CV

Education

2017              Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture   Skowhegan, ME

2014-2017     MFA University of South Florida School of Art and Art History, Tampa, FL

2012               BFA: Major: Painting, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL 2012

2012               New York Studio Residency Program (Affiliated with School of Visual Arts) Brooklyn, NY

 

Teaching Experience

2015 -2017     Teaching Assistant, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL ( courses taught : Introduction to Painting [instructor of record] Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017

 

Awards/Grants/Fellowships

2014                Graduate Fellowship, University of South Florida,  Tampa, FL

 

Exhibitions

2017                Group Exhibition   Skyway: A Contemporary Collaboration, Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL

2017                Group Exhibition   Every Disaster Made Us Wish For More Contemporary Art Museum USF, Tampa, FL

2016                Solo Exhibition    Looks Like a Shout, Portspace Gallery, Gulfport, FL

2015                Group Exhibition Deeper Insight, Centre Gallery, Tampa, FL

2015                Group Exhibition Untitled (Abstraction), Centre Gallery, Tampa, FL

2012                Group Exhibition Range Life, Crossely Gallery, Sarasota Fl.

2012                Group Exhibition Wet Pain, 20 Jay st., Brooklyn,    NY

2011                Two-Person ExhibitionOne Night Only, Crossely Gallery, Sarasota, Fl

2011                Two-Person Exhibition Presenting New Works by Matthew Coombs and  Mitchell Gallery, Englewood, Fl

2011                Solo Exhibition Presenting New Works,  Barbara May Estate      Sarasota, FL

2011                Solo Exhibition Parallax, 529 Gallery, Sarasota Fl

 

Press

2016               Caitlin Albritton, The Chatter of Paint: Walter Matthews at Portspace.    

                        (Rendering the Invisible Visible with Reverberating Lines)

Creative Loafing Tampa

http://www.cltampa.com/arts-entertainment/visual-art/article/20842036/the-chatter-of-paint-looks-like-a-shout-at-portspace