“Seven Deadly Sins”, Traveling exhibition, first venue at Mesa College, San Diego, California 2012.

Conceived the idea for the exhibit and selected seven different artists to participate. Each artist addresses the old theme of the Seven Deadly Sins, using his or her own vantage point and executing their unique technique, including:

Oil on Canvas; Egg tempera; various Printmaking techniques, Photography; Digital and Video imagery.



“The Roadium”, Cal State University, Fullerton, California. Created and organized this exhibit, comprising circus-related paintings by Phyllis Davidson; sculptures by Gerald Heffernon; puppets from the Alan Cook collection; and memorabilia from the Tegge Circus Archives. (1997)



California State University, Channel Islands (2011)
Gallery 500, Portland, Oregon (2007)
Art on Alberta, Portland, Oregon (2005)
R. B. Stevenson Gallery, La Jolla, California (1993)
Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Santa Monica, California (1992)
Thinking Eye, Los Angeles, California (1988)
Space, Los Angeles, California (1983, 1980, 1978)
Knowlton Gallery, New York, New York (1975)
Comara Gallery, Los Angeles, California (1975, 1973)
California State University, Los Angeles, California (1973)
Jefferson Gallery, Los Angeles, California (1967)



Space Gallery Artists, Kellogg Gallery, Cal Poly Pomona (2008)
C. Emerson Gallery, St. Petersburg, Florida (2007)
“About Face”, Long Beach (California) Museum of Art (2007)
L2Kontemporary, Los Angeles, California (2007)
Larry Evans Gallery, San Francisco, California (2004)
Froelick Gallery, Portland, Oregon (2004)
San Francisco International Art Exhibition, San Francisco, California (2003)
Larry Evans Gallery, San Francisco, California (2003)
“Everybody Loves a Clown . . .”, Chapman University, Orange, California (1998)
“SPOOKY”, Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, California (1996)
R. B. Stevenson Gallery, La Jolla, California (1993)
Directors Guild, “Eclectic L. A.”, Hollywood, California (1991)
Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Inaugural Show, Santa Monica, California (1990)
Transamerica Galleries, “Portraits of the Art Crowd”, Los Angeles, California (1990)
International Contemporary Art Fair, Los Angeles, California (1988)
Art Museum of South Texas, “About Face”, Corpus Christi, Texas (Travelling)(1984)
The Edge, “Divergent Content”, Fullerton, California (1984)
Space, “Space: then and now”, Los Angeles, California (1984)
Palos Verdes (California) Art Center, “Hollywood: the Muse”
Design Center of Los Angeles, “A Broad Spectrum: Contemporary Los Angeles Painters and Sculptors ’84” (1984)
Triton Museum of Art, “Crime and Punishment”, Santa Clara, Ca. (1984)
Fisher Gallery, “Ceci n’est pas le Surrealisme: California Idioms of Surrealism”, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Ca. (Travelled to University of Stanislaus, Ca., and Pratt Institute, N. Y. C.) (1984)
Jehu Gallery, San Francisco, California, “Secret Pictures”, Jerry Burchard, Phyllis Davidson, Robert Mapplethorpe
Space, Los Angeles, California (1980)
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, “The Artist as Social Critic” (1979)
Space, “Thanatopsis: Contemplations on Death”, Los Angeles, California (1978)
Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California (1976)
Cerritos (California) College, “Sixteen Los Angeles Women Artists” (1974)
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, “All City Art Festival” : Purchase Award (1974)
Laguna Beach Museum of Art, “Women USA”, Laguna Beach, California (1973)
Womanspace, “Abstract Form, Female Sexuality”, Los Angeles, California (1973)
Long Beach (California) Museum of Art, “Ninth Annual Southern California Exhibition” : Purchase Grant (1971)
San Francisco Art Institute, “Centennial Exhibition” (1971)



“OohLaLa” (documentary), City TV, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 1998
“Life on the Roadium”, Meg Linton, JUXTAPOZ, Summer 1998
“How Bizarre, How Bizarre”, Michael Epstein, LOS ANGELES TIMES, September 17, 1997
“First Look”, LOS ANGELES TIMES, September 8, 1997
“Best of the West”, Donna Tennant, SOUTHWEST ART, September, 1997
“Classical Fantasies”, Nancy Kay Turner, ARTWEEK, Dec. 17, 1988
“Surrealists on Surrealism: A Contemporary View”, Michael S. Bell, LEONARDO, 1985
“Ceci n’est pas le Surrealism: California Idioms of Surrealism”, Marie de Alcuaz,
Fisher Gallery, USC, ART in CALIFORNIA BOOKS, 1984
“It’s My Own Invention”, Phyllis Davidson, DREAMWORKS, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1984-85