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    1967 BA Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
    1969 MFA in Painting, University of California, Santa Barbara


    2012 gWatson Gallery, “New Paintings,” Stonington, ME
            Art Institute of Boston, “Breathing Spaces,” (2 person exhibition), Boston, MA
    2011 Victoria Munroe Fine Art, Boston, MA
    2009 Regis College,”Seeing in Three Media: Monotype, Oil, Watercolor,” Weston, MA
            Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “Watercolors,” Boston MA
    2008 St. Botolph Club, Boston, MA
    2007 Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “The Monotypes,” Boston, MA
            Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “A Diner, a Porch, and a Parking Lot,” Boston, MA
    2006 gWatson Gallery, Stonington, ME
    2005 Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “Venetian Shadows and Northern Shores,” Boston, MA High Point Center for Printmaking, Minneapolis, MN
    2003 gWatson Gallery, Stonington, ME
    2002 Clark Gallery, “Paintings, Watercolors, Monoprints,” Lincoln, MA
    2000 Drury Gallery, Marboro College, Marlboro, VT
    1998 Bernard Toale Gallery, “New Paintings,” Boston, MA
    1997 Bernard Toale Gallery, “Monoprints,” Boston, MA
    1996 The Painting Center, “Recent Paintings,” New York, NY
    1995 Thomson Gallery, “Egg Tempera Series,” Minneapolis, MN
    1992 Victoria Munroe Fine Art, New York, NY
            Jaffe Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
    1988/86/83 Victoria Munroe Gallery, New York, NY
    1988/87/84 Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA


    2013 Art Institute of Boston, “Centennial Faculty Exhibition,” Cambridge, MA
    2012 Boston Public Library, “Rethink Ink,” Boston, MA
            Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “Paintings and Drawings,” Boston, MA
    2011 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, “Highpoint Editions—Decade One,” Minneapolis, MN
    2010 Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts, “Changing Soil: Contemporary Landscape Painting,” Nagoya, Japan
            Danforth Museum, “Community of Artists,” Framingham, MA
            Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “Paintings and Work on Paper,” Boston, MA Concord Art Association, “The Unique Print,” Concord MA
    2008 Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “Now & Then,” Boston, MA
    2007 Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “Observing the Natural World,” Boston, MA
            Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA
    2006 DeCordova Museum, “Recent Print Acquisitions-The Workshop Portfolios,“ Lincoln, MA
            Regis College, “Drama of Scale,” Weston, MA
            Victoria Munroe Fine Art, “Presence,” Boston, MA
    2005 Davis Museum, “Extended Boundaries,” Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA.
            Fine Arts Work Center, “Mass Art MFA Program Faculty Exhibition,” Provincetown, MA
            Naga Gallery, “Whatever Meredyth Wants,” Boston, MA
    2004 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, “Recent Acquisitions,” Minneapolis, MN
            Jewett Art Center Gallery, Wellesley College, “Visiting Faculty Exhibition,” Wellesley, MA
    2003 Museum of Fine Arts, “Visions and Revisions: Art on Paper Since 1960,” Boston, MA
            Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Waltham, MA
            University Gallery, University of Wisconsin, “Two Years of Prints from High Point Center for Printmaking, La Crosse, WI
    2002 The Drawing Center, “25th Anniversary Benefit Selections Exhibition,” New York, NY
            Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Recent Acquisitions, Waltham, MA
            Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, “The Figurative Tradition,” Waltham, MA
    2001 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, “Contemporary Work on Paper: 1990-2000,” Minneapolis, MN
            Boston University, “Workshop Traditions: Printmaking in Boston since 1960,”Boston, MA
            Wiggin Gallery, Boston Public Library, “Proof in Print,” Boston, MA
            Virginia Lynch Gallery, “First of the Season,” Tiverton, RI
    2000 Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, “Visual Memoirs,” Waltham, MA
    1999 The Carnegie Gallery, “Connoisseurs,” Cincinnati, OH
            DNA Gallery, “Escape,” Provincetown, MA
            School of the Museum of Fine Arts, “Faculty Exhibition,” Boston, MA
            School of the Museum of Fine Arts, “A Special Tribute to Stephen D. Paine,” Boston, MA
            Bernard Toale Gallery, “Greatest Hits,” Boston, MA
    1998 Herter Gallery, University of Massachusetts Amherst, “1998 University of Massachusetts National Print Competition,” Amherst, MA
    1997 Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, “North American Print Exhibition,” Boston, MA
    1995 Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, “The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art,” Waltham, MA
            Minneapolis Institute of Arts, “Recent Acquisitions, Works on Paper,” Minneapolis, MN
            Virginia Lynch Gallery, “Group Show,” Tiverton, RI
    1994 Osaka Foundation of Culture, “Osaka Triennale 1994 - Print,” Osaka, Japan.
            School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Grossman Gallery, “Visiting Faculty Exhibition 1994,” Boston, MA
    1992 Frumkin Adams Gallery, “Large Scale Drawings,” New York, NY
    1990 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, “Academy-Institute Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” New York, NY
            Tampa Museum of Art, “At the Water’s Edge,” Tampa, FL. Traveled to Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, FL; Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Virginia Beach, VA;
            The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
            DeCordova and Dana Museum, “Explorations in Handmade Paper: A Selection of Work from Rugg Road,” Lincoln, MA
    1987 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, “Hassam Fund Purchase Exhibition 1987,” NY, NY
            National Academy of Design, “Realism Today: American Drawings from the Rita Rich Collection,” New York, NY
    1986 Museum of Fine Arts, “Boston Collects: Contemporary Painting and Sculpture,” Boston, MA
            Frumkin Gallery, “First Impressions, Recent Monotypes by 15 Artists,” New York, NY
            Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, “Selected 20th Century Paintings,” Waltham, MA
    1985 Museum of Fine Arts, “Recent Paintings and Sculpture, 1944-1984” Boston, MA
            Worcester Art Museum, “Gifts from the Sidney Rose Collection,” Worcester, MA
    1984 Colby College Museum of Art, “Call and Response: Art on Central America,” Waterville, ME
            Victoria Munroe Gallery, “A Sense of Place,” New York, NY
    1983 The Drawing Center, “Selections 21,” New York, NY
            Victoria Munroe Gallery, “Inaugural Exhibition,” New York, NY
            Danforth Museum, “Watercolor on a Grand Scale,” Framingham, MA
            Barbara Krakow Gallery, “Inaugural Exhibition,” Boston, MA
    1982 Museum of Fine Arts, “A Private Vision: Contemporary Art from the Graham Gund Collection,” Boston,
            Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Urban Visions,” Cambridge, MA
            Wellesley College Museum, Wellesley College, “Faculty Show,” Wellesley, MA
            Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, “The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art,”
    1980 Brooklyn Museum, “American Drawing in Black and White: 1970-1980,” Brooklyn, NY
            American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, “Hassam Fund Purchase Exhibition 1980,” NY, NY
            Phoenix Art Museum, “Visitors to Arizona 1846-1980,” Phoenix, AZ


