Broadway Windows, 1991
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2008 Freeing itself from Gravity, large-scale kinetic Mylar sculptures, Fuerst Studio, Mt. Desert, ME.
2005 A Floating World, kinetic Mylar and mixed-media sculptures, Fuerst Studio, Mt. Desert, ME.
2004 New Work, sculptures using Mylar and seaweed fronds and holdfasts, Fuerst Studio, Mt. Desert, ME.
2002 Dance of the Wind Spirits, two large-scale Mylar sculptures, St. Peter's Church, Citicorp Building, NYC.
2001 Translucent Sculpture, large-scale cloud and underwater Mylar sculptures and small works in acrylic boxes, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Public Library, Greenwich, CT.
2000 NEW / NOW, installation, large-scale Mylar sculptures, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT.
1996 Wind Spirits and Microcosms, kinetic Mylar sculptures and works in acrylic boxes, Space Between Gallery, Bangor, ME.
1993 Tide Pool Series, small works in acrylic boxes, Educational Testing Service Conference Center, Princeton, NJ.
1991 Reef and Cloud Gardens, five site-specific Mylar sculpture installations, Broadway Windows, New York, NY.
1990 Underwater Gardens, kinetic Mylar sculptures and works in acrylic boxes, Steinhardt Conservatory Exhibition Gallery. Brooklyn Botanic Garden, NYC.
1989 Toss-up, site-specific kinetic Mylar sculpture, Luise Ross Gallery, NYC.
1987 Constellations and Other Cosmic Phenomena, small works in acrylic boxes, Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland, ME.
1980 Above the Earth, Beneath the Sea,kinetic Mylar sculptures and works in acrylic boxes, Wingspread Gallery, Northeast Harbor, ME.
1977 Women Artist Series, kinetic Mylar sculptures, Douglass College Library, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
1976 Environmental Works , Mylar hangings, Grace Gallery, New York City Community College, New York, NY.
1975 Shirley Fuerst: Mylar Hangings, Second Story Gallery, New York, NY.
1968 Landscapes and Other Visions , oil on canvas paintings, Gallery 84, New York, NY.
1967 Landscapes , oil on canvas paintings, Gallery 84, New York, NY.
1963 First Prize Winner, 21st Annual Oil Competion, Village Art Center, New York, NY.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2010 Celebrating 80 years: Eight Artists, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT
2009 Wingspread Artists Invitational, Great Harbor Marine Museum, Mt. Desert, ME
2009 The Gathering, Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor, ME
1998 Island Invitational, four-person exhibition, Blum Gallery, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME
1997 Solstice '97, small work invitational including Christo, Yoko Ono, and William Wegman, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME.1997 Spirit into Substance, sculpture invitational, Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset, ME.
1994 24th Juried Show, Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA. (Juried by Charlotta Kotik, Curator of Contemporary Art, The Brooklyn Museum).
1990 'Lite' Works, sculpture using lightweight man-made and natural materials in unusual ways, invitational including Grace Knowlton and Jerilea Zempel, the Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
1987 Sculpture for a Dance Performance, Phyllis Rose Dance Company, St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, NY
1986 Transparencies, large-scale sculptures, invitational, University Art Gallery, SUNY, Albany, NY (Curated by Susan Edgar).
1982 Arteder '82, juried international survey of current printmaking, one of seventeen United States artists chosen. Also included were Arman, Lucio Pozzi, and Lilliane Porter, International Graphics Arts Exhibition, Bilbao, Spain, catalogue.
1981 Art & Technology, curated national invitational exhibition of new art media, including computer graphics, neon, and plastics, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY.
1980 Captured Light, one of twenty artists chosen who use light as an expressive medium, national invitational funded by the NEA and the City of Atlanta, The Third Floor Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
1973 Sculpture for the Dance, site-specific translucent Mylar sculpture designed for (among others) Bruce King, Jennifer Muller and the Jose Limon Dance Companies, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY. (Curated by Sutherland McColley).
1972 Unmanly Art, survey of large-scale women's art, including Louise Bourgeois, Louise Nevelson, Lynda Benglis, Lee Bontecou, and Mary Frank, Suffolk Museum, LI, NY. (Curated by June Blum).
1971 Fourth International Miniature Print Show, sponsored by Pratt Graphics Center, installed at the AAA Gallery, New York, NY and circulated to museums in the U.S.A. and abroad, also included were Antonio Frasconi and Clare Romano, (Juried by Riva Castleman, Associate Curator of Prints, MOMA), catalogue.
1968 32nd MidYear Show, national juried exhibition, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1990
SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME.
The James A. Michener Foundation Collection of Twentieth Century American Art, University of Texas, Austin, TX.
The Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA.Exxon Corporation, Linden, NJ.
Mrs. Charles Berwind, Bryn Mawr, PA.
Mrs. Edward Leede, Midland, TX.
Marcia Frazier, Beverly Hills, CA.
George Van Deventer, Washington, ME.
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