Paul "Vickers" Lyon Art Scholarship in New Media

 

Laura Hinton is the custodian of the Paul "Vickers" Lyon Art Scholarship in New Media at Alfred University.  Named for her son, a New York City-based multi-media artist who passed away in 2010, this scholarship at his alma mater will be offered starting in 2016 as an endowed award to undergraduate artists studying at the Alfred School of Art & Design.  The award will be based on student talent and financial need.  
 

For more information about the scholarship, and how you can contribute to supporting young artists through the award, you can email Laura Hinton or query Professor Pere Bode by ground mail at:

School of Art and Design

Alfred University

University Relations

1 Saxon Drive

Alfred, NY 14802

NOTE:  If you are sending a check through Professor Bode, please write it to Alfred University.  Please write in the memo: 

 “Paul ‘Vickers’ Lyon Memorial Fund”

Donations are tax-deductible.

The Vickers Archive in Woodstock, NY, is a few blocks from the Woodstock Village Green, set amidst quiet gardens and forest.  It contains a Mac computer with mega-harddrive hosting Vickers's digital works, as well as files and notebooks, and his works on paper.  Visitors are welcome by appointment.

The Vickers Archive in Woodstock, NY, is a few blocks from the Woodstock Village Green, set amidst quiet gardens and forest.  It contains a Mac computer with mega-harddrive hosting Vickers's digital works, as well as files and notebooks, and his works on paper.  Visitors are welcome by appointment.

Paul "Vickers" Lyon Art Estate

Laura Hinton has established the Vickers Art Archive in Woodstock, NY. The archive is available for use by appointment.  

Currently an exhibit of 18 gallery-quality prints (color and b & w) of Vickers' graphic cartoon art is in the works.  

While a new website is under construction, some of Vickers Gringo's multi-media work, including video film shorts and cartoons, can be viewed at:

Vickers Gringo Prints

www.70millionrats.com

A bio about Vickers Gringo is posted on the Mermaid Tenement Press website, where a chapbook about his work is available by donation.