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18 years of installation experience • involved in over 200 exhibits • thousands of works hung

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        and galleries. Custom Databases tailored to accommodate the client's specific needs.

Museum & Gallery Skill Sets
Each exhibit project is unique and may not include all of the tasks in each area.

      • Project Management
        scheduling, contracts, exhibition logistics, insurance procurement, condition inspections and reports, installation and deinstallation, monitoring gallery climate, gallery maintenance, gallery security, coordination of support staff and volunteers

      • Curation
        creation of exhibition concepts, creative direction & oversight, research, selection of artwork

      • Installation
        arrangement and hanging of work, labeling & signage, including educational displays

      • Education
        research, design and production of wall texts, displays & signage; catalogues, handouts; website & social media management, promotional & education web pages

      • Promotion
        advertising, posters, brochures, flyers, invitations, and business cards; website & social media management

    curated exhibits

    Altered Realism: Seven from the Upstate

    2017 • Altered Realism: Seven from the Upstate
    Upstairs Artspace, Tryon NC

    installation

    Each of the artists in this show maintains a connection with realism. Through personal vocabularies, they express their distinctive understanding of and unique relationship to reality. The portals they create for the viewer to pass through may have differed, but on the other side of each door are visions of humanity that are thoughtful and provocative.

    Featuring works by Addam Duncan, Glenda Guion, Ludovic Nkoth, Nancy O'Dell-Keim, Beth Regula, and Dwight Rose. | Altered Reality webpage|

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    The Art of Comic Art: an Illustrated History

    2010 • The Art of Comic Art: an Illustrated History
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    The American comic strip in its first definitive form was born on October 18, 1896 in a Sunday “Yellow Kid” page drawn by Richard Felton Outcault for WilliamRandolph Hearst’s New York Journal. When Hearst discovered that comic strips sold a lot of newspapers, he was more than glad to expand the features. By the turn of the century, dialogue and art in a strip form had become a definite part of newspapers. On January 12, 1912, Hearst introduced the world’s first daily comic page. This exhibition is comprised of original cartoon panels from The Flintstones, Yogi Bear, Tarzan, Little Lulu, The Jetsons, Laurel and Hardy, and Bugs Bunny are a few of the strips represented in this fun and informative exhibit.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Irma & August Cook : New Works in the Collection

    2010 • Irma & August Cook : New Works in the Collection
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    August and Irma Cook are credited with bringing art to Spartanburg, but beyond that, they brought art and art education to South Carolina. Generations of artists in Spartanburg and beyond owe their fundamental training to the Cooks - to August who taught at Converse College for 42 years and for many years at his Chesnee studio, and to Irma, who taught in the basement of their South Fairview Extension home. This exhibit was the first public viewing of a major body of drawings and sketches donated to SAM by Howard & Katherine Cook.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Andy Warhol & Friends: 5 Minutes of Fame

    2010 • Andy Warhol & Friends: 5 Minutes of Fame
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    This exhibit featured a body of the infamous Polaroids. As they were used as studies for other works, most of the Polaroids were never exhibited during Warhol’s lifetime. These intimate glimpses of celebrity and the ordinary were balanced by other works by Jim Dine, Edward Hill & Suzanne Bloom, Claes Oldenburg, and Phyllis Yes. Whether his work is outrageous or mannerly, coarse or sublime, Warhol's art demands a reponse from the viewer.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Co-curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    A Life’s Passion: selections from the Heavrin Collection

    2009 • A Life’s Passion: selections from the Heavrin Collection
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    This exhibit featured works by Elliott Daingerfield, Henry Gasser, Emile Albert Gruppe, Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, Lester Stevens, Anthony Thieme, Eugene Thomason, and Elizabeth O’Neill Verner.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Georg Arnold Graboné: Artwork and Friendships in Postwar Germany

    2009 • Georg Arnold Graboné: Artwork and Friendships in Postwar Germany
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installationIn Post-WWII Germany, Prof. Georg Arnold Graboné was well-known for his exceptional use of the palette knife, and was remarkable in its texture and brilliant color. In 1951 Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower was the commander of occupied Europe. At Winston Churchill’s insistance, Eisenhower took up painting as a hobby and began taking lessons from the artist. Through Eisenhower, Churchill became interested in Arnold Graboné’s painting technique and in the early 1950s, invited him to spend three weeks painting together on the Isle of Man.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Selections from the Palmetto Bank Corporate Collection

