BRIEF CURRICULUM VITAE

Born: 1930, Lower Merion, Pennsylvania
Married: Edith Cohn, 1961
Children: Jeremy, born 1963; Naomi, born 1964
Education: Virginia Military Institute, 1948—1950
  Yale University, BFA 1954, MFA 1961
Teaching: University of Bridgeport (Art History), 1959
  Yale University (Teaching Assistant), 1960
  Maryland Institute, 1961—1968
  Yale Summer School of Music and Art at Norfolk, 1970
Artist-in-Residence: University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, 1982
  Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1983
  Pasadena City College, CA, 1999
  Weber State University, Ogden, UT, 2004
Visiting Artist: Dartmouth College, 1971
  Yale University 1972, 1979, lecture series on contemporary printmaking, 1988
  Columbia University, 1980
  Middlebury College, 1981
  Melbourne and Sydney, Australia: lectures under a grant from the Australia Council to the Arts, l982
  Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA, 1984
  University of Florida, Gainesville, 1985
  State University of New York at Purchase, 1985
  Rhode Island School of Design, 1985
  Two River Printmaking Studio, 2001
  Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC, 2004
  Winthrop University, Black Rock, SC, 2004
Awards: Yale-Norfolk Residency, 1953
  Yale Traveling Fellowship, 1954
  Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant, 1963
  1st prize, Festival de Artes Graficas, Cali, Colombia, 1969
  Grand Prize, 2nd Festival of Art, Seoul, Korea, 1972
  Residency, Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio, Italy, 1990
  Medal of Honor, Interprint '90, Lvov, Ukraine, 1990
  Awards Exequo of the Triennial, International Triennial of Graphic Arts, Cracow, Poland, 1991
  Triennial Special Prize, International Print Triennial, Cracow, Poland, 1997
  Honorable Gold Diploma, 9th International Print Biennial, Varna Bulgaria, 1997
  Commendatory Award, 3rd International Miniprint Triennial, Lahti Finland, 1998
  Gold Medal, International Print Triennial, Friedrikstad, Norway, 1999
  The Honorable Mention, International Print Triennial, Cracow, Poland, 2003
  Special Jury Award, 13th International Print Biennial, Varna, Bulgaria, 2005
Selected Public Collections: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
  High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
  Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
  Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA
  Library of Congress, Washington, DC
  Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
  Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
  Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
  Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
  Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH
  Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
  Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI
  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
  Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN
  Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
  Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
  Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
  National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  National Gallery of American Art, Washington, DC
  National Collection of Fine Art, Washington, DC
  Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
  Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
  Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
  Museo de Arte Moderno "La Tertulia", Cali, Colombia
  Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogotá, Colombia
  British Museum, London, England
  Tate Gallery, London, England
  Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France

