has been exhibiting his paintings internationally
since 1982. Listed in Art in America, his works are in private
and corporate collections in London, Paris, Madrid, Zurich,
Barcelona and throughout the United States. Alive with color
and movement, each piece reflects the influence of masters such
as Kandinsky, Miró and de Kooning.
reflected in his art are Nevilles background in architecture
and his lifelong involvement with music. Most recently, his
travels to the tropics have inspired the vivid liveliness of
his latest series of works: the "Key West Flower Series."
A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Neville studied architecture
and music composition before moving to New York City in 1969.
The artists travels in Europe began in 1984, when he was
commissioned to paint a mural for Spanish designer Juan Seville,
in Barcelona. Once this work was completed, other commissions
and exhibitions followed.
While maintaining strong and constant connections abroad, Nevilles
career has for the past two decades focused in and around the
New York City area. His works are included in numerous private
and corporate collections nationwide literally from New
York to Seattle, to New Orleans, to Key West.
And Key West is the inspiration for several of Nevilles efforts.
"Nowhere," notes Neville, "is the light brighter,
clearer or more intense even at night." He remembers
the impact of his first visit there: "It was like seeing
color for the first time. Everywhere you look, there is beauty."
and Group Exhibitions
2011 Galleria di Palazzo Genovese -Salerno, Italy
2009 MAC Gallery New York City
2007 MAC Gallery New York City
2005 MAC Gallery New York City
2003 MAC Gallery New York City
2002 Jadite Gallery New York City
2000 Wave Gallery Key West, Florida
1998 Gallery Asyl New York City
1997 Cooper Gallery Jersey City, New Jersey
1996 Froelich Gallery New York City & Key West
1993 Philip Stansbury Gallery New York City
1986 James Wilson Gallery New York City
1984 James Wilson Gallery New York City
1983 Froelich Gallery New York City
1982 Froelich Gallery New York City
1967 Crawford Gallery Birmingham, Alabama
1965 Osband Gallery Birmingham, Alabama
1997 Bergen Museum of Arts & Science
"Whimsey in Art"
2002 AKC DOGNY Sculpture for Pace University, NYC
Gold Scholastic Art Award