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Solo Museum Exhibits
2015

The National Museum of the American Indian  is planning a large retrospective exhibit in the museum on the mall in Washington, DC.

2010 Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, “Kay WalkingStick: Prints,” Indianapolis, IN, opened October 9
2008 Montclair Museum of Art, “American Abstraction: Dialogue with the Cosmos,” installation on view through the summer of 2009, Montclair, NJ
2004 Southeast Missouri Regional Museum, "Kay WalkingStick: Mythic Dances. Paintings from Four Decades," Cape Girardeau, MO
2003

Eiteljorg Mus. of Amer. Indians & Western Art, “Sensual Texture: The Art of Kay WalkingStick,” Indianapolis, IN

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, George Gustav Heye Center, Bowling Green, “Continuum 12 Artists,” New York, NY, a two-person exhibition with Rick Bartow.

1999

Bayly Art Museum, “The Heritage of our Ancestor,” Univ. of VA, Charlottesville, VA, 2 person show with Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

1992

Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ; Jersey City Museum, “Works on Paper,” Jersey City, NJ

1991

Hillwood Art Museum, “Kay WalkingStick: 1974-1990,” Long Island Univ., C.W. Post Campus, Brookville, NY, also to Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ, and to Hartwick College Gallery, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY

1985

Carl N. Gorman Museum, Univ. of CA, Davis, CA, 2 person show

1975

New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ, 2 person show with Peter Tilgner

Solo Exhibits

2013 June Kelly Gallery, “American Landscape”Apr. 12-May 14, New York, NY
2011 June Kelly Gallery, “Living in the City, Painting in the Wild,”Apr. 1-May 7, New York, NY
2009 Lafayette College Grossman Gallery, "Kay WalkingStick: Works on Paper 1979-2009," March 9-April 18, Easton, PA
2007 June Kelly Gallery, “Kay WalkingStick, Paintings” Nov. 8-Dec. 8, New York, NY

2002

June Kelly Gallery, “Haptic Memory,” New York, NY
1999 June Kelly Gallery, “Recent Drawings / The Italian Suite,” New York, NY

 

Miami-Dade Community College Kendall Campus, “Kay WalkingStick,” Miami, FL

1995

Atlantic Center for the Arts, “Works on Paper,” New Smyrna Beach, FL

1994

June Kelly Gallery, “Recent Paintings,” New York, NY

1993

Galerie Calumet, Heidelberg, Germany
  Flushing Council on the Arts, Flushing, NY
  Hartell Gallery, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

1991

Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Scotsdale, AZ
1990 M-13 Gallery, New York, NY
  Rathbone Gallery, Junior College of Albany, Albany, NY
1989 Union College, Cranford, NJ
1988 Wenger Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1987 M-13 Gallery, New York, NY
1986 Galleria Maray, Englewood, NJ
1985 Beaver College, Spruance Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
  Ohio State University, Hopkins Hall Gallery, Columbus, OH, Visiting Artist Exhibit
1984 Fort Lewis College, Fine Arts Gallery, Durango, CO
  Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, NY
  Wenger Gallery at the Fine Arts Building, San Diego, CA
1981 Bertha Urdang Gallery, “Painting on Paper,” New York, NY
1979 Wenger Gallery, San Diego, CA
1978 Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York, NY
1976 Soho Center for the Visual Arts, New York, NY
1969 Cannabis Gallery, New York, NY
Selected Group Exhibits
2011 Peabody Essex Museum “Shapeshifting: Transformations in Native American Art” January 14th - April 29th. Salem, MA
  Booth Western Art Museum "Western American Art South of the Sweet Tea Line III" September 24th - February 12th
  America: Now + Here an exhibition of visual and verbal artists curated by Eric Fischl. To travel for 2 years opening in Kansas City, May 5th
2010 Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University, "The Third Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts Biennial," October 2-November 28, Salem, OR.
  National Museum of the American Indian, "Vantage Point: The Contemporary Native Art Collection," September 25, 2010-August 2011, Washington D.C. 25 artists.
  Chiaroscuro Gallery, "Collected Voices: Contemporary Native Art," Santa Fe, NM August 20-September 10th.
2009 Gallery Ami&Kanono, “The Figure and Space, An Intimate Relationship,” curated by Curlee Raven Holton, June 8-20, Osaka, JAPAN, five person show.
  Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, El Pomar Galleries, "Personal Paradise: Contemporary Perspectives on Landscape Painting," curated by Tariana Navas-Nieves, Colorado Springs, CO

