.william dunlap

William Dunlap has distinguished himself as an artist, arts commentator and educator, during a career that has spanned more than three decades. His paintings, sculpture and constructions are included in prestigious collections, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Lauren Rogers Museum, Mobil Corporation, Riggs Bank, IBM Corporation, Federal Express, The Equitable Collection, Rogers Ogden Collection, Arkansas Art Center, the United States State Department, and United States Embassies throughout the world.

Artist Resume
 

WILLIAM DUNLAP

 

EDUCATION

1969 MFA University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS

1967 BS Mississippi College, Clinton, MS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Since 1970 Working and exhibiting artist

Since 1988 Arts Commentator, WETA-TV, PBS, Washington, DC

1990-92 Coordinator, Museum Project, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

1990-91 Visual Arts Director & Curator, An Appalachian Summer, Boone, NC

1979-80 Professor of Art/Director of Special Projects, Memphis State University

1970-79 Professor of Art, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

1969-70 Assistant Professor of Art, Hinds Junior College, Raymond, MS

1967-69 Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Mississippi

FELLOWSHIPS and AWARDS

2011 VA Center for Creative Arts in Auvillar, France – Artist Residency

2009 American Academy in Rome, Visiting Artist in Residence,

2007 Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters, Visual Arts Award

1994 Lila Wallace International Arts Fellowship, Bangkok, Thailand

1992 Virginia Commission for the Arts, Special Project Grant

1991 MS Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts

1990 Honored with Willie Morris for HOMECOMINGS, by Senator Thad

Cochran, Senate Caucus Room, Washington, DC

1990 Virginia Commission for the Arts, Painting Award

1989 Emmy, "Around Town", WETA-TV, Washington, DC

1989 Helen Hayes/Washington Post Distinguished Community Service Award,

"Around Town"

1988 Rockefeller Foundation International Fellowship, Bellagio, Italy

1986 SECCA/RJR Southeastern Artists Fellowship

1985 Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters, Visual Arts Award

1976 Southeastern States Arts Agency, Southern-Rim Grant

1969 Danforth Award in the Visual Arts

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Eudora Welty Foundation National Board of Advisors

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Arts for the Aging

Meridian International Center

Mississippi Museum of Art

Pyramid Atlantic

Washington Project for the Arts

Wolftrap Performing Arts Center

SPECIAL PROJECTS

Ongoing Pigment prints with Adamson Editions, Washington, DC

Ongoing Dialogue, Monologue, Travelogue, Hollow Log (A performance)

Corcoran Gallery of Art; New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans

Museum of Art, other venues

2006 Sun Valley Writers Conference, Sun Valley, ID

1999 Sculpts the bust of Gore Vidal in Ravello, Italy. Writes "Bring me the

Head of Gore Vidal" published in Washingtonian Magazine.

1998-99 Co-curates Outward Bound: American Painting on the Brink

of the 21st Century with Nancy Matthews for Meridian International

Center, Washington, DC and venues in Southeast Asia

1996-97 Co-curates A Winding River: Contemporary Painting from

Vietnam, for Meridian International Center, Washington, DC

1984-94 Trillium Graphics workshop, San Francisco, CA

1989 Homecomings, collaboration with Willie Morris, Univ. Press of MS

1986-89 Winstone Press workshop, Mocksville, NC

1987 Landscape and Light, Polaroid Spectrum Project

1986 Peregrine Press workshop, Dallas, TX

Rembrandt Commemorative Print,

Rembrandt Society, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

1985 Panorama of the American Landscape, Corcoran Gallery of Art,

Washington, DC

1984-85 Adjunct Curator, "The Indelible Image: Photographs of War – 1846 to the

Present", with Frances Fralin, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

1983 Antecedent Series, 20×24" Polaroid Camera work, Cambridge, MA

Captain of Island #12, for Christo's Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay,

Miami, FL ("The Surrounding of Island #12", The Washington Post, May

15, 1983, with photo credits)

1982 Master Editions workshop, Denver, CO

1978 The Artist as Performer, conceived and organized.

Participants: John Alexander, Bill Murray, Dan Rizzi, Van Schley.

Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Collaboration with performance artist, Dana Atchley, Crested Butte, CO

1977 Director, The Appalachian House, ASU campus, Washington, DC

1976 Southern Rim Conference, conceived and organized.

Participants: Jane Livingston, Corcoran Gallery of Art; Marsha Tucker,

Whitney Museum of American Art; and 20 plus artists from the

Southeast. ASU, Boone, NC

1975 Search committee, Dean of the Graduate School, ASU, Boone, NC

Gallery Director, University Art Gallery, ASU, Boone, NC

Director, Artist/Lecture Series, ASU, Boone, NC

1974-79 Conceived, established & directed ASU-NY, extension campus in NYC

VISITING ARTIST, LECTURES AND PROFESSIONAL PANELS

2016 schedule Visiting Artist, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL

2004-2014 The Conference on the Book, University of Mississippi

2013 Visiting Artist Lecture, Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA

2012 Artist in Residence, Mississippi State University

The Antiquarian’s Annual Lecturer, Montgomery, AL

2011 Garden and Gun Secret Society: Southern Aesthetics, Blackberry Farm, TN

with Julia Reed and John Alexander

Artist in Residence – Printmaking Workshop, George Mason University’s

Navigation Press, Fairfax, VA

2010 Hanes Memorial Lecturer, University of NC, Chapel Hill, NC

2009 Visiting Artist in Residence, The American Academy in Rome

2002 The Holland Hall School, Tulsa, OK

The Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY

Real Art in a Virtual World, Florida Av. Theatre, Washington, DC

That's What I Like About the South, Emerson Gallery, McLean, VA

1995 Folk Art Today: Passionate Visions, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

1994 Culture and Society: A Global View, Canadian Embassy, Washington, DC

Silpakorn Fine Arts University, Bangkok, Thailand

1993 Public Perspectives on the Media, American Journalism Review,

University of Maryland

Commencement Address, The Corcoran School of Art

Censorship in the Arts, Millsaps College, Jackson, MS

The Business of Local Arts, Knight Center for Specialized Journalism,

University of Maryland

1992 The Art of Collecting: Strategies for the 90's, Corcoran Gallery of Art,

Washington, DC

Art and Censorship, Sherry French Gallery, NY, NY

1991 Scale and Content: Painting in the Late 20th Century

An Appalachian Summer Arts Festival, Boone, NC

1990 Arts in Mississippi, with Eudora Welty and Willie Morris, Jackson, MS

Art Criticism: Its Form and Function, The Arts Club of Washington,

Washington, DC

Religion and Art, Richard Love's "American Art Forum", (syndicated

television) Chicago, IL

1990 Manipulated Image: Manipulated Message, Society of Communicating

Artists, Charlotte, NC

1989 Confessions of a Southern Artist, Virginia Beach Arts Center

1988 Panorama of the American Landscape, etc., Philharmonic Art Museum,

Naples, FL

1987 Panorama of the American Landscape, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

1986 Barney House Lecture Series, The Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC

1985 The Artist and the Marketplace, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

1984 The Artist Today, Art Center Design College, Pasadena, CA

1983 Visual Language: The Southern Birthright, moderator, Birmingham

Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL

1982 SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

Sawtooth Center for the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC

Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, AL

Greenwood Arts Festival, Greenwood, MS

1981 University of Alabama in Birmingham, Birmingham, AL

1980 O.W. Pappy Kitchens: Folk Artist and Visionary, Southeastern College

Arts Conference, Birmingham, AL

1979 Recurring Regionalism: The Southern Rim, moderator

College Art Association of America Conference, Washington, DC

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

1978 Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC

University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL

Pennsylvania State University, College Station, PA

The Business of Art, organizer/moderator. Panelists: John Alexander, Ted

Potter, James McLendon.

Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

1977 Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC

Darlington Arts Festival, Darlington, SC

1976 George Washington University, Washington, DC

Davidson College, Davidson, NC

Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, MS

The University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS

Greenwood Arts Festival, Greenwood, MS

Averett College, Danville, VA

1975 Mississippi Arts Festival, Jackson, MS

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016 schedule Look at it – Think about it, Katzen Arts Center, American University,

Washington, DC

2015 schedule Pretty Big Drawings/Big Pretty Drawings, The Walter Anderson Museum,

Ocean Springs, MS

2014 Geography Matters, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State

University, Boone, NC

Recent Work, Greg Thompson Fine Art, Little Rock, AR

2012 Big Pretty Drawings/Pretty Big Drawings, Soren Christensen, New

Orleans, LA

Nunnery’s Gallery, Jackson, MS

Watershed, Little Gallery, Bohemian Club, San Francisco, CA

2011 Look At It: Think About It, Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS

2009 Storming the Rampart: Objects of Evidence, The Ogden Museum of

Southern Art and Confederate Memorial Hall Museum, NO, LA

2008 Look At It: Think About It, Louisiana Exhibition Museum, Shreveport

2007 Panorama of the American Landscape, Ogden Mus., New Orleans, LA

Inaugural Exhibition, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

Recent Work, Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

Recent Work, Highlands Gallery, Jackson, MS

2006 What Dogs Dream, The Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA

2005 Recent Work, Norton Gallery and Sculpture Gardens, W.Palm Beach, FL

2004 Recent Work, Soren Christensen Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Panorama of the American Landscape, Gibbes Mus. , Charleston, SC

