Bowl Show, Juried by Martha Grover, May 2019, Worcester Center for Crafts Worchester, MA.
High Contrast: Culture Confronts Chaos, Westchester Community College, Peekskill Extension Center – September 10 to November 28, 2018
Fluxional Clay: Ceramics at the Crossroads,,= March 24, 2018 through April 21. Peekskill Clay Studio, Curator and Exhibiting artist.
Give Us The Vote, October 10, 2017 – February 10, 2018, ARTSWESTCHESTER Gallery, White Plains, NY 10601
Peekskill Clay Studio Member Exhibit, June 2, 2018, Peekskill Clay Studio, Peekskill, NY
Peekskill Clay Studio Member Exhibit, June 2, 2017, Peekskill Clay Studio, Peekskill, NY
Peekskill Clay Studio Member Exhibit, June 2, 2016, Peekskill Clay Studio, Peekskill, NY
Peekskill Clay Studio Member Exhibit, June 2, 2015, Peekskill Clay Studio, Peekskill, NY
COLLABORATIVE CONCEPTS AT SAUNDERS FARM 2015, Hudson Valley Yōkai, OUTDOOR SCULPTURE, GARRISON NEW YORK, August – October, 2015
50 for 50: New Works showcases the latest work by winners of ArtsWestchester’s prestigious 50 for 50 Award. Featuring many of Westchester’s most recognized, most active, and most cutting-edge visual artists, it is an exhibition celebrating the diversity and vibrancy of the county’s creative community. Tuesday, May 19, 2015 – Saturday, June 20, 2015 ArtsWestchester, White Plains, NY
Brains, Boobs, & Backbones: Women Artists/Women’s Issues, part of Peekskill: The Power of Women Artists: 3months/3venues/3goals, Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill, NY, December 2014
“Artists in the Archives” (including the “Alternet,” “Book Marks,” and the “Call to Everyone”.) Exhibition is traveling to libraries and venues from 2013-2015. Venues include libraries in Shrub Oak, Elmsford, Chappaqua, Peekskill, Ithaca, Rochester, and NYC in New York, the public library in Teaneck, New
Jersey, and BookWorks in Asheville, North Carolina.
STEAM: STEM + ARTS, On view: Tuesday, May 20 – Saturday, August 16. Hours: Tues – Sat, 12 –
5pm, Curated by: Patricia Miranda, ARTSWESTCHESTER Gallery, White Plains, NY 10601
THE SKY IS FALLING! Curated by Alan Baer, October 19 – December 2, 2012,
BYRDCLIFFE Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY
The Wassaic Project 2012, Milk Train, An Augmented Reality and Signage Installation
Curt Belshe and Lise Prown 2012
Megadeck 2, Paramount Center for the Arts, February 2 – April 17, 2012, The Paramount Center for the
Arts, Peekskill, NY.
COLLABORATIVE CONCEPTS AT SAUNDERS FARM 2011, Fracktoids, An Augmented Reality
Project, Garrison, NY.
DÉCOLLAGE: TORN EXTERIORS—AUGMENTED REALITIES FOR THE SMARTPHONE
CURATED BY SARAH DRURY, TECHNICAL CONSULTANT: CHRIS MANZIONE
Ventana244 ART SPACE, Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211, APRIL 16-MAY 8, 2011
Hudson Valley Artists 2010: Contemporary Art and Praxis, June 26 – Nov. 14 2010, Samuel
Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, Artwork from Show purchased by the Museum 2010.
Signing, Solo Show
Curt Belshe and Lise Prown, Feb. 2, 2009 – March 6, 2009, Westchester Center for the Arts, Westchester
Megadeck 1, Group Show, Paramount Center for the Arts Peekskill, NY, February 2010
COLLABORATIVE CONCEPTS AT SAUNDERS FARM 2008, Field Signs (A New Farmer’s
COLLABORATIVE CONCEPTS AT SAUNDERS FARM 2007, SWARM, Concerning the locust,
OUTDOOR SCULPTURE, GARRISON NEW YORK
SICA, 2007 Sculptoure, Outdoor Sculpture Show, Long Branch, NJ, Post Aquarian Watermarks, 2007,
Site Specific Installation with Curt Belshe.
Peekskill Project 2006, a project of the Hudson Valley Museum for Contemporary Art, A Flock of
Crows, A public sign installation with Curt Belshe, Sept 15 – Oct 7, 2005. This project is supported in part
with funds from the Strategic Opportunity Stipends Program through New York Foundation For the Arts
and New York State Council on the Arts, administered in Mid Hudson by Garrison Art Center.
Peekskill Project 2005, a project of the Hudson Valley Museum for Contemporary Art, What’s in A
Name? A public sign installation, Sept. 18 – Oct 18, 2005.
