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DAVID LEE ZVANUT        903-886-8053
5292 FM 2874                        http://www.zvanut.com
Commerce, Texas 75428        david@zvanut.com               

EDUCATION
1986    M.F.A., East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas.   
1979    B.F.A., East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2011    Painting and Sculpture, Goodrich Gallery, Dallas, Texas.
2009    New Work, New East Arts, Austin, Texas.
2007    "Music, Politics, Fun"', New East Arts, Austin, Texas.
1998    "Duncan Outback", Duncan Insurance Agency, Commerce, Texas.   
1997    Manana  on Main, Nacadoches, Texas.
1994    "Imperfect Perfection", Diverse Arts Little Gallery at Cafe Solaire, Austin, Texas.
1991    "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow", 817 Exposition, Dallas, Texas.
1988    "Just Having Fun", installation/Performance, Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, Texas.
             Outlook Gallery, La Assemblage, Dallas, Texas.
1987    "Just Having Fun", installation/Performance, Travel Gallery Theater, L’Assemblage, Dallas, Texas.
1986    "Having Fun", MFA Thesis Exhibition, East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas.
   
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015    Hearts For The Arts Gala, Hunt County Public Art, Greenville Texas.
2012    "Everything Old Is New Again", Ghost Town Arts Collective, Austin College, Sherman, Texas.
2011   "Cutting Edge", JRB Art at the Elms Gallery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
2010    Jacques Lamy Gallery, Dallas, Texas.
           "Digital Arts", Infinity Gallery, http://www.infinityartgallery.com/DIG10/gallery.
2009    Jacques Lamy Gallery, Dallas, Texas.
2008    Visual Arts Society of Texas National Exhibition, Denton, Texas
2007    "New", Ghost Town Art Collective, Denison, Texas.
2006    "Altar/Alter", Grayson County Community College Gallery, Denison, Texas.
            "Super Heroes", On Main Off Center Gallery and 416 Press & Gallery, Denison, Texas.
            Art In The Metroplex, Templeton Art Center, Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, Texas.
            Plano National, Plano Arts Center, Plano, Texas, First Place in Sculpture.
            Gallery Vetro, San Antonio, Texas.
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas, Santa Monica, California
2005    d3, Texas Sculpture Association Juried Exhibition, Addison, Texas.    
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.
2004    Gallery Vetro, San Antonio, Texas.
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.
2003    Gallery Vetro, San Antonio, Texas.
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.
2002    Gallery Vetro, San Antonio, Texas.
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.
            "Art Collective 5th Annual Exhibition", Texas A&M University Gallery, Commerce, Texas.
2001    "Art Collective 4th Annual Exhibition", Texas A&M University Gallery, Commerce, Texas.
             Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.
             Diverse Arts Little Gallery, Austin, Texas.
2000    "Art Collective 3rd Annual Exhibition", Texas A&M University Gallery, Commerce, Texas.
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.   
1999    "Art Collective 2nd Annual Exhibition", Texas A&M University Gallery, Commerce, Texas.
            Liza Williams Gallery, San Antonio, Texas.
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.   
1998    "Art Collective Inaugural Exhibition", Duncan Insurance Agency, Commerce, Texas.
            Art Landing, Dallas, Texas.
            Liza Williams Gallery, San Antonio, Texas.
            Wild About Music Gallery, Austin, Texas.   
1994    "daka / Zvanut" E. Litist/B. Astard Gallery, Dallas Texas.
            Contemporary Art Month, Keene Gallery, San Antonio, Texas.
1992-3 "On the Road", a series of guerrilla show/performances with the group "daka". 5001 Columbia,
             Gray Matters Gallery, D-Art, Edith Baker Gallery, Dallas, Texas; The Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas;
             The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas.
1991    "1011 Alamo Art", Commerce, Texas.
1986    Gallery Group Show, Sol Del Rio Gallery, San Antonio, Texas.
            ETSU Scholarship Show, ETSU Gallery, Commerce, Texas.
1985    "Texas College Art Show", Mountain View College, Dallas, Texas.
            ETSU Scholarship Show, ETSU Gallery, Commerce, Texas.
1983    "Southeastern Watercolorists: Talents, Techniques, and Twists in the Art of Watercolors",
            Deland Museum, Deland, Florida.
1982    "Pensacola National Watermedia Exhibition", Pensacola Junior College, Pensacola, Florida.
1981    "Hamptons International Art Expo", Westhampton, Long Island, New York.
1980    "Watercolor USA", Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri.
            "Kansas Fifth National", Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas.
            "Central States Exhibition 80", Pratt Community College, Pratt, Kansas.
            "Texas College Art Show", Mountain View College, Dallas, Texas.
1979    ETSU Scholarship Show, ETSU Gallery, Commerce, Texas.

