Thursday, November 8, 2007
University of Vermont, Institute for Industrial Archeology, 1982.
M.F.A. in Painting, University of South Carolina, 1980.
M.A. in Applied Art History, University of South Carolina, 1980.
B.A. in Studio Art, Belmont Abbey/Sacred Heart Colleges, 1972.
Director of Winthrop University Galleries
Associate Professor of Art and Design.
Rock Hill, S.C.
Answers to the dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Responsibilities include organizing and curating exhibitions in the Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery, Rutledge Gallery and Edmund D. Lewandowski Student Gallery; maintaining University Collection; facilitating public art in campus buildings and on campus grounds; publications; educational programs; community outreach; public relations; and the Patrons of the Gallery including working with development and fundraising.
Director of Waterworks Visual Arts Center, Salisbury N.C.
Responsibilities included organization and curating year round exhibition and community-based education programs; development/fundraising; board development; and a capital campaign to re-design and renovate facility.
Instructor of Art History and Appreciation, Livingstone, College, Salisbury, N.C.
Assistant Professor of Art, Barry University, Miami, Fla.
Assistant Professor of Art and Historic Preservation, Arkansas College.
Instructor of Art, Central Corrections Institute, Columbia, S.C.
Resident Designer, Greg Copeland Inc., Fairfield, N.J. & New York, N.Y.
Meta Museum Gathering, Black Mountain, N.C., 1994-Present.
College Art Association
Southeastern Theatre Conference
American Association of Museums
South Carolina Federation of Museums
Artist : Exhibitions
• Two-Person Exhibition, if Art, Gallery 80808, Columbia, S.C.
• South Carolina Birds, City Gallery, Charleston, S.C.
• Alumni Invitational, McMaster Gallery, University of South Carolina.
• Two-Person Exhibition, Center for the Arts, Rock Hill.
• One-Person Exhibition, Glance Gallery, Raleigh, N.C.
• NASCAR Inspired, Hickory Museum of Art.
• State Art Collection, Part II, 1992-2006, Sumter Art Gallery.
• The Neighborhood and Other Recent Works, The Gallery at Carillon, Charlotte.
• Good Art in a Home, if Art, Columbia.
• Homegrown Southeast, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art.
• Sommerwende International Arts Festival, gallery twenty-four, Berlin.
• Memory and Place, Waterworks Visual Arts Center, Salisbury, N.C.
• Triennial 2004, South Carolina State Museum.
• South Carolina Birds, Sumter Gallery of Art and Burroughs Chapin Art Museum.
• Floating, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Riverfront, New Orleans.
• Une Collection: Homage a Geneviève Roulin, Furor et La Galerie du Marché,
• New American Paintings, #46, the Eighth Open Studios Southern Competition in
• across the river, New Works by Tom Stanley, Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte.
• Maker Versus Material, Curator: Joie Lassiter, Trizec Properties, Charlotte.
• Figure of Speech: Tom Stanley and Tim Hussey, Halsey Gallery, Charleston, S.C.
• Tom Stanley: Black Mountain Drawings, Jeanne Rauch Gallery, Gaston College.
• Tom Stanley and Alf Ward, Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery, Coastal Carolina.
• La Collection Geneviève Roulin, Musée de la Halle Saint Pierre, Paris.
• Accessibility, two installations for downtown Sumter, S.C.
• Public Art and Landscape in the Charlotte Region, The Gallery at Carillon,
• Reconstruction Eden, Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, N.C.
• en route to orleans, an installation for the McColl Center for Visual Arts, Charlotte.
• New American Paintings, #28, the Fifth Open Studios Southern Competition in
• Recent Work, USC Sumter Gallery.
• Collaborations/James M. Steven, McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina
• Installation of en route to hamlet, Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte.
• Just Racin': Artists Look at NASCAR, Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art.
• Installation of en route to hamlet, McKissick Museum, University of South
• Works on Paper, Zone One Contemporary, Asheville, N.C.
• Triennial '98, South Carolina State Museum.
