June Kelly Gallery

Lisa Mackie

Strawberry Moon, 2018
Acrylic, oil, pastel and crayon on satin
60 x 120 inches

Born in Detroit, Michigan
Lives and works in New York City

1972 MFA, Painting and Printmaking, University of Wisconsin
1967 BFA, Painting and Printmaking, University of Michigan

Solo Exhibitions
2018 Here There and Now: Installation, June Kelly Gallery, New York
Impressions in Installations, Dan Welden Studio/Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
Here Then and Now-Paper, Text and Textile, essay by Leo Kuelbs, Hudson Supermarket,
  Hudson, NY
2016 Earth/ RiverRiver: Installation, essay by Larry List, Installation in the Project Room at Inky
  Editions, Hudson NY, Project Room, Inky Editions, Hudson, NY
2014 Earth/River: Installation, June Kelly Gallery, New York
2012 Earth and the Mirror Ball: Window Installation, Kosa Gallery Arts Walk, Hudson, NY
2011 Summer Blues - Floating World, Outdoor Installation, Garrison, NY
2010 Summer Solstice - Floating Pond, Outdoor Installation, Garrison, NY
2009 Continuous Incident II: Installation, City University New York, York College Art Gallery,
  Jamaica, New York
Continuous Incident II: Installation, Ink Shop Printmaking Center, The Lobby Gallery,
  Community School of Music and Art, Ithaca, NY
2008 Continuous Incident, Installation, June Kelly Gallery, New York
2003 Lisa Mackie: Armature of Sounds, Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ
2002 Carpet of Wings, Anthony Giordano Gallery at Dowling College, Oakdale, NY
The Weavers, Anthony Giordano Gallery at Dowling College, Oakdale, NY
1999 The Journal Paintings, (Japan) Gallery 22/21, New Delhi, India
1998 The Journal Paintings, June Kelly Gallery, New York
1996 Constructions, Columbia Memorial Hospital Gallery, Hudson, NY
1995 The Journal Paintings: Japan/New York, 1993-1995, Sound Shore Gallery, Katonah, NY
1994 Paintings and Works on Paper, June Kelly Gallery, New York
Conversation Suite, Members Gallery, New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
Sound Shore Gallery, Stamford, CT
1992 Works on Paper, June Kelly Gallery, New York
Sound Shore Gallery, Stamford, CT
1990 Ann Howard Gallery, Washington Depot, CT
1988 Sound Shore Gallery, Portchester, NY
1985 Chemical Bank, Sheridan Square, New York
1976 Hahn Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1975 Impressions Gallery, Boston, MA

