Exhibitions

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Centennial Exhibition (1997)

Jurors

Luis Cruz Azaceta. Painter, New Orleans, La.

Philip Pearlstein. Painter, New York N.Y.

Sylvia Yount. Curator, Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Honorable Mention

Invitational Exhibitions 1991 – 2019

Line and Colorwork presents, “Works on Paper” 
Joel Wilkinson Art, Greenville, South Carolina,
“Exhibition of Printmaking, Painting, Collage, and Drawings by Artists of Upstate South Carolina”
Curator: Joel Wilkinson
Joel Wilkinson Art

2017, 2018, 2019
 
“Looking Forward/Looking Back: A Fresh Look at Contemporary Still Life”
Bob Jones University, Art Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina.
Curator: Kevin Isgett,
Professor of Art, BJU.
2017
 
“Joined at their Art/Three Couples Six Artists”
Upstairs Artspace, Tryon, North Carolina.
Curator: Alexia Timberlake
Collections Manager, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina.
2016
 
“A Tribute”
 Hampton III Gallery, Taylors, South Carolina
Curators: Sharon Campbell
Fine Art Appraiser, Sandra Rupp, Director, Hampton III Gallery.
2015
 
“Five Greenville Artists”
Laurel Creek Gallery, 121 Cleveland Street, Greenville, South Carolina.
Curator:  David O’Bryant
owner Laurel Creek Gallery.
2014
 
“Greenville Open Studios”/ Nancy Jaramillo
Metropolitan Arts Council, Greenville, South Carolina.
2012 & 2018
 
“Heart and Hand”, an Exhibition & Auction benefiting The Fine Arts Center
Fine Arts Center and Palmetto Bank, Greenville, South Carolina.
2009
 
“Recent Work by William McCullough, James Calk, Betsy Havens, Luis Jaramillo, Nancy Jaramillo “
Irene Morrah Fine Art, Greenville, South Carolina. 
Curator: Irene Morrah
Irene Morrah Fine Art.
2005
 
“American Realists”
Exhibiting artists: Ben Long, Jill Hooper, Kamille Corry, Nancy Jaramillo, David Hewson, Paul Brown, Frank Strazzulla, Charles Cecil, Amy Dobbs.
Curator: Ann Long
ANN LONG FINE ART, Charleston, South Carolina
May 2003
 
“Traditional Realists”
for the Charleston Fine Art Annual, exhibiting artists, Ben Long, Jill Hooper, Kamille Corry, Nancy Jaramillo, David Hewson, Paul Brown, Frank Strazzulla, Charles Cecil, Amy Dobbs, Curtis Phillips, Mario Robinson.
Curator: Ann Long
ANN LONG FINE ART, Charleston, South Carolina.
November 2003
 
“See How We Are Now”, Upstate Artists Invitational
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina.
Curator:  Thomas Styron
Director of the Greenville County Museum of Art.
2002
  
“Voices”, Autumn Exhibition of South Carolina Artists, 
Gallery 701, Columbia, South Carolina.

1998
  
“Signs of Contemporary Art 1988 – 1995”
selected artwork from the South Carolina Arts Commission State Art Collection, South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina.
1997
 
“Invitational Exhibition IV”, Kennedy, Covington, Lobdell & Hickman
First Union Center, Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Curator: Sharon Campbell
Independent Fine Art Appraiser.
1996
 
“Invitational Exhibition at the Founders Room Gallery”,
Peace Center, Greenville, South Carolina.

Curator: Sharon Campbell
Independent Fine Art Appraiser
1996
 
“The Figure: Ten Southern Artists”,
Chattahoochee Valley Museum of Art, Lagrange, Georgia.

Curator: Keith Rasmussen
Executive Director, Chattahoochee Valley Museum of Art.
1993
 
“Upstate Update”
Morris Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina.
Curator: Sharon Campbell
Independent Fine Art Appraiser.
1993
 
“This Year’s Model”, 
The Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina.

Curator: Thomas Styron
Director, Greenville County Museum of Art.
1992
 
“Invitational Drawing Exhibition”,
The Fine Arts Center, Greenville, South Carolina.

Curator: Susan Willis
Professor of Art, The Fine Arts Center.
1991
 

Juried Exhibitions 1981 – 2015

“42nd Annual Juried Exhibition, the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg”,
West Main Artists Co-OP, Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Juror: John Nolan
Curator, Bob Jones University Art Collection, Greenville South Carolina. 
2015

“40th Annual Juried Exhibition, the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg “
The Spartanburg Museum of Art, Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Juror: Scott Belville
Professor Emeritus, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia.
2013

“The Unbroken Line, 1897 – 1997: Centennial Exhibition of the Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Jurors: Luis Azaceta
Contemporary Cuban American painter known for his visual experimentation. His work is usually based on political themes, large – format and executed in expressive color.

