David A. Douglas
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1984 M.F.A. Painting, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
1981 B.A. Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, VA
Chrysler Museum of Art
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
Academy Art Museum
Georgetown University Collection of Art
The Christopher and Beverly With Collection
The Richard Marks Collection
James Madison University
Virginia Intermont College
The Washington Post
Episcopal High School
White and Case
Gray Rust St. Amand Moffett Brieske L.L.P.
Bishop Mark Andrus
January 2019 “View Find” Page Bond Gallery, Richmond Virginia, (group show)
Sept 2018 “looking for a Trace” (solo exhibition) Page Bond Gallery,Richmond VA
July 2018, “Refresh Summer” Longview Gallery, Washington DC
April 2018, “AAA@60 The Diamond Exhibition”, The Academy Art Museum, Easton Maryland, Curated by Aneka Van Wagenberg (group show celebrating the 60th anniversary of the AAM) Artist: David A. Douglas, Richard Deibenkorn, Alexander Calder, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauchenberg,Robert Motherwell, Larry Rivers, Pat Steir, Jim Dine, Bernice Abbott, Ansel Adams, and Ann Truitt
May 2018 “Those Who Can” , Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria Virginia
January 2018 “View Find” Page Bond Gallery, Richmond Virginia, (group show) artist: Sally Mann, Emmit Gowin, Penny Ashford, Mary Ellen Bartley, Christa Bowden, David Douglas, Jeri Eisenberg, Wylie Garcia, Elijah Gowin, Torkil Gudnason, Cynthia Henebry, Ben Marcin, Amanda Means, Holly Morrison, Paulette Tavormina, and William Wylie
September 2017 Selected Works, Longview Gallery, Washington D.C.
April 2017 Governors Mansion, Virginia landscapes as part of garden week celebration Richmond Virginia
December 2016 "Moving Through" The Mclean Project for the Arts, Mclean, Virginia. Curated by Nancy Sausser (solo exhibition)
June, 2016 “ To the Sea, William Mebane” “Selections from These Places that I know, David A. Douglas ” Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria Va. Two person exhibition.
January, 2014 ”New Year New Artist” Long View Gallery,Washinton D.C.
August, 2013 "These Places That I know" Academy Art Museum, Easton, Maryland. curated by Aneka Van Wagenberg. (solo exhibition)
Febuary, 2013 “Selected Works" Gallery One, Nashville, Tenn. (solo exhibition)
September, 2012 “Circa 1839” Pride Fine Art, Alexandria, Va.
April, 2012 “Selected Works from These Places That I Know” Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria, Va. (solo exhibition)
January, 2011 “ The Fleeting Glimpse: Selections in Modern and Contemporary Photography from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts ” ,Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Va. co-curated by Christine Carr, and Elanor Wilson Museum Director Amy Moorefield
September, 2010 “ The Fleeting Glimpse: Selections in Modern and Contemporary Photography from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts ” Elanor Wilson Museum, Roanoke, Va. co-curated by Christine Carr, and Elanor Wilson Museum Director Amy Moorefield
August, 2010 “Portraying a Nation: American Portrait Photography, 1850-2010” Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk Va. curated by Jeff Harrison, Chief Curator/Acting Curator of American & Contemporary Art
August, 2009 “New works” Gallery One, Nashville Tennessee
May, 2009 “Made in Virginia”, Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria Va. (solo exhibition)
Febuary, 2008 Juried Exhibition for the Shepherd Center, Juried by Julian Cox, curator of Photography, High Museum, Atlanta, Ga. and Jane Jackson, Director of the Sir Elton John Photography Collection, The Shepherd Center, Atlanta Georgia
October, 2007 “Equus Curatio” (A Benefit Exhibition for Murphy-Harpst Childrens Treatment Centers) Aliya Linstrum Gallery, Atlanta Georgia
October, 2007 “New Works” Gallery One, Nashville Tennessee
September, 2007 “Inspired By" curated by Liz Vorlicek, Frank phillips and David A. Douglas, Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria Va.
January, 2007 “New Works" Elm Tree Gallery, Franklin Tennessee
October, 2006 “Selected Works” Aliya linstrum Gallery, Atlanta Georgia
April, 2006 “The Africa Works" curated by Frank Phillips and David Douglas, Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria Va.
October, 2005 ” New Works” (in conjunction with Atlanta celebrates photography) Aliya Linstrum Gallery, Atlanta Georgia
October, 2004 “New Works” (in conjunction with Atlanta celebrates photography) Aliya Gallery, Atlanta Georgia
September, 2004 “Incidents and Accidents/Hints and Allegories” David Douglas, Bill Dunlap, Erling Sjouold, Alison Weege, curated by Deborah McLeod Mclean Project for the Arts, McLean, Va.
