Anthony J. Zaremba
5 Meadows Lane
Whiting, New Jersey 08759
2018-2007 Individual Exhibitions
Viewpoint Gallery-Schnectady, New York
Red Horse Gallery-Freehold Mall, Freehold, New Jersey
Narrows Botanical Garden Harvest / Spring Festivals-Brooklyn, New York
Gallery 364, Bay Ridge Brooklyn, New York
Beach Haven Art Fair, Beach Haven, New Jersey
Carl Goetz Middle School Art Class Presentations Jackson, New Jersey
Pines Shore Art Association- Manahawkin, New Jersey
Narrows Botanical Gardens Outdoor Exhibition-Brooklyn, New York
Brielle, New Jersey Open Air Exhibition, Brielle. New Jersey
Manchester N.J. Manchester Library-solo exhibition
Meet the Artist- Crestwood Artist Guild, Manchester, New Jersey
Oakland House Restaurant, 1st N.J. Jazz Arts Show, Red Bank, New Jersey
Recent Group Shows 2018-2007
Viewpoint Gallery-Schnectady, New York
Viewpoint Gallery-Schnectady, New York Blazing Star Cultural Arts Center-Carteret, New Jersey
Middlesex County College Center-Edison, New Jersey
JFK Memorial Library-Piscataway, New Jersey
Courage Kenny-Minneapolis, MN- International Art Show
Bryn Mawr traveling Satellite Exhibitions-Malvern, Pa
Sketchbook Project-Brooklyn, New York
Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute-Minneapolis, Minnesota
Devon Manor Satellite Exhibition, Pa.
Moss Rehab "All About Art", Elkins Park, Pa.
Bryn Mawr "Art Ability" Exhibition, Malvern Pa.
William Penn Foundation-Philadelphia, Pa.
Spring Into Art Auction-Pt. Pleasant, New Jersey
VSA Arts of New Jersey-Arc Gallery-Freehold New Jersey
Sunnyview Gallery- "Art for the View" -Schenectady, New York
John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center, Washington DC- "Transformation 06"
Princeton Medical Center, “Art First”, Princeton, New Jersey
Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, Missouri-“Arts on the Hill”
Noyes Museum- Oceanville, New Jersey
Burke Rehabilitation Institute-White Plains, New York
Ocean County College Fines Arts Gallery-Toms River, New Jersey
Sunnyview Viewpoint Gallery, Schenectady, New York
Midwood High School-Brooklyn, New York- granted a full scholarship to the School of Visual Arts in NYC.
School of Visual Arts Graduate of Fine Arts- New York, New York
Apprenticeship in scenic art for the theatre-Philharmonic Hall, New York, New York
Recent Awards and Grants - 2002-2018
2018-Sister Kenny-Minneaplois, Minnesota-Smead Encouragement Award
2017-Sister Kenny Minneapolis, Minnesota-First Place Watercolor
2015-Moss Rehab-Elkins Park, Pa.-2nd place Works on Paper
2014-Moss Rehab-Elkins Park, Pa.- Best in Show
2013-Sister Kenny Minneapolis, Minnesota-First Place Watercolor
2012-Moss Rehab-Patron's Choice Award Opening Reception
2012-Bryn Mawr, Malvern, Pa.-2nd Place Watercolor
2011-Bryn Mawr, Malvern, Pa.-1st Place Works on Paper
2011-Moss Rehab, Elkins Park, Pa.- 2nd Place watercolor
2011-Moss Rehab-Elkins Park Pa.- First Place Award for Works on Paper
2011-Sister Kenny, Minneapolis, Minnesota-Encouragement Award in the Watercolor Category
2010-Sister Kenny, Minneapolis, Minnesota- 2nd place watercolor
2009-Bryn Mawr- 2nd place Watercolor Award
2008-Bryn Mawr- 2nd place Watercolor Award-Oliver Family Foundation
2008-Sister Kenny, Minneapolis, Minnesota-Certificate of Recognition for creative artwork
2008-Bryn Mawr, Malvern, Pa.- 3rd place watercolor award,
2008-Bryn Mawr,Malvern, Pa.- Classical music watercolors added to Corporate Collection
2008-Moss Rehab, Elkins Park, Pa.- Award of Excellence Watercolor-Cover artist of 2008 program
2007-Princeton, New Jersey "Art First" Honorable Mention Watercolor
2007-Sunnyview Gallery- Schenectady-"Art for the View"-permanent collection watercolor
2006-VSA Arts Washington DC-John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center- Honorium reproduction of my
watercolor entitled "Melodic Strings"printed on note cards
2005 -Berlex Drug Company grant for addition of a shade gazebo for the “Anthony Zaremba Champions of
Courage” enabling garden, Brooklyn, New York
2005-Artist Choice Award- Pines Shores Art Association, Manahawkin, N.J.
2005-“Art Ability”-Bryn Mawr- Malvern, New Jersey- "Best in Show" award
2004-2003 Ocean County Senior Arts Exhibit- 1st place watercolor
2004-Princeton University- “Art First” exhibition- 2nd place watercolor
2004-2003 -Princeton University-two watercolors accepted for inclusion in their permanent collection
2003-Certificate of Recognition for creative artwork-Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota
2003-Decade of Achievement Award Betaseron Champions of Courage- Berlex Drugs
2002 –“Anthony Zaremba Champions of Courage Disability Garden”-grant from Berlex Drug Company for
construction of an enabling garden in my name
Collections, Accomplishments, Publicity
My work is represented in the permanent collections of the St. Paul Drug Company in Minneapolis,
Minnesota. Permanent collections of the Princeton Medical Center, Princeton, New Jersey ,Sunnyview
Gallery, Schenectady, N,Y, Moss Rehab, Philadelphia, Pa. William Penn Foundation, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Corporate Collection of Bryn Mawr, Malvern, Pa.and Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation, Pa.
Two of my watercolors depicting the athletes of the Paralympics, entitled "Wheelchair Basketball" and "Ice
Hockey" are included in the Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute permanent collections..
My watercolors were included in the Snyder Drugstore Calendars, a mid-west drug company, for six straight
years from 1997-2002.
My artwork was featured on New Jersey 12 television.
My life story and artwork appeared in the Asbury Park Press, and the Home News Tribune in New Jersey.
In New York, I was profiled in the New York Daily News, New York Newsday, and Kings Courier newspapers.
I appeared in a three part film on Time Warner Cable in NYC that featured my artwork and ability.
In July 2004, I was honored to be included in the book, “People with MS with the Courage to Give” written
by Jackie Waldman.
An enabling garden was dedicated in my name in Brooklyn, New York on July 21, 2002 at the Floyd Benett
Gardens Association (FBGA). The "Anthony Zaremba Champions of Courage Garden" is still utilized today,
12 years after its' formation by wheelchair bound gardeners.
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