Steven Daniel Carlisle is an artist from Marble Hill, Georgia. His photographs document the South and his journeys traversing Interstate 75 and Highway 41 to Florida and back to Georgia. His work is in many permanent collections, including The Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Florida. 

Steve is a master printmaker and has collaborated with many world class artists from all over the world. As a staff member of USF’s Graphicstudio in Tampa, FL, he helped create artist’s books, photogravures, lithographs, block prints, even fine art billboards. Those works of art are in the Museum of Modern Art (Moma), National Gallery of Art and New York Public Library. Steve lives in Big Canoe, GA and is represented by Thunderbird Editions, Ltd. In Marble Hill, Georgia.

Solo Exhibitions
2004 Steve Carlisle, Tremaine Gallery, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecticut
1998 Sign Language, Steven Daniel Carlisle, Merrick Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL
1997 Everybody’s Tabernacle, Thunderbird Editions, Ltd., Clearwater, Florida
1997 Art Expo, Javits Center, New York City

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019
Slow Exposures, Honorable Mention, Pike County, Georgia
Director’s Cut, Atlanta Photography Group, Georgia
Natural Expressions, GNPA, Alpharetta Arts Center, Georgia
People, Places & Things, Atlanta Photography Group, Madison, Georgia
Fall Juried Show, Bowen Center for the Arts, Dawsonville, Georgia

2018
Big Canoe Photography, Blue Ridge Arts Center, GA

2000
Rock & Roll, Steve Carlisle & Baron Wolman, Brogan Museum, Tallahassee, FL

1999
Digital Fusion, Morean Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida
Dorothy Cowden, Curator, Scarfone/Hartley Gallery at University of Tampa

1997
The Art of Thunderbird Editions, Pensacola Museum of Art, Florida

Palm Beach Photographic Arts Festival, Lecturer
USF Graphicstudio “Block Printing in the Americas" panelist
Iris Printing Lab Director, Southern Graphics Council, USF, Tampa
Lesley Dill Public Art Billboards, Tampa, Pinellas County & MassMOCA

Printmaking clients include Jerry Uelsmann, Maggie Taylor, Baron Wolman, Rolling Stone Magazine, MTV, VH1, USF Graphicstudio, John Waters, Lesley Dill, Waltercio Caldas, Jose Allejandro Restreppo and Tampa International Airport.

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