Linda MacNeil Sculptural jewelry in glass and metal

 

CHRONOLOGY AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

This exhibition history is based upon information provided by the artist and by research gathered from public and private archives. While all efforts have been made to verify the information, in some cases it was not possible to confirm details.

1954 Born Framingham, Massachusetts
EDUCATION
1972–73 Philadelphia College of Art
1973–74 Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
1976 BFA Rhode Island School of Design, Providence AWARDS/RECOGNITION
1979 Massachusetts Artist Fellowship in Crafts
1984 National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists’ Fellowship, Crafts
2001 The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Award for Excellence in Jewelry/Metalwork Coalition of Artists and Collectors Second Annual “Artist as Hero” Award, National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia (with Dan Dailey)
2011 James Renwick Alliance, Master of the Medium, Metal/Jewelry
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1976 Studio Assistant, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine
1981 Lecture, Boston Glass Works Lecture, Glass Art Society Conference, Seattle Visiting Artist, Boston University, School of Artisanry
1982 Visiting Artist, Pilchuck School of Glass, Stanwood, Washington
1985 Lecture, “British Artists in Glass Conference,” West Surrey College of Art and Design, Farnham, West Surrey, England (with Dan Dailey)
1986 Lecture, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence (with Dan Dailey)
1989 Lecture, Miasa Bunka Center, Japan (with Dan Dailey)
1999 Participant, Waterford Crystal International Glass Workshop, Kilbarry, Ireland (with Dan Dailey)
2000 Lecture, The New York Times InsideCulture Club, “SOFA New York 2000: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art” (with Dan Dailey) Lecture, Paul Mellon Arts Center Gallery, Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, Connecticut (with Dan Dailey)
2001 Lecture, Beverly Hills Forum Series, Beverly Hills, California (with Dan Dailey) Lecture, South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, Massachusetts (with Dan Dailey) Lecture, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia
2002 Artists’ panel, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (with Dan Dailey and others)
2003 Lecture, Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, North Carolina
2009 Lecture, Memorial Art Gallery—University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
2013 Lecture and Visiting Artist, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia
2011–14 Exhibitions Chair, American Jewelry Design Council, Hermitage, Pennsylvania
2011 ongoing Member, American Jewelry Design Council, Hermitage, Pennsylvania
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
1976 Newton Free Library, Newton Corner, Massachusetts, Dan Dailey/ Linda MacNeil
1979 Ten Arrow Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Glass Jewelry Combined with Precious Metals
1980 Julie: Artisans’ Gallery, New York, Glass and Metal Hand Mirrors
1981 Habatat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, Pyramidal Vessels (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey) (exh. brochure)
1983 David Bernstein Gallery, Boston Kurland/Summers Gallery, Los Angeles
1984 Habatat Galleries, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1985 Heller Gallery, New York, Glass Sculpture (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1986 Anne O’Brien Gallery, Washington, DC, Constructed Vessels and Jewelry
1987 Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia, Contemporary Jewelry 1988 Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia
1991 Riley Hawk Galleries, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1993 Riley Hawk Galleries, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1995 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey) Vespermann Gallery, Atlanta, Special Collection of Linda MacNeil Glass Necklaces (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1995–96 Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, California (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1996 Riley Hawk Galleries, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, New Work (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1997 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, New Work (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1998 Riley Hawk Galleries, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
1999 Riley Hawk Galleries, Kirkland, Washington The Art Center in Hargate, St. Paul’s School, Concord, New Hampshire, Dan Dailey and Linda MacNeil: Art in Glass and Metal (exh. cat. and video)
2000 Paul Mellon Arts Center Gallery, Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, Connecticut, Jewelry (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
2001 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey) Riley Hawk Galleries, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, and Kirkland, Washington, Joint Exhibition: Dan Dailey, The Expressive Figure/ Solid Gold & Precious Jewelry of Linda MacNeil South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, Massachusetts, Art in Glass & Metal: Dan Dailey and Linda MacNeil (exh. brochure)
2003 Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, North Carolina, Sculptural Radiance: The Jewelry & Objects of Linda MacNeil
2005 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, Linda MacNeil: Glass & Gold (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
2007 Hawk Galleries, Columbus, Ohio (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
2009 Habatat Galleries, Tysons Corner, Virginia (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey) SOFA West: Santa Fe 2009: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Dan Dailey at Scott Jacobson Gallery) (exh. cat.)
