David Harmon

Biographical Profile

 David E. Harmon was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Harmon holds an MFA in painting from Penn State University and a BFA in painting from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri. He has done doctoral coursework in visual studies at Texas Tech University. For over 40 years, David, an active studio artist, has shown his work in several International and National art exhibition venues including museums, galleries, and community art centers. Harmon has taught studio art courses to a diverse body of students at several universities and colleges including McConnell AFB-Butler Community College, Central Texas College at Ft. Hood Army base, Friends University, Howard Payne University, Central Texas College, the University of Arizona, The State University of New York, The University of Southern Mississippi, Indiana University, Ball State University, Bethel College-Indiana and The Savannah College of Art and Design. Harmon has curated numerous exhibitions at many of the schools of art he has taught at. He also taught drawing and painting at the Liverpool Institute of Higher Education as an exchange professor during the spring 1988 term from the State University of New York. Harmon has traveled internationally in Australia, Europe, and Japan. He has also experienced 5 artist residencies which have allowed him time to both create and contemplate his work in natural environmental settings. He has also interviewed and visited Willem DeKooning, Alice Neel, Philip Pearlstein, Jack Beal, Joan Semmel and other prominent New York artists.

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