Charles Kanwischer


Professor, Drawing
Director, School of Art

MFA, Yale University School of Art, Painting and Printmaking, 1987
BFA, University of Iowa, Printmaking, 1985

Charles Kanwischer's personal website

Teaching Specialization: Painting/Drawing

Areas of Research/Artistic Focus
Research interests include drawing in all media, painting, printmaking, photography, Art History and criticism. Studio work addresses the intersection of non-objective and representational imagery within a landscape context.

Recent Accomplishments

Solo exhibitions in 1997, 1999, 2001, and 2007 at the Miller/Block Gallery in Boston, MA and Shaheen Contemporary Art, Cleveland OH in 2010.

Group exhibitions include "Small Worlds" at the Toledo Museum of Art , "Small Monuments" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, "Visions and Revisions, Art on Paper Since 1960" at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and the Annual Invitational Exhibition at the National Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City.

Recipient of Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowships in 1999, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013.

Represented in a number of public and private collections including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Smith College Museum of Art, and the Akron Museum of Art.

Faculty member at BGSU since 1997

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