Group Exhibitions
Flatbed World Headquarters
Austin, Texas, 2017

Pop Austin International Art Exhibit
Austin, Texas, 2017

Nave Museum
Victoria, Texas, 2017

Old Jailhouse Art Center & Museum
Albany, Texas, 2017

Visions West Gallery
Jackson, Wyoming, 2017

Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2017

Betty Moody Gallery
“Flatbed Prints”
Houston, Texas, 2017

The Rockwell Museum (Smithsonian)
Corning, New York, 2016

Tang Museum, Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, New York, 2016

Charles Adams Gallery
Lubbock, Texas, 2016

Austin Arts Alliance
Austin, Texas, 2016

Pop Austin International Art Exhibit
Austin, Texas, 2016

Visions West
Bozeman, Montana, 2016

Louise Hopkins Underwood Center
“Get Lost” with Allison Walton
Lubbock, Texas, 2015

Holly Johnson Gallery
Dallas, Texas, 2015

Visions West
Livingston, Montana, 2015

Pop Austin International Art Exhibit
Austin, Texas, 2015

Charles Adams Gallery
Lubbock, Texas, 2015

Pop Austin International Art Exhibit
Austin, Texas, 2014

Whitney Western Art Museum (Smithsonian)
Cody, Wyoming, 2014

Rosamund Felsen Gallery
Santa Monica, California, 2014

Modern West Gallery
Salt Lake City, Utah, 2014

The Webb Gallery
“Get Lost” with Allison Walton
Waxahachie, Texas, 2013

Western Sequels
Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University
Istanbul, Turkey, 2013

Western Sequels
Athens School of Fine Arts
Athens, Greece, 2013

Summer Contemporary Show
Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2012

Days and Giorni, by Bruce Nauman
(principal lead character)
Institute of Contemporary Art, (ICA)
London, England, 2012

American Realism
Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2011

A Place In The Shade
Continental Gallery
Austin, Texas, 2011

Musicians Who Make Art
Art Car Museum
Houston, Texas, 2011

Connections
A Tribute To Ted Pillsbury
Gerald Peters Gallery
New York, New York, 2011

Texas Chair Project
Columbus Craft Museum
Columbus, Ohio, 2011

Broad Overview
C4 Gallery
Los Angeles, California, 2011

Days and Giorni, by Bruce Nauman
(principal lead character)
Museum of Modern Art
New York, New York, 2010

Artists See Satan
Grand Central Art Center
Cal State Fullerton
Santa Anna, California, 2010

It All Adds Up
Athenaeum Music and Arts Library
La Jolla, California, 2010

Cobra Show
Cobra Studios
Austin, Texas, 2010

Days and Giorni, by Bruce Nauman.
(principal lead character)
Venice Biennale
Venice, Italy. 2009

Days and Giorni, by Bruce Nauman.
(principal lead character)
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2009

Recent Works
Solway Jones Gallery
Los Angeles, California, 2009

Selected Works
Gerald Peters Gallery
Dallas, Texas, 2008

“The Chair Project”
Austin Museum of Art
Austin, Texas, 2008

“Winter Show”
Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2007

“Ulterior Motifs”
Crazywood Gallery
Huntsville, Texas, 2007

“Amistad, Texas Art in Peru”
The Museum of Modern Art
Trujillo, Peru, 2007

“Red Dot Project”
Women and Their Work
Austin, Texas, 2007

“Amistad, Texas Art in Peru”
The National Museum
Lima, Peru, 2007

“Ulterior Motifs”
Arlington Museum of Art
Arlington, Texas, 2007

Texas Group Show
Gallery G
Houston, Texas, 2007

“Artists and Music”
Ellen Noel Art Museum
Odessa, Texas, 2006

“Annual Invitational”
Longview Museum of Art
Longview, Texas, 2006

Summer Show
Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, NM 2006

Group Show
Wayne Gilbert Gallery
Houston, Texas, 2006

“Private Collection”
Gallery 68
Austin, Texas, 2006

Annual Exhibition
Austin City Hall
Austin, Texas, 2006 

“From Llano Estacado to Alte Munze”
Alte Munze Contemporary Art Center
Salzwedel, Germany, 2005

“Miniatures”
Gerald Peters Gallery
Dallas, Texas, 2005

“Texas Contemporary Art”
Buddy Holly Center
Lubbock, Texas, 2005

“Chunks”
Gallery 101
Houston, Texas, 2005

“What’s Behind What’s Going On”
University of Texas-San Antonio
Satellite Gallery at Blue Star
San Antonio, Texas, 2005

