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  Edward R. Whiteman is an American artist specializing in large format mixed media works on ‘reconstructed paper’ and wall sculptures made from organic materials. His work has been exhibited in fine art galleries and museums across the eastern United States since 1958 and published in numerous fine art and interior design publications. He has exhibited regularly at the Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans for over 25 years. A native of Buffalo, NY, Whiteman currently resides in southern Louisiana where he works from his art studio, “Dove Cote”.


December 16, 1938 - Buffalo, NY


A.D.: University of Buffalo, Albright Art School - Buffalo, NY

Grants and Awards

2011    President’s Award: St. Tammany Parish Visual Artist of the Year

1994    Juror Selection, LA Artist Annual, St. Tammany Art Association - Covington, LA

1992    Judge’s Selection, LA Artist Annual, St. Tammany Art Association - Covington, LA

1990    The Penny McCall Foundation Grant

1980    Ford Foundation Grant

1979    Artist Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts/SECCA - Winston-Salem, NC

1975    Award Citation, Artist Biennial, New Orleans Museum of Art

1962    First Prize, Sesquicentennial Concord - Concord, NY

1962    Third Prize in Watercolors, Fifth Juried National - Chautauqua, NY

1961    Second Prize, Metropolitan Buffalo Fine Arts Exhibition - Buffalo, NY

1960    Artists of the Southeast and Texan Annual, New Orleans Museum of Art

1959    24th & 26th Western NY Exhibitions, Albright-Knox Gallery - Buffalo, NY

1958    Best of Exhibition, Bestor Plage Regional Exhibition - Chautauqua, NY

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