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    CHRONOLOGY

1930 Born Lower Merion, PA, April 2.
1938 Family move to Pittsfield, MA.
1944-48 Darrow School, New Lebanon, NY.
1948-50 Virginia Military Institute. First year: Civil Engineering; second year: Humanities.
1950-54 Yale University, School of Art & Architecture, under Josef Albers. Yale Summer School at Norfolk, 1953 BFA 1954.
1954-55 Yale University Traveling Fellowship Grant. Year of informal travel in Europe, mainly Italy and France. Meet Nadia Boulanger in Fountainbleu and study music in Paris. Painting derivations of Cezanne.
1956-57 Residence in New Haven. Still painting derivations of Cezanne. Subsisting by lettering store sale signs and selling Good Humor ice cream.
1958 Patience with dead-beat life and derived painting waning. Become Assistant Registrar at Yale Art Gallery and shift to sculpture, now derivative of Henry Moore and Jacques Lipschitz.
1959 Apprenticing as art teacher at Hamden Hall, grades 2-7, and as art history lecturer at University of Bridgeport. Back to painting, now non-objective, derivative of Stuart Davis.
1960 Return to Yale University. Assistant teacher in Drawing. Painting now trying to be "action," muscular and generally macho. Prints begin to attract me as the macho world of painting and the New York art scene frustrates and dismays me. Print world seems more of an undiscovered island. The first lift-ground print is of a single tree.
1961 Yale MFA. Marry Edith Cohn, June, in New Haven.
1961-68 Instructor in Basic Design and Drawing, Maryland Institute, Baltimore.
1962 Tested for red and green color blindness at Johns Hopkins University. I am totally taken aback at degree of deficiency. Black-and-white prints from now on!
1963 First one-man show of graphics, Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA. Birth of son, Jeremy, December.
1964 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant in Graphics. Enter first all-print exhibition, Boston Printmakers' 16th Annual Exhibition with PANORAMA 1. Birth of daughter, Naomi, December.
1964-69 Compulsively enter every graphics exhibition possible. Jeremy, Naomi, & Baltimore architectural motifs become main subject. Astonished to win 16 awards in 1966 with STREET SCENE and GARDEN. Greed for prizes flourishes briefly, then begins to wane. Enthusiasm for exhibiting in general begins to fade.
1969 Move to rural Francestown, New Hampshire, having given up teaching for a year. Converted barn hayloft becomes studio and escape is complete. JOLLY CORNER SUITE and experimenting with uv sensitive resists begun. Receive first prize, IX Festival de Artes Graficas, Cali, Colombia, invited as juror to X Festival, and given first one-man show outside of United States.
1970 Accept last formal teaching post, as instructor of graphics, Yale Summer School of Music and Art at Norfolk. Start working with Robert Townsend, the intaglio printer of my editions ever since. I continue to do all my own proofing.
1971 Visiting Artist, Dartmouth College. JOLLY CORNER SUITE published by Aquarius Press, Baltimore.
1972 Grand Prize, International Biennial of Prints in Seoul, Korea. One-man exhibition, Corcoran Gallery of Art. Visiting Artist, Yale University.
1973 Beginning to find exhibiting as distracting as was teaching. Wonder if I am becoming a complete eccentric. The irony of non-exhibiting artist not entirely lost on me.
1975 First one-man show in Europe, Galerie Georges Bernier, Paris.
1977 Impressions Workshop, Boston, publishes first catalog raisonné:Peter Milton: Complete Etchings 1960-1976.
1977-81 Two concurrent exhibitions organized by International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington, DC. Travel to over forty cities.
1979 Visiting Artist, Yale University.
1980 After eighteen years of concentrated printmaking, decide to undertake discreet midlife crisis by leaving prints.  Start two-year Stolen Moments graphite on drafting film drawing project.  The Jolly Corner Suite published in book form, Terra Nova Editions, London.  Publication Exhibition, Francis Kyle Gallery, London.  Visiting Artist, Columbia University.
1981 Visiting Artist, Middlebury College, VT.
1982 Under grant from Australian Council for the Arts, conduct printmaking workshop in Hobart, Tasmania.  Lectures in Melbourne and Sydney.
1983 Drawing splurge has run its course.  Discourse with the idea of the specialized printmaker still gnaws.  Concern about color blindness thrown to the winds -- start eight-foot canvas on Les Belles et la Bête theme.  Artist-in-Residence, Dartmouth College.
1984 Realization dawns that one painting a year doth not a prolific career make: painting The Rehearsal has taken a year.  Sail back to port and printmaking.  Interiors series begins with Family Reunion.
1985 Visiting Artist, University of Florida, Gainsville; State University of New York at Purchase; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence.
1988 Lecturer in series on contemporary printmaking, Yale University.
1989 Interiors series nearing end with six images completed.  My thoughts turn toward a new James project, The Aspern Papers.  After the measured pace of Interiors, I feel the need for a profusion of images and return to drawings.
1990 Six weeks residence at Rockefeller Center, Bellagio, Italy.  A Dream period, Lake Como is the perfect for setting the mood for The Aspern Papers'  Italian ambience.  Visit Venice and find the disintegrating palazzo which is James's setting for the story.
1991 The Aspern Papers interrupted to complete INTERIORS series with its seventh image, The Train from Munich.
1993 The Aspern Papers is published, David R. Godine, Boston.  Original eight-image project is now eighteen drawings and one print.  Publication exhibition of the drawings, Mary Ryan Gallery, NY.
