Hunt Slonem

 

Biography

HUNT SLONEM b. 1951

Bringing a freewheeling sense of awe, wonder and detail to his wild array of paintings and sculptures and peaceful, mystical living and working spaces, NYC based artist and lifestyle trendsetter Hunt Slonem is considered one of the great colorists of his time.

As vibrant a dresser (favoring bright jackets and ties) and decorator (known for his keen eye for refurbishing homes and pairing vintage furniture with contemporary art) as he is a painter and sculptor, the Maine born creative force of nature is well known for his neo-expressionist works of butterflies, rabbits and tropical birds, the latter often inspired by the 30 to 100 exotic feathered friends he houses at any given time in an aviary in his 30,000 square foot Manhattan studio. Slonem has had over 300 one-man shows in galleries and museums internationally. His work is also in the permanent collections of 250 museums including the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney, and the Moreau Foundation, and is part of private collections all over the world, including those of many celebrities.

Just over 40 years since he moved to New York, and 37 years since first solo show at the Harold Reed Gallery, the ever-entrepreneurial Slonem continues in whirlwind mode. He has 36 exhibitions of his works throughout the U.S. and Europe planned for this year alone, a licensing deal for a new line of Lee Jofa wallpaper and rugs and an upcoming collaboration of scarves and totes with New York based Echo design. He is also playing himself in an independent film called “Stealing Chanel.”

2014 was an exciting year for Slonem on the publishing front. He released, in association with luxury book publisher Assouline, When Art Meets Design, an extraordinary 300 page, (280 illustrations) photography based volume that offers a dynamic view into his fantastically decorated and meticulously restored homes. These include three historic houses that he rescued and refurbished, including his “first child,” the Cordts Mansion in Upstate New York, and his two Southern mansions in Louisiana, Albania and Lakeside. Beyond its majestic beauty, The Lakeside Plantation captured Slonem’s fascination for history. Listed in the National Register of History Places in Louisiana, it was once owned by Marquis de La Fayette whose close relationship with lifelong friends such as Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, James Monroe, John Adams, and Robert Livingston played a pivotal role in the Louisiana Purchase. In a show of gratitude, the United States gave La Fayette the land which is now known as Lakeside Plantation.

Enhancing them with his transcendent, light infused décor, he pairs vintage furniture with contemporary art, including many of his own works in addition to pieces by Alex Katz and Andy Warhol. A truly magical showcase of Slonem’s ability to create spectacular spaces, the book features vivid and expansive interior photography that reveals how he combines antiques, fabrics and artworks. House Beautiful ran seven pages of this remarkable window into his artistic soul and unique world, including his legendary Oz-like studio in Hell’s Kitchen. Architectural Digest also featured the fabric, wallpaper and rugs he is licensing to Lee Jofa. When Art Meets Design includes a descriptive essay by Emily Eerdmans, an instructor in design history at the New York School of Interior Design and the interior design department at the Fashion Institute of Technology; Eerdmans is also contributing editor for House Beautiful,, and she has previously written books on Mario Buatta and Madeleine Castang.

As a founding element of his process, Slonem likes to say, “Repetition is very important.” He starts each day painting, treating each moment as one of profound meditation and channeling of God or a higher consciousness. Included in this ritual are his famous bunny paintings – the result of a daily morning warm-up that was sparked during a late-night revelation at a Chinese restaurant: that he was born in the Year of the Rabbit. His famous Bunny Wall combines his art with his passion for collecting, as the paintings are exhibited in Victorian-era portrait frames picked up from his travels across the country.

In March 2014, Slonem published, just in time for Easter, Bunnies, a luxurious, finely designed and crafted first collection of “bunny art” – an exciting, unexpected, impressionistic mega collection for adults and children alike. A treasury filled with enchanting full-color and black-and-white paintings, Bunnies features a foreward by bestselling author John Berendt (Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil) and an essay by artist and gallerist Bruce Helander. Berendt beautifully captures the magical springing to life of these rabbit figures when he writes: “Every morning, upon rising – even before he’s had his first cup of coffee – Hunt Slonem performs his daily warm-ups . He approaches his worktable where a stack of small rectangular panels awaits. Some of the panels are made of wood, some of masonite. In the course of the next half hour he will have populated all the panels with rabbits. These paintings are what he calls his warm-ups.”

Slonem has long attributed much of his prolific output to his work with channels and psychics. A spiritual sojourner his whole life who is always on a quest for soul freedom and the dispensing fear, his earliest paintings were of Catholic and Hindu saints surrounding animals. He has used his art to raise money for numerous charities (including cancer research) and wallpaper he has created in conjunction with the Lee Jofa product line has been installed at the Ronald McDonald House. Slonem combines his passions for the spiritual and historical in his sessions with a medium in which he felt the spirit of Abraham Lincoln – who regularly consulted with mediums himself – told him to paint doves for a series of works Slonem dubbed “Abraham’s Peace Plan.” Another recurring theme in the artist’s pictorial work is portrait painting, and of the 16th President in particular. Slonem has said that his portraits of Lincoln feel personal, and in surprising ways, he’s close to the long-deceased.

As the son of a Navy officer, Slonem spent his childhood on military bases: growing orchids in Hawaii, collecting stamps in Louisiana, and chasing those butterflies in Nicaragua—the place that inspired him most. The tropical landscape informed not only his process, but also his need to be surrounded by the nature he paints; he often works with a bird or two perched on his shoulder. Hundreds of birds also fill the surface of one of his largest ever projects – a 6’x86’ mural he painted for the iconic Bryant Park Grill Restaurant in NYC. His renowned sculptures include “Tocos,” an 18-foot acrylic and aluminum tower of toucans installed in Metairie, LA. A graduate in Painting and Art History from Tulane University in New Orleans, Slonem has also done large sculpture commissions of rabbits, butterflies and toucans in various spots in Southern Louisiana.

“One of my recent focuses has been doing installations in various places that recreate my studio, including hanging some of my works and replicating my furniture and feather-walls with moulted feathers,” says Slonem. “In many ways, I see my whole life as an installation itself, an ever unfolding play of consciousness that is always fascinating me somehow. I’m always after that wow factor, those magical moments where I create a work and look at it in amazement, as if angels or gnomes had entered my space and created the whole thing.  When I was young, I learned that Picasso collected chateaus, and I dreamed of doing something like that my whole life. Having reached that goal with these historic homes, I would like them to become part of my legacy, where people use them as study centers that can educate and inspire new generations of artists.”

 

Exhibition History

1951 Born July 18, Kittery, Maine

1973 Tulane University, New Orleans, Bachelor of Arts

1972 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

1977 Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY

Harold Reed Gallery, New York, NY

1979 Galeria Macondo, Guatemala City, Guatemala

INGUAT, Guatemala City, Guatemala

Academy of the Arts, Easton, MD

1980 Stefanotti Gallery, New York, NY

Martha White Gallery, Louisville, KY

Sandra Oreck Gallery, New Orleans, LA

1981 Hunter Museum, Chattanooga, TN

1983 Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York, NY

Korn Gallery, Drew University, Madison, NJ

Colegio de Architectos, Quinto, Ecuador

Centro Ecuatoriano-Norteamericano, Guayaquil, Ecuador

Saint Mary’s College, Saint Mary City, MD

1984 Barbara Braathen Gallery, New York, NY

Beulah Land, New York, NY

Dramatis Personae Gallery, New York, NY

Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, San Juan, Puerto Rico

1985 Jason McCoy, Inc., New York, NY

Exit Art Inc., New York, NY

Barbara Braathen Gallery, New York, NY

1986 Paris Green Gallery, La Jolla, CA

Semaphore Gallery, New York, NY

Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME

1987 Meredith Long Gallery, Houston, TX

O’Farrell Gallery, Brunswick, ME

Louise Jones Brown Gallery, Duke University, Durham, NC

Pulitzer Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Arreesa Gallery, Bombay, India

The Gallery, Grindlays Bank, Madras, India

1988 Academia & Museo Diocesano di Sant’Apollonia, Venice, Italy

Jason McCoy Inc., New York, NY

Harcourts Modern and Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA

Tilden-Foley Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, FL

Trabia-Macafee Gallery, New York, NY

Dede Grutzmacher Gallery, Enschede, Netherlands

Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Dalsheimer Gallery, Baltimore, MD

1989 Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Dede Grutzmacher Gallery, Enschede, Netherlands

Pulitzer Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Greenwald & Marin Modern Art, New Hope, PA

Dubins Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Delgado University, New Orleans, LA

Paula Allen Gallery, New York, NY

Images Gallery, Toledo, OH

Arent Corporation, Antwerp, Belgium

1990 Harcourts Modern and Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA

Bergen Museum of Art and Science, Paramus, NJ

Helander Gallery, New York, NY

Galerie Eewal, Leewarden, Netherlands

Helander Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

Ben Shahn Galleries, William Paterson College, Wayne, NJ

Rosendale Tradgard, Stockholm, Sweden

1991 Galerie Witteveen, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Pulitzer Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Galerie de Nieuwe Buiten Societert, Zwolle, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Academy of the Arts, Easton, MD

Charlotte Milburn Fine Art, Oslo, Norway

Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

1992 Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts, Roanoke, VA

University of Maine at Machias Galleries, Machias, ME

Helander Gallery, New York, NY

Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO

La Galerie Gustavia, St. Bart, West Indies

Antoine Laurentin Gallery, Paris, France

KEIO, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

The Time is Always Now, Hong Kong

Marta Hewitt Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

Greater Visions Gallery, Nashville, TN

Images Gallery, Toledo, OH

Tilden-Foley Gallery, New Orleans, LA

1993    William King Art Center, Abingdon, VA

Helander Gallery, New York, NY

Mira Mar Gallery, Sarasota, FL

Tilden-Foley Gallery, New Orleans, LA

La Galerie Gustavia, St. Bart, West Indies

Galleri Charlotte Lund, Stockholm, Sweden

Kunstschalter, Cologne, Germany

Lili Belle Foundation, Montecito, CA

1994 Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

Zoologisch Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Pulitzer Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Galeria Ynguanzo, Madrid, Spain

Helander Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

Fine Arts Gallery, Broward Community College, Fort Lauderdale, FL

1995 Lannon Gallery, New York, NY

Galeria Greca, Barcelona, Spain

Galeria Ynguanzo, Madrid, Spain

La Galerie Marassa, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti

Hall-Barnett Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Michalski Gallery, Manila, Cebu, Philippines

Musée d’Art Haïtien, Port-Au-Prince, Haïti

1996 Art in General, New York, NY

Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

Images Gallery, Toledo, OH

Pulitzer Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Still-Zinsel Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Alexander Brest Museum, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL

Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Stubbs Books & Co., New York, NY

KNA Studio, Nantes, France

1997 Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME

Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN

Pulitzer Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Magidson Fine Art, New York, NY

1998 Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

Marcel Sitkoske Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Magidson Gallery, Aspen, CO

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Heriard Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Witteveen Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Robert Thomas Gallery, Orlando, FL

1999 The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Vanier Fine Arts, Scottsdale, AZ

2000 Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Marlborough Gallery, Boca Raton, FL

Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Vanier Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Heriard-Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2001 Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL

Mariella Gonzalez Lerena Galeria de Arte, Punta del Este, Uruguay

Marlborough, Anguilla, British West Indies

Vanier Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

2002 Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY

Vanier Gallery, Tucson, AZ

Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

Heriard-Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL

Paula Brown Gallery, Toledo, OH

2003 Morgan Gallery, Kansas City

Ten High Street, Camden, ME

Alva Gallery, New London, CT

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Handsel Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

