Jeffrey Maron (American, 1949 - )


Jeffrey Maron is an artist with a long history of exhibits in New York City and elsewhere. He is the recipient of three grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as a Fulbright-Hayes Grant to Japan. In 1989, he was also awarded a grant from the Jackson Pollock/Lee Krasner Foundation. Maron's work is in many corporate, public and private collections. 

A two year Fulbright-Hayes Grant for sculpture allowed the artist to live and work in Japan, where he continued to be influenced by cultures of the world dedicated to animism, the worship of an inclusive natural order. "Cultures that see themselves as part of a greater order usually create compelling art to which we are all drawn. Their art exudes this metaphor, to which we are still fundamentally attached." JM  

Maron's art is often inspired by the artist's direct experience with non- Western cultures. His sculptures and paintings, in both large and small scale, have a spiritual and mystical quality that is linked to his investigations of Eastern and Native American cultures. Maron's art has a definite connection to our spiritual identity and is not directly derived from any of the main currents of contemporary art. His work is characterized by paradoxes. It is both tough and beautiful, religious and sensual, reminiscent of familiar symbols but clearly unique.  

Jeffrey Maron wants to create art that will remind people of their spiritual existence, "If I can create art that communicates this without words, then my art will become part of an ongoing transformative process ". JM   Maron recently completed "Spirits'Flight", a project devoted to assist the healing process at the new Hillman Cancer Center in Pittsburgh. "Along with the use of conventional therapies, healing involves overcoming fear and transforming one's energy. Art can be a catalyst for this".JM. The center will be the nation's largest cancer treatment and research facility and part of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Currently Maron is working on a new work for Grounds for Healing , part of the new Robert Wood Johnson Cancer Center, in Hamilton, New Jersey.

1973 M.F.A. in Fine Arts (Sculpture), Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
1971 B.S. in Sociology, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri

1989 Pollock Krasner Foundation Award
1986 Reynolds Aluminum, commission R.S. Reynolds Memorial Award
1986 National Endowment for the Arts Grant
1978 National Endowment for the Arts Grant
1974-5 Fulbright-Hayes Grant for Sculpture to Japan
1974 National Endowment for the Arts Grant

2001 "Jeffrey Maron, Painting & Sculpture", Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, New Jersey
2000 "Birth of the World",Westwood Gallery, New York, New York
1993 Stephen Rosenberg Gallery, New York, New York
1986 P.S.1 (Institute for Art&Urban Resources), New York, New York
1984 Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, New York
1983 Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, New York
1981 Martha White Gallery, Louisville, Kentucky
1979 Alexander F. Milliken Gallery, New York, New York
1978 Alexander F. Milliken Gallery, New York, New York
1977 Alexander F. Milliken Gallery, New York, New York
1975 United States Information Service, American Cultural Centers in Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka & Sapporo, Japan
1975 Minami Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1974 Westchester Community College, Westchester, New York
1973 Forest Park College, St. Louis, Missouri
1971 Loretto Hilton Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri

U.S. Embassy, Tokyo, Japan
Mountain Bell Corporate Offices, Denver, Colorado
Smithsonian Institution
Philadelphia Health Care Plan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Hakone Museum, Hakone, Japan
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri
Modern Museum of Art, Mexico City, Mexico
Sumitomo Corp., Kobe, Japan
Westchester Community College, Purchase, New York
Merrill Lynch Corp., New York, New York
NYNEX Corp., White Plains, New York
Deloitte and Touche
Weil, Gotshall & Manges
Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina
Kitano Corp.
Rosenthal Art Equities
Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, New Jersey

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