“Going West”
Texas A&M University
Stark Galleries
College Station, Texas, 2005

“Drawings As Art”
Concordia University
Austin, Texas, 2005

“35x35 Artists”
Gerald Peters Gallery
Dallas, Texas, 2004

“Post 65: “Yet More Art for Marfa”
D. Berman Gallery Temporary Installation
Marfa, Texas 2004

 

“100 Artists See Satan”
Grand Central Arts Center
Cal State Fullerton University
Fullerton, California, 2004

“Going West”
Galveston Art Center
Galveston, Texas, 2004

“Musicians That Make Art”
New Braunfels Museum of Art
New Braunfels, Texas, 2004

“Ulterior Motifs #7”
Amarillo Museum of Art
Amarillo, Texas, 2004

“Going West”
Arthouse at the Jones Center
For Contemporary Art
Austin, Texas, 2004

“Ulterior Motifs #6”
Wheeler Brothers Gallery
Lubbock, Texas, 2004

“100 Drawings”
Haggerty Gallery
University of Dallas
Irving, Texas, 2004

“DNA/ART Two Generations”
Athenaeum Music and Arts Library And Museum
LaJolla, California, 2004

“Texas Uprising”
San Antonio Museum of Art and Blue Star Art Center
San Antonio, Texas, 2004

“Duct Tape and Plastic”
Santa Fe Art Institute
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2003

“Word”
Haggerty Gallery, University of Dallas
Irving, Texas, 2003

“Texas Neon Artists”
Clearlake Center For Contemporary Art
Clearlake, Texas, 2003

“Arte Saragado”
Concordia University Art Gallery
Austin, Texas, 2002

“Wet Paint”
Austin Modern Gallery
Austin, Texas, 2002

“Five By Seven By X”
The Jones Center For Contemporary Art
Austin, Texas, 2002

“Second Inaugural Exhibition”
With Alan Rath, John Cage, Alex Gray, & Others
Solway and Jones Gallery 2211
Los Angeles, CA, 2001 

“Five By Seven By X” exhibit
Texas Fine Arts Association
The Jones Center For Contemporary
Art Austin, Texas, 2001

“Gibson Guitar Series”
Wild About Music Gallery
Austin, Texas, 2001

“South By Southwest Sims Foundation Show”
Four Seasons Hotel
Austin, Texas, 1999

“Art Matters”
Art Pace Center for Contemporary Art
San Antonio, Texas, 1997

“20/20”, Twenty year anniversary exhibit
Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum
Santa Barbara, California, 199

“The Devil Has Seven Fingers”
Lubbock or Leave it Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1996

“Lubbock Arts Festival”
Lubbock Civic Center
(commissioned installation)
Lubbock, Texas, 1996

“Six Up”
Flipnotics Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1995

“Found Object”
Amdur Gallery
Austin, Texas 1994 

“1st Annual Show”
Boston Corporate Arts
Boston, Massachusetts, 1994

“Thirteen”
Yellow Dog Photo Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1993

“Austin Arts Association, 15th Anniversary Exhibit”
First Street Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1993

“Still Working, Still Living”
Amdur Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1991

“The Substitution”
Esther’s Follies Annex Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1991

“Lost and Found”
The Bentley College Gallery
Bentley College
Waltham, Massachusetts, 1991

“Student Annual”
Grossman Gallery
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Boston, Massachusetts, 1990

“Boit Competition”
Grossman Gallery
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Boston, Massachusetts, 1989

“American Dolls”
Fresno Arts Center
Fresno, California, 1984 

Solo Exhibitions
Peters Projects
“My America”
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2017

Louis Hopkins Underwood Center
“My America Texas”
Lubbock, Texas, 2016

Louis Hopkins Underwood Center
Ceramics & Drawings
Lubbock, Texas, 2015

Visions West Gallery
Selected Works
Denver, Colorado, 2014

“Nests” with Malu Byrne
Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2013

Recent Works
Visions West Gallery
Denver, Colorado, 2013

Get Lost, (with Allison Walton)
Webb Gallery
Waxahachie, Texas, 2013

"Nests" (with Malu Byrne)
Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2012

"Empire" (Selected Works)
Creative Visions and Dan Eldon Gallery
Los Angeles, California, 2012

Creative Visions
Selected Works
Malibu, California, 2012

“Empire”
Grand Central Art Center
Cal State University Fullerton
Santa Ana, California, 2012

"Empire"
Grand Central Art Center
Cal State University Fullerton
Santa Ana, California, 2011

Recent Bronzes
Solway Jones Gallery
Los Angeles, CA, 2010

Selected works from “Empire” and “Tumbleweeds & Tire Treads”
Gallery 210, University of St Louis
St. Louis, Missouri, 2009

