Education

California Institute of the Arts, '74-6, M.F.A.

Corcoran School of Art (evening school), '73-4.

North Carolina State University, '68-73, Bachelor of Product Design.

One and Two Person Exhibitions

Ron Rozzelle: Environmental Activist, Greenville County Museum of Art, 15, Greenville, SC

George Bireline and Ron Rozzelle, Elon University Rockefeller Model Center, '99, Elon, NC.

Ron Rozzelle, Greenville County Museum of Art, '91, Greenville, SC.

Ron Rozzelle Paintings, Marita Gilliam Gallery, '90, Raleigh, NC.

Private Visions: Drawings by Ron Rozzelle and Richard Stenhouse, North Carolina Museum of Art, '86, Raleigh, NC.

Selected Group Exhibitions

Measure of All Things: The Human Form, Cameron Art Museum, '07-08, Wilmington, NC.

The Elements: Of Nature and Art, Cameron Art Museum, '06, Wilmington, NC.

Crosscurrents: Art, Craft, and Design in North Carolina, North Carolina Museum of Art, '05, Raleigh, NC, and The Mint Museums, '06, Charlotte, NC.

Road in Sight: Contemporary Art in North Carolina, Duke University, '05, Durham, NC.

Dream or Nightmare Images of Air and Space in Contemporary Art, Asheville Art Museum, '03, Asheville, NC.

North Carolina Artists Exhibition, North Carolina Museum of Art, '99, Raleigh, NC.

Merry Moor Winnett Photography Triennial, Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, '98, Greensboro, NC.

The New Realism, Center of the Earth Gallery, '97, Charlotte, NC.

The Triad Fantastic, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, '95, Winston-Salem, NC.

West/Art and the Law, West Publishing Company, '92-3, St Paul, MN (National Traveling Exhibition).

North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship Exhibition, Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, '92, Greensboro, NC.

North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship Exhibition, St. John's Museum of Art, '88, Wilmington, NC.

North Carolina Artists Competition, Fayetteville Museum of Art, '88, Fayetteville, NC (Merit Award).

Drawing Redefined, Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, '87, Greensboro, NC.

The Artist's Self, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, '86, Winston-Salem, NC (Southeast Traveling Exhibition).

Springs Industries Art of the Carolinas exhibition, '84, Lancaster, SC (Honorable Mention).

Miami International Print Biennial, '84, North Miami Contemporary Museum of Art, Miami, FL (Purchase Award).

Northern Telecom Exhibition of North Carolina Sculpture, '84, Research Triangle Park, NC (Purchase Award).

North Carolina Artists Exhibition, North Carolina Museum of Art, '84, Raleigh, NC.

Wake County Artists Exhibition, '84, Raleigh, NC (2nd Place Award).

Springs Industries Art of the Carolinas exhibition, '82, Lancaster, SC (Best of Show Purchase Award).

North Carolina Artists Exhibition, North Carolina Museum of Art, '79, Raleigh, NC (Honorable Mention).

Chautauqua Exhibition of American Art, '78, Chautauqua, NY (Honorable Mention).

North Carolina Artists Exhibition, North Carolina Museum of Art, '75, Raleigh, NC (Bronze Award).

Realism in North Carolina, Mint Museum of Art, '74, Charlotte, NC.

Grants and Fellowships

Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, 2006-7.

Raleigh Arts Commission Emerging Artist Grant, '87.

North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship, '87 and '91.

Public and Corporate Collections

Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, GA. Nortel, Research Triangle Park, NC.

Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC.

Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC

McFarland Publishing Company, Jefferson, NC.

Nortel, Research Triangle Park, NC.

North Carolina Senate, Raleigh, NC.

North Carolina Supreme Court, Raleigh, NC.

North Miami Contemporary Museum of Art, North Miami, FL.

Springs Industries, Fort Mill, SC.

Wachovia Bank and Trust Co., Charlotte, NC.

Wilson Arts Council, Wilson, NC.

Teaching

Elon College, Dwight Merrimon Davidson Visiting Artist, '99.

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Lecturer in Housing and Interior Design, '98-9.

North Carolina State University, Assistant Professor of Design, '80-6.

California State University at Fullerton, Visiting Lecturer in Art and Design, '79-80.