2004 Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY

Vanier Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona

Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL

Heriard-Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, FL

Louisiana Museum of Art & Science, Baton Rouge, LA

Millenia Gallery, Orlando, FL

2005 Evansville Museum of Art History & Science, Evansville, IN

Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, AZ

Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, FL

Galerie Von Stechow, Frankfurt, Germany

Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Don O’Melveny Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL

2006 Miriam Shiell Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Heriard-Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Elaine Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL

Gebert Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

2007 The von Liebig Art Center, Naples, FL

Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL

Olin Gallery, Roanoke University, Salem, VA

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

George Billis Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Opelousas Museum of Art, Opelousas, FL

Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, Pepper Pike, OH

Heriard Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA

Gebert Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

2008 Marlborough Chelsea New York, NY

Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Quebec

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Heriard-Cimino Gallery New Orleans, LA

Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL

Cuadro Fine Art, Dubai, UAE

Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, AZ

Seaside Gallery/Ogden Museum, Seaside, FL

Elaine Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL

2009 DTR Modern, Palm Beach, FL

Gallerie Von Stechow, Frankfurt, Germany

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Louisiana State Archives, Baton Rouge, LA

Rymer Gallery, Nashville, TN

Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal Quebec

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

PG Art Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey

Gettysburg Festival, Gettysburg, PA

2010 Museo de Arte de El Salvador, San Salvador, El Salvador

         12 Gallagher Lane, San Francisco, CA

Gebert Gallery, Venice, CA

Coral Springs Museum, Coral Springs, FL

Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal Quebec

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Thomas Masters Gallery, Chicago, IL

Museum Gallery of Modern Art, Sofia, Bulgaria

National Gallery of Foreign Art, Sofia, Bulgaria

Paul & Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, Lafayette, LA

Meadows Museum of Art, Shreveport, LA

Martine Chaisson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

DTR Modern, Palm Beach, FL

City of Varna Art Museum, Varna, Bulgaria

ARC Fine Art, Fairfield, CT

Gebert Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

2011 Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL (through March 2012)

Alexandria Museum, Alexandria, LA

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

DTR Modern, Palm Beach, FL

Weinberger Fine Art, Kansas City, MO

New Gallery of Modern Art, Charlotte, NC

Martine Chaisson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Couture Galleri, Stockholm, Sweden

2012 Mabeyn Gallery at the Chamberlain House, Besiktas, Istanbul

         Brenau University, Gainesville, GA

Miami Art Fair (Dean Project), Miami, FL

DTR Modern, Palm Beach, FL

Gremillion & Co., Houston, TX

Galeria Espacio, San Salvador, El Salvador

Martine Chaisson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

McHugh Gallery, Aspen, CO

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, CA

New Gallery of Modern Art Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Paula Brown Gallery, Toledo, Ohio

2013 “Birds and Bayous: Paintings by Hunt Slonem,” The Manship Theatre, Shaw Center, Baton Rouge, LA

Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Gilman Contemporary, Ketchum, ID

Martine Chaisson, New Orleans, LA

McHugh Gallery, Aspen, CO

Serge Sorokko Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR

Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Quebec, CA

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Weinberger Fine Art, Kansas City, MO

DTR Georgetown, Washington, DC

New Gallery of Modern Art, Charlotte, NC

Madison Gallery, La Jolla, CA

“Playscapes” Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN

Gremillion & Co., Dallas, TX

DTR Modern, Palm Beach, FL

Cuadro Fine Art Dubai, UAE

Deland Museum Deland, FL

Morris Museum, Augusta,GA

2014

Martine Chaisson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

McHugh Gallery, Aspen, CO

Serge Sorokko Gallery, San Francisco, CA

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

DTR Modern, Palm Beach, FL

Galerie von Stechow, Frankfurt, Germany

Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Quebec, CA

Gremillion & Co., Houston, TX

Alison Sprock Fine Art, Charlotte, NC

Louisiana Arts & Sciences Museum, Baton Rouge, LA

Flint Institute of the Arts, Flint, MI

Galerie Sono, Norwalk, CT

Miller Gallery, Cincinatti, OH

Quidley & Co., Nantucket, MA

Madison Gallery, La Jolla, CA

Weinberger Fine Art, Kansas City, MO

Pensacola Art Museum, Pensacola, FL

2015    Vogelsang Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

The Sultan Gallery, Kuwait City, Kuwait

Hawk Gallery, Columbus, OH

Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL

Coats-Wright Gallery, Carmel, Indiana

Imago Gallery, Palm Desert, CA

Gebert Contemporary, Scottsadale, AZ

Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece

DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Moscow Museum of Art Sponsored By the Russian Imperial Academy of the Arts,

Moscow, Russia

Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Canada

Serge Sorokko Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Galerie Sono, South Norwalk, CT

Miller Gallery, Cincinatti, OH

Tew Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Madison Gallery, La Jolla, CA

Harmon Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Napua Gallery, Grand Wailea, HI

Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation – Gallery at Center of Creative Education, West Palm Beach, FL

2016   Shaw Center of the Arts, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA

Cuadro Fine Art, Dubai, UAE

Arsenal Museum, Montreal, QC

Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT

Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR

Weinberger Fine Art, Kansas City, MO

 

 

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

1977    Artists Salute Skowhegan, Kennedy Gallery, New York, NY

1978    Large Scale Paintings, Cooper Union, New York, NY

            Group Show, Gloria Luria Gallery, Miami, FL

            Painting and Sculpture Today, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

1979    Public Mural Proposals, Pratt Institute, New York, NY

            Urban Animals, Fashion Moda, New York, NY

            Foley Square Mural Proposals, World Trade Center, New York, NY

1980    Art for Public Places, Lever House, New York, NY

            Société des Artistes Indépendants, Grand Palais, Paris, France, (selected by John Ashbery)

            Animals, Stefanotti Gallery, New York, NY

            Group Show, Gallery Yves Arman, New York, NY

1981    Urban Animals, ABC No Rio, New York, NY

            Animals at the Arsenal, Arsenal Gallery, New York, NY

            Group Show, David Barnett Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

            Group Show, MJS International, Fort Worth, TX

1982    Works on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC

            Group Show, Milliken Gallery, Converse College, Spartanburg, SC

            Annual, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

1983    Discoveries, Harm Bouckaert Gallery, New York, NY

            Resurrection, Middle Collegiate Church, New York, NY

            Saints, Harm Bouckaert Gallery, New York, NY

            L’esprit Encyclopedique, Tompkins Square Library, New York, NY

1984    New Narrative Painting from the Metropolitan Museum Collection, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico

            Modern Art, Ted Greenwald Gallery, New York, NY (curated by John Yau)

            Time Out, Red Studio, New York, NY

            Group Show, Harris Gallery, Houston, TX

            Exotica, Stephen Rosenberg Gallery, New York, NY

            Situations, Jamaica Arts Center, New York, NY

            If Culture Means Anything, Vox Populi, New York, NY

            Extravaganza, Dramatis Personae Gallery, New York, NY

            Revelations, Middle Collegiate Church, New York, NY

            Group Show, El Bohio, New York, NY

1985    Animals: Contemporary Visions, Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

            New Art from New York, Pon-Ponova Galleries, Basel Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland

            More Than Meets the Eye, Fabian Carlsen Gallery, London, England, UK

            The New Response: Contemporary Vision of the Hudson, Albany Institute of History and        Art, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY (catalogue essay John Yau)

 

            Dolls, Hillwood Art Gallery, C.W. Post University, Greenville, NY (catalogue essay by Judith Van Wagner)

            Stigmata, Bond Gallery, New York, NY (curated by Steven L. Kaplan)

            Who’s On First, La Mama Gallery, New York, NY

            Surplus, Exit Art, New York, NY (catalogue essay by Jeanette Ingberman)

            Figurative Drawing, Virginia Museum of Art, Richmond, VA (catalogue essay by Julia Boyd)

            Precious, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY (catalogue essay by Thomas Sokolowski)

1986    Narrative Painting Since 1980, from The Metropolitan Museum Collection, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ

            Group Show, Gallery Moos, Toronto, Canada

            Interiors, One Penn Plaza, New York, NY (curated by Gerrit Henry)

            Animals, Sensory Evolution Gallery, New York, NY

            Consensus, Exit Art, New York, NY

            Church and State, Zeus-Trabia Gallery, New York, NY

1987    Realism & Abstraction, Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

            Arf Art, Trabia-Macafee Gallery, New York, NY

            Gone Fishing, Graham Modern Gallery, New York, NY

            Lust, M-13 Gallery, New York, NY

            Group Show, Pulitzer Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

            Soul, Ledisflam Gallery, New York, NY

            Paper, Dalsheimer Gallery, Baltimore, MD

            Altar Pieces/Altered Statements, St. James Union Theological, New York, NY

            Fresh, Di Laurenti Gallery, New York, NY

            America 500, Attitude Art, New York, NY

            Lush Landscapes, Attitude Art, New York, NY (catalogue essay by Marc Cohen)

            Form and Content, Fervor Gallery, New York, NY

            Group Show, Matthew Scott Gallery, Miami, FL

            St. Marks Poetry Project Benefit Show, DIA Art Foundation, New York, NY

1988    Group Show, Tilden-Foley Gallery, New Orleans, LA

            Group Show, Stamford Museum, Stamford, CT

            24-Karat Gold, Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York, NY

1989    Group Show, Bates College, Lewiston, ME

            Slaves of New York, The Gallery, New York, NY

            Group Show, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA

            Made in America, Virginia Beach Arts Center, Virginia Beach, VA

            Group Show, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii

            Interiors, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

Fendrick Gallery, Washington, D.C.

                        Tropical Rain Forest, Sundered Ground, New York, NY, (curated by Lowery Sims, Stephen Westfall, Lucy Lippard)

 

1990    Menagerie, General Electric, Inc., New York, NY (curated by The Museum of Modern Art, NY)

            Feathers, Fur & Fin, Laguna Gloria Museum, Austin, TX

            Two Person Show, Bergen Museum of Art and Science, Paramus, NJ

            Field & Forest-American Landscape, Meredith Long Gallery, Houston, TX

1991    Marcel Duchamp’s Mother Potato Masher and Other Works of Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

 

            Ornithological Structures, Implicit/Explici, Chez L’Oiseau, A SPACE, New York, NY

            Heaven, Trenkmann Gallery, New York, NY

            Recent Acquisitions on Permanent Installation, Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts, Roanoke, VA

Wrestling With The Angels, Trials & Revelations, Dadien Gallery, Center for Religion & Art, Washington, D.C.

