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CINDY ETTA WALLACE
5501 Pinto Lane
Amarillo, TX 79106

Cell: 912-596-1164
E-mail: cindy@cindywallace.com
Websites: cindywallace.com    and    civilwarsavannah.org

EDUCATION:

MFA
1997
Georgia Southern University
Concentration in Photography
Statesboro, GA

BS, Art Ed
1994
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Concentration in Art Education, Magna Cum Laude
Savannah, GA

1994-2004
Georgia Teaching Certification K-12

RETAIL EXPERIENCE:

Gypsy Quilter
2006-2007
Traveling Quilter
Lead Register, Inventory Maintaince, various East Coast Quilt Festivals, also the Houston International Quilt Festival

FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHY:

Barry Sheehy
2007-2011
Photographic History of Civil War Savannah
Photographed the houses and businesses of 1860’s Savannah. Historical research at Georgia Historical Society, City Hall and The Chatham County Courthouse

2006-2007
Photographic Documentation of Lisnacullen Properties, Rincon, Ga

Perry Collins
2008
Liberty Terminals
Photographing commercial loading/unloading of container ships at East Coast port for Liberty Terminals and for international prints.

BOOKS CO-AUTHORED:

Civil War Savannah Series:
Our Mission is the creation of a persuasive argument for historic preservation, as well as providing one of the most comprehensive and compelling assessments of antebellum Savannah ever written. All net proceeds are donated to the Historic Savannah Foundation.

Winner of the 2010 ADDY Awards for JUDGES CHOICE, Civil War Savannah Sales Kit - Product or Service and GOLD ADDY Award for Sales Promotion.

Facebook Page: Civil War Savannah - An Epic IV Volume History

October 2011, Savannah: Brokers, Bankers and Bay Lane - Inside The Slave Trade, Volume II by Barry Sheehy, Cindy Wallace with Vaughnette Goode-Walker
Website: Civil War Savannah, Savannah, GA

February 2010, Savannah Immortal City, Volume I by Barry Sheehy, Cindy Wallace and Vaughnette Goode-Walker
Website: Civil War Savannah, Savannah, GA

BOOK COVER DESIGN:

Title: Savannah: Brokers, Bankers, and Bay Lane - Inside the Slave Trade Cover Design by Timothy Lawrence and Cindy Wallace

Title: Savannah: Immortal City Cover Images by Cindy Wallace

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS and BOOK SIGNINGS:

April 2011, E. Shavers Bookstore
Savannah, GA

April 2011, Savannah Midtown Tourism Development/Armstrong College
Savannah, GA

April 2011, Coastal Museum Association
Savannah, GA

April 2011, Richmond Hill Historical Society
Richmond Hill, GA

April 2011, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Savannah, GA

April 2011, Lower Altamaha Historical Society
Darien, GA

March 2011, Savannah Adult Learning Center/MidDay Lecture Series
Savannah, GA

March 2011, Beaufort County Historical Society/Beaufort Yacht & Sailing
Beaufort, SC

March 2011, Rotary Club South
Savannah, GA

March 2011, Ships of the Sea Museum
Savannah, GA

March 2011, "First Saturday on River Street"
Savannah, GA

March 2011, Hilton Desoto
Savannah, GA

February 2011, Savannah Genealogical Association/1st Presbyterian Church
Savannah, GA

February 2011, Historic Savannah Foundation/2nd African Baptist Church
Savannah, GA

February 2011, The Exchange Club
Savannah, GA

February 2011, Savannah Book Festival
Savannah, GA

February 2011, Savannah Christian Preparatory School
Savannah, GA

February 2011, Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
Atlanta, GA

ACADEMIC HONORS:

1997-2000, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

1991-1994, Dean's List Armstrong Atlantic State University
Savannah, GA

GRANTS, AWARDS and NOMINATIONS:

2004, CLASS Student Advisory Board Light Award
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

2003, Nominated for CLASS Teacher of the Year by Art Department Chairman, Richard Tichich
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

1998,A Mystical Journey
Grant funded by: Georgia Council for the Arts/City of Savannah Cultural Affairs
Armstrong Atlantic State University Gallery
Savannah, GA