    Aidekman Art Center, Tufts University, Medford, MA
    Art Complex Museum at Duxbury, Duxbury, MA
    Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
    Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
    Brown University, Providence, RI
    Colby College, Waterville, ME
    Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH
    Davis Museum, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
    Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
    Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
    Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
    Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
    Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, FL
    Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN
    Museum of Art and Archaeology—University of Missouri, Coumbia, MO
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
    New York Public Library, New York, NY
    Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
    Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
    Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
    Yale University Art Gallery


    2013 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowship
    2008 Massachusetts Cultural Council, Individual Artist Fellowship: Painting
    1988 New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist’s Fellowship, NY
    1987/80 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Hassam and Speicher Fund Purchase, NY
    1982/76 National Endowment for the Arts, Artist’s Fellowship, Washington, DC
    1979/75 The Artists Foundation, Artist’s Fellowship, MA


    2012-2013 Art Institute of Boston, Adjunct Faculty
    2003-2010 Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, Assistant Professor
    2006-2010 MassArt/Fine Arts Work Center Low Residency MFA program
    1999- Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA (Watercolor Workshop)
    1994-00 School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, Visiting Faculty
    1994-98 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Summer Session, Instructor
    1997 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Lecturer in Visual Arts


    Ballinger, James K., Visitors to Arizona 1846-1980, exhibition catalogue, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ 1980.
    Belz, Carl, The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art, exhibition catalogue, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 1995, pp. 24-25.
    Bergstein, Gerry, “Art Feature Joel Janowitz,” AGNI 53, Boston University, 2001, p. 197-200.
    Duffin, K. E., “Variation and Continuity: The Workshop Portfolios,” Contemporary Impressions, Spring 2000, Volume 8, #1, pp. 17-22.
    Dyment, James, “Master Printmaker: Robert Townsend,” Artscope, January/February 2011, p. 15.
    Enstice, Wayne and Melody Peters, Drawing: Space, Form, Expression, Prentice Hall, 1990, p. 83.
    Koenig, Phyllis, “Joel Janowitz at Barbara Krakow Gallery/Boston,” Art New England, July/August, 1987, p. 31.
    Koslow Miller, Francine, “Joel Janowitz’s Greenhouses,” (Cover Article) Art New England, June/July 2002, vol. 23, no. 4, p.18.
    Laferriere, Catherine, “Joel Janowitz: The Monotypes,” Artscope, August 2007, p. 20.
    Masters, Greg, “Joel Janowitz,” Arts Magazine, December 1984, p. 13.
    McQuaid, Cate, Building a Dream of Summer,” The Boston Globe, May 25, 2011.
    McQuaid, Cate, “Seeing life’s lushness through blurred lines,” The Boston Globe, November 11, 2005.
    McQuaid, Cate, “Greenhouse Theme is Fertile Ground for Artist’s Imagery,” The Boston Globe, March 8, 2002, p. E16. Mickenberg, David, “Joel Janowitz: Recent work 2000-20005,” Publication: Victoria Munroe Fine Art, 2005
    Morgan, Robert C., Arts Magazine, September 1988, p. 108.
    Morgan, Robert C., “Tactility and Contrast: The Italian Sojourn of Joel Janowitz,” Between Modernism and Conceptual Art, McFarland Press, 1997.
    Nesbett, Peter, “Three artists reinvigorate realist, abstract tradition,” South End News, November 26,1998, p. 12.
    Postel, Louis, “Rhythms of Life,” New England Home, January/February 2008, p. 110.
    Reed, Sue and Carol Troyen, Masterpieces of American Watercolor, (1994 engagement calendar), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1993, pp. 70-71.
    Temin, Christine, “Joel Janowitz,” Boston Globe, December 22, 1988, p. 73.
    Toale, Bernard, Basic Printmaking Techniques, Davis Publications, Inc., Worcester, MA, 1992, pp. 11, 22.