selected recent exhibitions, screenings, reviews, links etc.:

Beyond Words Magazine, April, 2024, "Winter Symmetry" image paired with poem 

   "January in the Glen" by Thomas Sims

Upstream Gallery, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY,

   "Ordinary and Extraordinary" annual photography exhibition, February, 2024

   My image "Amunhotep in the Sun"

Black Box Gallery, Online Annex Gallery, "Street + Still Life + Fashion," January, 2024

Beyond Words Magazine, Issue 42, December 2023, "Shadow Symmetry 2" paired with  

   poem by Dick Altman, "Falling into Arms of My Shadow"

Rattle Magazine, Ekphrastic Challenge, December, 2023

   my image "Cold Sun" was the prompt for poetry submissions. 

   I chose Dante Di Stefano's poem, "Curriculum Vitae"

The Other Side of the Desk, essay by David Gibson, "The Cloud Connection"

   September 10, 2023, on my video work 

Upstream Gallery, Hasting-on-Hudson, NY, 

   "Our Bodies, Ourselves, Fifty Years On" - Curator's award for "Blue Horns"

SE Center for Photography, "Light" 2023

J. Mane Gallery, "Black and White" 2023

Unspooled Film and Animation Festival, UW-Stout, Menomonie, WI

    May, 2023

The Tenney Lapham Art Walk, Madison, WI, June 2023

Art Cake, Brooklyn, NY, "On Balance" American Abstract Artists recent work,

   curated by Mary Birmingham, April, 2023

Sunspot Lit, Inception contest, second place award for

   "The Last Storm: Beginning" still from video. 2022 edition.

Art for Progress at Seven House Gallery, Brooklyn, NY,

   "Mixed Greens" event with art and music, Nov. 2022,
   "Deliver Us" - Painted People
Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, NY, "Small Works
   2022" November - December, 2022,
   "People Have the Power" - Painted People
Riverfront Art Gallery, Yonkers, NY, "Memento Mori"
   May, 2022, Painted People
SeeMe, Blue Art Gallery, NYC, "Emerge" April, 2022, 
   "Waltz in Blue" video.
Fusion Arts, Annual Black and White Exhibition,
   February, 2022, Image 1Image 2
440 Gallery, 16th Annual Small Works Show,
   thru Jan. 31, 2021
   Online at Artsy, see it HERE
WEAD (Woman Eco Artist Dialog),
   "Emotional Numbness, the impact of war on the 
   human psyche and ecosystems," online and in
   Tehran, Iran at Platform 3. See HERE for a review
   with picture in "Art and Politics Now"
   September 2020-January 2021
Beyond Words, Issue 7, 2020, October, 2020
   "Hand Over Hand 2", scroll to p. 9.
Beyond Words, Issue 6, September, 2020
   Video of my reading my poem on Facebook page,
   "Three Things I Saw that Made Me Stare"
   See it HERE
Hudson Guild's 23rd Annual Community Art Jam​, 
 July, 2020, online HERE, featuring "Yellow Shadow"
Grey Cube Gallery, "Skles" online group exhibition, July 
featuring Painted People Hubble series digital collage.
440 Gallery, "Refuge" online group exhibition on Artsy,
   curated by Nicole Mourino, July, 2020 
Beyond Words (Facebook Page):
   "The Sea Will Answer All Questions,"
   poem and video by J.Wilkinson, May, 2020
J. Mane Gallery, "In Full Bloom" February 2020
   Five works included in exhibition, see it HERE. 

490 Gallery, "Magnum Opus," January, 2020,
 Group exhibition featuring the Painted People
   and an interactive video installation.
Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL. "Truth as a Contested
November 1 - 23, 2019. Featuring the
   Painted People in "People Have the Power."
La Piccolatta Barca, online magazine, October 2109  
featuring images from the City Symmetry Hand-
   colored series

Gestalt Projects "Representational Abstraction 2,
 on Artsy, September 30 - December, 2019.
   Featuring my "Transformational Symmetries."
Painted People "Troubadours" on the cover of Robert 
   Krantz poetry book, Something to Cry About,
published by High Shelf Press, June, 2019,
    reviewed by        ​   Alexandra Umlas: 
Fusion Art
   "4th Annual Cityscapes Exhibition"   June, 2019 

Transborder Art
   Art: Intersubjectivity and Social Media:
   Conversations with Artists