1996-1997, Graduate Student Teaching Assistantship
Awarded and fulfilled TA in darkroom photography
Award included full tuition and an instructor stipend
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Georgia Southern University:

2004-2005
Temporary Assistant Professor of Art with Affiliate Graduate Faculty Status
Digital Photography I, II and Adv’d Digital Photography
Art in Life
Computer Graphics Mentor
Darkroom Photography I
Senior Exhibitions – Digital Photography

2003-2004
Temporary Assistant Professor of Art with Affiliate Graduate Faculty Status
2-D Design
Computer Graphics
Digital Photography I, II, III, IV
Package Design and Structure
Graduate Student Pedagogy and Independent Study
Senior Portfolio Independent Studies
Senior Exhibitions - Photography

2002-2003
Temporary Assistant Professor of Art
Drawing I
MFA Seminar
2-D Design
Photography I
Digital Photography I, II, and III
Independent Studies: Graduate and Undergraduate Levels

2000-2002
Temporary Assistant Professor of Art
Digital Photography
Photography I and III
Package Design for Corporate Identity
Computer Graphics
2-D Design

1999-2000
Adjunct Professor
Photograpy I
Introduction to Visual Arts

1998-1999
Adjunct Professor
Introduction to Visual Arts

1996-1998
Graduate Instructor
Photograpy I
Introduction to Visual Arts

Responsibilities Included:

Drawing I - students are introduced to the history, major themes and role of drawing in art, to the various media such as charcoal, graphite, brush and ink, and to the technical aspects of Drawing such as using 1-point and 2-point perspective, foreshortening, balancing positive/negative space. Particular emphasis is placed on the student’s mastery of using various types of line, creating a wide range of values and both real and simulated textural surfaces within the composition. The principal objective is the student’s mastery of a variety of expressive drawing media that demonstrates a sense of imagination and an expanded awareness for having carefully studied the world around them.

MFA Seminar – graduate candidates were each responsible for contributing a current and meaningful article on their choice of art topics. All students read the articles collected and the group met at a local coffee house once a week to discuss a topic-of-the-week, such as “disposable art.” In addition, the group attended numerous gallery openings from various galleries such as the Red Gallery in Savannah to First Fridays in Augusta where they were interviewed on a local television station. In an effort to get the students involved outside the halls of the art building we also attended several local plays such as the Black Box production of “Jitney” and “The Laramie Project.” Both plays were later used as a springboard for discussion about how life “feeds”and is reflected in our artwork.

Digital Photography – designed the digital photography program, introduced students to digital camera’s lens system, storage formats, resolutions, white balance, uploading and retouching digital information, compared the differences between analog systems and digital systms, printers, inks and papers (what is archival and what is not), produced large format digital negatives which were printed in traditional darkroom, introduced wide format inkjet printing; structured roundtable discussions of critical theory, ethics and law, held formal critiques including advanced and graduate level students. In addition to Digital Photo I, designed contracts/requirements for advanced lessons in techincal and critical theory and developed research assignments for those students who wanted to continue digital photopgrahy studies. Semester culminated in final portfolio presentations.

During the April 2003 GSU Student Juried Art Exhibit, out of the 30 pieces of 2-Dimensional artwork that got into this annual juried show, 14 artworks were from my Digital Photo Classes. April 2004 - of the 23 two-dimensional works in the show, 11 artworks were from my digital classes.

Advanced Students required to make all arrangements, press kits etc., and install an exhibition whose site they are responsible for arranging. The April 2003 exhibit was titled “Off the Wall” and was held in an airplane hangar at the Statesboro Airport. The exhibit featured 3-dimensional photo units.

The November 2003 Advanced Digital Exhibit, titled “Focus” spotlighted twelve students. The show was held in an empty downtown Statesboro funiture gallery which the students cleaned and painted. The students operated in teams of graphic design and promotional advertising, reception committee, initial contact location committee, and secretary-treasurer-documentarian. The exhibit featured an installation titled “Roadtrip” by Dallas Oliver and a large scale 15-image sequence on aging by Scott Howard that included special permission shots from within a local hospital.

The Spring 2004 Advanced Digital Exhibit, titled “Southern Exposures” featured fifteen students. The show was held in the Statesboro Mall in an vacant store that had previously been a clothing store. Students worked to make the clothing nooks and wall spaces accommodate their entire final portfolios. There were a total of 225 images presented. Students took turns manning the show. I did a Digital Question-and-Answer Session with live demonstrations on the last day of the exhibit.

