Timeline

1992–1994
Artist in Residence, Experimental Workshop, San Francisco, CA
1951
Born Long Beach, CA
1970
BFA, California College of Arts & Crafts, Oakland, CA
1972
MFA, California College of Arts & Crafts, Oakland, CA
1997
Artist in Residence, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM

Exhibitions

2006
Susan Street Fine Art Gallery, Solana Beach, CA
2005
Elins Eagles Smith Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Lemberg Gallery, Ferndale, MI (solo)
2004
Lisa Kurts Gallery, Nashville, TN (solo)
Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Ratón, FL (solo)
Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum, ID (solo)
2003
Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Quebec (solo)
Michael Dunev Art Projects, Torroella de Montgrí, Spain (solo)
Galerie Janos, Paris (solo)
Flanders Contemporpary Art, Minneapolis, MN (solo)
Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
2002
David Floria Gallery, Aspen, CO (solo)
Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
Ron Judish Gallery, Denver, CA (solo)
Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, DC (solo)
Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA (solo)
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida (solo)
2001
Hidell Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC (solo)
Lisa Kurts Gallery, Nashville, TN (solo)
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR (solo)
2000
Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, DC (solo)
Flanders Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN (solo)
Lisa Kurts Gallery, Memphis, TN (solo)
David Beitzel Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
Miller/Block Gallery, Boston, Massachussetts (solo)
Michael Dunev Art Projects, Torroella de Montgrí, Spain (solo)
David Floria Gallery, Aspen, Colorado (solo)
'Water: A Contemporary American View,' Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
1999
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
David Floria Gallery, Aspen, Colorado (solo)
Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL
Woodson Art Museum, Wausaw, WI
1998
Monotypes, Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, D.C.
Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, California (solo)
Aurobora Press, San Francisco, California (solo)
Miller/Block Gallery, Boston, Massachussetts (solo)
Monique Knowlton, New York, NY (solo)
Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL (solo)
1997
'American Landscape Paintings in the 90's', Harn Museum, Gainsville, FL
'Landscape and Memory', Diane Nelson Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA
'Trio of Landscape Artists: Katherine Bowling, April Gornik, Wade Hoefer', David Floria Gallery, Aspen, CO
'Selected Painters,' Andrea Friesen Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho
'New Monotypes,' Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
'Recent Paintings,' David Floria Gallery, Aspen, CO (solo)
'New Paintings,' Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, D.C. (solo)
'Selected Works', Jean Pierre Prebet, Roanne, France (solo)
1996
'16 Artists', Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Thomas Babeor, La Jolla, CA
'Field & Stream', Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York, NY
'Landscape: The Continuum', Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA
'Landscape- Past and Present', Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum, ID
'American Landscape Painting in the 90's', Harn Museum, Gainesville, FL
'Tabula Terrestras,' Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
'New Multi-Panel Landscape Paintings', Monique Knowlton, New York, NY (solo)
Miller-Block, Boston, MA (solo)
Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA
1995
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum, ID
L.A. Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York, NY
Acme Art, San Francisco, CA
Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, D.C. (solo)
Galerie Janos Paris, France (solo)
Monique Knowlton Gallery, NYC (solo)
California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido Beach, CA (solo)
Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum, ID (solo)
Lizardi Harp, Los Angeles, CA
L.A. Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
Modernism, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Thomas Babeor Gallery, La Jolla, CA (solo)
Jacques Kaplan, Kent, CT (solo)
1994
Miller Block Gallery, Boston, MA (solo)
Galerie Janos, Paris, France (solo)
Olga Dollar Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Thomas Babeor Gallery, La Jolla, CA
Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA
Olga Dollar Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Thomas Babeor Gallery, La Jolla, CA (solo)
Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA (solo)
1993
Soma Gallery, San Diego, CA (solo)
Modernism, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Miller/Block Gallery, Boston, MA
1992
Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR
'West Comes East', Miller/Block Gallery Boston, MA
Modernism, San Francisco, CA (solo)
1991
Asher/Faure Los Angeles, CA (solo)
Weisman Collection, San Diego Museum, San Diego, CA
'Not On Canvas', Asher/Faure Los Angeles, CA
1990
Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
Little Rock Museum of Contemporary Art, Little Rock, AR
1989
Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Cheney Cowles Museum of Art, Spokane, WA
University of New Mexico, Las Cruces, NM
Weisman Collection, Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA
1987
'True North-Far West,' (5 California Artists) Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Bank of America, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Sierra Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV (solo)
Asher/Faure, Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
'Bay Area Painting', Janet Steinberg Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1986
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Diablo Valley College, Diablo Valley, CA (solo)
Galerie Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA (solo)
'New Romantics', Richmond Art Center Richmond, CA
Asher/Faure Gallery Los Angeles, CA (solo)
'New California Paintings', Rancho Santiago College, Santa Ana, CA
'Artificial Paradise', Asher/Faure, Los Angeles, CA
'Recent Sculptural Painting', San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
1985
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR (solo)
Acme Art, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Gabriella Cardazza, Venice, Italy (solo)
Sonoma State University, Sonoma, CA
Gabriella Cardazza, Venice, Italy
1984
Gabriella Cardazza, Venice, Italy
1983
Grapestake Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo)
1981
Tom Luttrell Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Tom Luttrell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Richmond Art Center Richmond, CA
1978
'Reality of Illusion', Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA (traveling to: Denver Art Museum; University of Southern California Art Gallery; Honolulu Academy of Art; University Art Museum-University of Texas, Austin, TX; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Hoover Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA (solo)
1976
Elaine Gans, San Francisco, CA (solo)
1975
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (solo)
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA (solo)
1973
Richmond Art Center Richmond, CA (solo)
Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL
Honig-Cooper Corporation, San Francisco, CA
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA

Literature

1983–4/2000
Dugan, Cory. 'Wade Hoefer', ArtNews.
2/1997
Click, Karrie. 'Trio of Landscape Artists at David Floria Gallery: Katherine Bowling, April Gornik, Wade Hoefer',The Aspen Times.
2/1996
Henry, Garrit. 'Wade Hoefer at Monique Knowlton', Art in America, p. 89.
1999
Garver, Thomas H. 'Water and Land, Water and Sky', Water: a Contemporary American View, Gibbs Museum of Art.
1998
Hemphill. 'Wade Hoeffer', Artnews.
1998
Living Arts. 'Young Life Blossoms: Abstractions Turn Inside Out', The Boston Globe.
1991
Morris, Gay. 'Wade Hoefer at Modernism', Art in America.
1990
Grossman, Rachel. 'Wade Hoefer', Northern California Home and Garden.
1989
Cohn, Teri. 'Looking at the Land', Artweek.
1986
Shere, Charles. 'The ‘New Romantics’ Shoot for Realism,” Oakland Tribune.
1986
Shere, Charles. 'The ‘New Romantics’ Shoot for Realism,” Oakland Tribune.
1985
Baker, Kenneth. 'Surrealist Work: Getting the Night Right', San Francisco Chronicle (i-.
1983
Albright, Thomas. 'Bold Changes From n ‘Abstract Illusionist,” San Francisco Chronicle.
11/1994
Pincus, Robert L. 'Contemporary Artist Envisions Imaginary Worlds', The San Diego Union Tribune.
10/1996
Protzman, Ferdinand. 'This Land is Your Land', The Washington Post, October 31.