    2008 • Selections from the Palmetto Bank Corporate Collection
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    In 2007 the Palmetto Bank was awarded the Elizabeth O’Neil Verner Governor’s Award for the Arts for its continued efforts to support and nurture South Carolina’s arts and artists. Begun over 30 years ago, The Bank’s Corporate Collection represents some of the best art of contemporary South Carolina Artists.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Harold Krisel Print Collection

    2008 • Harold Krisel Print Collection
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Harold Krisel (1920-1996) studied architecture at the Chicago Institute of Design’s New Bauhaus from 1946-1949. He became a member of American Abstract Artists in 1946, and retained this membership for the duration of his life. Once he retired from architecture, Krisel pursued his life long dream of dedicating himself full-time to the fine arts, where he worked on commissioned sculpture, fountains, and graphics in his studio in Bridgehampton, Long Island. Besides having work in prestigious museums in thee U.S. and Europe, Krisel’s work may be seen on the walls at the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport, the sculpture on Butler Circle on the Wofford College Campus, and now through this generous donation of forty prints by his estate to the permanent collection of the Spartanburg Art Museum.

     

     

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

    The Centennial Exhibition of SAM's Permanent Collection

    2007 • The Centennial Exhibition of SAM's Permanent Collection
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    “The Girl with the Red Hair,” an oil on canvas by Robert Henri, was acquired by The Arts and Crafts Club in 1907 as the first piece of a permanent collection for the community of Spartanburg. The Palmetto Bank Endowed Permanent Collection now includes works by George Aid, Leonard Baskin, Lowell Birge Harrison, G. Thompson Prichard, and William Trost Richards as well as many Upstate South Carolina artists such as August and Irma Cook, Margaret Law, and Josephine Sibley Couper.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Richard Samuel Roberts (1880-1936)

    2006 • Richard Samuel Roberts (1880-1936)
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    During the 1920s and 1930s in Columbia, South Carolina, a black man named Richard Samuel Roberts worked from 4:00 a.m. to noon at the United States Post Office. In the afternoon, Roberts walked to the heart of the segregated city’s African-American commercial district, where he maintained a photography studio. Featuring selections from the Columbia Museum's collection of Roberts's work, this exhibit provides significant insight into Columbia, South Carolina's burgeoning black middle class in the years following World War I and through the Great Depression .

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    The Architecture & Art of J. Frank Collins (1883-1969

    2006 • The Architecture & Art of J. Frank Collins (1883-1969)
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    An architect of high repute and a man of many other talents, Collins designed many well-known buildings in Spartanburg. The Masonic Temple, old Water Works Building, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Southside Elementary School (now The Arts Center), Duncan Park Stadium, the original Spartanburg General Hospital, and numerous residences are among the legacy as an architect. Included in this exhibit will be examples of his painting, sculpture, ceramics, and woodworking.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Vadim Bora: American Retrospective

    2005 • Vadim Bora: American Retrospective
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    The work of Master Sculptor and Painter Vadim Bora reflects the high standards found in classical and contemporary European techniques and traditions. Originally from the republic of North Ossetia in Russia’s Caucasus Mountains, Bora was awarded the coveted status of “Person with Extraordinary Abilities” by the U.S. Government.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Marcus Hamilton

    2005 • Marcus Hamilton
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    After a successful career as a nationally known illustrator, Hamilton moved into a second career, that of the weekday cartoonist for the comic strip Dennis the Menace. After a successful career as a nationally known illustrator, Hamilton moved into a second career, that of the weekday cartoonist for the comic strip Dennis the Menace. Not only will this exhibition track the versatile Hamilton’s artistic evolution from artist/illustrator to cartoonist, it will explore the differences and similarities of the two fields.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Regional Printmakers Invitational

    2005 • Regional Printmakers Invitational
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    This exhibit had a major educational component that taught the differences between the Four Great Divisions of Printmaking: relief, intaglio, planography, and serigraphy.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Cuba: Un Viaje Judío / Cuba: A Jewish Journey in photographs by Errol Daniels

    2004 • Cuba: Un Viaje Judío / Cuba: A Jewish Journey in photographs by Errol Daniels
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Jews began to emigrate to Cuba from the U.S. during the Cuban War of Independence (Spanish-American War), and from Europe in the first quarter of the 20th century. A joint project between photographer Daniels and the Cuban Association of Artists and Writers has resulted in the book, “Cuba: A Jewish Journey” upon which this bilingual show is based.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg: The Early Years (1957-1966)

