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Joellyn T. Duesberry (American, 1944 – 2016)

EDUCATION
2012
Anderson Ranch, Aspen Co, master painting class
1996-2004
Master Classes with New York Studio School’s Graham Nickson, and Joe Santore
1994-2004
New York Studio School Drawing Marathons
1986
Richard Diebenkorn Master Class, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM
1967
New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, MA
1966-1984
Periodic study, New York, at National Academy of Design, Art Students League, and New York Academy
1966
Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.
Smith College, Northampton, MA, “B.A. With Distinction,” Phi Beta Kappa
1962-64
Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia, Fredericksburg, VA

SPECIAL STUDIES
2005
Great River Arts Institute, Walpole, NH
1998-99
World Trade Center Painting Grant: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, cityscape study, 6 months
1974-77
Summer painters’ colony, Pietrasanta, Italy

SPECIAL PROJECTS
2004
Joellyn Duesberry: Dialogue with the Artist, PBS documentary film by Amie Knox, 2001-04
A bar K Productions, Inc., Denver, CO
Painting Consignment, U. S. Mission, Switzerland, for Ambassador for Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
The Mask Project, benefit and auction event, Face Dreaming of Place mask, Denver, CO
2003
Denver Botanic Gardens, commission for 2003 Fête des Fleurs Art Auction, Rare Steppe Plants Project.
The Sonic Memorial Project: A National Collaboration, national collection of ‘sound memories’ of the World Trade Center, its neighborhood and the events of September 11. Audio artifacts, testimonies, remembrances, music, and small shards of sound – both personal and historic – from independent radio producers, new media producers, artists, historians, and NPR (National Public Radio) listeners, accessible online,
www. SONICMEMORIAL.ORG.
2002
Always the Mountains, David Rothenberg, book jacket image, University of Georgia Press.
1996
Commission, nine monotypes, and poster entitled Reudi Reservoir, CO, for Colorado
Business Committee for the Arts, Denver, CO.
Joellyn Duesberry at the Denver Art Museum, Contemporary Colorado Artists Poster
Series featuring South Platte River Triptych, DAM collection, Denver, CO.
1995
Commission, Yampa River, CO, poster for Colorado History Museum, Denver, CO.
1988
Commission, Rio Quemado, NM, poster, for Robert Redford and the Environmental Policy Institute, Washington, D. C., for the film, The Milagro Beanfield War, Robert
Redford, Director.

AWARDS/LECTURES/SYMPOSIA/GRANTS/ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE APPOINTMENTS
2015
Wilderness Residency, CO, Weir National Park Residency, CT, Elsewhere Residency, CO, Soaring Gardens, CO
2014
Residency/Moulin a’ Nef in Auvillar France
VCCA residency at Moulin à Nef in Auvillar, France
Instructor ASLD “Abstraction Masquerading as Landscape”
Artist-in-Residence, Whiskeytown Recreation Center, Whiskeytown, CA
2013
Vermont Studio Center, Residency and stipend, Whiskeytown National Park Residency Unique Juror, Curator, Instructor for 15th Annual Contemporary Invited and Juried Exhibition 2013 The Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction, CO
Artist-in Residence, Vermont Studio Center, VT
Fellowship, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, CO, “The Open Air into Abstraction”
Instructor ASLD “Abstraction Masquerading as Landscape”
Artist-in Residence, Acadia National Park at Schoodic, SERC Institute, Winter Harbor, ME
Artist Studio Workshop, Joellyn Duesberry Studio, Greenwood Village, CO, Art Students League of Denver, Denver, CO
Guest Lecturer/Curator – Western Colorado Centre for the Arts, Grand Junction, CO
2012-14
Instructor, Art Students League of Denver, CO, “Abstraction Masquerading as Landscape”
Artist-in-Residence, Whiskeytown Recreation Center, Whiskeytown, CA
Artist-in-Residence, Horned Dorset Colony, Leonardsville, NY
2011
Finalist, Colorado Book Awards by Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book
Guest Lecturer- Elevated Perspective: The Paintings of Joellyn Duesberry, Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver CO
2009
Artist-in-Residence, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, VA
Guest Lecturer – Covenant of Seasons, Yellowstone Museum of Art, Billings, MT
All Colorado Art, First prize painting, Curtis Center for Arts and Humanities, Greenwood Village, CO
2007-08
Artist-in Residence, Guest Lecturer, Ucross Foundation, Clermont, WY
2007
The City of Aurora, Art in Public Places, solo show of Duesberry’s small panels, Martin Luther King Jr. Library & Municipal Service Centre and Tallyn’s Reach Library, Aurora, CO
Awarded the commission to create the 2007 Colorado Governors Art Award presented by Governor William Ritter to the Grand Junction Mayor Jim Doody and the citizens of Grand Junction.
