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  • Butler Art Institute, Youngstown University, Ohio

  • A National Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Fair Art Building, Pomona, California

  • Art Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (one-person show, prints) 



  • National Drawing Show, Bodley Gallery, New York, New York

  • DeCordova and Dana Museum, Boston, Massachusetts (one-person show, prints) 

  • Lawrence Museum, Williams College, Massachusetts (one-person show, prints)

  • Society of Washington Printmakers, Washington, D.C.  (shows 21 and 23)



  • The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (shows 152 and 154)



  • The Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, Hartford, Connecticut.

  • The Slater Memorial Museum, Norwich, Connecticut

  • The Pittsfield Art Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 



  • Troisième biennale de jeunes artistes, Musée d'art Moderne, Paris, France

  • Galería Van Riel, Buenos Aires, Argentina (one-person show)



  • Biennial Print Show, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York

  • Print Show, Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, Connecticut

  • Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

  • Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa 



  • Ultimate Concerns, National Print Drawing Shows no. 7 and 8, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

  • Memorial Union Gallery, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (one-person show)

  • Westminster Foundation, Iowa City, Iowa (two-person show) 

  • Iowa State Fair Art Show, Des Moines, Iowa

  • Waterloo Municipal Gallery, Waterloo, Iowa



  • Oklahoma Art Center, National Print Show, Oklahoma City

  • Dulin National Print Show, Dulin Gallery of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee

  • 20th Print Exhibition, Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

  • Philadelphia Print Club (Philadelphia Print Center), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



  • Potsdam National Show, State University at Potsdam, New York

  • Kovler Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 

  • Associated American Artists, New York City, New York

  • IX Salon International de Juvigny, Paris Sud, France

  • Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition (traveling show, 16 museums) 



  • Cité Internationale des Arts, Rue de l'Hôtel de Ville, Paris, France

  • American Center for Students and Artists, Paris, France (six-person show, represented with 12 oil paintings) 



  • Cinq Cent Gravures Contemporaines, Bibliothèque Nationale, Galerie Mansart, Paris, France



  • Hoogeveen Art Center, Hoogeveen, Holland (two-person show)



  • University of Wisconsin in Madison, Madison, Wisconsin (one-person show)

  • Harwood Union Gallery, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin (one-person show) 



  • Madison Art Center, Brittingham Gallery (Madison Museum of Contemporary Art), Madison, Wisconsin (one-person show)

  • Rahr West Museum, Manitowoc, Wisconsin (three-person show, represented with 20 oils)

  • Watercolor Society, Plymouth Arts Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin



  • Edna Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point (works from 1976-1977)

  • Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin 

  • Wisconsin Watercolor Society, Plymouth Arts Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin (one-person show)



  • Priebe Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh  (invitational)

  • First Wisconsin Center Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Center,  (one-person show) 

  • West Bend Gallery of Fine Arts,  (three-person show) 

  • Wustum Museum of Fine Arils, Racine, Wisconsin

  • Grossman Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

  • Nicolet College, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

  • Watercolor Society, Plymouth Arts Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin



  • John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin (four-county show) 

  • Second Annual Seven State Competition, Harry Nohr Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Platteville

  • Charles Allis Art Library, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

  • Watercolor Wisconsin, Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin ‘79,  Edna Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point 

  • Hopkins Savings and Loan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (group show) 

  • 38th Northeastern Wisconsin Annual, Green Bay, Wisconsin

  • Edna Carlsten Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Wisconsin 



  • Bergstrom Art Center and Museum, Neenah, Wisconsin  (one-person show)

  • Charles Allis Art Library, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (group annual) 

  • Neville Art Museum, Green Bay (four-person show) 

  • John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin (four-county, top award winner show)

  • University of Wisconsin in Green Bay, Creative Communications Galleries (group juried show)



  • Coe College Art Gallery, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (three-person show)

  • Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri (one-person show, paintings) 

  • Watercolor Wisconsin ‘81, Wustum Museum, Racine, Wisconsin

  • Edna Carlstein Gullery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 

  • 40th Northeastern Wisconsin, Neville Museum, Green Bay 

  • Hobart and Smith College, Geneva, New York (one-person show) 

  • American Embassy, Oslo, group painting exhibition organized by St. Olaf College, Minnesota (1980-81)

  • Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin (one-person show) 



  • Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas (one-person show)

  • Paper in Particular, III National Show, Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri 

  • Appleton Gallery of the Arts, Appleton, Wisconsin (16 handmade paper pieces) 

  • Genesis Project, Ossabaw Island, Georgia (one-person show, 22 paintings) 



  • Loyola University Art Gallery, Water Tower Campus, Chicago (one-person show, 18 handmade paper pieces) 

  • Handmade Paper, Rodman Center for the Arls, Ripon College (one-person show)

  • Assemblage: Wisconsin Paper, The Bergstrom-Muller Museum, Neenah, Wisconsin

  • Watercolor Wisconsin, Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, 1983 



  • Watercolor Wisconsin, Nicolet College, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

  • Paper Interpretations, National Juried Show, Rahr West Art Museum, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 

  • Six Counties Artists Triennial, Juried show, John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

  • Olimpia Ogilvie, Sabbatical Exhibition, Ripon College Art Gallery (one-person show) 

  • Making Paper, Wisconsin Invitational, Communication Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Parkside 

  • Wisconsin Museum Directors Choice, State of Wisconsin Congressional office, Washington D.C. (three-person show)



  • Cudahy Gallery of Wisconsin Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, March - September (handmade paper)

  • Fifth Annual Home Mutual, Appleton Gallery of the Arts, Appleton, Wisconsin

  • Olimpia Ogilvie, Rodman Center for the Arts, Ripon College (one-person show) 

  • Paper Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin, Fox Cities, Menasha, Wisconsin 



  • Watercolor Wisconsin 86-87, Western Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin, 

  • November 1986 - June 1987 (traveling juried show)

  • Olimpia Ogilvie, Rodman Art Center, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin (one-person show)

  • Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin Art Gallery, traveling juried show, September 1986 - March 1987

  • Paine Art Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (invitational group exhibition, with three large oil  paintings by the artist featuring the gardens of the Paine Museum, created specifically for this show)



  • John Michael Kohler Center of Contemporary Art, Summer 1987, Sheboygan, Wisconsin



  •  Wisconsin Academy of Arts and Letters, Madison, Wisconsin, May 1990



  • In the Costarican Rainforest, Chicago Botanical Garden, Chicago, Illinois. March 1 - April 14, 1991 (one-person show)



  • Rodman Center for the Arts, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin, June 2013 (memorial retrospective)


  • Ser Olimpia: la inmensa miniatura del gran fragmento, Museo Municipal de Arte “Dr. Urbano Poggi”, Rafaela, Argentina, January 5 - March 15 2019 (solo show, retrospective)

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