Contact me:
cbrouwer@swva.net
268 Akers Rd. NW
Willis VA 24380
540.250.2966

1946 - born in Holland, Michigan and spent his first 20 years living in the same house on Maple and 15th St. and attended Holland Christian Schools and Maple Ave. Christian Reformed Church.

1966 -  married (and is still married to) Glenda DeKam.

1969 - moved to Portland Oregon where Charlie fulfilled his military obligations as a Conscientious Objector by working at the University of Oregon Medical School.He also attended Art classes at Portland State University and daughter Jennifer was born in 1970.

1974 - moved to Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia to teach Art at Fig Tree High Public School and daughter Emily was born in 1975.

1976 - moved to Portage, Michigan to teach Art at Kalamazoo Christian High School and attended Western Michigan University where he completed an MA in Painting and an MFA in Sculpture.

1987 - moved to Radford, Virginia to teach Art at Radford University.

2008 - retired from teaching in order to make and exhibit art full time.

Now - Charlie and Glenda live in Floyd County in the Blue Ridge Mountains of rural SW Virginia in a 100 year old farmhouse they have renovated.  9 acres of open fields and woods, with 20 outdoor sculptures placed along a 1/2 mile walking trail, surround the house and studio. Charlie calls their place "Out There" because of its remote location at the end of  1 & 1/2 miles of gravel roads but, also because he believes that art can point us towards thoughts, feelings, and meanings beyond our immediate experience. 

Download a copy of Charlie's Exhibition Record in PDF format: click here

EXHIBITION RECORD SUMMARY: A total of 206 exhibitions since 1975 – 41 solo exhibitions or installations, 141 juried  or group and 23 two or three person exhibitions.  Work has been exhibited in the U.S. in Arkansas, Alabama, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, New York, and Wisconsin and internationally in Australia, Hungary, and Poland.

2011

  • “Rise Up Roanoke”, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, VA, Community based public art project commission.
  • “Rise Up Atlanta”, Freedom Park, Atlanta, GA, Community based public art project commission by Flux Projects.
  • “Art In Public Places”, Bristol, VA/TN, Juried exhibition of outdoor sculptures.
  • “Art On Main”, Chattanooga, TN, Juried exhibition of outdoor scultures.
  • "ArtInPlace: Public Art Competition", Charlottesville, VA. Juried exhibition.

2010

  • “Transcend2010”, First Presbyterian Church of St. Louis, Community based temporary public art project.
  • “Spaces”, Huntsville, AL, Invitational group exhibition of sculptures in public spaces.
  • “Artview”, Roanoke, VA, International juried exhibition of installations.
  • “Waiting, Watching, Being”, Dadian Gallery, Wesley Theological  Seminary, Washington\, DC. Two person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “AIR” City of Roanoke, Roanoke, VA. Juried exhibition of outdoor sculptures.

2009

  • “Rise Up Winston-Salem, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art & Old Salem Museum and Gardens, Public art community based installation project.
  • “Pedestrian Art”, Creative Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, Solo exhibition of outdoor sculptures.
  • “FestivALL Sculpture Tour” Charleston, WV & Marshall University, Invitational group exhibition of outdoor sculptures.
  • “2009 Sculpture Project”, Baltimore, MD, Juried exhibition of outdoor sculptures.
  • “Art In Public Places”, Bristol VA/TN, Juried exhibition of outdoor sculptures.
  • “Rise Up Grand Rapids”, St. Andrew Cathedral Piazza, Grand Rapids, MI, Public art community collaboration installation project for ArtPrize exhibition.
  • “Sculpture Visions”, Chapel Hill, NC, Juried exhibition of outdoor sculptures.

