Ward RoeProfessor/Freshman Coordinator, and Chairperson, FA Division
Department or Division: Division of Fine Arts
Office Location: Koelsch Art Center - Room 102
Phone Number: (570) 945-8464
What makes Keystone special to me?
"Lively, Energetic, Bohemian, and Gutsy feel within the Division of Fine Arts. Committed group of collegial people who actually work as a team. I like very much the student centeredness that pervades campus, and I feel that in our institution individuals can, and often do have a voice and can affect change."
- Boston University, Engineering Program, 1980-81 Teaching Assistant, Drawing and Painting
- State University of New York, Binghamton 1990
- BFA Drawing and Painting, Marywood University 1986
- MFA Drawing and Painting, Marywood University 1990
Photography I, Photography II, Color Photography, Photography - Senior Seminar, Drawing I (occasionally), Drawing II, Painting I (occasionally), Figure Drawing I,II (occasionally) In the past I have taught Color Theory, 2-D Design, Graphic Design, IDS
Numerous exhibitions including both one person and group venues. One person exhibitions include the AFA Gallery, Everhart Museum, Keystone College, Marywood University, King's College, Marquis Gallery, and the Pacific Grove Art Center, Pacific Grove, CA. A partial listing of group exhibitions includes Art of the State 2004 and 2005 at the State Museum of Art, Harrisburg, PA, the Arnot Art Museum Regional Exhibition, Elmira, NY, Photography: Contemporary Prospect 2000, Chester Springs, PA, Photo Opportunity 1999, Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh, PA, the Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA, the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, and Magic Silver XVII, Murray State University, Murray, KY.
Photograph. "2004 Photo Review Annual International Competition Winners," The Photo Review, Volume 27, Number 2, 2005, pg. 30.
Photograph. "2000 Photo Review Annual Competition Winners," The Photo Review, Volume 23, Number 3, 2000, pg. 32.
Photograph. "1995 Photo Review Annual Competition Winners," The Photo Review, Summer issue, 1995.
Photograph/artist's statement. "Access and Exclusion: A Survey of Works from the Wilkes-Barre/Binghamton Region," exhibition catalog, Darlene Miller, curator, University Art Museum, the State University of New York at Binghamton, pgs. 10-12, 1991.
Photograph. Exhibition Catalog. "The Three Rivers Arts Festival," Pittsburgh, PA., Leonard Schugar Award Winner, inside cover, July 1991.
Photograph/Exhibition Announcement "Museum Quarterly," Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA, Early Spring, 1994, pg. 3.
Photographs. "Homage to Blue and White," by Carmona, Ceramics Monthly, Feb. 1993, pgs. 52-54.
Photographs. "Shelley Thorstensen: Public Prints," The Journal of Printmaking, Feb. 1993.
Photographs. Exhibition Catalog. "Leland Wallin: Tabletop Toys and Toyscapes," Gallery Henoch, New York, NY April 1991.
Photographs/Text. "Underwood," The Lackawanna Historical Society Journal, Volume 22, Number 2, July 1990.
Photographs. "Gallery," American Craft, October/November 1989.
Photographs. "From Forge and Furnace," The Anvil's Ring, Summer 1989, pgs. 23-31.
Photographs. "College Campuses," Pennsylvania Magazine, Volume 9, No. 3, June 1989.
Photographs. "On Scale and Sculpture...In Search of Monumentality," Metalsmith Magazine, summer 1988.
Photographs. "Ray Floyd: Still Winning After All These Years," and "A Model Look At This Summer's Finery," Northeast Magazine, July 1986.
Photographs, "Golf Fore Charity," Northeast Magazine, August 1986, cover/pgs. 22-23.