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Dr. Jules White is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Vanderbilt University and the Art Editor of the American Center for Artists ( His most recent solo exhibition was at the Gregory Way Gallery in Beverly Hills, CA.

Selected Reviews:

'Using intense color and distortion of form, White turns traditional subjects into sites for meditation and rumination upon the human condition..'

Fort Worth Star Telegram 

White's colors bulge and glow from the canvas. Like Van Gogh, he takes recognizable forms and enhances their color and distorts their form."

About Jules White:

December, 2008 PhD Computer Science, Vanderbilt University
May, 2006 MS Vanderbilt University, Computer Science
May, 2001 BA Brown University, Computer Science

9/1/2000 "Evaluating America's Commitment to Supporting Individual Artists," Associated Writing Programs, Job List.

Group Art Exhibitions:

August, 2002 Group Show, University Place Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts
July, 2002 Group Show, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts
May, 2002 Group Show, Cambridge Art Association National Juried Show, (judged by: Lisa Dennison, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim
Museum, New York, 135 of 1200 entries were shown), Cambridge, Massachusetts
March, 2002, Group Show, Summit Gallery, Fairhope, Alabama
January, 2002, Group Show, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama
December 2002, Group Show, The Gulf Space, Fairhope, Alabama
December 2002, Group Show, The Cannery, Fairhope, Alabama
Other Group Shows Include: University of South Alabama, Upstairs Gallery, Eastern Shore Art Center, Jubilee Festival, Shrimp Festival, and others 

Solo Art Exhibitions:

March, 2011, Gregory Way Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA

June, 2006, Summit Gallery, Fairhope, AL

May, 2003, Alabama Writers Symposium, Monroeville, Alabama

April, 2003, One-Man Show, The Summit Gallery, Fairhope, Alabama
February, 2002 One-Man Show, Eastern Shore Art Museum, Fairhope Alabama

June, 2000 One-Man Show, Bay Rivers Art Guild, Daphne Alabama
January, 2000 One-Man Show, Cathedral Square Art Gallery, Mobile Alabama
July, 1999 One-Man Show, Upstairs Gallery, Arlington, Texas
May, 1999 One-Man Show, President's Mansion, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
December, 1999 One-Man Show, Bay Rivers Art Guild, Daphne, Alabama
December, 1998 One-Man Show, Bay Rivers Art Guild, Daphne, Alabama 


Artworks handled by:
Gallery Soco, Austin, Texas
The Upstairs Gallery, Arlington, Texas
Art Is Ok, Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Cathedral Square Gallery, Mobile, Alabama
Summit Gallery, Fairhope, Alabama


Artwork accepted by the "The Boston Review," Cambridge, MA, for publication in the summer, 2003 issue

Book Jacket Illustration ("Falling Into Mobile Bay," for the volume News About People You Know by Robert Phillips, The Texas Press, fall, 2002)

Magazine cover illustration ("Falling Into Mobile Bay," Natural Awakenings, March, 2002)
Artwork featured in: The Fort Worth Star Telegram, The Arlington Morning News, The Mobile Press Register, The Birmingham Weekly, Mobile Bay Monthly Magazine, Daphne Bulletin, The Baldwin Register, Eastern Shore Courier,, and others 

Work Experience:

2002, Design and Technology Director, Christopher Isherwood Foundation, Santa Monica, California  

2001-2002, IBM IT Professional, developed large scale software applications and optimization systems for Fortune 500 companies using technologies such as JAVA, XML, CORBA, C++, Geo-databases, Rule-Engines, Swing, and MQ. I also worked as a graphic designer for IBM's e-business Innovation Center. 

2002, Art Editor, American Center for Artists, website (

2000, Chief Software Architect, Software Teacher Inc., led the development team, including the graphic design, for the Fiction Writing, Business Writing, and Basic Composition programs 

1997-1999, Art Instructor, Bay Rivers Art Guild, taught classes on painting and drawing


The Gate, Photo-collage

Summer Storm, Oil and Pastel on Paper

Overlooking Boston, Acrylic and Ink on Canvas

Vase with Flowers, Photo-College

Father, Acrylic on Canvas

Mother, Acrylic on Canvas

Currents, Acrylic and Ink on Paper

Doorway, Photo-Collage

Typewriter, Photo-Collage

Striped Camellia, Photo-Collage

The Orange, Photo-Collage

Red Tulip, Photo-Collage