Artist-in-Residence, VCCA, Amherst, VA, 1 month painting grants
2006
Heilker-Lahotan Foundation grant to paint one month in solitary Residence on Big Cranberry Island, ME
Artist-in-Residence, Guest Lecturer/Instructor, Fredrick C. Mayer School of Art, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH
Artist-in-Residence, Guest Lecturer, Heliker LaHotan Foundation, Big Cranberry Island ME
2005
Special commissions (cityscape and landscape) for City of Denver Convention Center
Hotel Authority, on behalf of the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
Artist-in-Residence, Guest Lecturer/Instructor, Tremaine Gallery at the Hotchkiss School,Lakeville, CT
Symposium and public lecture, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY
2004
27th Starz Denver International Film Festival, Denver, CO, Joellyn Duesberry: Dialogue with the Artist Selected for showing, Documentary Films category
2004
Artist-in-Residence, Instructor, Denver Art Students League: Retreat – Allenspark at Estes Park, CO
2003
Special Commission, City and County of Denver, The Mayor’s Commission on Art, Culture and Film/Art in Public Places – Red Rocks Amphitheatre Visitor Centre, Denver, CO
2002
The Century Association, elected to life membership as Centurion, New York City, NY
Artist-in Residence, Guest Lecturer, The Spring Island Institute, Spring Island, SC
Artist-in Residence, The Roaring Fork Club, Basalt, CO
2001
Cody Museum/Whitney Museum of Western Art award purchase, Woodshed, Taos, NM, William E. Weiss Foundation, Cody, WY
Artist-in Residence, Guest Lecturer, The Spring Island Institute, Spring Island, SC
Artist-in-Residence, Friends of Olana and the New York Studio School, Re-Painting Church’s Territory: Residency and exhibition at “Olana,” home of Frederic Church, Hudson, NY
Guest Lecturer – Painting Under Siege – Community College of Denver, Auraria Campus, Denver, CO
Artist Studio Tour and Lecture, Joellyn Duesberry Studio, Greenwood Village, CO, Alliance for Contemporary Art, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
2000
Artist-in-Residence, and Guest Lecturer – Painting Under Siege – The Spring Island Institute, Spring Island, SC
1999
Special Commission, City Hall, Littleton, CO, Two Ponds Near the Highline Canal
Artist-in-Residence, The Spring Island Institute, Spring Island, SC
Guest Lecturer – A Covenant of Seasons – The Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
1998-99
World Trade Center Residency Grant, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, WTC Tower I, 91st floor, cityscapes
1995-99
Appointment, Board of Stewards, University of Denver, School of Art & Art History
Appointment, Collections Committee, Denver Art Museum
1998
Benjamin Altman Prize, Landscape, National Academy 173rd Annual Exhibition, New York, NY
Artist-in-Residence, The Roaring Fork Club, Basalt, CO
New York Studio School Guest Lecturer, From Painting to Monotype to Painting
Symposium, Rhode Island School of Design, Orion Society: Re-imagining Ecology, with lecture, A Covenant of Seasons
1996
Symposium, Rediscovering the American Landscape, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe,NM
1994
Distinguished Alumnae Award, The Collegiate Schools, Richmond, VA
1993
Commissioned triptych, June on the South Platte River, Kansas-Nebraska Energy, Denver,CO
1992
Commission, landscape pair, April Morning in Colorado, and April Evening in New Mexico, Byron White Courthouse, U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit, Denver, CO
1991
Artist-in-Residence Appointment, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
1990
Finalist, Hubbard Museum Award for Excellence
Guest Lecturer – Progress of a Painting – Arapahoe Community College, Littleton, CO
1985-86
National Endowment for the Arts Painting Grant
1969
Exhibition catalogue illustrations/maps, Before Cortes, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
1968
Wall murals/catalogue illustrations, “Master Craftsmen of Ancient Peru,” Guggenheim Museum, NY
1966-67
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Institute of Fine Arts of New York University, New York, NY
1966
Summer Study, Dartmouth Painting, Hanover, NH
1965
Summer Study, Smith Art, Florence, Italy

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2014
Reflections of Maine, Coming Home, Somes Gallery, Somesville, ME
In An Instant, New York, Fulginiti Pavilion Gallery, Anschultz Medical Ccenter, Aurora, CO
2013-14
Perspectives: The Paintings of Joellyn Duesberry, Loveland Museum/Gallery Loveland, CO
2012-13
Joellyn Duesberry: Western Waters, The MADDEN Museum of Art, Greenwood Village, CO
2012
Nearing the Half Century in Maine Gleason Gallery, Portland, ME
2011
Elevated Perspective: The Paintings of Joellyn Duesberry, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, CO
Joellyn Duesberry: New Monotypes, Open Press Gallery, Denver, CO
Joellyn Duesberry: A Solo Exhibition: Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
2010
Joellyn Duesberry’s Southwest: Sharpening the Edges, Denver Botanic Gardens,Denver, CO
Joellyn Duesberry: Landscape Survey, Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
2009
A Covenant of Seasons: Monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry – Poems by Pattiann Rogers,Yellowstone Museum of Art, Billings, MT
Joellyn Duesberry: Hudson Valley Landscapes, Morgan Lehman Gallery, Lakeville, CT
A Covenant of Seasons: Colorado Monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry, Lieutenant
Governor’s Office, Denver, CO
Joellyn Duesberry: Excavating a Season, Visions West Gallery, Livingston & Bozeman, MT
Joellyn Duesberry: Welcoming Solo Exhibition, Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
2008
Joellyn Duesberry: Landscapes, Sangre de Christo, Center for the Arts,Pueblo,CO
Joellyn Duesberry: The Big Picture, Museum of Outdoor Art, Englewood, CO
A Covenant of Seasons: Monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry – Poems by Pattiann Rogers, Ucross Foundation Art Gallery, Clearmont, WY
Joellyn Duesberry: Postcards from the West, Ellen Easton Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
Joellyn Duesberry: A Passion for the Land, Leslie Levy Fine Art, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ
2007
Joellyn Duesberry: A Passion for Western Land, William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO
Joellyn Duesberry Monotypes: Hidden Treasures, William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO
Joellyn Duesberry: The Garden Party, Curtis Arts & Humanities Centre, Greenwood Village, CO
2006
A Covenant of Seasons: Monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry – Poems by Pattiann Rogers,
Lamont Gallery at The Frederick C. Mayer School of Art, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH
A Covenant of Seasons: Monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry – Poems by Pattiann Rogers, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
Joellyn Duesberry, Morgan Lehman Gallery, Lakeville, CT
Joellyn Duesberry: Three Decades of Paint, The Century Association, New York, NY, traveled to Smith College Center, Northampton, MA
2005
A Covenant of Seasons: Monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry – Poems by Pattiann Rogers,Tremaine Gallery at The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT, traveling to Eastern venues courtesy The Hotchkiss School
Before and After 9/11: View from the World Trade Center, Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO
2004
Joellyn Duesberry: A Brief Survey of Place, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO, traveling to Western Museums
Joellyn Duesberry: A Brief Survey through Time, The Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY
Joellyn Duesberry: Carved by Water, James Graham & Sons, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
Joellyn Duesberry: Monotypes, Open Press, LTD.