 

Heard Museum Shop, Berlin Gallery, "New Directions: Nathan Hart + Sarah Sense + Kay WalkingStick," Phoenix, AZ

2008

Landfall Press, "Facing West," curated by Jack Lemon, Santa Fe, NM

 

Morris Museum, "Timeless: The Art of Drawing," curated by Ann Aptaker, Morristown, NJ

 

Kentler International Drawing Space, “Native Voices: Contemporary Indigenous Art,” co-curated by Deborah Everett and Raquel Chapa, Brooklyn, NY

2007 Nicole Fiacco Gallery, “Post Identity,” Hudson, NY
  St. John’s University, Dr. M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery, “From the Inside Out: Feminist Art Then & Now,” curated by Claudia Sbrissa, Queens, NY
  Ceres Gallery, “AGENTS of Change: Women, Art & Intellect,” curated by Dr. Leslie King-Hammond, New York, NY
2005 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, "About Face: Self Portraits By Native American and First Nations Artists," Santa Fe, NM
2004 Artrain, "Native Views: Influences of Modern Culture" opened in Tempe, AZ, traveling throughout the United States through 2007
  Heights Arts Contemporary Community Gallery, "Master Artist, Master Printmaker Portfolio," traveling exhibit, Cleveland, OH
  Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, “Cross Currents in the Mainstream,” New Brunswick, NJ
  Bristol, Myers, Squibb, “Hearing Voices: Personal Narratives,” New York, NY
2003 Eiteljorg Mus. of Amer. Indians & Western Art, “Pathbreakers,” Indianapolis, IN
  Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, “Skowhegan 2002-2003 Faculty Exhibition,” Portland, ME
  Library of Congress, “Creative Space: Fifty Years of Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop,” Washington DC
2002 Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, “In Search of the Dream: The American West,” Greenwich, CT
2001 Arts Center, Rockefeller Gallery, “National Drawing Invitational,” Little Rock, AR
2000 Neuberger Museum of Art, “End Papers, Drawings 1890-1900, 1990-2000,” Purchase, NY
1999 Scuola dei Tiraoro e dei Battioro, “Ceremonial,” Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
  Montclair Art Museum, “Waxing Poetic: Encaustic Art in America,” Montclair, NJ
1997 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, “Native Abstraction: Modern Forms, Ancient Ideas,” Santa Fe, NM
1996 Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, “Honorees of W.C.A 1996,” Boston, MA
  Currier Gallery of Art, “Retreat and Renewal: Painting and Sculpture by MacDowell Art Colonists,” Manchester, NH
1994
- 95
Cairo Biennial, USIA Exhibit, “Strategies of Narration,” curated by Deborah Cullen, Cairo, Egypt, two years of travel in Africa.
1993
- 94
Museum of Anthropology, U. of British Columbia, “Multiplicity: A New Cultural Strategy,” Vancouver, BC, Canada
1992 National Gallery of Canada, “Land, Spirit, Power,” Ottawa, ON, Canada
1991 Heard Museum, “Shared Visions, Native American Painters and Sculptors of the 20th Century,” Phoenix, AZ
1990 The New Museum, “The Decade Show, Framework of Identity in the 1980’s,” Studio Mus., MOCHA, New Mus., NY, NY
1989 United States Information Agency, “100 Women Artists’ Drawings,” traveled in South America
1988 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 40th Annual Purchase Exhibition, NY, NY
1987 Artists Space, “We the People,” NY, NY
  American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 39th Annual Purchase Exhibition, NY, NY
1985 Heard Museum, “Second Biennial Invitational,” Phoenix, AZ
1983 Brooklyn Terminal, “Terminal Show,” Brooklyn, NY
1982 Israel Museum, “Tribute to Bertha Urdang,” Jerusalem, Israel
1981 Pratt Manhattan Center, “Dark Thoughts, Black Paintings,” NY, NY
1980 Bronx Museum, “Marking Black,” Bronx, NY
1975 Aldrich Museum, “Contemporary Reflections 1974-75,” Ridgefield, CT
