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Tim Prentice

president Prentice Colbert, Inc
Home Prentice Colbert, Inc 129 Lake Road Prentice Colbert, Inc County: CT
West Cornwall CT 06796 United States
Home Phone: 8606726728 Website: http://www.timprentice.com/

Bio

PRENTICE COLBERT, INC. 129 Lake Road, West Cornwall, CT 06796 860-672-6728

 

In 2012 Tim Prentice and his long time associate, David Colbert, formed Prentice Colbert, Inc. As partners they head a small crew of craftsmen that have worked together for between 20 and 35 years.

 

PRENTICE COLBERT COMMISSIONS

2021    Untitled. Litchfield County Courthouse, Torrington, CT

2019    Tumble. Dominion Energy, Richmond, VA

2018    Windfall. Capital One, McLean, VA; Geometridae. Knight Cancer Research Building, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR

2017    Crosscurrents. Tampa International Airport, Tampa, FL; Lure. OSU Valley Football Center, Corvallis, OR; Virga. Dixie Applied Technology College, St. George, UT

2016    Leaves. Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, CT

2015    Slalom. General Mitchell International Airport, Milwaukee, WI; Untitled. Woodland High School, Woodland, WA; Wind Wall. Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, PA

2014    Line Dance. Love Field, Dallas, TX; Convexity. Convexity Capital Management, Boston, MA; White Carpet. Phaeno Science Center, Wolfsburg, Germany

2013    Sidetrack. Union Depot, St. Paul, MN; Glissando. NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY

2012    Summer Shower. University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, IA; Scatterlight. Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA Straws in the Wind. Utah State University, Logan, UT; Regatta. New    Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM

 

TIM PRENTICE          timprentice@mac.com         http://www.timprentice.com

 

REPRESENTATIVE PRENTICE COMMISSIONS

2011    Nine Dragons. The Home Group, Taipei, Taiwan; Three Ribbons. City Hall, Mesquite, TX; Pergola. Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA

2010    Tall Windframe. Eastern CT State U., Willimantic, CT; Swarm. 11 Times Square, New York, NY; The Looking Glass. U. of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; Jibs. Adult Activity Center, Grand Prairie, TX; Gimme Five. Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX.

2009    Gallants. Conrac Facility, Hartsfield-Atlanta Airport, Atlanta, GA; Staysails. Science Alley, Hartford, CT; Chrysalis. U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Triple Trio. Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, NJ

2008    Fractured Column. University of Colorado, Denver, CO; Curly Zingers. Southern Oregon University, Medford, OR

2007    Pillar. New Castle County Courthouse, Wilmington, DE; Fine Line. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

2006    Untitled. Texas Tech U., Lubbock, TX; Double Curtain. Citigroup, New York, NY; 3 Curtains. Wells Fargo, Des Moines, IA.

2005    Busun. United States Embassy, Yaounde, Cameroon; Take 6. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

2004    Paper Trail. The Bureau of the Public Debt, Parkersburg, WV; Carpet. New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY

2003    Square Rigger. The Mitre Corporation, McLean, VA; Biplane II. U. of Florida, Gainesville, FL; The Wave. Sunken Gardens, St. Petersburg, FL

2002    Starlight. National Museum of Modern Art, Kwachon, Korea; Expanded Oculus. AstraZeneca USBC, Wilmington, DE; Triple Sec. Palm Beach Gardens Civic Center, Palm Beach Gardens, FL. 2001 Untitled. Samsung, Noble County, Seoul, Korea; Flashdance. Jacksonville International Airport, Jacksonville, FL

2000    Tricycle. Aurora Place, Sydney, Australia; Untitled. Odyssey Millennium Project, Belfast, Ireland

1999    Untitled. Rapid Transit, Yokohama, Japan; Full Fathom Five. Colorado’s Ocean Journey, Denver, CO

1998    Art Beat. University of Cincinnati Hospitals, Cincinnati, OH; Windframe. Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT

1997    North Wind, South Wind. McCormick Exhibition Facility, Chicago, IL; Untitled Zinger. MBTA,           Beechmont Station, Boston, MA

1996    Aviary. Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT

1994    HP217X3. Hewlett Packard, Andover, MA

1993    Soft Wing. Civic Center, Tottori, Japan; Untitled. Peak Galleria, Hong Kong

1992    Free Fall. Federal Reserve Bank of New York, East Rutherford, NJ

1991    Kite Tail. Irving Art Center, Irving, TX

1990    Osaka Critters. Tempozan Market Place, Osaka, Japan

1989    Soft Triangle. Summit Office Building, Raleigh, NC

1988    Spaceweave. Interlake, Oakbrook, IL

1987    Red Zinger. Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, CT

1986    Busy Signal. New Jersey Bell, Freehold, NJ

1985    Triptic. Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

1984    Helices. Mobil Research Facility, Princeton, NJ; Overtone. Bank of America, New York, NY

1983    Red Tumble. L.K. Comstock, Pittsburgh, PA

1981    Silver Lining. The Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV

1980    Mesh Boxes. Sun Oil, Fairfax, VA

1978    Biplane. American Express Headquarters, New York, NY

1976    Slipped Disk. AT & T Long Lines, Bedminster, NJ

 

