Allan Gorman is a realistic artist with a history that includes over 100 exhibition showings in museums, galleries and major art fairs including: “Hyperrealism" at The Illinois Institute of Art - Chicago; “Re-Presenting Realism” at the Arnot Art Museum (Elmira, NY), ArtPrize7 and ArtPrize8 in Grand Rapids, MI: The ArtHamptons Art Fair; Art Palm Springs; Art Palm Beach; The International Guild of Realism's Masterworks Traveling Museum Tour; "Something More Than Realism" at Galeria ArteLibre in Zaragosa, Spain;“Industrialism in the 21st Century” at the Nicole Longnecker Gallery; and most recently, “Luster – Realistic and Hyperrealistic Art of Automobiles and Motorcycles”, which made its debut at the Daytona Beach Museum of Art & Science in March 2018 and will be traveling to nine museums throughout the US through 2021.
Gorman was awarded a Fellowship for Painting from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (2013). In 2011, he was awarded a resident fellowship to Vermont Studio Center and was invited back again in 2014 and 2018. In 2016, he was selected for a fellowship residency by the ESKFF Foundation at Mana Contemporary.
Gorman's work has been featured for four consecutive years in Arte Libre's Arty Libertad; Manifest's International New Painting Annuals 2, 6 and 8; America Art Collector (several issues); Poets & Artists Magazine (several issues); Steadfast Arte Magazine; The Huffington Post; CreativeTime4Talk; about.com; ArtHabens Review, and dozens of other print and electronic publications.
His art is included in numerous corporate and private collections.
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