Exhibitions

Following are exhibitions up through 1955. We are currently working on updating the list.

Group Shows

  • Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting 1948-50,
    Whitney Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art – 1952
  • Painting in the United States – 1948-49, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh
  • 22nd International Exhibition of Watercolors – 1943, Art Institute of Chicago
  • Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts – 1955, Prize Award
  • New York State Fair Painting Exhibition, 1950, 1st Prize
  • 62nd Annual Nebraska Art Association Exhibition – 1952, University of Nebraska
  • 55th Annual American Exhibition of Watercolors – 1944, Art Institute of Chicago
  • Contemporary American Painting – 1951, City Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
  • Tools and Techniques of Painting – 1953, Montclair Art Museum, NJ
  • 60th Annual American Exhibition of Painting – 1951, Art Institue of Chicago
  • Contemporary American Painting, 1950-53, University of Illinois
  • Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1951-55 (purchases), 1957 Honorable Mention
  • 6 Modern American Painters – 1952, Bertha Schaefer Gallery
  • Baltimore Museum of Fine Arts – 1949
  • Sweet Briar College – 1949, Sweetbriar, Virginia
  • 49th Annual, Denver Museum – 1943, Honorable Mention
  • Pennsylvaia Academy of Fine Arts, 1948949, Philadelphia
  • Virginia Biennial Exhibition of Painting – 1949, Richmond, VA
  • Stendahl Galleries – 1947, Los Angeles (purchase)
  • Institute of Arts- 1951, Minneapolis, MN
  • Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual Exhibitions, 1937-38, 1940-41, 1942-43, Carnegie Institute
  • San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts, 1939
  • Columbus Musuem of Fine Arts, 1940
  • Kleeman Galleries – 1944, New York
  • Associated American Artists, 1945, New York/li>
  • Salmagundi Club, 1945, New York
  • 67 gallery, 1945, New York

One-Man Exhibits

  • Mortimer Brandt gallery, 1945, New York
  • Durand-Ruel Galleries, 1947, New York
  • Bertha Schaefer Gallery, New York, 1950
  • Wells College, Aurora, NY
  • University of Colorado, 1955
  • Cornell Univesity

Work in Permanent Collections

  • Asheville Museum of Art, Asheville, NC
  • St. Paul Museum of Art
  • Henry Gallery, University of Washington
  • Allen Art Museum, Oberlin College
  • Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute
  • White Art Museum, Cornell University

Work Shown in Traveling Exhibitions

  • American Federation of Art’s “American Painters”, 1950
  • “Fact and Fancy”, Bertha Schaefer Gallery, 1950, 51 and 52.

Work is also in private collections.

Last update: July 3, 2016