 

Expressive Drawings, European & American Art Through the Twentieth Century, The New York Academy of Art, New York, NY

 

            F WORD, Berta Walker Gallery, Provincetown, MA

            On the Spiritual, Delgado University, New Orleans, LA

1992    Freedom of Expression ‘92, Metro Pictures, New York, NY

            Best Products Collection, Portsmouth Museum, Portsmouth, VA

            Bruce Helander, Martin Mull, Hunt Slonem, Sailor Gallery, Margate, NJ

            Group Show, Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley, ID

            Works on Paper, Meredith Long Gallery, Houston, TX

            Color Block Prints of the 20th Century, Associated American Artists, New York, NY

            S.A.F.E. Portfolio, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NY

            S.A.F.E. Portfolio, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, NY

            Remote Control, This History, Palm Beach Community College Museum of Art, Palm Beach, FL

            Menagerie, American Broadcasting Corporation, New York, NY (curated by The Museum of Modern Art)

            Group Show, Broadway Arts Building, Asheville, NC

1993    S.A.F.E. Portfolio, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter, Hovikodden, Norway

            Art, Money, Myth, Palm Beach Community Museum, Palm Beach, FL

            Imagine: Art and Environment, National Arts Club, New York, NY

            Animal Magnetism, Gallery Three Zero, New York, NY

            By Foul Subtraction, Hepburn Hall Art Space, New Jersey State College, Jersey City, NJ

            Exquisite Corpse, Drawing Center, New York, NY

            Lust, Marguerite Oestricher Gallery, New Orleans, LA

            Animals, POWARS, Helander Gallery, New York, NY

1994    Palm Beach Museum, Palm Beach, FL

            Imaginary Zoo, St. Paul Companies, Minneapolis, MN

            Red Windows, Barneys, New York, NY

No Dogs Allowed, Gallery 28, Boston, MA

            Pride in Our Diversity, Colonial House Inn, New York, NY (curated by Ronny Cohen)

            Tennessee 12, Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN

            Hunt Slonem, Gianni Versace, Thierry Mugler, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, NY

            The Seer, O’Hara Gallery, New York, NY

            A Special Salute to Merce Cunningham, Cartier, New York, NY

            Miami Art Fair, Ledis Flam Gallery, Miami, FL

            Group Show, Frank Bustamente Gallery, New York, NY

1995    On Heavenly Wings: Birds: Aspirations, Manoa Art Gallery, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI

            The Golden and the Baroque in Contemporary Art, Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

            Recent Acquisitions, Colby Museum, Waterville, ME

            Summer Group, Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO

            Group Show, Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN

1996    Small Works, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

            Ties, W.E.A., Milano, Italy

            Asian Arts Festival, Feather Installation, Z Gallery, New York, NY

Gotlands Konstmuseum, Gotlands, Sweden

            Anima Mundi, Graham Gallery, New York, NY

            Energism II, Jane Thurn Gallery, New York, NY

            Rediscovering Landscape of the Americas, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC

Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA

Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX

Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY

Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ

1997    Americans in Italy, Italians in America, Teatro degli Artisti, Rome, Italy

            Modern Myth 1997, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York, NY

            The Art Exchange Show, Jeffrey Coploff Fine Art Ltd., New York, NY

            Forces of Nature, Taipei Gallery, New York, NY (curated by Ronnie Cohen)

            Pitch the Woo, Jefferson Bank, Philadelphia, PA

            Recent Acquisitions, Maier Museum of Art, Lynchburg, VA

1998    National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (recent acquisitions, contemporary prints)

 

            Summer Show, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

MB Modern, New York, NY

            New Works, Heriard-Cimino, New Orleans, LA

            Earthly Delights, Anita Shapolski, New York, NY

            For the Birds, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

1999    Material Perception, Bank of America Plaza, Charlotte, NC (curated by Joyce Schwartz)

Calm and Commotion: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

Radiant Children: Art of the East Village-1980s, Lamia Ink, NY

A Legacy Preserved: The First Decade of Collecting Art at the Michner Art Museum, James A. Michner Art Museum, Doylestown, PA

 

ARCO, Marlborough Gallery, Spain

2000    Marlborough Gallery, Monaco, Monte-Carlo

Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

Kurt Lidtke Gallery, Seattle, WA

Handsel Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

2001    XXXV Prix International D’Art Contemporain de Monte Carlo, Salle des Arts, Monte-Carlo

Best of Tennessee, Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN.

Myers School of Art, University of Akron, Akron, OH

Marlborough Gallery, Monaco, Monte-Carlo

Robert McClain Gallery, Houston, TX

Kurt Lidtke Gallery, Seattle, WA

Handsel Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

2002     Smith Anderson Editions Gallery, Stewart & Stewart, Palo Alto, CA

A Public Trust: Recent Acquisitions at the Museum of Art, The University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ

 

            Shared Pleasures: Vero Collects II, Holmes Gallery, The Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL

Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL

Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA

2003    Louis Cane, Israel Hershberg, Hunt Slonem, Marlborough Gallery, Monaco

Inaugural Exhibition, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA

Art in the Chambers, Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs, Orlando, FL

Contemporary Art from the Tennessee State Collection, Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN

Where Fashion Meets Art, Givenchy, New York, NY

Selections from the Collection, von Liebig Art Center, Naples, FL

Marlborough Gallery, Monte Carlo, Monaco

The Bold 1980s: A Collector’s Vision, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA

Orchi Gallery, Ketchum, ID

2004    Out of the Blues, Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, IL

            IV Centuries of Birds in Paintings, Sculptures & Fine Prints, Clarke Galleries, Stowe, VT;                                Palm Beach, FL; New York, NY

 

   Selections from the Permanent Collection, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL

Birdspace: A Post-Audubon Artists Aviary, traveled to Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, LA; Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL; The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY; McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown, OH

 

2005   Art and the Garden: Post-war and Contemporary paintings of the Garden, Spanierman Gallery, East Hampton, NY

 

   New York Beasts on the Bench, The Salt Queen Foundation, Southampton, NY

The Long View: Selections from the Norma B. Marin Collection of Maine Art, The University of Maine, Bangor, ME

 

The Art of the Screenprint: Stewart & Stewart 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Detroit Institute of Arts  Museum, Detroit, MI

200 Years of American Portraits, Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Recent Acquisitions, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL

Summer Show, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Winter Show, Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

Post Malcolm Modern, The Forbes Galleries, New York, NY (through February 2006)

2006   Summer Group Show, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Imago Gallery, Palm Desert, CA

2007 Wit and Whimsy, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

         Summer Exhibition, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Modern Momentum, Wally Findlay Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

2008   Political Animals, Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL

Ornithology: Looking at Birds, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

         American Menagerie, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME

The Big Gift, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB, Canada

2009   Summer Exhibition, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Near & Far: Contemporary Fine Print, Birmingham-Bloomfield Art Center, Birmingham, MI

National Gallery of Foreign Art, Sofia, Bulgaria

Museum Gallery of Modernism, Sofia, Bulgaria

The Art of the Bird, Blue Hill Arts & Cultural Center, Piermont, NY (through April 2010)

New York, Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, AZ

Winter Show, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

2010    Think Pink, Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL (curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody)

Galerie Vomel, Dusseldorf, Germany

2011     Etra Fine Art, Miami, FL

2012    Bayous & Ghosts (with Margaret Evangeline) & Treasures From The Vault, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA

 

Defrost in Time, Kim Weinberger Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Wings of Whimsy (with Damien Hirst), DTR Modern, Boston, MA

Conference of the Birds, Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ

Assemblage: An Exhibition Featuring Recent Works from the United States & Europe, Gremillion & Co., Dallas

Imago Gallery, Palm Desert, CA

Morris at 20, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA)

Collection of Master Lee, Guilin Art Museum, Guangxi, China

Treasures of Pointe Coupee, Poydras Center, New Roads, LA (curated by the Arts Council of Pointe Coupee)

 

Galeria Espacio, San Salvador, El Salvador

           L’Amour du Vin, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN

Summer Exhibition, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY

Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece

A Collection of Prominent Works, Collectors Contemporary, Singapore

Butterfly World (with Damien Hirst), New Gallery of Modern Art, Charlotte, NC

Corzine Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

Exposition de Groupe, Marlborough Gallery, Monaco

Winter Group Show, Etra Fine Art, Miami, FL

4th Annual FIA Print Fair, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI

Impressions: Selections from Stewart & Stewart, Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, MI

 

2013     Marlborough Gallery (Monaco)

Gallery Espacio ( El Salvador, San Salvador)

Art Miami – Dean Project (Miami, FL)

Art Palm Beach – Dean Project (West Palm Beach, FL)

ARC Fine Art (Fairfield, CT)

Fantasy, Fiction, or Fact, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art (Memphis, TN)

Lafayette Museum (Lafayette, LA)

Paula Brown Gallery (Toledo, OH)

Diehl Gallery (Jackson Hole, WY)

Customs House Museum and Cultural Center (Clarksville, TN)

Butterfly Festival, Dorcas E. Utter Memorial Butterfly Pavilion (El Cajon, CA)

Vered Gallery (East Hampton, NY)

Garden Party Nassau County Museum of Art (Roslyn, NY)

Mabeyn Gallery (Istanbul, TR)

Harmon-Meek Gallery Goes Green Harmon-Meek Gallery (Naples, FL)

Weinberger Fine Art (Kansas City, MO)

Galerie Von Stechow (Frankfurt, Germany)

Cloud 9 Sultan Gallery (Kuwait City, Kuwait)

Tweet New York City Children’s Museum (New York, NY)

A Sense of Place: Ten Years of Art Ogden Museum of Southern Art (New Orleans, LA)

Impressions: Selections from Stewart & Stewart, Gallery 72, Omaha, NE

2014    National Art Gallery (Sofia, Bulgaria)

Marlborough Gallery, (Monaco)

Unnatural Supernatural Honolulu Museum of Art (Honolulu, HI)

Weinberger Fine Art (Kansas City, MO)

Small Works of Art, Harmon-Meek Gallery (Naples, FL)

Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation Gallery at the Center for Creative Education (Palm Beach, FL)

2015 Artisti Italiani E Non 2, Spazio Soncino (Soncino, CR, Italy)

Aviarium, Diehl Gallery, (Jackson, WY)

10th Anniversary Show & Celebration, Jessica Hagen Fine Art, (Newport, RI)

Love/Paint, Madelyn Jordan Fine Art, (Scarsdale, NY)

 

CORPORATE AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

 

Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD

Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA

American Bar Association, Washington, D.C.

American Telephone & Telegraph (195 Broadway), New York, NY

ARK Restaurant Corporation, New York, NY

The Art Bank, US Department of State, Washington, DC

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Bahrain National Museum, Manama, Bahrain, UAE

Bank of America, Charlotte, NC

Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL

Bates College Museum of Arts, Lewiston, ME

Belger Art Center, Kansas City, MO

Bergen Museum of Art & Science, Hackensack, NJ

Best Products, Richmond VA

Bestype Office Environments, a subsidiary of American Banaco, Paris, France

Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL

Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL

Borough Hall, Brooklyn, NY

Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME

Bradbury Gallery, Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR

The Presidents Gallery, Brenau University, Gainesville, GA

Alexander Brest Museum and Gallery, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL

Brooklyn Borough Hall, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY

Bryant Park Grill, New York, NY

BVLGARI, New York, NY

Children’s Hospital, New Orleans, LA

Children’s Museum of Naples, Naples, FL

Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA

Ciano Restaurant, New York, NY

Cirque du Soleil, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Citibank, New York, NY

City Arts Center, Oklahoma City, OK

Clifford Russell, Inc, New York, NY

Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME

Colegio de Architectos del Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador

Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH

The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI

Continental Airlines

Coral Springs Museum of Art, Coral Springs, FL

Samuel Cupples House & McNamee Gallery, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO

Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH

Customs House Museum, Clarksville, TN

Danville Museum of Fine Arts & History, Danville, VA

Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, Sedalia, MO

Davenport Museum of Art, Davenport, IA

Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH

Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

Isaac Delgado Gallery, Delgado Community College, New Orleans, LA

Detroit Institute of Arts Museum, Detroit, MI

Drury University, Springfield, MO

E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Buffalo, NY

Eastman School of Music, Rochester, MO

Evangel College, Springfield, MO

Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science, Evansville, IN

Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY

Farnsworth Library & Art Museum, Rockland, ME

Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI

Forbes, New York, NY

Ford’s Theatre, Washington, DC

Forgman Co, Louisville, KY

Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN

Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain

Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY

Gibbons P.C., Newark, NJ

Goldman Sachs & Co, New York, NY

Guilin Art Museum, Guilin, Guangxi, China

The Hamilton Restaurant, Washington D.C.

Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter, Hovikodden, Norway

Hilton Guam Resort & Spa, Tumon Bay, Guam

Hofstra University Museum, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY

Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, HI

Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT

HRH Headquarters, Washington, D.C.

Human Systems Technology, Columbia, MD

Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN

Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL

IBM Corporation

Intercontinental Hotel, Miami, FL

Ivy Restaurant, Emirates Towers Dubai, UAE,

Jewish Home Lifecare, New York, NY

Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

JPMorgan Chase, New York, NY

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

Kyocera Mita Corporation, Fairfield, NJ

  1. Patrick Lannan Foundation, Palm Beach, FL

JEDCO, Jefferson Parish, LA

La Ferme, West Boca Raton, FL

L’Ermitage Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA

The von Liebig Art Center, Naples, FL

Loews New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, LA

Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, LA

Louisiana Governor’s Mansion, Baton Rouge, LA

Louisiana State Archives, Baton Rouge, LA

Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA

Marriott Corporation

Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., New York, NY

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manila, Philippines

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

Miami-Dade Community College South Campus, Miami, FL

Miami University, Oxford, OH

Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA

Miller, Anderson & Sherred, Conshohocken, PA

Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, CA

Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC

Missouri State University, Springfield, MO

Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona, Spain

Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

The Moth/Storyville Center for the Spoken Word, New York, NY

Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA

Musée d’Art Haïtien, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Museo de Arte de el Salvador (MARTE), San Salvador, El Salvador

Museum of Art, Palm Beach Community College, Lake Worth, FL

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL

Museum of Russian Art, Jersey City, NJ

Museum of South Texas, Edinburg, TX

Museum Würth, Künzelsau, Germany

National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

National Gallery of Foreign Art, Sofia, Bulgaria

Neiman Marcus, Dallas, TX

Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, NY

Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

New Museum, New York, NY

New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA

New York Academy of Art, New York, NY

New York Historical Society, New York, NY

Northfield Mount Hermon School, Rhodes Art Center, Mount Hermon, MA

Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA

Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH

Olin Gallery, Roanoke College, Salem, VA

Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL

Ozark Technical Community College, Springfield, MO

Pierce, Atwood, Scribner, Allen, Smith & Lancaster, Portland, ME

Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL

Port Authority, One World Trade Center (Mural), New York, NY (destroyed on 9/11/2001)

Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME

Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

Primavera Systems, Inc. Bala Cynwyd, PA

Princess Cruise Lines Corporation, Santa Clarita, CA

Pulitzer Collection, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY

Readers Digest Association, Inc., Pleasantville, NY

Relume Technologies, Oxford, MI

Rhodes College, Springfield, MO

Roger H. Ogden Company, New Orleans, LA

Ronald McDonald House of Long Island, Long Island, NY

Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor, MI

Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas

Saint Agatha Home for Children, Nanuet, NY

Saint Mary’s College of Maryland, Saint Mary’s City, MD

Salt Queen Foundation, Water Mill, NY

Samford University, Birmingham, AL

San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX

Sanco General Corporation

Sidney Art Gallery and Museum, Port Orchard, WA

Silvestri Corporation, Chicago, IL

Simpson Thatcher & Bartlett, New York, NY

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, MO

Sonesta International Hotels Corporation, Boston, MA

Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Stamford, CT

St. Martin Episcopal School, Metairie, LA

Syracuse University Art Galleries, Syracuse, NY

Takashimaya Corporation, HI

Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL

Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, VA

Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel

Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, GA

Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN

Thompson Hotel, Miami Beach, FL

TRW Corporation, Lyndhurst, OH

Tucker Anthony, Inc., New York, NY

Tucson Museum of Art & Historic Block, Tucson, AZ

UBS Paine Webber, Inc., Weehawken, NJ

U.M.K.C. John & Maxine Belger Family Foundation, Kansas City, Mo

United States Department of State, Washington, DC

University of Arizona, Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ

University of Maine at Machias Art Galleries, Machias, ME

University of Michigan, Art Museum Project, Dearborn, MI

University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

The Von Liebig Arts Center, Naples, FL

Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, Pepper Pike, OH

Wells Fargo, Charlotte, NC

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA

The Wolfsonian—Florida International University, Miami Beach, FL

Zales Corporation, Irving, TX

SPECIAL HONORS

 

2012    Louisiana Governor’s Inaugural Painting and Poster for Inaugural Ball

 

AWARDS

 

Rotary International Exchange Student, Managua, Nicaragua

1976    Elizabeth T. Greenshields Foundation, Grant for Painting, Montreal, Canada

Cultural Council Foundation Arts Project, NY

1982   Millay Colony, Austerlitz, NY

1983    MacDowell Fellowship, Peterborough, NH

1983    Ragdale Foundation, Lake Forest, IL

1984    MacDowell Fellowship, Peterborough, NH

1986   MacDowell Fellowship, Peterborough, NH

1991    National Endowment for the Arts

2006                Urban Stages Award for Fine Art, New York NY

2007    ARTrageous Children’s Expressions Project, Gala Dinner and Art Auction Honoree, New York, NY

2009   D&D’s Stars of Design, Award in Art, New York, NY

2013                Louisiana Lieutenant Governor’s Inaugural Lifetime Cultural Achievement Award

 

MONOGRAPHS

2002       Kuspit, Donald. Hunt Slonem: An Art Rich & Strange. Abrams Books: New York

2007    Katz, Vincent. Pleasure Palaces: The Art and Homes of Hunt Slonem. powerHouse Books: New    York.

2011   Nahas, Dominique. The Worlds of Hunt Slonem. Vendome Press: New York.

2014     Helander, Bruce. Bunnies. Glitterati Inc.: New York

Slonem, Hunt. When Art Meets Design. Assouline Publishing: New York

 

 

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1979   Perreault, John. Untitled review. Soho News, December 13.

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Anon. “Hunt Slonem Expone en el INGRAT.” Prensa Libre, Guatemala el Impacto, sect., July 3, p. 64, ill.

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1980   Landsdale, Sarah. “Mystery Is an Ingredient of Hunt Slonem’s Lifes.” The Louisville Courier Journal, November 10, ill.

 

Bourdon, David. “Made in U.S.A.” Portfolio, October, ill.

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Anon. “Running Out of Time.” South China Morning Post, October 14, p. 3

Auty, Giles. “Weighty Implications.” The Spectator, September 5.

Slonem, Hunt. “Birds in Spirit.” Bird Talk, August, pp. 8-10, ill.

Princenthal, Nancy. Untitled review. Art in America, June, p. 104, ill.

Vallongo, Sally. Untitled review. ARTnews, June, p. 144, ill.

Vallongo, Sally. “Flying Off in a New Direction—Hunt Slonem Opts for Softer, More Reflective Works.” The Blade, April 23, p. 43.

 

Findsen, Owen. “Final Friday Becomes the Main Event.” The Cincinnati Enquirer, April, p. B4.

Hampton, Howard. “On Heavy Metal.” Artforum, April, pp. 13-14, ill.

Seville, Kaede. “Hunt Slonem.” Nikkei Woman, April, pp. 52-54, ill.

Liebmann, Lisa. Untitled review. The New Yorker, March 9, p. 10.

Haroche, Kim. “Hunt Slonem at La Galerie.” St. Barths Magazine, March, p. 12.

Servin, James. “Spectator Sport: Inspirational Squawks Fill Artist’s Bird Land Loft.” Associated Press, March 6.

 

Slonem, Hunt. “Self Portrait, Hunt Slonem.” The New Yorker, March 2, p. 12, ill.

Cembalest, Robin. “Safety Net.” ARTnews, March, p. 18.

Thorson, Alice. “Initial Interest Lures You Deeper.” Kansas City Star Journal, January 19, p. J4, ill.

Schwan, Gary. “New York Exhibition Inventive Cheeky.” The Palm Beach Post, January 9, p. J4, ill.

Elton, Lars. “Eksotisk og Fargerikt [Exotic and Colorful].” Tique (Stockholm), January.

Guccione, Antonio. “Faces of New York.” New York: The Time Is Always Now Gallery, 1992.

1993     Geldzhaler, Henry (foreword). Hunt Slonem. New York: Kunst Editions.

Herrman, Ralph. “Sinnlig Abstrakt Fogelkonst.” Dagens Industri, December 6.

Slesin, Suzanne. “Modernism and Mysticism, Coverage in a New York Loft.” The New York Times, July 29.

Dorance, Scott, photographer. “The Fashionable Eye.” New York, March 29, p. 61, ill.

“Shells.” Interview Magazine, February.

Edmondson, Anthony. “Hunt Slonem, In the Realm of the Spirit.” Central and Western Virginia Arts    and Entertainment, January, pp. 20, 46.

 

Altabe, Joan. “Birds of a Feather Flock to Mira Mar Gallery.” Sarasota Herald Tribune, January 8, p. 18, ill.

1994     Slonem, Hunt. “For the Birds.” In Living With the Animals, Indiana, Gary, ed. Winchester,   MA: Faber & Faber, pp. 141-148.

 

Parish, Betsy. “Sunday Style. “Houston Post, December 18.

Chadwick, Susan. “Review: Hunt Slonem, Robert McClain & Co.” Houston Post, December 16.

Brody, Jacqueline. “Review of Toucans Print by Stewart & Stewart.” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, vol. XXV, no. 5, November/December.

 

Illes, Vera. “Tentoonstellingen: Vogels en Heiligen.” Elsevier, September 10, p. 104, ill.

Thorson, Alice. “Hunt Slonem Tribute is a Fine-Feathered Way to Honor Artist.” The Kansas City Star, August 14, p. J3, ill.

 

Cohn, Edie. “Lembo Bohn.” Interior Design, May, pp. 232-233, ill.

Anon. “Art Spotlight: What’s Happening in the Arts.” The Tennessean, March 20, p.13, ill.

Katz, Vincent. “Review: Hunt Slonem at Helander Gallery.” Art in America, February, pp. 101-102, ill.

“Der Amerikaner Hunt Slonem im Kunstchalter.” Kilner Stadtanzieger, no. 14, January 18, p. 15.

1995     Woolley, Robert. Going Once: A Memoir of Art, Society, and Charity. New York: Simon & Shuster, pp. 136-37.

 

Lorenz, Lee. “Portrait by Hunt Slonem.” The Art of the New Yorker 1925-1995. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, p. 158, ill.

 

Cadena, Joseph M. El Periodico de Catalunya, November, p. 27.

Slonem, Hunt, Vincent Katz, and John Ashbery. Hunt’s Place. Turin, Italy: Tipostampa.

Anon. “La Vanguardia.” Goya, November 17, p. 49.

Siytangco, Deedee M. “US Painter Slonem at Manila Pen for Exhibit and Charity Auction.” Manilla              Bulletin, November 18, p. 30.

 

Cohen, Ronnie. “Lannon Gallery Show.” Artforum, November 18, p. 30.

Anon. “Bryant Park Grill.” Interior Design, October, pp. 108-111, ill.

Finch, Charles. “Bird Man of Bryant Park.” Hamptons, July 28.

Bernard, Jami. “Exhibit.” Daily News, July 22. ill.

Anon. “Galeristin bringt Kunst aus USA nach Stendal.” Volksstime, Germany, July 7, ill.

Edelman, Robert. “Hunt Slonem Abstracts the Aviary.” Cover Magazine, Summer, pp. 18-19, ill.

Greene, Gael. “Forget Paris.” New York, June 5, p. 91, ill.

Gill, Brendan. “Miracle on 42nd Street.” The New Yorker, June 19, pp. 31-32.

Young, Lucie. “Two Roads to Splendid: One Long, the Other Short.” New York Times, May 25, p.C3.