2010 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Recent Jewelry (exh. brochure) Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Elements of Style: The Sculptural Jewelry of Linda MacNeil (exh. brochure)
2011 Habatat Galleries, West Palm Beach, Florida, New Body of Work by Dan Dailey and Linda MacNeil
2012 Dane Gallery, Nantucket, Massachusetts, Floral Jewelry: Glass and Precious Metal Jewelry
2013 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Brooches (exh. brochure) Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto (parallel solo show for Dan Dailey)
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
1975 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Contemporary Crafts of the Americas (exh. cat.) Cooperstown Art Association, New York, 40th Annual Art Exhibition
1976 Bruce Gallery, Edinboro State College, Edinboro, Pennsylvania, Annual National Art Competition 1976 Intent: Jewelry/Metal Cooper & French Gallery, Newport, Rhode Island, Illuminated Glass Lever House, New York (organized by Sterling Silversmiths Guild of America), Statements in Sterling: 1976 Sterling Silver Design Competition The Grover M. Hermann Fine Arts Center, Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio, Marietta College Crafts National ’76 (exh. cat.)
1977 Obelisk Gallery, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, Three Jewelers 1977–79 The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina (with The Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Crafts Council, New York), Young Americans: Fiber, Wood, Plastic, Leather (exh. cat.; traveled to Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans; Huntington Galleries, Huntington, West Virginia; Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, Florida; The Norton Gallery School of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; The Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York; The Iowa Art Center, Ames; Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee)
1978 Saenger Center, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, The Saenger National Jewelry and Small Sculpture Exhibit (exh. cat). The Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, Connecticut, National Metalsmiths Invitational (exh. cat.) Theo Portnoy Gallery, New York, Jewelry by Gallery Artists (exh. brochure)
1979 Art Gallery, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, Metalworks Invitational 1979 (exh. cat.) Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia The Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Philadelphia Craft Show (exh. brochure) Rockwell Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Clay, Fiber, Metal, Wood, Toys The Craftsman’s Gallery, Scarsdale, New York, Art Deco Influence in Contemporary American Crafts The Works Gallery, Southampton, New York, Art Glass ’79 Worcester Craft Center and the Artists Foundation, Worcester, Massachusetts, Mass. Craft Fellowships
1980 Huntington Galleries, Huntington, West Virginia, 1980 Glass Art Society Exhibition Catalogue: New American Glass: Focus West Virginia (exh. cat.) Gallery of the Center for Music, Drama, and Art, Lake Placid, New York (organized for the XIII Olympic Winter Games by the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, for the National Fine Arts Committee), Art for Use Palo Alto, California (organized for PORTCON ’80 conference by Glass Magazine, Portland, Oregon), Fragile Art ’80 (exh. brochure) Shelly Guggenheim, Washington, DC, Holiday Showing and Sale of Contemporary Museum-Quality Fine Art: Glass/Clay/Fiber/Jewelry University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Copper 2: The Second Copper, Brass and Bronze Exhibition (exh. cat.) University of Delaware, Newark, Art as Body Adornment (exh. cat.) 1980–81 Ivor Kurland Gallery, Los Angeles, Glass: State of the Art 1981 American Art Gallery, Atlanta, American Art at Its Best: Glass Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts, 7 from Glass Routes Contemporary Artisans Gallery, San Francisco, National Glass Invitational Contemporary Artisans Gallery, San Francisco, Viewpoints, Women in Glass DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, Glass Routes (exh. cat.)