2008

  • “Sometimes…”- Projects 2008, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY. Group exhibition of installations.
  • “Rise Up Piedmont”, Piedmont Arts, Martinsville, VA. Installation.
  • “Hope Remains”, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone, NC. Solo exhibition of installations.
  •  “History”, Levering Orchard, Orchard Gap, VA. Commissioned outdoor installation.
  • Lakeland Sculpture Invitational, Lakeland, FL, Invitational exhibition by Polk Museum of Art.
  • “Brock Commons Sculpture Program”, Longwood Center for Visual Arts, Longwood, VA. Invitational group exhibition of outdoor sculptures.
  •  “AIR” City of Roanoke, Roanoke, VA. Juried exhibition of outdoor sculptures.
  • Cary Visual Arts, City of Cary, NC. Juried exhibition of outdoor sculptures.

2007

  • “Pay Attention”, Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, NC. Two-Person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “Pay Attention”, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC. Two-Person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “This Time, This Place”, Frostburg University Art Gallery, Frostburg, MD. Two-Person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • Piedmont Arts, Martinsville, VA. Invitational group exhibition of sculptures.
  • “New Hope Outdoor and Indoor Sculpture Exhibitions”, New Hope, PA. Juried exhibitions.
  • “Kingsport Sculpture Walk”, Kingsport, TN. Invitational group exhibition.
  • “Sculpture Now 2007” Washington Square, Washington, DC. Juried exhibition.
  • “From these Hills: Contemporary Art in the Southern Appalachian Highlands”, William King Art Center, Abingdon, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • Tri-State Sculptors at Washington Square, Washington, DC. Juried group exhibition.
  • “Rise Up”, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA, Installation for lobby and outdoors at the Squires Student Center in Cooperation with Perspective Gallery.

2006

  • “Two Worlds”, The Gallery at Mish Mish, Blacksburg, VA, Solo exhibition.
  • Grandin Theater Gallery, Roanoke, VA, Solo exhibition.
  • “Two Worlds”, Flossie Martin Gallery and 4 sites on campus, Radford University, Radford, VA, Solo exhibition and installation.
  • Birke Fine Art Symposium Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Marshall University, Huntington, WV, Invitational group exhibition.
  • "ArtInPlace: Public Art Competition", Charlottesville, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • “Sculpture Now-2006”, Washington Square, Washington, DC, Juried exhibition.
  • Roanoke City Show, Art Museum of Western VIrginia, Juried exhibition.
  • Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition, Polk Museum of Art & City of Winter Haven, Florida, Juried competition and exhibition.
  • Over The Moon Gallery, Floyd, VA, Invitational group exhibition.
  • Site St. Albans: Art In Place, Fairlawn, VA, Group exhibition of installations.

2005

  • Grand Opening - DeGraaf Fine Art, Grand Rapids MI. Group invitational exhibition.
  • "Art In Place:Public Art Competition", Charlottesville, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • Grand Opening - The Gallery, Radford, VA. Invitational group exhibition.
  • Roanoke City Art Show, Art Museum of Western VA. Juried exhibition.
  • Floyd Artist's New Work, Jacksonville Center for the Arts, Floyd, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • "Re-Play", Jacksonville Center for the Arts, Floyd, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • "Art of Furniture and Furnishings", Jacksonville Center for the Arts, Floyd, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • "Somewhere Else", Miller Off Main Galleries, Blacksburg, VA. Two-Person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • "A Community of Men", Old Church Gallery, Floyd VA. Invitational group exhibition.

2004

  • “Are We Not All...?”, DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Saugatuck, MI. Solo exhibition.
  • “Capitol Hill Sculpture Project”, Washington, DC. Juried group exhibition of outdoor sculpture in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
  • “Rise Up Together Floyd County”, Jacksonville Center for the Arts, Floyd, VA. Solo exhibition Installation.
  • Radford Art Show, Radford University Art Museum, Radford, VA, Juried exhibition. 2nd place 3D award*
  •  “Art of Music”, Jacksonville Center, Floyd, VA. Juried group exhibition.
  • “Spring in Appalachia”, Jacksonville Center for the Arts, Floyd, VA. Juried group exhibition.
  • "People I Know", Caldwell Arts Council, Lenor, NC. Invitational Exhibition.

