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Education:

Parsons School of Design, New York
Graduate School of Fine Arts
Kansas City Art Institute
University of Colorado, Boulder
Department of Fine Arts
Boston College, B.S.

Solo Exhibits:

Pirate Gallery, Denver, 1989
Kraushaar Galleries, New York, 1988
Kyle Belding Gallery, Denver, 1988
Pirate Gallery, Denver, 1987
Kraushaar Galleries, 1985
Gallery of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, 1982
Colorado Graphic Arts Center, Denver, 1982

Group Exhibits:
Allene Lapides Gallery, Santa Fe, 1990
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, “Colorado: State of the Art”, 1989
1999 Broadway Gallery, Denver, “Caravaggio, An Invitational”,1989
National Museum of Women in the Arts, “Significant Colorado Women Artists”,
Washington, DC, 1988
Cummings Art Center, Connecticut College, New London, “3 Expressionists”, 1988
The Gallery of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs,
“Landscape: Changing Perspectives”, 1988
Kraushaar Galleries, New York, group show, 1987
Pirate Gallery, Denver, group show, 1987
Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, “COexist”, group show, 1987
Schwayder Gallery, University of Denver, Denver, Invitational Exhibition of
Small Paintings and Sculpture
Kyle Belding Gallery, Denver, “New Year, New Talent”, 1987
Beaumont Gallery, Loretta Heights College, Denver, “Artists Who Paint”, 1987
Boulder Center for the Visual Arts, Boulder, “Arts ’87”, 1987
Baltimore Museum, Baltimore, Maryland, group show, 1986
Montclair Junior League, New Jersey, group show, 1986
Union League Club, New York City, group show, 1986

Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, group show, 1986
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, Colorado, “Prisoners of Conscience:
Amnesty International’s 25th Anniversary Show”, 1986
The Power Plant Visual Arts Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, “New Works ’86, David Adams
Selects”, 1986
Pirate Gallery, Denver, group show, 1986
Boulder Center for the Visual Arts, Boulder, Colorado, “Colorado Showcase”, 1986
Kraushaar Galleries, New York, group show, 1986
Kraushaar Galleries, New York, 1985
The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, 1985
Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, “Self-Portraits of Various Kinds”, 1985
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, Colorado, “A Colorado Painting Show”,
1984
Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, “Collector’s Show”, 1984
McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas, “Collector’s Show”, 1984
Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, “Small Works Show”, 1984
Spark Gallery, Denver, juried show, 1984
Grant Street Art Center, Denver, three person show, 1984
Progresso Gallery, Denver, group show, 1984
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio, group show, 1983
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, “Collector’s Show”, 1983
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, group show, 1983
Colorado Graphic Arts Center, Denver, “Illusion, Delusion, Realty”, two person show, 1982
George Walter VIncent Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA, 63rd National Exhibition, 1982

Awards

Juror’s Award, “Arts ’87”, Boulder Center for the Visual Arts, Boulder, Colorado, 1987
Commission, City and County of Denver, Mural for Civic Center Festival, 1986
Commission, Amnesty International, 25th Anniversary , 1986
Helena Rubenstein Foundation Grant, 1978
Banff Centre for the Fine Arts, Study Fellowship, Banff, Alberta, Canada, 1977

Collections

City and County of Denver
Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
Stephans, Inc., Arkansas
Drexel, Burnham, Lambert, New York
Victor Weingarten, New York
David Adams, Colorado
Mrs.Robert Rubin, New York
Julian Utevsky, New York
Mrs Richard Gallen, New York
Dr and Mrs. Ralph Wells, Texas
Dr. Bruce Eisner, Massachusetts
L.D. Aricson, Florida
ARA Services, Pennsylvania
Skidmore College, Massachusetts,
Mr and Mrs Richard Rubenstein, Oregon
Dr and Mrs Robert Katz, Maryland
Mr Herschel Cravitz, Pennsylvania
Mrs Robert Rubin, New York
Ms. Marcia Bielfield, New York
Mr. Julian Utevsky, New York
Mr and Mrs Emiel Weiss, New Jersey
Mrs. James R. Palmer, Pennsylvania
Dr. Bruce Eisner, Massachusetts
Sanford Besser, Arkansas
Mrs. Richard Gallen, New York
Mr. John Grundon, California
Mr. Robert K. Mooney, Connecticut
L.D. Aricson, Florida
Skidmore College, New York
Susan and James Foster, Colorado
Eve Gruntfest, California

Bibliography

Nesbitt, Lois E. Review of one-woman show at Kraushaar Galleries, ARTnews, May, 1988.
Heath, Jennifer, “Artist Shone in Dark Mood,” Rocky Mountain News, October 18, 1987.
Rawlings, Irene, “ ‘COexist’ Chock Full of Symbols,” The Denver Post, October 16, 1987.
Clegg,Nancy, “Power Play,” Westword, October 22, 1986.
Fudge, Jane, “Show at Fort Collins Packs a Lot of Power”, The Denver Post, September 12,
1986.
Erbacher, Kathy, “Amnesty Art Slams Tyranny”, Denver, September, 1986
Dickenson, Carol, “Arvada Center: Prisoners of Conscience”, The Denver Post, September 5,
1986.
Heath, Jennifer, “Local Artists Adopt ‘Prisoners of Conscience’ “, The Boulder Daily Camera,
September 14, 1986.
Reed, Glenn, “Anxious Art”, The Boulder Daily Camera, February 16, 1986.
Clegg, Nancy, “Stress the Beasts and the Children”, Westword, February 26, 1986.
Lauria, T.H., “BCVA’s New Show: Art in the Mainstream”, Audience, February 20, 1986.
Clurman, Irene, “Touring New York’s Art Scene”, The Rocky Mountain News, March 29, 1985.
Price, Mas, “Grant Street’s ‘Alight in August’ Worth a Detour”, The Denver Post, August 24,
1984.
Clegg, Nancy, “Around the World”, Westword, August 24, 1984.
Clegg, Nancy, “Fresh Paint: A Colorado Painting Show, Arvada Center for the Arts and
Humanities”, Westword, April 11, 1984.
Clurman, Irene, “Exhibit Spotlights Stylistic Anarchy”, The Rocky Mountain News, March 30,
1984.

Catalogs

Colorado: State of the Art, Catalog for touring statewide show, 1989.
Karen Breunig, Kraushaar Galleries, catalog for solo show, February, 1988.
Significant Colorado Women Artists, The National Museum for Women in the Arts,
Washington, DC, September, 1988.
New Works ’86, The Power Plant Visual Arts Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1986.
Prisoners of Conscience, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada,
Colorado,1986.
Annual National Midyear Exhibition, The Butler Institute of American Art,
Youngstown, Ohio, 1985.