Joellyn Duesberry: Solace on Safari, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Joellyn Duesberry: View from the 91st Floor – Paintings of Lower Manhattan from the World Trade Center Towers, Terrence Rogers Fine Art, Santa Monica, CA
2003
Joellyn Duesberry: Oils & Monotypes, Megan Moynihan Fine Art, New York, NY
2002
Joellyn Duesberry: Points of View, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2001
Joellyn Duesberry – Landscapes, Gleason Fine Art, Camden, ME
2000
Joellyn Duesberry – Landscapes, Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, 50th Anniversary Exhibition, Littleton, CO
Joellyn Duesberry: Landscape Paintings, James Graham & Sons, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
1999
A Covenant of Seasons: Monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry – Poems by Pattiann Rogers,Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art at University of Richmond, Richmond, VA
Joellyn Duesberry: Monotypes and Paintings, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1998
The Seasons, monotypes exhibition, organized by Virginia Museum of Fine Art, traveled to: Arvada Art Center, Denver, CO; Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO; William King Regional Art Center, Abingdon, VA; Marsh Gallery of the University of Richmond,
Richmond, VA; Courthouse Galleries, Portsmouth Museums, Portsmouth, VA; and, Tremaine Gallery, The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT. Travel 2005 and beyond, to Northeastern venues, courtesy of The Hotchkiss School.
Recent Monotypes, James Graham & Sons, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
1997
Near and Far, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
1996
From High Places, James Graham & Sons, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
Joellyn Duesberry: Monotypes, Lizan-Tops Gallery, Easthampton, NY
Joellyn Duesberry: The Maine Paintings, The Blum Gallery at College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME
1995
New Terrain, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
Familiar Places Re-Viewed, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1994
Joellyn Duesberry: Paintings and Monotypes, Troyer Gallery, Washington, DC
Recent Paintings and Monotypes, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY
The Garden Paintings, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
1993
Joellyn Duesberry: Monotypes, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
Joellyn Duesberry: Monotypes, Troyer Gallery, Washington, DC
Joellyn Duesberry: Monotypes & Paintings,Mongerson-Wunderlich Gallery,Chicago, IL
Joellyn Duesberry: Paintings and Monotypes, Carol Siple Gallery, Denver, CO
1992-93
Joellyn Duesberry: Landscapes 1972-1992, survey exhibition, lecture, book signing, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Joellyn Duesberry: Monotypes, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Joellyn Duesberry: Paintings, Tavelli Gallery, Aspen, CO
1991
Joellyn Duesberry, Graham Modern, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
Joellyn Duesberry: Paintings and Monotypes, Carol Siple Gallery, Denver, CO
1990
Recent Western Paintings, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1989
Recent Paintings and Works on Paper, Graham Modern, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
1988
Landscapes of Colorado and New Mexico, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1986
Joellyn Duesberry, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1985
Joellyn Duesberry, Tatischeff Gallery, New York, NY
1984
Joellyn Duesberry, Reynolds-Minor Gallery, Richmond, VA
1982
Joellyn Duesberry, Tatischeff Gallery, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015
Significant Women Artists, Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO
Art & Soul, Space Gallery, Denver, CO
Contemporary Painting, Western Colorado Centre for the Arts, Grand Junction, CO
Somes Gallery, Somesville, ME
Icebreaker Six, Ice Cube Gallery, Denver, CO
2014-15
Living West, History Colorado Center, Denver, CO
2014
FOPAS, Exhibition Invitational, Biennial Silent Auction Fundraiser, Denver, CO
100 Year Anniversary, Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO
Breaking Water, Goodwin Fine Art, Denver, CO
2013
Light | Shadow | Scale | Texture, Valley Fine Art, Aspen, CO
15th Annual Contemporary Invited and Juried Exhibition, Western Colorado Centre for
the Arts, Grand Junction, CO
Print 528.0 a Regional Juried Exhibit of Contemporary Fine Art Prints Presented by the Invisible Museum and RedLine Denver, CO
2012
Art for the Endangered Landscape show, San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council Adams State University Community Partnerships Gallery, Alamosa, CO
4th Annual Juried Show, Forsyth Center Galleries, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Icebreaker 3, Ice Cube Gallery, Denver, CO
Wild in Montana, Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT
Eye Catchers, Gleason Fine Art, Boothbay Harbor, ME
2011
Before & After the Fall, New York State Museum, Albany, NY
Professional Painters Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Finding Abstraction, Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
Colorado Creative Industries & Denver International Airport, Denver, CO
In the Presence of Trees, Ucross Foundation Art Gallery, Clearmont, WY
Come Spring, Gleason Fine Art, Portland, ME and Boothbay Harbor, ME
Just Paper, Art Students League of Denver, Denver, CO
Creative Capitol Exhibit Celebrates the Artists of Eastern Colorado, Lieutenant Governor’s Office and the Rotunda of the Colorado State Capitol Building, Denver, CO
2010 -11
Twenty-Seven years of Visual Arts Residencies, Ucross Foundation, Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY
Professional Painters Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
2010
1st Annual Quick Draw Mary Williams Fine Arts, Boulder, CO
Miniatures and More: An Annual Invitational Exhibition and Sale, Albuquerque Museum Foundation, Albuquerque, NM
Metro Denver Creative Capitol Exhibition, curated by Colorado Council on the Arts and Denver International Airport, exhibited at ‘Signature Flight Support,’ Denver International Airport Denver, CO
Denver Plein Air Arts Festival, Denver Public Library, Denver, CO