2003

  • “Homebodies and Homeland”, DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Saugatuck, MI, Solo exhibition.
  • Snowshoe Institute, Snowshoe, WV. Sponsored by West Virginia and Marshall Universities, Invitational group exhibition of outdoor sculptures and installations.
  • Reynolds Homestead, Critz, VA. Group exhibition with Altared Space Artist's Cooperative.
  • Roanoke City Show, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Juried exhibition.
  • Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley, Pulaski, VA. Group exhibition with Altared Space Artist’s Cooperative.
  • Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley, Pulaski, VA. Anniversary exhibition. Invitational group exhibition.
  • Radford Art Show, Radford, VA. Juried Exhibition. 3rd place 3D award*
  • Jacksonville Center Grand Opening Exhibition, Floyd, VA, Invitational group exhibition.

2002

  • “Rise Up”, Holland Area Arts Council, Holland, MI, Solo exhibition and installation.
  • “Up to the Mountain / Down to the River”, Wildcat Creek Gallery, Meadows of Dan, VA, Two-person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “Something Beautiful Calls and We Rise”, Radford University Sculpture Courtyard, Radford, VA,  Installation with 100 ladders borrowed from Levering Orchards, Orchard Gap NC.
  • Reynolds Homestead, Critz VA. Group exhibition with Altared Space artist's cooperative.
  • Blue Mountain School Art Exhibition and auction. Invitational fundraiser. Group exhibition.
  • Snowshoe Institute, Snowshoe, WV. Sponsored by West VA and Marshall Universities, Invitational group exhibition of outdoor sculptures and installations.
  • "New River Art 2002", Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley, Pulaski, VA. Juried exhibition.

2001

  • “Object Word Truth Beauty”, E. Taylor Greer Gallery, Ferrum College, Ferrum VA, Solo retrospective exhibition.
  • “Object Word Truth Beauty”, Chelsea Gallery, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC. Solo retrospective exhibition.
  • “Microcosm/Macrocosm”, Altared Space Gallery, Floyd, VA. Two person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “Microcosm/Macrocosm”,  DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Saugatuck, MI. Two-person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “Sculpture Now 2001”, Washington Square, Washington DC, Juried group indoor sculpture exhibition.
  • “Sculpture Now 2001”, Mellon Park, Pittsburgh Art Center, Pittsburgh, PA, Juried group outdoor sculpture exhibition.
  • "New River Art 2001", Fine Arts Art Center for the New River Valley, Pulaski, VA. Juried exhibition.

2000

  • “Biennial Juried Exhibition”, Olin Gallery, Roanoke College, Salem, VA.
  • “Genetically Speaking”, DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Saugatuck, MI. Two person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “Luminous Things”, Perspective Gallery at Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA & Altared Space Gallery, Floyd, VA, Two person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • Outdoor Sculpture Competition, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC, Juried exhibition.
  • “Objectives: Sculpture & Scholarship in Virginia’s Graduate Schools”, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. Invitational group exhibition.

1999

  • “Together Again”, Altared Space Gallery, Floyd, VA. Two person exhibition with Jennifer L. Collins.
  • “A Visual Dialogue Through the Americas”, Hickory Museum of Art, Hickory, NC. Group exhibition organized by The Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC.
  • “Functional Follies”, Savannah, GA. Group exhibition of sculptures commissioned for installation throughout the city by The Savannah College of Art and Design.
  • “Old Wood/New Wood”, DeGraaf Consortium Fine Art, Ltd., West Palm Beach, FL. Solo exhibition.
  • “Sculptors’ Plans - Drawings and Maquettes”, projectspace, Washington, DC. Juried exhibition.
  • Altared Space Gallery, Floyd, VA. Co-op member’s group exhibition.