   A discussion with Jonathan Sims, R.J. Supa, and Jeanne       
   Wilkinson curated by Jeremy Johnson,
   produced by Graciel Cassell for television
High Shelf Press, "Jeanne Wilkinson Art" 
7 Blended Landscapes 
J. Mane Gallery, Urban Landscapes 3 Blended
   CityScapes, Honorable Mention for "CityScape 4"
   online September 1 - 30, 2018
Fusion Art, Artist Spotlight, Solo Exhibition,
   City Symmetry series, September, 2018
Fusion Art: Photography, CityScapes,
   Cityscape with Tree, CityScape with Forest, in July,  
   2018 exhibition at
3th Street Repertory Theater
   Lovers, Letters and Killers, starring Eva Dorrepaal,
   directed by Joe Battista,
   featuring my video installation, Nov. - Dec. 2017.
   Review in Broadway World
   Reviews on Showscore
Five:2:One: Mushroom People, online exhibition
   Jan. 5 - March 14th, 2017, #sideshow 
Fusion, City Symmetry,
   Sunspot 1, online exh. June, 2017 Third place award
Fish Food:
   Animated Abstractions 3,4 Summer, 2017
Five Myles Gallery, “The Painted People in the Clouds
   and Beyond” One-person exhibition with video installation,
   March 2016
New York, NY, (The Producer’s Club)
   The New York Independent Film Festival, 
Experimental Category, ‘The Last Storm,’ April, 2016
Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY, Greenpoint Film Festival,
   Experimental Category, ‘The Last Storm,’ March 2016
Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
   "Endless/Entire" with a review by Alexis Clements
   of this group show of the American Abstract Artists
   "Muddying the Circumscribed Myth of Abstraction"
   in Hyperallergic, December 11, 2015 
Dawn Hunter Gallery, Gowanus Art Weekend,

   October, 2015, Screening four films.
Gallery 128, Lower East Side, New York,
November, 2015 ‘The Painted People Ride Again’ 
   Screening in conjunction with Kaitlin Martin
   and Jefre Harwoods’s exhibition entitled
   ‘What’s So Great About Reality?'
Art For Progress Rooftop Screening,
Long Island City, June, 2015
Dawn Hunter Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
   ‘Myth, Archaeology and the Itinerant Futures’,
   2-person exhibition, May 2015, with Maya Suess
   Review by Peter Malone in "Hyperallergic." 
Yonkers Arts Weekend
‘Earth, Air, Water, Fire’ May, 2015
Riverfront Library, Yonkers, NYC,
January – February, 2015
   “The Technicolor Travels of the Painted People”
   One-person exhibition, a retrospective of the Painted People
Queen’s College Art Center
    Screening of ‘Climate March NYC 2014’ and ‘An         
    Accelerating Decline’ Moderater of discussion of climate   
    change issues, Oct. 2014   
CREON Gallery, NYC, October, 2014
   ‘Video By Night 3’ curated by Jeanne Wilkinson, 
    screening of work by Wilkinson, 
    Patrick Derivaz, Michael Lisnet, Matt Lawzewski, 
    Jiwon Choi and Sasha Sumner
Pop Up Gallery, Yonkers, NY,
 ‘An Indestructible Sense of Wonder’ Video installation,
    Curated by Haifa Bint Kadi, May, 2014
Fridge Art Fair, LIC, ‘Video Fridge’ selection of videos,
curated by Jeanne Wilkinson, May, 2014
CREON Gallery, NYC, October, 2013
    ‘Video By Night 2’ curated by Jeanne Wilkinson,     
    screening of work by Wilkinson, Sarah Bliss, Daniel
    Clapp, Augusta Palmer, and Karl Erickson
Trestle Gallery, Solstice Installation, June 21 – July 10, 2013,
   with Will Hutnick
Gallery 128, Rivington St., NYC, screening 
   January 5, 2013 ‘Something Something with Fish’:
   a collaboration with Kaitlin Martin
Galerie 240, Ottawa, Canada, Screening of videos from 2
   projectors on scrims ‘Nuit Blanche,’ September, 2012
Brooklyn GO Open Studio, September, 2012, 
   sponsored by  the Brooklyn Museum of Art                          

Spring, DUMBO, Brooklyn                                                        

   ‘Voyage’ November, 2011, screening of videos from 2 projectors on scrims.   
Creon Gallery ‘Video Alchemy’ June, 2011, screening of new
    work, with Elizabeth Riley
President’s Gallery, Pratt Institute
    ‘Students Look at Art’ opening October 2010,
    video installation
Crecloo Gallery, 36th Street, NYC
   1+1=1, October 19 – December 16, 2006
   With Frank Lind, curated by Wook Choi, with catalog
Rogersmitharts, Roger Smith Hotel, 47th and Lexington,
   NYC ‘Lobby Series 1: Paintings by Jeanne Wilkinson’
   May 3 – May 30, 2004
The Painting Center, Project Room, SoHo, NYC
   ‘Gone Painting and Other Fish Stories,’
   March 30 – April 24, 2004
Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA
   ‘A Season of Symmetries,’ Nov. 17, 2000 - Jan. 2001,
    with catalog
Dime Bank, 48th and 5th Avenue, NYC
   ‘Square Paintings’ 1998
Chico Mendez Memorial Garden Gallery, NYC 1997
   ‘Square Paintings and Packaged Abstractions’
Janos Gat Gallery, New York, NY 1994
Mabel Tainter Memorial Museum, Menomonie, WI
   1991 ‘Striving after Wind’ 

group exhibitions and screenings (from 2015)

