Recent Solo Exhibitions:
2017 Solo Exhibition, Antarctica Project. Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD. (opens October).
2015 Watershed Moments: Helen Glazer, 2014-15 Baltimore Ecosystem Study Artist-in-Residence. Space Camp Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
2012 Solo Show: Temporary Presences. Nailya Alexander Gallery, New York, NY.
2011 Clouds InFormation (Solo Show). Hillyer Art Space, International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC.
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2017 BWI Marshall Airport Exhibit. Two works enlarged to 8' x 12' to be displayed in airport for 6 months between Nov. 2016 and May 2018. Jurors: Yumi Hogan, Jinchul Kim, Rex Stevens, Tony Shore, Zoe Charlton.
2016 35th Anniversary Exhibition. Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD (opens October).
Sondheim Prize Semifinalist Exhibition, Artscape 2016, Baltimore, MD. Jurors: Tim Griffin, Rujeko Hockley, Mia Locks. Curator: Kim Domanski.
Cartes Blanches, Delaplaine Art Center, Frederick, MD. Juror: John Shipman.
2015 Watershed Moments: Helen Glazer, 2014-15 Baltimore Ecosystem Study Artist-in-Residence Project. Space Camp Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Transformation. Carroll Museums, Baltimore, MD.
2014 Art Maryland 2014. Howard County Center for the Arts, Ellicott City, MD. Juror: Julia Marciari-Alexander, Executive Director, Walters Art Museum.
ZØ: Digital Fabrication & the New Language of Materiality. Gallery 788, Baltimore, MD.
2012-13 Premier, Full Circle Gallery Inaugural Show. Baltimore, MD.
Centennial Exhibition. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE. Juror: John Ravenal, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. (120-page catalog)
2012 Solo Show: Temporary Presences. Nailya Alexander Gallery, New York, NY.
2011-12 Digital 2011: The Alchemy of Change. New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY. Jurors: Robert Devcic and Philip Ball.
2011 Biennial Maryland Regional Juried Art Exhibition. University of Maryland, University College. Jurors: Helen Frederick, Helen Jackson and Evangeline J. Montgomery. (40-page catalog)
Photo 11: Annual Juried Mid-Atlantic Exhibition, Artisphere, Arlington, VA. Juror: Amanda Maddox.
Genesis (Outdoor Sculpture Show). Green Spring Station, Lutherville, MD. Curator: Susan D. Isaacs.
Solo Show: Clouds InFormation. Hillyer Art Space, International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC.
2010-13 U.S. Embassy, Lima, Peru. Two sculptures displayed under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State, Art in Embassies Program. Curator: Sarah Tanguy.
2010 Sculpture in the 21st Century. Towson Univ. Art Galleries, Towson, MD.
Porous Borders. Historical Society of Washington, DC. Juror: Jayme McLellan.
How Did You Do That?A Sculptors Inc. Exhibition. Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD. Curator: Jed Dodds.
2009 Painting in Space. Sarah Silberman Gallery, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD. Curator: Joan Danziger.2008-09 The Sky Is Not the Limit. Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, MD. Curator: Felix Angel.
Penned. Artscape 2008, Baltimore, MD (Pinkard Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art) and Lump Gallery/Projects, Raleigh, NC.
2008 Selections from the Washington Project for the Arts Registry. Katzen Arts Ctr. Museum, American Univ. Curator: Kathryn Wat, National Museum of Women in the Arts.
2007 Artrageous. Solo exhibition at Bloomingdale’s, Kensington, MD. (Nationwide store event in which Bloomindale’s department stores exhibited works by local artists.)
9x10 #4. William W. Parker Gallery, Washington, DC. Sponsor: Washington Project for the Arts.
2006 1st International Arts Pestival [sic]. London Wetland Centre, England. Curator: Bridget Nicholls.
Micro-Monumental. Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC; International Sculpture Ctr. Conference, Xavier Univ., Cincinnati, OH. Juror: Kristen Hileman, Hirshhorn Museum.
The Family Experience, Florida State Univ. Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL. Curators: Viki D. Thompson Wylder and Marcia L. Rosal. (40-page catalog)
2005 Kuumba: Creativity, 3-person show, Eubie Blake National Jazz Inst. & Cultural Ctr., Baltimore, MD.
2004 Monumental Micros, Muse Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, NC.
2002 Hand-pulled: The Contemporary Print, Target Gallery, Alexandria VA. Juror: Joann Moser, Senior Curator, National Museum of American Art.
Helen Glazer: Wall Sculptures. Solo Show. District Fine Arts Gallery, Washington, DC.
