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Charles Searles: Resume

Education

1972 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

University of Pennsylvania, Undergraduate Studies

Solo Exhibitions

2013 Charles Searles: The Mask of Abstraction, LaSalle University, Phila., PA

In Motion, Temple University, Phila., PA

2010 Charles Searles, Universal Reflections of Rhythm and Color, North Carolina State University

2008 Charles Searles, Universal Reflections Of Rhythm and Color, Winston Salem State University, Winston Salem, NC

2007 Guardian, G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, New York, NY

Guardian, Retrospective, G. R. N’Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL

2006 Standing Tall, G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL

Standing Tall, G.R. N”Namdi Galery, Detroit, MI

Prevailing, Sande Webster Gallery, Phila,. Pa

2005   Memorial Exhibition, June kelly Gallery, New York, NY

2004 Resounding , Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2002 Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2000 June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

1999 Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Narrowsburg, NY

1998 Forward, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1998 Syncopated Forms, Noel Gallery, Charolette, NC

1996 Recent Sculpture, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

1994 Contemporary Artists Series, The State Museum of Penn., Harrisburg, PA

Recent Sculpture, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1993 Malcolm Brown Gallery, Shaker Heights, OH

1992 June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1990 Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Westminster Gallery, Bloomfield, NJ

1989 Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ

Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ

1988 Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1986 Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1983 Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1982 Peale Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1981 Landmark Gallery, New York, NY

1978 Newman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1974 Howard University, Washington, DC

1973 “The Invisible Arstist”,  (special exhibit) Philadelphia Museum of Fine Art,  Philadelphia, PA

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013, About the Figure, Woodmere Museum, Phila., PA

Against the Odds, Rosemont College, West Chester, PA

Tiberino and Friends, Afro American Museum, Phila., PA

2012 Rhythm-a-ning, Harvey Gantt Center, Charolette, NC

African American Art Harlem Renaissance, Smithsonian American SArt Museum, Washington, DC

2009 National Black Fine Art Show, New York, NY

2008  “Construction Workers” Thelma Harris Gallery, Oakland, CA

Now and Then”, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2007 25th Anniversary , G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, Chicago IL and New York, NY

In Context: the Language of Abstraction Continues, Henry Street, NYC

“Forms of Abstraction”, G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, East Hampton, NY

*Pencil to Public”, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Narrowsburg, NY

Pencil to Public, Liberty Museum, Liberty New York

2006  “Pax Americana”, Lake Huntington Arts Center, Lake Huntington, NY

2005 “Illunimination:” Masterwork from Harrietand Otis B. Robertson’s Collection of African American Art” University Union Gallery. Townson MD

National Black Fine Arts Show, Puck Building, New York, NY

“Chemistry of Color” Pennsylvania Academy of Fine arts Collection

2004 National Black Fine Arts Show, Puck Building, New York, NY

2003 “Living With Art”, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO

‘”Jnction Specific”, Tubman AA, Macon, VA

“Points of View”, Philadelphia Museum of Art

2002 “Out of the  Woods”, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Narrowsburg, NY

2001 National Black Fine Art Show, New York, NY

2000 US Artists @ the Armory, Philadelphia, PA

The Armory Show, New York, NY

Absence of Color, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Color:NBFAE 2000, Chicago, IL

An Exuberant Bounty, Philadelphia Museum of Fine Art, Phila., PA

1999 Transatlantic Dialogue, Acklard Arts Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

When the Spirit Moves, National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center, Wilberrorce, OH

1998 Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Crossing Cultures, LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, MN

1997 Seeing Jazz, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC (traveling show)

Celebrations ‘97, Philadelphia Museum of Art Dining Room, Phila., PA

Just Jazz, Cheltenham Center for the Arts, Cheltenham, PA

1996 Echo, Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY

Holiday Show, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Narrowsburg, PA