Photography – introduced students to basic black and white photographic processes such as metering, film development, printing with filters, dodging and burning, hyperfocal focusing, as well as experimental processes including toning and handcoloring. In the advanced photography classes, covered more in-depth technical, theoritical and historical issues such as cynatypes, polaroid transfers, and color printing. All projects were preceded with lecture/slide discussions of photographers whose style and working methods were appropriate for the upcoming assignment. Projects concluded with formal critiques and culminated in a final portfolio presentation by each student.

Computer Graphics – introduced students to the following software programs: Illustrator, FreeHand, Photoshop and QuarkXPress. Proceedure for each program: demonstrations of program basics to students, students complete assigned excercises, quizzes over information covered, major project assigned, followed by a formal critique. Classes culminated in final portfolio presentations.

Package Design – introduced students to the various aspects of package design. Class concentrated on: corporate identity, collateral (reports, flyers, brochures for the corporate image, three-dimensional packaging, environmental graphic presentation ideas, and promotion graphics (calendars, posters, high-end invitations for the corporation). Creative solutions to a diverse range of package design problems was a primary goal, along with the study of practical and technical demands specific to three-dimensional design. Students had real-world clients: Georgia Southern Botanical Gardens (calendar production), Computer South (full corporate identity package including signage, slogan, logo, letterhead and three-dimensional package for newly developed software). The Spring 2004 class included packaging designs for: cookies tasted but not seen, a deck of cards for college students, a dual-function birdseed/birdhouse design and culminated in a package yourself assignment.

2-D Design – introduced students to two-dimensional design concepts through gallery visits, guest speaker from advertising background, instructor demonstrations and slides on “focus artists” which had been selected to help illustrate the individual concept for the lesson at hand, individual projects included working with mixed-media, compositon vs. random placement of the object, color theory, simulated and real texture, pen and ink line-work and creative uses of typography. All projects were followed by group critiques. The 2-D Design semester culminated in final portfolio presentations where the student was required to edit and organize their portfolio for a presentation grade and then verbally present the collective body of work to the group.

Art In Life - art appreciation course focused on slide presentations covering various artists, their working techniques, gallery visits were arranged, held verbal student group critiques on site and had written critiques based on the Feldman method after each gallery visit, student presentations were made on individual artists and students completed hands-on artwork assignments to provide a well-rounded art experience. Fall 2004 class had 136 students in a large lecture hall. Lectures were accompanied by powerpoint presentations, web access, usage of Elmo projector, VHS and DVD films.

Art Education – students were instructed in basic lesson planning and writing to include appropriate Quality Core Curriculum Objectives using historical references, aesthetics, and various critique formats as well as art production for use as samples for the units that the students created for use in student teaching. Lectures included topics such as educational theory, the history of teaching, and instructor-modeled behavior management within the classroom setting. Supervised student teaching at regional elementary, middle, and high schools.

Senior Exhibition Class – class covered: how to choose your theme and title, planning a calendar up to your exhibit, scaled plan of exhibit, how to hang a show, resume, reference list, brochure, business cards, price list, artist statement, understanding gallery rules and legalities, press releases and their timing, planning the reception, exhibit follow-up duties and obligations.

Armstrong Atlantic State University:

1999-2000
Adjunct Professor
Photography I
Digital Photography
Printmaking I
2-D Design
Introduction to the Visual Arts

1998-1999
Adjunct Professor
Printmaking I
2-D Design
Art for the Elementary Teacher
Introduction to the Visual Arts

1994-1995
Adjunct Professor
Photography I (as a Graduate Instructor from GSU)

Photography - introduced students to basic black and white photographic processes such as metering, film development, printing with filters, dodging and burning, hyperfocal focusing, as well as experimental processes including toning and handcoloring. All projects were preceded with lecture/slide discussions of photographers whose style and working methods were appropriate for the upcoming assignment. Projects concluded with formal critiques and culminated in a final portfolio presentation by each student.