COMMISSIONS
2015    Monumental public sculpture in Commerce, Texas “Eternal Carousel”, Hunt County Public Art.
2012    Backlit glass mosaic "Flower Song", Cook's Children's Hospital, Ft. Worth, Texas.
            Backlit glass mosaic, "Turano Logo", Turano Bakery, Chicago, Illinois.
            Backlit glass mosaics, "Sugar Foods #1 and #2, Sugar Foods Corporation, New York, New York.
2011    Mural, "Music On Parade", Texas A&M-Commerce Music Department, Commerce, Texas.
2009    Mural, "Music On Parade", Art Wall, The Catholic Foundation Plaza, Dallas, Texas (one year installation).
            Songbook Cover, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Portland, Oregon.
            Event poster, Peace Arch State Park Benefit Concert, Blaine, Washington.
2007    Event poster, 3rd Annual Gospel Festival, Nacogdoches Historical Society, Nacogdoches, Texas.
2005    Department Logo, Lubbock Christian University Music Department, Lubbock Texas.
2005    Event poster, 1st Annual Gospel Festival, Nacogdoches Historical Society, Nacogdoches, Texas.
2002    Mural, North East Texas Children's Museum, Commerce, Texas.
2000    Entry Portal, National Association of State and Provincial Lotteries National Convention, Dallas, Texas.
1995    Event poster, Clarksville/West End Jazz & Arts Festival, Austin, Texas.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE   
2004-5  Adjunct Instructor, Sculpture, Texas A&M University-Commerce.

ONLINE PRESS
    “The Commerce Project, Sculpture by David Zvanut” http://huntcountypublicart.com/?p=247
    "Art & Seek Q & A: Artist David Zvanut", by Stephan Becker, October 29, 2009,        http://www.kera.org/artandseek/content/2009/10/29/artseek-qa-artist-david-zvanut/
    "Cathedral's Foundation Firm in Arts District", by Linda Faulkner, The Texas Catholic Online
    http://texd8aed.sites.ecordia.net/default.asp?IsDev=False&NodeId=1870
    The 2River View, Vol. 6.1, Fall 200, www.2River.org.
    "Sex with Trees and Other Things Equally Responsive", Rebecca Lu Kiernan, 2River Chapbook        Series #10 (cover), www.2River.org.
    Poet's Canvas, No. 16, July/August/September 2001, www.poetscanvas.org.     