Riverfront Art Gallery: The Wild Side  
   July 17 – Aug. 27, 2018
LACDA Electron Salon: print of PP “The People Have    
   the Power”June-July 2018
Fusion Art: Skies, PP Cloud Chevy, Cloud Flower, at
Riverfront: Unsettled, March 1-26, 2018 opening,
Trestle Art Gallery: Small Works 2017,
   July 6-27, 2017 “People Have the Power” 9x12” framed,
   hand colored digital collage
Baruch Small Works 2017: Mushroom Creek,
   January 2017
Secret Theater, Long island City, exploration of water in
   film and video,
January, 2017, group show
Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Trestle Art Benefit,
Nov. – Dec. 2016
Lichtundfire, Rivington Street, NYC, "E32 3rd 2sDay"
   projection and discussion, curated by Linda Griggs,
   Oct. 18th, 2016
Shirley Fiterman Art Center, Lower Manhattan, Chromatic Space, curated by Jonathan D. Lippincott,
   American Abstract Artists 80th Anniversary,
   September – November, 2016
Camp Soul Grow Studio, Montauk, NY,
   Pop-up Exhibition, curated by Aubrey Roemer, Sept., 2016
Pratt Institute, 2016 Alumni Exhibition,
‘What’s in a Landscape,’
   curated by Susan Luss, September, 2016
Sydney Mishkin Art Gallery, Baruch College, NYC,
   Small Works, curated by Richard Timperio, April, 2016
Morean Art Center, St. Petersburg, FL., Exquisite Porch, 
   curated by Amanda Cooper and D. Dominick Lombardi,
   March, 2016
1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery,
   UBS Building, NYC, 
The Onward of Art, Jan. – March 2016,
   curated by Karen Wilkin, American Abstract Artists Exhibition
Morris-Warren Gallery,Visible Histories, Jan. – Feb. 2016,
   curated by Max Weintraub, 
   American Abstract Artists Exhibition
Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
   ‘Endless Entire’ November, 2015, AAA exhibition
Trestle Gallery, ‘Small Works’ July, 2015
Mark Miller Gallery, LES, New York City
   ‘Dogs and Cats: 21 Artists Unleashed and on the Prowl’
   curated by Nancy Grimes, April – May 2015
Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College
   ‘Small Works’ curated by Richard Timperio, March-April 2015
Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery,
   Nashville, Tennessee

   AAA 75th Anniversary Print Portfolio, Jan. – Feb. 2015
A.I.R. Biennial, A.I.R. Gallery, DUMBO, NYC,
curated by Nancy Princenthal, Dec. 2014 – Jan. 2015
440 Gallery, ‘Small Works’
curated by William Carrol, Dec. 2014 – January 2015 

websites, articles, etc.
Painted People "Troubadours" on the cover of Robert 
   Krantz poetry book, Something to Cry About, published
   by High Shelf Press, June, 2019
reviewed by        
   Alexandra Umlas:
Westchester Guardian, Volume XI, No. XVII,
   ‘Interview with Artist Jeanne Wilkinson,’ by Lee 
 Thursday, August 18, 2016, pp. 14 – 16.
Huffington Post Online, Huffpost Arts and Culture,
   ‘Jeanne Wilkinson: Quietly Creating Doesn’t
   Mean Settling for Less,’     
   interview with D.
   Dominick Lombardi, March 9, 2016,  
Gotham Buzz, ‘American Abstract Artists Exhibit’
   by Michael Wood, Feb. 2, 2016
Hyperallergic. ‘Muddying the Circumscribed Myth of Abstraction,’ by Alexis Clements, Dec. 11, 2015
The Adirondack Review, Fall, 2015, Photo Essay of the
   Painted People at the studio of Susan Luss
Channel 12, Westchester: News feature about
   ‘The Technicolor Travels of the Painted People’
   Reported by Carol Wilkinson, February 14, 2015
Yonkers Rising, Volume 110, Number 4, January 23,
   2014, ‘On View: The Technicolor Travels of the Painted
   People’ photos by Donna Davis
Creative Sugar Magazine, Winter 2013, 
   ‘Brooklyn Multi-Media
   Mythologist:  Artist Jeanne Wilkinson’

   by Mark Blickley, pp. 8 - 10

Melissa Wolf Fine Arts,
   ‘Virtual Fantasy’ online exhibition 2011 - 2012 – articles from 2010 and 2011:
Art For Progress (
   “Featured Artist” for June, 2009
   Image from “Sky People” series featured, March 2009