Holiday Show, Bronx River Art center, New York, NY

1995 Winter Contemporary Artists Series, State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA

Contemporary Figures, Nutshell  Arts Center, Lake Huntington, NY

Free Within Ourselves, Museum of American Art, Washington, DC

Beyond Stereotypes, Open Space Gallery, Allentown, PA

Catskills Connection, Nutshell Arts Center, Lake Huntington, NY

1994 Selections from the Permanent Collection, Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum, Philadelphia, PA

1993 Memories of 1993/Wishes for 1994, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, NY

Exquisite Cadaver, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

1992 Forms, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Visions-Spirits, Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA

1991 First in the Heart, Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

Ancestral Legacy, Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA (traveling show)

1990 High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA

1989 Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

Masks, Afro-American Museum, Philadelphia, PA

1988 Six Contemporary Sculptors, Montclair State College, Montclair, NJ

Art from the African Diaspora, Aljira Center, Newark, NJ

Black-White-Color, Portico, Tower Gallery, New York,

1987 Public Art ,  Semi- Finalists, Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Powerful Little Stuff, 22 Wooster Gallery, New York, NY

Philadelphia 7, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA

USA/Denmark, Port of History Museum, Philadelphia, PA

1986 USA/Denmark, Charlottenborg Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark

1985 Working on the Railroad, Whitney Museum, Stanford, CT

1984 Drawings, Sculpture Center Gallery, New York, NY

The Ways of Wood, OIA, Oliver Museum, New York, NY

Recherche’, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1983 New Talent, Dubelle Fine Art, New York, NY

1982 Invitational, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY

Painted Sculpture, Sculpture Center Gallery, New York, NY

1981 CAPS Fellowship Exhibition, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY

Traveling Faculty Exhibit, Philadelphia College of art, Phila., PA

1980 Afro-American Abstractions, PS 1, New York, NY

1977 Festac 77, National Theater Gallery, Lagos, Nigeria

1975 Jubilee, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

1974 Directions in Afro-American Art, Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY

1973 Millennium, Philadelphia Civic Center Museum, Philadelphia, PA

1971 Contemporary Black Artists in America, Whitney Museum of Art, New York, NY

1969 New Black Artists, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

Awards & Grants

2004 Pollock – Krasner  Foundation Award, New York, NY

The James VanDer Zee Award, Brandywine Workshop, Phila., PA

2004 The Adolph and Esther Gottleib Foundation Grant, New York, NY

1989 Artist in Residence, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ

1981 Creative Arts Project (CAPS) Fellowship, New York, NY

1979 National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC

1977 Certificate of Recognition, Festac 77, Lagos, Nigeria

1972 Ware Traveling Memorial Scholarship, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Phila., PA

1971 Cresson Memorial Traveling Scholarship, Penn. Academy of Art, Philadelphia, PA

Commissions

2002 Delaware River Port Authority, Five Painted Metal Sculptures for PATCO

2002 High Speed Line Stations, Woodcrest and Ferry Aves., Camden, NJ

1995 NYC Mass Transit Authority, Long Island Railroad, Five interior bronze wall sculptures, Jamaica, NY, titled “Departing Trains”, “Sunrise” and “Sunset”

1994 First District Plaza, Exterior bronze sculpture, Philadelphia, PA, titled “Striving”

1993 NYC Department of Transportation, Exterior bronze sculpture, Brooklyn, NY, titled “Freedom’s Gate”

1988 Dempsey Multi-Service Center, Four interior wall sculptures, Harlem, NY

1997 Philadelphia Health Center #6, Interior hanging sculpture, Philadelphia, PA titled “Cultural Harmony”

1983 Amtrack’s Newark New Jersey Train Station,   Painted metal wall sculpture, titled “Form and Rhythm”

1982 West Oak Lane Library, Interior wall sculpture, Philadelphia, PA, titled “Looking Ahead”

1977 Mallory Playground, Exterior wall mural, Philadelphia, PA. Titlled ‘Playtime’

1976 William G. Green Federal Building, General Services Administration, Philadelphia, PA, Interior mural titled “Celebration”

