Harry Delorme (b. 1960 in Savannah, GA) received his B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Drawing and Painting from The University of Georgia, Athens, GA. He has worked as Senior Curator of Education at Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah, GA, and as an Adjunct Art Instructor at Armstrong Atlantic State University. DeLorme’s selected solo and two-person exhibitions include, HDX2 Gallery S.P.A.C.E. (Cleveland, OH), El Tajin llo Tempore, Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs (Savannah, GA), Museo de El Tajin (Mexico), Nature/Culture/Profit/Loss, School of Visual Arts (Savannah, GA), and Natural Selections at Spirit Square Center for the Arts (Charlotte, NC). His selected group exhibitions include Georgia Green at Georgia College and State University Museum (Milledgeville, GA), Green Space: Environmental Concerns in Contemporary Art at Space 301 (Mobile, AL), Art from Detritus at Synagogue for the Arts Gallery (New York, NY), and A Sense of Place: Continuity and Change in the New South at Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (Augusta, GA). In 2003, DeLorme was included in the MOCA GA exhibition, “Color, Culture and Complexity.”

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