Gerald C. Mead, Jr.
Gerald C. Mead, Jr. is a Buffalo, N.Y.-based artist, collector, curator, art writer, and educator. He teaches in the design department at Buffalo State College (where he received his BS in design and BA in psycholog)y and at the University at Buffalo (where he earned his MFA in visual studies). His highly detailed, small-scale collages/assemblages constructed from photographic materials and found objects are in the permanent collections of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, N.Y.), Burchfield Penney Art Center (Buffalo, N.Y.), Castellani Art Museum (Lewiston, N.Y.), George Eastman House/International Museum of Film and Photography (Rochester, N.Y.), Oregon State University (Corvallis, Oregon), and International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction (Fort Worth, Texas), among others. His works have been in museum/gallery exhibitions throughout the US and in Australia, England, Poland, Russia and Canada. Mead has received grants from the New York Foundation of the Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts and major awardsfrom the Carnegie Art Center National Exhibition and Creative Quarterly: The Journal of Art & Design. He is also an appointed member of the Buffalo Arts Commission, serves on several art boards and committees in the region and frequently juries local and national exhibitions. 
 Adapted from author unknown, "Gerald Mead," biographical statement for the Buffalo Society of Artists, http://www.buffalosocietyofartists.com/?select=artists&data=gerald_mead.(Accessed 08/06/2013)