Collecting for a New Millennium: Recent Acquisitions 2000-2010, Landscape Art & the Hudson River – Middle Level Main Gallery, Hudson River Museum. Yonkers. NY
CBCA’s 25th Anniversary Silent Auction, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, Denver. CO
Professional Painters Exhibition, The Century Association, New York. NY
New Prints 2010/Summer—Heat! International Print Center New York, Chelsea. NY
2009
The Art of Women’09, Republic Plaza, Denver, CO
26th Annual All Colorado Art Show, Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO
Professional Artist, Exhibition Invitational, The Century Association, NY
Group Exhibition, Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
Bollywood Night: A Benefit Party and Art Auction, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Plein Air Expanded, Republic Plaza, Denver, CO
The Art of Women, Denver International Airport, CO
Outside In, Wassaic Project curator Sally Morgan and Sally Zunino, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY
2008
Rocks on Paper, Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery, New York, NY
Summer Landscape Show, Greenhut Gallery, Portland, ME
Defining the West: 200 Years of American Imagery, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Roots, Landing Gallery, Rockland, ME
Annual Professional Painters’ Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Glory of Landscapes, Pelham Art Centre, New York, NY
Salon du Musee, Featured Artist, Salon d Arts at Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
Small Works, Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
2007-08
Masterpieces of Colorado, A Rich Legacy of Landscape Painting, organized by Colorado Council on the Arts in celebrating their 40th Anniversary, traveling to six engagement locations: Centre for Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO; Foothills Art Centre, Golden, CO; Western Colorado Centre for the Arts, Grand Junction, CO; Fremont Centre for the Arts, Canon City, CO; El Pomar
Carriage Museum, Colorado Springs, CO; and Denver Public Library, Denver, CO for 2007 and 2008
2007
The Urban Myth, Vision of the City, Sullivan Goss, An American Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
The Art of Printmaking, paying homage to Open Press,Archer Concept Group,Denver,CO
Celebrating Maine’s Role in American Art, Invitational Auction, Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
Maine Gardens, Ten High Street Gallery, Camden, ME
Art Makes a Difference, 30th Annual Benefit Auction, Invitational, Centre for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
Landscapes of Colorado, curator Ann Daley, Centre for Visual Arts, Denver, CO
Annual Professional Painters’ Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Landscape: Theme and Variation, The Landing Gallery, Rockland, ME
The Landscape Show, William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO
Cranberry Island, curator Carl Little, Gallery 170, Damariscotta, ME
Contours, Invitational Exhibition in support of the Costal Mountain Land Trust, Élan Fine Arts, Rockport, ME
The Garden Party, Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Offices of C.B. Richard Eliis, New York, NY
2006
Corporate Collections 2006 – 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Colorado Council on the Arts at Republic Plaza, Denver, CO
Le Jeune Arts Benefit for the Denver Art Museum, Colorado History Museum, Denver, CO
Salon d’Arts Fifth Anniversary Exhibition Benefit for Colorado UpLIFT, Colorado History Museum, Denver, CO
Annual Professional Painters’ Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Trash Atlantic Gallery, New York, NY
2005
Annual Professional Painters’ Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Gallery Artists Roundup, Wingspread Gallery, Northeast Harbor, ME
Mt. Desert and Monhegan: Then and Now, Wingspread Gallery, Northeast Harbor, ME
New Members Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Annual Professional Painters’ Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Painting the American West, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY
Summer Group Show, Wingspread Gallery, Northeast Harbor, ME
Water, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
2004
Expanded Horizons – 36th Annual Exhibition & Auction Benefit –Yellowstone Art Museum,Billings, MT
Memorial – 9/11, Terrence Rogers Fine Art, Santa Monica, CA
Open Press: A 15-Year Retrospective, Colorado Springs Gallery of Contemporary Art,
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, CO
Progressive Prints, Art Students League, Denver, CO
Annual Professional Painters’ Exhibition, The Century Association, New York, NY
Scene Colorado/Sin Colorado, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Sixth Annual VSA Fine Art Auction, William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO
21st Annual All Colorado Art Show, Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, Greenwood Village,CO
2003 – 04
Three by Five to Eleven by Fourteen: Gallery Selections. Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe,NM, December
2003
The Annual Professional Painters’ Exhibition, The Century Association, New York City, NY,New York Studio School Silent Auction Benefit Evening, October 14, 2003
Twenty Years: Part II, Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI
Twenty Years: Part I – Paintings: Joellyn Duesberry, Bunny Harvey, and Gretchen Dow Simpson. Sculpture: Gilbert Franklin. Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council 30th Anniversary Gala and Silent Auction exhibition, New York, NY
2002-04
The American River – National Juried & Invitational Exhibition, organized by the Great River Arts Institute, Walpole, NH, and traveling to five engagement locations:
Brattleboro Museum, Brattleboro, VT; T.W. Wood Gallery and Art Center, Montpelier, VT; Montshire Museum, Norwich, VT; Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA; and Florence Griswold Museum, Lyme, CT, for 2002 and 2003
2002
Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, Cody Museum and Buffalo Bill Historical Society, Cody, WY
1st Printmakers’ Invitational – Image and Meaning, Art Students League of Denver, Denver, CO
Random Acts of Beauty, Foothills Art Center, Golden, CO
Solace, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
2001
Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale, Cody Museum, Cody WY