    2004 • Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg: The Early Years (1957-1966)
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    The Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg began meeting on the evening of October 7, 1957 as a coffee group to critique work. It soon became much more. Charter members were: Dorothea Baskin, Hazel Bobo, Betty Jane Bramlett, James “Buck” Buchanan, Lois Cantrell, Frank Coleman, Frank Collins, Irma Cook, Al Fleck, Murray Havens, Thomas Kendrick, John Mabry, Helen Dupre Moseley, Francis Riser, Marianna Smithson, Mary Ellen Suitt, Elizabeth “Libby” Taylor, Lucille Wallace, and Charlotte Wheeler.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Frank Coleman Retrospective

    2004 • Frank Coleman Retrospective
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    A founder of both the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg and the Spartanburg Historical Association, Coleman’s use of color was extolled by his former teacher and mentor, Irma Cook. A multi-talented individual, Coleman was also a student of archeology, architecture, photography.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Curation, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    other gallery experience

    Rolling Stone Press Collection

    2012 • Rolling Stone Press Collection
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    This collection of prints represents works by the artists who created lithographs at Rolling Stone Press in collaboration with master printer, Wayne Kline. The prints created at Rolling Stone Press have received significant critical attention worldwide.

    Involvement: Education, Promotion

     

     

    Will Henry Stevens (1881-1949)

    2011 • Will Henry Stevens (1881-1949)
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Stevens was an American modernist painter and is known for his paintings and tonal pastels of the South’s rural landscape which ranged from realistic to abstract. His work is represented in the collections of over forty American museums, including the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

    Involvement: Project Management, Promotion

     

     

    Contemporary Conversations, Part II: selections from the State Art Collection

    2011 • Contemporary Conversations, Part II:
    selections from the State Art Collection

    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    “Curated by Eleanor Heartney, author and contributing editor to Art in America and Artpress, the exhibition is composed of works by 95 contemporary South Carolina artists. The exhibition is designed to suggest both the quality and diversity of the state’s cultural heritage and includes everything from hard-edge geometric abstraction to surrealist tinged dreamscapes. Works are inspired by social issues, memory, local and national history, imagination, art of the past and aesthetic theory. Together they reflect the many voices and diverse concerns of South Carolina artists.”

    Involvement: Project Management, Promotion

     

     

    Faces from Africa II: from the Collection of James Mendes

    2011 • Faces from Africa II: from the Collection of James Mendes
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    This exhibit featured masks from Western and Central Africa that were used functionally for a variety of ceremonies but which are now viewed as representative of African Artistic works. Educational displays included Geo-Political Map of Tribal Africa, the nfluence of African art on 19th and 20th century European art, and description of the cire perdu (lost wax) process.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Wolf Kahn (Oils and Pastels)

    2011 • Wolf Kahn (Oils and Pastels)
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    One of the most important colorists working in America today, Wolf Kahn studied with the well-known teacher and abstract expressionist Hans Hoffman. Kahn’s work has been described as a synthesis of his modern abstract training with Hofmann, the palette of Matisse, Rothko’s sweeping bands of color, and the atmospheric qualities of American Impressionism.

    Involvement: Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Kent Ullberg: Monuments to Nature

    2010 • Kent Ullberg: Monuments to Nature
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Kent Ullberg is recognized as one of world’s foremost wildlife sculptors. In 1990 his peers elected him a full academician to the National Academy, thus making him the first wildlife artist since John James Audubon to receive one of the greatest tributes in American art. His Fort Lauderdale, FL and Omaha, NE installations are the largest wildlife bronze compositions ever done, spanning several city blocks.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Promotion

     

     

    PostSecret: Pop Culture Phenomenon

    2010 • PostSecret: Pop Culture Phenomenon
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    In November 2004, Frank Warren handed out 3,000 postcards to strangers. He invited people to write down a secret anonymously and mail it to him. Each secret had to be true and something that had never been shared with another person. After the first exhibition closed, word of the project spread. People began crafting their own homemade postcards and the artful secrets began arriving from every continent. Today, Warren has received more than 150,000 postcards and they continue to come at a rate of about 1,000 per week. The PostSecret exhibition features more than 400 postcards that bring together the most powerful, poignant, and beautifully intimate secrets Warren has received.

