Star Quilt, private collection, Boston
CANDY NARTONIS
3706 Pershing Avenue SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
617-851-8151
candynartonis@gmail.com

SELECTED ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2013 Candy Nartonis: Unique Prints, Muskat Gallery, Somerville, MA, May 18-June 29
2011 The Subject is Not the Object, Hammond, Boston, MA, October 17-April 17
Candy Nartonis Up Front: 30 Years in Boston, Laconia Gallery, Boston, MA, June 3-July 31
2008 Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine
2002 Fletcher/Priest Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts
2001 Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
2000 Simmons College, Boston
1999 Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
University Place Art Center, Lincoln, Nebraska
Fletcher/Priest Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts
1997 Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon
1996 Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis Missouri
1995 Alexa Lee Gallery, Ann Arbor, Michigan
1994 Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon
Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis Missouri
1993 Fletcher/Priest Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts
1991 Mary Ryan Gallery, New York
1990 Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis Missouri
1989 Mary Ryan Gallery, New York
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon
1988 Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis Missouri


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015 Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay, curated by Emily Arthur, Marwin Begaye and John Hitchcock, Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, St. Augustine, FL, Jan. 16-Feb. 28. Wright Museum, Beloit College, Beloit WI, March-April 2015 www.reridinghistory.org/
2014 Conjunction-Reduction, curated by Chuck Lathrop, Downtown Contemporary Gallery, Albuquerque, May 30-July 18
Muskat Studios: The First 20, Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville, MA, Jan. 26-March 8

Palate to Plate, Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI September-December
2013 Marerra (Wood), curated by Val Hollingsworth, Downtown Contemporary Gallery, Albuquerque, March
Rubber Tomahawks, Leich Lathrop Gallery, Albuquerque, June
Strata: a GARPS exhibition, Harwood Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, September 6-26
2012 thINK, Boston Printmakers Members Exhibition, University of New Orleans-St. Claude Gallery (UNO-St. Claude) for the 2012 Southern Graphics Conference, March 16-April
2011 States of the State: A contemporary Survey of American Printmaking, Venice, Summer, 2011
From Here to There: Printmaking Works by GARPS, William Platz Gallery, Southwest University of Visual Arts, Albuquerque, NM, June 3-30
Circle of Print: An International group of Printmakers, Portfolio, IMPACT 7, Australia
Pond, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, June
2010 Pattern and repetition: with Diane Ayott, Kristina Bell DiTullo and Sarah Sutro, Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, MA, Opens September 7
Tamarind Touchstones: Fabulous at Fifty, 50th anniversary exhibit, University of New Mexico Art Museum, catalog, opens September 10, 2010
thINK, Boston Printmakers Members show, Huntsville Museum, Huntsville, AL, Dec. 19, 2010-Feb, 27, 2011
thINK (a small section including my work), Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, Iowa, September 11- October 11
“Tamarind Touchstones: Fabulous at Fifty,” 50th anniversary exhibit, University of New Mexico Art Museum, catalog, opens September 10
150 x 150, Laconia Gallery, Boston MA, April 30-May 20
Summer Group show, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, June-October
2009 New England Impressions III: The Unique Print, curated by Dorothy Thompson, Concord Art Association, Concord, MA, March 21-May 3
Muskat Studios Small Works Show Number Six: Jennifer Erbe, Carolyn Muskat, Candy Nartonis, Jennifer Percel, and Debra Olin, Somerville, MA, Dec. 4, 2009 to Jan. 30, 2010
2008 Varied Voices, a 2007 suite of 18 original prints by artists from across the country, Denver Contemporary Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, April-June
Works on Paper, Lynn Arts, Bryan McFarlane, juror, Lynn, Massachusetts, February – March
Pocahontas Meets Hello Kitty, Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, January – February and Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, April
Collaboration, Module 7 Gallery, Tay Ho, Hanoi, Vietnam, Opens January 11
Cultural Exchange Print Show, Hanoi, Vietnam, January
Varied Voices, Print and Drawing gallery, University of Miami, January – February
Pocahontas Meets Hello Kitty Print Portfolio, Southwest School of Art and Craft in San Antonio, TX, Navarro Campus Lobby, November 15, 2007 - January 13
2007 Pocahontas Meets Hello Kitty, The University of North Florida Gallery, Florida, Jan.11-Feb. 15
2006 Pocahontas Meets Hello Kitty, Purdue University, October 15-November 30 and University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, November-December, 2007, INKLANDIA: an international print exhibition, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 30 October - November 10
Echoes of China, Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville MA May 18-June 24
City Women: Boston Community Artists, juried by Cecelia Levin, Gallery at the Piano Factory, Boston, MA, February
New Landscape: The Boston Printmakers Members’ Show, Juried by Katherine French, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA, January 29-April 2
2005 5
th Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition 2005, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT, April -May
Transformations, juried by Arthur Dion, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown MA, September-October
The Boston Printmakers 2005 North American Print Biennial, 808 Gallery, Boston University, Boston, MA, February-March
