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Group Exhibitions

  • 2020 POLITICAL DISCORD Exhibition, Las Laguna Gallery, Laguna Beach California. “Life is Just As Certain”.
  • 2020 The Fletcher Exhibition, Social & Politically Engaged Art. The Reece Museum, Johnson City, TN. Juror: Carlton Wilkinson. Two paintings: “The Transmigrations of Souls” (Winner of the Robert J. Alfonso Merit award for Excellence) and “I Run For Arbery”.
  • 2020. 35 x 35 (cm) Project, “Hubris” Mixed media with collage on canvas. Permanent collection. Copelouzos Family Art Museum,  Athens, Greece.
  • 2020 Human Rights Biennial.  The College Of The Sequoias, Visalia, California.  Juror: Richard Lubben. “Child Interrupted” Acrylic and pastel with collage on canvas, 22” x 30”.
  • 2019 The Fletcher Exhibition, social & politically engaged art. Juror: Sue Coe. Three paintings: “Tiny Dancer”, Surveillance” and “Ghosts At The Border”.  Winner of Merit award for Excellence.
  • 2019 Lord and Andra Gallery, New Rochelle, New York. “Vitarka”, acrylic with collage on canvas, 36″ X 36″.
  • 2019 N.A.W.A Annual Members’ Exhibition.”Sea Of Sunset” acrylic and metal gold leaf on canvas, 26″ X 20″. 2018.  One Art Space, TriBeCa, New York City.
  • 2018 The Fletcher Exhibition, social & politically engaged art, the Reece Museum, TN.”Exodus”, 2017,mixed media on canvas.
  • 2018 Human Rights BIENNIAL. La Crises Migratoire, Acrylic on wood panel, 32” X 36” and Charleston, Acrylic on wood panel, 24” X 30” Curator: Richard Lubben. Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon.
  • 2017 N.A.W.A Annual Members’ Exhibition.”Re-imagining the Four Freedoms: Freedom from Fear, Watercolor on paper, 12″ X 16″, a Human Rights Commentary. Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery. New York City.
  • 2016 The Fletcher Exhibition, social & politically engaged art, Juror: Dr. Eric Avery, the Reece Museum, TN.”Charleston”, 2015, acrylic on wood panel.
  • 2016 National Association of Woman Artists “In-VISIBLE”. Juror: John Carson, Head of School of Art, Carnegie Mellon University. Lawrence Gallery, Point Park University. “Companion of The Fire” 2015, acrylic on wood panel, 18″ X 18″.
  • 2016 “Positive/Negative”. Juror: Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA. Slocumb Galleries, ETSU. “Charleston” 2015, acrylic on wood panel, 24″ X 30″.
  • 2016 17th Annual WAH Salon Membership Show, Brooklyn, NY. Juror: Yuko Nil. “Plat du Jour: Dear Leader Special” 2014, watercolor on paper, 22″ X 30″.
  • 2016 “Inhabitants: Creatures of Imagined Worlds” Watercolor, “A Bestiary: A is for Anagoth”, 16” X 14”. Slocumb Galleries, East Tennesee State University, Johnson City TN
  • 2015 35X35 (cm) Project, “Temple of the Unknown” Mixed media with collage on canvas.
  • 2015. Permanent collection. Copelouzos Family Art Museum, Greece
  • 2015 Annual Members’ Exhibition.”Plat du Jour: Dear Leader Special”, 22”X30”, Watercolor, a Human Rights Commentary. Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery. New York City.
  • 2015 10th Annual Human Rights Exhibition,”In The Test Kitchen,” acrylic on wood panel. Curator Richard Ludden, The Cooper Center For Communication Arts at South Texas College, McAllen, Texas.
  • 2014 The Fletcher Exhibition, social & politically engaged art, Juror Elliott Earls, the Reece Museum, TN. Mixed media works on paper.
  • 2014 WOMEN in the ARTS, Fourth Edition, “Black-nosed Buddha”, mixed media on unprimed canvas. St. Stephens Cultural Center Foundation, Rome, Italy.
  • 2014 SLOW Art, “Incense Burner”, mixed media on canvas. Curator Elizabeth Genovesi. ARTROM Gallery, Rome, Italy.
  • 2014 9th Annual Human Rights Exhibition,”We Are All Trayvon” mixed media on paper. Curator Richard Ludden, The Cooper Center For Communication Arts at South Texas College, McAllen, Texas.