    Involvement: Installation, Promotion

     

     

    American Society of Marine Artists

    2009 • American Society of Marine Artists
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    The American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA) icelebrated its 30th anniversary with a traveling exhibition of work by more than 100 contemporary marine artists. The ASMA is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to recognize and promote maritime art and history and to encourage cooperation among artists, historians, and mariner enthusiasts. Founded in 1978, it has brought together some of America’s most talented contemporary artists in the marine field, and currently has more than 600 members.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Promotion

     

     

    Blossom - Art of Flowers

    2009 • Blossom - Art of Flowers
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Flowers have been perennially portrayed by artists for centuries. Perhaps best known in classical art are the flowers featured in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish still-life paintings. In the Twentieth Century, flowers served as an inspiration and source of imagery for one of, if not the most beloved and well-known American artists of feminine gender, Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986). In the world of floral art, there has not been a recent, major competition or exhibition equivalent to the blockbusters of other specialty subjects such as animals, birds, national parks, or the west. This international juried, art competition and exhibition was conceived to fill this void, and showcase the quality and diversity of the best work being produced today.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Promotion

     

     

    Leon Makielski (1885–1974): American Impressionist

    2008 • Leon Makielski (1885–1974): American Impressionist
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Makielski was a member of a number of art colonies, both in the United States and in Europe. He exhibited his work at the Paris Salons of 1910 and 1911. J.M. Studebaker, president of Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company, provided Makielski with his financial and moral support during his studies and travels in Europe. In one of his letters of support to the artist during this time, Studebaker inquired about two of his paintings which were shipped to the United States via the steamer, Titanic. As he suspected, the paintings went down with the ship while the artist cancelled his passage on the Titanic to stay on in Europe to paint for another month. Makielski’s move to Ann Arbor in 1915 launched his career as a portrait and landscape painter. During his teaching days in 1923 he painted a portrait of his friend, Robert Frost. This portrait of Frost now hangs in the Museum of Art at the University of Michigan.

    Involvement:
    Project Management, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Art & the Animal: The 47th Annual Exhibition & National Tour

    2008 • Art & the Animal:
    The 47th Annual Exhibition & National Tour of The Society of Animal Artist

    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    The Society of Animal Artists is an association of animal and wildlife painters and sculptors. Some of the finest animal artists from the United States, Canada, Europe, Africa, Japan, and Australia are represented in the Society’s membership.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Promotion

     

     

    Art of the Rainforest

    2007 • Art of the Rainforest
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    A nationally touring exhibit, Art of the Rainforest featured 60 pieces of artwork by leading artists whose focus is the rainforest. This exhibit ran the stylistic gamut (from photorealism to impressionism) and depicted the diversity of flora and fauna of the world’s great rainforests, over one-third of the total species living in the world today.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Promotion

     

     

    People Reading: Selections from the Collection of Donald and Patricia Oresman

    2007 • "People Reading: Selections from the Collection of Donald and Patricia Oresman>
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Sixy pieces of work were selected from a collection numbering over twenty-three hundred works that have been featured in portfolios in The New Yorker and The Paris Review. The Oresman’s collection may be the largest and most distinguished collection in America assembled around the particular theme of persons reading. Among the artists whose works were in the Spartanburg exhibit are: Pierre Bonnard, Elizabeth Catlett, Marc Chagall, Fritz Eichenberg, Jean Louis Forain, Edward Gorey, Kyokei Inukai, Clare Leighton, Leo Meissener, Diego Rivera, and Ben Shahn. The exhibit provideD the basis for community programs focused upon the issue of literacy, the literary enterprise, and the pursuits of book and art collecting.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Promotion

     

     

    Spectacular Achievements: Audubon’s Animals of North America

    2007 • Spectacular Achievements: Audubon’s Animals of North America
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    John James Audubon (1785-1851) trekked across the American wilderness to document the birds and mammals of a country teeming with species never before documented in the world of science. This exhibit provides a unique opportunity to view Audubon’s lithographic works in depth and to appreciate his skills as an artist, observer and interpreter of nature. Seventy masterpieces of art and science that are uniquely American will be on display.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Promotion

     

     

    body image | body essence - John Magnan, New Bedford, MA

    2007 • body image | body essence, John Magnan, New Bedford, MA
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    The story of John and Mary Magnan was featured on a CBS Sunday Morning broadcast in 2003. John, a retired Cold War security analyst for the NSA, began creating sculptures soon after his wife Mary was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Powerfully affected by the total surprise of her diagnosis and the ordeal of her surgery and treatment, he responded with an unblinking artistic look at the experience of dealing with cancer. Using recurrent imagery of hair loss to explore the conflict between “who I am” and “what I look like” faced by women with ovarian cancer after its invasive surgery and follow-up treatments. Solemn issues of scarring, fatigue and fertility can be found in some pieces, but so can humorous explorations of “chemo brain,” or hair that refuses to grow back the same as before.

