Idelle Weber Catalogue
Idelle Weber
Group Exhibitions
"Scholastic Art Awards," Gold Keys, Regional and National. 
"Juried Show," First Prize, Carmel Art Association. Carmel, California. 
"Juried Show," Third Prize, Marquis Gallery. Beverly Hills, California. 
"Student Shows 1951-1956," University of California at Los Angeles. California. 
"Traveling California Exhibition," University of California at Los Angeles. California. 
"Recent Drawings, U.S.A.," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
"Masters Show," University of California at Los Angeles. California. 
"152nd Annual Exhibition," The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
"Juried Competition," City Center Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Juried Competition," Bodley Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Opening Group Exhibition," Martin Widdifield Gallery. New York, New York. 
"New Talent," Art in America and American Federation of Arts. 
Traveled nationally. 
"Group Show," Brooklyn Museum of Art. Brooklyn, New York. 
"Juried Show," Art Directions Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Modern American Drawings," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
Traveling exhibition. 
"Pop Goes the Easel," Contemporary Arts Museum. Houston, Texas. 
"Pop Art U.S.A.," Oakland Museum and California College of Arts and Crafts. Oakland, California. 
"Contemporary Drawings," Solomon Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. 
"Alumnae Art," Scripps College. Claremont, California. 
"The Box Show," Byron Gallery. New York, New York. 
"The Box Show," Dwan Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
"The New American Realism," Worcester Art Museum. Worcester, Massachusetts. 
"Pop Art and the American Tradition," Milwaukee Art Center. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
"Contemporary Boxes and Wall Sculpture," Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design. Providence, Rhode Island. 
"Acquisitions Exhibition," Worcester Art Museum. Worcester, Massachusetts. 
"Pop and Op," Albion College. Albion, Michigan, November. 
"The Drawing Society," Gallery of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
"100 American Drawings," Byron Gallery. New York, New York. 
"The Arena of Love," Dwan Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
"Anti-Sensibility Art," Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. 
"Contemporary American Figure Painters," Wadsworth Atheneum. Hartford, Connecticut. 
"Pop, Op, Top," Westmorland County Museum. Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, October 1966. 
"Dear Mother," Norfolk Museum. Norfolk, Virginia, March. 
"International Young Artists Exhibition: U.S.A. - Japan," Japanese Cultural Forum. Tokyo, Japan. January 1967. 
"New York Eleven," C.W. Post Art Center. Greenvale, New York. 
"The Fourth International Young Artists Exhibition: United States - Japan," Tokyo, Japan. 
"Twenty-five Stills," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
"Richard Brown Baker Collects," Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. 
"Realismus and Realitat," Kunsthalle Darmstadt. Darmstadt, Germany. 
"Watercolor and Drawings of American Realists," Meisel Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Realism," Young Hoffman Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. 
"Painting and Sculpture Today," Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
"Contemporary Images in Watercolor," Akron Art Institute. Akron, Ohio. 
"American Artists '76: A Celebration," McNay Art Institute. San Antonio, Texas. 
"America as Art," Smithsonian Institute. Washington, DC. 
"American Watercolor: 1912 - 1975," Amarillo Art Center. Amarillo, Texas. 
"Women Artists '78," Women's Caucus for Art, Graduate Center of the City University of New York. New York, New York. 
"Photorealism," Tolaino Gallery. Melbourne, Australia. 
"New Acquisitions," National Gallery of American Art. Washington, DC. 
"Late Twentieth Century Art," Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
"American Realism in the Industrial Age," Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, Ohio. 
"The Lewis Contemporary Art Fund Collection," Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond, Virginia. 
"New York Realists 1980," Thorpe Intermedia Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Aspects of the Seventies: Directions in Realism," Danforth Museum. Framingham, Massachusetts. 
"The Revival of Realism," Ralph Wilson Gallery, Lehigh University. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 
"Still Life: Paintings and Drawings," Miami Dade Community College. Miami, Florida. 
"Contemporary American Realism," The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
"New Dimensions in Drawing," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. 
"Photographs by Photorealists," Louis Meisel Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Real, Really Real and Superreal: Directions in Contemporary American Realism," San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, Texas, March 1-April 26, 1981. 
Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana. May 19-June 28, 1981.
Tucson Museum of Art. Tucson, Arizona. July 19-August 26, 1981.
Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October 24, 1981-January 3, 1982. 
"The American Photorealists," Louis K. Meisel Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Nocturne," Siegel Contemporary Arts. New York, New York. 
"24" X 24" X 24"," Ruth Siegel Ltd. New York, New York. 
"Salvo," Ruth Siegel Ltd. New York, New York. 
