Dominick Guida is a studio and plein air painter based in NYC and upstate Schoharie County.

“I have always painted the landscape. For me landscape includes whatever is in front of me including the urban, rural, sea, figures; anything my environment provides. After a 20 year exploration of abstraction that was rooted in landscape I felt a need to return to figuration and recognizable imagery.”

A native New Yorker, Dominick Guida grew up in the town of Oyster Bay, Long Island. He spent 10 years in Southern California and received a BFA degree from Chouinard Art Institute of the California Institute of the Arts. He moved back to New York and was selected as a resident fellow at the Edward Albee Foundation in Montauk. After two years in Montauk and a move back to New York City he became a member of PS122 (Painting Space) where he maintains a studio.

EXHIBITIONS

2015
Mishkin Gallery, "Small Works" Curator Richard Timperio, Baruch College, NY
"All|Together|Different" Survey of Working Artists on the Lower East Side, Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, NY
Sideshow Gallery,”Sideshow Nation III” Williamsburg, NY

2014
Sideshow Gallery, “Sideshow Nation II” Williamsburg NY
“Landscapes for Landsakes” Agricultural Stewardship Association, Greenwich, NY

2013
Sideshow Gallery, “Sideshow Nation” Williamsburg, NY
MLR Studio, Drawings, Charlotteville, NY

2012
Sideshow Gallery, "Mic Check" Williamsburg, NY
MLR Studio, Summer Work, Charlotteville, NY

2011
Sideshow Gallery “Its All Good” Williamsburg, NY

2010
Sideshow Gallery, “ It’s a Wonderful 10th” Williamsburg NY
Itri Piazza Commune Galleria, solo exhibition, Itri, Italy

2009
“Landscapes for Landsakes,” Agricultural Stewardship Association, Greenwich, NY
Sideshow Gallery, Invatational Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

2008
Kerrigan – Campbell, Art + Projects, NY

2007
Recent work on paper MLR Studio, Charlotteville, NY

2006
Heidi Cho Gallery, Invatational, NY

2005
Recent Paintings MLR Studio, Charlotteville, NY

2003
26th Small Works Exhibition, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York University, Tatyana Okshteyn, Curator

2002
Artist’s Sketchbooks from Painting Space 122, Adam and Sophie Gimbel Design Library Parson’s School of Design, NY, Linda Marchand, Guest Curator
25th Small Works Exhibition, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, New York University, NY Barbara Millstein, Curator

2001
Cooperstown Art Assoc. 66th Annual National, Award of Merit, Cooperstown, NY
Cooperstown Art Assoc. 10th Annual Juried Exhibition, Cooperstown, NY

2000
Cooperstown Art Assoc. 65th Annual National, Cooperstown, NY

1999
Cooperstown Art Assoc. 64th Annual National, Frank Proctor Whiting Award, Memorial Prize, Cooperstown, NY
Chittenden Falls Factory Exhibition, Curated by Sally Echoff, Hudson, NY
Open Studio 402, Painting Space 122 Assoc., PS 122, NY
Souvenirs/Documents 20 Years, Painting Space Gallery, PS 122, NY
4th Annual Benefit Exhibition, PS 122 Gallery, NY

1998
Living With Art, Brenda Reinertson Gallery, Oakland, CA
Cooperstown Art Assoc. 63rd Annual National, Cooperstown, NY
Cooperstown Art Assoc. 7th Annual Juried Exhibition, Cooperstown, NY
Open Studio 402, Painting Space 122 Assoc., PS 122, NY
3rd Annual Benefit Exhibition, PS 122 Gallery, NY

1997
Recent Watercolors, MLR Studio, Charlotteville NY

1993
Drawings, MLR Studio, Charlotteville, NY

1991
Painting Space 122 Gallery, PS122, NY

1990
Indianapolis Collects, Herron Art Gallery, Indianapolis, IN

1988
Alumni Invitational Exhibition, California Institute of the Arts, Jim Starrett, Curator, Valencia, CA

1987
A New York View, Art Works Space, London, England
Summer Exhibition 1987, PMW Gallery, Stamford, CT
Color Now, 55 Mercer Gallery, Invitational, NY

1986
Art for Money, Fashion Moda Benefit Exhibition, Barbara Quinn, Curator, Art et Industrie Gallery, NY
Twelve Plus, PMW Gallery, Stamford, CT
"The Gang of Twelve from New York City", Galleria Centro Mascarella Arte Ricera, Bologna, Italy
"The Gang of Twelve from New York City", Museo Civico, Avola, Italy

1985
Fashion Moda Benefit Exhibition Sale, Barbara Quinn, Curator, Ronald Feldman Gallery, NY

1984
Group Show for the Benefit of Creative Time, Oil & Steel Gallery, Barbara Quinn, Curator, NY
Painting and Sculpture Today 1984, Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN
New Spiritual Abstraction of the 1980’s, Nohra Haime Gallery, Ronny Cohen, Curator, NY