Landscape Paintings, Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton Four Corners, RI
Repainting Church’s Territory, Olana, New York Studio School at the Hudson Opera House
The Landscape Show, Mary Etherington Fine Art, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
The Virginia Landscape, Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, VA
Third Annual USA Arts Exhibition, Denver, CO
2000
Celebrate Colorado Artists 2000, Denver Performing Arts Complex, Denver, CO
Illuminating Words, Singer Gallery, Denver, CO
Inaugural Fine Art Exhibition, Lakewood Cultural Center, Lakewood, CO
Knowing Limits: The Arts as Environmental Lens, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY
Memory & Change: Visions of the American West, Loveland Museum/Gallery, Loveland, CO
175th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
Rivers: The Song of Life, Foothills Art Center, Golden, CO
World Views Exhibition, Nabisco Gallery, East Hanover, NJ
Works from Nature, Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, RI
1999
Fertile Affinities: Painting/Printmaking, Only Contemporary Art Gallery, Fort Collins, CO
Green Woods and Crystal Waters, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK, traveled 1999-2000
Impressions of the Southwest, Sangre de Christo Arts Center, Pueblo, CO
World Views – Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Artist-in-Residence Program at the World Trade Center, atrium, The World Trade Center, New York, NY
1998
Collector’s Gallery XXXII, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
Inaugural Exhibition of the New Contemporary Gallery, Gerald Peters, Santa Fe, NM
Leading the West, Munson Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
173rd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
Real and Imagined, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
Realism in Contemporary Art of the American West, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY
The View from Denver, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
1997
Major Prints, Open Press, LTD., Denver, CO
Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas, traveling exhibition: Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX; Western Gallery, Bellingham, WA; Memorial Art Gallery,Rochester, NY; Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC; and, The Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1996
Art of the Garden, Lizan-Tops Gallery, East Hampton, NY
On Site, Tatistcheff-Rogers Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Richmond Spring Extravaganza, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
Surveying the Landscape, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
The Real West, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
The Landscape in Print, Handgraphics, Santa Fe, NM
Water, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY
1995
Contemporary Landscape: Topography and Imagination, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY
Landscapes: Views of the West, Broschofsky Galleries, Sun Valley, ID
Mainescapes: Women Artists, 1900-1995, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME
New Landscapes, Pfizer Corporation, New York, organized by The Art Advisory Service of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Small Works, Lizan-Tops Gallery, Easthampton, New York, NY
Summer, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY
1994
Landscapes, Suzanne Duval Gallery, Aspen, CO
1991
Eighth Annual Maplebrook Art Exhibit, Millbrook, NY
Monotypes, Graham Modern, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
1991
Selections, Graham Modern, Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y.
Smith Collects Contemporary, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
1990
Hubbard Museum Invitational, Ruidoso, NM, Soviet Union, West Germany and Japan
Landscape: Works on Paper, Graham Modern, New York, NY
New Art for the West, Eiteljorg Museum Invitational, Indianapolis, IN
Tenth Anniversary Artists of America Exhibition, Denver, CO
1989 Documenting a Moment, Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY
The Landscape Observed, Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, MD
1988
The Face of the Land, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA
1987
Artists of America, Rotary Show, Denver, CO
Boundless Realism, The Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY
Contemporary Romantic Landscape Painting, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL
Joellyn Duesberry and Yvonne Thomas, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Aspen, CO
1983
Alumnae Exhibition, DuPont Gallery, Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia, Fredericksburg, VA
1982
Hudson River Update, The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
Contemporary Realism, The Museum Gallery, New York State Council on the Arts, White Plains, NY
1979
Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY
1971
Jacques Seligman Gallery, New York, NY, Figure drawings

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2014
Jessen, Kenneth, Artist Joellyn Duesberry makes Ordinary Landscapes Extraordinary, Reporter Herald
2013
Brown, Corrine Joy, The Wind, Sun and Earth to Chronicle Images of the Urban West Colorado Expression Vol. 22
2012
Kipp, Katherine, Art Journey America: Landscapes 89 Painters’ Perspectives pgs.38/39
2011
Doherty, Steve, Elevated Perspectives on the Landscape, Plein Air Magazine, Fall
Barber-Just, Christina, The Landscape Comes to Life, Smith Quarterly Fall Online Edition
2010
Paglia, Michael, Get real with these three contemporary artists, Denver Westword, February 4, illus.
Paglia, Michael, Now Showing, Denver Westword, February 18
2008
Hamel, Ken, Joellyn Duesberry at the Museum of Outdoor Arts, Denver Arts, April 4, 2008 Denver Magazine, The Big Picture, issue 10,
April 3 – 10, 2008, illus.
Chandler, Mary Voelz. Landscape show ungrounded, Rocky Mountain News, April 17,
2008, illus.
Denver 365, Joellyn Duesberry’s The Big Picture, MacMillan, Kyle, Evolution apparent in Duesberry show, Denver Post, May 15, 2008, illus.
Logan, J. R., All season art, Buffalo Bulletin, September 24, pg 8D, illus.
American Art Collector, Joellyn Duesberry: A Passion for the Land, Leslie Levy Fine Art, Inc., November issue, pg 47, illus.