Digital Photography - introduced digital techniques and methodology with the quarter highly focused on learning Photoshop software, effective scanning, working with selections, layers and channels, masking, using levels and curves for tonal control, choices of printing processes and working with service bureaus. Field trips were made to local photography galleries. Group critiques followed all assignments and the term culminated in final portfolio presentations.

Printmaking – introduced a variety of relief and intaglio technical processes: woodcuts, engravings, monotypes, etchings, and collagraphs. Lecture/slide presentations on historical printmakers and their working methods, followed by full working demonstration of techniques, preceeded each assignment. Arranged field trips to local galleries with prints, group critiques were held after each assignment, and term culminated in final portfolio presentations.

2-D Design – introduced students to the elements and principles of design, provided studio experiences in various media such as pen and ink for line-work and stippling techniques, painting, drawing with perspective, and use of texture. Provided slide presentations, held group critiques, arranged field trips and guest artists presenting their original artwork. nstructed students in proper presentation for final portfolios including table set-up, art-object arrangement, lighting, dress and voice control.

Art Education for the Elementary Teacher - introduction to Discipline Based Art Education theories and techniques through instructor modeled behaviors, and hands-on experiences. Visits to local art galleries were followed up by practicing the Feldman critique process. Provided lecture/slide presentations on teaching methodologies, presentation formats, learning styles, and classroom behavior management. Students developed their own teaching philosophies, artist’s statements, and themed art units which they presented to the class.

Introduction to the Visual Arts - art appreciation course focused on slide presentations covering various artists and their working techniques. Students produced written critiques based on the Feldman method after each gallery visit. Student research followed by presentations were made on individual artists and students completed hands-on artwork assignments to provide a well-rounded art experience. In addition, I taught this course at the Ft. Stewart, Hinesville, Georgia campus through Armstrong Atlantic State University.

ADDITIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCES:

1997, Guest Artist at Armstrong Atlantic University
Slide lecture of personal artwork produced during MFA studies at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA

1997, Spokesperson for the GSU Graduate Focus Group
Graduate group was formed by Professor invitation with the purpose of having current MFA candidates make recommendations on key issues such as required number of graduate seminars and recommending content that would be most helpful to the MFA candidate, the importance of preparing the paperwork for employment applications and then practicing the interview process via art department faculty posing as a team of mock interviewers.

l994, Student Teaching - Art Education, K-6
Pulaski Elementary and J.G. Smith Elementary Schools, Supervisor: Dr. Cato
Savannah, GA

l994, Assisted Cathey Handley, papermaking - March Arts Alive Program
Savannah Christian Preparatory School
Savannah, GA

1993, Guest artist for Art for the Elementary Teacher class
Demonstrated linoleum-cut relief-printing techniques and potato prints.
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Savannah, GA

l993, Guest artist for fiber-sculpture demonstration to Art 200 class
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Savannah, GA

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

2004, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, (NAPP) Conference
Orlando, FL

2003, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, (NAPP) Conference
Tampa, FL

2002, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, (NAPP) Conference
Tampa, FL

2002, College Art Association Conference (CAA)
Philadelphia, PA

2002, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Spring Conference
Jekyll Island, GA

2001, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Fall Conference
Augusta, GA

2001, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, (NAPP) Conference
Tampa, FL

2001, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Spring Conference
Jekyll Island, GA

2000, E-commerce Web Design and Online Marketing
Armstrong Atlantic State University
Savannah, GA

2000, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, (NAPP) Conference
Orlando, FL

2000, Web Page Development Course
Ogeechee Technical College
Statesboro, GA

2000, Society For Photographic Educators, (SPE) Fall Conference
Savannah, GA

2000, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Spring Conference
Jekyll Island, GA

2000, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Fall Conference
Atlanta (Lanier Island), GA

1999 Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Fall Conference
Savannah, GA

1999, Palm Beach Photographic Workshop- Digital Imaging
Delray Beach, FL

1998, Palm Beach Photographic Workshop – Black/White Infrared
Delray Beach, FL

1997, Southeastern College Art Conference, (SECAC)
Richmond, VA

1997, Society For Photographic Educators Conference, (SPE)
Penland, NC

1997, Palm Beach Photographic Workshop- Introduction to Photoshop
Delray Beach, FL

1996, Society For Photographic Educators Conference, (SPE)
Winter Park, FL

1996, Palm Beach Photographic Workshop
Delray Beach, FL

1995, National Art Educators Association, (NAEA) Spring Conference
Houston, TX

1992, Society of Photographic Educators, (SPE) Conference
Savannah, GA

1991, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Conference
Athens, GA

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

2010, Savannah Area Genealogical Association
Powerpoint slide presentation with co-author Barry Sheehy covering selections from our upcoming book: Civil War Savannah Volume II -Bankers, Brokers and Bay Lane.