1998

  • “Old Wood/New Wood”, DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Saugatuck, MI. Solo exhibition.           
  • Transamerica Square at NationsBank, Charlotte, NC, Solo outdoor installation.
  • “Dress Up!”, ,Wustum Museum, Racine WI. Group invitational exhibition.
  • “Human Habit”, William King Art Center, Abingdon, VA. Juried & invitational exhibition.
  • “City Art Show”, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA. Juried exhibition. Best in show award*
  • “Together”, Atared Space Gallery, Floyd, VA, Two person exhibition with Jennifer Collins.
  • Group exhibition, Altared Space Gallery, Floyd,VA, Co-op member’s group exhibition.
  • Outdoor Sculpture Competition, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC. Juried group exhibition.
  • Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Hollins College, Roanoke, VA. Invitational group exhibition.  

1997

  • “Landscapes”, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC, Juried exhibition.
  • “Memory/Beyond Memory”, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA. Solo exhibition/installation.
  • “Corridor Invitational”, William King Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. Group exhibition & installation.
  • “Continuing”(a 15 year retrospective) DeGraaf Consortium Fine Art, West Palm Beach, FL. Solo exhibition.

1996

  • “With Wings”, State Gallery of Art, Sopot/Gdansk, Poland. Solo exhibition.     
  • “Hands”, DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Saugatuck, MI. Solo exhibition.
  • “Biennial Juried Exhibition”, Olin Gallery, Roanoke College, Salem, VA.
  • NOTORO Symposium exhibition. Fine Art Academy of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland.  Group exhibition sponsored by the NOTORO Foundation.

1995

  • DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Saugatuck, MI. Solo exhibition.
  • NOTORO Symposium exhibition, The Castle, Gniew, Poland. Group exhibition sponsored by the NOTORO Foundation.
  • “On-Site: Sculpture Project”, Bluemont Park, Arlington, VA. Juried group exhibit of outdoor installations.
  • “From These Hills”, William King Art Center, Abingdon, VA. Juried group exhibition.
  • “Dimensions”, Indiana University in Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA. Group exhibition.
  • Outdoor Sculpture Competition, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC. Juried group exhibition.
  • “Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition”, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC. Juried group exhibition.
  • “Re-Constructing”, Catherine Smith Gallery, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC.  Solo installation and exhibition.
  • Alleghany Highlands Arts and Crafts Center, Clifton Forge, VA. Solo exhibition.
  • “Let’s Play House: Artists and the Domestic Environment”, Wustum Museum, Racine WI. Group invitational exhibition.
  • “City Art Show”, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA. Juried exhibition.

1994

  • “Across Borders/Sin Fronteras”, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC. Juried exhibition.
  • “Convergence”, Outdoor Sculptures in Roger Williams Park, Providence, RI. Juried exhibit.
  • Watauga County Arts Council Outdoor Sculpture Competition, Boone, N.C. Winner*
  • “City Art Show”, Art Museum of Western Virginia. Roanoke, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • Victor Huggins Gallery, Roanoke, VA.  Group exhibition.
  • “Artemis”, DuPont Gallery at Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA, and Olin Gallery at Roanoke College, Salem, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • “Cedar Creek Invitational”, Creedmore, NC, Group exhibition.
  • “Wood You Believe”, Jones House Gallery, Boone, NC. Group exhibition.
  • Tri-State Sculptor’s Conference, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, NC. Group exhibition.
  • “Fallen”  Radford University, Radford, VA.  Temporary outdoor site specific installation.

1993

  • Friends of Art at Queens College Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition, Charlotte, NC. Winner*
  • Tri-State Sculptor’s Exhibition at Washington Square, Washington, DC. Group exhibition.
  • Memphis Arts Festival Juried Art Exhibit, Memphis TN.
  • Memphis Arts Festival Special Projects, Memphis Botanical Gardens, Memphis, TN. Juried exhibition of installations.   
  • “8th Annual Outdoor Sculpture Competition”, Lenoir, NC. Juried exhibition. Jurors Award*
  • “Signs and Roads”, DeGraaf Fine Art Inc., Saugatuck, MI. Solo exhibition.
  • “Vision and Function”: Recent works by Virginia Sculptors, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Invitational group exhibition.
  • “City Art Show”, Art Museum of Western VA, Roanoke, VA. Juried exhibit.
  • “100 Ladders”, DeGraaf Fine Art Inc., Chicago, IL. Solo exhibition.
  • “Exhibition 280” - Works Off Walls, Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV. Juried exhibition.
  • “Pets: Artists and an American Obsession”, Wustum Museum, Racine, WI. Invitational group exhibition.
  • “New Blood”, Eagle Gallery - Murry State University, Murry, KY. Juried exhibition.
  • “Sculptures in the Park”, Mayfair Festival, Allentown, PA. Juried exhibition.
  • “Sculpture Tour”, Walters State Community College, Morristown, TN. Invitational group exhibition.
  • “Western Michigan University Sculpture Tour”, Kalamazoo, MI. Juried group exhibition.