Southwest Art, Introducing the Landscapes of Joellyn Duesberry, Leslie Levy Fine Art, Inc.,November issue, pg 40
Where, Joellyn Duesberry, Leslie Levy Fine Art, Inc., November issue, pg 35, illus.
2007
Cole, Aaron, Around the World to Aurora; Capturing the ‘irreducible form’, Aurora Sentinel, Pulse, November 1 – 7, 2007 pp. 3
Sonnema, Roy, Joellyn Duesberry: The American West; Landscape Love, The Pueblo
Chieftain, pp. 1C & 3C, 1C illus.
2006
Hyatt Regency Denver Art Collection, illus #3.
Salon d’Arts Catalogue, Colorado History Museum, Denver, illus. announcement, and
pp.24-25, 55, as featured artist, with essay by Colleen Smith
Smith, Colleen, She Paints in Open Air, Denver Women Magazine, April/May, 2006, pp.88-90, illus. same.
Chandler, Mary Voelz. Western landscape artist signs on for Havu show, The Rocky
Mountain News, December 1, 2006 p. 22D, illus.
Paglia, Michael, Daniel Libeskind, Andrea Modica and Joellyn Duesberry, Denver
Westword, December 7, 2006, illus # 2.
2004
Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, Life – State of the Art, August 2004, p. 86, illus.
The Denver Art Museum: On & Off the Wall Members Magazine, July/August 2004, pp. 4-5, illus.
Chandler, Mary Voelz. Behind the Finish, The Rocky Mountain News, August 11, 2004,
pp.8D-9D, illus.
Chandler, Mary Voelz. Creativity Travels Two Routes, The Rocky Mountain News, August
13, 2004, p.16D, illus.
Paglia, Michael. Reality Shows: Contemporary Representational Art is on Tap at both
Robischon and Havu, Westword, August 26, 2004, pp. 47-48, illus. p.48.
2003
Glaser, Rose. Painting Colorado, Southwest Art Magazine, January 2003, p 79, illus. same.
Baxter, Kathleen. A River Runs Through It, American Artist, July 2003, p. 68, illus. same.
2002
Thompson, Ruthe. The Nature of Abstraction, American Artist, November, 2002, pp. 22-
29, illus. same pages.
Nott, Robert. Rendering Fear into Bliss, Pasatiempo, August 30 – September 5, 2002, pp.
24-25, illus. all pages.
2001 Gerald Peters Gallery Newsletter, Santa Fe Contemporary – Joellyn Duesberry: Points of
View, Summer,Vol. 2, No. 2, illus. p. 9.
Little, Carl, Outside Art, Maine Times, January 4-10, illus. p. 20.
Calendar: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, January/February, cover illus. and illus. pp. 2,3,6.
2000
Chandler, Mary Voelz. Nationally Recognized Artist Shows Work at Curtis Center, The Rocky Mountain News, Critic’s Choice sec., Denver, CO, February 20, 2000, sec. D, p. 13, illus.
Happenings at the Curtis Arts & Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO, February
2000, illus.
Little, Carl. Joellyn Duesberry, Maine Boats and Harbors, Eye on the Coast sec.,
June/July, pp. 32-36, w/illus.
Ellingboe, Sonya. Arts & Entertainment, Highlands Ranch Herald, February 3, p. 35, illus.
1999
King, Sarah S. Joellyn Duesberry at Gerald Peters, Art in America, July, illus. p. 103-4.
Kranz, Lori D. A Covenant of Seasons, Book Review, The Bloomsbury Review, March/April, p. 12.
Langstaff, Margie. Art is her Everything, The Villager, June 10, pp. 6-7, illus.
Staff reports, Monotypes, poems make up new William King exhibit, Kingsport Times News, Kingsport, TN, October 27, 1999.
Stroh, Mark. The Essence of Art, Style Weekly, May 18, p. 56, illus.
1998
Orion Magazine, Autumn issue, cover illus.
Bradley, Jeff. One-volume History in Encyclopedia Class, The Denver Post, Denver, CO,
November 29, 1998.
Paglia, Michael. Panoramic Views, Westword, Denver, CO, December 3 – 9, 1998, p. 59,
illus.
1997
Bradley, Jeff. Renovation at Denver Art Museum, The Denver Post, November 9, sec. H,
p. 6.
Paglia, Michael, Major Leagues, Westword, Denver, CO, May 22 – 28, 1997, p. 61, illus.
1996
Bensley, Liz. Duesberry Pares Down Vision, Getting to Bones, Pasatiempo, August 16, pp. 12, 67.
Doherty, M. Stephen. Duesberry Views at the Blum, Bar Harbor Times, August 1, sec. C, p.2.
Holliman, Cathy. Artist Duesberry Offers Her Vision of State, Bangor Daily News, August13, sec. C, pp. 1-2, illus.
Prouty, Heather. Strokes of Genius, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine, August, pp.108-9, illus.
Schreiber, Laurie. A Sense of Place at COA. The Bar Harbor Times: Encore, August 22,
sec. C, pp. 1, 8, illus.
Smith College Museum of Art Newsletter and Calendar, Autumn, 1996, new acquisition
note, on the Occasion of Class of 1966 30th reunion, illus., first fold, at right.
1995
Bensley, Liz. En Route to the Unknown, Pasatiempo, October 13-19, p.48.
Mason, Marilyn. Metaphor for Urgency, Colorado Expressions Magazine, Spring, pp. 36-
41, illus., p. 41.
Simmons, Rita. Freedom Integrated With Tradition, Southwest Art, November, p. 72-76.
1992 Joellyn Duesberry: Landscapes 1972 – 1992, Denver Art Museum – On & Off the Wall, p.4, illus., and calendar insert, illus., September.