Selected Group Exhibitions
2018 Voices: A Selection of Zea Mays Printmakers, Mitchell-Giddengs Fine Arts, Brattleboro, VT
2017 Celebrating 30 Years, Gallery Artists: Drawings and Paintings, June Kelly Gallery,
  New York
Those Who Can Do, Faculty Exhibit, Center for Arts + Learning, York College, Jamaica
  College, NY
Double Shift, Printworks by Artist/Masterprinters including Kathy Caraccio, Paul DeRuvo,
  Lisa Conrad, Stephen McKenzie
Tiny Houses, curated by Ellen Adler, Inverness County Center for the Arts, Nova Scotia,
Woodstock Monotype Invitational Exhibition, curated by Kate McGloughlin, Woodstock School
  of Art, NY
2016 The Art of the Chop with Lisa Mackie, an exhibition of artists with whom she has collaborated
  include: Wolf Kahn, Emily Mason, Sol LeWitt and et al., Main Gallery, Inky Editions,
  Hudson, NY
International Photographic Solarplate Exhibition, Dan Weldon, juror, Alex Ferrone Gallery,
  Cutchogue, NY
THE BIG POTATO, Jerry Allen Price, curator, Ripe Art Gallery, Huntington, NY
2014 Roots and Rhythms, Stageworks, Hudson, NY
Living Large, curated by Richard Turnbull, Manhattan Graphic Center, New York
2013 Artists Select Artists, curated by Manhee Bak, Castelton Project Event Space, NY
Faculty Exhibit -The Great Hall, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
2012 Works on Paper: Celebrating the Hunterdon Art Museum's Collection, Clinton, NJ
Celebrating 25 Years, June Kelly Gallery, New York
Without a Safety Net, curated by Elissa Iberti, Benefit for the Weill Cornell Community Clinic,
  New York
Faculty Exhibit - Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
2011 Artists Select Artists: 2nd Annual Group Exhibition co-curated by artists Lisa Mackie and Peter
  Mackie, Castelton Project Event Space, NY
2010 Faculty Exhibit, Teachers from the Katonah Art Center, Katonah Library, NY
The Castleton Twelve, co-curated by artists Lisa Mackie and Peter Mackie, Castelton Project
  Event Space, NY
Summer Blues, Floating Pond, installation by Lisa Mackie, Garrison, NY
2009 Off The Wall: Contemporary Installation, Manhattanville College Gallery of Fine Arts,
  Purchase, NY
Continuous Incident II, Faculty Art Show, York College Gallery, City University of New York,
  Jamaica, NY
2007 Festival of Books, Fine Art Books, Spencertown Academy Arts Center, NY
BAU, 30: Fresh Ink- A Printmaking Event, curated by Elizabeth Winchester, Beacon Artist
  Union, Beacon, NY
2006 Four Printmakers, The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, PA
New York/Daegu Contemporary Print Art, Ulsan Cultural Art Center, Ulsan, South Korea
Print Art: New York/Daegu, New York coordinators: Sheila Manion Artz and Daegu-Chel-
  Ho-Park, Daegu Civic Museum, Daegu, South Korea; catalog
Dreamoliscious, Williamsburg Music Center, Brooklyn, NY
If They Could See Us Now: Six Abstract Painters Look At The Hudson River School
Through The Lens Of Photography
, curated by Mary Udell, Great South Bay Gallery at
  Stageworks, Hudson, NY
47th Annual National Juried Print Exhibition, Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ
2005 Suny Faculty Art Show, State University Plaza, Albany, NY
Modern Stories: Narrative Prints from the Rutgers Archives for Printmaking Studios,
  including prints by Leon Golub, Red Grooms, Ronald Jones, Robert Longo, Kara Walker,
  Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, NJ
The Art of Printing from a Xerox Copy with Lisa Mackie, Lisa Mackie Studios, New York

Public and Corporate Collections
Baltimore Museum of Art, MD
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, MA
Brooklyn Museum, NY
Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC
Worcester Art Museum, MA
Madison Art Center, WI
National Museum, Garborone, Botswana
National Museum, Poznan, Poland
Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
California State University, CA
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY
Syracuse University, NY
University of California, Sacramento, CA
University of Dallas, TX
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Davidson College, NC
Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL
Gilford College, Greensboro, NC
Manhattan College, Riverdale, NY
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
Skillman Library, Lafayette College, Easton, PA
Westminster College, Greensboro, NC
Honolulu Academy of Arts, HI
Northwood Institute Archive, NJ
Printmaking Workshop, New York
Triangle Workshop, Pine Plains, NY
Boston Public Library, MA
Newark Public Library, NJ
Tennessee Botanical Garden and Fine Arts Center, Nashville
The Grunewald Center of the Graphic Arts, UCLA, CA
Citibank, New York
North Carolina Bank, Raleigh, NC
General Electric, Stamford, CT
Hutchinson Center for Research, Seattle, WA
IBM Corporation
Japan Trade Corporation, New York
Museum Tower Corporation, New York
PepsiCo, Purchase, NY
Rudco Company, Paramus, NJ


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The Horseshoes Swimming in Blue - 2017

Continuum - 2017-2018

The Inverted Swimmer - 2017

Sketch Blue - 2018


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