spring 2008- I will be showing in Lumina Gallery (www.luminagallery.com) in Taos, NM.
2006 - present - Seedboat Gallery, Silver City, NM.
2004- "So-Q" show, Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM.
2002- "Trading Places" show, Las Cruces Museum of Fine Art, Las Cruces, NM.
1989- "Outdoor Sculpture NOW", Islip Art Museum, E. Islip, NY., curator, Jennifer Cross
COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY EXHIBITIONS
2006-2008- "Outward/Westward", outdoor sculpture exhibit, Central Wyoming College, Riverton, WY.
2005-2006- Washburn University outdoor sculpture exhibit, Topeka, KS.
1994- "Only Steel", SOLO SHOW, Lehrman Art Gallery, Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg, PA.JURIED EXHIBITIONS
2007-2008- "Art on the Corner", Grand Junction, CO.
2005-2006- "Waco National Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition", juror, Jesus Moroles, Waco, TX
2007- Cibola Arts Council, Grants, NM., commissioned through NM AIPP (Arts In Public Places) program.
2007- Gila Regional Medical Center, Silver City, NM., Commissioned by NM AIPP.
2005- Del Norte Park, Hobbs, NM., commissioned by NM AIPP.
2006- T.I.M.E. Subject-Alchemy, commissioned by NM Arts for Silver City in conjunction with the "Art Walk"
2003- Arthaus Gallery, Silver City, NM.
2000-2001- Galleri Urbane, Silver City, NM.
1998- Soho West Art Gallery, Silver City, NM.
1992- "Past & Present", Northport/B.J. Spoke Gallery, Huntington, NY.
1991- "Four Person Show", Ariel Galler, Soho, N.Y.C.
AWARDS & HONORS
2007- 2nd prize, Oshara Village Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe, NM.
2006-Central Wyoming College, Riverton, WY.
ARTICLES & REVIEWS
2007-"The Source Features........", by Tammy Gemaehlich, The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction, CO., 6/15/07
2007-"Mix of Curves, Straight Lines.........", by Tammy Gemaehlich, The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction, CO., 5/25/07
EXCERPTS FROM PUBLICATIONS
"Whether it's the curvy or straight geometric shapes, Turner's art works invite the viewer to circle the piece, taking in all sides and angles." , Tammy Gemaehlich, The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction, CO. 5/25/07
"Among the 20 artists represented here, a minority do seem to aspire to genuine constructivism. Jeff Turner's "Lavender Sharps & Flats", a structure of welded iron incongruously painted an attractive purplish blue, is a strongly composed well balanced abstraction more in keeping with constructivist principles than most of the other work. Helen Harrison, The New York Times, 11/21/82
This is just a partial resume' of more recent events in my art career. If a full and complete resume', which will encompass 4 or 5 pages is desired, contact me.