Krell, Olga. “Gothic Cage.” Arte e Design. (Brazil), May, ill.

Sato, Susumu. “Hunt Slonem Beyond Audubon.” Replan (Tokyo), March, pp. 74-79.

Holiday, Kate. “Inside the Flight Cage.” New Orleans Art Review, January/February, pp. 18-19, ill.

Waddington, Chris. “Bold Bird Painter.” Times-Picayune, January 20, p. 14, ill.

Szabo, Julie. “Predicting Greatness: Henry Geldzahler’s 14 Favorite Artists.” New York, January 16, pp. 42-47.

Waddington, Chris. “There is Art Beyond Monet.” Times-Picayune, January 1, p. 17.

1996     Delehanty, Randolph. Art in the American South: Works from the Ogden Collection. Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, p. 96, ill.

 

Mitrotti, Roberto. “Hunt Slonem.” Next: Arte e Cultura, p. 80, ill.

Nichols, Ann. “Painting Donated to Chattanooga Theater.” Chattanooga News-Free Press, December 15, p. N6.

 

Foueher, Elaine. “KNA Studio-l’autre paradis de Hunt Slonem.” Nantes Pouche, December 3.

Cesbron, C. “Hunt Slonem at KNA Studio,” Quest France, December 2.

Nahas, Dominique. “Art and Sensual, Drive/Energizer 2,” Review Art, December 1.

Waddington, Chris. “Abstractions Take Wing Under Colorful NY Artist.” Times-Picayune Lagniappe, p. 28.

Osborne, Lawrence. The New York Scene 1996. Visby, Sweden: Gotlands Konstmuseum, p. 14, ill.

Cosper, Darcy. “Urban Remedy Ritual Healing.” Metropolis Magazine, October.

Slivka, Rose C.S. “‘From the Studio’, Hunt Slonem’s Birds.” Easthampton Star, October 24.

Gargiulo, Gerald J. “Art Byte.” The Independent, October 23.

Kean, Amy. “Follow Your Nose.” New York Post, July 27.

“Hunt Slonem Cockatoo Prints.” Journal of the Print World, Summer.

Sokolowski, Tom and Bill Arning. “Curating the ‘80s.” Village Voice, April 30, pp. 93-94.

Compère, Rita. “Le Paradise de Hunt Slonem.” Décor, March/April, pp. 132-139.

Janowitz, Tama. “Bird Man of Houston Street.” Elle Decor, February/March, pp. 158-163.

Colborn, Marge. “Hunt Slonem.” Detroit News, February 10, cover ill.

Anon. “Osadia y temeridad.” El Pais, January, p. 8.

1997     Hunt Slonem: Exotica. Torino: Edizioni d’Arte Fratelli Pozzo.

Cohen, Ronny. Forces of Nature. New York: Taipei Gallery, pp. 12-13.

Esser, Kevin. Street Boy Dreams. New York: Ariel’s Press, cover ill.

Gower, Christopher. “New York Profile: Hunt Slonem: Birds! Birds! Birds!” Antique Interiors International, p. 35.

 

Sato, Susumu. “Photography, New York City. A Portrait, Hunt Slonem.” Graphics Creative Showcase, July/August, p. 150.

 

Peretti, Alberto. “A Featherland. Hunt Slonem. ‘Featherwall.’” Vogue Italia, July, ill.

Ribar, David. “A Slingbrush.” Nashville Scene, May 8.

Slonem, Hunt. “‘Lucky Charm II, 1997’, New Works by Three Screen Print Artists.” B/W: Journal of the Print World, Fall, p. 45.

 

Slonem, Hunt. “Lucky Charm and Lucky Charm II.” On Paper, September/October.

Schlesinger, Toni. “Art Houses, Hunt Slonem, Painter.” The Village Voice, September 30, pp. 3-4.

Russel, Jenna. “Excess as an Art Form.” Bangor Daily News, September 4, p. C4, ill.

Reef, Pat Davidson. “Slonem’s Flights of Fancy.” Central Maine Newspaper, August 17,         p. D2, ill.

Crane, Darrin. “Forces of Nature.” Taipei Gallery Review, vol. II, no. 4, p. 45, ill.

Vallongo, Sally. “Chairs of Design.” The Blade, April 24, p. 33, ill.

Wibking, Angela. “Slonem Exhibit Features Exotic Art on Massive Scale.” Nashville Business Journal, March 31, p. 16, ill.

 

Anon. “Our Critic’s Picks.” Nashville Scene, March 20, p. 43, ill.

Bostick, Alan. “The Birdman of SoHo.” The Tennessean, March 20, p. 3D, ill.

Chappell, Susan. “NY Painter Flying High in ‘Exotic’ Area Exhibit.” Nashville Banner, March.

Mahoney, Robert. “Hunt Slonem, Jeffrey Coploff.” Time Out, NY, February 13-20, p. 44, ill.

Scott, Whitney. NY Post, January 25, p. 28.

1998    Tolley, Emelie, and Chris Mead. Flea Market Style: Decorating with a Creative Edge. New York: Clarkson Potter, pp. 38-39, 96-97, 140.

 

Katz, Vincent. “Animal, Vegetable, Mystical.” Art in America, October, pp. 126-129.

Coleman, David. “Chelsea Ring.” Elle Décor, Summer, p. 108.

Johnson, Ken. “Hunt Slonem Marlborough Chelsea.” The New York Times, October 9, p. E38.

Hogrese, Jeffrey. “Hunt Slonem’s Awakening.” The New York Observer, September 14, p. 30, ill.

Nahas, Dominique. “Hunt Slonem, Marlborough Chelsea.” Review, The Critical State of           Visual Arts in New York, October 1, p. 21.

 

McMullen, Patrick. “The Scene.” New York Magazine, October 5, p. 14, ill.

Weld, Jacqueline. Rara Avis. Books & Company, October, cover ill.

Waddington, Chris. “Slonem Walks Line Between Abstraction, Representation.”        Times-Picayune Lagniappe, May 22, p. 15.

 

Kahlil, Sean and Frank Sepe. Playgirl, January, pp. 150-151, ill.

1999   Edney, Andrew. Cat: Wild Cats and Pampered Pets. New York: Watson-Guptill, pp. 292-93, 371, ill.

Williams, John. Sex: Portraits of Passion. New York: Watson-Guptill, pp. 58, 114, 170, ill.

Battistini, Matilde. Ovazione. Milan: Electa, p. 153, ill.

Steinberg, Claudia. “Paradise-Vogel.” Architektur & Wohnen, March, pp. 72-79.

Garbarino, Steve. “Birds of a Feather.” Details, April, pp. 126-131.

Slonim, Jeffrey. “The Absurdists.” Manhattan File, January, p. 58.

Goren, Manuela Cerri. “Birds Land.” L’Uomo Vogue, February.

2000      Bacot, H. Parrott, Barbara SoRelle Bacot, Sally Kittredge Reeves, John Lawrence, and John Magill. Marie Adrien Persac: Louisiana Artist. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, pp. 24-25.

 

Adams, Brooks. “Treasure Hunt.” Elle Decor, January, pp. 204-211.

Harrison, Lorraine. Horse: From Noble Steeds to Beasts of Burden. New York: Watson-Guptill, pp. 225, 259, 277, ill.

 

Slonim, Jeffrey. “Birds of a Feather.” Madison, March/April, pp. 64-70.

Scobie, Ilka. “Pantheistic Painter.” Artnet.com, March 6.

Cook, Cindi. “He Dreams in Technicolor.” Manhattan Style, November/December, p. 219-222.

Bouchez, Hilde. “Het Huis Van De Artiste.” De Standaard Magazine, June 16, no. 24, p. 22.

Badessi, Laurent Elie. Skin. Zurich: Edition Stemmle; New York: Abbeville Press, pp. 126-127.

MacDonald, Mary. “Their Hawaii.” Avenue, May, vol. 4, no. 9, p. 73.

Bane, Carolyn. “All For the Birds.” Flatiron Magazine, vol. 6, no. 1, Spring.

Schwan, Gary. “Exhibits Showcase 3 Artists.” Palm Beach Post, April 23.

Anon. “Artist Hunt Slonem Prints in Michigan while He Paints in His New York Lofts.” Journal of the Print World, vol, 23, no. 1, Winter.

 

Jenkins, David. “American Booty.” The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, March 5.

Past Present Future. DKNY catalogue, ill.

2001   Szabo, Julie. Animal House Style: Designing a Home to Share With Your Pets. Boston, New York, and London: Bulfinch, pp. 61, 63. ill.

 

Anon. “Quirky Art.” Arizona Republic, Scottsdale sect., October 13.

Donohue, Jewel. “Hunt Slonem: Birds of a Feather.” Animal Fair, Summer, pp. 28-31.

“Birds of a Feather.” Art & Antiques Weekly, June 8, p. 47.

Szabo, Julia. “Pets, Works of Art,” New York Post, May 6, p. 48.

Calloway, Stephen. “Divinely Decadent,” London: Mitchell Beazley, p. 48, ill.

Weld, Jacqueline. “Society: Out & About.” On the Avenue, May 3, p. 2.

Claridge, Laurann. “Social Show.” PaperCity, April, p. 4.

Sloley, Emma. “On the Hunt.” Harpers Bazaar Australia, January/February, p. 79.

Rozensztroch, Daniel. “Un Loft Flamboyant.” Marie Claire Maison, December/January, pp. 164-173.

2002   Unframed: Artists Respond to AIDS. New York: powerHouse Books, p. 124, ill.

Kuspit, Donald. Hunt Slonem: An Art Rich and Strange. New York: Harry N. Abrams.

Slava, Laima. “Like Children in a Candy Store,” Studija (Latvia), December, p. 68-69, ill.

Osadchaya, Irina. “Art as an Instrument of Diplomats.” Architecture & Design (Russia), October, p. 24-29, ill.

Clifton-Mogg, Caroline. A Passion for Collection, Aurum Press 2002, p. 96-97, 102-103, 121, 159, 180-181, ill.

Dinerman, Barbara. “Winged Victory,” Arts and Antiques, Contemporary Showcase, December, p. 68-70, ill.

Woods, Vicki. “Brillo de Estrella.” Vogue en Español, November, pp. 100-105, cover, ill.

Woods, Vicki. “Sparkling Star.” American Vogue, September, pp. 16,-17, cover, ill.

Stefánsson, Páll, “Hunt’s World,” Atlantica, Icelandair, July-August 2002, p. 16-17, ill.

            Art in the Embassies, exh. cat, Regional Program Office, Vienna, Austria, p. 6, ill.

Stewart & Stewart, Works on Paper, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA

Batiste, Janice. “The Rainforest on the River: Hunt Slonem in His Studio.” New York Living, October.

Violette, Robert. “Stitch and Pixel: 21st Century Voices on Renaissance Tapestries at the Met.” Tate Magazine, September/October, p. 42.

 

Katz, Vincent. “Finches, Ferns and Fantasies.” The World of Interiors, July, p. 106-113, ill.

Vallongo, Sally. “Slonem’s Winged World.” The Blade, June, pp. 1-2, ill.

Miebach, Bärbel. “Le Bonheur est dans les couleurs.” Maison française, no. 517, April/May, cover, pp. 101-107, ill.

 

Kino, Carol. “Hired Hands.” Art & Auction, February, p. 102-11, ill. p. 103.

Szabo, Julia. “Animal House.” Traditional Home, March, p. 66-68, ill. p. 66.