2001 Wildflower. Artscape 2001, Baltimore, MD. Curator: Gary Kachadourian.
Ars Gratis ‘76. Yale Univ. Art Building Gallery, New Haven, CT. Curator: Nancy di Benedetto.
2000-02 Snapshot. The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD; Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT; Arcadia Univ. Gallery, Glenside, PA. Curators: Adam Lerner and Gary Sangster.
1998-02 What’s So Funny?: National Works on Paper Biennial. Marsh Art Gallery, Univ. of Richmond, VA. Toured by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to various sites. Juror: Nicholas Roukes.
1997 The Making of Two Murals (solo show). Montpelier Cultural Arts Ctr., Laurel, MD.
Made at the Mill. Goya Girl Press, Baltimore, MD.
1995 Philadelphia International Contemporary Art Competition of the Old City II. Rodger LaPelle Gallery, Phila., PA. Juror: Patrick Murphy, ICA.
1992 Angry Love. Arts Festival of Atlanta, GA; Space One Eleven, Birmingham, AL. Curators: TABOO.
Humor As a Subversive Act. Artscape '92, Baltimore. Curator: Peter Walsh.
1991 1708 E. Main Gallery Juried Exhibition. Richmond, VA. Juror: Marilyn Zeitlin.
1989 Solo Show. School 33 Art Ctr., Baltimore.
1988 Inaugural Exhibit. Steven Scott Gallery, Baltimore.
Consonances. Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC.
1987 Artists Today Touring Exhibit*. Organized by Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission. Juror: Joann Moser, Senior Curator, National Museum of American Art.
Dog Days Show. Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington, DC.
Image/Identity: Self Portraits by Maryland Artists. Traveling exhibition organized by Maryland Art Place, Baltimore. Curator: Martha McWilliams.
1986 Introductions. Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC
Three-Person Show. Gallery Proper, New York, N.Y.
1985 Moving Parts. Glen Echo Gallery, Glen Echo, MD.
Shelter. Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC.
1984 Maryland Landscape Invitational. Montpelier Art Ctr., Laurel, MD.
1982 Grace Hartigan Selects. Art Gallery of Fells Point, Baltimore.
1981 Rutgers National Works on Paper Exhibition. Rutgers Univ., Camden, NJ. Jurors: Lloyd Goodrich, Louise Bourgeois, Jan van der Marck.
Acquisitions for Hyatt Regency Crystal City. Arlington Arts Ctr., Arlington, VA. Juror: Howard Fox.
Chautauqua 24th Annual National Exhibition*. Chautauqua Art Assoc. Galleries, Chautauqua, NY. Juror: Nancy Hoffman, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, NY.
MD-Nat’l Capital Park & Planning Commission Artists Today Touring Exhibit*. Juror: Robin Greene.
1980 Maryland Biennial. Baltimore Museum of Art. Juror: Holly Solomon, Holly Solomon Gallery, NY.
Gallery K. Washington, DC.
Solo Show. Fells Point Gallery, Baltimore.
1979 Maryland Arts Council Traveling Exhibition. (5 sites)
1978 Three Person Show. Arts Tower Gallery, Baltimore.
1976 Maryland Biennial. Baltimore Museum of Art. Juror: Nancy Graves.
Commissions, Honors & Awards
2016 Sondheim Prize Semifinalist, Baltimore Office of Promotion and Tourism.
2015 Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, National Science Foundation (7-week residency in Antarctica).
Rubys Award, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Baltimore, MD ($9,500 project grant).
2014-15 Baltimore Ecosystem Study Artist-in-Residence, Baltimore, MD.
2012 Individual Artist Award in Photography, Maryland State Arts Council ($3,000).
1997 Print commission for “Made at the Mill” inaugural portfolio. Goya Girl Press, Baltimore, MD.
1996-97 Mural commission: "Touch the Stars." 9’ x 24’ painted cast plaster relief in school lobby, Department of Education, Baltimore, MD.
1993 Mural commission: "Two Bears and Variations." 28’ x 60’ painting on exterior wall, Mayor's Advisory Committee on Art and Culture, Baltimore.
1988 Works in Progress Grant. Maryland State Arts Council.
1987 Juror's Choice Award. Artists Today Touring Exhibit.
1986-89 Cityarts Grant. City of Baltimore (except in 1987).
1981 Chautauqua Art Assoc. First Prize, $1,000 Purchase Award. Juror: Nancy Hoffman.
First Prize, Artists Today Touring Exhibit.
1980-82 Studio Artist Residency. School 33 Art Ctr., Baltimore.
B.A. cum laude in Art, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
MFA, Mt. Royal School of Art, Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore, MD.