Books

The Chemistry  of Color, Pennsylvania Acadeny Of Fine Arts

African American Wisdom, Running Press

Art in the World of Architecture, Abrahms Publishing

The Place of art in the World of Architcture, GSA Commission R.R.Bowker, 1979

Black Art Ancestral Legacy, Dallas Museum of Art, Abrams Publishing

The Artists Project, Peter Bellamy, In Publishing, New York

Public Art in Philadelphia, Penny Balkin Bach, Temple University Press

Seeing Jazz, Smithsonian Institution, Chronicle Books

Showcase of Interior Design, Eastern Edition II, Vitae Publishing Inc.

Warner Brothers Music Expressions, Teacher Edition, Warner Brothers

African- American Wisdom, Courage Books

Reviews & Publications

Sculpture Magazine, Review by Jonathan Goodman, p.77,June 2008

New York Sun: “Gallery Going” by John Goodrich, p. 16, June 30, 2005

Delaware Valley Art Alliance: “In Memory”, p. 2 January –February 2005

Gallery Guide Philadelphia, Cover, January, 2005

Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine section, “Art that Speaks to a New Age” by

Howard Shapiro, Cover page Section D, January 11, 2005

The Sojourner Tribune, Chemistry of Color, January 2005

American Association of Museums, Museum News featured visuals Annual Report (half of entire publication) January /  February, 2005

Philadelphia Daily News, “ A Fine “Chemistry”  by Valerie M. Russ, p. A2, and A4, Friday , January 7, 2005

Art Matters. “A farewell to Charles Searles”, by Anne Fabbri, p. 5 January 2005

Philadelphia Home and Garden, “Hollywood on the Delaware” by Kathleen Nicholson Weber, featured pages 90, 92,130, and 131, Fall 2005

Philadelphia STYLE, Anniversary, “Art Attack” by Anne Fabbri, p. 54-55, 2004

Art Matters: Back Cover, May 2002

Blackness in Color, Cornell University: Review Back Cover, August- October, 2000

Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, Review p.9, July 2, 2000

Philadelphia Daily News: “Yo!” Image front page, Article p.42, February 10, 2000

American Visions, Dec-Jan 1998-99 “NBFAS No Apologies” p28

The Philadelphia Tribune: “ Review” by Anthony C. Davis, cover page April 28, 1998

The Philadelphia Tribune, February 10, 1998

Gallery Guide Philadelphia, Cover and Review p. 7,  January 1998

ARTNews:  Full Page Ad, for June Kelly Gallery,December 1997

The Philadelphia Inquirer, “Four artists give evidence of their seasoning”, by Ed Sozanski, May 17, 1996

Chicago Sun-Times, “Black Experience puts Soul into the Heart of Christmas”, by

Denise I. O’Neill, Cover page and p. 6,December 22, 1996

The New York Times, “Painting as Sculpture and Vice-Versa”, by Grace Glueck. December 20, 1996

Philadelphia Inquirer, ‘Four Artists…”, Ed Sozanski, May, 1996

Art and Antiques”, Caught in the Spiders Web”, George Melrod, May 1996

The New York Times, Review, by Grace Gleuck, December 20, 1996

Sculpture Magazine, Art Reviews, October , 1996

Philadelphia City Paper, “Charles Searles: Recent Sculpture” by Robin Rice, May 17, 1996

Philadelphia Tribune, “Local Artist’s Bronze Sculpture Installed at First District

Plaza” by  August 11, 1995

Philadelphia Inquirer,  “Two Eyecatching Views of Philly” by Clark De Leon, pages  G1 and G5, Thursday June 8, 1995

Art  & Antiques, “Caught in the Spider’s Web”, by George Melrod, May 1995

OHCD Bulletin: “Striving (Dedicated)” Front Cover Vol. 8 no. 3, 1995

Sculpture Magazine, Art Reviews, by Tom Csaszar October, 1994

Philadelphia Daily News, Art at the Philadelphia Convention Center, by  Robin Rice July

