Anthony Stephenson
Since the beginning
Works in Red Bank, New Jersey United States of America

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BIO

Anthony Stephenson Exhibition Record

2013, “Polar Premonition of Change", "Salient Evincement", and “Cloverleaf”
included in the MoMA "PopRally: Abstract Currents", New York, NY
2012, “On the sCent" Video Included on "Wander Web TV", Liege, Belgium
2012, “On the sCent" Video Shown at Chartier, New Haven, CT
2012, "Change Brief Abridged" Video Broadcast for "Leap Second Festival 2012"
2006, Video Shown “Cloverleaf” at Asbury Lanes, Asbury Park, NJ
1998, www Group Show “The Best of Two Worlds – Rhizome”
1998, 2010, 2012 Group Show “Monmouth Art Alliance”, Red Bank, NJ
1995, "Salient Evincement" Video Broadcast on "Offline", Ithaca, NY
1992 to 1994, Executive Producer, “Articulated Spectation”
A cable-access program for Monmouth Cablevision
1991, “Image ‘n Me” Video Broadcast on Channel 5, Boston, MA
1991, Music Distributed by Pointless Music
1987, Published in Art Papers
1984, Group Exhibition "Art & Sound", AIR Gallery, Clifton, NJ
1981, “Dreamstand” Sculpture Commissioned by LACE, Los Angeles, CA
1980 "Silver" & "Gold" Exhibited at the Pacific Stock Exchange, Los Angeles, CA
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DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

Polar Premonition of Change


On this first day of Winter ...

DISCUSSION

Polar Premonition of Change


On this first day of Winter ...

DISCUSSION

Toys (for the Holidays?)


Yes, it's that time of year again. And what better way to kick off the holiday
season than to give the gifts that keep on giving. Yes, you too can enjoy the
many "toys" that are found on the web. In these uncertain times, why not take a
minute to just enjoy yourself? Amaze your friends and family! Kill time as the
economy slumps! And be held in awe as you ponder life's gifts as they are
manifested through Flash and Java.

http://etonys.com

DISCUSSION

Just for Fun


I've put together a little site of "adulation & additions" --- just for your enjoyment.

Go to http://etonys.com

Have fun,
-Tony