell University (Pennsylvania)

1992

Franz Bader Gallery (Washington, D.C.)

1991

Piedmont Arts Association (Martinsville, Va.)

1990

Rosenfeld Gallery (Philadelphia)

1988

Rosenfeld Gallery


GROUP SHOWS & INVITATIONALS - selected

2022

National Liberty Museum (Philadelphia), “Deconstructing Bowie”

2019

National Liberty Museum, “Philadelphia Freedom”

2014

Temple Judea Museum (Elkins Park, PA) – “Step Into My Studio”

2012

Peninsula Fine Arts Association (Virginia) “Who We Are, Past and Present”

2011

Projects Gallery, Philadelphia, “Little Treasures, Big Rewards”

2009

Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery, New York City, “A Book About Death”

2009

Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, “A Book About Death”

2009

“All Small Redux” – Agnes Scott College (Georgia)

2006

Art in City Hall, New Work by Past Artists (Philadelphia)

2005

Projects Gallery (Philadelphia) (4-person exhibition)

2004

The Philadelphia Foundation (along with The Philadelphia Art Alliance)

2003

Moore College of Art - Muse Gallery’s 25th Anniversary

2003

“15 Exposures” (see below) at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

2002

“15 Exposures” - Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Alumni at USArtists

2002

“15 Exposures” - Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts (Millville, NJ)

2000

"Art Works / Water Works” - Fairmount Park Commission & The Fund for the Water Works sponsored auction

1997

Abington Art Center - Works on Paper Biennial (9 artists)

1997

The Painted Bride - Muse Gallery’s 20th Anniversary Show

1996

Sande Webster Gallery (Philadelphia) - “Just Jazz”

1994

Bryn Mawr College - “Works by Women Artists”

1991

Philadelphia Art Alliance - “Secret Views”


SELECTED JURIED SHOWS

2018

Art in City Hall (Philadelphia) - “Summer of Love”

2017

Art in City Hall (Philadelphia) – “Small Sculpture”

2016

Reece Museum (Johnson City, TN) – “The Fletcher Exhibit”

2016

Touchstone Gallery (Washington D.C.) – “Art as Politics”

2014

PhilaMOCA, (Philadelphia) , “ ‘Murica”

2012

PhilaMOCA, “Message and Medium”

2011

Square Foot Art Basel/Miami, through Projects Gallery

2011

Art in City Hall – “The French Connection”

2010

Art in City Hall – “Inside/Outside”

2007

Main Line Art Center – “Across & Between”

2005

Allentown Art Museum – “Myth, Magic & Meaning”

2004

Maryland Federation of Art – “Drawing Conclusions”

2003

Attleboro Museum (MA.) - “Small Works”

2001

Arcadia University - “Works on Paper”

2000

Main Line Art Center - “Multiples”

1998

Patricia C. Phillips studio visit (Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts published brochure with essay and photos)

1995

The State Museum of PA. - “Art of the State” **Third Prize (Painting)

REVIEWS AND ARTICLES:

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Theartblog.org – online review and photo, “Big Thoughts, Tiny Packages” (Art in City Hall, ‘Small Sculpture’), February 5, 2017

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Theartblog.org – online review and photo, “ ‘Murica” at PhilaMOCA, July 23, 2014

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Knight Arts Foundation, March 8, 2012, online review and photo “Message & Medium” at PhilaMOCA

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Pulse Magazine, Florida, Fall 2011, Ella Paets, “Art Tackles Death”

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Orlando Sentinel, September 30, 2011, Christine Cole, “War, death, love, sex…..”

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www.burnaway.org (a visual arts website), March 2, 2009, “All Small Redux”

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 27, 2009, Catherine Fox, “All Small Redux”

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The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 15, 2003, Victoria Donohoe, “Abington Art Center”

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The City Paper - May 29, 2003 - Juliet Fletcher “The Mark Portraits”

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The Philadelphia Inquirer - Jan. 22, 1999 - Edward J. Sozanski “Paint and Pistols

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Art Matters - December, 1997 - Burton Wasserman - (ARTFRONTinstallations)

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The Philadelphia Inquirer, April 27, 1997- Victoria Donohoe ( “Works on Paper” at Abington Art Center)

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The City Paper - July 26, 1996 - Robin Rice (“Just Jazz” at Sande Webster)

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The Phila. Inquirer - July 19, 1996 - Edward Sozanski (“Just Jazz”) w/ photo

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The City Paper - July 28, 1995 - Robin Rice (“Installation for the Home”)

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The City Paper - July 28, 1995 - Robin Rice (“Installation for the Home”)

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WBUX - October 14, 1987 - Radio Interview - The Joan Stack Show

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PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE - March, 1987 - Lillian Bregman - “What Price Art?”