Amy Podmore

My work has always been about the everyday, the culling of ideas gained from observing and interpreting the world. I am intrigued by contradictions, acknowledging the fact that two opposing ideas can be entertained simultaneously. For this reason, aspects of surrealism make sense to me, especially combinations, juxtapositions, and transformations. Such transformations hopefully reflect those ineffable moments when non-linked images co-exist or collide, sparking a new interpretation of the human condition.



1985-1987 University of California, Davis, M.F.A.
1986 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME.
1982 Universita Bell'Arte, Siena Program, Italy
1978-1982 State University College at Buffalo, NY, B.S.

2013 Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY 2010 Bell Gallery, Brown University Gallery, Providence, RI (3) 2009 Predicaments, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA (2) 2002 The Carriage House at the Islip Art Museum, E.Islip, NY
2000 Allston Skirt Gallery, Allston, MA (two person)
2000 Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY
1999 "Whorl" Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA
1997 Art Space, New Haven, CT (three person)
1996 No B.I.A.S. Gallery, "Flip Float", Bennington, VT
1994 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA
1992 Contemporary Arts Alliance, Lafayette, LA (two person)
1990 San Antonio Art Institute, San Antonio, TX (two person)
1989 Dorothy Weiss Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1988 Schaefer Gallery, St. Peter, MN
1987 Dorothy Weiss Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2011 Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY Art in the Park, Worcester, MA Sculpture by the Sea, Perth, Australia Art Park, North Bennington, VT Upton Hall Gallery, Buffalo State College, NY
2006 Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney, Australia
2006 Open Square, Holyoke, MA
2006 Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood, Stockbridge, MA
2005 "Pretty Sweet: The Sentimental Image in Contemporary Art", DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
2004 "Earthly Delights", Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
2003 "International Unplugged, Biennial Art Invitational", L.A., CA
2003 Williams College Museum Of Art, Williamstown, MA
2002 Haddad Gallery, Paintings, Sculpture & Photographs, Hudson, NY
2001 Institute for Contemporary Art, "Domestic Culture", Portland, ME
2001 Newton Art Center, "Animal as Muse: Divine-The Demonic", Newton, MA
2001 Educational Alliance, NYC, NY
2001 Haddad Gallery, Works on Paper, Hudson, NY
2000 Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
2000 Williams College Museum of Art, Faculty Show
1998 Mass MoCa, "Split Shift", North Adams, MA
1998 DNA Gallery, Group Show, Provincetown, MA
1997 White Box Gallery, "Visible/Invisible", Philadelphia, PA
1997 Kulturalis Kozpontba, Siofok Art Symposium Exhibition, Hungary
1997 Krasdale Gallery, Artists of the Berkshires, White Plains & NYC, NY
1996 "B.A.B.Y."- traveled to: Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center, OH; Kohler Contemporary Art Center, WI; Virginia Center for Contemporary Art, VA; and 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA
1996 Art Space, New Haven, CT, "New Work" (juror: Bill Arning)
1996 No. B.I.A.S., Bennington, VT, "Pulse", Works on Paper, Curatorial,
1996 Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA, "Faculty Show"
1995 Foothills Art Center, Golden CO, "North American Sculpture Exhibition"
1994 Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA, "Using Drawing"
1994 Experimental Space-Vandam, NYC, NY, "Group Show"
1993 Tribute to Robert Arneson, Lincoln Arts Center, Lincoln, CA
1993 Eric Schindler Gallery, Richmond, VA, "13 Artists / 7 Cities"
1993 Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, CA, "Faculty Exhibition"
1993 Ohlone College Gallery, Freemont, CA, "Go Figure"
1992 San Francisco Commission Gallery, SF, CA, "Body Politic"
1992 Warren Gallery, Hudson, NY, "Body and Soul", (juror: Kiki Smith)
1992 Gallery 1708, Richmond, VA, (juror: Stephen Westfall)
1991 Matrix Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1991 Dorothy Weiss Gallery, SF, CA, "Sculpture 1991"
1989 Portland Museum, Portland, ME, "Skowhegan '89 Faculty/Staff Show traveled to Colby College, Waterville, ME
1987 Richard Art Gallery, Moscow, ID, "Viewing Figure/Reflecting Self"