"The Garden: Concepts and Realities," Fendrick Gallery. Washington, DC. 
"America Seen: Contemporary American Artists View America," Adams-Middleton Gallery. Dallas, Texas. 
"Twentieth Century American Drawings: The Figure in Context," International Exhibitions Foundation. Washington, DC. 
Travelling exhibition. 
"Ten Artists," Ruth Siegel Ltd. at the International Contemporary Art Fair. Los Angeles, California, December 4-7, 1986. 
"Square and...," Ruth Siegel Ltd. New York, New York, November 25-December 7, 1986. 
"Diptychs, Triptychs, and Polyptychs," Graham Modern. New York, New York, July 10-August 22, 1986. 
"Painting and Sculpture Today," Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana, June 24-August 4, 1986. 
"Landscape, Seascape, Cityscape," Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, Louisiana, October 2-9, 1986. 
New York Academy of Art. New York, New York. 
"Nocturnal Images," The Paine Art Center and Arboretum. Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 
Burpee Art Museum. Rockford, Illinois. 
Noll, Anna C., curator.  "Earthly Delights, Garden Imagery in Contemporary Art," Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Fort Wayne, Indiana, September 10-November 6, 1988. 
"The Flower Show," Betsy Rosenfield Gallery. Chicago, Illinois, January 15-February 13, 1988. 
"An Awareness of Place," Richard Green Gallery. New York, New York, February 20-March 12, 1988. 
"Columnar," The Hudson River Gallery. New York, New York, February 20-March 12, 1988. 
"The Unnatural Landscape," Faye Gold Gallery. Atlanta, Georgia, July 15-August 25, 1988. 
"In Bloom at BMW," The BMW Gallery. New York, New York, May-September 1988. 
"New Faculty," Carpenter Center, Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts, September. 
"Elemental Visions / Personal Landscapes," Art Museum of South Texas. Corpus Christi, Texas. 
"Art in Bloom: The Flower as Subject," Jacksonville Art Museum. Jacksonville, Florida. 
"Issues in Post-Modernism," Yale University. New Haven, Connecticut. 
"Wish I Were There," Fendrick Gallery. Washington, DC. 
"Romanticism Revisited," Fendrick Gallery. Washington, DC. 
"Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Show," Fendrick Gallery. Washington, DC. 
"Thirteenth Anniversary Benefit Auction," New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. 
"Divergent Styles: Contemporary American Drawings," University Gallery, College of Fine Arts, University of Florida. Gainesville, Florida, February 18-March 18, 1990. 
Boettger, Suzaan, curator.  "Drawn to Nature," Lintas. New York, New York, March-April 1990. 
Weintraub, Linda, curator.  "Art What Thy Eat," Edith C. Blum Institute for Art, Bard College. Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. 
New York Historical Society. New York, New York. 
"In Sharp Focus: Superrealism," Nassau County Museum of Art. Roslyn Harbor, New York. 
"Monotypes," Staempfli Gallery. New York, New York. 
"A Fragile Balance," D'Arcy Masius Benton and Bowles, Inc. New York, New York. 
"Works on Paper," Earl McGrath Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
"The 756329 Group," The Brickbottom Gallery. Somerville, Massachusetts. 
"Group Show," Marcia Fogel Gallery. East Hampton, New York. 
"The Book is Art," Renee Fotouhi Fine Art. East Hampton, New York. 
"Magical, Mystical Landscapes," Renee Fotouhi Fine Art. East Hampton, New York. 
"Six Takes on Photorealism," Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion. Stamford, Connecticut. 
"Group Show," Aswaugh Hall. New Jersey. 
"An Uncommon Line," Schmidt Bingham Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Survey of American Realism," Gerald Peters Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
"New Museum Benefit," New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. 
"Contemporary Realist Watercolors," Sewall Art Gallery, Rice University. Houston, Texas. 
"Masters Workshop," Long Island University at Southampton. Southampton, New York. 
"Collector's Show," The Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas. 
"Recent Acquisitions: Selections from the Glenn C. Janss Collection," Boise Art Museum. Boise, Idaho. 
"Dialogues: On and Off the Wall," Schmidt Bingham Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Women in Nature," Jan Abrams Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
"Art and the Law," West Publishing Corporation. Minnesota. 
(traveling exhibition). 
"Collector's Choice," The Arkanas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas. 
"47th Annual Academy Purchase Exhibition," American Academy of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
"The Nature of Landscape," The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson. New York. 
"The Art of Justice," Krasdale Foods, Inc. New York, New York. 