Philip Pearlstein
Preeminent figure painter of the 1960’s to 2000’s, known for Modernist Realism nudes.

Sylvia Yount
Chief Curator, Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Currently, she is the Curator in charge of the American wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York.

1997
 

“96th Annual Juried Exhibition”
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Fellowship, Woodmere Art Museum, Woodmere, Pennsylvania.

Jurors: Wolf Kahn
German – born American painter known for his Realism and Color Field works in pastel and oil paint.

Emily Mason
American Abstract painter known for her work in Color Field painting and Lyrical Abstraction.

1994

“III American Drawing Biennial “
Muscarella Museum of Art, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.

Juror: Jack Beal
major American Realist painter. He was one of the foremost of the New Realists, a group of artists in the 1960’s and 1970’s devoted to figurative composition and vibrant color.

1992

“34th Chautauqua National Exhibition of American Art”, Chautauqua, New York. 
Juror: Christopher Riopelle
Associate Curator of European Painting and Sculpture and Associate Curator of the Rodin Museum of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before Philadelphia he was the Associate Curator for Paintings at the J.Paul Getty Museum in Malibu, California.
1991

“37th Annual Exhibition Guild of South Carolina Artists”,
Anderson County Arts Center, Anderson South Carolina.

Juror: Ofelia Garcia
President of the Atlanta College of Art in Atlanta, Georgia.

Awarded the Sullivan-Buick, Chrysler Plymouth prize for “Head Study”.
1987

“2nd Annual Juried Exhibition of North and South Carolina”,
Charlotte, North Carolina, Spirit Square.

Juror: Barbara Guggenheim
founding partner of Guggenheim, Asher, Associates, Inc., an international art advisory firm.

Awarded the “First Place Purchase Award ” .
1981
 

Joint Exhibitions throughout South Carolina 1991 – 1993

Anderson Art Center, Anderson, South Carolina. An exhibition of Paintings by Nancy Jaramillo and Photography by Susan Duplessis.
1993

Hampton III Gallery, Taylors, South Carolina. An exhibition of Drawings by Nancy Jaramillo and Painting & Printmaking by Mark Mulfinger.
1992

Lewis & Clarke Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina.
An exhibition of Paintings by Nancy Jaramillo and Photography by Susan Duplessis.
1992

Sumter Gallery of Art, Sumter, South Carolina. An exhibition of Drawings by Nancy Jaramillo and Photography by Susan Duplessis.
1991

 

Traveling Solo-Exhibitions throughout the state of South Carolina 1991 – 1992

Columbia College, Columbia, South Carolina. Exhibition of Drawing and Painting in the Goodall & Loft Galleries, Spears Music and Art Galleries Center.
1992

Spartanburg Fine Arts Center, Spartanburg, South Carolina. Exhibition of Drawings in the Milliken Gallery.
1992

Museum of York County, Rock Hill, South Carolina. Exhibition of Drawings and Paintings in the Local Accents Gallery.
1992

Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina. Exhibition of Drawings and Paintings in the Monsanto Gallery.
1992

University of South Carolina at Aiken
, Aiken, South Carolina. Exhibition of Drawings and Paintings in the Etheridge Center.

1992

Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina. Exhibition of Drawings and Paintings in the Thompson Gallery.
1991

Hilton Head Cultural Center, Hilton Head, South Carolina.
1991 


Public Art Collections

Columbia College Art Collection, Columbia, South Carolina. Figurative oil painting on canvas.
1993

Confamiliar Corporate Art Collection, Confamiliar, Inc., Barranquilla, Colombia, South America. Figurative drawing in conté crayon on paper.
1982

Erskine College Art Collection, Due West, South Carolina. Figurative oil painting on panel with 22k gold leaf.
1999

Fine Arts Center, Greenville, South Carolina.
One figurative painting on canvas, one figurative multi- medium on panel with metal leaf, and two figure drawings in conté crayon on paper.
2002

Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina. Large scale figurative painting on panel.
1997.

South Carolina State Art Collection of the South Carolina Arts Commission, Columbia, South Carolina.
Figurative drawing diptych in conté crayon on colored paper.
1991

Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina. Charcoal figure drawing.
1981

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