Little, Carl. Joellyn Duesberry at Graham Modern, Art in America, March, pp. 122-123,
illus.
Mason, Marilyn. Landscape Artist Finds Her Place in Dwindling Space, The Rocky
Mountain News, Oct. 18.
Mason, Marilyn. Where Canvas Meets Spirit of Place, Christian Science Monitor,
November 9, pp. 16-17, illus.
1991
Stromholt, Hallet. Where Nothing Was and Something Happened, Christian Science
Monitor, July 30, p. 16, illus.
Dickinson, Carol. Duesberry Works in Strokes of Genius, The Rocky Mountain News,
December 16.
Whiting, Russ. Joellyn Duesberry Takes Flight with Western Pictorials. The Santa Fe New Mexican, September 7, p. 12.
1988 Eikenburg, Ensley. Artist Joellyn Duesberry: I Make It All Up As I Go Along. The Ellsworth American, ME, September 1, sec. 2, p. 1,4.
1986
Birmelin, Blair T. Joellyn Duesberry at Tatistcheff. Art in America, February, p. 132.
Parks, Stephen. Joellyn Duesberry in New Mexico. Southwest Profile, July, pp. 29-32.
Bolt, Thomas. Joellyn Duesberry. American Artist, October, pp. 48-114.
1985
Brenson, Michael. Joellyn Duesberry. The New York Times, October 18, sec. C, p. 26.
Hill, May Brawley. Joellyn Duesberry. Arts, September.
1984
Doherty, M. Stephen. Motifs for Landscape Painting, American Artist, February, pp. 54-55,illus.Moorman, Peggy. New York Reviews. Art News, March, illus., p. 223.
Proctor, Roy. Art & Life. Richmond News Leader, November 24, illus.
Merritt, Robert. Art Review. Richmond Times Dispatch, November 17.
1983
Brenson, Michael. In the Arts: Critics’ Choices. The New York Times, November 13, sec.2A, p.3.
1982
Raynor, Vivian. Pooling of Resources Produces Stimulating Success. The New York Times, February 7, sec. C, p. 16.
Aldrich, Elizabeth. Joellyn Duesberry. Art World, February, p. 1.
1971
The Art Gallery Guide, November, cover illustration

PUBLICATIONS
2012
Joellyn Duesberry: Nearing the Half Century in Maine Gleason Gallery, Portland, ME
2011
Robertson, Fell, Hite, Case & Borneman, 100 Years Up High, illus. pp.119/145
Elevated Perspective: Paintings by Joellyn Duesberry a 50 year survey, Rose Fredrick
Publications, University of New Mexico Distribution, accompanying Retrospective
at and in cooperation with the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, CO, with critical
essays by Karen Wilkin, John Walsh, Carl Little, David Curry, Blake Milteer and
Anne Daley. June 30th, 2011
2010
Twenty-Seven years of Visual Arts Residencies, Ucross Foundation, catalogue, Exhibition and publication supported by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Ucross Foundation and Nicolaysen Art Museum, p. 28, illus.
The Nagel Hall Art Collection at the University of Denver, catalogue, published by University of Denver, supported by Victoria H. Myhren Gallery, p. 21, pp. 20 – 21 illus.
2009
Joellyn Duesberry, catalogue, Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
Little, Carl, In Residence, The Island Journal, Waypoints 1984-2009, p. 66, illus.
2007
Landscapes of Colorado, Mountains and Plains, catalogue, Ann Scarlett Daley and
Michael Paglia, Fresco Fine Art Publications, p. 112, pp. 112 – 117 illus.
2003
Site Matters, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s World Trade Center Artists
Residency, 1997 – 2001, Distributed Art Publishers, Inc., New York, NY; p. 92, 93
double illus.
Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, catalogue, Buffalo Bill Historical Center/Cody Chamber of Commerce, Cody, WY; p. 29 illus.
2002
Always the Mountains, book, David Rothenberg, University of Georgia Press, Athens, GA, jacket illustration.
Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, catalogue, Buffalo Bill Historical Center/Cody Chamber of Commerce, Cody, WY; p. 39, illus.
Great American Writers, Volume 7, Marshall Cavendish Reference Books, Marshall
Cavendish Corporation, member Times Publishing Group, p. 897, illus. only.
Random Acts of Beauty: An Exhibition in Four Parts, exhibition booklet essay selected by Carol Dickinson, Director, Foothills Art Center, Golden, CO.
Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, catalogue, Buffalo Bill Historical Center/Cody Chamber of Commerce, Cody, WY; p. 57, illus.
Memory and Change, Loveland Museum, Loveland, CO, exhibit catalogue cover illus.,
pp. 2,7
2000
Joellyn Duesberry: Landscape Paintings, essay by Karen Wilkin, catalogue (navy cover),James Graham & Sons, New York, NY.
The Virginia Landscape, Kelly and Rasmussen. Virginia Historical Society, pp. 45, 185-186,
illus. p. 46, and illus. exhibit brochure back cover.
1999
AFCA News: My Favorite Piece, essay by Joellyn Duesberry, Denver Art Museum Alliance
for Contemporary Art, IV, vol. 19, Autumn, p. 4.
Green Woods and Crystal Waters, John Arthur, Philbrook Museum, Tulsa, OK, illus. p. 27.
1998
A Covenant of Seasons, book, 48 monotypes by Joellyn Duesberry with 12 poems by
Pattiann Rogers, an essay by David Park Curry, remarks by John Walsh, Roger
Mandle; Hudson Hills Press, Inc., New York City, NY.