Group Exhibitions 2014 and before

Ambassador’s Residence, Bogota, Columbia,

   Selection from the AAA 75th Anniversary Print Portfolio, 2014
NOoSphere Arts, NYC
    ‘Deja Vu’ sponsored by Art For Progress, November 2014
Anthology Film Archives & Time Warner 34/Cablevision
Transborder Part 1 International Panel and Video,
   screening of ‘An Accelerating Decline’ 2014
Morgan Stanley International Headquarters, Purchase, NY
    ‘Sensory Impact’ - works by American Abstract Artists, 2014
Muhlenberg College, Martin Art Gallery, Sept. 2014
    American Abstract Artist’s 75th Anniversary Print Portfolio
Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn,
   AAA Tribute to Leo Rabkin, Summer, 2014
Artspace, New Haven, CT, ‘Something Blue’ April, 2014
Mahlstedt Gallery, New Rochelle, NY,
   Shadow Odyssey, May, 2014
Museum of the City of New York, ‘Rising Waters 2.0:
   More Photographs of Sandy, Through March 31st, 2014
Cheryl Pelavin Gallery ‘2013 Benefit Holiday Art Exhibition
   for Children at Risk’ Sponsored by Art in a Box,
   December 2013
PAX, Miami, Fl
   The Fridge Art Fair NYC: the Miami Popsicle Project,
   Edition 2, December 2013
Trestle Gallery, ‘Winter Art Sale Fundraiser’ November 2013
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery
   SCENE: Brooklyn @ BAC, in conjunction with ‘For and About:
   Art and Reactions to Superstorm Sandy’ November 6, 2013,
   screening “An Accelerating Decline”
UT Gallery, , Knoxville, Tennessee
   ‘AAA 75th Anniversary Print Portfolio’
   Novermber, 2013
Union Docs, Williamsburg, Brooklyn,
   SCENE: Brooklyn, sponsored by the Brooklyn Arts Council
   October, 2013, screening “An Accelerating Decline”
CREON Gallery, NYC, October, 2013
   ‘Video By Night 2’ curated by Jeanne Wilkinson,
   screening of work by Wilkinson, Sarah Bliss, Daniel Clapp,
   Augusta Palmer, and Karl Erickson
Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, NYC, January, 2013
   ‘Sideshow Nation,”
Gallerybar, 120 Orchard St., NYC December, 2012
   ‘What’s Your Religion?’
CREON Gallery, NYC, October, 2012
   ‘Video By Night’ curated by Jeanne Wilkinson,
   screening of work by Wilkinson, Mark Wiener, Linda di Gusta,
   Beth Warshafsky, Timothy Hutchings
Pratt Institute, Annual Faculty Exhibition,
   Fall, 1999 - 2012
Brooklyn Artists Space, Trestle Gallery, August
   2012 ‘Small Works’
The Paper Box, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY, June 2012
   ‘Brooklyn Beat’ sponsored by Art For Progress,
   screening on outdoor wall of animations.
Brecht Forum, New York, NY April, 2012,
   ‘Soundpainting’ with the Strike Anywhere Performance
   Ensemble, ‘FreePlay’    series
Fountain Art Fair, New York, NY, March, 2012
   (sponsored by Art For Progress)
   ‘American Abstract Artists International 75th Anniversary’
   March, 2012
Irondale Center, Brooklyn, NY
   ‘Heaven and Hell’ video installation ,
   a colloboration with Haifa Bint Kadi
   and also with the Strike Anywhere Performance Ensemble
   in their ‘Same River’ presentation, March 2012
St. Joseph College, Brooklyn, NY
   ‘There’s a Story Here’ curated by Ramona Candy and Stacy 
   Temple, March, 2012
Fountain Art Fair, Miami Basel, Art for Progress,
   December, 2011
Ice Box Projects Space, Crane Arts, Philadelphia,
   Pennsylvania, ‘Abstraction’ (American Abstract Artists
   anniversary exhibition), November 2011
Digable Arts Fest, Hoboken, NJ, Monroe Arts Building,
   October, 2011
Soft Machine Gallery, Allentown, PA.
   Summer exhibition, 2011
Gallery 210, Brooklyn, NY,
   ‘Oink’ group exhibition, summer 2011
A.I.R. ‘Wish You Were Here’ Summer, 2011
O.K. Harris Gallery, SoHo, NYC, “American Abstract Artists
   75th Anniversary”  June – July, 2011
Deutscher Kunstlerbund e.V., Berlin, Germany
   ‘American Abstract Artists International 75th Anniversary’
   May – June 2011
Schafler Gallery, ‘Books’ –
   ‘Students Look at Art’ video installation 2011
Art For Progress Washington DC ‘Forward Festival’
screening of “Night in the City: the Movie”) 2011
Exit Art ‘Fracking’ Dec. 2010 – March 2011
MyArtSpace at Scope, Miami, Dec. 2010
Apex Art, TriBeCa, NYC
   “Commercial” Art at Apex Art, November – December, 2010
WG Gallery, Greenpoint, NYC
