Cheryl Goldsleger

 

Cheryl Goldsleger Statement

“It is a strange situation. The space we love is unwilling to remain permanently enclosed. It deploys and appears to move elsewhere without difficulty; into other times, and on different planes of dream and memory.” -The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard

         Bachelard writes that the spaces we know and inhabit have as profound an impact on us as we do with them. Public space is the central character, the protagonist, in my work. My interest stems from the idea that a society’s public space reveals aspects of how it is organized, its needs and its collective thinking. It intrigues me because of its shared communal nature. The places where people gather and interact are filled with invisible history and tension. It is that accrual of experiences and sense of abiding existence that I attempt to depict in my work. Through it, I explore ideas about isolation, communication, human interaction and time. It provides opportunities to question what is real and investigate how we see and understand the world.

         Drawing is important to all of my work in the varied techniques I employ and in the materials I use. Specific sources and imagined spaces combine in my drawings and my encaustics embedded with three-dimensional prototyped forms. Attributes are not fixed in my work; my hope is that the viewer’s experiences will be woven into the understanding of each piece and one’s own ideas and interpretations will emerge.

 

RESUME     

Current Position

Morris Eminent Scholar in Art, Department of Art, Augusta University, Augusta, Georgia

Selected Solo and Two Person exhibitions

Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Cheryl Goldsleger: New Work, 2016 (upcoming)

C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland, Chul Hyun Ahn and Cheryl Goldsleger, 2015

University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, Wilson Hall Gallery,

The NAS Project and Other Works, 2014

National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, The NAS Project, 2013

Circle Gallery, College of Environment+Design, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, Schema, 2013

Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2007

Kidder Smith Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, 2006, 2003

Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Investigations, 2006

National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 2005

Morris Museum, Augusta, Georgia, 2005

Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, New York, New York, 2005, 2002, 2001, 1999, 1998, 1996

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, utopia, 2003

Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, 2003, 1999

Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, Improvisations, 2002.

Traveled to: Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon, Georgia, 2002;

The Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina, 2002; 1708 East Main Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, 2003

GSI Fine Art, Cleveland, Ohio, Herb Jackson and Cheryl Goldsleger, 2001

Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1998

Arden Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, 1996, 1995, 1992, 1990, 1988

Stephen Rosenberg Gallery, New York, New York,

Combined Perspective: Cheryl Goldsleger and Andrew Topolski, 1994

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994, 1989, 1983, 1980

Palazzo Casali, Cortona, Italy, 1993

Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, New York, 1993, 1991, 1989, 1987, 1984, 1982

Brenda Kroos Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, 1993

Jessica Berwind Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1992

Ann Jaffe Gallery, Miami, Florida, 1991

Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1990

Albany Museum of Art, Albany, Georgia, 1990

Arkansas State University, State University, Arkansas, Two-Person Exhibition, 1989

Wellington B. Gray Art Gallery, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 1986

High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, 1985

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1985

University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida, Two-Person Exhibition, 1984

Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi, 1983

Carrol Reece Museum, Johnson City, Tennessee, 1983

The Progressive Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, 1983

Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger and Donald Shambroom, 1981

Danna Fine Arts Center, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana, Two-Person Exhibition, 1980

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, Close Readings:

American Abstract Art from the Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery, 2016 (upcoming)

Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, Artists Select, 2016 (upcoming)

J. Wayne Stark Gallery, Texas A&M University, College Station Texas, Heated Exchange, 2016

Blue Spiral 1 Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina, Intersect: Art + Architecture, 2015

C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland, Extending the Line 3D, 2014

The McKinney Art Center, Dallas, Texas, MAC 20, 2014

Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, Georgia, See Through Walls, 2014

Art Center Sarasota, Sarasota, Florida, Heated Exchange, 2014

Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina,

In Pursuit of Strangeness…, 2013

Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, 50 50 50 Exhibition, 2013

Harper Center for the Arts, Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina and

Upstairs Gallery, Tryon, North Carolina, Heated Exchange, 2012-2013

Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, Paper, 2011

Inaugural Exhibition, Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art, Piedmont College, Demorest, Georgia, 2011

Art Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, Cumberland Gallery Exhibition, 2011, 2010

Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles, California, Cumberland Gallery Exhibition, 2010

The National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, A History in Art and Architecture, 2009-2010

Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon, Georgia, Painter’s Reel, 2009.