Botanicals, Muskat Studios, Somerville MA, February-April
2004 Time Remembered/Time Past, The Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA, May-Sept.
The Tile Project, Trans-Cultural Exchange, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Finland, France, Germany, India, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, The Philippines, Romania, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Vietnam, the United States.
"Revisiting” with Jim Cole, Philip Wooley, David Mann, Tom Reed, Arthur Osver, Victoria McAlister, Ernestine Betsberg, Ken Worley, Peter Marcus, Andrew Mockler, Ahzad Bogosian, Mary Ann Strandell, Elliot Smith Contemporary Art, St. Louis, March-April.
2003 First Exhibition, Arthur Hill Gallery, Boston, September
Print Show, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, September
Brewster Project: Cabinet of Curiosities, organized by Mary Sherman, Brewster, Long Island NY, Summer
Group exhibition new work: Ernestine Betsberg, Elaine Blatt, Joan Hall, Billy Hassell, Peter Marcus, Cynthia Nartonis, Arthur Osver, Tom Reed, Michael Swisher and Ken Worley, Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis,July 25-September 6
“Somewhere Between the Abstract and the Object” with Jennifer Erbe, Roberta
Delaney, Abigail Norman, and Raurene Krasny Brown, Muskat Gallery, Somerville MA, March-May
“Print Show: Printmakers from the NE and Canada” Francesca Anderson Fine Art
Lexington MA February-March
“Works by Women from the Collection of the BPL” curated by Sinclair Hitchings, Boston
Public Library, Boston April 3-May 27
The Boston Printmakers North American Print Biennial, Boston University, Boston,
Feb. 23-April 6
“The Print Cabinet: SGC Boston 2003 Organizing Committee” Sarah Hutt and Michael
David, Curators, The Mayor’s Gallery, City Hall, Boston, March 24-May 3
“Small Prints: A Boston Printmakers Members Show” Boston Arts Academy Gallery,
Boston, March 26-April 30
2002 “Snapshot,” Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland OR, October-December
“Visions of Nature,” Elliot Smith Contemporary Art, St. Louis, July/August
“The Drawing Show,” Juror Bill Arning, Mills Gallery, BCA, Boston, Dec. 15 to Feb. 10, 2002.
