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Exhibitions and Shows
 
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Halifax, Nova Scotia
November 1995 to January 1996
Far and Wide", VANS 20th Anniversary Show, Visual Arts Nova Scotia, all juried show. Artist's work was a large watercolor, "Sunday Changeover", 1994.

Shambhala Center
of Halifax, Nova Scotia
May 28 to June 27, 1997
"Higher than the Birds can Fly", one-person show 10 watercolors and 16 mixed media drawings of the Nepalese Himalayas in celebration of the spirit of Buddhism and the artist's personal investigation of the Mount Everest Region. 1996.

Parks Gallery
Taos, New Mexico
June 26 to July 16, 1999
"Pushing the Medium", watercolor landscapes by Robert Parker and three other artists. 25 mixed media works including plein aire paintings of the Taos Region, New Mexico, and Southern Colorado. Robert Parker was the feature artist. 1998/99.

Centinel Bank
of Taos, New Mexico
August 3 to September 29, 1999
"Higher than the Birds can Fly", one-person show 22 watercolors and mixed media drawings of the Nepalese Himalayas in celebration of the spirit of Buddhism and the artist's personal investigation of the Mount Everest Region. 1996.

The Stables Art Gallery
Taos Art Association
Taos, New Mexico
October 22 to December 5, 1999
"Works on Paper", all juried show of paintings, monotypes, prints, photographs, drawings, and mixed media works. Artist's works in the show were two monotypes; "Under the Esplanade, No. 1", and "Under the Esplanade, No. 2". 1999.

The Stables Art Gallery
Taos Art Association
Taos, New Mexico
December 11, 1999 to January 23, 2000
"Small Works", all juried show of paintings, monotypes, prints, photographs, drawings, and mixed media works. Artist's works in the show were five monotypes; "Solitude of Self No's. 1, 2, 3, 4,5". 2000

Home of Robert Parker
and Deborah McLean
Taos, New Mexico
February 5,6, 2000
"Class Act I, 2000", all juried show of prints from 15 artists who have printed with master printer, Jennifer Lynch of Lynch Press, Taos, New Mexico. Artist's works were "Markings No's. 5, 6, 7, 8"; monotypes. 2000.

The College of Santa Fe
Santa Fe, New Mexico
March 10 to 19, 2000
"Monothon 14", all juried show of prints from artists in Monothon 14, sponsored by the College of Santa Fe. Artist's work was "Southern Cross"; monoprint. 2000.

Malca Fine Art
New York, New York
April 18, 2000
"An Evolutionary Exhibition: Monoprints", an open group show of monoprints by a number of artists who prepared monoprints at Malca Fine Art , 2000

Dallas Art Museum
Dallas, Texas
May 6,7, 2000
"New Mexico and Texas Artist", an invited show of artists from New Mexico and Texas at the Dallas Art Museum. Artist’s works were a series of watercolors mixed media pieces, and monoprints. 1994- 2000.

The Stables Art Gallery
Taos Art Association
Taos, New Mexico
May 12 to July 9, 2000
"Best of Taos, No Boundaries, No Barriers". All juried show. Works exhibited were three collagraphic prints from "Stone Works", a portfolio of prints based on ancient sites of Peru and Bolivia. 2000

Galeria Arriba
Abiqui, New Mexico
September 29 to October 30, 2000
"Harmonics", an invitational two-person show. Works exhibited were pastels based on the landscapes and ancient textiles of Peru and Bolivia. 41 works were in the show.

Parks Gallery
Taos, New Mexico
December 2000 to March 2001
“Stone Works”, a collection of 37 collagraphic prints from landscape images and ancient Inca sites of Bolivia and Peru. Folio Edition of 3, 2001

Site Santa Fe
Santa Fe, New Mexico
March 9 to 15, 2001

“Monothon 15”, two monoprints entitled “Snow Light” and “Snow Darkness”, 2000

Foothills Art Center
Golden, Colorado
July 13 to August 25, 2002

“Taos Art Today, Northern New Mexico Prints” Invitational show of printmakers. Artist’s prints in the show were three prints titled “Aequus I, II, III, Based on the aftermath of September 11, 2001.

Harwood Museum Salon Event
Taos, New Mexico
July 18, 2004
“Prints and Their Makers”, Invitational show of 11 printmakers from Taos. Artist’s prints were Kartchner Edition I, II, III and Kartchner Edition Noir, Monoprints, 2004

The Stables Art Gallery
Taos Art Association
Taos, New Mexico
September, 2005
Invitational Group Fall Arts Show. Artist’s work were two paintings; Interference Light 2 and 3: Oil on handmade paper.

 
Artists Works in Collections The artist has works in many private collections throughout the United States and Canada.
 

 
Institutional and Corporate Collections
United States State Department
Washington DC
Mexican Embassy
“Hot Night Smoke” and “New Year’s Stage”, two watercolor and pencil works on handmade paper, 1999