Philadelphia Inquirer, “Searles at Sande Webster”, Ed Sozanski, p.52, Friday,May 27 1994

Philadelphia Inquirer,Searles New Works, by Ed Sozanski,  May 1993

Philadelphia Daily News, Robin Rice, 1993

Philadelphia Inquirer, “Searles New Works”, Ed Sozanski, 1993

Philadelphia Tribune, “An Artist Acclaimed”, Octavia Mc Bride, April 1993

Philadelphia Inquirer: “Searles New Works, Counterpoint, Gesture and Colors”, by Edward Sozanski, Thursday May 21, 1992

Art Matters: Reviews by Robyn Fuoco, June 1992

“Black Art Two Views”, John Cannady, 1992

The Tribune, “FINCO Art Students Explore New Horizons” Juanita Wells, p. 6, Saturday July 25 1992

ARTSPEAK , “Birthright glows at Lever House” by Joseph Markell, p.4, February 1991

Philadelphia Tribune, “An Artist Acclaimed” by Octavia McBride, cover page, 1-C April 20, 1990

The Atlanta Journal: National Black Arts Festival Program Guide, Cover and

Review by Catherine Fox, p. S-5, Saturday July 21, 1990

The University City Review: Still Abstract After all these Years by Robyn Fuoco, p.19, August 7, 1990

Manhattan, inc: Dossier, by Laura Fisher, p.15 June 1990

Scoop Magazine: Review, Friday, April 6, 1990

The Philadelphia Inquiter: Sande Webster Gallery Show Review, Friday , February 6, 1990

Philadelphia Daily News: “City’s Black Art Heritage” by Nels Nelson, p. 58, January 19, 1990

Los Angeles Times: Black Artists in tune with Ancestors, by Williiam Wilson, Sunday January 14 1990

Dallas Life Magazine, “Show Pieces” by Ellen Sweets p.6 January 7, 1990

Dallas Times Herald: Special Shows “Legacy of Black Art”. By Ann Jamusch p. D-1 January 4, 1990

Afro Times Saturday : Photo and show mention, p. 16, December 16, 1989

Philadelphia Inquirer: On Galleries by Edward J. Sozansky, Thursday July 20, 1989

Dateline Journal:  “Divergencies” opens this week, June 7, 1989

Show also reviewed in:

Irvington Herald

News Record

Independent Press

Glen Ridge Paper

Orange Transcript

West Orange Chronicle

Vailsburg Leader

The Montclair Times, NJ: “Divergencies Exhibit to Open”, Thursday May 25, 1989

Dallas Museum of Art, Southwest Bell Foundation,  Cover, Black Art Ancestral Legacy Review, p. 1, December 1989

Dallas Museum of Art: Black Art Ancestral Legacy, Guide, First page, December 1989

The Dallas Weekly: Cover and Review p. 9 and 11, November 30, 1989

Pennsylvania Gazzette: Cover, February 1988

Philadelphia Inquirer: Local and Danish Groups exhibit at Penn’s Landing, by Edward J. Sozansky,  March 6, 1987

Politiken: Danish Newspaper, “Kunstnere Bytter Plads”, November 1986

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Review by Victoria Donohoe, p.36, Friday May 9, 1986

The City Sun: “Africa Influences Painter’s Art” by Barbara Binkley, Cover page and p. 16, May 7, 1986

The Daily News: “Colors, Bright and Bold”, by Barbara Binkley, April 4, 1986

Reading Eagle:  “African Awareness  Motivates Artist Charles Searles” by Barbara Binkley, p. B 24 February 15, 1986

The Staten Island Advance, “Famous Black Artist Began Career Early”, by Barbara Binkley, p. C-10, May 29,1986