SELECTED ONE MAN SHOWS

2021     The Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT

2017    Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT

2015    Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York, NY (’14,’12,‘09,‘08,‘06,‘04,‘02, ‘00, 1997, ‘94, ‘92, ‘90)

The Century Club, New York, NY

2009    Berkshire Botanical Gardens, Lenox, MA

2006    Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA

2005    Gallerie VonBartha, Basel, Switzerland

2002    Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO (2001, 2000, 1999). Saint-Gaudens Site, Cornish, NH

2001    Cais Gallery, Seoul, Korea. Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ

1999    The Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT

 

SELECTED INSTALLATIONS

2017                The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, PA

2007                BMW Welt, Munich, Germany

2005                Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY

2004                Mass MOCA, North Adams, MA

1994-1998       Decordova Museum. Lincoln, MA

1995                Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT

 

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2013    Chesterwood, Stockbridge, MA (‘12, ‘04, ‘03, 1998-1987)

2011    Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus, Denmark

2009    Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney, Australia

2008    Foundation Brandenburger Tor, Berlin, Germany

2005    Museum Jean Tinguely, Basel, Switzerland

2004    Kunsthaus Graz, Graz, Austria. National Academy of Design, New York, NY.

 

RECENT AWARDS

2014    Connecticut Governor’s Arts Award

2009    Transfield Kinetic Artist Prize, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney, Australia

 

PERSONAL   

1975-1980 Adjunct Professor of Design, Columbia University, NY, NY

1975-1989 Fellow, American Institute of Architects

1974-1976 President, Municipal Art Society, New York, NY

1973-1974 President, New York Chapter, A.I.A.

1965-1975 Partner, Prentice & Chan Architects, New York, NY

1953-1960 Yale University, B.A., M. Arch.

 

 

DAVID COLBERT     davidcolbert7@gmail.com        http://www.davidcolbert.com

 

COLBERT COMMISSIONS

2012    Extrusion. State of Florida, Florida International University, Miami, FL

2011    Tetra. State of Ohio, Kent State University, Trumbull, OH

2002    Untitled. Sabre, Inc., Fort Worth, TX

2000    Millenium Relief. City of New Haven, Millennium Plaza, New Haven, CT

1999    Western Totems. State of Connecticut, Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT

1991    Random Order. State of Connecticut, Northwestern Community College, Winsted, CT

 

SELECTED ONE MAN EXHIBITIONS

2016    Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT

2014    Marie Louise Trichet Gallery, Wisdom House, Litchfield, CT

2011    New Arts Gallery, Litchfield, CT (2008, 2005)

2005    Hotchkiss Library, Sharon, CT

2003    New Arts Gallery, Litchfield, CT

2001    The Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY

1994    The Washington Art Association, Washington, CT

1994   The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014    Governor’s Residence, Hartford, CT

2013    Chesterwood Museum, Stockbridge, MA (2003)

1997    Sculpture at Naumkeag, Stockbridge, MA

1995    Ars Scientifica, American Academy of Arts and Science, Washington, DC.

1991    Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT

1989    Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT

1986    New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT

 

AWARDS

2006-20 SolidWorks Corporation, Sponsored Artist.

2003    State of Connecticut, Artist Fellowship (Digital Art).

 

EDUCATION

1979    Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. B.A. Architectural Studies

1978    Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Artist Statement

With a background in architecture, I have been involved with public art as a kinetic sculptor for over forty years both in this country and abroad as the attached resume will attest. In 2012 I formed a partnership with my associate David Colbert as Prentice Colbert, Inc. My career has been devoted to meeting the requirements of the space, the schedule and the budget. Our hope is that the work will also engage the mind and lift the spirit.

In kinetic sculpture movement is everything. The changing patterns produced by the slightest currents of air are what we count on to repeatedly draw the eye of the viewer back to the work. The works are made of elements that are linked by a flexible wire web engineered to allow them to move individually and in concert. This synergistic web that enables the works to move can be seen as a metaphor for the structure of an interdisciplinary academic community. The action of the air moving over the individual elements causes the whole linked mass to move and change shape. The slow dance of the sculptures reveals the forces that act on the air in the building.

We take it as an article of faith that the air around us moves in ways that are organic, whimsical, and unpredictable. We therefore assume that if we were to abdicate the design to the wind, the work would take on these same qualities.

The engineer wants to minimize friction to make the air visible

The architect studies matters of scale and proportion

The sailor wants to know the strength and direction of the wind

The artist wants to understand its changing shape

Meanwhile the child wants to play

Portfolio

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