Parkland Gallery, Champaign, Illinois, Tabula Rasa, A Drawing Exhibition, 2008

Curators and Catalogue essays: Joan Stolz and Matthew Watt

Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, Intelligent Design, 2008

Museum of the Arts, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia,

2008; The Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic Exhibition. Traveled to: Vanderbilt

University, Nashville Tennessee, SECAC Conference, 2006, University of San Antonio,

San Antonio, Texas, 2007; McKinney Contemporary Art Center, Dallas, Texas, 2008.

Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, New York, A Time to Build and A Time to Tear Down, 2007

Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, The Unseen, 2007

Kidder Smith Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, The Bridge Art Fair, London, England, 2007

Kidder Smith Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Art Expo Chicago, 2007

Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, New York, New York, Palm Beach Art Fair, 2007

American Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden, Art in Embassies Program, US Government, 2007

Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Clibanoff and Goldsleger: Drawing Spaces, 2006

Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina, Elements of Style, 2006

Kidder Smith Gallery, The Bridge Art Fair, Miami, Florida, 2006

Gallery Siano, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Order(ed), 2006

Brenau University President Gallery, Gainesville, Georgia, Artist as Alchemist, 2006

Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, Small Packages, 2006

Gallery Joe, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Grid Lock, 2006

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, Drawn in Georgia, 2006

Boon Gallery, Salem, Massachusetts, Cool and Collected, 2005

Fifth Floor Gallery, New York, New York, Recent Works Exhibition, 2004

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, Wayne Kline & Rolling Stone Press, 2004

Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South, Carolina,

Building for the Future, Thirty Years on Heritage Green, 2004

The Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, Alabama, Huntsville Collects, 2003

Krannert Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois, Drawings of Choice from a

New York Collection. Traveled to: Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas;

Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia; Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick,

Maine; Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2002 – 2003

Kidder Smith Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Artists of the Gallery, 2002

Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, New York, New York, Intrepid, 2002

Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, Etchings and Monoprints, 2002

Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina,

Eye in the Sky, 2002

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, Artists of the Heath Gallery, 2002

Union Grove Gallery, University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, Structure and

Perception: Three Voices of Minimalism, 2002

TIAA/ CREF Gallery, New York, New York, The Order of Things, curated by ViArt, 2002

The Space, New York, New York, VanDeb Editions 1999-2002, 2002

Rudolph E. Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina,

Women’s National Art Invitational Exhibition, 2002

Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, New York, New York, Time and Place, 2001

Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Introductions, 2001

Brenau University, Gainesville, Georgia, Marking Time: Contemporary Drawings, 2001

North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina, Interiors, 2000

Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, New York, New York, (un)resolved), 2000

Creative Resource Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan, Abstraction, 2000

WARD Gallery, Harbor Springs, Michigan, Geometric Abstraction, 2000

Pratt Institute of Art, New York, New York, Women and Geometric Abstraction, 1999

Exhibited at the Pratt Manhattan and Pratt Institute, Brooklyn

Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey, Waxing Poetic: Encaustic Art in America.

Traveled to: The Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1999-2000

Greystone Gallery, San Francisco, California, Recent Acquisitions, 1999

University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, Two-Person Exhibition, 1999

C. Kermit Ewing Gallery, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee,

Affinities with Architecture, 1998. Traveled to: Biggin Gallery, Auburn University,

Auburn, Alabama, 1998; Belk Gallery, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee,

North Carolina; Carroll Reece Museum, Johnson City, Tennessee; Anderson Gallery,

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia; The University of Central

Florida Art Gallery, Orlando, Florida; and Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, 1999

Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Abstraction, 1998

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Arts Festival of Atlanta: Gallery District Group Exhibition, 1997

Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy, Artist-in-Residence Exhibition, Traveled to

University of Georgia, 1984, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993.1992, 1991, 1990

Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York, A Walk in the Woods, 1996

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, Nine Women in Georgia, 1996.