The New York Times: The Arts: News and Reviews by Douglas C. McGill, p.443 Sunday, July 14, 1985

ARTSPEAK: “Gallery Review” by Cecily Barth Firestein, p. 4, 1985

Philadelphia Inquirer,  Review by Victoria Donohoe, p. 4D Saturday March 17, 1984

The National Leader, “A Conversation with Recherche” by Thorpe Davis March 23, 1984

South Street Star: “Recherche Highlights Seven Outstanding Black Artists”, by Jennifer Smith, p. 10 March 15, 1984

The National Leader: “The Talents of Recherche”, p. P-12,February 24, 1984

ARTSPEAK, “New Talent’s Tribute to Tradition” by Claude LeSoeur, p. 12 November 16, 1983

Philadelphia City Paper: “The Art of the Pennsylvania Convention Center” by Robin Rice, p.18, July 9, 1983

Philadelphia Inquirer: “A Black Artist takes a New Turn” by Victoria Donohoe, May, 1983

The Drummer: Charles Searles NEA  Fellow, by Anne Fabbri, September 26, 1978

Philadelphia Inquirer:  “On Two Painters,; Very Intense, Very Different” by Victoria Donohoe, p. 28, Friday June 2, 1978

The Welcomemat :Review p. 21 Wednesday May 24, 1978

The Times Herald, Norristown, PA: “ Burrow Couple Gives Art to Library” p.5, April 7, 1978

ART in Focus: “Charles Searles at Neumans” by Dorothy Grafly, Cover page, Summer 1978

The Drummer: “ A Mural Grows in German Town” by Anne Fabbri, p. 25, December 13 1977

The Sunday Bulleting: “Art” Cover page, “Horizons and Playtime a Tale of Two Murals”,  by Nessa Foreman, December 11, 1977

The Michigan Chronicle: “Back Home from Nigeria” by Denise Crittenton, Saturday December 7, 1977

The Daily News, Springfield Massachussetts:  “Afro Center shows Searles”, p. 15,  and “Phila Artist Exhibits at Center” by Leila Kane,  October 13, 1977

The Philadelphia Daily News: “ A Gym Dandy Work of Art for Playground” p. 18, Wednesday October 12, 1977

The Sunday Bulletin: “ How Local Artist was Cut out of the Picture” by Nessa Foreman, June 12, 1977

The Evening Bulletin: “Pop Maker Joan sips Wine with Philadelphia Craftmakers”, by Nessa Foreman, p. 6, Tuesday June 7. 1977

Philadelphia Inquirer: “Joan Mondale is a Guest at Art Capital Alliance”, p.1, Wednesday June 8, 1977

The Sunday Bulletin: “ In ( Frenzied) Celebration of a Joyous Street Fair” by Nessa Foreman, p. 8, August 22, 1976

Philadelphia Daily News: “Searles: Portrait of an Artist”, by Nels Nelson p.26, August 3, 1976

Philadelphia Daily News: Review, Saturday June 26, 1976

Philadelphia Inquirer, Review, p. 4 C, Friday June 25, 1976

Boston Sunday Herald  Art Section Review by Bob Garrett p. A-28, November 16, 1975

New England Journal: “A Jubilee of Afro-American Art in Boston” by Louise Patry December 20, 1975

The First Word:First Pennsylvania Bank, “Art Purchases A Double Investment” Cover Page, June 27, 1975

Art in America: “Quo Vadis Black Art?” by Henry Ghent, p.41, November-December 1974

ARTNews: “Anger and Heritage” by Nancy Tobyn Willig, December 1974

Philadelphia Inquirer: “ Must the Artist be Invisible?” by Victoria Donohoe, November 4, 1973

Tioga News: “Black Art Exhibit at Civic Center Museum” by Monte Lumpkins, p.2, Thursday, September 27, 1973

Philadelphia Inquirer: “Black is Beautiful at the Civic Center” by Victoria Donohoe, p. 19 G,  Sunday September 9, 1973