1994 Drawing show travels to Louis Newman Galleries, Los Angeles, Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, and the More Gallery, Philadelphia.  The Primacy of Touch, a catalogue raisonné of drawings published by Hudson Hills Press, NY.  Begin the "Millennium Series" with Points of Departure I: Mary's Turn, and Points of Departure II: Nijinsky Variations.
1996 Nijinsky Variations finished, after what seems like a millennium itself.  Peter Milton: Complete Prints 1960-1996 published by Chronicle Books, San Francisco.  Two weeks in Venice.  Tintoretto and Tiepolo. I ponder Renaissance ideal of universal appeal in art has gone from highest priority to lowest.  Duchamp rules.
1997 We move to Santa Monica for winters and grandson.  Francestown remains primary residence -- I can never leave the gardens: my little Giverney sans water lilies. Retrospective  exhibitions at Currier Museum, Susquehanna Art Museum, Austrian Embassy in Washington.
1998 My printer, Robert Townsend, encourages me towards color prints, but my red/green problem haunts the project. Frustration trumps wishful thinking and I flee. Reassured by retrospective at the De Young Museum, in San Francisco. Finish Twentieth Century Limited. An image for catastrophists.
1999 Pavane completes Points of Departure series.  Artist-in-Residence, Pasadena City College.  Talks at the Getty for the Degas photographic exhibition. Suppress the urge to be as annoying to Degas as Degas was to everyone else.
2000 Always the pessimist, am amazed to have made it into a new century.  Curious to see how it will view all those cutting edges of a now retro century.
2001 Finish Visions and Revisions. Very Belle Epoque, starting with J.S. Sargent but switching to Marcel Proust at encouragement of Francis Kyle, my London dealer to show in the National Theatre Exhibition for Harold Pinter’s play of Proust’s novel.
2002 Named to advisory committee by Bureau of Printing and Engraving for ongoing redesign of U.S. currency. Startled and delighted by the new twist on concept of making money.
2003 Alarmed that people are beginning to ask if I’m retired. ??? I respond that artists never retire.
2004 Slide talk at centennial symposium for James Joyce Bloomsday celebration in Dublin. Finish Embarkation for Cythera, which was started in 2000 and discarded repeatedly. My main talent appears to be insane persistence.
2006 Finish the second state of The Ministry. Finish Hidden Cities III: Continuum, an elaboration of the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuel in Milan. Finish an extensive revision of Visions and Revisions, renamed In Search of Lost Time. Has been an unnerving year of deadlines around the London show at Francis Kyle Gallery, the Krakow Triennial, Krakow, Poland and the 14th Seoul Space International Print Biennial, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
2007 Always the frustrated myopic and still searching for acuity denied, I take a desperate dive head first into the microcosm of the pixel. At first, in the free fall of a computer illiterate, I start a hair raising digital learning curve which gradually levels out into the sweet trajectory of a new series. Acuity regained.
2008 Finished Sight Lines 1: Tracking Shot, my first digital image. Printed in both digital and intaglio versions with a third on transparent film to be displayed in a LED lightbox. Retrospective at the Old Print Shop. Participated in Icon-Data8.
2009 Finished Dress Rehearsal, started as Sight Lines II, but reconfigured to stand alone. Digital print in two sizes. Gravure/intaglio version problematical and abandoned. Sight Lines II is started, focusing on the 1920's Parisian street photography of Eugene Atget. Reviewed both in a new acquisitions show at Stanford University Cantor Art Center and a collector's exhibition at the Currier Museum of Art. Print biennial in Guanlan, China, triennial in Krakow, Poland. Monograph included in 60 Years of American Prints, by David Acton, published by Boston Printmakers. Pop to Present, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, Stanford, CA, March 18 through August 16. Talk: Portsmouth Art Center, Portsmouth, NH.
2010 Tentative plans for a retrospective exhibition at Norman Rae Gallery/University of York, York, UK, organized by Francis Kyle Gallery, London, UK. Evolution of a Shared Vision: The David and Barbara Stahl Collection, Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH, September 26, 2009 through January 3. Sharon Arts Center, An Artists' Circle, Peterborough, NH. Panel: An Artists' Circle, Sharon Art Center. Peterborough NH.
2011 This Twittering World A celebration by twenty contemporary artists of TS Eliots’s Four Quartets, Francis Kyle Gallery, London, UK, June 15 through July 21. Boston Printmakers Annual Show. Talk: Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington DC.
2012 Krakow Triennial, Krakow, Poland. Lecture by James Heffernan, "Peter Milton's Turn" UNH Museum of Art, Durham, NH . Talk: UNH Museum of Art, Durham, NH. National Academy Museum Annual Members Show, New York, NY.
2013 Jumping for Joyce: Contemporary painters revel in the world of James Joyce, Francis Kyle Gallery, London, UK, July 3 through September 25. 61 Contemporary Printmakers, Old Print Shop, New York, NY October 19 - November 23. Visualizing Time:  A curated show of 35 prints from the museum collection. National Academy Museum, New York, NY. Guanlan International Print Biennial, Guanlan, China.
2014 Talk: Mc Gowan Fine Arts, Concord, NH. Round-table conference call session with Amherst College students, Mead Museum, Amherst, MA. Jolly Corner III:7 chosen for Black Hours, the Walkman's Hamilton Leithauser's new solo CD.