Lee Hansley Gallery, Raleigh, North Carolina, Wet Paint, 1996

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Minimal Expressions II, 1996

New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana, New Orleans Triennial, 1995

Stephen Rosenberg Gallery, New York, New York, Paint and Paper, 1995

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Minimal Expressions, 1995

University of Montevallo, Montevallo, Alabama, Architectonic Structuring, 1995

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, New York, 1994

Jessica Berwind Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Gallery Artists, 1994

Galerie Natkin-Berta, Paris, France, Artists and Objects, 1993

Arden Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Painted Surface, 1993

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Exhibition of Artist's Drawings, 1992

Il Centro Espositivo della Rocca Paolina, Perugia, Italy,

Presenze: An Exhibition of Foreigners Working in Italy, 1991

Jessica Berwind Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Group Exhibition, 1991, 1990, 1989

Nexus Center for Contemporary Art, Atlanta, Georgia, Vital Signs, 1991

High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, Recent Acquisitions, 1990

Brenda Kroos Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, Group Exhibition, 1990

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Implied Presence, 1990

Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, Drawings from the Collection, 1989

Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC, 41st Biennial Exhibition of American Painting.

Traveled to: New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana; Norton Gallery,

West Palm Beach, Florida; Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia, 1989

Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, Florida, Beyond Minimalism, 1989

Palazzo Casali, Cortona, Italy, City on a Hill, Church of San Stae, Venice, Italy,

Ann Jaffe Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, 20th Anniversary Exhibition, 1989

Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1988

Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, State of the Arts: Georgia, 1988

Nexus, Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia Artists Show, 1988

Lannan Museum, Lake Worth, Florida, Recent Acquisitions, 1987

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, New York, 1987

Arden Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Dimensions, 1987

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

RJR/Southeast Seven Ten Fellowship Exhibition. Traveled to The Cheekwood Fine Arts Center, Nashville, Tennessee, 1987

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, SECCA Seven, A Ten Year Survey, 1987

Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, Paper Work, 1987

Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, 51st Annual Midyear Exhibition, 1987

East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee, Positive/Negative, 1986

Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, Recent Acquisitions, 1986

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Gallery Artists, 1986, 1985

Ivan Dougherty Gallery, City Art Institute, Sydney, Australia,

Drawing Invitational, An Exhibition from New York, 1986

Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina, Southern Comfort/Discomfort, 1986

New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana, New Orleans Triennial, 1986

Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, Minnesota,

A Sense of Place: Contemporary Southern Art, 1986

Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, National Women's Show, 1986

Valencia Community College, Orlando, Florida, Interior as Metaphor, 1985

Knight Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina, Drawings, 1985

Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina, Places, 1985

Alternative Museum, New York, New York, Artists of the Southeast, 1985

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia,

Drawings: Seven Points of View, touring exhibition, 1985-1987

University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi,

Simplicity/Complexity: Five Artists from the Southeast, 1985

The Equitable Gallery, New York, New York, Contemporary Art Acquisitions: 1980-1983, 1984

Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York, Hard Line, 1984

Klein Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, Habitats, 1983.

Traveled to: Wright Museum, Beloit, Wisconsin

Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Spectrum, 1983

The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Connections, 1983

Heath Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982

The New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio Selections: I, 1982

Charles Foley Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, Longitudes and Latitudes, 1982

Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, New York, Ten-Year Survey, 1982

Huntington Galleries, Huntington, West Virginia, Work on Walls, 1982

Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina, Appalachian

National Drawing Show, Purchase Prize, 1981

Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York, Members’ Gallery Exhibition, 1981

Ohio Foundation on the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, Studio Selections, 1981

OCLC, through the Ohio Foundation on the Arts, Dublin, Ohio, 1981

Museum of Modern Art, Lisbon, Portugal, Lisbon Drawing International, catalogue, 1981

Albany Museum of Art, Albany, Georgia, Art and Georgia Exhibition, 1981

Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, Florida, River City Arts Festival, 1981

Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio, Art on Paper, 1980

Quinlan Art Center, Gainesville, Georgia, Paperworks '80 Southeast, 1980.

Traveled to: Chattahoochee Valley Art Association, LaGrange, Georgia;

Third Floor Gallery, Forest Avenue Consortium, Atlanta, Georgia; Sawhill

Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia; University of

West Florida, Pensacola, Florida; Danna Fine Arts Center, Loyola University,

New Orleans, Louisiana; Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, Georgia.