“Contemporary Print Expo,” Elliot Smith Contemporary Art, St. Louis Dec. 7 to Jan. 10, 2002
“150 x 150,” The Gallery @ Green Street, Boston, September
“Re-Interpreting the Masters,” a juried exhibition, Fletcher/Priest, Worcester, MA, November-January 2002
2001 “Prints and Drawings”, MPG, Boston, December
“Small Works,” Jules Place, Boston, December
“The Forest, The Trees,” Elliot Smith Contemporary Art, St. Louis, June-September
“Simmons Collects,” Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, September-October
“Small Works,” Muskat Studio, Boston, March
“Boston Printmakers’ North American Print Exhibition,” 808 Gallery, Boston University, February - April
“Workshop Traditions: Printmaking in Boston since 1960,” Boston University Art Gallery, February – April
Turtle Gallery, Dear Isle, Maine, Summer
2000 “150 x 150,” The Gallery @ Green Street, Boston, December 1 - 6
“Group Show,” Fletcher-Priest Gallery, Worcester, MA, Nov. 2000 to Jan. 2001
“Views from the Press,” University Place Art Center, Lincoln, Nebraska, August 4 - 31
“Paperworks: Fifty Years of Contemporary Art on Paper,” Magnifico! Albuquerque Festival of the Arts, New Mexico, with Christopher Brown, Squeak Carnwath, Roy DeForest, Lesley Dill, Brice Marden, Wes Mills, Dan Rizzie, Richard Serra, Bill Thompson, Sean Scully, Emmi Whitehorse, and others, March 4-31
“Artists Book and Print Show,” Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, August 20 - September 30
“White on Black,” Jules Place, Boston, August 16 – September 10
“Prints,” Francesca Anderson Fine Art, Lexington, Massachusetts, March 11 - April 15
“Art from the heart,” Rosie’s Place, Fairmont Copley Hotel, Boston, February 11
1999 “Black and White: Boston Printmakers Group Show,” Federal Reserve Bank Gallery, Boston, from October 7
“The Boston Printmakers Biennial 1999,” 808 Gallery, Boston University, March 7 - April 3
1997 Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October
“Incidental Grandeur,” Mills Gallery, Boston, August 27-October 26
“Old & New,” Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, August 17-31
“The Garden,” Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico, with Margo Humphrey, Roberto Juarez, Dan Rizzie, Donald Sultan, and others, June
“Fiftieth Anniversary North American Print Exhibition,” Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, sponsored by The Boston Printmakers, March 2-29
“Monoprints,” Miller Block Gallery, Boston, February 15-March 18
1996 “Printmakers ‘96,” The Pittsburgh Print Group, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, juried by Carol Pulin, November 1-December 12
1995 “Monomania,” Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts
“Great Art,” with Chris Brown, Squeak Carnwath and others, Fletcher/Priest Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts, January 1 - February 18
“New Work,” Gallery Mourlot, Boston, with Michael David, Anthony Fisher and Patty Stone, January
1994 “Pleasures from the Garden,” Pfizer, Inc. Gallery, New York, New York, curated by the Museum of Modern Art, Art Advisory Service, New York, with David True, Robert Kushner, Frank Majore, Mike Glier and others, Spring
“The Studio Show,” curated by Vincent Marasa, Wen - Ti Tsen, Marilyn Richardson, and Carole Anne Meehan, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, September
“Creativity at the press,” curated by Bob Rhoades, with Joan Snyder, Eric Fischl, Bryan Hunt, Sam Francis, Sol Lewitt and others, Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, California, October 8 - 20
“Presswork, The Art of Women Printmakers,” Portsmouth Museum, Portsmouth, Virginia, curated by Ellen Frautschi Johnson, with Ida Applebroog, Jennifer Bartlett Janet Fish, Helen Frankenthaller, Nancy Graves, Mary Heilmann, Nancy Spero, Pat Steir, Elizabeth Murray, Joan Mitchell, and others, December 19, 1993 - January 30, 199; traveled to Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri, August 28 - October 9, catalog.