The Artist and the American Landscape, book, John Driscoll and Arnold Skolnick, First
Glance Books, Cobb, CA, pp. 142, 162-3 double illus.
1997
Art of the Maine Islands, book by Carl Little and Arnold Skolnick, Down East Books,
Camden, ME, p. 81, illus.
Leading the West: One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, book, Donald J.
Hagerty, Northland Publishing, Flagstaff, AZ, pp. 24-25, illus.
Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas, Allen Gussow, catalogue, The Gerald
Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, p. 97, and illus. p. 88.
The View from Denver: Contemporary American Art from the Denver Art Museum,
catalogue, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, and Museum Moderner Kunst
Stiftung Ludwig Wien (MMKSLW), Vienna, Austria, p. 46-47, illus.
1996
On Site: Painting on the Road, pamphlet, Tatistcheff/Rogers, Santa Monica, CA, March,
Illus.
Ranchos: Santa Barbara Land Grant Ranchos, Ellen Easton, Companion Press and The
Easton Gallery, pp. 47, 60, 81-82.
1994
Artists of the Southwest, Clarkson Potter Publishers, New York, NY, illus.
Joellyn Duesberry: Recent Paintings and Monotypes, catalogue (ivory cover), James
Graham & Sons, New York, NY.
1992
Joellyn Duesberry: Landscapes 1972-1992, survey, exhibition brochure, Denver Art
Museum, essay by Roger Mandle, Deputy Director, National Gallery of Art,
November, illus.
1991
Joellyn Duesberry: Recent Paintings, catalogue (red cover), Graham Modern Gallery,
NY.
New Art of the West, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian Art, Indianapolis, IN, illus.
Smith Collects Contemporary, catalogue, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton,
MA, p. 27, illus.
1990
Award for Excellence, Hubbard Museum, Ruidoso, NM, catalogue, double illus.
pp. 28-29.
Joellyn Duesberry: Recent Western Paintings, catalogue (dark green cover), Gerald
Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM.
1989-1992
Women Painters, calendar, Abbeville Press, New York, NY.
1989
Women Artists, calendar, Cedco Publishing.
1988
In Praise of Women Artists, calendar, Bo-Tree Publications.
1986
Joellyn Duesberry, catalogue, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM.
1985
Joellyn Duesberry: New Paintings, catalogue, Tatischeff and Company, New York, NY.

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Acadia National Park, ME
AT&T, New York, NY
Alamo Corporation, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Archstone-Smith, Inc., Denver, CO
Bank of New York, New York, NY
Benson Minerals Group, Denver, CO
Byron White U.S. court of appeals, Denver, CO
CB Richard Ellis, New York, NY
CSX Corporation, Richmond, VA
Captiva Corporation, Denver, CO
Cargill, Inc., Minneapolis, MN
Century Association, NY
Chemical Bank, New York, NY
Citibank, New York, NY
Cody Museum, Buffalo Bill Historical Soc., Cody, WY
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, CO
Coors, Golden, CO
Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Denver University, Nagel Hall, Denver, CO
Erivan and Helga Haub Family Collection of Western Art
Ernst & Young, New York City, NY
Estee Lauder Corporation, New York, NY
First Bank of Boston, Boston, MA
Federal Courthouse, Denver, CO
General Electric, Fairfield, CT
Goddard Center for the Visual Arts, Ardmore, OK
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP
Goldman Sachs, New York, NY
Governor’s Office, Honorable John Hickenlooper, State Capitol of Colorado, Denver, CO
Greenwood Village City Hall, Greenwood Village, CO
Grunthal and Company, New York, NY
HBO, Atlanta, GA
Hand Surgery Associates, P.C.
Holme, Roberts & Owen, LLP, Denver, CO
Horned Dorset Art Colony, NY
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
Hyatt Grand Aspen Resort, Aspen, CO
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO
Kaiser Permanente, Denver, CO
Kinder Morgan Management, LLC., Denver, CO
Lehman Brothers, New York, NY
Loveland Museum/Gallery, CO
Madden Museum of Art, Greenwood Village CO
Marsh & McClennan, New York, NY
Mayor’s Office, Honorable Guillermo V. Vidal, City and County Building, Denver, CO
Mobil Oil Corporation, Houston, TX
Moulin à Nef in Auvillar, France
Murray Hill Place, Inc., New York, NY
Nevada Bank, Las Vegas, NV
Northwestern Mutual, Denver, CO
Otis Elevator, Hartford, CT
Petros and White, Denver, CO
Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Industries, Pittsburgh, PA
R.J. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, NC
Reader’s Digest, Pleasantville, NY
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Visitor Center, Morrison, CO
Roaring Fork Club, Basalt, CO
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
Routt Memorial Hospital, Steamboat Springs, CO
St. Paul Companies, St. Paul, MN
Schroeder Bank, New York, NY
Security Pacific Bank, Los Angeles, CA
Shearson Lehman, New York, NY
Sherman Sterling, New York, NY
Simpson Thatcher, New York, NY
Smith College Museum, Northampton, MA
Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC
Southeast Banking Corporation, Miami, FL
Spring Island Trust, Beaufort, SC
State Department Art Bank, Washington, DC
The Little Nell Corporation, Aspen, CO
Time Warner, Inc., New York, NY
Top Rock Liquidity Fund, LLC. Denver, CO
Tupperware International, Kissimmee, FL
Union Capital Corporation, New York, NY
University of Richmond Museum, VA
U. S. Insurance Group, Morristown, NJ
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service Museum, Washington, DC
Valley Bank of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV
Vail Mountain Lodge and Spa, Vail, CO
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst VA
Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction, CO
Whiskeytown State Park, CA