Jon Manteau

Assistant Teaching Professor, Art
Office Phone: 610-892-1476
Office Location: Vairo Library, 112

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Jon Manteau received his Masters of Fine Art, in 1996, from the University of Delaware. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where he received a four-year certificate (1987). He also studied at Parsons School of Design/New School for Social Research, in New York City, New York.

He has taught at the University of Delaware, Temple/Tyler University and has recently become a full-time faculty member at Penn State University/Brandywine. He has been a college instructor/professor for 16 years. He’s exhibited nationally and his works are in collections, throughout the United States and Canada. He has been a working artist for over 30 years. Jon lives and works in Philadelphia.

He is an avid surfer and has won eight championships as a player/ manager in various Philadelphia Men’s softball leagues. He is married to Brittney Singletary, has no children but does have a 100lbs, Labrador retriever, named “Link”. Jon lives and works in Philadelphia.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2011- “To a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail”
LGTripp Gallery/ Philadelphia, PA

2007- “History of the Mark”
Gallery Siano/ Philadelphia, PA

2005- “Like Mudbugs on a Griddle”
J. Martin Gallery/ Indianapolis, IN

2005- The Fleisher Challenge Exhibitions Series
Fleisher Art Memorial/ Philadelphia, PA

Selected Group Exhibitions

2011- Italy: Philadelphia Artists Celebrate 150 Years
Italian Consulate/ Crane/ Philadelphia, PA

2010- Premiere Exhibition
LGTripp Gallery/ Philadelphia, PA

2009- Lines, University of Delaware Alumni
UD @ Crane / Philadelphia, PA