“10th Anniversary Show,” Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, September
1993 “All About Boats,” Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, July 9 - August 29
“Deus Fecundus,” Fletcher/Priest Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts
“Presswork, The Art of Women Printmakers,” The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, curated by Ellen Frautschi Johnson
1992 “At the Edge II,” Del Rio Council Gallery, Del Rio, Texas, curated by Wendy Weitman, with Peter Brooke, Rebecca Friedman, Kim Bauer and others, March 2 - 27, traveled
“11, A Group Exhibition,” Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, with Bourgeois, Wilwarth, Raushenberg, Gornick, Hodgkin, Kruger and others, October 1 - 24
“Alumni Exhibition,” Sesquicentennial Celebration Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, Summer
“Presswork, The Art of Women Printmakers,” University Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, curated by Ellen Frautschi Johnson, with Ida Applebroog, Jennifer Bartlett Janet Fish, Helen Frankenthaller, Nancy Graves, Mary Heilmann, Nancy Spero, Pat Steir, Elizabeth Murray, Joan Mitchell, and others, January 9 - March 14, traveled to Elvehjem Museum of Art, Madison, Wisconsin, June 21 - August 16, catalog
1991 “Of Nature and the Human Spirit,” Daniel Saxon Gallery, Los Angeles, with Rupert Garcia, Luis Serrano and others, January 11 - February 9
“Presswork, The Art of Women Printmakers,” The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., curated by Ellen Frautschi Johnson, with Ida Applebroog, Jennifer Bartlett Janet Fish, Helen Frankenthaller, Nancy Graves, Mary Heilmann, Nancy Spero, Pat Steir, Elizabeth Murray, Joan Mitchell, and others, September 24 - December 1, traveling show, catalog
“People - Places - Things,” Elliot Smith Gallery, St. Louis, with Joseph Piccillo and others, June 14 - July 21
“Of Nature and the Human Spirit II,” Daniel Saxon Gallery, Los Angeles, with John Valadez, Rachel Paxton, Gronk, Rupert Garcia and others, July 12 - August 31
“At the Edge II,” Wichita Falls Art Gallery, Wichita Falls, Texas, curated by Wendy Weitman, with Peter Brooke, Rebecca Friedman, Kim Bauer and others, January 1 - 31, traveled
“43
rd North American Print Exhibition,” DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, curated by Ruth E. Fine, with Aline Feldman, Karen Kunc, Sidney Hurwitz and others, April 20 - June 9
1990 “At the Edge II,” Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas, curated by Wendy Weitman, with Peter Brooke, Rebecca Friedman, Kim Bauer and others, August 4 - September 2, traveled.
“Voyages of the Modern Imagination, The Boat in Contemporary Art,” Farnsworth Museum, Rockland, Maine, curated by Chris Crossman, with Andrew Wyeth, Carroll Todd, John Ruppert and others, August - September
“At the Edge II,” Lon Morris College Gallery, Jacksonville, Texas, October 7 - November 2; Wichita Falls Art Association, January 7 – February 2; The Nave Museum, Victoria Texas, September 13 – November 4; Grayson County College, Denison, Texas, October 1 – 20; Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, November 12 – December 16; Cultural Activities Center, Temple, Texas, November 27 – December 21; curated by Wendy Weitman, with Peter Brooke, Rebecca Friedman, Kim Bauer and others
“Selected Screen Prints,” Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, with J. Gilbert-Rolfe, Alex Katz, Lee Krasner, Robert Mangold, Jennifer Bartlett and others, January 17 - February 10
1989 “Prints and Process, History of American Prints,” University of Hawaii, Honolulu
“Monoprints/Monotypes, Images by Twenty Contemporary Artists,” University of Maine Museum of Art, Orono, Maine, curated by Guest Curator, Mia Feroleto, with Lynda Benglis, Richard Bosman, Eric Fischl, Yvonne Jacquette, Michael Mazur and others, February 20 - March 28, catalog
“At the Edge,” Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas, February 11 – March 12; Union Gallery, Austin, Texas, September 5 – 29; Shore Gallery, Abilene, Texas, October 5 – 29; curated by Barry Walker, with Eric Avery, Dan Rizzie, Maggi Brown, Paul Manes and others, catalog.


