Artist-Educator
Curriculum Vitae
DISCLAIMER:
The following presentation is the sole property of the artist,
C. Stephenson-Gibbs.
All intellectual property ...
E D U C A T I O N
2000 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) – Printmaking
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
1995 Bachelor of F...
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
• 04/2011-05/2012 Adjunct Professor
Coastal Carolina Community College
Jacksonville, NC
• 9/2010-5/201...
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
• Printmaking - Processes
and Techniques -
Lithography, Serigraphy, Inta
glio, Cyanotype and
Alternativ...
AFFILIATIONS
• Southern Graphics Alliance, Member, 1995
to present
• Phi Kappa Phi, Member, 1995 to present
• Onslow Art S...
EXHIBITIONS
• ECU Alumni Exhibition, Grey Gallery, Greenville, NC
• 38th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, Visual Arts Center...
OTHER. . . . . . . . . . .
• Visiting Artist – East Carolina University National Day of Writing-October, 2011
• Juror - Wi...
….. created by the Artist
Prints by C. Stephenson-Gibbs
Since 2005, my focus has been to explore and expand into mediums of art which
were less familiar thereby creating a challe...
examples of figure
studies
Photography
C O M M I S S IO N S
PRIVATE
COLLECTIONS
S P H E R E (SP) SERIES
Graphic
Work
Graphics, continued…
. . .more graphics
Encaustics: Les Femmes Fatales
Femmes au Naturelle
c. stephenson-gibbs STUDENT WORK from
FOUNDATIONS – DESIGN – PRINTMAKING-DRAWING-PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
C. Stephenson-Gibbs Student Art…foundations
and design
Student Art . . .Foundations and Design
Student Art continued: Books
Printmaking…Examples of Student Work
Printmaking ….continued
Classroom/Studio
ECU National Day of Writing
Visiting Artist 2011 and 2012
• WEBsites for more information:
• http://www.ncte.org/dayonwrit...
October 19, 2012
• Visiting artist
• East Carolina University hosted 600 middle school and
high school students from Pitt ...
DRAWING 1
Examples of Student Work TCC Visual Arts Center
Student Drawings continued:
WATERCOLOR…EXAMPLES OF STUDENT WORK
Watercolor: Lesson Plan
Educator’s Note:
• Over the past ten years, I have enjoyed the
challenges that teaching Art at the collegiate
level has pr...
TRANSCRIPTS AND REFERENCESPROVIDED UPON REQUEST
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  1. 1. Artist-Educator Curriculum Vitae
  2. 2. DISCLAIMER: The following presentation is the sole property of the artist, C. Stephenson-Gibbs. All intellectual property copyrights are in full force and effect. No copies of this CD or the contents herein are allowed without the written permission of the owner/artist.
  3. 3. E D U C A T I O N 2000 Master of Fine Arts (MFA) – Printmaking East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 1995 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Magna Cum Laude Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 1990 Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA
  4. 4. TEACHING EXPERIENCE • 04/2011-05/2012 Adjunct Professor Coastal Carolina Community College Jacksonville, NC • 9/2010-5/2011 Art Instructor Jacksonville Montessori School Jacksonville, NC • 1/2006 – 5/2008 Adjunct Professor Visual Arts Center, Tidewater Community College Portsmouth, VA • 2006 - 2008 SAS Educator and Teaching Artist Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Virginia Beach, VA • 2000-2005 Adjunct Lecturer East Carolina University School of Fine Arts and Communication, Greenville, NC • 2001-2003 Adjunct Professor Coastal Carolina Community College, Jacksonville, NC • 2000-2001 High School Teacher/Art Instructor Martin County Schools, Williamston, NC • 1998-2005 Graduate Assistant – Teaching/Research/Lab and Office East Carolina University School of Fine Arts and Communication, Greenville, NC
  5. 5. AREAS OF EXPERTISE • Printmaking - Processes and Techniques - Lithography, Serigraphy, Inta glio, Cyanotype and Alternative Printmaking Processes and Techniques • Computer - Photoshop, Illustrator, Power Point, Blackboard, Adobe Acrobat, Scanning Programs (flatbed and OCR) as well as traditional word processing including but not limited to Excel, Microsoft Word, Word Perfect. • Photography – Black and White, Digital