1981–82 Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin, Americans in Glass (exh. cat.; traveled to The Cooper-Hewitt Museum, The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Design, New York; Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Bergstrom Art Center and Mahler Glass Museum, Neenah, Wisconsin)
1981–84 Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida (organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service), Good as Gold: Alternative Materials in American Jewelry (exh. cat.; traveled to Renwick Gallery, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Dallas Historical Society; Oglebay Institute, Wheeling, West Virginia; State University of New York [SUNY], New Paltz; San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California; Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington; Daytona Beach Community College, Daytona Beach, Florida; Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan; Ontario Crafts Council, Toronto; McAllen International Museum, McAllen, Texas; Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin; University of Delaware, Newark; Museums at Sunrise, Charleston, West Virginia; Museo La Tertulia, Cali, Columbia; Binational Center, La Paz; Binational Center, Asunci´on, Paraguay; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago; Binational Center, Lima)
1982 Contemporary Artisans Gallery, San Francisco, National Glass IV Hatabat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, 10th Annual National Exhibition HumanArts, Dallas, Masters in Glass Traver Sutton Gallery, Seattle, Pilchuck Glass Young Gallery, San Jose, California, Contemporary American Glass
1982–83 The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Glass: International Directions in Glass Art (exh. cat.; traveled to state art museums in Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales, and Tasmania)
1983 Contemporary Artisans Gallery, San Francisco, National Glass V Habatat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, The 11th Annual National Invitational of Contemporary American Glass (exh. cat.; traveled to Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, Ohio; work not included in tour) Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona, Sculptural Glass (exh. cat.; traveled to Owens-Illinois World Headquarters Building, Toledo, Ohio) American Embassy Residence, Prague (organized by The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York), Contemporary American Glass Sculpture (exh. cat.)
1984 Habatat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, Contemporary Glass: National—International (exh. cat., traveled to Owens-Illinois Arts Center, Toledo, Ohio)
1984–86 American Craft Museum II, New York (organized by the American Craft Museum), Jewelry USA (exh. cat.; traveled to Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; Craft & Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles; The Chicago Public Library Cultural Center; The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California; Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida; National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis; Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island)
1985 David Bernstein Gallery, Boston, Carrie Harper, Linda MacNeil, Marsha & Kurt Runstadler Elaine Potter Gallery, San Francisco, Glass ’85 Habatat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, The Thirteenth Annual National Glass Invitational (exh. brochure) Le Muse´e des Beaux-Arts de Rouen, France (co-organized with L’Association Renouveau du Verre en Haute-Normandie, Art du Verre: Actualite´ internationale (exh. cat.) Quadrum Gallery, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, Worked with Gold II
1985–86 Habatat Galleries, Bay Harbor, Florida, Glass: The New Aesthetic
1985–87 American Craft Museum, New York, American Jewelry Now (exh. cat.; traveled to Thomas Jefferson Cultural Center, Makati, Philippines; Joong-Aug Gallery, Seoul; National Museum of History, Taipei; National Museum, Jakarta; National Museum, Singapore; National Museum, Kuala Lumpur; Auckland City Art Gallery; Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand )
1986 Bevier Gallery of Art, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, Architecture of the Vessel (exh. cat.) Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon, Invitational Glass Exhibition (juried by LaMar Harrington) Cross Creek Gallery, Malibu, California, American Glass Sampler Habatat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, The 14th Annual National Glass Invitational (exh. cat.) Huntington Galleries, Huntington, West Virginia, New American Glass: Focus 2 West Virginia (exh. cat.) Nina Owen, Ltd., Chicago, Sculptors from the New York Experimental Glass Workshop
1986–87 The Society for Art in Crafts, Pittsburgh, Contemporary Crafts: A Concept in Flux (exh. cat.)