  • 2013 8th Annual Human Rights Exhibition, mixed media on paper, curator Richard Ludden, Cooper Center For Communication Arts at South Texas College, Brownsville, Texas.
  • 2013 8th Annual Human Rights Exhibition, mixed media on paper, curator Richard Ludden,Galeria 409, Brownsville, Texas.2012, 12″X12″ acrylic on canvas
  • 2012 Masters Pelavin, 12″X12″ acrylic on canvas
  • 2012 “Koan, Intuitive Considerations”, Artist Presentation Space, Rome, Italy. Four mixed media paintings, 60″ X 30″, including artist talk.
  • 2011 The National Associations of Women Artists new members exhibition. The N.A.W.A. Gallery, NYC.
  • 2010 “Taking the High Road”, acrylic on canvas, 12″ X 12″. Cheryl Pelavin Gallery, New York City.
  • 2010 Pearson Art Gallery, White Plains New York. Watercolors.
  • 2009 Asian Inspiration. ArtRom Gallery, Rome, Italy. Three abstract, symbolic paintings.
  • 2009 “Art in A Box” Cheryl Pelavin Gallery, New York City. Acrylic painting.
  • 2008 “Art in A Box” Two Watercolors. Cheryl Pelavin Gallery, New York City.
  • 2007 “Color and Light” Four limited edition prints. Ryan Chelsea-Clinton Center. New York City. Curator: Frank J. Boros
  • 2006 7th International Juried Exhibition. First Frontier Collage Society
  • 2005 2nd International Collage Exhibition Vilnius. Organizer: Circle “Bokartas”. Curator: Kestutis Vasiliunas. Gallery “Kaire Desine”, Vilnius, Lithuania. Two collages.
  • 2003 “The Art of the Plate” Museum of Arts & Design, New York City. Corporate Sponsor: Dixie/Georgia-Pacific
  • 2003 White House Easter Egg Artist Exhibition. The White House, Washington, DC. Organized by The American Egg Board.
  • 2002 “My Copilot” part of “DOGNY” public art commission created by the American Kennel Club. Painted sculpture. Corporate sponsor: Insignia. Auctioned at Sotheby’s.
  • 2000 “Even Cowgirls Get the Blues” Sculpture featured on CNN. Part of a public art exhibition: CowParade New York City. Site: Columbus Circle. CowParade Holding Corporation. Corporate Sponsor: Jane Forbes Clark
  • 1997 Group “Book” Project. Swiss Institute, New York City
  • 1995 “Time Capsule”. Group exhibition. Curator: Robin Kahn. Paula Cooper Gallery. New York City.
  • 1993 “A Grand Tour” Group exhibition. Guest Curator: Ingrid Schaffner. Funded in part, by Pro Helvetica, the Arts Council of Switzerland. Swiss Institute, New York City.
  • 1991 “Choice”. Group exhibition. Sponsored by the Women’s Caucus of the Arts, A.I.R Gallery, New York City.
  • 1991 “The Poems of Stanley Kunitz” Collaborative calligraphy, June Kelly Gallery, New York City.
  • 1989 “The Goddess: Art Exhibition” Juried group show. New York Open Center, New York City.
  • 1989 “American Herstory”. Traveling juried group exhibition. Curator: Dr. Eleanor Tufts. Mary Vinson Memorial Library, Milledgeville, Georgia.
  • 1989 “American Herstory”. Traveling juried group exhibition. Curator: Dr. Eleanor Tufts. Metropolitan Dade Community College, Miami Florida.
  • 1988 “American Herstory: Women and the Constitution”. Curator: Dr. Eleanor Tufts. The Atlanta College of Art, Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta Georgia.
  • 1986 “The Lady in the Harbor”. Group exhibition, celebrating the 100 year-old birthday of the Statue of Liberty. Curator: Renee Phillips. Sponsored by Manhattan Arts, New York City.
  • 1985 “Shelter 85” National Juried Exhibition. Curator: Harry Rand, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC.
  • 1984 International Art Competition for the 1984 Olympics. Certificate of Excellence in Watercolor. Juror: Dr. William G. Otton, Director Laguna Beach Museum of Art. Brand Library Art Galleries, Los Angeles, California.