Philadelphia Civic Center Review: “Black Artists Work on Display” vol. 4 no. 9, July 1973

Philadelphia Talk: Review, p. 51,  June 1971

Philadelphia Inquirer: “Watch the Artist then Give it a Try”, by N.F.,May 1971

The Village Voice: “Paint Art Racist” by Charles Wright, p. 20, April 15, 1971

New York Times, Black Art – 2 Views, by John Canady, p.52 Wednesday, April 7, 1971

Philadelphia Daily News:  “Black Artists rise Above the Tempest” by Nells Nelson, April 1971

The Bay State Banner, “ New Black Artists’”p. 11, Thursday June 25, 1970

Tuesday Magazine, “New Artists” “The Negro in World History” by Philip Saintlaurent. p. 13-18, February 1970

The New York Times:  Black Artist on View in Two Exhibitions, by John Canaday, p.52

Guide to the Philadelphia Convention Center, Cover Piece

The Philadelphia Bulletin: “Rizzo Likes Art Work at Byrne Courthouse”, by Nessa Foreman

Public & Corporate Collections

Woodson Regional Library, Chicago, IL

National Center of Afro-American Artists, Boston, MA

Spirit Square, Charolette, NC

Smithsonian Institute of American Art, Washington, DC

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

Montclair Museum of Art, Montclair, NJ

Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum, Philadelphia, PA

Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA

Cyberlogic Inc., New York, NY

AT&T, New York, NY

Merck Pharmaceuticals World Headquarters, West Point, PA

Howard University, Washington, DC

New York City Health and Hospital Association, New York, NY

CIBA GIGY Corporation, New York, NY

Philip Morris, Inc., New York, NY

ARCO Chemical Chemical, Newtown Square, PA

Levy, Redcross and Co., Philadelphia, PA

Thom Crosby and Associates, Philadelphia, PA

Connie Lee Corp., Washington, DC

Sturdivant & Co., Voohees, NJ

BET/ Debra Lee, Washington. DC

Global Industries, Marlton, NJ

Burrell Communications, Atlanta, GA

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, NY

Federal Reserve Bank, Philadelphia, PA

Jackson National Life Insurance co., Lansing, MI

Pansisni  and Lessin, Philadelphia, PA

National Center of African American Artists, Boston, MD

American Museum at PAFA, Philadelphia, PA

First Pennsylvania Bank, Philadelphia, PA

Federal Reserve Bank, Philadelphia, PA

Steve Klein, Philadelphia , PA

African Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, PA

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Passini and Lessin, Philadelphia, PA