Stedman Art Gallery, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, Rutgers National Drawing '79,

1979. Traveled to: University Art Gallery, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina,

Personal Statements: Drawing, 1979

Salisbury State College, Salisbury, Maryland, 1979

 

Selected Awards and Commissions

Certificate of Merit, Southeastern College Art Conference, 2014

Commission, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia, 2005-2009

Commission, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina, Painting, 2003

Artist Grant, The Fifth Floor Foundation, New York, New York, 1999

La Napoule Foundation Fellowship, La Napoule, France, 1995

Purchase Award, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, New

York, Childe Hassam Purchase Fund, 1994

US/France Fellowship, Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France, 1993

Senior Artist's Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC, 1991

Exhibition Grant, Georgia Council for the Arts, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991

Commission, print for the Georgia Governor's Awards in the Arts, 1989

Purchase Award, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, New

York, Childe Hassam Purchase Fund, 1988

RJR/SECCA Fellowship, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art,

Winston Salem, North Carolina, 1986

Artist Initiated Grant, Georgia Council for the Arts, Atlanta, Georgia, 1983

Senior Artist's Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC, 1982

Senior Artist's Fellowship, Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, Ohio, 1982

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Council on the Arts,

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Artist's Fellowship, 1981

 

Selected Professional Presentations and Committees

Morris Eminent Scholar in Art presentation on my work, Augusta University, Augusta, Georgia, 2015

Eminent Scholar, University of Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama, 2014

Presentations, workshops, and critiques.

Southeast College Arts Conference, Sarasota, Florida, Panelist, Heated Exchange Session One, 2014

Lecture on my work, College of Environment + Design, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 2013

Panelist, Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic, School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University,

2008; SECAC Conference, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 2006

Lecture on my work, Department of Art, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina 2007

Lecture on my work, Department of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 2006

Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic Panel, SECAC Conference, Vanderbilt University,

Nashville, Tennessee, 2006

Encaustic Workshop and Lecture, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida, 2006

Lecture on my work, George Washington University, Washington, DC, 2006

Lecture on m work, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta Georgia 2005

Chair, Session Panel, College Art Association National Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

Session entitled: Drawing Dialogues, 2005

Encaustic Workshop and Lecture, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina 2004

Panelist and Presenter, College Art Association National Meeting, New York, New York, 2003

Session entitled: Sideways Glances: Modernist Architecture Seen through the

Eyes of Contemporary Artists. Presentation: Visible: Phantom Architecture.

Panelist, Artists and Architecture, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, 2003

Encaustic Workshop and lecture on my work, Department of Art,

University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia 2003

Lecture on my work, Art Beat Series, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia, 2003

Encaustic Workshop, Atlanta Youth Connection, Atlanta, Georgia 2003

Chair of the International Committee, College Art Association, New York, New York, 2001-2003,

Chair, International Task Force, 2000-2001, Member, 1999-2000

Panel Chair, International Committee Conference Session, Resources and Information

on International Opportunities for Artists, Scholars, Faculty and Students,

College Art Association Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2002

Lecture on my work, Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, 2002

Lecture on my work, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina, 2002

Speaker, Exhibition Walk-through, Drawings of Choice from a New York Collection,

Krannert Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois, 2002

Speaker, Symposium: Structure and Perception: Three Voices of Minimalism,

University of Huntsville, Huntsville, Alabama, 2002

Session Chair, International Task Force Roundtable Panel Session,

College Arts Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 2001

Interview and inclusion in SmArtistic: Experiencing Academics Through the Arts, a 30

minute television program to infuse the arts into all aspects of classroom learning.

Produced by PeachStar Education Series and the Georgia Council for the Arts, 2001

Panelist, Southeastern College Art Conference, Norfolk, Virginia, “What’s in an

Assignment: Vital Dialogue or Archaic Terminology?”

Paper Title: “More Than Just Looking at the Pictures”, 1999

Lecture on my work and graduate critiques, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1999

Lecture on my work, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina, 1999

Member, Nominating Committee, College Art Association, New York, New York, 1998

Artist-in-Residence and lectures on my work, University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program,

Cortona, Italy, summers of 1979, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997

Chair, Session Panel, College Art Association National Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts

Session entitled: Painters Who Don’t Paint, 1996

Lecture on my work, University of Huntsville, Alabama, Philosophy Department,

Interdisciplinary lecture series on the ‘Meaning of Art,’ 1996

Lecture on my work, University of Montevallo, Montevallo, Alabama, 1995

Lecture on my work, Stephen Rosenberg Gallery, New York, New York

in conjunction with the exhibit Combined Perspective, 1994

Honorary State Artist, Georgia Art Education Association, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992