Byrne, Chris. “The Original Print: Understanding Technique in Contemporary Fine                                        Printmaking,”Madison, Wisconsin: Guild Publishing, p. 106-107, 116, 117, 124, ill.

 

Lo Vetro, Gianluca. “Le Collezioni di Massimo Osti.” IO Donna, January, p. 124-27.

Kino, Carol. “Hired Hands.” Art & Auction, February, p 102-111, ill.

Kalogerakis, George. “Mind Games.” New York, February, p. 66-73.

Duran, Tony. “Each Day is Valentine’s Day.” GQ, February, p. 123-127.

Barnes, Brooks. “The Hot New Subject: You.” The Wall Street Journal, February 8, pp. w1, w12, ill.

Sellards, Jason. “Portfolio.” Genre, March, pp. 42-43.

Johnson, Richard. “Body of Work.” New York Post, March 9, p. 10.

Slonim, Jeffrey. “Grace Notes.” New York Post, March 17, p. 38.

McMullan, Patrick. “Scene.” New York, March/April, p. 20.

Geddes-Brown, Leslie. The Color Design File. New York: Ryland, Peters, & Small, p. 30, ill.

2003     Anon. “Bench Impressed.” The Washington Post, October 2, sec. H3

Slonim, Jeffrey “The Manor Reborn.” Elle Décor, November, pp. 226-33, ill.

Anon. “The Benches of Central Park.” New York Daily News, September 30, pp. 43-45, ill.

Curd, Barbara. “The Birdman of Chelsea.” Trump World, May, pp. 48, 50, ill.

Anon. “Exposition: Galerie Marlborough.” l’Essentiel (France), May 10, p. 21, ill.

Anon. “Marlborough Goes Natural.” Cote magazine (France), June, ill.

Ceber, Gundega. “American Art in Riga.” Maksla Plus (Latvia), February, p. 10-13, ill.

Bernard, S. and D. Schoeneman. “The Dish on Dinner.” New York, May 5, p. 25, ill.

Watts, Ben. “Cargo Class,” Elle, January, p. 138, ill.

Bolton, S. and G. Kessler. “Let’s Shop,” Gotham Magazine, February, p. 40, ill.

Ballentine, Sandra. “Footnotes,” New York Times Magazine, February 23, pp. 62-63, ill.

2004    Calloway, Stephen. Obsessions: Collectors and Their Passions. London: Mitchell Beazley, pp. 50-53, ill.

Steinberg, Claudia and Bärbel Miebach. Kunst 1st Essen 1st Kunst. Munich: Knesebeck, pp. 148-153.

Gallo, Peter. IV Centuries of Birds in Paintings, Sculptures & Fine Prints. Stowe, VT: Clarke Galleries, pp. 17, 78, ill.

 

Gabetti, Christina. “Stephanie Seymour: Un Eden a Manhattan.” Elle (Italy), December, p. 150-154.

Steinberg, Claudia. “Spuk Schloss am Hudson.” Architektur & Wohnen, December, pp. 82-90, 188.

Steinberg, Claudia. “Ganz Schon Exzentrisch.” Madame (Germany), November, p. 74-79.

Price, Anne. “For the Birds.” Advocate (Louisiana), October 27, Arts sect.

Weinstein, Elizabeth. “Hunt Slonem.” LASM Quarterly (Louisiana), Fall, pp. 4-5.

Keeps, David and Tony Duran (photographer). “Jennifer Lopez: It’s Hard to Be Me.” Marie Claire, September, p.114-120.

 

Camper, Fred. “Critics Choice.” Chicago Reader, July 30, sect. 2.

Steinberg, Claudia. “For a New York Artist, a Canvas of 100 Rooms.” The New York Times, July 22, sect. F.

Anon. “Where Fashion Meets Art.” The New York Times, May 5, p. B6.

Deitch, Dr. Lew. “Flights of Fancy..” Art Book of the New West, March, pp. 34 -35.

Wadler, Joyce. “Boldface Names.” The New York Times, February 20, p. B2 .

Craig, Caroline Torem. “Cultural Sushi.” Paper Magazine, November, p. 20.

2005   Meek, J. William, III. 185 Years of Women as a Subject in American Art (1820-2005). Naples, FL: Harmon-Meek Gallery, pp. 77, 137, ill.

 

Sojka, Nancy. Collaboration in Print: Stewart & Stewart Screenprints 25th Anniversary. Detroit: Detroit Institute of Arts, pp. 92-105, ill.

 

Robinson, Walter. “Hurricane Katrina and the Arts.” Artnet, September 15.

Streetman, John W., III. Hunt Slonem. Evansville, IN: Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science.

Wexler, Kathryn. “Fashion world does its part for storm aid.” Miami Herald, September 16.

Roberts, Mike. Pensacola News Journal Weekender, June 17 – 23.

Hinojosa, Cassandra. “Slonem’s Art Goes Coastal.” Caller Times, Corpus Christi, TX, August 11.

Cook-Romero, Elizabeth. “His Caged Birds Sing.” Pasatiempo, September 2 – 8.

McBain, Roger. “Slonem Finds Spiritual Side of Exotic Life, Art.” Evansville Courier & Press, June 9.

McRoberts-Mitchell. “Rainforest Foundation US 2005 Calendar- Quotes by Elton John,                                             Brad Pitt, Robin Williams. Tom Hanks, et al.” Rainforest Foundation US, [Calendar], all ill.

Serrell, Allison. “Cordt’s Mansion: At Home in the Hudson Valley”, Chronicle Books, ill. p. 72-9.

Roversi, Paolo (photographer), “Flights of Fancy.” W Magazine, April, pp. 183 – 205, ill.

Leffingwell, Edward, “Hunt Slonem at Marlborough Chelsea.” Art in America, March, pp. 140-141.

Wadler, Joyce. “Boldface Names.” The New York Times, March 3, sect. B2.

Helander, Bruce. “Bird’s Eye View.” Art of the Times, February, pp. 16-17, ill.

Afanador, Ruven (photographer). “Day Dreams.” Elle, February, ill., Fashion spread.

Atwood, Tom. Kings in Their Castles: Photographs of Queer Men at Home. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, pp. 34-35, ill.

 

Henderson, Stephen. “Dixie Dreaming’ ” Palm Beach Cottages & Gardens, pp. 72-79, ill.

Calloway, Stephen and Katherine Sorrell. “Neo-Gothic Furniture.” Obsessions, London: Mitchell Beazley, pp. 50-53, ill.

 

2006               Frank, Peter. “Review of In Flight, by Hunt Slonem, Don O’Melveny”, Art News, November 4-30.

Anon. “Two Extraordinary Works of Art,” Art & Antiques Magazine, September.

Nixon, Jason Oliver & Mackenzie Dawson Parks. “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” Gotham Magazine, Summer 2006.

 

Anon. “Albania Restored” St. Mary & Franklin Banner Tribune (Louisiana), May 12.

Shi, Jim. “Carolina’s Madison Avenue Fiesta,” The Daily Scene, April 26.

Ricapito, Maria. “A House Called Albania.” In Style Home, Fall/Winter 2006, pp. 129 –137.

Tutwiler, Mary. “Ageless Beauty.” The Independent Weekly (Lafayette, LA), October 18.

Carlson, Contance. “Gloriously Gothic,” Hudson Valley magazine, September 2006, pp. 54 -59.

Devlin, Ryan and Danielle Levitt. “Parker’s People.” Premiere Magazine, November 2006, p. 86, ill.

Gill, Kathryn. “Completed in 1874, Kingston’s Cordts Mansion has Rich History.” Daily       Freeman (Kingston, NY), July 31.

 

Pospischil, Doris. “Poison Yellow and Pink: The Exotic Worlds of Hunt Slonem.” Drive Magazine, pp. 55-59, ill.

 

Sugliano, Claudia. “Colore a tutti I costi.” Antiquariato, March, pp. 62 – 69, ill.

Linda, Sara. “Special Features – Hunt Slonem.” Florida Design, March, pp. 416-418, ill.

Champagne, Karma. “Albania Mansion Rescued from Decay.” The Daily Iberian (New Iberia, LA), May 24, p. 1.

 

Tropiano, Dolores. “Gallery to Host Artist at Reception for Current Show.” Scottsdale Republic, March 16.

Nichols, Kimberly. “The Tropical World of Hunt Slonem.” The Bottom Line, March 17, pp. 92-93.

Christopher, Valerie. “Where the Wild Things Are.” Desert Post Weekly, March 2 – 8, pp. 26.

“Limelight – Out & About.” LA Confidential Magazine, March/April, p. 332.

2007   Gearson, Tierney. “They Really are A Scream; A Hudson River Victorian Manse is the Backdrop for

a Kooky Tweed-clad Family Outing”. New York Magazine, August 27, pp. 92-99, ill.

Wadler, Joyce. “Southern Gothic: Ghosts Welcome.” The New York Times, May 31, ill.

Warren, Bonnie. “An Artist & His Mansions.” Louisiana Life, Summer 2007, pp. 22-24, ill.

MacCash, Doug. “Hunt Slonem’s Art Tickles His Fancy,” Times-Picayune, Aug 3, ill.

Gruber, Rick. “Hunt Slonem: Artist & Collector”. Country-Roads Magazine, September, ill.

Schillinger, Liesl. “Runway or Hallway, It’s a Matter of Flair,” The New York Times, Sunday, September 9, ill.

McMullan, Patrick. “Glamour Girls” Patrick McMullan Company, Henry R Abrams Publishing, p. 223.

Bancroft, Debbie. “Seasonal Treats,” Avenue Magazine, December, pp. 18, ill.

Coleman, Mary. “Ready for the Season,” Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, December, p. 125.

Hale, Lara. “The Art of the Party”, Kansas City Spaces, Holiday 2007, pp. 168-177, ill.

Santelices, Manuel. “Laberinto de Pasiones” Casas December. pp. 22-26, ill.

Anon. “Fall Leaves,” Papercity Magazine, October, pp. 78, ill.

Guarnieri, Anne-Marie. “Books,” Gotham Magazine, October, pp. 140, ill.

Miebach, Barbel. “Ekato Qwuatia Gia Evav Vovo Evoiko” Edeuporvia, February 18, pp. 78-81, ill.

LaFarge, Brian. “Birds of Paradise in a Self-Contained World” Times of Acadiana, November 21, p. 40, ill.

Stern, Paul. “Pull Up a Chair,” Black Book, June/July, p. 34, ill.

Essex, Sara. “Style,” New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles, July, p.12, ill.

Anon. “Above the Store” Louisiana Life, Autumn, p. 25, ill.

“Books,” Gotham, October, p. 140, ill.

Breakstone, Stephanie. “Fully Booked,” Elle Décor, December, pp. 54-55, ill.

Peack, Renee. “Shelf Help: Homes Sweet Homes,” Times-Picayune, September 15, p. 3.

Robinson, W. “Hunt Slonem in the House,” ArtNet.com, August 9.

Gogol, Ariella. “Books: Pleasure Palaces the Art and Homes of Hunt Slonem” Nylon.com, November 11, ill.

Doyle, Alice Welsh. “Holiday Gift Guide,” SouthernAccents.com, October 29, ill.

2008 Helander, Bruce. Learning to See: An Artist’s View on Contemporary Art from Artschwager to Zakanitch. StarGroup International, p. 86-89, ill.

 

Siegel, Fern. “Get Your Groovy On,” Neiman Marcus: The Book, April, pp. 24-27, ill.

Mussso, Michael. Plantation Homes of Louisiana and Historic Buildings. Library of Congress, p. 3, 65.

