A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art and Case Western Reserve University, Dolores Glover Kaufman began her career as a visual artist with a one woman show at the Women's City Club Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio. Her early works were large colorful abstracts but within a few years she became caught up in the excitement of photography and never looked back. In the late 1970's and l980's she showed her black & white photographs in group and juried shows, including the Cleveland Museum of Art's Juried May Shows. In 1980 she exhibited a collaborative series of images with another Cleveland photographer, entitled Parma Piece at the New Gallery of Contemporary Art. Later that year she was selected to be included in Photography For Collectors, from Adams to Winograd, also at the New Gallery of Contemporary Art, and in 1983 was included in Portfolio '83, a Juried Selection of Visual Artists in the Cleveland Area. Other exhibitions of note: Berg/Kaufman at the Atrium Gallery at The University of Akron in 1978, and another collaborative series,"Facing" was shown at the Photoworks Gallery, Boston, Mass. in 1979. That same year Dolores was also included in American Vision, New York University and The Butler Institute of American Art. During those years she earned her living teaching Art and Photography at both public and private schools. From 1982-1986 she was a Lecturer in Photography at Case Western Reserve University, and in 1987 left teaching to join another photographer, Bill Braden, in a commercial photography studio which later became Braden & Kaufman. In 1995 their studio made the decision to purchase a PowerMac system in order to gain more control over their images and Dolores taught herself digital imaging which eventually led to experiments in the use of digital technology in her personal work, currently featured on the MOCA.Virtual.Museum website, World Printmakers, and the Digital Art Guild (see links).

Publications:

Cover of Catalogue, Inaugural Exhibition, Museum of Computer Art, Brooklyn, NY
Siggraph 2005 Electronic Art and Animation Catalogue
Computer Graphics Magazine June 2005 feature: Siggraph 2005 Art Gallery
Going Digital: The Practice and Vision of Digital Artists (book) by Joe Nalven and JD Jarvis
Desktop April 2005 (magazine, Australia) feature: International Digital Art Award
Cover of IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications and featured article, A Space To Dream by Gary Singh

Selected Exhibitions 2004-2017:

2017: FIRST PLACE for Photography, TESA Annual Show at Sterling Gallery, Dunedin, FL

2016: 3rd Place, TESA at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, Tampa, FL

2015: BEST IN SHOW, TESA Annual Show at Sterling Gallery, Dunedin, FL

2015: CONTEMPO 2015, Lighthouse Art Center Museum, Gallery, and School of Art, Tequesta, FL

2014: BODY LANGUAGE, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA

2014: Chosen one of 24 digital artists to receive a STELLER ART AWARD in the international True Colors 2 - Digital Arts California exhibit.

2013: Stirling Art Studios & Gallery, EXPANDING VISIONS, Two Artists - Two Bodies of Work.

2012: Chosen one of 17 Grand-masters of Digital Art by MOCA:Museum of Computer Art

2010: Second National Photography/Digital Imaging Exhibit, Palm Beach Community College, Palm Beach, FL.

2009: First Place: Creative Mediums Category, Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Tampa, Fl.

2009: Spirituality Show, Art Institute of California, San Diego

2008: Inaugural Exhibition, Museum of Computer Art, Brooklyn, NY

2008: Urban Legends/Country Tales, Bonita Museum, Bonita CA

2008: National Photography/Digital Imaging Exhibit, Palm Beach Community College, Palm Beach, FL.

2007: 100% Pure Florida (all media), Fifth Avenue Art Gallery, Melbourne, Florida

2007: Honorable Mention All Media Show, The Art Center, St. Petersburg, Fl.

2007: Siggraph Travelling Art Show, Hong Kong, China

2007: iV 11th International / Conference on Information Visualisation in Zurich, Switzerland

2007: CGIV 4th International Conference Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization in Bangkok, Thailand.

2007: Second All-Media National Juried Exhibition / 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, Fl

2007 49th International All Media Exhibition / The San Diego Art Institute's Museum of the Living Artist, San Diego CA

2007: First International Festival of Nano Art, Kotkan valokuvakeskus, Kotka, Finland

2007: Exposition MIAD Venado Tuerto / Museum of Fine arts, ROSA GALISTEO de RODRIGUEZ, Santa Fe city, Argentina

2006: Honorable Mention, All Media Show: Ephemera, The Art Center, St. Petersburg, Fl.

2006: Honorable Mention, Tampa Gallery of Photographic Arts, Tampa, Florida.

2006: La Jolla Digital / The Village Gallery, La Jolla, CA

2006: After Dark / The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO

2006: M.I.A.D. Venado Tuerto 2006 / International Exhibition, Argentina

2005: Siggraph 2005 Art Gallery, Juried by Jon Ippolito, Guggenheim Museum

2005: IDAA (International Digital Art Awards)

2005: TechArt II / Boston Cyber Arts Festival, South Shore Arts

2005: La Jolla Digital / The Village Gallery, La Jolla, CA

2005: Virtual Fields:The Digital Landscape / Post Picasso.com / Art on the Line

2004: Painting With Pixels, Cork Gallery, Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, New York

2004: 6th Annual All Media Juried Exhibition, Touchstone Gallery, Washington, D.C. (Juror: Joe Shannon, critic and former curator of the Hirshhorn Museum)

2004: Best in Show, Tampa Gallery of Photographic Arts, Tampa, Florida. (Juror: Jennifer Hardin, Chief Curator of Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Fla.).

2004: Boundary Crossings, EMUR-R, Roswell, New Mexico

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