Fabrications, Sponsored by the Peekskill Arts Council, Outdoor Sculpture Installation of Street Banners
with Curt Belshe, Oct. 2000-Jan. 2001.
The Death Penalty Show, Polis Gallery, Peekskill, NY, July 1998
Face to Face, Peekskill 5+10 Exhibition Space, Peekskill, NY, June 1998
Fort Hill Exhibit, Polis Gallery, Peekskill, NY, May 1998
New Directions ‘95, Barrett House Galleries, Juried Show, Poughkeepsie, NY, Sept 1995
Mirror, Mirror, Group Show, Paramount Theater Gallery, Peekskill, NY, Sept-Oct. 1995
Biography Memorials Outdoor sculpture exhibition with Curt Belshe, Woodlawn Cemetery
Sculpture project with the Bronx Council for the Arts, Bronx New York, April 1995
REPOhistory-Artists Collaborative-Active member 1991-to 1995. This group of artists has been active
in making work the repossesses untold histories to make art works. This group act both as a curatorial
group and exhibition developer and producer working in the outside commercial arts venues.
Artists Space-REPOhistory Choice Histories: Framing Abortion a REPOhistory installation project July 1992
Lower Manhattan Street Sign Project-REPOhistory Public Art project for Lower Manhattan, June
Artists/Homeless Collaborative, Ceramic Tile Installation created with the Residents of the Park
Ave. Women’s Shelter, a collaborative project with Curt Belshe, Sept-Nov 1991
The Waterfront Show, Minor Injury Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Collaborative Installation with Curt
Belshe, April 1991
Longwood Gallery, P.S. 39, Bronx Council for The Arts, Bronx, NY, Installation with Curt Belshe,
The Intimate Museum, Arsenal Gallery, Unnatural Causes, Group Show in conjunction with Earth
Day, April 1990, New York, NY.
The Airport Project, Kennedy Airport, Site Specific Installation, sponsored by O.I.A. Collaborative
Installation with Curt Belshe, March-Apr. 1990
Political Landscapes, Long Island University, Hilllwood Art Gallery, Brookville, NY, Collaborative
Installation with Curt Belshe, March-Apr. 1990.
Intl. Biennial of Paper Art, Leopold-Hoesch-Museum Der Stadt Düren, Düren, West Germany, May-
Growth and Decline, Terminal Gallery, Three Artists, Brooklyn, NY May 1989
terra firma?, Boston University Art Gallery, Collaborative Installation with Curt Belshe, January 1989
The Portrait Retold, P.S. 122 Gallery, Group Show, Collaborative Installation
with Curt Belshe, NY, May 1988
Gossip, Fate and Policy, Rotunda Gallery, Collaborative Installation with Curt Belshe, Brooklyn, NY,
Rooms with a View, Curated by Fred Wilson, Longwood Gallery, P.S. 39, Bronx Council for The Arts,
Dec. 1987 participating artist and exhibition designer.
O.I.A. 1Oth Anniversary Outdoor Sculpture Show. Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Collaborative
Installation with Curt Belshe, Staten Island, NY, May 1987
Ethnocentric Histories of Art, Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY, March 1987
Counter-Representations, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, September 1985
Sculptor’s Drawings, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, March 1984
Artists & Computers An Overview: 15 years of Digital Art Exhibitions from Westchester Community
College by Lise Prown, May 2, 2010, ArtPlace Gallery, Fairfield, CT
Westchester Gallery, Westchester Community College, Peekskill Extension Center
This gallery is dedicated to showing to digital artwork in all its many forms. 1994-to present.
Literacy on The Table a three-part exhibition at:
Longwood Gallery, P.S. 39, Bronx Council for the Arts;
Franklin Furnace, NYC;
Hallwalls, Buffalo; Collaborative Installation with Curt Belshe, Bronx, NY, 1989
Artists Space, “Fairy Tales: Politics, Desire and Everyday Life”, Co-curator and Collaborative Installation
with Curt Belshe, New York, NY, November 1986
The New York Times, “Signs of Olden Times bring History to the Streets”, Mervyn Rothstein, June 25, 1992
The New York Times, “At Longwood Gallery, 2O Artists Traverse Culture and Literacy”, Vivien Raynor, June
Boston Globe, “BU Exhibit Succeeds at Making Art of Trash”, Christine Temin, January 17, 1989.
Art New England, “Review of terra firma?”, Cornelia Wright, February 1989.
Artforum, “Rooms With A View”, Jean Fisher, January 1988.
The New York Times, “A Living Version of Heresies Magazine”, William Zimmer, November 18, 1987.
The New York Times, “Sculpture Carefully Considered for a Site”, William Zimmer, June 28, 1987.
Yale University, School of Art, New Haven, CT, M.F.A. 1982
Whitney Independent Study Program, New York, NY 1979-8O
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN B.F.A. 1979
Washington University, St. Louis, MO 1975-77