   Sponsored by Woven Spaces, November, 2010
C Art Gallery, Seattle, WA
   ‘Passionately Pink’ October 2010
Headquarter's Gallery, Tribeca, NYC, October 2010 ‘
   'Critical Mass' sponsored by Art For Progress curated
   by Natalie Kates
Project One, 251 Rhode Island Street,
   San Francisco‘Shorts and Beats V VI San Francisco’ 
   Curated by Daniel  Maldonado of Gashouse Films, 
   Screenings May 22nd and 23rd, 2010
Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) ‘Scene: Brooklyn Film
   Series, sponsored by the Brooklyn Arts Council, 
   Screening May 12, 2010 of animated film short
New Jersey City University Art Gallery, Jersey City, NJ,
   March 2010, ‘Make Believe’ curated by Debra Jenks
440 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY ‘Small Works’
   (collaboration with Andrew Yonda), December
   2009 (‘Delivery’ won Curator’s Award, chosed by
   curator Charles Long)
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC ‘Generations VII’ December 2009
NYAXE Gallery, Palo Alto, CA, ‘Autumn
   2009 Exhibition’ (collaboration with Andrew Yonda),
   November, 2009
CSV Center, the Flamboyan Theater, ‘Artists’ Loft VIII’
   sponsored by Art For Progress,
   curated by Frank Jackson, Oct. 2009
Climate Gallery, Long Island City, New York, ‘Never
   Think Small’ October, 2009
Pratt Insitute Steuben Gallery, ‘ReIGNITE’
   Alumni Show, September, 2009
Creon Gallery,
   NYC, ‘EXPOSED’ September, 2009,
Galerie 240, Ottawa, Canada, April, 2009, Tempe, Arizona, ‘Mini, Mini: 4 x 4 Inch
   Art Show, Feb. – March, 2009
Belas Artes University Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil
   ‘Pratt Prints’ March 17 – 28, 2009
Gallery Gravura Brasileira, São Paulo, Brazil
   ‘Pratt Prints’ January 8 –31, 2009
Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts (LACDA)
   ‘Snap to Grid” October 9 – November 1, 2008
The Painting Center, SoHo, NYC
   ‘ American Abstract Artists: A Tribute to Esphyr Slobodkina’
   September, 2008
Wook & Lattuada, 36th Street, NYC
   ‘A Scenic Drive’ March-April, 2008
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC
   ‘Generations 6’ February 6 – March 1, 2008
Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, NYC, ‘War is Over’
   January, 2008
Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts (LACDA)
   ‘Snap to Grid” September 13 – October 4, 2007
Pro-Arts Jersey City and Canco Lofts
   ‘Happily Ever After’ curated by Debra Jenks, Sept. 21 – Oct.
   20, 2007, Jersey City, NJ
Victory Hall, Jersey City, New Jersey
   ‘About Photography’ curated by Robert Kosinski and Edward
   Fausty, June 2 – 30, 2007 (with catalog)
Bridge Art Fair, Chicago, Consuela Art Projects, April 2007
St. Peter’s College, Jersey City, NY
   ‘Continuum: In Celebration of 70 Years of American Abstract
   Artists, March 21-April 25, 2007 
Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
   ‘Mermaids’ July 22 – August 6, 2006
Painting Center, SoHo, NYC
   ‘Conversations in Paint’ June 20 – July 15, 2006
   Organized by Carrie Patterson, St. Mary's College of Maryland
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, ‘Wish You Were Here 5’
   June 28 – July 22, 2006
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, ‘Generations ’06’ March 9 – April 1, 2006
Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
   ‘War is Over’ January 2006
Akus Gallery, Eastern Connecticut State University,
   Willimantic, CT, ‘Conversations in Paint’
   Oct. 20 – Dec. 17, 2005
Yellow Bird Gallery, Newburgh, NY,
   American Abstract Artists at Yellow Bird, September, 2005
Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts (SICA),
Long Branch, New Jersey ‘Over the Top – Under the Rug’
   September 9 – October 8, 2005,
   curated by Dominick Lombardi
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, 2005, ‘Wish You Were Here Too!’
Broadway Gallery, SoHo, NYC: ‘Funkadelicide’ May, 2005
Andrews Art Gallery, William and Mary College,
   Williamsburg, VA
   ‘Conversations in Paint’ January 19 – February 19, 2005
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, 2004
   ‘Generations 04’ March 2 – 26, 2004
Erie Art Museum, Erie, PA, ‘Women Artists: Past and
   Present’ Spring 2004
Furlong Gallery, University of Wisconsin,
   Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin
   ‘Woman’s Alumni Exhibition,’ Oct. 6 - Nov. 7, 2003
The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin and Marshall College,
   Lancaster, PA ‘Women Artists: Past and Present’
   Autumn, 2003
A.I.R Gallery, NYC, 2003 ‘Wish You Were Here Too!’
   June 24 - July 19, 2003
   Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA,
   ‘The African Spirit in Contemporary Art,’ 
   December 10, 2002 - February 28, 2003.
Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA
   ‘Women Artists: Past and Present’ October 24 - Dec 2002,
   with catalog, traveling exhibition.
Einladung zur Teilnahme: Art Project by Regina Frank:
   What is Black, What is White? Participation via email in an
   interactive performance, installation shown at the 
   Muffathalle in Munich, October 24 – 27, 2002.
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC, ‘Postcards,’ June 18 - July 13, 2002.
Martin Art Gallery,
   ‘Abstract Dilemmas: The American Abstract Artists’
   curated by Dr. Lori Verderame June 14 - August 4, 2002
Markers 2 - Casel Art Project - 11th Documenta
   Tel Aviv; TCELA Association Gallery, Berlin;
   Documenta City, June 2002, Casel, Germany
A.I.R Gallery, NYC, 2002
   ‘GENERATIONS III’ February - March, 2002
Exit Art, 548 Broadway, NYC
   ‘Reactions’ January 12 - March 30, 2002, collective exhibition
   about reflections on the events of September 11, traveled to
   the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery at Art Center
   College of  Design in Pasadena, CA,
through August
   27, 2002, exhibition gifted to Library of Congress,
   Washington, D.C., available
116 Prince Street, NYC
   ‘Here is New York: Images from the Frontline of History: A
   Democracy of Photographs’ through Dec. 2001,
   traveling to Chicago and Berkeley, CA.
129 Lafayette Street, NYC
   ‘Ground Zero’ curated by Seema Garkhel, August, 2001
Masterpiece Galleries, New Hope, PA
   ‘This Land is Our Land: Bucks County Landscapes’ Nov. 1 -
   Dec. 31, 2000
Furlong Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stout,
   Menomonie, WI ‘From Realism to Non-Objectivity:
   Contemporary Art from NY to Philadelphia’      
   Oct. - Nov. 18, 2000
Hillwood Art Museum, C.W. Post Campus,
   Long Island University
   ‘Toward the New: American Abstract Artists 1930-2000’
   Brookville, New York, Sept. 4 - Nov. 12, 2000
Buck’s County Traveling Exhibition
   ‘Impact Africa! Art, Culture, and Inspiration,’
   Buck’s County, PA, Aug. 2000 - June 2001.
A.I.R Gallery, NYC, 2000
   GENERATIONS II, February 17 - March 11, 2000
Robeson Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 1999
   ‘A Gathering of Women: A Healing Place,’ Sept. 15 - Dec. 2, 1999, curated by
   Martina Johnson-Allen
President’s Gallery Exhibition, Pratt Institute Oct.- Dec. 1999
Masterpiece Galleries, New Hope, PA Nov. 7-Dec. 1999
Masterpiece Galleries, New Hope, PA
   ‘Women Artists: Past and Present’ Oct. 1-Nov.4, 1999
LL Gallery, New York City, June-July 1999 'd’ART INTERNATIONAL Summer    
   Issue Celebration: Making Connections'
   Curated by Robert Curcio and Leeza Ahmady,
Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College
   ‘Local Color,’ Allentown, Pennsylvania, Summer 1999
Judith Klein Gallery
   ‘Celebration! (Significant Smaller Works),’
   New York, NY 1997-8
Westbeth Gallery, Group Show, Organization of
   Independent Artists, New York, NY 1997
Federal Reserve Bank
   Group Show, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council,
   New York, NY 1997
New York County Lawyer's Association
   Group Show, curated by Stephen Rosenberg, NYC, 1996
Tribeca 148, ‘Mass Exposure,’ Art Initiatives, NYC, 1995
Eighth Floor Gallery
   ‘Between This and That,’ NY SoHo Biennial, NYC, 1995
420 West Broadway
   ‘A Grand Affair,’ Art Initiatives, NYC, 1995
Tribeca 148
   ‘Dealer's Choice,’ NYC, 1995
Tribeca 148
   Salon Show, Art Initiatives, NYC, 1994
Anita Shapolsky Gallery
   ‘Young Artists,’ SoHo, NYC, 1993
Ridge Gallery
   ‘Aids and Artifacts,’ NYC, 1991
Ridge Gallery
   Group Show, NYC, 1990
L.E. Phillips Memorial Library
   ‘Wisconsin Arts West Juror's Choice,’ Eau Claire, WI 1986