PRINT PRESS
    “Two New Public Art Projects Planned”, Greenville Herald Banner, January 4, 2015, page1.
    “Two New Public Art Projects Planned”, The Commerce Journal, January 15, 2015, page1.
    "Catholic Foundation", Dallas Business Journal", November 13-19, 2009, page 15.
    "Top Artist Zvanut Recognized" The Commerce Journal, October 22, 2009, page A2.
    "Mural Unveiled, Commerce Artist Recognized", Greenville Hearld Banner, October 18, 2009, page A12.
    Walker, Daniel, " On Display, Zvanut wins contest, work to be shown in Arts District", Greenville Hearld Banner, October 9, 2009, page A1.
    Spencer, Otha, "Art..To Make the World a Glorious Place", Commerce Journal, August 30, 2000, Section A, p.5.
    Goodrich, Robbie. "Downtown Art Gallery Walk", Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel,                 November 7, 1997, Section 1, p. 4.
    Odom, Michael. "On View, Dallas", The New Art Examiner, January, 1995, p. 31
    Marshal, Cari. "Imperfect Perfection", Austin Downtown Arts, Vol. 1, No. 1, December, 1994, pp. 2-3.
    Tyson, Janet. "Bad Art, Fun Art", Fort Worth Star Telegram, April 19, 1988, Section 4, p. 3.
    Rawls, Marc. "David Zvanut", Detour Magazine, October, 1987, p. 71.
    Stewart, Laura. "A Well-Done Medium", Orlando Sentinel, July 16, 1983, pp. E-1, E-5.
    Deland Museum Presents Southeastern Watercolorists", Center Stage, July-August, 1983, p. 25.   
    Buzz Magazine, June  2005, p.3, p.8.
    Commerce Journal, August 30, 2000, Section A, p.1.
    Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel,     November 7, 1997, Section 1, p. 4.
    Austin Downtown Arts, Vol. 1, No. 1, December, 1994, cover, p. 2, p. 3.
    Fort Worth Star Telegram, April 19, 1988, Section 4, p. 1.
    Dallas Times Herald, May 31, 1987, "Datebook,", p. 1.
    Morris, Eleanor. "Artists Banned in Dallas", D Magazine, September, 1981, p. 12.

                 
SELECTED COLLECTIONS   

Johnson & Sweeney, Attorneys at Law, Springfield, Missouri        Ms. Diana Chase, Dallas, Texas         Marguerite Teresa Green & Associates, Inc., Dallas, Texas       Mr. Alan Webb, Greenville, Texas         Magna & Lowman Interior Design, Dallas, Texas        Hay Corporation, Dallas, Texas          Koger Center, San Antonio, Texas        Mrs. Mary McDermott Cook, Dallas, Texas           Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, Johnson City, Texas             Ms. Laura Hunt, Dallas, Texas         Mr. & Mrs. Robert LaTorre, Dallas, Texas        Turano Bakery, Chicago, Illinois         Mr. William J. Carey, Dallas, Texas        Mr. Jay Brousseau, Dallas, Texas        Jim & Dean Calvert, Cambell, Texas           Derek Hansen, Austin, Texas       Mr. George Davis, Kailua, Hawaii.        Maggie McDevitt, Marin, California         Mr. & Mrs. Ward Huey, Dallas, Texas        Dr. Richard Long, St. Louis, Missouri       Mr. Michael Gully, San Antonio, Texas Ms. Melanie Griffith, Hollywood, California         Ken and Kathy Miller, Commerce, Texas        Texas A&M-Commerce      Graceland Fruit, Frankfort, Michigan  Mr. Sean Brady, St. Louis, Missouri      Ms. Alison Hansen, Garland, Texas      Mr. & Mrs. Paul Sutton, Ardmore, Oklahoma        Dr. Bob Abney, San Diego, California        The Catholic Foundation, Dallas, Texas      Ms. Charla Wood. Austin, Texas     Andrea Ando, Boston, Massachusetts        Vantage Corporation, Dallas, Texas         Texas Lottery Commission, Austin, Texas       Correlations Inc., Dallas, Texas        Cook's Children's Hospital, Ft. Worth, Texas         Mr. & Mrs. Janet Duncan, Commerce, Texas          Sugar Foods Corporation, New York, New York        Live Oak Professional Center, Commerce, Texas             Northeast Texas Children’s Museum, Commerce, Texas        Mr. Harold McMillan, Austin, Texas           Mr. Brett Barto, Fort Worth, Texas Catholic Charities of Ft. Worth, Texas         Mr. & Mrs. James Asaff, Dallas, Texas          Dr. & Mrs. Kevin McBride, Dallas,        Texas Festival Hill at Roundtop, Texas     Thomas K. Gorman High School, Tyler, Texas          "Scoot" and Caroline Chaney, Commerce, Texas         Mr. Patrick Siembieda, Dallas, Texas         Ms. Janice Hewitt, Commerce, Texas     Dr. and Mrs. Christopher White, Denver, Colorado         Mr. Ralph Royal, Houston, Texas          Sharon and Walter Sanders, Marble Falls, Texas         Bob and Sherry Johnson, Commerce, Texas
John and Julie Horn, Greenville, Texas    Vic Hunt, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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