SELECTED REVIEWS & ARTICLES

McQuaid, Cate, “Candy Nartonis: Up Front” Boston Globe, July, 2011
Candy Nartonis, “Sweeping Gesures, Moments in Ink,” Contemporary Impressions: The Journal of the American Print Alliance, 302 Larkspur Turn, Peachtree City, GA 30269-2210, Volume 19, #1, Summer 2011
Connections with Cuban Printmakers: Part 2, Experience and Excitement, by Marjorie Javan and Candy Nartonis, Contemporary Impressions, Vol. 18, #2, Winter 2010
Connections with Cuban Printmakers: Part 1, History and Teaching, by Marjorie Javan and Candy Nartonis, Contemporary Impressions, Vol. 18 #1, Summer, 2010
McQuaid, Cate, “The Boston Printmakers: Echoes of China” Boston Globe, Thursday, June 15, 2006
Rodriquez, Linda, “Woman and The City,” Juried by Cecelia Levin, South End News, (Feb. 16, 2006)
Brundage, Brita, “Shrunken Prints,” The Fairfield County Weekly, (April 21, 2005)
Joanne Silver, “Drawing Attention,” Boston Herald, (January 4, 2002), pp. 55-56
Richard, Foster, “Great art knows no color,” South End News, (August 24, 2000), pp. 19, 22
Tamarind Institute 1998 catalog
McQuaid, Cate, “Memorable gallery shows of the past year,”
Boston Globe, (January 1, 1998)
Millis, Christopher, “Incidental Grandeur,”
Artsmedia, (October, 1997), p. 23
McQuaid, Cate, “Grandeur: Building on Ideas of Home,”
Boston Globe, (October 15, 1997), p. C6
Millis, Christopher, “BCA bucks trend with quirky show,”
South End News [Boston], (September 11, 1997), pp. 16, 20
Hill, Shawn, “The Michael David factor,”
Bay Windows [Boston], (February 27, 1997), pp. 33, 38
Art in Embassies: American Embassy, Cairo, Egypt 1997 catalog, pp. 14, 18
Chase, Alyssa, “Flower Power,”
Riverfront Times [St. Louis], (December 11-17, 1996), p. 67
Duffy, Robert W, “Crafting an Understanding of the Past,”
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, (October 5, 1996), p. 26.
Austin, April, “Art’s Longing for Connectedness,”
The Christian Science Monitor, (Friday, October 4, 1996), pp. 10-11.
Millis, Christopher, “South End artists shine at A Street, Regalia,”
South End News [Boston], (April 4, 1996), p. 16
Cantu, John Carlos, “Passages’ exhibition...”
Ann Arbor [Michigan] News, (December 24, 1995), p. E7
Carlock, Marty, “’Monomania’ hits Clark Gallery,”
Wayland/Weston Town Crier [Weston, Massachusetts], (July 20, 1995), p.21
Stapen, Nancy, “Art black and white but rich in color,”
The Boston Globe, (January 19, 1995)
Wisneski, Kurt,
Monotype/Monoprint: History and Techniques, (Ithaca, New York: Bullbrier Press, 1995), p.103
McQuaid, Cate, “Best of Boston,”
South End News [Boston], (September 15, 1994), pp. 13-14
Heartney, Eleanor,
Presswork, The Art of Women Printmakers, catalog for the exhibition at The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., (Lang Communications, 1991), p. 25.
Feroleto, Mia,
Monoprints/Monotypes, catalog for the exhibition at the Museum of Art, University of Maine, Orono, Maine, (February 1989), p. 21
Fine, Ruth E.,
The Boston Printmakers, 43rd, catalog for the exhibition at the DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, (April 1991)
Carlock, Marty, “Unique ‘Monomania’ at Clark offers different take on monoprints,”
Lincoln Journal [Lincoln, Massachusetts], (July 13, 1995), p.9
Gragg, Randy, “Visual Arts,”
The Oregonian [Portland, Oregon], (December 29, 1995)
Duffy, Robert W., “Intensity, Voluptuousness,”
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, (December 8, 1994)
Temin, Christine, “Art’s immediacy is palpable at BCA,”
The Boston Globe, (September 14, 1994)
Hansen, Trudy,
Presswork, The Art of Women Printmakers, catalog for the exhibition at The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., (Lang Communications, 1991), p. 25
Posner, Corinna, “Fletcher/Priest Gallery/Worcester, Cynthia Nartonis,”
Art New England, February/March, 1994, p. 60
Pulin, Carol, “Presswork, The Art of Women Printmakers,”
Woman’s Art Journal. (Laverock, Pennsylvania, Spring/Summer, 1993), pp. 54 – 55
Marxsen, Patti M, “Farnsworth Museum Features Boats, Real And Imagined,”
Camden Herald [Maine], (August 30, 1990), p.20
Oleson, J.R., “Visual Arts,”