Recent Bronzes
Gallery 68
Austin, Texas 2008

“Empire”
Gerald Peters Gallery
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2007

“Empire”
Gerald Peters Gallery
Dallas, Texas, 2007

“Germany Works”
Gallery 68
Austin, Texas, 2007

“New Works”
Red Bud Gallery
Houston, Texas, 2006

“Tumbleweeds & Tire Treads”
D. Berman Gallery
Austin, Texas, 2005

“Red Room”
Gallery 68
Flatbed World Headquarters
Austin, Texas, 2005

 

“Tumbleweeds”
Gerald Peters Gallery
Dallas, Texas, 2004

“New Works”
D. Berman Gallery
Austin, Texas, 2004 

“Natural Selections”
Arthouse at the Jones Center For Contemporary Art
Austin, Texas, 2003

“New Works”
Sala Diaz Gallery
San Antonio, Texas, 2003

“Recent Works”
D. Berman Gallery
Austin, Texas, 2003

“Recent Works”
Solway Jones Gallery
Los Angeles, California, 2003

“Faith & Superstition”
Pillsbury & Peters Fine Art Gallery
Dallas, Texas, 2002

“Jesus Christ from East L. A.”
Gallery 68
Austin, Texas, 2002

“A Pogo is a Logo Upside-down”
Solway and Jones Gallery 2211
Los Angeles, California, 2002

“The Day I Met Jesus Christ”
Gallery 68
Austin, Texas, 2001

“Reflections of Life”
Gallery 68
Austin, Texas, 2000 

“Recent Works”
Gallery 68
Austin, Texas, 1999

“Recent Works”
Gallery Bleux
Austin, Texas, 1998

“Human Tendencies”
Lubbock or Leave it Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1997

“Temptation and Compulsion”
Lubbock or Leave it Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1994

“The Very Important Picture”
Paradise Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1992

“Making Choices”
Lubbock or Leave it Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1991

“Off The Road Into The Wilderness”
The Third Coast Gallery
Austin, Texas, 1991

“To Wish Upon A Bone”
Main Atrium Space
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Boston, Massachusetts, 1990

“Dan’s Disco Pad”
Studio Space
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Boston, Massachusetts, 1990

“Art in Action”
Axis Gallery
Boston, Massachusetts, 1989

Permanent Installations
“Tumbleweed”
Sharaton Hotel
Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011

“Skin of the White Lady”
Phillips Lighting Head Office
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Holland, 1996

Performance Art
Pecha Kucha
(wrote and performed)
Blue Genie Art Space
Austin, Texas, 2011

A Pogo Is A Logo Upside Down
(Written, Directed and Performed)
Grand Central Art Center
Santa Ana, California, 2011

“Painted Black Velvet”, Directed by Sharon Ely, Narrated by Jo Harvey Allen and Jo Carol Pierce; played male lead and assisted in costume design. Preformed at the Lubbock Civic Center
Lubbock, Texas, 1991

“Do You Know What Your Children Are Tonight?”
produced by American Inroads and the
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
co-wrote, produced, and played male lead in a family collaboration.
Presented by Theater Artaud
San Francisco, California, 1987

“Do You Know What Your Children Are Tonight?’
Presented and produced by The Washington Projects for the Arts.
Co-wrote, produced, and played male lead in a family Collaboration.
Washington, D.C., 1985

“Real Life”
a visual musical collaboration with Terry Allen, Jo Harvey Allen and Bukka Allen. Presented and produced By the Aspen Art Museum and Anderson Ranch
Aspen, Colorado, 1985

“Fly By Night”
a group performance piece performed at the Visual Arts Center of Alaska. Played male lead and assisted in writing, and directing.
Anchorage, Alaska, 1981

Film
“The Wild Texas Wind”
a made for television film, directed by Joan Tewksbury. Assistant art director and designer to John Huke. Staring Gary Busey and Dolly Parton.
Austin, Texas, 1991

“Just Another Weekend”
an I.V. Studios film. Produced and directed by Elizabeth Cher: played and co-wrote the part of “Marco”. Filmed in Crested Butte, Colorado and San Francisco, California, 1988

“True Stories”
a Warner Brothers film, written and directed by David Byrne. Played the part of “Boy in Field”
Dallas, Texas, 1986

Music
Self titled solo album, 1999

Fellowships
“Acadia Summer Arts Program”
Guest Artist
Mount Desert Island, Maine, 1998-2004

Grant Recipient
“Art Matters”
New York, New York, 1996