1986–88 American Craft Museum, New York, Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical (exh. cat.; traveled to The Denver Art Museum; Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California; Milwaukee Art Museum; J. B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond)
1987 Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition 1987 (with Helen Drutt Gallery) (exh. cat.) Habatat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, Glass Gems III
1987–88 Habatat Galleries, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, The New Aesthetic: A Worldwide Survey of Contemporary Glass Sculpture
1988 Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition 1988 (with Helen Drutt Gallery) (exh. cat.) Florida State University Fine Arts Gallery & Museum, Tallahassee, and Habatat Galleries, Inc., Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, A Generation in Glass Sculpture (exh. cat.) Habatat Galleries, Lathrup Village, Michigan, The 16th Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.) Helen Drutt Gallery, New York, Work in Progress: A Preview June 9–July 31, 1988 The Hand and the Spirit, Scottsdale, Arizona, Women in Glass: The New Spirit
1989 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, The Eighth Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. brochure)
1989–93 American Craft Museum, New York, Craft Today USA (exh. cat.; traveled to Muse´e des Arts De´coratifs, Paris; Taidetollisuusmuseoi, Helsinki; Museum fu¨r Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt; Zache ?ta State Gallery of Art, Warsaw; Muse´e des Arts De´coratifs, Lausanne; All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, Moscow; State Painting and Sculpture Museum, Ankara; Kunstindustrimuseet, Oslo; St. Peter’s Abbey, Ghent; America Haus, Berlin; Zappeion, Athens; Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava; Grassi Museum, Leipzig; Sala Sant Jaume de la Fundacio “La Caixa,” Barcelona; Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon)
1990 Face`re´ Jewelry Salon, Seattle, glass wear Vespermann Gallery, Atlanta, Holiday Glass Show
1990–91 American Craft Museum, New York, Selections from the Permanent Collection
1991 Wheeler/Seidel Gallery, New York, Contemporary Jewelry
1992–93 Habatat Shaw Gallery, Farmington Hills, Michigan, Precious Art to Wear: An Exquisite Collection of Contemporary Jewelry
1993 Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition 1993 (with The Jewelry Project) (exh. cat.) Wheaton Village, Millville, New Jersey, GlassWeekend ’93: A Symposium & Exhibition of Contemporary Glass (organized by the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass, The Corning Museum of Glass, and The Creative Glass Center of America (with The Jewelry Project, The Glass Jewel) (exh. cat.) Helander Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida, Sculptural/Functional Show
1993–95 Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, Contemporary Crafts and the Saxe Collection (exh. cat.; traveled to The St. Louis Art Museum; Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California; Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC)
1994 Miller Gallery, New York, To Wear and To View: Sculpture and Jewelry in Glass and Mixed Media Miller Gallery, New York, First Annual International Invitational Jewelry Exhibition Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Invitational Jewelry Exhibition SOFA 1994 Exposition: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art, Chicago (with Miller Gallery and Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
1995 SOFA Chicago Exposition 1995: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA Miami Exposition 1995: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Miller Gallery) (exh. cat.)
1995–96 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Art Jewelry: An Historical View
1996 Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin, The Brillson Foundation: American Glass of the 1980s (exh. brochure) Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts, Glass: The Cutting Edge SOFA Chicago Exposition 1996: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA Miami Exposition 1996: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
1997 Wheaton Village, Millville, New Jersey, GlassWeekend ’97 (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) Det Danske Kunstindustrimuseum, Copenhagen (co-organized with the American Craft Museum), Celebrating American Craft 1975–1995 (exh. cat.) SOFA Exposition Chicago 1997: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA Miami Exposition 1997: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
1997–98 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, 15th International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.)
1998 SOFA Chicago 1998: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 1998: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
1998–99 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, 16th Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.)