Art in Embassys, Togo, South Africa

Delaware Valley arts Alliance, Narrowsburg, NY

Thelma Harris, design Conections, Oakland, CA

Pachulski, Stang, Xeihl, Young and Jones, New York, NY

Selected Private Collections

Randall and Tracie Mattison, Wyncote. PA

Robert Boyle, Philadelphia, PA

Leonard Amoroso, Wynnewood, PA

Bessie Williams, Philadelphia, PA

Jonathan Kaufman, Brooklyn, NY

Al Loving, Kerhonkson, NY

Elaine Gregoire, Narrowsburg, NY

Mary Ting, New York, NYWilliam and Kimberly Spicer, Hollywood, FL

Nelson/Nash, Midlothian, VA

Strano, Doylestown, PA

George N’Namdi, Chicago, IL

Earle Bradford, Newtown Square, PA

George Wallace, Philadelphia, PA

Naomi Nelson, Deptford Terrace, NJ

Robert and Barbara Rosenberg, philadelphia, PA

The Strauss Family, Philadelphia, PA

The Solzburg Family, New Jersey

James Kaplan, Philadelphia, PA

Robert eskind, Philadelphia, PA

Charles Castreel, Denver, CO

Cheryl Sutton,  Gary IN

Dr. Henry Miller, Potomic, MD

George and Gail Knox, Stamford, CT

Richard Klein, Cherry Hill, NJ

Jonathan Kaufman (largest individual collector, ), Brooklyn, NY

George N.Namdi, Detroit MI and Chicago IL

Sande Webster and James Brantley, Phila., PA

the Spicer framily, Fort Lauderdale FL

the Strano family, Doylestown, PA

the Nelson family, Midlothian, VA

the Mitchell  family, Seoul, Korea

the Wright family, Goshen, NY

Barkley and Susan Hendricks, Fairport, CT

Darrell  abd DeborahWalker, Little Rock, AK

Barbara Bullock, Phila., PA

the Rosenburg family, Phila., PA

Drs. Jeffery and Susan Hines, Austin. TX

Brian and Eliz Weese, Baltimore, MD

Mr. and Mrs Charles Fishman

Thelma Harris, Oakland, CA

George Burrell, Phla. PA

Dennis Austin, West Chester, PA

Kevin cole, Atlanta, GA

Susan and Charles D. Schwartz, Margate, NJ

Susan and Jim Meyer, Lonport, NJ

Dianna Gabriel, New York, NY

Lewis Tanner Moore, Philadelphia, PA

Aliza ans Abro Sutker, Berkley, CA

Helen Ford, Philadelphia, PA

Jeanne Faulkner, New York, NY

Mr. and Mrs Marty Salzman, Cherry Hill, NJ

Jerome Robinson and Dolores Pulido

Sanjenetta Harris, New York, NY

Richard Klein, Cherry Hill, NJ

Alvin Williams, Toronto, Canada

Vanessa and Alfonzo Mitchell, Seoul, Korea

Joe Weiss and Sharon Pinkenson, Phila., PA

Dr. Albert Holloway, Phila., PA

Joyce W. Bridges, Phila., PA

Joel and Linda Appel, Cherry Hill, NJ

Paula and Edwin Miles, San Antonio, TX

Cutttino Mobley, Houston, TX

Shawans Harris, Durrham, NC

James Brantley and Sande Webster, Phila., PA

Shirley Fleary, New York, NY

Seth Harvet, New York, NY

Charles Bibbs, Vitalone, CA

Anne Dlugosz, Phila., PA

Mrr. and Mrs. Marvin Schlanger, Cherry Hill, NJ

Sandra and Frank Norman, Merrion, PA

Matthew and Anne Kaufmann, New Brunswick, NJ

Daniel Gennnett, Phila., PA

Carol Saline and Paul Rathblkott, Phila., PA

S. George Reed, Orange, NJ

Rick and Tammie Cottom< mullica Hill, NJ

The Tiberino family, Phila., PA

Yolanda and Greg Head, Stone Mountain, GA

Larry and Dolores Miller, New Hope, PA

Marryanne Mott, Santa Barbara, CA

Dan Johnson, Cheston Ridge, NY

Dr. Duane and Dierdra Dyson, West Orange, NJ

Bonzi Wells, Munice, NY

Edith Fitzpatrick, Rochester, NY

Nikki Springer, New York, NY

Marry Ellen Jeno, Phila., PA

Arlene Zubalis, Hackensack, NJ

Sandra and Michael Margolies, Bala Cynwood, PA

Catherine Searles, Phila., PA

Hazel and Jerome Mc Griff, Ambler, PA

Michael and Sande Abraham, Bala Cynwoood, PA

Diane Locke, Washington, DC

Mr.and Mrs.William T. Williams, New York, NY

Ipyana Nasret,  Charolette, NC

Dr. Albert Holloway, Montgomery, AL

Mara Loving, Kerhonkson, NY

Elbrite Brown, PPhila., PA

Donnell Walker, Yeadon, PA

Joyce and Barry Avrach,  Lafayette Hill, PA

Donna  Sharrett and Ken Kampler, Ossining, NY

Matthew Pozorski, Philllipsport, NY