Selected Group Exhibitions

New York

  • Silver: A Metalpoint Group Exhibition, DFN Projects with Artists Equity, 2021–22
  • The Annual Instructors Salon 2021, Art Students League of New York, 2021
  • The Annual Instructors Exhibition 2020, Art Students League of New York, 2020
  • New York Design Center, “The League of Masters: Past + Present,” 2019
  • The Art Students League of New York, “The Art Students League Instructors’ Exhibition 2019,” 2019
  • National Academy of Design, “Annual Exhibition”, 2008, 04, 2000, 98, 94, 84
  • Forbes Gallery, “Into the Heart of the Southwest”, 2007
  • Art Students League of New York, “Contemporary Metalpoint Drawing”, 2010
  • National Arts Club, “Contemporary Silverpoint Drawings”, 2013
  • ACA Galleries, “Continuum”, 2005
  • Tatistcheff & Co, 2000, 99
  • James Graham & Sons, “Topography and Imagination”, 1995
  • Tibor de Nagy Gallery, “Still Life”, 1987; “Manifestations of the Figure”, 1985
  • Salander-O’Reilly, Benefit Shows for the Art Students League, 2004, 03, 02

Ohio

  • Butler Institute of American Art, “Annual Midyear Show”, 1989, 84

Virginia

  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, “Harmony and Discord”, 1990
  • Maier Museum of Art, “Annual Exhibition”, 1990
  • Virginia Historical Society, “The Virginia Landscape”, 2000
  • Principle Gallery, Alexandria, “Streets”, 2012; “Still Life”, 2013
  • McLean Project for the Arts, “The Sentient Object”, 2001
  • Longwood College, “Painters’ Painters: Virginia Invitational”, 1995
  • Peninsula Fine Arts Center, “The Allegorical Table”, 1993

Maryland

  • Evergreen House, Johns Hopkins University, “Conversations”, 2003
  • Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, “Still Life”, 2012
  • Government House, “Works by Contemporary Maryland Artists”, 1999

Indiana

  • Evansville Museum of Art, “The Luster of Silver: Contemporary Metalpoint Drawings”, 2009
  • Evansville Museum of Art: “Figuratively Speaking”, 2011

Charlotte

  • Hidell Brooks Gallery, “Introductions 2009”

Pennsylvania

  • Gross McCleaf Gallery, “Still Life”, 2007
  • Lafayette College, “Neo Romantics”, 1989
  • Southern Alleghenies Museum, “The Face of the Land”, 1988

Wisconsin

  • Rahr-West Museum, “Still Life”, 1987

Los Angeles

  • Jan Baum Gallery, “Landscape/Elements”, 1986

Boston

  • Concord Art Association, “George Nick Selects”, 2004
  • Bank of Boston, “Plein Air”, 1986

Arkansas

  • Arkansas Arts Center, “Collectors’ Show 2000”

Kansas

  • Emporia State University, “National Invitational Drawing Exhibition”, 2000

Oklahoma

  • M A Doran Gallery, “National Realism Exhibition”, 2010

Wilmington

  • Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, “Conversations”, 2004

Hartford

  • Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, “Conversations”, 2004

Rochester

  • Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology, “Conversations”, 2004