1998–2001 American Craft Museum, New York, Craft Is a Verb: Selections from the Collection of the American Craft Museum (traveled to Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson; Sarah Moody Gallery, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa; Sunrise Museum, Charleston, West Virginia; Miami University Gallery, Oxford, Ohio; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida)
1999 Wheaton Village, Millville, New Jersey, GlassWeekend ’99 (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) Grand Central Gallery, Tampa, Florida, New Perspectives/Ancient Medium: A Survey of Sculptural Glass from the Traditional to the Experimental SOFA Chicago 1999: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA 1999 NYC: Sculpture Objects Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
1999–2000 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 50 Years of Studio Jewelry: A Survey of Contemporary Work from the 1950s to the Present Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian’s American Art Museum, Washington, DC, Glass! Glorious Glass! (exh. brochure)
2000 American Craft Museum, New York, Defining Craft I: Collecting for the New Millennium Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Structure, Symbol & Substance: The Power of Jewelry SOFA Chicago 2000: The Seventh Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat) SOFA New York 2000: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2000–2001 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, Contemporary Glass 2001: Eighteenth Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.) Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation, Louisville, Millennium Glass: An International Survey of Studio Glass (exh. cat.; traveled to Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama; Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee)
2001 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, The Nineteenth Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.) Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Hot Glass SOFA Chicago 2001: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2002 SOFA Chicago 2002: The International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 2002: The Fifth Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2002–2003 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, Contemporary Glass 2003: Twentieth Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.)
2002–2004 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, and Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, Contemporary Directions: Glass from the Maxine and William Block Collection (exh. cat.)
2003 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Botanical Jewelry SOFA Chicago 2003: The Tenth Annual Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 2003: The Sixth Annual Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2003–2004 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, Contemporary Glass 2004: Twenty-First Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.) Smithsonian American Art Museum, Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC, Jewels & Gems (exh. brochure)
2003–2005 Society of North American Goldsmiths, Lisle, Illinois, The Art of Gold (exh. cat.; traveled by ExhibitsUSA to Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California; University of Richmond Museums, Richmond, Virginia; Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock; The Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, North Carolina; Anchorage Museum, Alaska)
2004 Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts, The Perfect Collection: A Shared Vision for Contemporary Craft (exh. cat.) Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Historical Connections: A Group Exhibition SOFA Chicago 2004: The Eleventh Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 2004: The Seventh Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2004–2005 American Craft Museum, New York, Treasures from the Vault: Jewelry from the Permanent Collection Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, Contemporary Glass 2005: Twenty-Second Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.)
2005 Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin (organized by Racine Art Museum), Magnificent Extravagance: Artists and Opulence (exh. brochure) Museum of American Glass at Wheaton Village, Millville, New Jersey, Particle Theories: International Pa^te de Verre and Other Cast Glass Granulations (exh. cat.) SOFA Chicago 2005: The Twelfth Annual Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 2005: The Eighth Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2005–2006 Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, Contemporary Glass 2006: 23rd Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.)
2006 Alfred Berkowitz Gallery, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Women’s Glass from Michigan Artists and Collections ArtPalmBeach 2006, West Palm Beach, Florida (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) Habatat Galleries, Boca Raton, Florida, Contemporary Glass 2007: The 24th Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat) SOFA Chicago 2006: The Thirteenth Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 2006: The Ninth International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, Massachusetts, New England Glass: The Quiet Force (exh. cat.)
2006–2009 Helen Drutt: Philadelphia, and Designmuseo, Helsinki, Challenging the Cha^telaine! (exh. cat.; traveled to Tarbekunstimuuseum, Tallinn, Estonia; Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, Athens; Design Museum, Ghent, Belgium; Stedelijk Museum ’s-Hertogenbosch, ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands; Philadelphia Art Alliance)
2007 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Celebrating the Art of Adornment: Studio Jewelry from Mid-Century to Present SOFA Chicago 2007: The Fourteenth Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 2007: The Tenth International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, Millville, New Jersey, GlassWeekend ’07 (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2007–10 Glass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio (organized by Museum of Arts & Design, New York, and Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, Pforzheim, Germany), GlassWear: Glass in Contemporary Jewelry (exh. cat.; traveled to Glazen Huis Vlaams Centrum voor Hedendaagse Glaskunst, Lommel, Belgium; Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi; Memorial Art Gallery— University of Rochester, Rochester, New York; Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama; Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
2008 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Glass Quake 2008 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Ahead of Its Time: Jewelry in the Milieu of 1900 SOFA Chicago 2008: The Fifteenth Anniversary Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat) SOFA New York 2008: The 11th Annual Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.) Victoria and Albert Museum, London, William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery
2008–2009 Museum of Arts and Design, New York, Elegant Armor: The Art of Jewelry (exh. cat.)
