Phillip Buntin
P h i l l i p  D.  B u n t i n
4314 Mahoning Ave, N.W.
Warren, OH 44483
pbuntin@kent.edu
 
 
 
Education
           
            University of Connecticut, M.F.A., 2002, Painting/Drawing
            Atlanta College of Art, B.F.A., 1997, Individualized Studio Art
            Kennesaw State University, B.Sc., 1989, Psychology
 
Solo Exhibitions
 2013   On Not Knowing, Robert Henry Contemporary, Brooklyn, New York
2012   Presence/Absence, Eels Gallery, Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH.
2012    Phenomena, {Poem 88}, Atlanta, GA.
2010    Untitled, RHV Fine Art, Brooklyn, New York
2009    X, Y, & Z, Not a Love Story, Bliss Gallery, Youngstown State University
2006    Iteration, Alteration, Kent State University Trumbull Gallery, Warren, Ohio
2005    Iteration, Alteration, The Atrium Gallery, Quinebaug Valley Community
             College, Danielson, CT
2004    Craving Constancy, Constantine Constantius, Kent State University Stark        Campus,  Canton, OH
2004    Craving Constancy, Constantine Constantius, Wilber Cross Gallery, Storrs,     CT

Two Person Exhibitions
2016    Layers of Seeing, Forum Artspace, Cleveland, OH (with painter Tony
Ingrisano)
2016    Loud and Quiet:  works by Mike Black and Phillip Buntin,  {Poem 88},
            Atlanta, GA 
 
Group Exhibitions
2016  To Be the Void:  Sublimity and Contemporaneity, International Cultural Center
            of Krakow, Krakow, Poland.  Curated by Jeff Edmonds
2016  Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us) v2, Corridor, Dayton, OH
2014  Infinitum: Create. Lead. Learn faculty exhibition. Hebei Normal Provincial
           Museum, Hebei, China (2014-15) and Kent State University Museum, Kent, OH (2015            –16).
2014   B&W, {Poem 88}, Atlanta, GA.
2012   Mapping the Equivocal, Phillip Buntin,, Derek Lerner, Robert Walden. 
            Robert Henry Contemporary, Brooklyn, New York. 
2011   Presence, Phillip Buntin, Blake Cook, Jeesun Park, Dan Tranburg, Lizbeth Wolfe.              Curated by Terry Durst.  The Art Gallery at Cleveland State University
2011   Image and Word, Phillip Buntin, Joe Immen, Adele Mills, Larrisa Nickel, Marina
            Pinksky, and Adeline Wysong. The Antelope Valley College Art Gallery,
            Lancaster, California. 
2010   Re:mark 2010 Drawing Invitational Featuring Kathleen McShane, Sara
           Schneckloth, Barb Bondy, Phillip Buntin, Gallery 307, University of Georgia,  Athens,                 GA.  
2009   Touch and Scale, Tag Art Gallery, Warren, Ohio
2007   Cultural Identity 2nd Venue, Alexey Von Schlippe Gallery of Art,
            University of Connecticut, Curator and Fulbright Scholar Brad Guarino
2007   Cultural Identity, Sofia Press Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
2005   reflections, The Akus Gallery, Willimantic, CT
2005   Faculty Show, William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut
2004   Faculty Show, The Atrium Gallery, Quinebaug Valley Community College
2004    Faculty Show, William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut
2003    Drawing Now, Kent State University Stark Campus, Canton, OH
2003    Faculty Show, William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut
2002    Time Out, Center for Visual Art and Culture, Stamford, CT
2002    Redeeming: Method and Meaning, William Benton Museum of Art
1999    Two-Person Exhibition, Veni Vidi Vici, Atlanta, GA
1998    Abstraction, Modern Primitive Gallery, Atlanta, GA
 
Teaching Experience
 Associate Professor of Art, Kent State University Trumbull Campus, Fall 06 to                              Present
Instructor, Department of Art, University of Connecticut, Spring 2000 – Spring 06
Instructor, Quinebaug Valley Community College, Fall 2002 – Spring 06
Instructor, Department of Art, Eastern Connecticut University, Fall 2004 – Spring                         06
Studio Instructor, Department of Art, Maine College of Art, Fall 2002 – Spring                               2003
 
On-line
2011    Interview with Philip Hartigan of Praeterita
2010    Flagpole review of Re:mark 2010 Drawing Invitational
2009    Featured in Notes and Observations
           
Grants
2008   Kent State University Regional Professional Development Grant
 
Bibliography
2012    Landa, Robin. Take a Line for a Walk A Creativity Journal. Wadsworth Pub, 2011.       
             Contributed a creative drawing exercise prompt. 
2002    Buntin, Phillip, Diane Dwyer, Todd Jokl, and Carey McDougall. "David Opdyke: Small World." NY Arts Magazine International Edition Feb. 2002: 78. Magazine.
1998    Cullum, Jerry. "Apt Manipulation of Colors Creates Luminous Works." Atlanta Journal and Constitution 28 Oct. 1998. Print.
 
Museum/Gallery Experience
Gallery Coordinator, Kent State University Trumbull Campus, Fall 2006-Present
Gallery Director, Quinebaug Valley Community College, Fall 2002 – Present
Exhibition Assistant, Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, CT, Fall 2001
Research Assistant for Anne D’Alleva, Assistant Professor, Art History Dept., University of Connecticut, Summer 2001
 
 
Visiting Artist
2016    Cleveland Institute of Art, Artist talk and studio critiques
2011    Residency, {Poem 88}, Atlanta, GA.   Aug 3rd – 15th   exhibit stayed up    
             through the 31st.  Moderated public discussion on the relationship       
             between mindfulness practice, interpretation and art with participants
             Robert Cheatham, Jon Cilberto, Julia Kjelgaard, Michael Elliston.
2010    Cleveland Institute of Art, Studio critiques with advanced painting
              students.
2010    University of Georgia, School of art, artist talk presented to advanced
              painting students.
 

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