Daphne Anderson Deeds | Selected exhibitions list
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EXHIBITIONS CURATED

2014 Maine Art Scene 4th Annual Exhibit – Co-juror of virtual exhibition

2012 Biennial, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, Maine, Guest Curator

The Great Outside, Camden, Maine

Truman Seymour, Weir Farm Art Center

Alfred H. Maurer: American Modern, Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, traveled to six venues

Private Realisms, Jonathan Edwards College, Yale University

The Unmapped Body: 3 Black British Artists, Yale University Art Gallery, co-sponsored by Yale Center for British Art

Hawaiian Eye: Collecting Contemporary Art with Thurston Twigg-Smith, Yale University Art Gallery

America Seen, Regionalist and American scene paintings from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, circulated to 10 U.S. Museums

Interpreting the Great Hall: Catherine Ferguson, Site-specific installation, Sheldon Art Museum

Inside the Dance: Drawings by Terry Rosenberg, Sheldon Art Museum

Dislocated Emblems: Recent Work by Warren Rosser, a Sheldon Solo exhibition, Sheldon Art Museum, September to November

Woven Vessels: Contemporary American Baskets, Sheldon Art Museum

Two Guys from Lincoln: Craig Roper and Cameron Shaw, Sheldon Art Museum

Robert Henri: Nebraska’s Favorite Son, circulated to eight U.S. museums, Sheldon Art Museum

7 Artists (Who Happen to be Women), Bemis Foundation, Omaha, Nebraska

A Personal Geometry: Paintings by Martha Horvay, Sheldon Art Museum

Off the Wall: Constructed Paintings, Sheldon Art Museum
Findings: Assemblages by Fumiyo Kaneko, Sheldon Art Museum

Of Time and the City: American Modernism from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, circulated to ten U.S. museums under the auspices of the American Federation of Arts.

American Impression from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, circulated to 11 U.S. Museums (reorganized as “Capturing the Light: American Impressionism”)

In Black and White, Sheldon Art Museum

Sheldon Solo: David Simpson, Sheldon Art Museum

In Residence: 15 Artists from the Bemis Foundation, Sheldon Art Museum

One Hundred Years of American Prints, selected from the permanent collection in celebration of the Nebraska Art Association Centennial, Sheldon Art Museum

One Hundred American Photographs, selected from the permanent collection in celebration of the Nebraska Art Association Centennial, Sheldon Art Museum

Rhythmic Clay, ceramic sculpture by Jun Kaneko, Sheldon Art Museum

William Penhallow Henderson: Master Colorist of Santa Fe, Phoenix Art Museum, exhibition circulated to Museum of Western Art, Denver, Colorado