Recent Exhibitions

NASA 50th Anniversary, 2011
Hidden Garden Gallery, Costa Rica, 2011

Selected Public Collections

Federal Reserve
Pan American Health Organization
Oklahoma Air and Space Museum, Oklahoma City
John F. Kennedy Space Center, Spaceport USA, Museum of Space
United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Washington, D.C.
American Express Company
Asia Pacific Capital Corporation
Citibank NA, Fuji Bank
Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company
Essochem Eastern, Ltd.
First National Bank of Dallas
Hong Kong Land Company
Jardine Fleming Company, Ltd.
Marriott Corporation
Nautilus Ltd, Fung Ping Fan Company, Ltd.
Nomural International, Ltd.
Pfizer Corporation
Policy Communications, Inc.
Sealand Orient
Slater Walker Hutchinson, Ltd.
Stafford, Burke & Hecher
Swesnik and Blum Companies
Credit Suisse Bank
Wing Hang Bank

Selected Group Exhibitions

National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C.
University of Houston, Clear Lake, Houston, Texas
Alabama Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama
Pan American Health Organization Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, Ohio
NASA Visitors Center, Mississippi
Dansforth Museum, Framingham, Massachusetts
Old State House, Hartford, Connecticut
Museum of Science and Natural History, St. Louis, Missouri
Kansas Cosmosphere and Discovery Center, Hutchinson, Kansas
Brevard Art Center and Museum, Melbourne, Florida
Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida
University of Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum, Logan, Kansas
Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida
El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
Expo ’86, Tokyo, Japan Mitsukoshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Heritage-Hjemkomst Interpretive Center, Moorehead, Minnesota
Govinda Gallery, Washington, D.C.
National Arts Club, Membership Show
John F. Kennedy Space Center, Spaceport USA
Exhibition of Permanent Collection, Federal Reserve, Washington, D.C.
Massachussetts Bay Community College
Alpha Gallery, Rockville, Maryland
Oklahoma Air and Space Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.

One Woman Exhibitions

NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., 1982
Fashion MODA, New York City, 1982
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia, 1983
DC Space, Washington, DC., 1983
Alpha Gallery Retrospective, Rockville, Maryland, 1980-1990
Third Millennium Gallery, Retrospective, Annapolis, Maryland, 2006

Selected Private Collections

Tom Clancy, Baltimore, Maryland
Dale Hunter, Canada
Alan G Hassenfeld, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Senator Jacob Javits, New York City
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Lee, Annapolis, Maryland
Patty Moon, Baltimore, Maryland
Senator Claiborne Pell, Newport, Rhode Island
Michael Rea, Palm Beach, Florida
Carl Rowen, Washington, D.C.
General Thomas P. Stafford, Oklahoma
Admiral Richard D. Truly, Golden, Colorado
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vesley, Annapolis, Maryland

Selected Press

Sara Larkin “New Faces on the Block” — Baltimore Sun, April 2006
Sparkling Women by Maxemillien de Lafayette, 2006
“Her Art Is Out of This World” — Capital Gazette, Annapolis, Maryland, September 2006
NASA and The Exploration of Space, Launius and Ulrich, Publisher; Stewart, Tabori & Chang, New York, 1998
Washington International, Washington Personality, January 1990
Ad Astra, The Magazine of the National Space Society, April/May 1990
“What Color Is the Solar System?” — Sky and Telescope, May 1985
“Real Color of Planets Dull” — The Huntsville Times, 12 May 1985
Whose Who of American Women, 1986
Lagniappe, Exhibits of Space Shuttle, 9 June 1984
Hampton, Celestial Display, April 1983
Space World, Space Art, October 1982
Philadelphia Inquirer, 2 December 1982
Colorado Gazette Telegraph, 6 December 1982
Kansas Topeka Capital-Journal, 6 December 1982
L-5 News, painting on the cover, “Tribute to Apollo 17”, March 1982
“Celestial Display Startles Perspective” — Newport News, 1982
Killeen, Texas Daily Herald, December 1982
Cumberland Maryland News, December 1982
Decatur, Alabama Daily, 8 December 1982
“Tribute to Apollo 17” — The National Arts Club, 1982
Harrisonburg, Virginia News Record, 6 December 1982
“Smithsonian Shows Off Artists’ Views of Shuttle” — Cocoa, Florida Today, 6 December 1982
“Artists Who Record Space Travels and Zen” by Henry Mitchell — San Francisco Chronicle, 11 December 1982
Walnut Creek Contra Costa Times, 6 December 1982
Martha’s Vineyard Gazette, August 1979
“An Artistic Education of Ginger Jars” — The Washington Post, Style, 16 June 1978
“Modern Chinese Art” — Smithsonian Associate, 1976
First Exhibition of Contemporary Hong Kong Art, Hong Kong Arts Festival, 1974
“Expatriates in Hong Kong” — Town & Country, 1973
“Prints: An Echo” — Bangkok World Art Critic, 1971

Awards + Distinctions

Artist-in-Residence, St. John’s College, 1992
NASA-Commissioned Artist, 1982 — Documented key events of the U.S. Space Program 1980-1985. Commission: night launch STS2 of Shuttle Columbia highlighted the National Air and Space Museum’s 1983 NASA Art Program Exhibition.
Awarded the National Endowment for the Arts Artist Fellowship in 1981