1992

  • “Pediments, Columns and Transcendence”, DeGraaf Fine Art Inc. Saugatuck, MI.  Solo exhibition.
  • “Sculpture Tour 92-93”, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Invitational group exhibition.
  • “Triple Play”, Center Art Gallery, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. Three person exhibition.
  • “Heads Up”, Richmond, VA. Juried competition and group exhibition of outdoor sculptures, organized by the Richmond Arts Council.
  • “Heart & Soul”, Lewis Gale Hospital, Roanoke, VA. Invitational group exhibition organized by the Arts Council for the Blue Ridge.
  • Olin Gallery, Roanoke College, Salem, VA. Two person exhibition.
  • “City Art Show”, Roanoke Museum, Roanoke, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • “Biennial Juried Exhibition”, Olin Gallery, Roanoke College, Salem, VA.
  • “Just Plane Screwy”, Wustum Museum, Racine, WI.  Invitational group exhibition.
  • “Concepts/Contemporary Outdoor Sculpture Proposals”, West Bend Gallery of Fine Arts. West Bend, WI. Juried exhibition.
  • “A Gathering of Angels”, Artspace Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Invitational group exhibit.

1991

  • “Traveling”, Alleghany Highlands Arts Center, Clifton Forge, VA Solo exhibition.
  • "Traveling", DeGraaf Fine Art Inc., Chicago. Solo exhibition.
  • “The Artist and the American Yard”, Wustum Museum, Racine, WI. Juried exhibition.
  • “The Rosen Prize Sculpture Competition and Exhibition”, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC. First Place Award.*
  • NOTORO Symposium Exhibition, Polish Sculpture Center, Oronsko, Poland. Traveled to Warsaw. Group exhibition.
  • Arts Festival of Atlanta - Site Works, Atlanta, GA. Juried exhibition.
  • “Faith” Dupont Gallery, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA. Solo exhibition/installation.
  • Roanoke Area Juried Competition, Roanoke College, Salem, VA. One of five award winners.*

1990

  • “Sculpture in the Park”, Mayfair Festival, Allentown, PA. Juried group exhibition.
  • “Prints and Drawings Show”, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA. Juried exhibition.
  • “Sculpture: Inside-Outside, 33 works by 11 American Artists”, DeGraaf Fine Art Inc., Chicago, IL. Group exhibition.
  • NOTORO Symposium Exhibition, Polish Sculpture Center, Oronsko, Poland. Traveled to Warsaw, Group exhibition.
  • “Tri-State Sculpture Guild Conference and Exhibition”, Radford University, Radford, VA.  Group exhibition.

1989

  • “Rising”, DeGraaf Fine Art Inc., Chicago, IL. Solo exhibition and installation.
  • “Going Places”, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA. Solo installation.
  • “Signs”, Flossie Martin Gallery, Radford University, Radford, VA. Two person exhibition.
  • “RU3D”, Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley, Pulaski, VA. Group exhibition.
  • International Outdoor Wood Sculpture Park, Nagyatad, Hungary. Exhibition of sculptures completed by guest artists of the 1989 International Wood Sculpture Symposium.
  • “Roanoke City Show”, Roanoke, VA, Juried exhibition.

