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Selected Curriculum Vitae
2015 Gallery Raymond, Kingston, Ontario
2011 "Reflection, Gallery Raymond
2008 "Journey", Gallery Raymond
2006 "The View From Here", Gallery Raymond
2001 Joint Show, Edward Day Gallery, Kingston
1999 Joint Show, Edward Day Gallery
1997 "Recent Painting", Edward Day Gallery
1995 "Hold The Moment", The Edward Day Gallery
1994 * "In The Light", McIntyre Street Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan.
* Burns Fry Investments, Brockville, Ontario.
1992 * "Panorama", Agnes Etherington Arts Centre, Kingston. Curated by Jan Allen.
* "New Paintings", Brock Street Gallery, Kingston.
1991 "Only He Who Sees", Brock Street Gallery.
1990 Brock Street Gallery.
2016 "A Sense of Place", Organization of Kingston Women Artists, Pumphouse Steam Museum, Kingston
2016 "Art After Dark", Gallery Raymond, Kingston
2012 "Arts and the Arch", Marianne van Silfhout Gallery at St. Lawrence College, Brockville, Ontario.
2012 Joint Exhibit - Jordon Hicks and Maureen Sheridan, Gallery Raymond, Kingston.
2009 "Lit City", Market Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
2001 "A City Revealed", First Canada Place Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
1999 "Raison d’Etre", Organization of Kingston Women Artists 10th Anniversary Show, Kingston Public Library.
1999, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1992 Group Shows, Edward Day Gallery
1997 "Edifice", Curated by Jan Allen, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston.
1994 *" Winter Group Show", Nancy Poole’s Studio, Toronto.
* "33rd Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition", Nathan Phillips Square.
1993 * "The Canadian Figure", Nancy Poole’s Studio.
* "London Life Young Contemporaries 93", London Regional Art Gallery prior to a national tour.
Curated by Barry Lord. Exhibit toured until late 1994.
* Kingston Women Artists, Kingston Artist Association.
1992 * "The Young And Optimistic", Nancy Poole’s Studio.
* "City Seen/City Scenes", Market Gallery, City of Toronto Archives, Curated by Gillian Reddyhoff.
1989 *"28th Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition"
*"B.F.A. on View", Agnes Etherington Art Centre
*"Queen's B.F.A. Graduating Show", Queen's University
*"Artsfest", Queen's University
Bank of Montreal
Corporation of the City of Toronto
Marathon Realty (C.P.R.)
Credit Union Central of Ontario
NCR (National Cash Register)
Kingston General Hospital
Private collections in Canada, U.S.A and Europe.
Selected Media References (*reviews)
Susan Smith, "Artist Maureen Sheridan", Thousand Islands Life Magazine, April 2014, www.thousandislandslife.com
"Lake Effects", The Artists of Kingston Project, documentary video profiling four artists, including Maureen Sheridan interview, premiered November 2012 at the Agnes Etherington Arts Centre, Queen's University
Kamille Parkinson, "Artist delivers an oasis of calm", The Kingston Whig-Standard, May 28, 2011 http://www.thewhig.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?archive=true&e=3143875
Deborah Melman-Clement, “City of Artists”, Kingston Life Magazine, Summer
* Melanie Dugan, “Sheridan’s paintings lodge themselves in the imagination,” The Kingston Whig-Standard, March, 2001
*Interviews, Kingston Cogeco Television, November 2000 and October 1997
*Rica Eckersley, “Sheridan portrays real life,” The Queen’s Journal, Kingston, October 14, 1997
*Interview by Laura Green, “On Stage on Screen”, CFRC Radio, Kingston, October 3, 1997
*Mary Steer, “ Profile Kingston Magazine”, September 1997
*Interview by Maria Sullivan, “Kingston Today”, Kingston Cablenet February 14, 1996.
*Lee Parpart, “Hold The Moment”, The Whig Standard, March 1995.
Barry Lord, “Twelve Under 30: The New Figuration”, Artfocus, Vol. 3, No. 1, Fall 1994.
Jan Allen, “Panorama: Paintings by Maureen Sheridan”, Agnes Etherington Art Centre Exhibitions Catalogue 1992/93.
Alec Ross, “Stealing The Show”, The Whig Standard, July 1994.
*Joan Gandier, “Artist Continues Search For Everyday Subjects,”
The Recorder & Times, Brockville, June 1994.
Cover of “Into The Mainstream,” Annual Report 1993/94 Ongwanada Hospital, Kingston.
*Joan Gandier, “Gallery features paintings of Brockville-born artist,” The Recorder & Times, March 1994.
Barry Lord, “London Life Young Contemporaries 93 Exhibition Catalogue,” London Regional Art & Historical Museums, London, Ontario, 1993.
Kingston Women Artists Datebooks: 1995/ 94/93/92.
* Peter Christie, “Artist’s Understatement Comes Out In
Paintings,” The Whig Standard, October 1992.
“Summer Panorama: Paintings By Maureen Sheridan,” Currents,
Agnes Etherington Arts Centre, Kingston, Sept./Oct. 1992.
*Joan Gandier, “Sheridan Shines With New Exhibit,” The Recorder & Times, September 1992.
Interview, “Germotte’s Studio,” CBC Affiliate CKWS-TV, Kingston, before Release Into National Syndication, 1991.
*Deanna Lysko, “Stories On Canvas—Maureen Sheridan paints
scenes of everyday life,” Recorder & Times, May 1991.
*Joan Gandier, “Sheridan’s Work Shows New Focus,” Recorder & Times, April 1991.
*Jennie Punter, “Ordinary Moments,” The Whig Standard Magazine, June 1990.
Cover Of The Whig Standard Magazine, May 1990 & July 1989.
*Deanna Lysko, “Maureen Sheridan blends in with the canvas,”
Recorder & Times, August 1989.
*Joan Gandier, “Art Exhibit Displays Superior Quality,” Recorder & Times, April 1989.
*Doug Ferris, “A Celebration Of Suburban Life In Art,” The Queen’s Journal, March 1988.
Awards and Honours
2012 Best two-dimensional work, Arts and the Arch, Frontenac Biosphere 10th anniversary Exhibition, Marianne van Silfhout Gallery at St. Lawrence College.
1995 Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant.
President of the Organization of Kingston Women Artists, 1995-1997. Ongoing member.
Honourable Mention, Best Painting, 33rd Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1994.
Best Painting Award, David L. Stevenson & Son Artist’s Colour Co. Ltd., 28th Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1989.
Honourable Mention: Lt. Governor of Ontario Award of Excellence, 28th Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1989.
Second Prize. Painting. Artsfest. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 1989.
First Prize. Painting. Artsfest. Queen’s University, 1988.
Honourable Mention: Lt. Governor Of Ontario Award Of Excellence, 27th Toronto
Outdoor Art Exhibition, 1988.
St. Lawrence College, Kingston and Brockville campuses
Loyalist College, Belleville
Kingston School of Art
Agnes Etherington Art Centre
B.F.A. (First Class Honours) Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 1989.
B.A.H. Art History, Queen’s University, 1986.
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