2009 Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, Millville, New Jersey (with Scott Jacobson Gallery), GlassWeekend ’09: An International Symposium and Exhibition of Contemporary Glass (organized by Creative Glass Center of America and the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass) (exh. cat.) SOFA Chicago 2009: The Sixteenth Annual Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Scott Jacobson Gallery) (exh. cat) SOFA New York 2009: The 12th Annual Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Leo Kaplan Modern) (exh. cat.)
2009–10 Habatat Galleries, West Palm Beach, Florida, Contemporary Glass 2010: 27th Annual International Glass Invitational (exh. cat.) Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Heirlooms of the Future, Jewelry, Holloware & Sculpture
2010 Fine Arts Gallery, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, Lake Placid, New York, Precious Metals, Jewelry & Functional Art Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin, A Glass Act: First Rate Glass from RAM’s Collection SOFA Chicago 2010: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Scott Jacobson Gallery) (exh. cat.) SOFA New York 2010: The 13th Annual Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Scott Jacobson Gallery) (exh. cat.) SOFA West: Santa Fe 2010: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Scott Jacobson Gallery) (exh. cat.) Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, Glass Jewelry: An International Passion
2010–11 Habatat Galleries, West Palm Beach, Florida, 2011 Palm Beach Contemporary Glass: 28th Annual Glass Invitational (exh. cat.) The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Studio Glass: Anna and Joe Mendel Collection (exh. cat.)
2011 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Glass Quake 2011 (exh. brochure) Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Objects of Status, Power and Adornment: The Studio Jewelry Movement 1950–2011 SOFA Chicago 2011: Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair (with Wexler Gallery) (exh. cat.)
2012 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Contemporary Visions of the Necklace, Part I SOFA Art & Design New York 2012 (with Wexler Gallery) (exh. cat.)
2012–13 Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Art for the Ear/The Art of the Ring Museum of Arts and Design, New York, Playing with Fire: 50 Years of Contemporary Glass Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin, The Cutting Edge: RAM Honors 50 Years of Studio Art Glass Jewelry (exh. brochure)
2013 Po^le Bijou Galerie, Baccarat, France, Re^ves de verre (exh. brochure) SOFA Art and Design Chicago 2013: The 20th Annual Sculpture Objects Functional Art + Design Fair (with Hawk Galleries) (exh. cat.; traveled to Hawk Galleries, Columbus, Ohio)
2013–16 The Forbes Gallery, New York (organized by the American Jewelry Design Council), Variations on a Theme: 25 Years of Designs from the AJDC (exh. cat.; traveled to Alumni Gallery, Kent State University Museum, Kent, Ohio; JCK Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada; Gemological Institute of America, Carlsbad, California )
2014 Mint Museum Uptown, Charlotte, North Carolina, Allure of Flowers: Botanical Motifs in Craft, Design, and Fashion (organized by The Mint Museum) New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, Connecticut, Glass Today: 21st-Century Innovations (exh. cat.)
2015 Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, North Carolina, Flourish: Selected Jewelry from the Daphne Farago Collection Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, A Journey Through Time: Explorations of Artful Adornment & Sculptural Vessels Through the Ages Museum of Arts and Design, New York, Jewelry curated by Isabel and Ruben Toledo in Ralph Pucci: The Art of the Mannequin (exh. cat.; not in catalogue)
2015–16 Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin, Standing on Ceremony: Functional Ware from RAM’s Collection (exh. brochure)
2016 Glass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio, Hot Spot: Contemporary Glass from Private Collections
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
American Jewelry Design Council, Hermitage, Pennsylvania Les Archives de la Cristallerie Daum, Nancy and Paris
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York

Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire Detroit Institute of Arts
Gemological Institute of America, Carlsbad, California Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence Museum of Arts and Design (formerly American Craft Museum), New York

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio
Victoria and Albert Museum, London