Leonard Lopate show, WNYC, National Public Radio, June 27, 2007
Interview with Leonard and Phillip Lopate re. “Ruminating on Ruminants”, 
an essay winning 4th place in Phillip Lopate’s contest on the subject of “Breaking Up.” Essay and interview posted on WNYC website.
‘Arts and Minds’ interview on Bravo cable network TV regarding an earlier essay by myself written for d’Art International magazine on the paintings of Martin Mull, Spring, 2003
‘The Accidental Wilderness,’ an essay written and read by author on LIVING ON EARTH, National Public Radio, Spring, 2002

selected collections
Brannier Gallery, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa (‘Shouts and Murmurs’ 2000, acquired 2001)
Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsyvania (‘Millenium II,’ 2000, acquired 2000)
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY (destroyed 9/11/2001)
Mabel Tainter Memorial Museum, Menomonie WI
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
University of Wisconsin - Stout, Menomonie, WI
West Central Wisconsin Community Action Program, Glenwood City, WI
The Margery and David Edwards New York Collection, New York, NY

selected bibliography
‘Brooklyn Multi-Media Mythologist:  Artist Jeanne Wilkinson’ by Mark Blickley in Creative Sugar Magazine, Winter 2013, pp. 8 - 10
‘As Diverse as the City itself’ by Dan Bischoff, review of Pro-Arts Jersey City/Canco Lofts Exh.
in the New Jersey Star-Ledger, Friday, October 5, 2007, p. 26-27.
Including illustration of “Night in the City 5” digital collage.
‘1+1=1: Frank Lind and Jeanne Wilkinson at Crecloo Art Gallery in New York’
by Christopher Chambers,
dART International, Volume 10, number 1, Spring 2007, p. 25.
Illustration of ‘Ayla Over Park’ digital collage.
Pratt-Folio, The Magazine of Alumni, Fall, 2004, p. 19.
‘Drawing Conclusions—Work by Artist-Critics’ by Gae Savannah,
dArt International, Volume 7, Number 1, Winter 2004. pp.14-17.
abartonline, ‘September Profile,’ 2002
‘Considering the sublime: Woodstock Guild takes on questions about art criticism,’ Woodstock Times,
October 24, 2002, p. 11.
American Art Review, ad for exhibition: Women Artists: Past & Present, Muhlenberg College,
Allentown, PA, October 2002.=
HERE IS NEW YORK, book of photographs presented in the SoHo exhibition re. 9/11
‘Abstracts demand attention at Muhlenberg,’ by Geoff Gehman, Allentown Morning Call,
Allentown, Pennsylvania, June 20, 2002, p. E6-7.
‘Space - The Final Frontier: Vacant Building Serves as Host and Collaborator in SoHo’s Biggest
Summer Show,’ by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, New York Arts, Vol. 6, No. 10, Oct. ’01, p.76
‘Valley Arts: Illuminating the Dark Continent,’ by Lori Verderame, Ph.D., Lehigh Valley Style,
March/April 2001, p. 41.
‘Impact Africa! Art, Culture and Inspiration’ poster, from exhibition in Artmobile, Sept.-
June, 2001, sponsored by Buck’s County Community College, Newtown, PA. Illustration of
‘‘Seasons of Symmetry’ entices eye with color: Jeanne Wilkinson’s fragile and abstract
compositions are at Muhlenberg College,’ Tony Sienzant, The Express Times, Easton, PA,
January 26, 2001, ‘Enjoy’ section, pp.10, 11, 15.
Illustrations: ‘Certainties’ and ‘Romeo’ pp. 10-11, ‘Green Flash’ cover
page of ‘Enjoy’ section.
Gallery Review, Myra Yellin Outwater, The Allentown Morning Call,
Sunday, January 28, 2001, p. F10. Illustration: ‘Symphony,’ 2000.
‘Graduate’s Work Exhibited,’ Stout Community News, UW Stout, Menomonie, WI, 10/26/00
Harrison, Helen A., ‘A Dialogue in Abstract Concepts: Toward the New,’ Art Reviews,
New York Times, Long Island, Sunday, October 8, 2000.
‘Sessions on Value of Art & Antiques to be Offered,’ Beacon, Hunterdon, NJ, August 3, 2000.
Ward Shelley, Mob Rule: Construction in Process, Poland , NYArts Magazine,
Vol. 5, no. 9, Sept. 2000, pp. 7-9.
Verderame, Lori, Ph.D., Contemporary American Art in the Muhlenberg Collection,
The Magazine of Muhlenberg College, Fall, 2000, Volume 11, Number 1, p. 18.
American Abstract Artists Newsletter, September 1, 2000
‘Spring season topic of New Hope show,’ Beacon, Lambertville, NJ, April 27, 2000.
‘dARTLES....’ dART INTERNATIONAL, Volume 3, number 1, Winter 2000, p.9 re. Summer
1999 exhibition at LL Gallery, curated by Leeza Ahmady and Robert Curcio. (see also p. 6).
Art, Near and Dear, an article in the annual 1999 report for Muhlenberg College, Allentown,
PA. entitled ‘Muhlenberg College: One Student at a Time,’ p. 10, Muhlenberg College, pub.
Halasz, Piri, From the Mayor’s Doorstep,
New York, NY January 15 1998
Gomes, Fhilomena, ‘Mendez Mural Gallery: Jeanne C. Wilkinson,’ Cover, New York, NY
Volume 11 #5 1997
Review, Dunn County News, Menomonie, WI August 1991


The New Collectors Book, Third Edition, 2014, Basik Malone, LLC, p. 92.
About Photography: A Variety of Artworks
Edited by Robert Kosinski and Edward Fausty for the Victory Hall, Jersey City exhibition, June 2007.
Featuring image of “Collassa 57th Street” digital collage, 2007 ink-jet print.
American Abstract Artists Journal
Number 5, Fall 2006, Editor Marthe Keller, Co-Editor Gail Gregg
“Jeanne Wilkinson: Making Choices” pp. 126-7 featuring studio photo of
“Gone Painting” with found marlin.
1 + 1 = 1
Catalog for exhibition at Crecloo Art Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Wook Choi,
with essay by Kay Kenny.
Woman Artists, Past and Present, from an exhibition curated by Jennifer Olson Rudenko,
at Martin Art Gallery, Allentown, PA October 24, 2002 - January 17, 2003
featuring ‘Millenium’ 1999-2000, p. 17.
Markers II: Electric Pole as Outdoor Sculpture @ Kassel City of Documenta,
courtesy of The International Art Museum, illustration p. 16.
Seasons of Symmetry: The Universal Aesthetics of Jeanne Wilkinson,
essay by Lori Verderame, Ph.D, Director of Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College,
Allentown, PA. For catalog of exhibition, Seasons of Symmetry, Nov. 17 - Feb. 23, 2001.
A Fierce and Delicate Truth: Beauty in the Paintings of Jeanne Wilkinson,
essay by Mark Daniel Cohen, art critic, NYC, for Seasons of Symmetry catalog.
Toward the New: American Abstract Artists, Catalog for exhibition of the same name,
Hillwood Art Museum, C.W. Post Campus/Long Island University, Sept. 5 - Nov. 12, 2000,
Curator Dr. Joan Webster Price, illstration of ‘Mentor’ Acr. on muslin, 28 x 22’, 2000.
American Abstract Artists, Hillwood Art Gallery, LIU, NY, 2000
‘Local Color’, Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Summer 1999
SoHo Biennial 1995