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    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Catalogues Raisonnees:

  Peter Milton: Complete Prints 1960-1996, introduction by Robert Flynn Johnson, text by Peter Milton.  San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1996.
  Peter Milton: Complete Etchings 1960—1976, edited by Kneeland McNulty. Boston: Impressions Workshop, 1977.
  The Primacy of Touch: The Drawings of Peter Milton, Introduction by Rosellen Brown, text by Peter Milton. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1993.

Livres d‘Artistes:

  The Jolly Corner, by Henry James. Baltimore: Aquarius Press, 1971.
  The Aspern Papers, by Henry James. Boston: David R. Godine, 1993.

Exhibition Catalogues:

  Illustrated catalogue published for the circulating exhibition organized by the International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington, DC, 1977—1981, edited by Kneeland McNulty.
  Peter Milton: Drawing Towards Etching. Brooklyn Museum, edited by Gene Baro, 1980.
  Peter Milton: Prints and Drawings. Exhibition organized by the Hood Museum and Thorne-Sagendorph Gallery, edited by Malcolm Cochran, 1982.
  Peter Milton: Prints and Drawings (exhibition organized by the Szoke Gallery, New York, NY), Introduction by Theodore F. G. Wolff, 1984.

Articles:

  Baro, Gene. “Peter Milton.” Drawing: The International Review (July 1980).
  Case, W. D. “Jolly Corner...” in Arts Magazine (September 1972).
  Craig, Jr., William. “A Pleasure of Illusions: The Art and Politics of Peter Milton.” Spectator (February 1991).
  Dinnage, Rosemary. “The Texture of Time and Space.” Times Literary Supplement (8 February 1980).
  Ewins, Rod. “Workshop with Peter Milton.” Imprint [Publication of Print Council of Australia] (June 1982).
  Finkel, Jori. “Peter Milton: Selected Prints, 1960-1997. De Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco.” On Paper (May-June 1998).
  Finkelstein, Irving L. “Julia Passing: The World of Peter Milton.” Artist’s Proof Annual of Prints and Printmaking (1971).
  Finkelstein, Irving L., “Peter Milton Revisited: A Decade of “Interior” Print. Extensive analysis, 30 pp., Not Published.
  Frankenstein, Alfred. “A Remarkable Series of Milton Prints.” San Francisco Chronicle (20 May 1978).
  Goldman, Judith. “Exploring the Possibilities of the Print Medium.” Art News (September 1973).
  Halasz, Pin. “The Metaphysical Games of Peter Milton.” Art News (1974).
  Hamm, Christine. “Keep Looking – There’s More.” The Concord Monitor (April 17, 1997).
  Hays, Kim. “Etched in Memory.” Boston Phoenix (20 January 1981).
  Heffernan, James A.W., "Peter Milton's Turn: An American Printmaker Marks the End of the Millennium." Word & Image Vol. 16, No. 1 (April-June 2000): 177-96. [Note: While considering some of Peter Milton's earlier work, particularly "Daylilies," this article chiefly examines the four prints of his POINTS OF DEPARTURE series.]
  Kelley, Gail. “Closer Look.” Boston Sunday Globe. (May 4, 1997).
  Kessler, Pamela. “Peter Milton’s Paradise Engraved” Washington Post (9 October 1987).
  Landi, Ann. “Black and White and Layered All Over,” Art News (May 1997).
  Linnane, Fergus. “Train Keeps a Date with Destiny.” European Elan (1-3 November 1991).
  Louch, Roberta. “Peter Milton in Conversation.” Visual Dialog (Summer 1979).
  Melville, Robert. “Gallery: The Feeling of Actuality.” Architectural Review [Westminster, England] (August 1971).
  Parrill, William. “Peter Milton, Henry James and ‘The Jolly Corner.”’ Innis­free (1977). (Reprinted in New Boston Review, 1977).
  Pepich, Bruce “Peter Milton.” Art Gallery International (May—June 1989).
  Richards, Paul. “Milton, the Magician...” Washington Post (3 April 1982).
  Raymond, Carol. “An Interview with Peter Milton.” Images (Winter 95/96).
  Ross, John, and Clare Romano. “Peter Milton’s Procedure.” in The Complete Printmaker (1972).
  Shapiro, Harriet. “All Realism Is Visionary” Intellectual Digest (Nov. 1972).
  Simmons, Rosemary. “Graphics: Peter Milton.” Arts Review [London] (15 February 1980).
  Tarshis, Jerome. “The Dynamics of Recollection.” Christian Science Monitor (15 January 1979).
  Wolff, Theodore. “Milton’s Mysterious World of Etching.” Christian Science Monitor (31 March 1980).
  “The Many Masks of Modern Art,” Christian Science Monitor (2 March 1982).
  “What Links Dürer and Milton.” In The Many Masks of Modern Art. Boston: Christian Science Publishing Society, 1989.