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Solo Exhibitions

  • 2005 Recent paintings. Park Avenue Armory, New York City. Sponsored by House & Garden Magazine.
  • 2002 “Symbols of Transformations” LaGuardia College/CUNY, New York City.
  • 2001 Paintings. Bikram Yoga New York City. Director: Jennifer Lobo
  • 2000 “A Night in Africa”. Ronald MacDonald House, New York City. Installation of painted sculptural masks, animals, design motifs. Client: ING Asset Management.
  • 1998 Paintings and drawings. Yoga Connection Tribeca Gallery, New York City. Director: Marilyn Barnett.
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Collections

  • Capelouzos Family Art Museum, Athens, Greece.
  • Bikram Yoga Studios, New York City
  • ESG/Insignia, New York City
  • Defense Department, Washington, DC
  • GHI Health Insurance, New York City
  • Jane Forbes Clark, Cooperstown, New York
  • Jack Lichtenstein & Associates, New York City
  • Phillip Morris
  • New Moves Dance Company, New York City
  • Cruise Norway, New York City
  • Pfizer Inc., New York City
  • Soho Health Arts, New York City
  • Telford Veterinary Hospital, Telford, PA
  • The White House, Washington DC
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Publications

  • 2019 Book: “We Talked With Each Other About Each Other”, published by The Alexandria Quarterly. Artists’ visual interpretations of Emily Dickinson Poems. Three paintings by Denise Shaw included.
  • 2019 The Fletcher Exhibition Catalogue, social & politically engaged art, the Reece Museum, TN. Juror: Sue Coe. Three 2019 paintings on exhibit: ”Tiny Dancer”,  “Surveillance”,  “Ghosts At The Border”. Winner of Merit award for Excellence.
  • 2019 N.A.W.A membership catalog featuring “Sea Of Sunset”.
  • 2018 The Fletcher Exhibition Catalogue, social & politically engaged art. “Exodus” 2018, mixed media on paper.
  • 2016 The Fletcher Exhibition Catalogue, social & politically engaged art, Juror: Dr. Eric Avery, the Reece Museum, TN.”Charleston”, 2015, acrylic on wood panel.
  • 2014 The Fletcher Exhibition Catalogue, social & politically engaged art. “We Are All Trayvon”, 2013, mixed media on paper.
  • 2017 N.A.W.A membership catalog featuring “Re-imagining the 4 Freedoms: Freedom From Fear”.  Watercolor
  • 2017 The First Berliner Art book.  6 Human Rights paintings and works on paper profiled. Published by Art Management Berlin,  Berlin, Germany.
  • 2016 35X35 Art Project Capelouzos Family Art Museum book
  • 2015 N.A.W.A membership catalog featuring “The Sum Of My Parts”.
  • 2014 The Monitor “Surface Treatment: Art Against Injustice” Nancy Moyer, Professor Emerita UTPA.
  • 2014 Exhibit review: El Manãna, Reynosa, Mexico.
  • 2013 Art in America, N.A.W.A. Women of Vision. Listing.
    2013 Catalogue 8th Annual Human Rights Art Exhibit
  • Arts and Culture/i-Italy, IADP, Italian American Digital Project. “From Soho Lofts to a Lounge in Rome” by Francesca Di Folco, June 21, 2012. Artist Profile and interview.
  • The Necklace of Songs: India Through A Westerner’s Eye, 2012, Limited edition artist’s book, signed and numbered by the artist. Hardcover, 62 pages, full color
  • Studio Visit, Winter 2009, published by Open Press Studios
  • 7th International Juried Exhibition. 2006 First Frontier Collage Society Catalogue
  • CE5. Published by Artist’s Books Triennials, UAB “Daigai” 2005
  • Herald Tribune, April 2005. Article: “Advocating for Artists”
  • Citysearch, January 2003
  • MEMO, October 2003, life-style magazine published in Japan, artist profile
  • American Artist, October 2003, featured article
  • Cruise Industry News, Winter 2002/03. Artist Profile
  • DOGNY America’s Tribute to Search and Rescue Dogs. Hardcover, full color, 144pp. Published by TFH Publications 2003
  • Bark Magazine, Fall 2002, featured article on painted sculpture/DOGNY
  • CowParade New York, published by Workman Publishing 2001
  • Time Capsule, published by Creative Time 1996