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One Person Exhibitions

  • 2017 Retrospective, Heartis Village, Peoria, Illinois
    2012 “Confluences”, Osaka Gallery, Osaka, Japan w/ S.K. Misaki, (Catalogue)
    2011 “Confluences”, CJG Projects @ Exhibit A, New York, New York w/ S.K. Misaki, (Catalogue)
    2009 Tenri Gallery, New York, New York
    2008 Silvermine Gallery, New Canaan, Connecticut, (Two Person)
    2005 Hammond Museum, North Salem, New York
    2004 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan
    2004 Gallery LL, Kobe, Japan
    2004 Ulla Surland Gallery, Fairfield, Connecticut
    2003 Gallery 141, Nagoya, Japan
    2002 CJG Projects International Inc., New York, New York, “Sensaku”
    2002 Gallery Poem, Tokyo, Japan
    2001 Gallery Sakai, Sakai City, Japan
    2001 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan
    2000 Gallery Poem, Tokyo, Japan
    2000 C.J.G. Projects International, Provincetown, Massachusetts
    2000 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan
    1999 Cortland Jessup Gallery, New York, New York, “Sensaku”
    1999 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan
    1999 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, “Asoko”
    1999 Lamia Ink! Project Room, New York, New York, “Asoko”
    1999 Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Connecticut, “Earth Dreaming”
    1998 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
    1998 Gallery 141, Nagoya, Japan
    1998 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan
    1997 Cortland Jessup Gallery, New York, New York, “…Matter Of Abstraction”
    1997 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan, “Prayers for the Earth,” (“Daichi Eno Inori”)
    1997 Gallery Poem, Tokyo, Japan
    1996 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
    1995 Reece Galleries, New York, New York
    1995 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
    1995 Gallery Brocken, Tokyo, Japan, “Working on Wood – Twelve Year Survey”
    1994 Takeuchi Gallery, Niigata, Japan
    1994 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, “Constructing Memory”
    1994 Gallery Poem, Tokyo, Japan, “Earth, Matter and Spirit,” (Daichi Bushitsu Seishin)
    1992 Gallery Poem, Tokyo, Japan, “The Writing of Stones,” ( Ishi No Sho )
    1992 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, “Paradoxical Integuments”
    1991 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, “Earth Poems”
    1990 La Mama-La Galleria, New York, New York, “Kindred Spirits”
    1990 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, “Magma and Plinths”
    1988 Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut
    1988 White Light Gallery, New York, New York, “Earth Lights”
    1988 The Connecticut Gallery, Marlborough, Connecticut
    1987 Neville Sargent Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
    1987 Images Sculptural Concepts Gallery, Norwalk, Connecticut
    1987 Saint Peter’s Church, Citicorp, New York, New York, “New Clay/Ancient Sources”
    1985 Mona Berman Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
    1984 Elaine Starkman Gallery, New York, New York
    1983 Mona Berman Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
    1982 Noho Gallery, New York, New York, “Painted Clay”
    1982 Saugatuck Gallery, Westport, Connecticut
    1981 Gallery 36, New York, New York, “Markings”

