Richard L. Rozinski
FLYING SPARKS STUDIO, INC.
Arizona State University,1985-88,2006-08 Sculpture, Metalsmithing: Tempe, Az
Scottsdale Community College,1982-85 Sculpture: Scottsdale, Az.
Indiana University, 1974-76 Environmental Policy: Bloomington, In.
Vincennes University,1971-73 Secondary Ed: Vincennes, In. `
2010 Chef's Loft, AFTER THE ART WALK, 7114 E. Stetson Dr. Ste. 250 Scottsdale, Az. 85251
2009 “Glowing Home”,CALUMET COLLEGE CAMPUS OF ST. JOSEPHS COLLEGE; 2400 New York Ave. Whiting, In
“Glowing Home”, TOWLE THEATER; 5205 Hohman Ave., Hammond, In 46320.,219-937-8780
2008 ART ON BOSTON, Solo Exhibition 11 W. Boston St., Suite 1, Chandler, Az.(480) 917-1112
2007 EXPOSED GALLERY, Solo Exhibition, Phoenix, Az.
2005 “NEW WORKS”,Solo Exhibition, ECLECTIC ELECTRIC GALLERY, 27a Oak St, Roswell, Ga.
1999 “Liten-Up”, Solo Exhibition, ECLECTIC ELECTRIC GALLERY, Atlanta, Ga.
1998 “...Not to Be Taken Lightly...”, Solo Exhibition, ECLECTIC ELECTRIC GALLERY, Atlanta Ga.
1997 “Heavy Metal: Master of Neon and Metal", R.Grey Gallery, Boise , Id.
" In A New Light " , Gallery Forest,Sedona ,Az. P
"Sedona City Council Chamber Exhibition", Dept. of Art and Culture, Sedona, Az.
2016 JUROR'S CHOICE 2016 LEWTON-BRAIN FOLDFORMING COMPITITION: "LIFEFORCE-V"
ABANA National Conference Exhibition, Salt Lake City, Utah
2015 Lill Street Art Center " Behold: Modern Metal Vessels,"(First Place, Best of Show)Chicago, Il.
Mesa Art Center 36th Annual Contemporary Craft, Mesa,Az.
International sculpture Conference, United Nations Celebration of Light, Scottsdale public library
CAROL KUCERA GALLERY (Featured Works) 131 Water St. suite# 107, Sante Fe,NM. (505)-989-7523
RAKU GALLERY, (Featured Works) 250 Hull Ave. Jerome,Az. (928)-639-0239
SUNDUST GALLERY (Featured Works) 48 W. Main St. Mesa, Az. (480)-206-5895
2014 Clifton Arts Center, "The Colors of Copper, (2nd Place), Clifton, Az.
Night Gallery, ASU Alumni Show, Tempe, Arizona
Yuma Arts Center, "Let There Be Light" Yuma Arizona
2012 Easy street Gallery, 100 Easy Street Ste. F CareFree, Az. 85377
2011 LEVEL 9 GALLERY, 6047 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek, Az. (480)-329-6118
2010 “Precious Metals, Precious Objects”, Phoenix Center for the Arts, 1202 N. Third St. Phenix, Az.
BLINK GALLERY, First Friday Art Walk;Featured artist; 610 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, Az.
“Rhythm, Movement and Music”; SUNDUST GALLERY, 48 W. Main St. Mesa, Az. (480)-206-5895
2009 EXPOSE? ARTS GALLERY, 414 S, Mill Ave., Tempe, Az.(602)-810-2406
2007 Glow, 4th Annual Illuminated Art Show, Triangle L Ranch, Oracle, Az.
2006 “Phototaxis-06”, STEP GALLERY, Tempe, Az.
“Ilum a Native”, PAPER HEART GALLER, Phoenix, Az.
2005 Artists Of the South West, ICON GALLERY, Phoenix,Az.
“Phototaxis”, ICON GALLERY,Phoenix, Az. GALLERY 360, (Featured works) Scottsdale, Az
2003 SOHO ARTS SOUTH (Featured works) Palm Beach, Fl.
2002 Old Market Place”, Revolving Exhibit, Sedona, Az.
“Light Works”, Design Metaphore Gallery, Palm Springs, Ca.
2001 “Glow Art”, ZENITH GALLERY, Washington D.C.
“EISENART GALLERY”, Tlaquepaque, Sedona,Az.
2000 “Traveling Light”, SKY HARBOR INTERNATIONAL, Phoenix Az.
“Bridges”, ABANA 2000 International Conference Exhibition; NAU, Flaggstaff, Az.
“The Art of Neon Science, Light, & Form; Atlanta International Museum of Art and Design, Atlanta,Ga.
“Traveling Light”, Hsin-Chu City, Taiwan
1999 “5th Anniversary Bash”, Eclectic Electric Gallery, Atlanta, Ga.
18th Annual Neon Exhibition, ZENITH GALLERY, Washington D.C.
“Traveling Light”, LIMA ARTS CENTER, Lima, Ohio
1998 VELOCITY GRILL, Featured Works MCI CENTER, Washington,D.C.
“Traveling Light”, (Traveling Exhibit) DOWNTOWN NEON AND GALLERY, KANSAS CITY, Ka.
THE ARTFUL EYE, (Featured works) 313 Center St. Healdsburg, Ca.
“Traveling Light”, (Traveling Exhibit) Musium of Neon Art, Los Angeles, Ca.
“Eclectic Electric Show”, Shemer Art Center, Phoenix, Az.
“By Hammer By Hand”, Artists Blacksmiths Association of N.A. 1998 Conference, Ashville, N.C.
“...Not to Be Taken Lightly...”, Solo Exhibition, Eclectic Electric Gallery, Atlanta Ga.