“Benefit Takes Wing,” Palm Beach Daily News, April 2, p. B4.

Vandewal, David and Alexei Hay. “Metanoia,” 10 Men, Spring, pp. 154-171, ill.

Kennedy, Eleanora. “A Well Lived Life: The Sondes,” Palm Beach Cottages & Gardens,                            February/March, pp. 66-67, ill.

 

Peveto, Ryland Holmes. “Painting the Town With Hunt Slonem,” Papercity, February p. 10, ill.

Karni, Anne, “Living: Om Sweet Om!,” Page Six Magazine, March 9, p. 42.

“Best Buddies Artists” Palm Beach Society, March 14-20, p. 23, ill.

Cohen, David “Birds of a Feather Flocking Together”, New York Sun, June 12, p. 22, ill.

“Meet Famed Artists,” The Walton Sun, (Santa Rosa Beach, FL) July 26, p. B3.

“Ogden Opens Florida Satellite,” New Orleans City Business, July 14, p. 11, ill.

Wheeler, Deborah. “A Southern Culture Debut at Watercolor,” The Walton Sun, July 5, ill.

Spaulding, Clint./Patrick McMullan Company. “The Flash” Hamptons Magazine June 20-26, p. 37.

Bancroft, Debbie. “Good Will Hunting: Birds of a Feather Fete Together” Hamptons Magazine, June 13-19, p. 128, ill.

 

Thurman, Judith, Durston Sailor, and Geoffrey Bradfield. “Glamorous Gesture in London,” Architectural Digest, February, p. 184, ill.

 

“Best Buddies Artists,” Palm Beach Society, March 14-20, p. 23, ill.

Cohen, David. “Arts: Hunt Slonem,” New York Sun, June 12, p. 22, ill.

Gist, Taylor. “Pet Project” Times-Picayune: Inside Out (Louisiana), March 1, p. 24-26, ill.

McMullan, Patrick & Jeffrey Slonim. “Society Pages” Interview Magazine, August, pp. 134-136, ill.

Frois, Jeanne. “Batchelor’s Resident Artist,” Louisiana Life, Autumn, pp. 97-98, ill.

“A Cubist Approach to Art” Canvas Magazine: Art of the Middle East & Arab World, November, p. 108-113, ill.

 

Scott, Gray and Kate Stukenberg. “Clueless,” PaperCity, October, pp. 22-25, cover, ill.

Bonnar, Karen Doss. “Opening Minds to the Power of Art” Roanoke College Magazine, Issue One, p. 12-17, cover, ill.

 

Hackett, Kathleen and William Waldron. “Living Large,” Elle Décor, September, p. 172, ill.

Abramovitch, Ingrid and Simon Upton. “Global Impact,” Elle Décor, December, pp. 144-146, ill.

Mhaae, Hpakahe. “High Creativity,” Mykonos Magazine, Summer, pp. 268-269, ill.

“Cuadro Museum Inaugurated,” The Gulf Today: Home (Dubai, UAE) p. 2, ill.

2009  Bradfield, Geoffrey, with Jorge S. Arango. Geoffrey Bradfield: Ex Arte. Plano: Panache Partners, p. 249, 282-283, 306, ill.

 

Steinberg, Claudia, & Miebach, Barbel. The Art of Living. Monacelli Press, pp. 184-195, ill.

Rushdie, Salman; Moore, Julianne; Colacello, Bob. Indochine: Stories Shaken & Stirred, Rizzoli Publishing, pp. 42-43, ill.

 

Sully, Susan. “The Southern Cosmopolitan: Sophisticated Southern Style”. Rizzoli Publishing, p.32.

Constanta, Rusty. “Toucan Play This Game,” Times Picayune, December 12, p. A14, ill.

Russell, Margaret. “Style and Substance: The Best of Elle Décor,” Filipacchi Publishing, p. 214, ill.

Jackson, Ted. “Toucan Talk,” Times-Picayune, December 22, p. B1, ill.

Yuan, Jada. “Party Lines,” New York, November 12, p. 22, ill.

Bronston, Barri. “An Art Collector Goes Public,” Times Picayune: NOLA.com Art & Stage News, December 21, ill.

 

Eichner, Steven. “City Slickers,” WWD (Friday), May 23, p. 14, ill.

Lowe, Catherine. “Brush With Nature,” Prestige Magazine, September, p. 46-47, ill.

Bartlett-Hines, Emily. “Best Solo Art-Show: Hunt Slonem at the Rymer” Nashville Scene: Best of Nashville, October 15-21, vol. 28, no. 36.

 

Henderson, Stephen. “Haute & Spicy,” Town & Country, October, pp. 130-139, ill.

Bronston, Barry. “Henry Shane Likes to Put Art Where the People Are,” Times-Picayune, December 21, pp. A-1, A-8, ill.

 

Scelfo, Julie. “Newly Married, In Search of Style,” New York Times: Home, December 3, pp. D1 and D8, ill.

Kahn, Eve. “A Collector of Houses Unloads Some Gothiana” New York Times, October 23, pp. C30, ill.

Clarke, Gerald. “Designers Own Homes: Campion Platt,” Architectural Digest, September, pp. 174-179, ill.

D’Annunzo, Grazia. “Kaleidoscopic: Hunt Slonem,” L’Uomo Vogue, July/August, ill.

“Arikonmaz ile Sanat Konusmalari: Hunt Slonem,” In Style Home: Turkey, p. 149, ill.

“Diary of the Week: Hunt Slonem,” Hello, Turkey, May 13-10, p. 30, ill.

Peveto, Ryland. “You Look Like Someone I Know,” Paper City, March, p. 10, ill.

Miller, Robin. “Archives Show Offers Lincoln Portraits, More” The Advocate, February 22, p. 6E, ill.

Schmidt, Esther & Franklin. “Jewel of the Hudson Valley: Hunt Slonem Follows an Artistic Legacy,” Victorian Homes, March, p. 36-46, ill.

 

Heines, Jessica. “Lincoln Painting Set for Display Through November,” Gettysburg Times, October 28, p. C1, ill.

 

Pitzer, Scot Andrew. “Blue Lincoln,” Gettysburg Times, December 23, p. C1, ill.

Hirst, Arlene. “Word. The Goods,” Metropolitan Home, April, p. 34, ill.

“175 Ways Tulane Has Rocked the World” Tulanian, Fall, p. 16.

2010               Hunt Slonem on the Bayou. Lafayette: Paul and Lulu Hilliard Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

 

Feen, Diane. “Painting With Passion,” Art New Orleans, Summerpp. 30-35. Ill.

Kim, John. “Hunt Slonem: Stroke of Genius,” 7×7 San Francisco, January 20,                                                   http://www.7×7.com/blogs/hunt-slonem-stroke-genius, ill.

 

Mills, Michael. “Check Out Slonem’s Rabbit Art at the Coral Springs Museum,” New Times Broward/Palm Beach, January 28, http://browardpalmbeach.com/content.

Bronston, Barry. “New Orleans-Area Collector Goes Public With New Sculptures,” The Advocate, January 4, p. 3B, ill.

 

Paskin, Murray. “Top Pick: Flora, Fauna, Faces & Feathers” The San Francisco Examiner, January 28, p. 24, ill.

 

Cheema, Sushil. “House of the Day,” Wall Street Journal, January 28.

Raiser, Jennifer. “Dish, Dance & A Bit of Romance,” Nob Hill Gazette, February, pp. 14-      15, ill.

Goodman, Wendy. “Living With a Thousand Best Friends,” New York, March 8, pp. 44-47, ill.

Willie, Jill. “Streets Boast More Than Blooming Flowers,” Jefferson Life, Spring, pp. 34-35, ill.

Platt, Campion. “Made to Order,” Monacelli Press, pp. 15-16, 23, 29, 68-70, 75.

Campion, Freddie. “Hunt Slonem,” Acne Paper, Winter 2010/2011, no.11, pp. 36-37, ill.

Morrisey, Cedric. “Zoo In My Luggage,” Russian Architectural Digest, December/January 2011, pp. 184-189, ill.

 

Weiss, Lois. “Between the Bricks,” New York Post, March 30, p. 34, ill.

Morrison, David. “The Kindness of Strangers,” in Brenau Window, Winter, cover, p. 12-15, ill.

DiaGiacomo, Frank. “Gatecrasher,” NY Daily News, June 8.

Shepard, Sherry P. “Exotic Inspiration,” Shreveport Times, August 17, p. C1, ill.

2011   Crow, Kelly. “Hunt Slonem’s Oddball Menagerie,” The Wall Street Journal, November 19, 2011.

Benson, Harry and Hilary Geary Ross. New York New York. Brookyn: powerHouse Books, p. 120-121, ill.

Art on the Hill: Works from the OHSU Collection. Portland: Oregon Health & Science University, p. 113, ill.

Owens, Mitchell. “Manhattan Transfer,” Architectural Digest, October.

Stein, Clare. “Lincoln is Hunt Slonem’s Marilyn,” InterviewMagazine.com, http://www.interviewmagazine.com/art/hunt-slonem-acadian-dreams/.

 

Nasitir, Judith. “Tudor Triumph,” Elle Décor, February/March, p. 153, ill.

Lipsky-Karasz, Elisa. “Diandra Douglas Defends Herself,” Harper’s Bazaar, April, p. 174, ill.

“Multiple Choice,” in Elle Décor, November 2011.

“Petal Pusher” Lilly Pulitzer Catalogue, Spring, pp. 26-39, insert, ill.

“Mary Bird Perkins to Auction Hunt Slonem Artwork to Benefit its Five Cancer Centers,” The Pointe Coupee Banner, April 7, p. 3.

 

Kususto, Lauren. “Colorful Hunt Slonem Lands Near 10th,The New York Observer, April 26.

“Amuse Bouche Limited Edition,” Napa Valley Home, Summer, p. 14, 18.

Menke, Anne. “Half Their Age,” People Magazine, April 25, pp. 6, 71, ill.

Moore, Holly. “Booked & In Person,” Paper City Magazine (Houston), November, p. 6, ill.

O’Grady, Megan. “Words of Wonder,” Vogue, December, p. 233, ill.

Davies, Roger. “Kathryn Ireland: Inside My Home,” People Magazine, October 17, p. 100, ill.

Needleman, Deborah. “Three And A Half Billion Men,” WSJ Magazine, October, Editor’s Letter Masthead, p. 18, ill.

 

Weidner, Elyse. “On the Town: Artful Living,” Kansas City Spaces, Holiday, p. 190, ill.

“Hunt Slonem,” Art Interview, issue 014, November.

Akar, Serra Yazi. “Ruya Apartmanda,” InStyle Home, October, p. 231-233, ill.

2012                Artunc, Yapim Nilufer. “Tuy Oyunlai” Maisson Francaise, April/May, p. 79, ill.

Alanson, Biricik Suden. “Hunt Slonem: Hepimiz kafeslerde yasariz,” Alfa Magazine, April 9.

Allen, Libby. “Artist Profile: Hunt Slonem’s Work,” New Orleans Living Magazine, October, ill.

Allen, Mike. “New Art at Hollins,” in “Extra,” The Roanoke Times (Virginia), January 8, ill.

Anspon, Catherine D. “Birds & Butterflies,” Papercity Magazine (Houston & Dallas, TX), October,

Ates, Ertugrul. “’Mabeyn Gallery’ De iki Sergi” Artam, April/May, p. 96, ill.

Bell, Zach. “Antebellum Oz,” Artlog, July 6.

Gates, Tom. “Manhattan,” Palm Beach Society, February 10-16, p. 37, ill.

