Exhibitions

(SELECTED)

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015  “Soul Season: Works by Charles H. Stinson”, a.Muse Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Curator: Lori Shantzis; September 20 – November 12.

2000  One-person show, Randall Whitehead Design

 

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS

2015   “California Sculpture SLAM”, Central Coast Sculptors and San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, San Luis Obispo, CA; September-November.

2004  “Off the Rim” at Grounds For Sculpture, Brooke Barrie, Juror and Curator, Hamilton, New Jersey; May-September.

 

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

2015 “littleSCULPTURE”, an international show of the International Sculpture Center, Phoenix, AZ; November.

1986  Japanese Shodo brushwork selected for exhibition, Senkei International Calligraphy Competition, Tokyo, Japan

1986  Three person show of contemporary Japanese Calligraphy, Japan Center, San Francisco, California

1985  Shodo brushwork selected for exhibition, Senkei International Calligraphy Competition, Tokyo, Japan. Awarded Certificate of Special Merit for shado brushwork.

1984  Two person show and demonstration of abstract Japanese Calligraphy, Japan Center, San Francisco, California

 

NATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

2008  “75th Annual Awards Exhibition” (part 1), National Sculpture Society, Park Avenue Atrium, New York, NY; February 18-May 30.

2008  “75th Annual Awards Exhibition” (part 2), National Sculpture Society, Brookgreen Gardens, Pawleys Island, SC, June 28-August 24.

2005  “Open National Exhibition”, Long Beach Arts, Long Beach, CA; November-December.

 

STATE / REGIONAL EXHIBITIONS

2015   “California Sculpture SLAM”, Central Coast Sculptors and San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, San Luis Obispo, CA; September-November.

2015   “The Left Coast”, Western Regional show sponsored by Marin Society of Artists, Marin, CA; September 17-October 24.

2013   “Discarted – Art from Trash”, Ojai Art Festival Juried Exhibition; November.

 

OTHER JURIED EXHIBITIONS

2015   “The Left Coast”, Western Regional show sponsored by Marin Society of Artists, Marin, CA; September 17-October 24.

2013  “Wisdom 2.0: Mindfulness, Wisdom and Compassion in the Technology Age”, Curator: Will Chase, San Francisco, CA; February.

2013  “Beyond Gaga”, Pacific Rim Sculptors, Works Gallery, San Jose, CA; February.

2007  “ReArt: The Art of Re-Use”, Market Street Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

2007  “Sculpture in the Garden”, Ruth Bancroft Garden, Walnut Creek, CA.

2007  “Breaking Ice: Bay Area Artists Consider the African Diaspora”, ARTworkSF Gallery, 49 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA.

2005“Urban Art”, Aspect Gallery, San Francisco, CA; November-December.

2005“Bold Expressions”, Northern California Arts, Inc., Sacramento, CA; October.

2005  “Obedient Nature,” Pacific Rim Sculptors Group, JoAnne Northrup, Juror, San Francisco, CA; July-August.

2005  “Men,” Larry Warnock Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA; June.

2004  “Reversing Vandalism”, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, CA; January-May.

2004  “California Dreaming” John Toki, Juror, Pacific Rim Sculptors Group, San Francisco, CA; January-February.

2002  “Small Treasures”, Thomas Reynolds Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

2002  Destination Foundation Auction (juried selection and awarded)

1999  Castro Yoga Studio, San Francisco: Bronze Yogis and Buddhas

1997  Group show, Sweet Inspirations, San Francisco: Drawings

 

TWO-/THREE-PERSON SHOWS

2005  “Urban Art”, Aspect Gallery, San Francisco, CA; November-December.

2002  “Small Treasures”, Thomas Reynolds Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

1987  Three person show of contemporary Japanese Calligraphy, Japan Festival of Palo Alto, California

1986  Three person show of contemporary Japanese Calligraphy, Japan Center, San Francisco, California

1984  Two person show and demonstration of abstract Japanese Calligraphy, Japan Center, San Francisco, California

 

OTHER GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015   “BAMBOO”, a special themed show for San Francisco Open Studios and continuing for International Sculpture Day, of the International Sculpture Center; April 24.

1999   Castro Yoga Studio, San Francisco: Bronze Yogis and Buddhas.

1997  Group show, Sweet Inspirations, San Francisco: Drawings.

 

PUBLIC & CHARITABLE SHOWS

Frequent, regular participant in SF Open Studios, and donor of art to Art for AIDS, Maitri Bliss.  Several donated works have been juried into silent and live auctions (e.g., 2005 Art for AIDS auction at Bonhams & Butterfields, San Francisco, and 2002 Destination Foundation).

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