  6. 6. AFFILIATIONS • Southern Graphics Alliance, Member, 1995 to present • Phi Kappa Phi, Member, 1995 to present • Onslow Art Society • Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) • Greenville Museum of Art, Member • East Carolina Graduate Art Alliance, President, 1999-2000 • East Carolina Student Alliance, Member • Visual Arts Forum, East Carolina University School of Art and Communication, Member, 1996-2000 • ECU Printmaking Guild, President 1999- 2000 and Member 1996-2000 • Old Dominion University Student Art League, President, 1994-1995 • Alpha Phi, Epsilon Theta Chapter, Member, Social Chairperson, Alumni
  7. 7. EXHIBITIONS • ECU Alumni Exhibition, Grey Gallery, Greenville, NC • 38th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, Visual Arts Center – TCC at Olde Towne, Portsmouth, VA. November 2007-January 2008. • “I See London, I See France” Suffolk Art Museum, Suffolk, VA. April – May 25, 2007 • 37th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, Visual Arts Center-TCC at Olde Towne, Portsmouth, VA. Nov.18, 2006-Jan. 11, 2007 • “nine” Group Exhibition, Wayne Co. Arts Council, Goldsboro, NC, November 5 – January 5, 2007 • “9”, Group Exhibition, Elizabeth City State University Gallery, Elizabeth City, NC. October, 2006 • “Bringing it All Back Home” ECU Alumni Exhibition, Gray Gallery, ECU, Greenville, NC. Sept.-Oct. 2006 • “8”, Group Exhibition, Green County Museum, Snowhill, NC, Sept, 2006 • “8”, Group Exhibition, Community Council for the Arts, Kinston, NC, Jun. – Aug. 2006 • “A Tradition of Excellence”, ECU 2005 Faculty Exhibition, Gray Gallery, Greenville, NC, Oct-Nov. 2005 • 25th Wayne Co. National Juried Arts Exhibition, Wayne Co. Art Council, Goldsboro, NC, Sept.-Oct. 2004 • “A Tradition of Excellence”, 2004 ECU Faculty Exhibition, Gray Gallery, Greenville, NC, Oct.-Nov. 2004 • 24th Wayne Co. National Juried Arts Exhibition, Wayne Co. Art Council, Goldsboro, NC, Sept.-Oct. 2003 • “Those Who Can Teach” Juried Exhibition, Onslow Center for the Arts, Jacksonville, NC, 2003 • “A Tradition of Excellence”, 2003 ECU Faculty Exhibition, Gray Gallery, Greenville, NC, Sept.-Oct. 2003 • “PH-1 Factor” Two Person Exhibition, Onslow Center for the Arts, Jacksonville, NC, Jan. 2003 • “A Tradition of Excellence”, 2002 Faculty Exhibition, Gray Gallery, November, 2002 • “Vie Dieu”, 30th Southern Graphics Print Exhibition, New Orleans, LA, April, 2002 • CCA 2002- 21st Annual Competitive Exhibition, Community Council for the Arts, Kinston, NC. Jan.-Feb.2002 • “Lifeline”, Women Artists Exhibition, Community Council for the Arts, Kinston, NC. March-April 2002 • Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, Hampton Gallery and Permanent Collection Gallery, Kinston Arts Center, Kinston, NC. June-July, 2000 • Rebel Exhibition, ECU Mendenhall Gallery, Greenville, NC • CCA 2000 National Competitive Exhibition, Kinston, NC • 3rd Chowan Arts Council ECU Graduate Student Exhibition, Chowan Arts Council, Edenton, NC. Oct.-Nov, 1999 • ECU Graduate Exhibition, Craven Arts Council Bank of the Arts, New Bern, NC. Aug.- Sept. 1999 • ECU Cultural Exchange Exhibit, Kreuzherrencloster, Erkelennz, Germany. Aug.-Sept., 1999 • 2nd Chowan Arts Council ECU Graduate Student Exhibition, Chowan Arts Council, Edenton, NC. May 1999 • “The New Show”, Annual Graduate Student Exhibit, Gray Gallery, ECU, Greenville, NC, Dec. 1998 • 34th Annual Fine Art Show, Beaufort County Arts Council, Beaufort, NC. July, 1998 • ECU Graduate Student Exhibit, Chowan Arts Council, Edenton, NC, April-May 1998 • Goldsboro’s 19th Annual Juried Fine Arts Exhibition, Goldsboro, NC. March – April, 1998 • “34th Annual Fine Art Show, Beaufort County Arts Council, Beaufort, NC. July, 1998 • ECU Graduate Student Exhibit, Chowan Arts Council, Edenton, NC, April-May 1998 • Goldsboro’s 19th Annual Juried Fine Arts Exhibition, Goldsboro, NC. March – April, 1998 • American Kaleidoscope”, German Cultural Exchange Exhibit, ECU School of Art Faculty and Graduate Students, Bergheim, Hurth & Koln, Germany, Sept.-Nov. 1997 • ECU Graduate Exhibition, Craven Arts Council Bank of the Arts, New Bern, NC, Aug.