2008, Metropolitan Planning Commission of Savannah, GA
Powerpoint slide presentation with co-author Barry Sheehy covering the need to preserve selected Savannah historicial sites being addressed in Civil War Savannah Volume I – Black, White and Grey.

2005, Georgia Southern Youth Arts Festival
Initiated the quilt group which included demonstrations of: contemporary rotary-cut strip quilting featuring Leslie McMains and Cindy Wallace, embroidary stitch application techniques featuring Kathy Barnard as well as completely by hand piecing and applique-work featuring Vivinea Page.

2004, Afternoon of the Arts
Photographer and Computer Lab Host
Digital Students took photos, uploaded and invited guests to watch on the department computers as workflow progressed from picture-taking, to uploading, to touch-up, restoration, to print as final output.

2004, Photography and Graphic Design Restucture Curriculum Committee
Researched similarly sized colleges and universities with Graphic Design and Darkroom/Digital Photography programs and built a comparison of key features and classes to present to the committee. Resulted in an updated curriculum for both content areas.

2004, Advisement Committee Chairman
Met with advisors in university advising center, restructured art department advising flyers and official handbook. Resulted in updated materials.

2003, Photographic Presentation to GSU Student Art League
Presentation was chronological from undergrad through graduate work with the focus being on current work and works in progress.

2003, Savannah Morning News Interview
On behalf of the art department’s computer technology with the emphasis on the digital photography program’s cameras, computers and software.

2003, Young Harris College
Visiting Artist, Presented Slide lecture
Young Harris, GA

2003, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the New Art Building
Worked with one of our graphic design majors to create two posters for the event. One was a ‘before’ version of the Marvin Pittman School and the other featured the New Art Building.

2003, Georgia Southern University Student Art League
Guest Artist, Slide/Lecture of slot canyon work
Statesboro, GA

2003, AAOTA Afternoon of the Arts
Composed two large scale photomontages of past/present alumni Photographed and printed new images for Recruitment Bulletin Board Hosted Computer Lab staffed with selected students with work on exhibit.

2002, Gallery 303 Monthly Forum
Participated in photography forum with myself as the digital photography representative, Prof. Jessica Hines as the analog speaker and Dept. Chairman, Richard Tichich as forum moderator, during the exhibit of Tokyo Totems showcasing Steven Skopik’s and Danny Guthrie’s work Statesboro, Georgia

2002, Twentieth Annual Georgia Southern Youth Arts Festival
Hand-colored photographs demonstration
Statesboro, GA

2000-2003, Georgia Southern University Photography Club
Faculty Sponser
Statesboro, GA

2002, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Board Member
District President Coordinator
Statesboro, GA

2000-4, GrassRoots Arts Program Board Member
Representing Evans County, GA

2001, Ninetenth Annual Georgia Southern Youth Arts Festival
Documentary Photographer of Event
Statesboro, GA

2000, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Conference
Presented Collage Workshop
Jekyll Island, GA

2000, Georgia Southern University MFA Panel Discussion
Panel discussed individual sources of motivation as professional artists such as research-travel-teaching during summer breaks, importance of continuing to research materials and produce meaningful content in the visual arts beyond graduate school, emphasized that professionals continue to have artistic successes and failures, addressed how to cope with artist’s block and the importance of maintaining professional affilates.