Writing

Identification by Consumption, published by Nu Rite Magazine, '85, Raleigh, NC.

Living with Baughman, Jensen, Tite, published by the North Carolina Museum of Art, '85, Raleigh, NC.

Selected Employment and Design Projects

Rosa Patton Restoration, 1990 to 1992 and 1996 to present, Raleigh, NC and Saxapahaw, NC.
Restoration assistant of antique fairground art (carousels & fairground organs) and of original decorative paint in historic houses.

Design Dimension Inc. (consultant), '84-'91, Raleigh, NC.
Graphic design for Robert Rauschenberg: 1974-1991, an exhibition catalogue published by the City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Raleigh, '91, Raleigh, NC.

Graphic design for Industrial Romantic, an exhibition catalogue published by the City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Raleigh, '91, Raleigh, NC).

Graphic design, exhibition design, research, and fabrication for the Tour Center of Philip Morris's manufacturing facility, a 10,000 sq. ft. corporate exhibition, '88-90, Richmond, VA.

Graphic design for 20 Artists/Los Angeles, an exhibition catalogue published by the City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Raleigh, '88, Raleigh, NC.

Independent Designer
Graphic design for Sun Share's Compost Demonstration exhibition, a 2,000 sq. ft. exhibit, at the Durham Museum of Life and Science, '92, Durham, NC.

Design and painting of an interior cupola mural (approximately 400 sq. ft.) for the Springs Industries Guest House, '88, Fort Mill, SC.

Graphic design for the 1984-8 Admissions Bulletin published by the N.C. State University School of Design, '83, Raleigh, NC.

Conceptual design for proposed restoration and upfit of Brooks Hall (the central building of the N.C. State University School of Design), and graphic design for accompanying fund-raising brochure/poster, '81-3, Raleigh, NC.

Graphic design for Digital Harmony by John Whitney, published by Byte Books (a division of McGraw Hill Publishing Company) '80, Petersborough, NH.

Graphic design for Plants of Deep Canyon by Jan Zabriskie, '79, and An Annotated Bibliography of Deep Canyon edited by Jan Zabriskie, '80, published by the University of California at Riverside Press.

Graphic and exhibition design for 60 Years of Soviet Jewry, a 4,500 sq. ft. exhibition on the plight of Jewish people in the Soviet Union, held in the Los Angeles Convention Center, '77, Los Angeles, CA.

Graphic design for the '77 Admissions Bulletin published by the California Institute of the Arts, '76, Valencia, CA.

Herb Rosenthal and Associates, '78-9, Los Angeles, CA.
Graphic design, exhibition design, and research for the Interpretive Center of the Henry Ford Museum, a 30,000 sq. ft. exhibition of the history of American mechanization, '79, Dearborn, MI.

The Office of Charles and Ray Eames, '76-8, Venice, CA.
Film animation, film production, and research for Powers of Ten, a 10-minute film about the relative size of things in the universe, '77 (winner of over a dozen national and international film/animation awards, aired on ABC's 20-20 in '78 and currently shows continuously at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum).

Graphic design for the Spanish translation and readaptation of The World of Franklin and Jefferson Exhibition for Mexico City, '77.

Film animation and research for Atlas Map Animation, a 4-minute film about the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, '76.

Graphic design for Images of Early America, a book of photographs of architecture & artifacts published by Herman Miller Inc., '76.

Kent Cooper and Associates, '73 4, Washington, DC.
Architectural and graphic design for the Potomac Electric Power Company's proposed Douglas Point Nuclear Generating Station,'74.

Graphic and street furniture design for the Longreach Village Center (a shopping center), '73, Columbia, MD.

Other

Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, Board of Directors member, '98-2000, Greensboro, NC.

Built a studio/home from the ground-up for my wife and myself, '93-6, Saxapahaw, NC (The studio/home was designed by Frank Harmon, F.A.I.A., '97 North Carolina A.I.A. Design Award and featured in Architectural Record, as a "Record House", April '98).

City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Raleigh, Board of Directors member, Exhibition Committee Chairman, '86-91, Raleigh, NC.

Howard J. Niedermann Innovator Scholarship, '72.

N.C. State University Swimming Team, '68-71.

Eagle Scout Award, '64.

Born March '50, Charlotte, NC.