2006 Times Union, Sunday, September 24, Albany, NY
2006 Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood, catalogue
2006 10 Years of A.R.T., catalogue
2006 North Adams Transcript, April 27, 2006, John Mitchell
2005 Art New England, June/July, Susan Boulanger
2005 Arts Editor, Feature, March 4, 2005, Scott Ruescher
2005 Boston Sunday Globe, February 13, 2005, Christine Temin
2005 Catalogue, "Pretty Sweet", DeCordova Museum
2004 Catalogue, "Earthly Delights", Massachusetts College of Art, 2004
2004 The Boston Globe, Friday, February 27, 2004
2002 New York Times, Sunday, September 15, 2002, Helen A. Harrison
2001 Arts Media, October 15/ November 15, 2001, Thomas Garvey
2001 Art New England, February/March, 2001, Jennifer Riddell
2001 New York Resident, March 13, 2001, edited by Elaine Paoloni
2000 Boston Globe, November 8, 2000, Cristine Temin
2000 Boston Globe, December 12, 2000, Cate McQuaid
2000 ART NEW ENGLAND, February / March, 2000, Roger Boyce
1999 The Berkshire Eagle, November 12, 1999, Charles Bonenti, interview
1998 The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 23, 1998, Ed SozansKi
1997 Catalogue, "Visible/Invisible", (curator: Eve Aschheim)
1997 Port Folio Magazine, January 21, 1997, Catherine Dorsey
1997 Virginia Pilot -(Art Section), January 19, 1997, Theresa Annas
1997 The Bennington Banner, January 16, 1997, Dean Snyder
1996 B.A.B.Y., Catalogue from traveling show, (Curator - Jan Riley)
1996 Berkshires Week, Spotlight #2, November 7, 1996, Seth Rogovoy


1994 Style Weekly, July 19, 1994, Paulette Roberts-Pullen
1993 T-B-9, Catalogue, Davis, CA
1993 Lafayette Times, January 5, 1993, Times Picks
1992 Richmond Times-Dispatch, August 8, 1992, Robert Merritt
1991 Sacramento Bee, April 28, 1991, Victoria Dalkey
1990 San Antonio Express, April 1990, Dan R. Goddard
1987 The Tribune, Oakland, CA, July 28, 1987, Charles Shere
1987 Catalogue, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
1987 The Davis Enterprise, February 15, 1987, Del McColm
1986 Ceramics Monthly, May Issue, 1986
1986 The New York Times, Sunday, March 16, 1986, Helen Harrison
1986 Catalogue, Erie Art Museum

2011 Best in Show, Art in Park, Worcester, MA 2009 Recipient, Massachusetts Cultural Council Artists Grant Program, Sculpture 2008 Guest Juror, Berkshire Art Association 2000 Art Fellowship, MA
2003 Visiting Artist, Kent State University
2003 Finalist, Massachusetts Cultural Grant
2002 Recipient, Artist's Resource Trust Grant
2002 External Reviewer, tenure, Kent State University
2002 Reviewer grant proposal, Amherst College
2001 Visiting Artist, RISDI, Providence, R.I.
2000 Visiting Artist, Bard College, Alledale, NY
2000 Visiting Artist, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
2000 Mellon Intern Award, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
2000 Guest Juror, Berkshire Art Association 2000 Art Fellowship, MA
1999 Visiting Artist, San Francisco Art Institute, SF, CA
1999 Visiting Artist, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
1999 Panelist, Mass MoCa, North Adams, MA
1999 Visiting Critic for graduate students, Vermont College, Montpelier, VT
1999 Division One Funding Award, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
1998 Artist / Teacher for graduate student, Vermont College, Montpelier, VT
1998 Powers Travel Fund, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
1997 Artist Residency, Siofok, Hungary
1997 Guest Juror, Berkshire Art Association 1997 Art Fellowship, MA
1996 Visiting Artist, Bennington College, Bennington, VT
1996 Award, Art Space, New Haven, CT
1996 Guest Juror, Berkshire Art Association 1996 Art Fellowship, MA
1996 Division One Funding Award, Williamstown, MA
1994 Guest panelist, Chesterwood Seminar for Professional Sculptors, MA
1993 Guest Artist for Graduate Seminar, San Francisco Art Institute, SF, CA
1992 First Prize, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA
1991 Guest Lecturer, University of California at Santa Barbara, CA
1990 Juror, Memorial Union Gallery, University of California at Davis, CA

2008- present FULL PROFESSOR, Williams College, Williamstown, MA 2001- 2008 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Williams College, Williamstown, MA 1996-2001 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
1993-1996 VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Williams College, MA
1992-1993 VISITING LECTURER, University of California, Berkeley, CA
1992 VISITING ARTIST, University of California, Davis, CA
1989-1991 VISITING LECTURER, University of California, Berkeley, CA
1989 LECTURER, State University of California at Stanislaus, Turlock,CA
1988, 1989 DEAN OF STUDENTS, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, ME 1987-1988 VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Gustavus Adolphus College, MN