1982
Artists from the Edward Albee Foundation, Guild Hall Museum, Edward Albee, Curator, East Hampton, NY

1981
Summer Selections Frank Marino Gallery, NY
Window Painting, Franklin Furnace, NY
Bozart, Des Refuse Gallery, NY

1980
Geometric Abstraction, OIA, Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY
Open Studio 402, PS 122, NY
Works on Paper, Painting Space Gallery, NY

1979
Open Studio 402, Painting Space, PS122, NY

1978
Post-Card Size Art, OIA, P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY
Arte Fiera ’78, Bologna, Italy
Basel Art Fair, Switzerland.
Window Painting Installation, Childcraft East 23rd St., NY

1977
Post-Card Show, Truman Gallery, NY

1975
Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of Art, NY

1974
Dominick Guida-Barbara Quinn, Whitney Museum of Art Resources Center, NY

1971
Riverside Art Association Exhibition, CA Best Contemporary Cash Award
National Orange Show, Los Angeles, CA

1970
Redlands Art Association Exhibition, CA
Prospectus 70, Huntington Beach, CA
Cerritos Open, Cerritos College, CA

1968
Drawings, Chouinard Art Institute Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1967
Redlands University Art Gallery Exhibition, CA

1965
Huntington Beach Art League Art Exhibition, Second Place Award, Huntington Beach, CA

1964
Laguna Beach Art Association Gallery, CA
Melody Da Studios, Solo Exhibition, Huntington Beach, CA
Marina High School, Solo Exhibition, Huntington Beach, CA
Top 150, Cal State Fullerton Art Gallery
Pico Rivera Art Assoc. Exhibition, CA Third Place and Special Award
Lincoln Arms Center Art Exhibition, Anaheim, CA. Second Place and Honorable Mention Award

1963
7th Annual Young Artists Exhibition, Art Teachers Assoc. Award of Excellence Medal, Abraham & Strauss Long Island, NY




EDUCATION, TEACHING, RESIDENCIES, PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

1964 – 1968
BFA Chouinard Art Institute, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, Studied painting with Edward Reep and Emerson Woelffer

1964 – 1968
Scholarships, Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA

1969
Nominated for Young Talent Purchase Award by Emerson Woelffer, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA

1967 – 1971
California Congress of Parent and Teachers, Inc. Summer Art Scholarship Program for Gifted high School Students, Teaching Assistant to Edward Reep, Northridge University, CA

1974
Artist in Residence, Whitney Museum Art Resources Center, NY

1977 – 1979
Artist in Residence, Edward Albee Foundation, Montauk, NY

1979
Painting Commission, Edward Albee Foundation, NY

1979 – Present
Painting Space 122 Association, Member, PS122, NY

1987 – 2002
Representative, Board of Directors, PS122 Cultural Center, NY

2002 – Present
Painting Space 122 Gallery, Archivist, PS122, NY

1990 – Present
Private Instructor Drawing, Watercolor and Oil Painting




BIBLIOGRAPHY

Michael Blum, “Twelve Plus at the PMW Gallery,” Fair Press, Fairfield, CT, Nov 12, 1986.
Carlo McCormick, Essay, Catalogue of Exhibiting Artist, “The Gang of 12 from New York,”
Galleria Centro Mascarella Arte Ricerca, Bologna, Italy and Museo Civico, Avola, Italy. May 1986.
Helen Ferrulli, Essay, Catalogue of the Exhibition, “Painting and Sculpture Today 1984,”
Indianapolis Museum of Art, May 1984: black and white reproduction on page 4.
Amei Wallach, “Art Works of Albee’s Barn,” Newsday, Melville, NY, June 6, 1982.
Phyllis Baraff, “From the Studio,” The East Hampton Star, East Hampton, NY, June 6, 1982 section 11, page 7.
Edward Albee, Catalogue of the Exhibition, “Artists from the Edward Albee Foundation: Painting and Sculpture by Sixteen Artists Who Have Been in Residence at the Edward Albee Foundation Over the Past Fifteen Years,” Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY. 1982.
“A Note on the Artists,” pages 4-7, with a black and white reproduction on page 13.
William Zimmer, “Through the Glass Starkly,” The Soho News, NY, NY. May 6, 1981.
Whitney Museum, Exhibition Catalogue, 1975 Biennial Exhibition, black and white reproduction on page 46, NY, NY. 1977.
Amy Goldin, “The New Whitney Biennial: Pattern Emerging?” Art in America, May – June 1975.




COLLECTIONS

Harrisburg Crown Plaza, PA
Marriot Courtyard, Philadelphia, PA
Hilton Southwest, Houston, Texas
Nissan Motor Corporation, Gardena, CA
G.T.E. Corporation, Indianapolis, Indiana
U.S. Tobacco Corp., Greenwich, CT
Goldman Sachs and Co., NY, NY
Goldman Sachs and Co., Washington, DC
Chemical Bank, NY, NY
Connecticut Bank and Trust Company, Norwalk, CT
The Continental Corporation, Sascataway, NJ
Cologne Life Reinsurance Corporation, Stamford, CT
Oceantrawl Corporation, NY, NY
Michael R. Kane Assoc., Inc., New Cannan, CT
Edward Albee Foundation Collection, NY, NY
Mrs Edward Steichen Family Collection, NY, NY

And Numerous Private Collections