• Our Connection to the Land, Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art.
• Gary Komarin, Michael Nakoneczny & Tom Stanley, MOFA, New Orleans.
• Installation of en route to hamlet, Spirit Square, Charlotte.
• Combined Talents, 1996 Florida National, Fine Arts Museum, FSU.
• KY/SCnyc (curator/Fiona Ragheb), National Art Club, New York, N.Y.
• Installation of en route to hamlet, Jeremiah Miller Gallery, Greensboro, N.C.
• 18th Annual Invitation Exhibition, Waterworks Visual Arts Center, Salisbury, N.C.
• Tom Stanley and Gene Merritt, Meteor Gallery, Columbia, S.C.
• Chiaroscuro - A Contemporary Study of Light and Dark, Montgomery Museum or
• Art Automat, Context Inaugural Exhibition, Charlotte.
• Award, River Art Festival Exhibition, Greenville, S.C.
• Tom Stanley Paintings, Sarratt Gallery, Vanderbilt University.
• Invitational Exhibition, Zone One Contemporary, Asheville, N.C.
• Recent Paintings, USC Spartanburg.
• Music of the Canvas with composer David Ott, Waterworks Visual Arts Center.
• Carolina Artscapes 92, a public art billboard project sponsored by Adams Outdoor,
the Mint Museum and the Charlotte/Mecklenburg Arts and Science Council.
• Two-Person Exhibition, Chelsea Gallery, Western Carolina.
• Homecoming: Artists Celebrate Their Teachers, Spirit Square Center for the Arts.
• Group Exhibition, Gilliam and Peden, Raleigh, N.C.
• Best Painting, Springs Traveling Exhibition.
• Crayon Show, SECCA, Winston-Salem, N.C.
• Off the Beaten Path, Limbo Gallery, Charlotte, N.C.
• Drawing/Seven Points of View, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
• Positive/Negative, 2-D National, East Tennessee State.
• College of Mainland Print and Drawing Exhibition, Texas City. Tex.
• Arkansas Art '83, Mabee Fine Arts Center, Arkadelphia, Ark.
• Tom Stanley Paintings, Isaac Hathaway Arts Center, University of Arkansas.
• 14th Annual Arkansas Exhibition, Southeast Arkansas Arts Center.
• Tom Stanley: Recent Work, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro.
Selected Collections, Commissions and Public Art
• Workshop artist, Levine Children’s Hospital Art Project, Charlotte Country Day School.
• State Art Collection, South Carolina Arts Commission
• Jean de Matini et Geneviève Roulin
• First Charter Center
• Duke University
• B.F. Goodrich
• Womble, Carlyle, Standridge and Rice
• Offices of the Collection de l'Art Brut
• Kennedy Covington Lobdell & Hickman
• North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching
• Davidson College
• University of South Carolina
• Carolina Artscapes '92, a public art billboard commission, Charlotte, NC
• Riverworks, Arkansas College Campus, funded by the Arkansas Arts Council
Publications and Exhibition Catalogues
• South Carolina Birds, Wim Roefs.
• Triennial 2004, South Carolina State Museum.
• New American Painting #46, Eighth Open Studios Southern Competition, Open
Studio Press, Boston, Mass.
• Geneviève Roulin, published by Jean de Martini & Furor, Switzerland.
• New American Paintings #28, The Firth Open Studios Southern Competition, Open
Studio Press, Boston, Mass.
• The Carolinas Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, An Exploration of Social and
Economic Trends, 1924-1999; funding from the Duke Endowment.
• Triennial 98, South Carolina State Museum/South Carolina Arts Commission.
• Combined Talents: The Florida National 1996, Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State.
• NY/SCnyc: Works by Contemporary Artists from Kentucky and South Carolina,
The National Arts Club, NY, essay by J. Fiona Ragheb.
• 3 Artists II, Waterworks Visual Arts Center.
• Chiaroscuro: Montgomery 1994 Biennial, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts,
essay by Jane Kessler.
Posted by Wim Roefs at 2:42 PM