Exhibitions and Awards

Jan. 15 to Feb. 16, 1997

"The Art of Ed Davin: theme and variations"

Access Gallery, Snug Harbor Cultural Center
1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY

Opening: Sunday, Jan. 19, 2 to 5 pm.
Gallery Talk: Sunday, Feb. 9, 2 pm.

Gallery hours: Wednesday through Sunday, noon - 5 p.m.

April 1996

"Cartoonzinart", St. George Library, Staten Island, N.Y.: Solo exhibition of seven large shaped canvas wall pieces.

September 1995

Solo exhibition at the Saint George Library Center of Staten Island, N.Y., featuring 55 photographs of the Staten Island Ferry experience. The twenty-one minute video, "The Ferry in Light and Shadow, 131 Black and White Photographs by Ed Davin", from which the exhibit was extracted, was shown on Sept. 9th, and the video was placed in the Library collection for borrowing by the public.

May - June 1995

Solo exhibit of two large wall reliefs, and thirty small paintings and drawings, held at The Staten Island Community Television Gallery of Staten Island.

March 1994

Awarded "Nova" price for best documentary, for "The Ferry in Light and Shadow, 131 Black and White Photographs by Ed Davin" by Staten Island Community Television.

1994 - 1995

Contributed paintings, photographs, and relief sculptures to three group shows at The Art Lab of Staten Island, located at The Snug Harbor Cultural Center.

1987 - 1995

Exhibited with The Art Network of Staten Island; fourteen groups shows including works in painting, drawing, relief sculpture, printmaking, photography, and video.

May 1981

Exhibited large reliefs at 26 Federal Plaza in show, "Staten Island Artists in Manhattan", organized by The Organization of Independent Artists.

January 1981

Solo show, Fayerwether Hall, University of Virginia, including large reliefs and drawings.

Video Presentations for Staten Island Community Television, produced and directed by Ed Davin.

"John Deane, Staten Island Sculptor", 20 minutes
"Expressions, portraits by Arnold Weber", 14 minutes
"The Terra Cotta Sculptures of Sol Zaretsky", 20 minutes
"The Painting with 31 Faces", a music video featuring one painting by Ed Davin, 8 minutes


Pittsburgh, Pa. 1936