American Statesman [Austin, Texas], (August 11, 1990)
Smith, Mark, “At the Edge Reveals Intimate Traces of the Artist’s Hand,”
American-Statesman [Austin, Texas], (February 16, 1989), pp. D2-D3
Sackett, Schuyler, “One Norway Street,” interview,
Channel 68 WQTV [Boston], (June19, 1989)
Wolff, Theodore F., “Mastering the Monoprint,”
The Christian Science Monitor [Boston], (January 24, 1989)
Rice, Nancy, “Absence of Figures is a Key to Monoprints,”
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, (June 25, 1988)
Harris, Paul, “Nartonis’ Monoprints Subdued Still Lifes,”
Suburban Journal [St. Louis], (June, 1988)


SELECTED PRIVATE & PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Alsopp McKinley, New York
Ameritech Publishing Corporation, Chicago
Anderson Brothers, New York
AT&T, New York, St. Louis
AT&T Information Systems, Chicago
Atlantic Companies, Chicago
Bain Associates, Boston
Ballinger Design Associates, Indianapolis
Bank of the North West, Portland OR
Baxter - Travenol, Chicago
Berkshire Partners, Atlanta and Boston
Burlington Northern Corporation
Barnes Hospital, St. Louis
Boston Public Library Print Collection, Boston
Boston Consulting Group, Atlanta
Brodeur Worldwide, Boston
Byers Corporation, New York
Canadian Imperial Bank, Chicago
Chaloner Associates, Boston
Champion International Corporation
Citibank, N. A., Long Island City, New York
Clapp, Kieffer & Associates, Chicago
Cognos, Burlington MA
Commerce Bank, St. Louis
County Banks of St. Louis
Davis, Fenton, Stange, Darling, Lincoln, Nebraska
Denver Art Museum, Denver
Dresser Industries, Chicago
R. G. Edwards, Inc., St. Louis
Federal Reserve Bank, Boston
Fidelity Investments, Boston
Field Container Corporation, Chicago
Finnegan IP, Boston
Finnegan/Henderson, Boston
First National Bank, St. Louis
Fuller Brokerage, Chicago
The Gardener, Berkeley, California
GNP Commodities, Chicago
Griffin, Kubrick, Stephens & Thompson, Chicago
Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette University, Salem, Oregon
Hangzhou Art Academy, Hangzhou, China
The Heathman Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Heinhold Commodities, Chicago
Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa
Hilton Hotel, St. Louis and Portland, Oregon
IBM, Atlanta, Omaha, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Wichita
John Hancock Tower, Boston
Johnson, Cusak & Bell, Chicago
Joint Commission of Accreditation of Hospitals, Chicago
Lang Communications, New York
Levanthal and Horvath, St. Louis
Leggat McCall Properties, Boston
Mark Twain Banks, St. Louis
MCI, St. Louis
McDourgal, Littell & Corporation, Chicago
McKinley Allsopp, New York
Marsh and McClennen, Accountants, Tulsa, Boston
Marshall - Erdman and Associates
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
Microsoft, Inc., Redmond, Washington
Morrison, Hecker, Kuder and Perrish, Kansas City
National Boulevard Bank, Chicago
Plaza Motors - Mercedes Benz, St. Louis
Principia College, Elsah, Illinois
Prudential Insurance Co., Prudential - Bache, Chicago
Putnam Investments, Boston and Norwood
Reader’s Digest, Plainsfield, New Jersey and Pleasantville, New York
Rockford Mutual Insurance Company, Rockford, Illinois
Rolm Corporation, Chicago
Reuben - Proctor, Chicago
Shearson/American Express, Chicago
Simmons College, Boston
Six Flags Corporation, Chicago
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom, New York
State of Missouri, Jefferson City
Sweet Briar College Art Gallery, Sweet Briar, VA
Swiss Volksbank, New York
Symmetric Capital, Boston
Texaco, New York
Turku Art Museum, Turku, Finland
University of Colorado, Special Collection, Boulder, Colorado
University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
University Art Museum, Univ. of Maine, Orono, Maine
University of New Mexico Museum
University of New Mexico Hospital, Albuquerque
USAA, San Antonio
US State Department, Washington, DC
Verenium, Boston
Wilman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon, Attorneys, Chicago
Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Zimmerlie Art Museum, Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