Panelist, Arts Midwest Arts Council, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1992

Panelist, Southern Arts Federation, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992

Lecture on my work, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, Women in Art History Class, 1991

Panelist, Beyond Minimalism Symposium, Ringling School of Art, Sarasota, Florida, 1989

Encaustic Workshop and Lecture, University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, 1987

Panelist, National Endowment for the Arts Artist’s Fellowship Awards,

Washington, DC, Drawing, Prints, Artist's Books, 1985

Encaustic Workshop and Lecture, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1985

Artist-in-Residence, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi, 1983

 

Selected Publications

The Structure of World History, by Kojin Karatani, artwork for cover: Chambers,

published by Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, 2014

Extending the Line 3D, catalog, C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland.

Essay by Fran Kaufman, Kaufman Vardy Projects, 2014

Cheryl Goldsleger: The NAS Project, catalog, National Academy of Sciences,

Washington, DC, 2013. Essay by Dr. Rena Hoisington.

Issues in Science and Technology, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC,

Volume XXV, Number 2, Winter 2013, Cover and pages 38 – 45.

Convergence, The Art Collection of the National Academy of Sciences, edited by

JD Talasek and Alana Quinn, Cultural Programs of the National Academy

of Sciences, Washington, DC, 2012

Heated Exchange, Contemporary Encaustic, catalog, curator Reni Gower, 2012

Issues in Science and Technology, 25th Anniversary Issue, National Academy of Sciences,

Washington, DC, Volume XXIX, Number 4, Summer 2009, pages 62–86.

Art, A Personal Journey, Davis Art Publication, Worcester, Massachusetts,

One reproduction, Solar House, 2009

Drawing Structure and Vision, by Joanne Stryker and Fritz Drury, Prentice Hall,

Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, Five drawings reproduced: Plateau,

Vortex, Echo, Centrum II, Extended, Complex, 2009.

The Tampa Review, University of Tampa Press, Tampa, Florida, “Portal,” drawing by

Cheryl Goldsleger. Volume 35, Spring 2008.

Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, Corvallis, Oregon, Women’s Building and

YWCA II, paintings by Cheryl Goldsleger. Volume 24, Number 2, Winter 2008

Tabula Rasa,by Joan Stolz and Matthew Watt. Parkland Gallery, 2008

The Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic Exhibition, catalog, curator: Reni Gower,

Essays by Joanne Mattera and Virginia Spivey, 2007

Order(ed), catalogue, Gallery Siano, curator: Julie Karabenick, essay by Roberta Fallon, 2006

utopia, work by Cheryl Goldsleger, catalog, Museum of Contemporary Art

of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia. Essay by Rex Weil, 2003

Drawings of Choice from a New York Collection, catalog, Krannert Museum,

University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois. Curator: Josef Helfenstein.

Catalogue essays by Josef Helfenstein and Jonathan Fineberg, 2002

Artists of the Heath Gallery, 1963 - 1998, catalog, Museum of Contemporary Art

of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia. Curator and essays by John Howett,

Laura Lieberman and Gudmund Vigtel, 2002

Cheryl Goldsleger, Improvisations, Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston,

Charleston, South Carolina. Essays by Ron Platt and Mark Sloan, 2002

The Art of Encaustic Painting, by Joanne Mattera, Watson-Guptill Publications, New York, 2001

Spirit Maps, by Joanna Arettam, Red Wheel/Weiser, LLC, York Beach, Maine, 2001

Interiors, catalogue, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Curator and essay by Huston Paschal. 2000

Waxing Poetic, Encaustic Art in America, catalog, Montclair Museum of Art, Montclair,

New Jersey. Essays by Gail Stavitsky, Daniele Rice, and Richard Frumess, 1999

Cheryl Goldsleger, catalog, Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, New York, New York.

Essay by Lilly Wei, 1999

Affinities with Architecture, catalog, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Curator: Sam Yates, essay by Marya Roland, 1998

A Walk in the Woods, catalog, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York.