1999-2001, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Board Member
First District President
Statesboro, GA

1999, Seventeenth Annual Georgia Southern Youth Arts Festival
Guest Artist by Invitation: Demonstrated Handcoloring the Silverprint
Statesboro, GA

1999, Georgia Art Education Association, (GAEA) Conference
Presented Photoshop Workshop
Presented History of Photography Workshop
Savannah, GA

1998, Sixteenth Annual Georgia Southern Youth Arts Festival
Guest Artist by Invitation: Demonstrated Handcoloring the Silverprint
Statesboro, GA

1997, Fifteenth Annual Georgia Southern Youth Arts Festival
Guest Artist by Invitation - Demonstrated Handcoloring the Silverprint
Statesboro, GA

1997, Guest Lecturer on History of Photography
Georgia Southern, Art In Life Class
Statesboro, GA

1996, Photographed GSU Art Dept. Faculty
Produced for art department recruitment brochure
Statesboro, GA

1996, Youth Arts Festival Photographer
Graduate student capacity
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

1996, Art Appreciation Guest Lecturer by Invitation
Presentation of Personal Photographic Artworks and Historical Background
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

l994, Very Special Arts Festival
Demonstrated papermaking techniques, Savannah Civic Center
Savannah, GA

l993, Very Special Arts Festival
Demonstrated basketry techniques, Savannah Civic Center
Savannah, GA

GRAPHIC DESIGN WORK:

2003 - 2004, Georgia Southern University’s Art Dept Faculty Brochure Supervised my digital photography students, also took photos myself Worked with MFA Graphic Design Candidate, Angela Ryczkowski
Statesboro, GA

2003, Georgia Southern University’s Gallery 303 Brochures for 2003-2004
Statesboro, GA

2003, Georgia Southern University’s Jewelry Department Brochures
Statesboro, GA

2003, Georgia Southern University’s Ceramics Department Annual Brochure
Statesboro, GA

2003, Georgia Southern University’s Jewelry Department Annual Brochure
Statesboro, GA

SOLO EXHIBITS:

2011, Hagedorn Foundation Gallery
A Terrible Beauty
Atlanta, GA

2003, Chasing the Light
Visiting Artist/Guest Lecturer
Young Harris College
Young Harris, GA

1997, MFA Exhibition - Gallery 303
Doppelgangers
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

GROUP EXHIBITS:

2010, Jepson Center for the Arts / Directors Gallery
Savannah, GA

2010, Meddin Studios
WISE and Sierra Club Exhibition
1st Place in Human Interaction Category
Image: Black Water Paddle Day
Savannah, GA

2010, Jepson Center for the Arts / Morrison Community Gallery
Savannah, GA 2010, Hospice of Savannah Art Show
Hospice Gallery of Savannah
Savannah, GA

2004, Board of Regents Exhibit
with Georgia Southern University Art Department Faculty
Atlanta, GA

2004, Faculty Art Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

2003, Faculty Art Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

2002, Faculty Art Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

2002, Augusta Cotton Exchange as part of Reflective Images on 9/11
with Dorothy Fletcher-Eckmann; our installation title: Open Minds, Open Hearts
Augusta, GA

2001, Faculty Art Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

2000, Faculty Art Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

1999, Faculty Art Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

1998, Faculty Art Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

1998, A Mystical Journey
Armstrong Atlantic State University Gallery
Grant funded by: GA Council for the Arts / the City of Savannah Cultural Affairs
Savannah, GA

1997, Fotographica Gallery
Six works shown in a five person exhibit.
Augusta, GA

1996, Emanuel Arts Center Gallery
Twenty-five works shown in a five person exhibit
Swainsboro, GA

1995, Senior Art Exit Show, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Savannah, GA

l993, Myers Middle School for Arts Alive Program,
Savannah, GA

JUROR:

2007, Georgia National Fair Juror
Advanced Photography Competition, 1750 entries, 65 place awards
Perry, GA

2005, Young Harris College
Sole Juror for their Spring Student Juried Art Exhibit
Young Harris, GA

2004, Georgia National Fair Juror
Advanced Photography Competition, 1500 entries, 70 place awards
Perry, GA

2001, International Juror – NAEA Newsletter Awards Competition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

l995, Juror - DeRenne Middle School Photography and Scholarship Contest
Savannah, GA

JURIED EXHIBITS:

2001, Georgia Art Education Association,(GAEA) Fall Conference Exhibition
Gertrude Herbert Museum
Augusta, GA

2000, Georgia Art Education Association,(GAEA) Fall Conference Exhibition
Atlanta (Lake Lanier), GA

1999, Georgia Art Education Association, GAEA Fall Conference Exhibit
Juror’s Choice Award
Savannah, GA

