John Portman; Jack Lenor Larsen; David Rockefeller; Ted Turner; Clare Booth Luce; Beverly Sills; Ted Nirenburg (President, Dansk International Designs); Stanley Marcus; Mary McFadden; Paolo Soleri; Charles Loloma (Grand Master of Modern Hopi Indian Jewlery Art); Fritz Scholder (famous Hopi Indian painter); golfers Jack Nicklaus and Gene Littler; I.O.C. President, Juan Samaranch (a gift from the City of Atlanta); Robert Goizetta (President, The Coca Coal Co.); Sam Johnson (of Johnson Wax); Steven Spielberg, Henry Geldzaher, Curator 20th Century Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art;  A.N.C. President Nelson Mandela (a gift from Hilary Clinton); President Jimmy Carter; Prince and Princess Aga Khan; Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands (a gift from the City of Atlanta); Queen Margrethe of Denmark (a gift from President Clinton); President Ernesto Zedillo of Mexico (a gift from President Clinton); President Rodriguez of Costa Rica; Mayor William Campbell of Atlanta



The Georgia Governor's Office; Georgia Institute of Technology; Georgia State University; The Atlanta Historical Society; The Shepards Spinal Clinic; Vintage Invitational Golf Tournament, permanent trophy and annual trophies; The White House Collection of American Crafts; Kennesaw State University; Georgia Southern University



Southern Bell Headquarters, Atlanta; First American Bank, Nashville; First National Bank, Charlotte; The Coca Cola Co. World Headquarters, Atlanta; International Paper Co., New York; Chub Group Insurance Cos., New Jersey; Hallmark Cards, Kansas City; Northern Telecom Co., Atlanta; Cousins Properties, Atlanta; Monsanto World Headquarters, St. Louis; Columbia Pictures; M.C.I.; Hallmark; Phillip Morris; Cox Communications Co.; IBM, Atlanta; Fuqua Industries, Atlanta; Rockefeller Center Rainbow Room



Atlanta Arts Festival, First Awards or Purchase Awards in Crafts, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1978

American Crafts Council, Southeast Regional Biennial Crafts Exhibition; Prize Awards 1978

Piedmont Regional Biennial Crafts Exhibitions, Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina Prize Awards, 1974, 1976, 1978

Colorado Center for the Arts Prize Award. 1975; Judge's Choice Award, 1973

Marietta Crafts National Exhibitions, Marietta, Ohio; Prize Awards, 1974, 1975, 1976; selected for Exhibit, 1973, 1977, 1978

"Craftsman U.S.A.," of the American Craft Council, Award of Merit, 1986


Ed Moulthrop
Atlanta, Georgia



The Museum of Modern Art New York

The Detroit Institute of Arts Detroit, Michigan

The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, New York

Arkansas Arts Center Museum of Art Little Rock, Arkansas

Mint Museum of Art Charlotte, North Carolina

American Craft Museum New York, New York

High Museum of Art Atlanta, Georgia

Renwick Gallery, Museum of American Art,              Smithsonian Institute

Boston Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts         

Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Texas

Arizona State University and Museum Tempe, Arizona

Mobile Museum of ArtMobile, Alabama

Chicago Art Institute Chicago, Illinois

Columbus Museum Columbus, Georgia

Copenhagen Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia, Pensylvania  

Honolulu Museum of Art Honolulu, Hawaii                    

Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Texas

Minneapolis Institute of Arts Minneapolis, Minnesota



The Vatican Museum, Rome, an International Exhibition "Crafts, Art, and Religion," sponsored jointly by the Smithsonian Institute and The Vatican Museum, 1978

The Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, "The Art of the Turned Bowl," 1978

The XIII Olympics Art Exhibition, 1980, Lake Placid, New York

Art For Use, National Crafts Exhibition at The American Craft Museum, New York, 1980

Artists in Georgia, Exhibitions at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, 1971, 1972, 1974

Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Exhibition of The American Craft Museum, New York, 1981

U.S. Information Agency, "Art in America," Exhibition for Easter Europe, 1986-1989

High Museum of Art, Atlanta, One Man Exhibit, 1987

U.S. Information Agency, "Craft Today, U.S.A.," European Exhibition 1989-1994

U.S. Information Agency, "Arts America," Overseas Exhibition, 1992-1995

U.S. Information Agency, "Out of the Woods, Turned Wood and American Craftsmen," 1995-1998



Craftsmanship Medal, Atlanta Chapter of American Institution of Architects, 1978

Craftsmanship Medal, Georgia Association of American Institution of Architects, 1980

Georgia State Governor's Award in the Arts, 1981
Fellow, American Craft Council, 1987

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