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JA Gorman

Arroyo Running through Madrid by JA Gorman
Arroyo Running through Madrid
Autumn Time by JA Gorman
Autumn Time
Autumn Wood Pile by JA Gorman
Autumn Wood Pile
Camino de la Tarde by JA Gorman
Camino de la Tarde
Corrales Storm by JA Gorman
Corrales Storm
Cottonwood Tree by JA Gorman
Cottonwood Tree
Iris and Friends by JA Gorman
Iris and Friends
Looking Down the Road by JA Gorman
Looking Down the Road
Los Rancho Fence Line by JA Gorman
Los Rancho Fence Line
Moonlight Stroll by JA Gorman
Moonlight Stroll
Mountain Road by JA Gorman
Mountain Road
Mountain Stream by JA Gorman
Mountain Stream
Mountain Village by JA Gorman
Mountain Village
On The Rocks by JA Gorman
On The Rocks
Open Range by JA Gorman
Open Range
Running Along Side the Road by JA Gorman
Running Along Side the Road
Stream Near Bayfield by JA Gorman
Stream Near Bayfield
Streaming Through by JA Gorman
Streaming Through
Waiting for the Rain by JA Gorman
Waiting for the Rain

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JA Gorman

J.A. Gorman was born in Deadwood, South Dakota in 1951. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from New Mexico State University in 1976, a Master of Arts from West Virginia University in 1978 and also holds a Master of Fine Arts from Clemson University in 1983. Gorman pursued studies in painting and drawing in several European capitals. He is a member of La Societa di San Giorgio in Genoa, Italy and was bestowed the Cross of San Giorgia-Porta Saprana Badge for his artistic achievement in 1994. His paintings and prints have been shown in major international exhibitions in France, Mexico, and throughout the United States. Recipient of several awards in national and international shows, Gorman is represented in the permanent art collection of the International Space Hall of Fame, the Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada and the Museum of Nuclear History and Science in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Gorman was also nominated for the Governor's Award of Achievement and Excellence in Fine Art for the State of New Mexico. Two Gorman murals are in the collection of the United States Government and he is also represented in private collections throughout the United States, Central America, Asia and Europe.

Formerly an artist-in-resident on the Navajo Reservation for the State of New Mexico, Gorman retired from Sandia National Laboratories as an Principle Member of the Laboratory staff where her served as a senior illustrator and animator.