Curator and essay by Karen Shaw, 1996

Nine Women in Georgia, National Museum of Women in the Arts,

Washington, DC. Curator and essay by Gudmund Vigtel, 1996

1995 New Orleans Triennial, catalog, New Orleans Museum of Art,

New Orleans, Louisiana. Curator and essay by Dan Cameron, 1995

Probation & Parole, by Howard Abadinsky, 5th Edition, artwork for cover,

published by Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1994

Cheryl Goldsleger, catalog, Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, New York, 1993

Cheryl Goldsleger, catalog, Palazzo Casali, Cortona, Italy. Essay by Marco Scotini, 1993

100 Years of Painting in Georgia, book, author Gudmund Vigtel. Published

by Alston and Bird Law Firm, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992

The 41st Biennial of Contemporary American Painting, catalog,

The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Curator and essay by William Fagaly, 1989

Cheryl Goldsleger, Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, New York.

Essay by Dr. Carla Schulz-Hoffmann, 1989

City on a Hill, catalog, Palazzo Casali, Cortona, Italy; Church of San Stae, Venice, Italy; and the Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia, 1989

SECCA Seven 10, catalog, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art,

Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Essay by Jon Meyer, 1987

Drawing-Invitational, An Exhibition from New York, catalog,

Ivan Dougherty Gallery, City Art Institute, Sydney, Australia, 1986

A Sense of Place, Contemporary Southern Art, catalog, Minneapolis College of Art

and Design, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Essay by Eleanor Heartney, 1986

1986 New Orleans Triennial, catalog, The New Orleans Museum of Art,

New Orleans, Louisiana. Curator and essay by Douglas G. Schultz, 1986

Southern Comfort/Discomfort, catalog, Mint Museum,

Charlotte, North Carolina. Essay by Jon Meyer, 1986

Cheryl Goldsleger Architectural Paintings and Drawings,

The High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia. Interview by Peter Morrin, 1985

Connections, catalog, The Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania,

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Curator and essay by Janet Kardon, 1983

Lisbon International Drawing Exhibition, catalog, Museum of Modern Art, Lisbon, Portugal, 1981

 

Selected Reviews, Articles, Citations

The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, review, Line of Site, by Tim Smith, April 17, 2015

Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheryl_Goldsleger, Cheryl Goldsleger, 2015

Burnaway Inc., www,burnaway.org, review, Studio Visit: Cheryl Goldsleger, by Sherri Caudell, January, 14, 2015

Burnaway Inc., www,burnaway.org, review, Zuckerman’s Inaugural Shows Break Down Historical Barriers, by Sherri Caudell, March 31, 2014

The Herald Sun, Durham, North Carolina, review, Dual Exhibit a Win All Around, by Blue Greenberg. June 27, 2013

Creative Loafing, Rummaging through ATL museums’ permanent collections, by Cinque Hicks, January 17, 2011

Nashville Scene, Nashville Tennessee, Intelligent Design, by C. Kreyling, January 12, 2008

Boston Globe, Boston Massachusetts, Pick of the Week, by Cate McQuaid, June 22, 2006

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Artists who imagine…, by Edith Newhall, May 19, 2006

Philadelphia City Paper, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Drawing Spaces, by Ellen Minsavage, June 1, 2006

Philadelphia Weekly, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, All Spaced Out, by Roberta Fallon, May 24 - 30, 2006

ArtNet Magazine, online, Social Structure, by Donald Kuspit, July 5, 2005 http://www.artnet.com/Magazine/reviews/kuspit7-5-05.asp

The Hudson Review, New York, New York, Gallery Chronicle, by Karen Wilkin Volume LVIII, Number 2, Summer 2005, pages 290-293

Art in America, New York, New York, Designing Women: Recent Works by Cheryl Goldsleger….., by Jerry Cullum, pages 116 – 119, March, 2004.

Atlanta Magazine, Atlanta, Georgia, Best Showcase of Homegrown Art, citation, December 2004

Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, Women Architects Inspire Artist’s ‘Utopia,’ by Catherine Fox. September 21, 2003

The New York Observer, New York, New York, Greatest Generation? Not By a Long Shot, But Interesting Show, by Hilton Kramer, May 19, 2003

The Portland Phoenix, Portland, Maine, So Not Boring..., by Sarah Morneau, April 25, 2003

Style Weekly, Richmond, Virginia, Architectural Vortex, by Edwin Slipek, Jr., February 12, 2003

Around Philly.com, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Painting the Picture, by R. B. Strauss, June 15, 2001

Art in America, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger at Rosenberg+Kaufman, by Tom McDonough, February 2000

Abstract Art On Line, (un)resolved at Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, by Joseph Wallentini, January 15, 2000

Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, Abstracts with Emotional Pull, by Jerry Cullum, December 3, 1999

Review, The Critical State of Art in New York, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger, New Work, by Mark Daniel Cohen, May 15, 1999

The New York Times, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger, critic’s recommended listing by Ken Johnson, May 21, 1999

Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, Abstraction, by Jerry Cullum, August 28, 1998

The New York Times, New York, New York, A Walk in the Woods, by Helen A. Harrison, October 27, 1996

The Suffolk County News, A Walk in the Woods, by John Lee, October 17, 1996

Art in America, New York, New York, Report from New Orleans: Dixie Buffet, by Marcia Vetrocq, September 1995

Atlanta Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995 New Orleans Triennial, by Dorothy Joiner Volume 19, Number 4, July/August, 1995

The Birmingham News, Birmingham, Alabama, Artists Enter World of Multi-dimensional, by James R. Nelson, January 29, 1995

The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, Goldsleger's walls enclose both form, disorder, by Jerry Cullum, March 18, 1994

Artforum, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger, Bertha Urdang Gallery, by Donald Kuspit, Volume XXXII, Number 3, November, 1993

The Boston Phoenix, Boston, Massachusetts, Off the Street, by Cate McQuaid, July 24, 1992

Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Journeys in Space and Time, by Edward Sozanski, April, 1992

Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, Passing through Space: An Interview with Cheryl Goldsleger, by Diane Mead, Volume 15, Number 1, January/February, 1991

The Boston Herald, Boston, Massachusetts, Painter Offers Architectural Perspectives, by Joanne Silver, April 20, 1990

New Art Examiner, Chicago, Illinois, 41st Corcoran Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, by Jay Murphy, Volume, 17 Number 5, January 1990

The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Requiring a Double Take, by Roger Green, January 12, 1990

Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, Leaving The South Behind: The Corcoran Biennial, by Daniel Barbiero, Volume 13, Number 4, July/August, 1989

Arts, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger, by Joshua Decter, Volume 63, Number 8, April, 1989

The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, 41st Corcoran Biennial, by Catherine Fox, April 23, 1989

The Washington Post, Washington, DC, Strange Dreams..., by Paul Richard, April 5, 1989

The Washington Times, Washington, DC, Biennial, by Jane Addams Allen, April 5, 1989

Tampa Tribune, Tampa, Florida, Artists Go ‘Beyond Minimalism,’ by Joanne Milani, May 13, 1989

Sarasota Herald Tribune, Sarasota, Florida, Artists Take a Step ‘Beyond Minimalism,’ by Joan Altabe, April 30, 1989

The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, Goldsleger's Works Suggest a Wealth of Possibilities, by Amy Jinkner-Lloyd, January 29, 1989

The New Orleans Art Review, New Orleans, Louisiana, Goldsleger, Scotti, Vartanian, by Judith Bonner, May/June, 1988

Times Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Four Exhibits at CAC, by Roger Green, January 15, 1988

Miami Herald, Miami Florida, The Lannan Museum, by Mike Wilson, November 29, 1987

Spectator, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Hanging 10, by Paul Govern, April 22, 1987

New Art Examiner, Chicago, Illinois, Southern Comfort/Discomfort, by Patrick E. White, Volume 13, Number 9, May, 1986

Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, 1986 New Orleans Triennial, by D. Eric Bookhardt, Volume 10, Number 3, May/June, 1986

Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, Irreconcilable Differences, by Ron Jones, Volume 10, Number 3, May/June, 1986

Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, Southern Expressions: Cheryl Goldsleger, by Judy Knopf Rushin, Volume 10, Number 2, March/April, 1986

The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, Goldsleger Exhibit A Study of Cultural Fragments, by Catherine Fox, December 22, 1985

Arts, New York, New York, Springtime on the Fringe, by Dan Cameron, Volume 60, Number 1, September, 1985

The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia, Festival Exhibits Show Off Rich Community of Artists, by Jan Avigkos, May 17, 1985

Art in America, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger at Bertha Urdang Gallery, by Donald Kuspit, Volume 73, Number 3, March, 1985

Artforum, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger at Bertha Urdang Gallery, by Patricia C. Phillips, Volume XXIII, Number 5, January, 1985

Arts, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger, by Evan Firestone, Volume 59, Number 3, November, 1984