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2011-12 “20 Year Anniversary Exhibition”, Lamia Ink! ArtBridge Project, Kyoto, Japan/New York, NY”
    2009 “Abstract Truths”, Gallery Sakai, Hakone, Japan
    2008 Gallery Circus Circus, Kobe, Japan
    2007 Hong Kong Council of the Arts, China
    2006 Dickinson State University Gallery, North Dakota, “Small Works”
    2005 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan, (two person exhibition)
    2004 Art Bridge, Kyoto, Japan “Together” in association with Japan Art Forum-Kyoto City Exchange
    2004 “Winter Discoveries”, New York City, Lamia Ink!
    2003 Lamia Ink!Art Bridge, Gallery Higashi Gura, Kami Gori, Japan
    2003 Rice/Polak Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
    2002 CJG Projects International, New York, New York, “Red”
    2002 CJG Lamia Ink! Art Bridge, Sakai City Museum, Japan, “Transformations”
    2002 Rice/Polak Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
    2001 Norwalk Community College, Norwalk, Connecticut, “Reflections: September 11”
    2001 Sakai City Municipal Museum, Sakai City, Japan “Art Bridge 3”
    2001 2001 New Wave, Hikone, Japan
    2001 Gallery Marya, Osaka, Japan, “International Exchange Exhibition”
    2001 Rice/Polak Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, “Feature Exhibition”
    2001 Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Connecticut, “Winter White”
    2000 Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, Maryland, “Snapshots”
    2000 Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, Connecticut, “Building on a Legacy”
    2000 Gallery 1100 Madison, New York, New York, “Conflux”
    2000 Gallery Sakai, Sakai City, Japan, “Art Bridge”
    2000 Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Connecticut, “Cultural (Ex)Change”
    2000 University of Connecticut, Stamford, Connecticut, “Past and Present”
    1999 Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania, “New Acquisitions”
    1999 Norwalk Community College, Norwalk, Connecticut, “Regeneration: Rebuilding Torn Societies”
    1999 Lamia Ink!, New York, New York, “Provincetown 100 Years an Art Colony,” (Catalogue)
    1999 Lamia Ink!, New York, New York, “Life-Color-Form”
    1999 Gallery Brocken, Tokyo, Japan, “Art Bridge III”
    1999 Gallery 141, Nagoya, Japan
    1998 University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island, “Elusive Traces”
    1998 Sakai City Museum, Osaka, Japan, “Bridge/Hashi”
    1998 Lamia Ink! at Cortland Jessup Gallery, New York, New York, “Marvelous Miniatures”
    1998 Cortland Jessup Gallery, New York, New York, “Sayonara Summer”
    1998 Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, “Small Packages”
    1997 Cortland Jessup Gallery, New York, New York, “Intimations of Mortality”
    1996 Gallery Poem, Tokyo, Japan, “The Embracement of Matter and Image”
    1996 Gallery Brocken, Tokyo, Japan, Group Cultural Exchange Exhibition, (Catalogue)
    1995 Reece Galleries, New York, New York
    1995 Sun Cities Art Museum, Sun City, Arizona, “Earth, Mind and Spirit”
    1994 Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    1994 Cast Iron Gallery, New York, New York, “Mnemonic Conflux,” (catalogue)
    1994 Frank Troncale Gallery, Sarasota, Florida, (two person exhibition)
    1993 Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts, “Mnemonic Conflux”
    1993 La Mama La Galleria, New York, New York, “Body Politic”
    1992 Gallery Poem, Tokyo, Japan, “The Embracement Area of Matter and Image,
    1992 Mixed Media After That.”
    1992 Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut, “The Nature of our Art Collection”
    1992 Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee
    1992 Neville Sargent Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “Small Works”
    1991 Toyamaya Gallery, New York, New York
    1991 The Gallery at Lincoln Center, New York, New York
    1991 Hrefna Jonesdottir Gallery, Lambertsville, New Jersey
    1990 Neville Sargent Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “Summer Show”
    1990 Hartje Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
    1989 The Gallery at Lincoln Center, New York, New York
    1989 Tomlyn Gallery, Tequesta, Florida
    1989 La Mama La Galleria, New York, New York, AIDS Benefit
    1989 Center for Book Arts, New York, New York, “Signatures: Books By Women”
    1988 Neville Sargent Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “Texture”
    1988 Orion Editions, New York, New York
    1988 Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Connecticut, (also 81,82,84)
    1987 Cheeseborough Ponds Gallery, Westport, Connecticut, “The Spirit of Things”
    1987 June Kelly Gallery, New York, New York, “Small Works”
    1987 White Light Gallery, New York, New York, “The New Sacred Art”
    1987 Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, New York, “Clay Transformations,” (Traveled to Flushing
    Council on Culture and the Arts, Flushing, New York)
    1987 Images Sculptural Concepts Gallery, Norwalk, Connecticut, “Sculpture East to West”
    1986 Zeus Trabia Gallery, New York, New York, “In Homage to Ana Mendieta”
    1986 Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, “Artists Select”
    1986 New York Open Center, New York, New York, “The Artist and The Spiritual Quest”
    1986 Windsor Gallery, Miami, Florida
    1986 Aetna Institute Gallery, Hartford, Connecticut, “The Aetna Collection”
    1986 Elaine Starkman Gallery, New York, New York, “Celebration of Women Artists
    1985 Albright Knox Museum Gallery, Buffalo, New York
    1985 Nimbus Gallery, Dallas, Texas, “Tenth Anniversary Exhibition Works on Paper”
    1985 Neville Sargent Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “Selections”
    1984 Elaine Starkman Gallery, New York, New York, “Totems”
    1984 Mona Berman Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, “Sculpture”
    1984 Soho 20, New York, New York, “Invitational”
    1983 Elaine Starkman Gallery, New York, New York, “Small Works”
    1983 Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut, “Art Faculty Exhibition”
    1983 General Electric Gallery, G.E. International Corporate Headquarters, Fairfield, Connecticut,
    “Contemporary and Ethnographic Art”
    1983 Mona Berman Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
    1982 Museum of Art Science and Industry, Bridgeport, Connecticut
    1982 Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut, “Stamford Loft Artists”
    1982 Noho Gallery, New York, New York, “Member Artists”
    1982 Meyer Breier Weiss, San Francisco, California
    1982 Hadler Rodriguez Galleries, New York, New York
    1982 Mona Berman Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
    1981 Ten Gallery, Fukuoka City, Japan
    1981 Downey Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California, “Westwood Clay National,” (catalogue)
    1981 Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut, “Connecticut Painters and Sculptors,” (also 1980)
    1981 Vertex Gallery, Taos, New Mexico, “Selections”
    1981 Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, Connecticut, “The Message Is The Medium”
    1981 Barnsdale Gallery, Los Angeles, California, “Emerging Artists”
    1981 Noho Gallery, New York, New York
    1981 Mona Berman Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
    1980 Carlsburg Glyptolek Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark, “International Festival of Women Artists”
    1980 Wildcliff Museum, New Rochelle, New York, “Paperworks ’80”
    1980 Muse Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    1979 Cage Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio

