Deborah O’Grady Biography 2017-07-18T14:25:28+00:00

Selected Awards and Exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions
(includes performance and installation)

March 21 – September 21, 2011: Public Policy Institute of California, Bechtel Conference Center, Inaugural Exhibition, San Francisco, CA

May 1 – June 13, 2010: Bolinas Art Museum, Bolinas, CA

Nov./Dec. 2009: “dreaming coyote dreaming the world” West Coast/Left Coast Festival, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA

May 2009: Enemy Slayer, live performance, Salt Lake Choral Artists, Salt Lake City, UT

Permanent installation: Quiet Places, landscape photographs, Meyer Sound Labs, Berkeley, CA

July 2008: Enemy Slayer, live performance, Colorado Music Festival, Boulder, CO

February 2008: Enemy Slayer, live performance, Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, World Premiere Commission, Phoenix, AZ

Dec. 2007 – March 2008 Inaugural Exhibition: San Francisco Conservatory of Music Galleries

August 2006: Photoworks, La Casa del Libro Gallery, San Francisco, CA

December 2005: Bitter Harvest, projections for Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, world premiere performance, Berkeley, CA

November 2005: Western Landscapes, Stockholm Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden

October 2005: The Soldier’s Dream, Berkeley Arts Festival Gallery, Berkeley, CA

Sept. – October 1999: Talking Lake, Lower Lake Schoolhouse Museum, Lower Lake, CA

July – August 1999 : Talking Lake, Lake County Museum, Lakeport, CA

March – May 1994: Imagining Native Earth I-III, California, Nevada, & Alaska
Berkeley Store Gallery, Berkeley, CA

15 – 30 January 1994: Imagining Native Earth I-II, California & Nevada
University of Alaska, Sitka, Alaska

Sept. – Nov. 1992: Imagining Native Earth I, California
Coyote Point Museum, San Mateo, California

March – April 1992: Colonial Dreams: Baroque Ruins of Antigua, Guatemala
Marin Theater Gallery, Mill Valley, California

August/September 1989 Colonial Dreams: Baroque Ruins of Antigua, Guatemala
ASUC Art Studio Gallery, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California

The Delta Portfolio, Bucci’s , Emeryville, California

Group Exhibitions

February – April 2008: Subjects of Power and Devotion, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC

January 2007: Aus Amerika II, Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne, Germany

December 2006: Prada Gallery, Washington, D.C.

October 2006: Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, Maryland, Curator’s Incubator

October 2006: Extrapostiendas Art Fair, Buenos Aires, Argentina

August/September 2006: Encuentros Abiertos de Fotografia, Arcimboldo Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina

July 2005: Photo San Francisco, San Francisco, California

June/July 2005: Internationale Fototage, Mannheim, Germany

April – July 2005: Place: Photographs of Environment and Community, Ransom Center Galleries, University of Texas, Austin, Texas

August – September 2002: Davis Art Center, three person exhibition, Stuart Allen, Curator

May – June 2001: Reimaging the West, San Francisco Camerawork, Alicia Miller, Curator

July – August 1995: 7 in California, Carnegie Arts Center, Turlock, California

April – May 1995: Larson Gallery, Yakima, Washington, 23rd Annual Photo Exhibition

April – April 1995: Southeast Missouri Council on the Arts, Photo ’95

March – April 1995: Las Vegas Arts Council, Las Vegas, New Mexico, Faces of Women

February – April 1995: Danville Fine Arts, Danville, California

February – March 1995: Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, California, Sandra S. Phillips, Juror

Awards & Residencies

May 2008: Nomination, United States Artists Fellowship

May 2008: Plenary Speaker, National Conference on Art & Psyche, San Francisco Jung Institute

July 2004 : Nomination, John Gutmann Award, San Francisco, California

July 2001 – June 2002: Bioregional Artist-in-Residence, University of California, Davis

January 1994: The Island Institute, Artist-in-Residence, Sitka, Alaska