Timothy J. Segar

2604 Ames Hill Rd

Marlboro, Vt. 05433


Mailing Address box 414


M.F.A., Sculpture, University of California, Berkeley            1979

M.A., Fine Arts, University of California, Berkeley            1978

B.F.A., Rhode Island School of Design            1975

Yale University                                                1969-70


Professor of Fine Art, Marlboro College            1998 – present

Professor of Sculpture, Pont-Aven School of Art,

Pont-Aven, France            summer   1999

Assistant Professor of Fine Art, Amherst College            1990 -1998

Sculptor/Ceramist, Austen Riggs Center            1989-90

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Sculpture and Drawing,            1985-86

University of Oklahoma

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Sculpture, Hunter College            1984

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Sculpture Department            1977-79

U.C. Berkeley


Timothy Segar

Sculpture and Drawing Feb 2010

Oxbow Gallery

Northampton , MA

Almost Machines

Oxbow Gallery             March 2007

Northampton , Ma

On The Table March    2005

Paintings on Tables and Sculpture

Oxbow Gallery

Northampton, Ma

Small Works December          2004

Oxbow Gallery

Northampton MA

A Marriage of Convenience 2002

Canal Gallery

Holyoke, MA

Window Works 2002

Brattleboro Museum

Brattleboro, VT

Three Artists 2002

Washington Art Association

Washington Depot, CT 06794

Hammocks 2001

Drury Gallery

Marlboro College, Marlboro VT

Artists from Pont-Aven School of Art 1999

Rennes Museum

Rennes, France

Pont-Aven School of Art Faculty Show 1999

Musee Le Carre Long

Nizon, France

Timothy J. Segar – Wire Mesh and Wax 1999

Sculpture and Drawing

Drury Gallery

Marlboro College

Five College Studio Art Faculty 1996

Drawing Exhibition

Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts

Cathy Osman & Timothy J. Segar 1995

In Collaboration

Hampden Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts

Five Artists at Amherst College 1994

Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts

Timothy J. Segar 1994

55 Mercer Gallery, New York, New York

“What’s So Funny About All This?” –  Timothy Segar 1992-3

Darling Sculpture Court, Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College

Hanover, New Hampshire

Faced and Exposed 1992

Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College,             Amherst, Massachusetts

Nature in Mind 1993

The Spotted Dog Gallery, Chatham, New York

Three Artists 1992

The Rentschler Gallery, West Hartford, Connecticut

3 Sculptors of the Lower East Side 1987

178 & 164 Suffolk Street, New York, New York

Timothy J. Segar, Sculpture and Drawing 1986

Lightwell Gallery, Norman, Oklahoma

Three Sculptors 1985

Virtual Garrison Gallery, New York, New York

Sculpture 1985

Virtual Garrison Gallery, New York, New York

Four Artists 1982

Westbeth Gallery 1, New York, New York

Sculpture Sites 1982-85

Amagansett, New York

Introductions 1978

Hansen Fuller Gallery, San Francisco, California

M.F.A. Show 1980

University Art Museum

Berkeley, California

University Artists 1979

Worth Rider Gallery, Berkeley, California

National Ceramics Invitational 1976

Long Art Gallery, Claremont, California

Council for Ceramic Arts Invitational 1976

Carborundum Museum, Niagara Falls, New York

Reliquaries 1975

Woods Gerry Galley, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island


Visiting Artist, Cornell University                                          1998

Visiting Artist, Lawrence University                                       1998

Visiting Artist, Marlboro College                                             1998

Visiting Juror, University of Massachusetts                             1996

Visiting Artist, Brandeis University                                              1994

Visiting Artist, Dartmouth College                                                1992

Visiting Artist, University of Montana                                        1988

Visiting Artist, Trinity College                                                         1987

Visiting Artist, Hunter College                                                     1980-83


Research Spport from Freeman Foundation to study

Sculpture and Architecture of Vietnam                                                             2005-09

Faculty Research Award Marlboro College                                                      2006-07

Faculty Research Award, Amherst College                                                       1993-94

Faculty Grant, Amherst College                                                                             1990-92

The James Phalen Scholarship, U.C., Berkeley                                                1978-79

The Class of 1883 Fellowship, U.C., Berkeley                                                   1979-80

Roslyn Schnieder Eisner Prize for Creative Achievement, U.C. Berkeley


Artist’s Studio Grant, University of Montana                                                     1975


Marlboro College

Malcolm Wright Collection

Mead Museum, Amherst College

University Art Museum, Berkeley, California

Trinity College Museum, Hartford, Connecticut

Diana Fuller Gallery

Mr. and Mrs Carter Thatcher

Peter Voulkos

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Harris

(as well as numerous private collections)


In Two Worlds : The Graphic Work of Modern Sculptors 1995

Mead Art Museum

Amherst College

Eli Marsh Gallery – Fayerweather Hall

Amherst College

Amherst, Massachusetts


William Holland Drury Gallery

Marlboro College

Marlboro, Vermont

Between 1990 and the present I have curated shows by the following artists:

John Crawford

Rackstraw Downes

Elizabeth Dworkin

Nancy Friese

Susan Lichtman

Judy Pfaff

William Tucker

Dennis Congdon

Jing-Chu YU

Zeke Berman

Hongtu Zhang

Chris Nelson

Joseph Smith

Elizabeth Meyersohn

GALLERY TALKS AT MEAD ART MUSEUM and other galleries and Museums

Comparing The Cycladic Figure with Achipenko’s Reclining Figure 1993

Naum Gabo and Sol Lewitt and the Relationship of Their Work to Mathematics 1994

In Two Worlds … Sculptor’s Drawings             1995

A poem by Wallace Stevens 1995

An Ordinary Evening in New Haven 2000 – 2005


All levels of  Sculpture            1990-2010

Basic Drawing

Drawing II

Three-Dimensional Design

Introduction to Liberal Studies – Icons and Iconoclasm

Poiesis – An introduction to the Arts

Introduction to Studio Art

Five College Advanced Drawing Seminar

Making Scenes – with Charkey and Nelson

Constructed Realities with John Willis

Art Semester Projects with Willis, Osman and Boylen

Architcture as Sculpture – Sculpture as Architecture

Installation Art

Site Specific Sculpture

Video Installation with Jay Craven