1988

  • DeGraaf Forsythe Galleries, Inc., Macatawa, MI. Solo exhibition.
  • Faculty Exhibition, Virginia Governor’s School for Visual and Performing Arts, Radford, VA. Group exhibition.

1987

  • Battle Creek Art Center, Battle Creek, MI.  Solo exhibition.
  • “Constructions”, DeGraaf Fine Art, Chicago, IL. Three person exhibition.
  • UpJohn Company Research and Development Division, Kalamazoo, MI. Solo exhibition organized by the Kalamazoo Art Center.
  • “Earthly Possessions”, Battle Creek Art Center, Battle Creek, MI. Juried exhibition. Honorable mention award.*
  • Kalamazoo Area Show, Kalamazoo Art Center, Kalamazoo, MI. Juried exhibition.

1986

  • Michigan Regional Art Competition, Krasel Art Center, St. Joseph, MI. Juried exhibition. Best of show award.*
  • Kalamazoo Area Show, Kalamazoo Art Center, Kalamazoo, MI. Juried exhibition.
  • “Fetish Art: Obsessive Expressions”, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL. Invitational exhibition.           

1985

  • Ann Arbor Art Association, Ann Arbor, MI. Two person exhibition.
  • “A Road Show”, Traveling group exhibition organized by the Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit. Traveled to five Michigan cities and to Artemisia Gallery of Chicago, IL.
  • “Basically Boxes”, Klien Gallery, Chicago, IL. Group exhibition.
  • Whirlpool Sculpture Competition. Juried Exhibition. Honorable mention.*  Traveled to Krasel Art Center, St. Joseph, MI., Evansville Museum, Evansville, IN., and Ft. Smith Art Center, Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
  • Kalamazoo Area Show, Art Center, Kalamazoo, MI. Juried exhibition. Second place award.*
  • Carnegie Center for the Arts.  Three Rivers, MI. Juried exhibition. Purchase Award.*

1984

  • Fetzer Business Development Center, Kalamazoo, MI. Group exhibition.
  • Kalamazoo Area Show, Kalamazoo Art Center, Kalamazoo, MI. Juried exhibition.

1983

  • “Domestic Scenes and Dwelling Places”, Dalton Center, Western Michigan University,
    MFA solo graduation exhibition.
  • “Abstract Thoughts”, Pontiac Art Center, Pontiac, MI. Two person exhibition.
  • Carnegie Center for the Arts. Three Rivers, MI.  Invitational exhibition.
  • “Michigan Artists Competition”, Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, Birmingham, MI. Juried exhibition.
  • “Biennial Michiana Art Exhibition”, Art Center Inc., South Bend, IN. Juried exhibition.
  • Juried student show, Western Michigan University, Merit Award.
  • Kalamazoo Area Show, Kalamazoo Art Center, Kalamazoo, MI. Juried exhibition. One of five award winners.*


1982

  • Domestic Scenes”, Miller Auditorium, Western Michigan University, Solo exhibition.
  • Kalamazoo Art Center and Gallery 617, Kalamazoo, MI.  Two person/two gallery exhibition.
  • Juried student show, Western Michigan University. First place and purchase award.*
  • All State Competition”, Battle Creek Art Center, Battle Creek, MI. Juried exhibition.
  • Michigan Artists Competition, Birmingham Bloomfield Art Association, Birmingham, MI. Juried exhibition. 2nd place award.*           

1981

  • Gallery II, Western Michigan University, Solo MA graduation exhibition.

1980

  • “Michigan Artists 80/81”, Grand Rapids Art Museum, sponsored by the Detroit Institute of Arts. Juried exhibition.

1978

  • Third Christian Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, MI.  Solo exhibition.

1976

  • Ronlyn Gallery, Wollongong, Australia. Solo exhibition.

1975

  • Ronlyn Gallery, Wollongong, Australia.  Group exhibition.   
  • Illawara Regional Show, Wollongong, Australia. Juried exhibition.

LINKS

Roanoke Times newspaper story on "Two Worlds" exhibition