“Traveling Light”, Glass Arts Society, Himawari Gallery, Seto, Japan
“Enlightened”, ANGELES GATE CULTURAL CENTER, San Pedro, Ca.
“Illuminations: Into the Light”, Cambridge Artists Cooperative, Cambridge, Ma.
“Turn On The Lights”, SNAG 1998 Conference,American Inst. of Architechs,Seattle,Wa.
“Here We Glow Again”,17th Annual Neon Exhibition, ZENITH GALLERY,WashingtonD.C.
1997 MUSEUM OF NEON ART, Group Exhibition, Los Angeles, Ca.
"Let There Be Light ", The Artful Eye Gallery, Calistoga , Ca.
“UP in LIGHTS", Coalition of Light Artists Burbank Creative Arts Center Gallery, Burbank,Ca.
"Metal and Light ",Handwerkskamer Koblenz, International Competition, Koblenz, Germany
"Light:At The End Of The Tunnel,"16th AnnualNeon Show, ZENETH GALLERY, Washington D.C
ECLECTIC ELECTRIC GALLERY Presents The Art of RICHARD ROZINSKI and ROCKY PINCIOTTI, Atlanta,Ga
”Jamonie” Steel private collection Mary Heldenbrand, Scottsdale Az.
”Ether II” Neon and Steel, Corporate Commission, Full Court Press, Atlanta, Ga.
”Whispers”, Neon, Copper and Steel, Corporate Commission, Full Court Press Atlanta, Ga.
”ETERNAL E”,Neon,Stainless Steel and Brass: collection of Dr. James & Lori Deemer, Phoenix, Az.
”Icon II”Neon, SS & Copper: private collection of Keith Eubanks Atlanta, Ga.
”Opia”, Neon and Aluminum: private collection of Keith Eubanks Atlanta, Ga
”Homage II” , Neon, Steel : private collection of Keith Eubanks Atlanta, Ga.
”Evolution”, Neon, Copper, Brass : private collection of Keith Eubanks Atlanta , Ga
”Space Chunk”, Neon and Copper; Private collection,Fritz Scholder, artist, Scottsdale,Az
”On The Verge”, Neon and copper. Corporate collection,Pasely Neon Glass Works,Inc.,Phoenix, Az.
”Pitar”,Welded steel, Corporate collection, Pinoy Telephone Co. of Southern California.
2002 “Pi R 2 III”, Steel and Stainless, private collection Wayne Wile, Carefree, Az.
2001 ”S F”, Neon and Stainless Steel; Corporate Commission, Phoenix Sound Inc. NY, NY
”Nucleus”,Neon and Stainless Steel:Corporate Commission, Phoenix Sound Inc. NY, NY
”Opia”, Neon and Aluminum, Corporate Commission, Phoenix Sound Inc. NY, NY
”....From The Ashes”, Neon and Copper Corporate Commission, Symbiotics Corp.Sedona, Az.
1999 ”ECLYPZ III”, Dr. James & Lori Deemer:Commission, Phoenix, Az.
1988 ”Off The Wall”, Copper and Neon Commissioned by Phoenix Executive Door Company, Phoenix,Az.
”Aiere”, Copper, Brass and Neon Commissioned by John Robbins, Sedona,Az.
1987 ”Whale Song” Copper, Brass and Neon Commissioned by Dawne Walczak Curator,Tempe Arts Center,
”Tickled Pink”, Neon, Copper and Brass. Comm. by Mr. & Mrs. Martin Mathers Attorneys, Scottsdale, Az
”Aegis Umbra”, Neon, Copper, and Steel.Comissioned by Cole & O'Neil, Atts. at Law,Casa Grande, Az
“What Light Through Yonder Sculpture...”: The Anvils Ring.Sum.?09 p.23-25
“Whiting native returns with Illunminating Art”:Rob Earnshaw; The Times. Fb.01,09.
“LIGHT BRIGADE” IlumaNative”: New Times Weekly, Julie Peterson; P.30; Ap.20,06
“Traveling Light”,Hsin-Chu City Fine Art Museum, Show catalogue;p.48,”00. Hsin-Chu City, Taiwan
”Pack the Art in a Suit Case”,Ed Biggar, The Sign Builders ILL.,N/D?99;p.126,pp.127
”The Neon Art Gallery”, Featured Artist Of The Month, UCSD La Jolla Web site
"Heavy Metal" , Magic Radio 93.1 Fm , First Thursday, Discussion with the artist, Jl 3, 97
"Heavy Metal ", BOISE WEEKLY, 8 Days Out ,p. 14; (picture P. 16) JU 26, 97R"Best of The West",
SOUTHWEST ART MAGAZINE , May 1997; (picture ,P.56)"
"1996 Metals Arts Source Book", CD-ROM, Bob Mitchell Productions ,Tampa , Fl.
"1995 Metals Arts Source Book",CD-ROM, Bob Mitchell Productions ,Tampa ,Fl.
"The Cutting Edge", Nora Burba Trulsson, The Phoenix Home And Garden, P.36(Picture P.39),Feb.1991.
"Myth In The Making",Kathy Dame-Glerum, Verde Independent Weekender,P.1&2 ,April 11,1990.
Contemporary Neon., published by Retail ReportingCorp.N.Y.,N.Y.,Author and Editor Rudi Stern, P.137, 1990.
"Touch",Betty Webb,The Tempe Dailey News Tribune,P.1&2,May 11,1989.
"Turning Tanks Into Art",Jaques Barbey,The Arizona RepublicEast Vally Newsday, July 25,1989
"Renaissance in Iron",Phoenix Home And Garden,(picture P.68Oct.1988
"Full Circle", Susi Lerma,The Arizona Republic Arts and Leisure,June 24,1987.