1997, Gainesville Annual Downtown Festival and Art Show
Gainesville, FL

1997, Georgia 28th Golden Isles Arts Festival
St. Simons Isand, GA

1996, Southeast Regional College Photography Exhibition
First Place in Black/White Category - Purchase Award
Kennesaw State College
Kennesaw, GA

l995, Sierra Club Coastweeks Photography Exhibition
3 works accepted and 1 Honorable Mention Award - Black/White Category,
Savannah, GA

l994, Sierra Club Coastweeks Photography Exhibition
4 works accepted and a 3rd Place Award - Black/White Category,
Savannah, GA

l994, Oriental Photo Exhibit-Tour of USA
Handtinted Silverprint

l994, Kennesaw State College Annual Art Show
3rd Place Award - Handtinted Silverprint
Kennesaw, GA

l993, Armstrong State College Annual Student Show
lst Place Award - Fiber-Art Sculpture
Savannah, GA

l993, Underwater and Coastal Georgia Art Contest
2nd Place Award - Handtinted Silverprint
Savannah, GA

INVITATIONAL EXHIBITS:

2003, Armstrong Atlantic State University Alumni Exhibit
Savannah, GA

2000, GSU Graduate Alumni Exhibition
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

l994, Georgia College - Peach Belt Athletic Conference
Handtinted Silverprint
Kennesaw, GA

l993, Ulysses S. Davis Art Exhibition and Auction
Selenium-toned Silverprint
Savannah, GA

WORKS ON LOAN:

2004 - 2005, Georgia Southern University
Dean’s Office, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Statesboro, GA

2004 - 2005, Georgia Southern University
Provost’s Office
Statesboro, GA

SELECTED WORKS IN COLLECTIONS:

2007, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sheehy
Rincon, GA

2003, Young Harris State College
Young Harris, GA

2003, Paris and Associates
Hilton Head, SC

2002, Plains Machinery Co.
Columbia, SC

1998, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parish Art Collection
Hilton Head, SC

1997, Georgia Southern: Betty Foy Sanders Permanent Art Collection
Statesboro, GA

1996, Kennesaw State College Purchase Award
Kennesaw, GA

1995, Pioneer Machinery Corporate Office
Columbia, SC

PUBLICATIONS:

2011, Savannah Magazine / Jan/Feb, p102
Savannah, GA

2011, Connect Savannah Magazine / March, p30
Savannah, GA

2011, Examiner.com/ Online/Two-Part Commentary
http://www.examiner.com/cindy-wallace-in-national
Savannah, GA

2010, The Civil War Picket
http://civil-war-picket.blogspot.com/2010/08/trying-to-save-whats-left-of-swampy.html

2010, Savannah Magazine
Article on upcoming book: Savannah Immortal City, Civil War Savannah Series

1996, Publicity Poster for Georgia Southern Art Department
Photographed student artwork for this poster

1996, Georgia Southern Art Department
Photographed the art deptmartment faculty for department website and art department recruitment brochure

l994, Best of College Photography, National Contest
Black/White Honorable Mention, page l89

SELECTED COMMISSIONS:

2003, Young Harris College Permanent Art Collection
Young Harris, GA

2000, Nan Parris Art Collection
Hilton Head, SC

1999, Onyile B. Onyile
Documentation of 697 Nigerian Wood Sculptures for GSU Museum Exhibit
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA

1998, Photographic Documentation:
Colonel Robert Woods extensive personal art collection by recommendation of Georgia Southern art faculty
Statesboro, GA

1995, Pioneer Machinary Corporation Headquarters
Lexington, SC

PROFESIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

National Association of Photoshop Professionals, (NAPP), since 2000

Society of Photographic Educators, (SPE), l99l-2005

College Art Association, (CAA), 2002-2005

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, since 1995

National Art Educators Association and Georgia Art Educator’s Association, (NAEA and GAEA), l99l – 2004

SAVANNAH ORGANIZATIONS and SERVICES:

Ogeechee Photographic Club, 2010
Isle of Hope, Savannah, GA

September 2010, arranged for large format photographer, Ben Ham, to make formal presentation to the Geechee September 20 meeting.

Savannah Area Genealogical Association, 2010
Savannah, GA

References available upon request