January, 2004 “Differences in Common ” David Douglas, Rob Evans, Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria Va
September, 2003 “Recent Digital Prints”, Glenview Mansion , Rockville , Maryland , (solo exhibition)
Febuary, 2003 “Art On The Digital Edge” , Curated by Susan Hamilton, Acadamy Art Museum , Easton Maryland
November, 2002 The “Pencil of Nature”in our Digital Age: Photoimagery in Recent Art, curated by Virginia K. Adams, School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, Maryland
March, 2002 “Heaven Hell and the Garden” , Howard County Center for the Arts
April, 2002 “The Art of the Print”, Curated by Carla Massoni, Carla Massoni Galletry, Chestertown , Maryland
December, 2002 “Selected Works”, T. Rowe Price Gallery, Baltimore , Maryland , (solo Exhibition)
March 2001 “Large Digital prints”, Curated by Stevens Carter, Washington Gas Company, Washington D. C. (solo exhibition)
January, 2001 “Digital Prints”, Slayton House Gallery, Columbia , Maryland , (solo exhibition)
September 2000 “Art Making 2000 David Douglas & Lynn Myers”, Carla Massoni Gallery, Chestertown , Maryland
August, 2000 “Interiors & Exteriors”, Rockville Arts Place, Rockville , Maryland , (solo exhibition)
July, 2000 “ Baltimore Exposure” Group Show, Baltimore , Maryland
June, 2000 “New Works”, The Cultural Center at the Palace of le Granja, Segovia , Spain . (solo exhibition)
May, 2000 “Connections Will Mebane, David Douglas”, Stewart Gallery , Alexandria , Virginia
March, 2000 “Selected Works”, A&A Gallery, Baltimore , Maryland , (solo exhibition)
December, 1996 “Selected Works”, Stewart Gallery , Alexandria , Virginia , (solo exhibition)
April, 1994 “ Selected Works 1984-1994”, David Adamson Gallery , Washington , D.C. (solo exhibition)
April, 1995 “ Influences” , Curated by Dr. Marvin Tadlock, Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Virginia, ( solo Exhibition)
1994 “Small Works”, David Adamson Gallery , Washington , D.C.
1993 “Mid-Atlantic Open Annual Juried Art Exhibition”, The Athenaeum, Alexandria , VA , Honorable Mention
1993, “Selected Works”, David Adamson Gallery , Washington , D.C.
1992 “Selected Works”, Marymount University , Arlington , VA , curated by Gail Galloway, Curator, U.S. Supreme Court (solo exhibition)
1991 “Selected Paintings”, White & Case Law Firm, Washington , D.C. , (Solo Exhibition)
1991 “Recent Paintings”, Virginia Intermont College , Bristol , VA , (solo exhibition)
1990 “Selected works”, Courthouse Place , Arlington , VA , curated by Angela Adams, Exhibitions Director for Arlington Arts Center , (solo exhibition)
1987 “Selected Works”, Fairlington Color Center , Alexandria , VA , (solo exhibition)
1985 “Shelter, ‘85-First National Exhibition, Mortgage Bankers Association”, Zenith Gallery , Washington , D.C., The Women’s National Bank, Washington , DC , Honorable Mention
1985 “A Washington Selection”, Fendrick Gallery , Washington , D.C.
1984 “Annual Area-Wide Juried Painting Exhibition”, Arlington Arts Center , Arlington , Virginia
1984 “Selected Works 1981-1984”, Gallery West, Alexandria , Virginia , (solo exhibition)
1984 “Thesis Exhibition”, Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University , Harrisonburg , Virginia (solo exhibition)
1983 “Eight States Contemporary Artists”, J.B Speed Art Museum , Louisville , KY , Juried
1983 “Emergent Work”, Fayerweather Gallery, University of Virginia , Charlottesville , VA
1982 “Recent Works” Addison/Ripley Gallery, Washington, D.C. ,(solo exhibition)
1980 “Tenth Annual Student Art Competition”, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg , VA, Ted Potter, juror
Mark Jenkins “In the Galleries: Finding new ways to take in the natural world” The Washington Post, January 2017
Lynn Norusis “Buzz” Northern Virginia Magazine, January 2017
Brian Trompeter “Works by local photographer feature haunting, moody landscapes” Inside Nova December 27, 2016
Mark Jenkins “New Year New Artist” The Washington Post, January 31, 2014
Mary McCoy "Academy Arts Museum Hosts David Douglas” Chesterfield Spy, September 30, 2013
Michelle Jones “Gallery One shares David Douglas mixed media photographs” The Tennessean, January 18, 2013
Nashville Arts “Memory Not Forgotten”, January 2013
Michelle Jones “Artist meshes memories” The Tennessean, August, 23, 2009, page10 D.
John McCaslin “ Gift of Africa" The Washington Times, May, 19, 2006, page A. 7
Jerry Cullum, “Artist’s Layers Create Patina of Nostalgia" The Atlanta Journal Constitution, November, 6, 2005, page L.11
Michael O’ Sullivan, “Digital Doings On The Eastern Shore” The Washington Post, March ,14, 2003 , page t. 37
Glenn Mcnatt, “New realms of Possibility” The Sun, November, 19,2002
Mike Guliano, “Reality Bytes” Baltimore, City Paper, November 20, 2002 Page 74
Mike Giuliano, “Surrealism Blooms in This Garden” Columbia Flyer, Febuary, 14, 2002, page 10
Mike Giuliano, ‘’Slayton House offers Dueling Visions’’ Columbia Flyer, January 18, 2001 , page 20
Massoni, Carla. “Processes of art making explored in Chestertown.” Art Matters, Philadelphia , Pa. September 2000, p. 24.
Mazariegos, Jesus. “La (re)presentacion de lo (i)rreal.“ El Norte de Castilla, June, 27, 2000 , page 4.
Lee Fleming “Rooms with a Through View.“ The Washington Post, April 16,1994, p. C-2.
“Virginia Intermont Artist Returns” Bristol Herald Courier, February 9, 1991, p. 4a.
"Courthouse Exhibit Features Paintings by Arlington County Artist David Douglas ." Northern Virginia Sun, February 27, 1990 , p. 2.
Townsend, J. Kenneth "City Artist’s Perspective is Mixed." The Alexandria Gazette, August 9, 1984 , p. 6, ill. pp. 1, 6.
Behrens, Anne "Compositions are Visual Feasts." The Washington Post, August 9, 1984 , p. VA.-7 ill., p. VA.-1.
Forgey, Benjamin "An Unsettling View of Life in the City." The Washington Post, September 30, 1982 , p. D-7.