Lonely Hearts: NEW PRINTS 2021/SUMMER

Juried by Christiane Baumgartner
On View in IPCNY's Exhibition Space June 10, 2021–September 18, 2021

International Print Center New York
508 West 26th Street 5A, New York, NY


Diana Behl, Leonie Bradley & Silverlining, Lance Letscher, Brian D. Cohen, Julie Cowan, Jason Dorler, Eduardo Fausti, Heikedine Günther, Gaurang Garg, Keith Garubba, Katerina Guillermo, Travis Janssen, Nina Jordan, Marina Kim, Janne Laine, Ellen Lesperance, Julia Ludwig, Mike Marks, Graham McDougal, Austin Nash, Neubert Franziska, Thomas J. Norulak, Gina Osso-Carbonaro, Peeters Goedele, Tuukka Peltonen, Adam Pitt, Aric Russom, Nicholas H. Ruth, Tushar Sahay, Jens Schubert, Merrill Shatzman, Giske Sigmundstad, Josh Welker, Karen Whitman, Cleo Wilkinson, and Julie Wolfe.


South Dakota Art Museum: Mar 19 – Jun 13, 2021
Washington Pavilion: Jun 26 – Sep 19, 2021
John A. Day Gallery: Oct 16 – Nov 13, 2021
Dahl Arts Center: Dec 3, 2021– Mar 5, 2022


Denise DuBroy, Dahl Arts Center at Rapid City Arts Council
Amy Fill, University Art Galleries at USD
Cody Henrichs, Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science
Jodi Lundgren, South Dakota Art Museum at SDSU 

image: in fig. (e), Transfer drawing, linocut, laser engraved woodblock on Kitakata, 16" x 20"

Morgan Conservatory National 
April 9th – May 22nd, 2021

Curated by Tizziana Baldenebro, Executive Director, SPACES
and Arnold Tunstall, Director, University Galleries, The University of Akron

Morgan Conservatory

1754 E 47th St

Cleveland, OH

image: if only, Screenprint, graphite, color pencil,
gouache on cut Revere paper, 19" x 15"

February 19 – September 26, 2021

Kay Daugherty Gallery, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center
13470 Dowell Rd, Solomons, MD

Curated by Joan Boudreau, Curator, Graphic Arts Collection

National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

"The LUX Center for the Arts, in cooperation with Constellation Studios, present Surface Impressions, an ambitious exhibition focusing on hand-produced relief prints from woodblock, linoleum cut, wood engraving, and mixed media relief prints."

June 5th-August 28th 2020

LUX Center for the Arts + Constellation Studios
Lincoln, NE

Curated by Mark Pascale, Janet and Craig Duchossois Curator of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago

"The past is present and present is past in this exhibition of recent abstract acquisitions. Recent acquisitions from current South Dakota State University faculty intermingle with past faculty. Works by former SDSU students intermingle with works from past solo exhibition artists. The museum collection is an intersection of multiple worlds and its fascinating web of abstract connections is on display."

Diana Behl, Alice Berry, Donald Boyd, Carol Brown Goldberg, Dana Crooks, Clifford Gleason, Dennis Guastella, Liz Heeren, Carol Hepper, Rick Johns, D. George Prisbe-Przybysz, Peter Reichardt, Joe Stuart, Signe Nelson Stuart, Ulfert Wilke

February 29-July 26, 2020
South Dakota Art Museum
1036 Medary Avenue, Brookings, SD

image: Diana Behl, past/present, Monotype and collage on paper, 2004

South Dakota Art Museum

1036 Medary Avenue, Brookings, SD

February 8-May 10th, 2020
Reception: Friday, March 27th, 5-7pm

This exhibition celebrates the current practice of non-objective abstraction in the state through the works of John R. Anderson, Diana Behl, Jeff Freeman, Liz Heeren, Rick Johns, Erica Merchant, Alan Montgomery, and Molly Wicks

Photographed by SD Art Museum
Diana Behl (left), Rick Johns (right)

Carbondale Community Arts/Artspace 304
304 W. Walnut, Carbondale, IL
February 5-March 27, 2020
Reception: Saturday, March 21st, 3-6pm

Christine D’Epiro Abbott, Cynthia Back, Janet Ballweg, Diana Behl, Raj Bunnag, Anne Burton, Keith Buswell, Luca Cruzat, Justin Diggle, Thomas Faulkner, J. Leigh Garcia, Melissa Harshman, Rachelle Hill, Andy Holliday, Robert Howsare, Ross Jahnke, Sarah Kinard, Andrew Kozlowski, Andrew Lawson, Linda Mahoney, Martyna Matusiak, John McKaig, Colin McLain, Nathan Meltz, Sean P. Morrissey, Steven Muñoz, Thomas Nawrocki, Erich Neitzke, Jonathan Nicklow, Thomas J. Norulak, James Pearson, Morgan Price, Nicholas H. Ruth, Marilee Salvator, Hannah March Sanders, Sarah Smelser, Tanja Softic, Emily Stokes, Tonja Torgerson, Lisa Turner, Linda Whitney, David Wischer, and Connie Wolfe.

Women's Work

October 11-November 30, 2019
Opening Reception Friday, October 11, 5-9 pm

Olson-Larsen Galleries
203 Fifth Street
West Des Moines, IA

Diana Behl, Jen P. Harris, Anna Lambrini Moisiadis, Catherine Reinhart, April South-Olson, Molly Spain, Priscilla Steele, and Allison Svoboda 

3-person exhibit with Diana Behl, Jack St. John, & Nishiki Sugawara-Beda 

Sept. 6th-Oct. 26th, 2019

Opening Reception: Friday, September 6th, 6-8pm

Gallery Talk with the artists: October 4th, 6 p.m.

The Contemporary Dayton is located at 118 Jefferson St. / Dayton, OH

Celebrating the diversity and vibrancy of printmaking and engaging a broad range of themes and processes, the 2019-2021 SGCI Members Exhibition was juried by Jane Hammond from entries by active SGCI members.

The Gallery at University of Texas Arlington, 502 South Cooper Street, Fine Arts Building Arlington, TX 76019
Reception: March 7th, 1–4:30pm
Hours: M–F 10am–5pm, Sa noon–5pm


Rachelle Hill’s curatorial project “Trace (Mapping Space)” explores how mapping and map-based imagery serve as a metaphor for graphically distilling complex issues of migration, loss, unstable climate conditions, and self within community. Jennifer Scheuer’s work examines the relationship between history, perception plants, and healing.

Eagle Exhibit Hall, EESAT 190, Elm Fork Education Center,
University of North Texas
1704 W. Mulberry St., Denton, TX 76201
Reception: March 8th, 1–3pm

Index to a Place featuring: Diana Behl, Tibi Chelcea, Sage Dawson, Kristen Greteman, and Mary Jones

Design on Main
207 Main St, Ames, IA
February 12th-March 19th, 2019

The Letter After Send-Off  (with Andrew Kosten)
Edward J. & Helen Jane Morrison Gallery, University of Minnesota Morris
(located in the main floor in the Humanities Fine Arts Building)
September 6-October 12, 2018

Small Works 2018 @ Trestle Gallery

850 3rd Ave, Suite 411, Sunset Park, Brooklyn

Curated by Sharon Louden

Opening Reception July 26th, 7-9pm

On view through August 22nd