Museum Collections

  • Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania
    The University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa
    Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, Connecticut
    San Antonio Museum of Modern Art, San Antonio, Texas
    Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut

Selected Public Collections

  • Sakai City Municipal Art Collection, Sakai City, Japan Katrina
    Carye Hartje Collection, Frankfurt, Germany
    Pepsico Corporation, Purchase, New York
    I.B.M. Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia
    Citibank, New York, New York
    AT&T, Chicago, Illinois
    Sumitomo Trust and Banking Co., Ltd., New York, New York
    Hiroshima Bank Ltd., New York, New York
    Manufacturers Hanover Trust, New York, New York
    Aetna Life and Casualty Insurance Corporation, Middletown and Hartford, Connecticut
    Shearson Leahman Bros., Boston, Massachusetts and Omaha, Nebraska
    Chubb and Sons, New Haven, Connecticut; Long Island, New York; Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Juko Kimono Company, Kyoto, Japan
    Norwalk Community College Art Collection, Norwalk, Connecticut
    Fidelity Bank, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance, Enfield, Connecticut
    MONY Financial Services, Teaneck, New Jersey
    Tennessee Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee
    Pace Properities (The Mansion Art Collection) Dallas, Texas
    S.N.E.T., New Haven, Connecticut
    Bass Recording, Washington, D.C.
    Hollister Inc., Chicago, Illinois
    Mary Walter Inc. Art Collection, Chicago, Illinois
    Hamilton Standard United Technologies, Windsor Locks, Connecticut
    Miles Research Center Collection, West Haven, Connecticut
    St. Vincent’s Hospital Collection, New York, New York
    Insurance Services Inc., World Trade Center, New York, New York
    Kenneth Leventhal, Rockefeller Center, New York, New York
    Lincoln Financial Group, Hartford, Connecticut
    G.I.C. Real Estate Singapore, New York, New York