The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, Artists Merit Corner of Their Own, by Donald LaBadie, February 7, 1983

The Clarion Ledger, Jackson, Mississippi, Chairs Take on Character in Exhibit, by Ben Nichols, January 21, 1983

The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, Grids Theme of Exhibition at Charles Foley Gallery, by Jacqueline Hall, August 22, 1982

Columbus-Citizen Journal, Columbus, Ohio, Foley Features Emerging Artists, by Mat and Tricia Herbin, August 16, 1982

Dialogue: The Ohio Arts Journal, Columbus, Ohio, Reflections on Ten Ohio Artists: Fire and Ice, by Hilliard Goldfarb, Volume 5, Number 1, September/October, 1982

The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio Selections: The New Gallery of Contemporary Art, by Helen Cullinan, June 20, 1982

Art News, New York, New York, Cheryl Goldsleger/Donald Shambroom: Bertha Urdang Gallery, by Gerrit Henry, Volume 81, Number 2, February, 1982

Atlanta Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, Maud Gatewood and Cheryl Goldsleger: Heath Gallery, by Valerie McKenzie, Volume 5, Number 1, January/February, 1981

 

Museum Collections

Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas

Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York

Brunnier Gallery and Museum, Ames, Iowa

The Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia

The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina

High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia

The Hunter Museum, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Macon Museum of Arts and Science, Macon, Georgia

Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia

Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC

New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico

New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana

North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina

Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence, Rhode Island

Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel

Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee

Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut

 

Public Collections

Aaron Rents, Atlanta, Georgia

Alabama Power and Light Company, Birmingham, Alabama

Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina

Aronov Realty, Montgomery, Alabama

Atlanta International Airport, City of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia

Aurora Capital Group, Los Angeles, California

Barclays Bank, Mexico City, Mexico

Barnett Bank, Jacksonville, Florida

The Boston Consulting Group, Boston, Massachusetts

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

British Petroleum of America, Boston, Massachusetts

Cablevision, Inc., New York, New York

Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, New York

Chattahoochee Valley Art Association, LaGrange, Georgia

Coca Cola, Atlanta, Georgia

Cohen & Lord Law Firm, Los Angeles, California

Crest Furniture, Atlanta, Georgia

Davis, Polk and Wardell, New York, New York

Elkay Properties, Atlanta, Georgia

Equitable Life Assurance Company, New York, New York

Federal Reserve Building, Atlanta, Georgia

Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. New York, New York

Georgia Council for the Arts, Atlanta, Georgia

Goodwin, Procter and Hoar, Boston, Massachusetts

Gramercy Hedge Fund, Greenwich, Connecticut

Hale and Dorr Law Firm, Boston, Massachusetts

Hewlett Packard Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia

The Hoffman Companies, Boston, Massachusetts

Janey Montgomery Scott, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Wieland Homes, Atlanta, Georgia

King and Spaulding Law Firm, Atlanta, Georgia

KTR Capital Partners, New York, New York

Liberty Mutual, Boston, Massachusetts

Lilly Industries, Indianapolis, Indiana

Long, Aldridge, Norman, Atlanta, Georgia

McCall and Almy, Boston, Massachusetts

McDonald’s Corporation, Oak Brook, Illinois

McGraw Hill Publishing, Inc., New York, New York

Miller Brewing Company, Albany, Georgia

Northern Telecom Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia

Piedmont Center, Atlanta, Georgia

Pfizer Inc., New York, New York

The Progressive Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio

Prudential Insurance Company, Newark, New Jersey

Rittenhouse Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Rockwell International, Cleveland, Ohio

Scudder, Stevens and Clark Inc., Boston, Massachusetts

Silver Bridge Advisors, Boston, Massachusetts

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meager, and Flom Law Firm, New York, New York

Standard Oil of Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio

State of Washington, Olympia, Washington

State of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia

Stephens Company, Little Rock, Arkansas

Troutman, Sanders, Lockerman, & Ashmore, LLP, Atlanta, Georgia

Weeks and Candler, PC, Atlanta, Georgia

Wilma Real Estate, Atlanta, Georgia

Wyeth Laboratories, Collegeville, Pennsylvania

Yamaha Corporation, Newnan, Georgia

 

Education

Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, B.F.A., 1973

Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Rome, Italy, Summer 1971

Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, M.F.A., 1975