- Sept. 1997 • “Divergent Directions”, Three Person Print Exhibition, Tandom’s Madison Grill, Norfolk, VA, March 1997 • ECU Graduate Student Show, Farmville Community Arts Council, Farmville, NC, 1996 • “Beyond the Surface”, Two Person Contemporary Print Exhibition and Artist Lecture, Portsmouth Museum, Portsmouth, VA. Aug.-Sept., 1996 • 6th Annual TAA Mid-Atlantic Juried Exhibition, d’Art Center, Norfolk, VA, April 1997 • Solo Exhibition, A Matter of Taste, Greenville, NC 1996-1997 • “CCR 409”– Three Artist Hand Pulled Print Exhibition, 409Gallery, Norfolk, VA, Nov- Dec. 1996 • “All Art and Twice the Caffeine” 1995 Old Dominion University Student Exhibition, University Gallery, Norfolk, VA, April, 1995 • “3 of A Kind” Three Person Print Exhibition, Community Arts Center of the Portsmouth Museums, Portsmouth, VA, Dec. 1994-Jan. 1995 • Suffolk Art League Annual Juried Exhibition, Suffolk Museum, Suffolk, VA, Oct.-Dec. 1994 • Small Works-1995, On the Hill Cultural Arts Center, Yorktown, VA, Sept-Oct. 1995 • Stockley Gardens Fall Arts Festival, Norfolk, VA Oct., 1994 • “Mixed Messages Mixed Media” 1994 Old Dominion University Juried Student Show, April, 1994 • “Losing Our Heads”, 1993 Juried Student Show, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, April, 1993 • 1993 Tidewater Artists Association Juried Members Exhibition, WHRO, Norfolk, VA, Sept. 1993 • “Losing Our Heads”, 1993 Juried Student Show, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, April, 1993
  8. 8. OTHER. . . . . . . . . . . • Visiting Artist – East Carolina University National Day of Writing-October, 2011 • Juror - Wildlife Exhibition, Artists Gallery, Virginia Beach, VA. October – Nov. , 2008 • Juror/Standards Committee Member – 52nd Annual International Boardwalk Arts Festival, Virginia Beach, VA. • June 16-19, 2007. • Juror - 26th Annual County-Wide Student Art Competition. Jones-Onslow EMC, Onslow Council for the Arts, Jacksonville, • NC, March, 2003. • “Monoprint Workshop”, Instructor, Greenville Museum of Art, Greenville, NC, March, 2000. • Printmaking Lab Assistant - ECU School of Fine Art and Communication, Greenville, NC, Jan-May, 2000.Responsible • for maintaining bulk supplies in the print studios (primarily solvents and acid baths). Maintenance of rags, newsprint • for printmaking survey courses. Supervised undergraduate printmaking studio, one night/week/3hrs. • Printmaking Lab Assistant - ECU School of Fine Art and Communication, Greenville, NC, Jan – May, 1999. • Responsible for maintaining bulk supplies in the print studios (primarily solvents and acid baths). • Maintenance of rags, newsprint including OSHA mandates for disposal and safety. • for printmaking survey courses. Supervised the undergraduate printmaking studio, one night/week/3hrs. • School of Art Graduate Office Assistant - East Carolina School of Fine Art and Communication, Greenville, • NC, May- June, 1998. Responsible for assisting the secretary to the Graduate Director. Included processing • and maintaining files for all graduate students (current and new), forms and application for the School of Art • graduate program. Responsible for completing assignments for the Graduate Director in the absence of the secretary. • Printmaking Lab Assistant - ECU School of Fine Art and Communication, Greenville, NC, Aug-Dec 1999. Responsible for • maintaining bulk supplies in the print studios (primarily solvents and acid baths). Maintenance of rags, newsprint • for printmaking survey courses. Supervised undergraduate printmaking studio, one night/week/3hrs. • Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) Conference Panelist – “Angst, Anticipation And Actuality”. Graduate • Students Open Session: Studio, Norfolk, VA, October, 1999. • Research Assistant – “Museum without Walls” African Art Collection, Gray Gallery, East Carolina University School • of Fine Arts and Design, Greenville, NC. Aug – Dec. 1998. Responsible for research and implementation of exhibitions • at the Wellington B. Gray Art Gallery. Included work with exhibition concept, design, installation and evaluation. • Research responsibilities for gallery include future exhibits/grants, educational programs and the permanent collection. • Printmaking Lab