Publications–Selected Reviews and Articles
2013 The New York Times, Holland Cotter, "Last Chance" May 10, 2013
  The Wall Street Journal, article by Peter Plagens, "Kay WalkingStick: "American Landscape," June Kelly, April 27th, 2013
2011 Artdaily.org "Exhibition of New Paintings by Kay Walkingstick at June Kelly Gallery" April 24th, 2011
2010 The New York Times, article by Martha Schwendener, "A Harmonic View of Nature, in a Cultural Tangle," September 3, 2010
  Native Peoples, article by Julianna Thibodeaux, "Art Tribe: Eiteljorg Museum Fellowship Takes on Multiple Meanings," May/June 2010, p. 29-33
  Western Art Collector, article by Christy A. Vezolles, AM, "Personal Journeys: Kay WalkingStick's Paintings Reveal an Exploration of the Land, History, and Spirit," April 2010, p. 56-61
2008 Indian Country Today, review by Stephanie Woodard, "Exhibit of Native Art Debuts in Brooklyn," March 26, 2008,
  Joanne Mattera Art Blog, "On the Geometric Trail, Part Two: SoHo," January 13, 2008
2007 Artists Unite Issue, review by Sky Pape, "Review: Kay WalkingStick at June Kelly
2006 ARTNews, article by Alexandra Peers, “Canon Fodder,” February 2006, p. 124-127
2004 American Indian Art Magazine, Article by Jo Ortel, “Exhibition Review of Continuum: 12 Artists at the George Gustav Heye Center, Part 1,” Winter 2004, p. 68-71
  ARTNews, article by Meredith Mendelsohn, “Sense and Sensuality: Painter Kay WalkingStick Seeks Sensory Overload,” October 2004, p. 132-135
2003 Ithaca Times, article by Michelle Peterson, “Honoring Her Heritage,” July 16, 2003, p. 8 & 12, Ithaca, NY
  ARTNews, review by Hilary M. Sheets, “Continuum” NMAI, Summer 2003, p. 152
  Art in America, review by David Ebony, “Kay WalkingStick at June Kelly,” April 2003, p. 143-144, NY, NY
2002 The NY Times, review by Holland Cotter, “Kay WalkingStick,” October 25, p. E35, NY, NY
2000 Southwest Mag., “Kay WalkingStick, a Contemp. Artist’s Journey,” Dottie Indyke, winter issue, Santa Fe, NM
1999 ARTNews, review by Gerrit Henry, Summer, NY, NY
1997 New Art Examiner, “Native Paper,” review by Debra Parr, May 1997, p. 58, NY, NY
  Passatiempo, “Transcending the Moment,” article/review by Gussie Fauntleroy, March 7-13, 1997, Santa Fe, NM
1996 The NY Times, “Landscapes That Call for Saving Nature,” Vivien Raynor, August 25, NY, NY
1995 The NY Times, “Light & Heat from American Indian Women,” by William Zimmer, September 24, NY, NY
  Art Papers, “Kay WalkingStick,” article by Anne Barclay Morgan, vol. 19, November-December 1995, Atlanta, GA
  Art in America, review by Richard Vine, January 1995, p. 106, NY, NY
1994 Third Text, “Mistaken Identity: Between Death and Pleasure in the Art of Kay WalkingStick,” by Erin Valentino, Spring 1994, p. 61-73, Kala Press, London, England
  NY Newsday, “American Indian Images of Nature’s Essences,” by Day Starr, January 11, NY, NY
1993 “Landschaften und deren Spiegelbilder,” Nicole Vogtlin, Rhein-Neckar-Main, Mittwoch, April 7, 1993
  The NY Times, “Myths of the American Indian and Significant Photographs,” by Phyllis Braff, August 8, NY, NY
  The NY Times, “Intense Observations from Several Schools,” by Helen Harrison, July 25, NY, NY
1992 The NY Times, “Charcoal on Paper,” by William Zimmer, June 21, NY, NY
1991 The Phoenix Gazette, “Artist Wants Her Work to Whisper,” by Lyn Dyne, September 23, Phoenix, AZ
1990 The NY Times, “A Special Regard for Nature’s Forces,” by Phyllis Braff, April 14, NY, NY
  Long Island Newsday, “Applying Physical Artistry to Canvas,” by Margaret Moorman, April 19, NY, NY
1989 The Village Voice, “Kay WalkingStick,” by Kellie Jones, May 16, NY, NY
  The NY Times, “The Male Figure, Dual Images, and Landscapes,” by Vivien Raynor, March, NY, NY
  Los Angeles Times, review by Marlena Donohue, February 26, Los Angeles, CA