    Involvement: Installation, Promotion

     

     

    Zhi Lin: Five Capital Executions in China

    2004 • Zhi Lin: Five Capital Executions in China
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    SAM was the last of a four venue tour of this Zhi Lin exhibit, the others being Los Angeles, Seattle, and West Bend Indiana. “Five Capital Executions in China,” has received many prestigious recognitions, including a National Endowment for the Arts Visual Fellowship Grant in Painting, and a Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Artists grant at Giverny (France).

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Burdé-Monroe African Collection

    2003 • Burdé-Monroe African Collection
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    A significant collection of African art and artifacts, Limestone College’s Burdé-Monroe African Collection is a wonderful body of work which the public seldom sees. The works in this exhibition were collected primarily from expeditions to the Niger River and Guinea Coast of Africa.

    Involvement: Project Management, Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Josephine Sibley Couper retrospective

    2002 • Josephine Sibley Couper retrospective
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Along with Margaret Law, J.S. Couper was one of the founders of The Spartanburg Arts and Crafts Club which brought the first major art exhibition to Spartanburg in 1907 and which led to the purchase of the Robert Henri painting which began the Spartanburg public art collection. Couper studied with William Chase, Elliott Daingerfield, Hugh Breckenridge and André Lhôte in Paris. In 1907, Couper and another Spartanburg artist, Margaret Moffit Law, founded the Arts and Crafts Club. Tickets were sold to the public to raise money, and on May 9, 1907 Robert Henri’s “The Girl with the Red Hair” was hung in the public library.

    Involvement: Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    Eugene Healan Thomason retrospective

    2002 • Eugene Healan Thomason retrospective
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Originally from Blacksburg, SC, Thomason associated with the Ashcan school of Painters, and lived for a good time with George Lutz.

    Involvement: Installation, Promotion

     

     

    Houghton Cranford Smith retrospective

    2002 • Houghton Cranford Smith retrospective
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    Smith was born in New Jersey, studied in Paris under André Lhote and Dada, Smith’s connection to South Carolina was his wife, a native of Lancaster. This retrospective has a number of pieces reflecting summer vacations at S.C.’s Pawley’s Island.

    Involvement: Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    August & Irma Cook retrospective

    2002 • August & Irma Cook retrospective
    Spartanburg Art Museum

    installation

    The impact of the Cooks on art in S.C. was substantial. August created the first Art Department in South Carolina, and Irma’s students formed the nucleus of the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg; the guild was conceived in the Cook’s basement during one of Irma’s classes.

    Involvement: Installation, Education, Promotion

     

     

    endorsements

    “Scott Cunningham managed a number of national travelling exhibitions produced by David J. Wagner, L.L.C., that were displayed at the Spartanburg Art Museum.

    These included: Art and The Animal of the Society of Animal Artists based on Fifth Avenue in New York City, that was also featured at the opening of Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando; Art of the Rainforest which featured works by leading Amazon specialists such as Mary Helsaple and Richard Sloan, and Gamini Ratnavira of Sri Lanka; Blossom ~ Art of Flowers the first in a pair of internationally juried competitions sponsored by The Susan K. Black Foundation; Paws & Reflect - Art of Canines, the sequel to Feline Fine - Art of Cats; and the sculpture exhibition, Kent Ullberg - A Retrospective.

    Scott was responsible for unpacking, condition reporting and re-packing artworks for transit, as well as installation, graphics, and web design. Scott’s virtual design on-line was best exemplified by the webpage he produced for Art of the Rainforest. Scott’s use of space in gallery layout and design was impeccable. We found Scott easy to work with and someone we could count on to follow through.”

    David J. Wagner, Ph.D., President
    David J. Wagner, L.L.C., Milwaukee, WI

    website

    “Scott Cunningham curated an exhibition of my late husband and partner, international artist Vadim Bora, at the Spartanburg Museum of Art. Around this comprehensive exhibition, entitled “American Retrospective,” Scott planned several endeavors, including a sculpture class, statements and labels in both English and Russian as part of international cultural outreach to the community.

    Not only did Scott expertly mount a rather complex collection of drawings, paintings, satirical cartoons, sketches, and sculptures, but he also managed the publicity, resulting in several feature articles. The exhibition information that he managed on the museum’s web site, is still consulted today, as evidenced in hits on the late artist’s web site.

    Scott was efficient, creative, thorough, and highly dependable in the planning and implementation of all aspects of this benchmark exhibition.”

    Constance E. Richards

    website

    “I have worked with Scott on several occasions as he worked to organize exhibitions at the Spartanburg Art Museum. His knowledge of the arts in our community is outstanding and he was able to pull in some wonderful shows.”

    Sandy Rupp, Director
    Hampton III Gallery, Taylors, SC

    website