Assistant - ECU School of Fine Art and Communication, Greenville, NC, Aug-Dec 1998. Responsible • or maintaining bulk supplies in the print studios (primarily solvents and acid baths). Maintenance of rags, • newsprint for printmaking survey courses. Supervision of the undergraduate printmaking studio, one night/week/3hrs • Gallery Research Assistant IV –East Carolina School of Fine Art and Communication, Greenville, NC, May – June, 1998. • Responsible for research and implementation of exhibitions in the Wellington B. Gray Art Gallery. Included work with • exhibition concept, design, installation and evaluation. Research responsibilities for gallery include future exhibits/grants, • educational programs and the permanent collection. • School of Art Graduate Office Assistant - East Carolina School of Fine Art and Communication, Greenville, NC, • May- June, 1998. Responsible for assisting the secretary to the Graduate Director. Included processing and maintaining • files for all graduate students (current and new), forms and application for the School of Art graduate program. • Responsible for completing assignments for the Graduate Director in the absence of the secretary. • USS SPADEFISH – Commission of limited edition (250) print created for the U.S. Navy • “Misanthrope”, “Roosters” Artist, serigraph posters for ODU Theatre Department, Norfolk, VA • Research Assistant - Ken Daley for “Parataxis”, permanent installation City of Virginia Beach Central Library, Virginia Beach, VA • Soccer Coach – City of Virginia Beach Department of Parks and Recreation, Virginia Beach, VA
  9. 9. ….. created by the Artist
  10. 10. Prints by C. Stephenson-Gibbs
  11. 11. Since 2005, my focus has been to explore and expand into mediums of art which were less familiar thereby creating a challenge both artistically and professionally. • Each method or series required a completely different approach and process but the results were worth every painstaking minute. • Using a variety of techniques, methods and materials more diverse body of work, including a series of large scale mixed media paintings (Spheres) as well as revisiting the medium of watercolor and learning the encaustic process. • Commissioned for large-scale paintings and murals which provided me with a unique challenge working to with private collectors. The process has proven to be very rewarding and challenging professionally as well in that it demanded a larger variation of subject matter using media other than printmaking.
  12. 12. examples of figure studies
  13. 13. Photography
  14. 14. C O M M I S S IO N S PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
  15. 15. S P H E R E (SP) SERIES
  16. 16. Graphic Work
  17. 17. Graphics, continued…
  18. 18. . . .more graphics
  19. 19. Encaustics: Les Femmes Fatales Femmes au Naturelle
  20. 20. c. stephenson-gibbs STUDENT WORK from FOUNDATIONS – DESIGN – PRINTMAKING-DRAWING-PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
  21. 21. C. Stephenson-Gibbs Student Art…foundations and design
  22. 22. Student Art . . .Foundations and Design
  23. 23. Student Art continued: Books
  24. 24. Printmaking…Examples of Student Work
  25. 25. Printmaking ….continued
  26. 26. Classroom/Studio
  27. 27. ECU National Day of Writing Visiting Artist 2011 and 2012 • WEBsites for more information: • http://www.ncte.org/dayonwriting/celebrations • http://theeastcarolinian.com/?p=1657 • http://www.ecu.edu/cs-ecu/calendar.cfm?e=8828
  28. 28. October 19, 2012 • Visiting artist • East Carolina University hosted 600 middle school and high school students from Pitt County, NC attended
  29. 29. DRAWING 1 Examples of Student Work TCC Visual Arts Center
  30. 30. Student Drawings continued:
  31. 31. WATERCOLOR…EXAMPLES OF STUDENT WORK
  32. 32. Watercolor: Lesson Plan
  33. 33. Educator’s Note: • Over the past ten years, I have enjoyed the challenges that teaching Art at the collegiate level has presented. The students have inspired me both intellectually and artistically and for the opportunity to share in their growth and explorations, I will always be grateful.
  34. 34. TRANSCRIPTS AND REFERENCESPROVIDED UPON REQUEST

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