Bernie Voichysonk, Designer and Artist

Bernard Francis Voichysonk - 1931 - 2012

 

Education:

1958 - Bachelor of Fine Art, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

1959 - Master of Fine Art, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Fellowships

1959 - Teaching Fellowship under Josef Albers, Yale University, New Haven,                 Connecticut

 

Academic Appointments:

1959 - 2001 - Design Studio Coordinator, University of Florida, Gainesville,                               Florida

Established the International Travel Program, School of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Professor Emeritus, School of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

 

Influences:

1959 - While at Yale, Voichysonk studied with Josef Albers. Albers was a former professor at the Bauhaus, artist and design educator. This collaboration established the foundation for Voichysonk’s teaching philosophy and legacy.

 

Exhibits:

Voichysonk was an educator, designer and accomplished artist. His paintings are in numerous private collections. Listed are some of the places where he had exhibitions:

Yale Art Gallery, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

1958 - New Haven Art Festival, Best of Show, New Haven, Connecticut

           Society of Fine Arts, Palm Beach, Florida

1965 - World's Fair, Florida Pavilion, New York City, New York

 

Notable Works:

1955 - Voichysonk and Bean Residence, Creekside Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

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Bernie Voichysonk, Designer and Artist

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Paintings by Bernie Voichysonk