Philip Smallwood portrait
Nationality American
Born b. 1957

Philip Smallwood

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Philip Smallwood blends imagination, reality, and social consciousness. Known primarily for his enduring series called “Lifescapes,” Smallwood is a visual storyteller whose narratives embrace “real people living real, honest, imperfect, and totally unrehearsed lives." Previous group exhibitions include the Studio Museum in Harlem, the Springfield Museum in Missouri, Parrish Museum in Southampton, the Monmouth Museum in N.J., and the Lowe Art Museum in Coral Cables, FL. He is the recipient of multiple national awards.

Lot number
#1
Artwork
Artwork: Marsh Madness
Artist:
Philip Smallwood
Title and Year:
Marsh Madness | 2013
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  • SOLO EXHIBTIONS
    2016
    Personages
    Museum of Art, DeLand, Florida

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    2016
    Untitled, Accessible Art Fair
    National Arts Club, New York, New York

    2013
    The Art of Giving Back, UNCF Fundraiser
    School of Visual Arts, New York, New York

    2012
    Untitled
    Leroy Neiman Arts Center, New York, New York

    Untitled, CHOP Fundraiser
    Martha’s Vineyard, Duke County, Massachusetts

    2002
    The Figurative Impulse in Contemporary African-American Art
    Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York

    Untitled
    Springfield Museum, Springfield, Missouri

    Untitled
    Parrish Museum, Southampton, New York

    Untitled
    Monmouth Museum, Monmouth, New Jersey

    Untitled
    RJD Gallery, Bridgehampton, New York

    Untitled
    Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, Florida

  • University of Miami, Miami, Florida
    Bachelor’s: Biology & Art

  • 2019
    Artist of the Day, 14C Art Fair, Jersey City, New Jersey

    2016
    First Place, NJ Watercolor Society, Morristown, New Jersey

    2012
    Featured Award Winner, The Watercolor Honors Society, New York, New York

    2011
    Selected Artist, UNCF/School of Visual Arts, New York, New York

    Winner, Robert Vickery Memorial Award, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri

    2002
    Featured Artist, The Black Romantic, Studio Museum, New York, New York

    2000
    Roxbury Artists, Art of the Millennium, Museum of Our National Heritage, Lexington, Massachusetts

    Winner, The Bud & Gretchen Marble Medal, The American Watercolor Society, New York, New York

    1999
    Winner, The Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Award, The New Jersey Watercolor Society, East Hanover, New Jersey