Hass, Nancy. “Hamptons Classic,” ELLE Décor, December, p. 121, ill.

Ireland, Kathryn M. Timeless Interiors. Layton: Gibbs Smith, pp. 146-147, ill.

“Modern Art Matters,” Mandarin Hotel Book (Editorial), ill.

“The Morris at Twenty, Closes September 16, 2012” in “Exhibitions,” Morris Museum of Art Quarterly Newspaper, Fall 2012, p. 4, ill.

Merve, Özaytekin. “Bird Painter Living in the Wild,” Posta.com.tr (Turkey), April 15.

Powell, Jennifer. “Introducing the World of Hunt Slonem,” Kravet Inspired.News, Fall 2012, vol. 4, issue 3, pp. 10-11, ill.

Siegler, Mara. “Hunt Slonem’s Wonderland,” Avenue Magazine, May, p. 52-61, ill.

Thurman, Judith. “Personal History,” Architectural Digest, March, p. 79, ill.

Trebay, Guy. “In Constant Motion, With an Elusive Point,” The New York Times, September 16, “Styles” section, p. 12.

Shetty, Deepika. “An Hour @ The Museum,” ST Life! (Singapore), Sept 12.

Utkan, Hatice. “Discovering a Cabinet of Curiosities,” Hürriyet Daily News (Istanbul, TR), April 9.

  1. 53, ill.

2013    Walther, Gary. “The House That Roger Built,” Boston Common, Spring 2013, p. 96, ill. & p. 101.

Cobb, Kellie. “Slonem work donated to ASU’s permanent art collection,” The Jonesboro Sun, March

31st, C1, C7, ill.

Finnigan, Sean. “Butterfly Effect,” Interior Living Trends, Volume 28 No.10, Cover, p. 10, ill.

Parr-Moody, Karen. “Hunt Slonem: Collection Arrives at Customs House,” Nashville Arts, January,

  1. 40-41, ill.

Miller, Robin. “Painter Hunt Slonem Never Happier Than When He’s Winging It,” The Advocate,

February 10th, p.5E, ill.

Meek III, J. William. Images of America. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishing. p. 96, p.102, p.106,

p.108, p.112-115, p.124, ill.

Brenner, Douglas. “A Cut Above,” Architectural Digest, September, p.202, ill.

Bradfield, Geoffrey. Artistic License. Smallwood & Stewart Press. P. 206, p. 234-235, ill.

Vilensky, Mike. “Butterflies, Birds, and Black Streaks,” Wall Street Journal, July 27-28, p. A21, ill.

Kogevinas, Vanessa. “Villa de Luxe,” Luxe Interiors,Spring. Volume 11 Issue 2, p. 190-191, ill.

Gannon, Suzanne. “Artful Dodgers,” Luxe Interiors, Winter Volume 11 Issue 1, p. 175, p. 178, ill.

Fox-Smith, James. “Variations on a Theme,” Country Roads Magazine, August, Cover, p. 36-39, ill.

Hackett, Kathleen. “Creating A Scene:Cameron Diaz’s Ultra Glam Apartment,” Elle Décor, October,

  1. 213, ill.

“Seen,” Naples Illustrated, October, p. 157, ill.

Bergstrom, Anders. “Artist Hunt Slonem,” Journal of the Print World. October, p.27, ill.

Rodrigue, Wendy W. “The Other Side of Painting,” Lafayette, L.A.: University of Louisiana at    Lafayette Press. p.119, p.165, ill.

Le, Vanna. “Art of the Deal,” Forbes Life, October, p. 86, ill.

Safavi, Charlotte. “Going Home,” Home & Garden Magazine, July/August, ill.

Stinson, Carter. “Crown Heights,” Room 101, Spring, p. 40-47, ill.

Harris, Taylor. “Ciano Cucina Opens in New York,” WWD, November 11, ill.

“Designer Project: Art & Space In Montreal Loft,” Kravet InspiredNews, Summer, p. 32-33, ill.

2014 MacAdam, Barbara A. “Birds of a Feather,” ARTnews, January, p.18, ill.

Schinck, Carole “L’ Art d’agencer L’Art,” Decormag, January/February, p. 63-67, 74, ill.

Godfrey-June, Jean. “The Beauty Closet,” Lucky, February, p. 84, ill.

Siegler, Mara. “Alec and Hilaria Baldwin Make Appearance at Book Launch,” Page Six NY Post, March 27th, ill.

Ludewig, Joachim. “Vogel, Autos, Schmetterlinge,” Drive, Winter, p. 60-61, ill.

Palazzi, Helena. “Art & Musing,” Modern Luxury,(Manhattan, Miami, Dallas, Scottsdale, Houston, Atlanta) March/April, p. 102-109, ill.

Tomaine, Gina. “Hop to It,” Boston Magazine, Spring, p. 28, ill.

Cull, Deborah. “Luxe Living: Harmon-Meek Gallery Hosts Hunt Slonem reception,” Florida Weekly, March. P.16

Von Unwerth, Ellen. “Masterpiece Theater,” Numero (Tokyo, Japan), April. Ill.

Feitelberg, Rosemary. “Bird’s Eye View: Talking Art With Hunt Slonem,” WWD, March 25. ill.

Bruno, R. Stephanie. “All Ears,” The Advocate, April 20. ill. p. 1D

Johnson, Robert. “Heartbreak Hotel,” NY Post, May 11. ill. p.17

Hoffman, Barbara. “In My Library: Hunt Slonem,” NY Post, April 20. ill. p.32

Park, Mimi Chloe. “The World According To…Hunt Slonem,” Avenue, May. ill. p. 116

Huang, Grace. “One Week In New York,” Elle Japan, May. ill.

Anspon, Catherine D. “Through The Rabbit Hole,” Paper City, April., ill. p.46

Engebrecht, Julie. “City Hosts Painter With Vibrant Persona,” USA TODAY///THE ENQUIRER,

                        May 25. Ill. p.D8

“Great Reads: Bunnies,” Kravet InspiredNews, Summer., p.32. ill.

“Quintessential: Design Monographs That Are Required Reading For Fall,” Veranda. September-

October p.66. ill.

“Where to Buy: Hunt Slonem,” The Week. September 05. p.24 ill.

Fertig, Judith. “My Blue Heaven,” Kansas City Spaces, August. P.105. ill.

Assouline, Prosper & Martine. Assouline: 20 Years! Fall. P.89. ill.

Goldfrab, Brad. “The Life Eclectic,” Architectural Digest. October. p.175. ill.

Sullivan, Maureen. “Must-Do List Q & A: Hunt Slonem,” Kansas City Spaces. September. p. 86-87.

ill.

Cook, Cindi. “Spreading the Love,” NYC&G. Holiday. p.87. ill.

Eerdmans, Emily. “A Colorful Life,” House Beautiful. December/January. p.68-75. Ill.

“Wishlist: The Artist,” Modern Luxury Manhattan. November. p. 51 ill.

Benson, Harry. Palm Beach People. PowerHouse Books. p. 128, 186, 243. ill.

Sinclair, Leslie. Segreto Style. Segreto Publishing, Houston, TX. p. 14, 271, 274. Illus.

2015     Grossnickle, Jacqueline Z. “Strokes of Genious” Modern Luxury. January/February p.26. ill.

Quinlan, Adriane. “Art for Art’s Sake: Jefferson Given A Dozen Louisiana Landscapes”

Jefferson: The Times-Picayune. April 1st. p. B-1 & B-2. ill.

Bradford, Amy. “Thrill of the Hunt.” Elle Decoration. May. p. 27-29. ill.

Cook, Cindi. “Life of Reily” Hamptons Cottages and Gardens July 15. p. 92 & 95. ill.

MacCash, Doug. “The Shapes of Things to Come” The Times-Picayune August 9. p. A-1 & A-10.

Ill.

Traweek, Lance. “Beauty Before Business” New Orleans City Business July 8.

“Teamworks @ Stewart & Stewart” Journal of the Print World July. p. 7 & 20. ill.

Rossbund, Krissa. “New Season”. Traditional Home September. p. 114. Ill.

Sorokko, Serge. Hunt Slonem: Paintings

            Editor’s Choice. Harper’s Bazaar Russia September p. 4 ill.

Annett, Carole. “Out and About: Rabbiting On.”, House & Gardens UK, October. p. 88 ill.

 

 

MOVIES IN WHICH WORKS APPEAR

2015 Get Hard. Dir. Etan Cohen. With Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart, T.I., and Alison Brie. Warner Bros. Pictures

2013    Fading Gigolo. Dir. John Turturro. With Sofía Vergara, Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Liev Schreiber, Vanessa Paradis. Antidote Films.

2013    Broken City. Dir. Allen Hughes. Perf. Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe. Regency Enterprises.

2013    Beautiful Creatures. Dir. Richard LaGravenese. Perf. Alden Ehrenreich, Alice Englert, Jeremy Irons, Viola Davis, Emmy Rossum, Thomas Mann, and Emma Thompson. Warner Bros. Pictures.

2009    In the Electric Mist. Dir. Bertrand Tavernier. Perf. Tommy Lee Jones, John Goodman, Peter Sarsgaard, Kelly McDonald, and Mary Steenburgen. Ithaca Pictures.

2006    All the King’s Men. Dir. Steven Zaillian. Perf. Sean Penn, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, James Gandolfini, Patricia Clarkson, and Anthony Hopkins. Columbia Pictures.

2006    Namesake. Dir. Mira Nair. Perf. Irrfan Khan, Kal Penn, and Jacinda Barrett. Fox Searchlight Pictures.

1989    Slaves of New York. Dir. James Ivory. Perf. Bernadette Peters, Chris Sarandon, Mary Beth Hurt, and Steve Buscemi. TriStar Pictures.

 

 

TELEVISION

 

1990   “BNN Spotlight.” BOMBAY BROADCASTING, 1697 Broadway, New York City

“Hunt Slonem Report.” DAIWA NEW YORK VIEW, Japan

1991 Antonio Guccione. “Hunt Slonem: The Movie.”

1992   Amy Atkins. FOX 5 NEWS. New York City, January 1
“What’s Up New York?” PVE/NHK, Show #73, Japan, January 11
Jeanie Moos. “Prime News.” CNN, February 12

1992 THE MARTY ANTIONETTE SHOW. Channel 16, New York City, September 24

1993   GOOD DAY NEW YORK. WNYW TV, Channel 5, Nov 1

1995   N.H.K., “NEW YORKERS, Hunt Slonem”

1996   GOOD DAY NEW YORK, WNYW TV, Channel 5, March 15

2008 CBS SUNDAY MORNING, April 13

2010                LOUISIANA PUBLIC BROADCASTING, “Hunt Slonem” May 14

2011                LOUISIANA PUBLIC BROADCASTING “Plantations and Spirits” October 28

2012                STUDIO 360: PUBLIC RADIO INTERNATIONAL “Hunt Slonem’s Artist’s Aviary,” February 24

WHIPPLE’S WORLD: NY1 “Artist’s Exotic Loft Provides Oasis of Inspiration” April 4

2015    Stephanie Simon, NY1, “Artist Hunt Slonem’s New Brooklyn Studio Mixes Art, Interior Design

and Aviary” New York City, Sept. 28

RUSSIA-1 TV: Utro Rossii “With exotic world Hunt Slonem introduces the exhibition in Moscow”

Moscow, Russia September 30th

 

Худсовет, TV KULTURA STUDIO, “Today’s guest of the “arts council” – the artist and sculptor

Hunt Slonem” (Malaya Nikitskaya ul., 24) Moscow, Russia September 30th