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    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1963 Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA
  Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
  Twentieth Century Gallery, Williamsburg, VA
  College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
1965 The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
1967 The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA
  Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
1969 Troup Gallery, Dallas, TX
  Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
1970 University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
  De Cordova and Dana Museum and Park, Lincoln, MA
1971 Lamont Gallery, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH
  Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
  Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
  Troup Gallery, Dallas, TX
  Editions Ltd., Indianapolis, IN
1972 The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA
  Talisman Prints, Laguna Beach, CA
  Museo de Arte Moderno "La Tertulia," Cali, Colombia
  Centro Colombo-Americano, Bogota, Colombia
  Imprint, San Francisco, CA
  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  Richard Nash Gallery, Seattle, WA
  Optik Gallery, Amherst, MA
1973 Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
  Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum, Spokane, WA
1974 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
  Kutztown State College, Kutztown, PA
  The Schenectady Museum, Schenectady, NY
  MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH
1975 Biblioteca Luis-Angel Arango, Bogota, Colombia
  Galerie Georges Bemier, Paris, France
  Associated American Artists, New York, NY
1976 Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
1976-1981 International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington, DC. two concurrent traveling exhibitions to over 40 American cities.  Opening shows at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and San Francisco Palace of the Legion of Honor.
1979 Galerie Petites Formes, Osaka, Japan
1980 Francis Kyle Gallery, London, England
  The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
1981 Joint exhibition, Boston, MA: Alpha Gallery (drawings and Impressions Gallery (prints)
1982 Franz Bader Gallery
  Thorn-Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene, NH
1983 Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
  Lamont Gallery, Phillios Exeter Academy
1984 Louis Newman Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA
  Szoke Gallery, New York, NY
1985 Augen Gallery, Portland, OR
  Graystone Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1986 Hastings Gallery of Art, Hastings College of Law, San Francisco, CA
1987 Van Straaten Gallery, Chicago, IL
  Louis Newman Galleries
  Freeport Art Museum, Freeport, IL
  Franz Bader Gallery
  Szoke Gallery, New York, NY
  Allport/Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1988 Greenhut Galleries, Albany, NY
  Print Club, Philadelphia, PA
  Francis Kyle Gallery
  Franz Bader Gallery
  Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI
1989 Franz Bader Gallery
1990 The More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1991 Francis Kyle Gallery
  Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA
  Szoke Gallery
  Franz Bader Gallery
1992 Louis Newman Galleries
  Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1993 Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
1994 Edith Caldwell Gallery
  Francis Kyle Gallery
  Louis Newman Galleries
  The More Gallery
1995 Davidson Galleries
  Franz Bader Gallery
  Edith Caldwell Gallery
1997 Currier Museum, Manchester, NH
  Austrian Embassy, Washington, DC
  Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC
  Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
1998 De Young Museum, San Francisco, CA
1999 Museums of Pennsylvania, traveling show.
  The More Gallery
  Davidson Galleries
  Addison/Ripley Gallery, Washington, DC
  Montgomery Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  McGowan Gallery, Concord, NH
  Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA
2000 McGowan Gallery, Concord, NH
  Sydne Bernard Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2001 Jack Rutberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  East West Gallery, Rochester, NY
  Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
  Wenniger Gallery, Rockport, NY
  McGowan Gallery, Concord, NH
  National Science Foundation, Washington, DC
2003 4th International Triennale, Lahti, Finland
2004 Weber State University, Ogden, UT
  Winthrop University, Black Rock, SC
  Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC
  Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA
2006 Francis Kyle Gallery, London, UK
  McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH
  Warnock Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA. (with Erik Desmazieres)
2008 The Old Print Shop, New York, NY
2009 Portsmouth Art Center, Portsmouth, NH
2011 Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC
2012 Multiple Perspectives, Carter Gallery, University of New Hampshire Museum of Art, Durham, NH. (with Doug Prince)
2013 A question in printmaking: Digital vs Digital, Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington DC. (with Anne Chesnut)
2014 McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH

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University of Windsor Windsor Ontario Canada
Banco de la Republica Bogotá Colombia
Museo de Arte Moderno "La Tertulia" Cali Colombia
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