Installations and Commissions

United Nations, New York, New York, “Regeneration: Rebuilding Torn Societies”
Equitable Tower, New York, New York, Japan Travel Bureau International, “New Work/Ancient Sources”NYNEX, White Plains, New York
Performance Art Environmental Set Elements for “SYMPLEGMA” Performed at A.I.R. Gallery and Brecht Forum, New York, New York
M.B.I.A., Armonk, New York, “Fragmented Tablets”
United Jersey Bank, Corporate Headquarters, Princeton, New Jersey
General Electric, Stamford, Connecticut, “Twelve Fragments”
Loctite Corporation, Hartford, Connecticut, “Blue Elements”
Dr. Michael Albom Collection, New York, New York, “Ancient Sources”
R.R. Donnelley & Sons, New York, New York, “Elements”
St. Peter’s Church, CitiCorp, New York, New York, “New Clay/Ancient Sources”

Bibliography

  • Dr. Thalia Vrachopoulos, essay for catalog “Cursive”, Kowloon, Hong Kong, May 2007
    Suzanne Gerber, Westport, “Artist Showcase: Juliet Holland, The Matter of Art”, August, 2007
    John Gilmour, (essay for exhibition brochure) New York, September 2005
    William Zimmer, New York Times, Art, February 25, 2001, pg. 17
    Nobuhiro Matsumoto, “Elements and Structure of Expression in Art,” Book Pub. April 2000, Tokyo, Japan, pg. 52-53; 218-219
    Gi Gi Colson, Art New England, “Elusive Traces,” August 1998, pg. 61
    Mark Daniel Cohen, Review, “Juliet Holland…Matter of Abstraction,” New York, October 15, 1997
    Nobuhiro Matsumoto, (essay for exhibition) Tokyo, Japan, March 1997
    Joan Marks, Provincetown Banner, “Holland’s Constuctions Delve into the Mystic,” August 22, 1996
    Anthony Crisafulli, Cover Arts New York, “Juliet Holland,” Review. September, 1995; illus.
    Dr. Robert P. Metzger, (essay for exhibition brochure) New York, April, 1995
    Dr. Robert P. Metzger, Provincetown Arts, “Juliet Holland,” 1995 Vol. 11; illus.
    John P. Schutz, Provincetown Magazine, “Portrait of an Artist: Juliet Holland,” September 8, 1994; illus.
    Debbie Forman, Cape Cod Times, “Artist Works From History’s Leftovers,” September 16, 1994; illus.
    Madeline A. Virbasius, Cover Arts New York, “Understanding Silence,” May 1994, pg. 18; illus.
    Nobuhiro Matsumoto, Introduction of Juliet Holland, “Earth Matter and Spirit,” Tokyo, Japan, January, 1994
    Martha Scott, Catalogue Essay “Mnemonic Conflux,” New York, February 1994; illus.
    Nobuhiro Matsumoto, Introduction of Juliet Holland, “Writing of Stones,” Tokyo, Japan, November 1992
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    Design Spirit, “New Horizons For Transformational Art,” New York, Summer 1989, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 13 14
    Dr. Nancy F. Karlins, Battery News, “Review: Juliet Holland,” New York, February 29, 1988, p.22; illus.
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    Jacqueline Moss, The Advocate, “Review: Holland’s ‘Relics’,” May 20, 1983, pg. W6; illus.
    Jacqueline Moss, The Advocate, “Stamford Museum Celebrates,” April 13, 1982, pg. D7
    Elaine Wechsler, Artspeak, “Women Artists Take Over New York,” March 4, 1982, pg. 1
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    The Sunday Post, Bridgeport, “Profiles: Juliet Holland,” January 3, 1982
    Valerie Natsios, New York Arts Journal, “Review: Juliet Holland,” issue 22, April, 1981, pg. 39
    Westport News, April 29, ’81; Jan 8, ’82; Sept 1, ’82; Sept 25, ’87; Dec 4, ’87; Feb 5, ’88; Oct 21, ’88; Feb 9, ’90
    The Sunday Post, Bridgeport, “Juliet Holland,” April 26, 1981
    Exhibition Catalogue, Downey Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California, June, 1981; illus.

Education

  • New York University; New York, New York
    Harvard University; Cambridge, Massachusetts
    New England School of Art; Boston, Massachusetts

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