SOLO SHOWS:

MICHAEL PROVART

2016

2015

2002

1993

 

1992

1990

1989

StARTup Art Fair SF, San Francisco, Ca.

SPARC Gallery, South Pasadena, Ca.

Allied Arts Assoc., Cambria, Ca.

Turn of the Century Fine Arts, Berkeley, Ca.

S.F.M.O.M.A. Artist’s Gallery, San Francisco, Ca.

Santa Monica College Art Gallery, Santa Monica, Ca.

Louis Newman Gallery, Beverly Hills, Ca.

David Hoffman Gallery, Emeryville, Ca.

GROUP SHOWS:

2015

2014

 

 

2006

2005

 

2004

2003

 

2002

 

2001

 

 

1994

 

1993

 

1992

 

 

 

1991

 

 

 

 

1990

 

 

 

1989

 

 

 

1988

 

 

 

1987

 

 

 

 

1984

1983

 

1982

1981

“Art & Home,” Room and Board, Culver City, Ca.

“Art & Home,” Room and Board, Culver City, Ca.

“Mas Attack 7,” Santa Monica Art Studios, Santa Monica, Ca.

“Mas Attack 6,” Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, Ca.

“California Open Exhibition,” TAG Gallery, L.A., Ca.

“Los Angeles Juried Exhibition,” Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, L.A., Ca.

“Route 66 Art Auction,” Center for the Arts, Eaglerock, Ca.

“Route 66 Art Auction,” Center for the Arts, Eaglerock, Ca.

“T.O.A.A. Annual Juried Show,” Thousand Oaks, Ca.

“Route 66 Art Auction,” Center for the Arts, Eaglerock, Ca.

“Tiny Works,” Gallery Ophelia, L.A., Ca.

“Postcards as Works of Art,” Art Works Downtown, San Raphael, Ca.

“Hidden Treasures,” Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland, Ca.

“Art Luck Exhibition,” Center for the Arts, Eaglerock, Ca.

“The Greatest Drawing Show Ever,” Hatch Gallery, L.A., Ca.

“Michael Provart, David Tomb, Chris Fields,”

Anya Horvath Gallery, Sacramento, Ca.

“Artists in the Salon, Main Gallery,”

Turn of the Century Fine Arts, Berkeley, Ca.

“Art from the Heart,” University Art Gallery,

Sonoma State University, Sonoma, Ca.

“Michael Provart,” Gordon Biersch Brewery, San Francisco, Ca.

“Collages and Drawings,” The Half Shell, San Francisco, Ca.

“Collage/ Montage,” Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles, Ca.

“Boxes,” The California Crafts Museum, San Francisco, Ca.

“Bay Area Painting 2,” Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, Ca.

“Michael Provart,” Métier, San Francisco, Ca.

“Erotic Art,” Periscope Gallery, Oakland, Ca.

“Oakland Artists ‘90,” The Oakland Museum, Oakland, Ca.

“Beyond Words: The Book as Metaphor for Art,”

An Exhibition in two parts at: The San Francisco Craft and Folk Art

Museum, and The California Crafts Museum, San Francisco, Ca.

“Provart/Tomb,” Nexus Gallery, Berkeley, Ca.

“New Bay Area Painting,” Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, Ca.

“Art Against AIDS,” Butterfields, San Francisco, Ca.

“Festival At the Lake,” Jack London Pavilion, Oakland, Ca.

“River Oaks Square,” Alexandria, La.,

“Arts Explosion,” Ironworks Gallery, Oakland, Ca.

“26th Juried Exhibition,” Hayward Forum of the Arts, Hayward, Ca.

“The Gallery House Annual,” Gallery House, Palo Alto, Ca.,

“Crocker Kingsley Annual,” Sacramento, Ca.,

“Annual Exhibition, An Homage To,” Falkirk Center, Marin, Ca.,

“Marin Arts Guild Open Juried Show,” Marin, Ca.

“California Works,” California State Fair, Sacramento, Ca.

“Fairfield Juried Annual,” Fairfield, Ca.

“The Counter Culture Show,” Claremont, Ca.

“Long Beach Art Association Juried Exhibit,” Long Beach, Ca.

“Nine Artists,” Jurgens Trust Building, Long Beach, Ca.

“Long Beach Art Association Juried Exhibit,” Long Beach, Ca.

“The Los Angeles Bicentennial Student Art Competition”

Security Pacific Plaza, Los Angeles, Ca.

AWARDS:

1983

 

1982

1988

1987

 

1981

Sulski Drawing Scholarship, C.S.U.L.B.

Fine Arts Affiliates Scholarship, C.S.U.L.B.

Fine Arts Affiliates Scholarship, C.S.U.L.B.

Nominated for the “S.E.C.A. Award”

Award of Excellence, “Fairfield Juried Annual”

Award of Excellence, “California Works”

Honored Artist, “Los Angeles Bicentennial Art Competition”

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

2002

 

1994

 

1993

 

1992

 

1990

 

 

 

 

 

1981

Sutter, Lee. “From Beverly Hills to Cambria.”

The Cambrian, August 15, 2002.

Dalkey, Victoria. “Strong shapes bind the works of a trio of artists.”

The Sacramento Bee, January 30,1994.

Parkinson, Ariel. “A Show that Exhibits a Fastidious Taste.” The

Montclarion, April 27, 1993.

Nicholson, Sky. “Provart Opens Campus Gallery.”

Santa Monica Corsair, Vol.LXV., No. 17.

Baker, Kenneth. “Vigor and Diversity in Oakland.”

The San Francisco Chronicle, May 13, 1990.

Van Proyen, Mark. “Rampart Diversity.” Artweek,

May 10, 1990, Volume 21, No. 18.

Wasserman, Abbey. “Talk of the Town.”

The Museum of California, Volume 13, No. 5.

Thompson, Richard. “Artist’s Win.” Santa Monica Corsair, Volume XLXII., No. 24.