June-September 2022. “Sun, Sky & Water Works on Paper” @ Ritz Carlton South Beach curated by Manolis Projects, Miami.

2021-2022. Burkhardt’s LetterScape Works on Exhibit @ DTR Modern Fine Art Gallery, 408 Hibiscus, off Worth Avenue in Palm Beach/FL.


2003–January. Interviewed about “Notism” Movement on Aspen PBS-TV (“The Changing Paradigm”) and on Time Warner’s MNN-Channels 34 and 57 in New York.

2002–October. Notism Art Selected by David Rockefeller’s Business Committee for the Arts and Exhibited at Forbes Magazine Galleries/New York, New York.

2002–July. Executive Producer/Creative Director of Short Film “Red”; Bought by Independent Film Channel, Aired Throughout U.S.

2001–March. Solo in Soho. First One Man Art Show–“Mind Imprints: Art of Note.” Exhibit Launched New Genre of Contemporary American Art at START Gallery in Soho, New York. Multi-Media, Acrylics, Pen and Ink on Paper Works Drew 400+ People to Opening Night.

2000–October. Executive Producer and Creative Consultant on Surreal Half-Hour Feature Film “The Mark,” 1870’s Period Piece.

2000–January. Created and Produced “Cowboys Dueling Tornado” Super Bowl TV Spot for Won International Broadcast Award and Acclaim in Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Atlanta Journal and Los Angeles Times.

1999-November. Subject of Don Imus Rant on National Radio over Super Bowl spot.

1999–August. Executive Producer and Creative Director of Highly-Charged Short Film “Red,” Honored at Palm Springs International Film Festival.

1998–September. Created Art Concept for Bronze Medallion Chosen “Best of United Nations” in Honor of UN’s 50th Anniversary. Art Designed and Cast by Sculptress Gwen Marcus.

1998–July. Subject of Manhattan Magazine Feature Story, “Creative Branding In The Age of Fast Media,” New York, New York.

About Ron Burkhardt



Graduated w/BBA from Western Michigan University/Kalamazoo. Later studied at Art Students League of New York, and National Academy of Fine Art/New York.


Ron Burkhardt has received over 200 awards for creative excellence and his work has been recognized or honored by The United Nations, The Art Directors Club of New York, The One Show, Andys, Creativity, CLIOS, Gold & Silver Effies, IBA, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Addys, Tellies, Mobius, Hollywood International Broadcast Awards, Cannes, Black Book Awards, CA Annual, Outstanding Young Men of America, and the Presidential Order of Merit. Burkhardt’s abstract artworks have also been featured in “Who’s Who in American Art,” ART and Living Magazine, Gotham Magazine, Southampton Press, Hamptons Magazine, ┬áPromenade, and Dan’s Papers; and on CNN Headline News, NBC “Today in New York” Show, Hamptons TV/WVVH, Inside Edition, American Journal, Aspen PBS-The Changing Paradigm, MNN-57, Plum TV, CNN Business Unusual and NBC/New York Channel 4 News. He has judged the Stephen Kelly Awards, Andys, CEBA, International TV & Film Festival, Creativity, Addys, Mercury Radio Awards and The CLIOS.


Elected to Board of Directors, Serving as Branding Chair & TV Co-Chair, Miss America Organization, Atlantic City, NJ. (2003-2010)

Member, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.

Member, Whitney Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.

Member Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY.

Member, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, California.

Member Parrish Museum, Water Mill, NY.

Member Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY.

Member, The One Club, New York, NY.


Donor to Southampton Hospital/Southampton, NY; Project Angel Food/Los Angeles, CA; Ivy Cup Polo/Greenwich, CT; Benefit Committee for Sheltering Arms Children’s Society/NY; Eisenhower Medical Center/Rancho Mirage, CA; Childrens’ Cancer & Blood Foundation/New York, NY; Edwin Gould’s “ARTrageous” Children’s Charity of New York; Ft. Worth Symphony “Painted Violins”/Ft. Worth, Texas; Children’s Development Center of the Hamptons; East Side Settlement House & International Auto Show/NY; Positive Resistance for Foster Children/Newport, CA; Beta Foster Care/Irvine, CA; African Child Foundation/Newport, CA; and pro bono creative work for Korean War Veterans Memorial Committee; Save America’s Forests; Miracle House; and Robert Kennedy Jr.’s RiverKeeper, all NY.