1987 Suddeutche Zeitung, “Somenstanz und Blutrausch,” Christoph Wiedmann, Jan. 16, Feuilleton Domerstag, W. Germany
1985 The NY Times, “The Meaning of ‘Duality’ in Art,” by Pat Malarcher, December 22, NY, NY
  Artweek, “Beside and Beyond the Mainstream,” by Victoria Baldwin, November 2, Pacific Beach, CA
1984 Art in America, review by Ted Castle, February, NY, NY
1983 ARTnews, review by Meg Perlman, December
1981 The NY Times, review by Vivien Raynor, June 19, NY, NY
  ARTNews, review by Deborah C. Phillips, June, NY, NY
  Arts Magazine, review by Robert Yoskowitz, September, NY, NY
1980 Artweek, “Psychological Fields,” by Ida K. Rigby, Pacific Beach, CA
  Christian Science Monitor, “12 Artists Go Back to Perceptual Basics,” by Theodore F. Wolff, Boston, MA
  Arts Magazine, review by Robert Yoskowitz, June, NY, NY
1979 San Diego Magazine, review by Elise Miller, October, San Diego, CA
1978 ARTnews, review by Peter Frank, Summer, NY, NY
  Arts Magazine, NY, NY, review by Laurel Bradley, Summer, NY, NY
  Art in America, review by Marjorie Welish, September–October, NY, NY
Publications–Selected Books & Catalogues
2011 "First Peoples: A Documentary Survey of American Indian History Fourth Edition," by Colin G. Calloway, pub. By Bedford/ St. Martin's, Boston, NY, p.p. 608-609.
  "Making Art: Form and Meaning," by Terry Barrett, pub. by McGraw-Hill, New York, NY, p.p. 175-176.
2010 "Building One Fire: Art and World View in Cherokee Life," by Chadwick Corntassel Smith and Rennard Strickland with Benny Smith, pub. by University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK, p.p. 195, 199.
2009 "Personal Paradise: Contemporary Perspectives on Landscape Painting," essay by Tariana Navas-Nieves, published by Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO
  "Interventions: Native American Art for Far-Flung Territories," by Judith Ostrowitz, published by University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA
2008 "[Re]inventing the Wheel: Advancing the Dialogue on Contemporary American Indian Art," edited by Nancy J. Blomberg, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, pp. 17, 20-21
2007 “Off the Map: Landscape in the Native Imagination,” edited by Kathleen Ash-Milby, forward by W. Richard West, Jr., introduction by John Hayworth, essays by Kathleen Ash-Milby, Kate Morris, Paul Chaat Smith, pub. by NMAI Editions
  "Art of the Cherokee: Prehistory to the Present," by Susan C. Power, pub. by The University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia
  "About Face: Self-Portraits by Native American, First Nations, and Inuit Artists,” Forward by Gerald R. McMaster, Essays by Joanna Woods-Marsden, Joanna Roche, Janet Catherine Berlo, Lucy R. Lippard, pub. by Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, NM
2004 "Kay WalkingStick: Mythic Dances," intro. by John Yau, essay by Stanley I. Grand, pub. by Southeast Missouri Regional Museum, Cape Girardeau, MO
  "Native Universe: Voices of Indian America," edited by Gerald McMaster and Clifford E. Trafzer, pub. by The National Geographic Society, Washington D.C., p. 234
2003 “Path Breakers,” pub. by the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, IN
  ART, pub. by Flame Tree Publishing, London, England, p. 485
“Skowhegan 2002-2003 Faculty Exhibition at Maine College of Art,”
2002 " L’Art contemporain des Indiens: du Sud-Ouest des Etats-Unis," pub. by La Renaissance du Livre, Tournai, Belgique
  “In Search of the Dream: The American West,” pub. by the Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, Greenwich, CT
  “So Fine!: Masterworks of Fine Art from the Heard Museum,” pub. by the Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ
  “177th Annual: An Invitational Exhibition,” pub. by the National Academy of Design, New York,
2001 Art of Encaustic Painting: Contemporary Expressions in Pigmented Wax, by Joanne Mattera, pub. by Watson-Guptill
  The American West: People, Places, and Ideas, by Suzan Campbell, essay by Kathleen E. Ash-Milby, pub. by Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY, pp. 123-124
  Native America Collected, the Culture of an Art World, by Margaret Dubin, U of N M Press, Albequerque, NM
2000 Women Artists of Color, A Bio-Critical Sourcebook to 20th Century Artists in the Americas, edited by Phoebe Farris, pub. by Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, and London, England, pp. 108-116
  Self-Portraits by Women Artists, by Cheney, Faxon, and Russo, pub. by Ashgate Press, Brookfield, MA
1999 Earth Songs, Moon Dreams, Paintings by Am. Indian Women, by Patricia Janis Broder, St. Martins Press, NY, NY
1998 Native North American Art, by Janet C. Berlo and Ruth B. Philips, pub. by Oxford University Press, NY, NY
  Indian Art of North America, by David Penney, pub. by Editions Pierre Terrail, Paris, France, ed. in Eng., Fr., & Ger.
1997 Dictionary of Women Artists, vol. 2, ed. Delia Gaze, article by Lea Rossen De Long
  St. James Guide to Native North American Artists, ed. Roger Matuz, art. by Lisa Roberts, St. James Press, Detroit, MI
  Discovering Native American Art, by Abby Remer, pub. by Davis Publications, Inc., Worcester, MA
1996 Native American Art Masterpieces, by David W. Penney, pub. by Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc., Southport, CT
  Lives & Works, Vol. II, Sally Swenson, Beryl Smith, Joan Arbeiter, Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, NJ, & London, England
1995 History of Art, by H. R. Janson, Prentice Hall & Abrams, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, and NY, NY
  North American Woman Artists of the Twentieth Century, ed. Jules Heller and Nancy G. Heller, article by Rhonda Cooper, pub. by Garland Publications, Inc., NY, NY, and London, England
1994 Native American Art, by David Penney, pub. by Hugh Lauter Levin Assoc., Southport, CT
  I Stand in the Center of the Good: Interviews with Contemp. Native American Artists, Lawrence Abbott, U of NE Press
  Native American Biographies, pub. by Globe Book Co., Paramus, NJ
1991 Mixed Blessings, by Lucy R. Lippard, Pantheon Books, NY, NY
1989 Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, by Dr. Judith VanWagner, Hudson Hills Press, Inc., NY, NY
Published Articles and Other Projects
2013 "Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison," catalogue foreword, "The Visit," catalogue authors, W. Jackson Rushing & Kristin Makholm, published by Oklahoma University Press, exhibit opening in Plains Museum of Art, Fargo, ND. Winner of the 2014 Minnesota Book Award for books about Minnesota.
2012 "Changing Hands II/Without Reservation," curated by Ellen Taubman and David McFadden, "No Reservations, catalogue essay, Museum of Art and Design, New York, NY.
2004 Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dialogue on WalkingStick’s art with Lowery Stokes Sims, New York, NY, September 13
2001 Guest Curator, Catalogue Essayist, Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ, exhibit “So Fine!: Masterworks of Fine Art”
  “Primal Visions: Albert Bierstadt ‘Discovers’ America,” catalogue essay “A Cherokee Artist Looks at the Landing of Columbus by Albert Bierstadt,” show at Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ
1993 Public Art Project, “The Post Colonial Landscape,” design for Billboard Project, Mendel Art Cntr., Saskatoon, SK, CA
1991 Artforum International, “Democracy Inc., Kay WalkingStick on Indian Law,” November, pp. 20-21, NY, NY
Permanent Museum, College, Non-Profit Collections

Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Bailey-Howe Library of the University of Vermont, VT
Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC
Cherokee Heritage Foundation, Tahlequah, OK
City University of New York, Shepard Hall, New York,NY
City University of New York, Steinman Hall, New York, NY
Davidson College, Davidson, NC
Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO

Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, IN (seven works)
Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK
Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ (four works)
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Hunter Museum, Chattanooga, TN
Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (two works)
Kresge Museum of Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Library of Congress, Washington D.C.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY (two works)
Montclair Art Musem, Montclair, NJ
Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA (two works)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (print)
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
Newark Museum, Newark, NJ (two works)
Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA (print)
Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of VT, Burlington, VT
Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY (four works)
Rollins College, Roanoke, VA
San Diego Museum of Fine Arts, San Diego, CA
Southern Plains Indian Museum, Anadarko, OK
Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, KS
Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA
University of Arizona Art Museum, Tucson, AZ
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, NJ

Permanent Corporate Collections
AT&T, Morristown, NJ
Best Products, Ashland, VA
Cumberland Family Care Center, Brooklyn, NY
Johnson & Johnson, Personal Product Division, New Brunswick, NJ
Lake Shore National Bank, Chicago, IL
Nabisco World Headquarters, East Hanover, NJ
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell, and Co., Montvale, NJ
Pecker and Abramson, P.C., Hackensack, NJ
Pharmacia (formerly Searle), St. Louis, MO
Poskanzer and Tulp, Fort Lee, NJ
Prudential-Bache, New York, NY
Public Service Electric and Gas Company, Newark, NJ
Schering-Plough Corporation, Madison, NJ
Texwipe Corporation, Saddle River, NJ
College Board Print Collection, New York, NY
Lang Communications Print Collection, New York, NY
Honors and Awards
2011
-14
Lee Krasner Award for Lifetime Achievement, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc., New York, NY
2011 Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA (Presented May 20th, 2011)
2008 National Association of Women Artists, Honorary Vice President, New York, NY
2003
- 04
Distinguished Artist Award, Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Artists, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, IN
1996 Honoree, Women’s Caucus for Art, 1996 National Honor Award for Achievement in the Arts, Boston, MA
1995
- 96
Joan Mitchell Foundation Award in Painting
1992 NY Foundation for the Arts, NYSCA grant in painting, NY, NY
Residency, Rockefeller Conference and Study Center, Bellagio, Italy
1991 Richard A. Florsheim Art Fund Award, Tampa, FL
1983
- 84
National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artist Fellowship in Painting, Washington, DC
1973
- 75
Danforth Foundation, Graduate Fellowship for Women to attend Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Education
M.F.A., 1975, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY; B.F.A., 1959, Beaver College (now Arcadia University), Glenside, PA
Membership
Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma
Teaching

Cornell University, Department of Fine Art, Professor of Art, Ithaca, NY, 1988-2005

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