art criticism
Art critic, New York Arts, 2004 to present
Art critic, dART INTERNATIONAL, Toronto 1998 to present
Art critic, aNYthing, 2002
Art critic, Sculpture, 2001
Visiting Critic, ‘Construction in Process 2000: This Earth is A Flower’,
2-week art event, Bydgosczc, Poland, June 2000
Art critic,, 1999-2003
Art critic, Tribeca Trib, 1999-2002
Art critic, American Ceramics, 1999
Art critic, Ceramics Monthly, New York, NY 1998
Art critic, Review, New York, NY 1996 to 2000
Art critic, Cover, New York, NY 1994 - 1998
Visiting critic, Art/OMI, Omi, NY Summer 1997
Art critic, The New York Review of Art, New York, NY 1994 - 95

lectures, panels, etc.
’The Work of Margery Edwards, 1975 – 1989’ Queens College Art Center, Queens College, CUNY
April 19, 2007.
‘What makes for good art, bad art and the sublime?’ Kleinart Art Center in Woodstock, NY
October 27, 2002, with Mark Daniel Cohen and Suzan Dionne.
Lecture about my work, American Abstract Artists Meeting, February 24th, 2002
Judge of artwork:
Benefit for the Burned Children Camp of the NYC Firefighters Burn Center Foundation,
278 Spring St. NYC, Thursday, November 16th, 2000
‘The Symbol and the Search’
American Abstract Artists Meeting, May 2000
‘Life in the Art Lane’ at Pratt Institute, 1998
‘The Work of Margery Edwards’
Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA 1998
‘From Stout to New York: An Artist’s Journey’
University of Wisconsin, Stout, 1998
Panelist, 'Critics who are Abstract Painters'
Jersey City Arts Association, Jersey City, NJ May 1997
Panelist, 'Abstract Matters'
Art in General, New York, NY February 1997
‘New York Artists’
UW Stout 1996
‘The Progress of an Art Career’
UW Stout 1994
Design of advertising brochure for The Associated Press
in conjunction with Christian Simms of Creative Alliance, NYC, 1992
‘Graduate School in New York City’ UW Stout, 1991

curatorial work
Fridge Art Fair, LIC, ‘Video Fridge’ selection of videos,
curated by Jeanne Wilkinson, May, 2014
‘Video By Night 2’ CREON Gallery, NYC,
   October, 2013 screening of work by Wilkinson, Sarah Bliss,
   Daniel Clapp, Augusta Palmer, and Karl Erickson
‘Video By Night’ CREON Gallery, NYC, October, 2012 
   screening of work by Wilkinson, Mark Wiener, Linda di Gusta,
   Beth Warshafsky, Timothy Hutchings
‘Margery Edwards: New York Works 1975-1989’
   Queens College Art Center, New York City, April-July 2007
‘Margery Edwards Retrospective,’
The Australian Embassy of Washington
, D.C.
   October-November, 2005. This exhibition traveled to
   Newcastle and Ipswich, January to April, 2006.
   First shown at the Frank Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg 
   College, Allentown, PA 1998
Kingsborough Community College Art Gallery Art Co-director,
‘Women and the Environment: WEAD EAST’ April, 2006 (KCC)
‘A Garden by the Sea: Drawings by Angiola Churchill’
   April, 2005  (KCC)
‘Explorations/Innovations: Pratt Institute Master of Fine Arts
   Program, Student Work’ April 14 – May 5, 2004 (KCC)
‘Chris Coffin: An Atlantic Odyssey, Selected Works: 1996-2003’
   November 19 – December 12, 2003 (KCC)
‘Jos. A. Smith: Selected Fantasies: Paintings, Illustrations,
   Drawings’ October 22 – November 12, 2003 (KCC)
Beatrice Riese, Retrospective Exhibition,
   AIR Gallery, New York, NY January 2000
‘Aus Rocks 1996’
   One Man Photography Show by K. David G. Edwards,
   Margery Edwards Memorial Gallery, New York, NY 1996
‘Bob Blackburn and the Printmaking Workshop’,
   Freedman Gallery at Albright College, Reading, PA
   and the Anita Shapolsky Gallery, New York, NY 1992

teaching experience/education
Kingsborough Community College of CUNY, Art Department,
   Brooklyn, NY 1992 to present, Art History, Painting, Drawing
Pratt Institute, Fine Arts Department, 1999 - 2014,
   Seminar for Undergraduates
University of Wisconsin - Stout, Outreach Art Education
   Program, Organizer and teacher, Menomonie, WI 1985
Boyceville School System, Community Education Program,
   Organizer and teacher, Boyceville, WI 1980 - 83
Pratt Institute, MFA Painting, Brooklyn, NY 1989
University of Wisconsin - Stout, BA Painting, BA Art Education, 
   Special Education Certificate, Menomonie, WI 1986
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 1967 - 70