Cliff Tisdell’s work has appeared in universities and galleries around the United States. Many prominent members of the art world have included his work for exhibitions, including: Ivan Karp, Charlotta Kotik, Dore Ashton, Nat Trotman, curator Guggenheim Museum, Melissa MIller and Eric Fischl. Most recently, his work has been shown at the VanDerPlas Gallery in NYC and the George Segal Gallery where he was a guest artist and lecturer. Mr. Tisdell has designed posters for Carnegie Hall and illustrations for the Village Voice and the Center for Jewish History. His work is in private collections.




Selected Exhibitions

VanDerPlas Gallery, NYC 2016
George Segal Gallery, Montclair State University 2015
OK Harris Gallery, NYC 2013
University of Texas, Tyler
Brenda Taylor Gallery, NYC
America: Here and Now project
Brooklyn Waterfront Arts Commision
The Chautauqua Institution
Grounds for Sculpture
Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, MA
Jersey City Museum


Blueprint Review, Germany. 2011
Visual Arts Society of Texas. 2010
Newark ArtsCouncil. 2006

Lillian Booth Actor's Home, Englewood, NJ. Dreams and Shadows: the art and life of Joseph Cornell
Brookdale at Battery Park.
At the Edge of Acceptance, Viola Frey and Bill Traylor. 2015
George Segal Gallery.
Ideas and Influences, some thoughts on my own work.2015
Jersey City Museum. Hobo Man
/Outsider Art.2004
High Tech High School, North Bergen, NJ. TIRE: the machine age, popular cutlure and fine art. 2015

Manhattan JCC.
3-D Workshop.2005
Kaplan School.
3-D Workshop.2004

NYU Center for Advanced Digital Applications - certificate/MAYA
Arts Students League. studies with Robert Beauchamp, protege Hans Hofmann
Parsons School of Design
School of Visual Artts
Rutgers University. BA Communications

Miscellaneous Projects
Carnegie Hall. large format posters
American Museum of Natural History (animation)
Village Voice
Seven Days Magazine


Studio Visit Magazine. 2012
Berkshire Eagle. 2008