"Flora: Contemporary Artists in the World of Flowers," Woodson Art Museum. Wausau, Wisconsin. 
Art Museum of Southeast Texas. Beaumont, Texas.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Gibbes Museum of Art. Charleston, South Carolina.
Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Memphis, Tennessee. 
"Objects of Personal Significance: Women Stretching the Definition of Still Life," Table Art Center, Eastern Illinois University. Charleston, Illinois. 
Texas Tech. Lubbock, Texas.
Knoxville Museum of Art. Knoxville, Tennessee.
Hunter Museum of Art. Chattanooga, Tennessee. 
"Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas," Gerald Peters Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
Tucson Museum of Art. Tucson, Arizona.
Art Museum of South Texas. Corpus Christi, Texas.
Western Gallery, Western Washington University. Bellingham, Washington.
Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester. Rochester, New York.
Gibbes Museum of Art. Charleston, South Carolina. 
"48th Annual Purchase Exhibition," American Academy of Fine Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
"Are You Blue?," Schmidt Bingham Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Collector's Show," The Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas. 
"Secrets," Schmidt Bingham Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Singular Impressions: The Monotype in America," National Museum of American Art. Washington, DC, April 4-August 3, 1997. 
Traveling exhibition. 
"Invitational Exhibition," Memphis College of Art. Memphis, Tennessee. 
"Surfing the Waves," Brevard Museum of Art & Science. Melbourne, Florida. 
"1997 Collector's Show," The Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas. 
"Collector's Show," The Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas. 
"Land, Light and Metaphor," Weber Fine Art. Scarsdale, New York. 
"Margaret Mallory Collection," The Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Santa Barbara, California. 
"Summer in the City," Schmidt Bingham Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Green Woods and Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition Since 1950," The Philbrook Museum of Art. Tulsa, Oklahoma. 
John and Mabel Ringling Museum of Art. Sarasota, Florida. 
Davenport Museum of Art. Davenport, Iowa. 
"Water," Schmidt Bingham Gallery. New York, New York. 
"International Invitational Watercolor Exhibition," Parkland College. Champaign, Illinois. 
"Reflections," Jean Albano Gallery. Chicago, Illinois, December. 
Chassman, Gary, curator.  "In the Spirit of Martin: The Living Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.," Organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in cooperation with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change. 
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African History. Detroit, Michigan.
The Bass Museum of Art. Miami Beach, Florida.
Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Brooks Museum of Art. Memphis, Tennessee.
The Montgomery Museum of Fine Art. Montgomery, Alabama. 
"Opting for Realism: American Painting in the 1970's," University of Virginia Art Museum. Charlottesville, Virginia, June-August 2002. 
"Contemporary Portraits," Gracie Mansion Chelsea. New York, New York, May 30-July 12, 2002. 
"Keenly Observed," Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sacred Heart University. Fairfield, Connecticut, January-March 2002. 
"178th Annual Exhibition," National Academy of Design. New York, New York, May 2-June 15, 2003. 
Granted Elin P. Speyer Award. 
"Challenging Tradition: Women of the Academy, 1826-2003," National Academy of Design. New York, New York, June 28, 2003-January 4, 2004. 
"Facing Reality: The Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism," Neuberger Museum of Art. Purchase, New York, September 15 - February 15. 
"Contemporary Prints from the Collection," National Academy Museum. New York, New York, July 2-October 3, 2004. 
"Photorealism: Paintings and Sculpture," Nassau County Museum of Art. Roslyn Harbor, New York, January 25-April 25, 2004. 
"Out of the Blues," Jean Albano Gallery. Chicago, Illinois, January 9-March 6, 2004. 
"Disegno: The 180th Annual Exhibition," National Academy Museum. New York, New York, May 25-July 3, 2005. 
Allan, Rebecca, curator.  "Painting and The Literary Impulse," The Philoctetes Center. New York, New York. January 1-March 17, 2006. 
"Shock of the Real: Photorealism Revisited," Boca Raton Museum of Art. Boca Raton, Florida. December 16, 2008-March 8, 2009. 
Sachs, Sid, curator.  "Beyond the Surface: Women and Pop Art 1958-1968," Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, The University of the Arts. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. January 22-March 15, 2010. 
Morris, Catherine, curator.  "Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958-1968," Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing, Brooklyn Museum. Brookyln, New York. October 15, 2010-January 9, 2011. 
Sheldon Museum of Art. Lincoln, Nebraska. July 30-September 24, 2010.
Tufts University Art Gallery. Medford, Massachusetts. January 20-April 3, 2011. 
"Gallery Selections," Hollis Taggart Galleries. New York, New York. May 17-July 1, 2011. 
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