Recent Work, Univ. of Mississippi Gallery, University, MS

2002 Miro, Miro on the Wall, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

American Light and Landscape, Holland Hall, Tulsa, OK

2001 Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

Marsha Ralls Collection, Washington, DC

2000 The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA

ERL Gallery, Winston-Salem, NC

Bryant Gallery, Jackson, MS

1999 Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

1998 The Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA

Hodges/Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC

Addison Ripley Gallery, Washington, DC

Susan Conway Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

Anderson Gallery, VA Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

1997 Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, LA

1996 Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art

Naples Philharmonic Gallery, Naples, FL

Addison Ripley Gallery, Washington, DC

Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

Misia Brodhead Gallery, Middleburg, VA

1995 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

1994 Hodges-Taylor Art Gallery, Charlotte, NC

Troyer Fitzpatrick Lassman Gallery, Washington, DC

Kurts Bingham Gallery, Memphis, TN

1993 Mississippi Museum of Art; Jackson, Tupelo, Biloxi

Sherry French Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

Vaughn Goodman Gallery, Jackson, MS

Taylor Contemporanea, Hot Springs, AK

Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

1992 Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA

Marita Gilliam Gallery, Raleigh, NC

The Naples Gallery of Art, Naples, FL

1991 The Aspen Museum of Art, Aspen, CO

Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

1990 Neville-Sargent Gallery, Chicago, IL

The Marlborough Galleries, Boston, MA

Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

Bryant Galleries, Birmingham, AL

1990 Jones Troyer Fitzpatrick Gallery, Washington, DC

The Art Gallery, Center for Financial Studies at

Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT

General Electric World Headquarters, Stamford, CT

1989 Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC

Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

The Marlborough Galleries, Boston, MA

Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Memphis State University, Memphis, TN

Fielding L. Wright Art Center, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS

1988 Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

Maitland Art Center, Maitland, FL

The Marlborough Galleries, Boston, MA

Somerhill Gallery, Durham, NC

Cheekwood Fine Arts Center, Nashville, TN

Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

1987 National Academy of Science, Washington, DC

Neuhaus Gallery, Washington, DC

Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

Hattiesburg Civic Arts Council, Hattiesburg, MS

1986 Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS

Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC

1985 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Meredith Long & Co., Houston, TX

Robert Brown Gallery, Washington, DC

Quadrum Gallery, Chestnut Hill, MA

1983 Gallery 4, Alexandria, VA

Quadrum Gallery, Chestnut Hill, MA

1982 Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, NC

Quadrum Gallery, Chestnut Hill, MA

Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

1981 Angus Whyte Gallery, Washington, DC

Quadrum Gallery, Boston, MA

1980 Heath Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Quadrum Gallery, Boston, MA

1979 Sycamore Gallery, Memphis, TN

Quadrum Gallery, Boston, MA

Adams-Davidson Gallery, Washington, DC

1978 Coffey Gallery, Boone, NC

Quadrum Gallery, Boston, MA

Adams-Davidson Gallery, Washington, DC

Gulf States AIA Convention, Gulfport, MS

1977 Adams-Davidson Gallery, Washington, DC

Lauren Rodgers Museum, Laurel, MS

Quadrum Gallery, Boston, MA

Sherry Friend Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

Main Street, Houston, TX

1976 Quadrum Gallery, Marblehead, MA

Stone Gallery, Davidson, NC

Adams-Davidson Gallery, Washington, DC

1975 Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC

Sycamore Gallery, Memphis, TN

New Morning Gallery, Asheville, NC

Adams-Davidson Gallery, Washington, DC

1974 Italiander Gallery, NYC, NY

Adams-Davidson Gallery, Washington, DC

Gallery 2+2, New Orleans, LA

Roanoke Fine Arts Center, Roanoke, VA

Lamar Advertising, Jackson, MS

1973 Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC

Wright Art Center, Delta State Univ., Cleveland, MS

New Morning Gallery, Asheville, NC

Regional Gallery of Art, Boone, NC

1972 Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

Averett College, Danville, VA

Mississippi Art Association Gallery, Jackson, MS

Regional Gallery of Art, Boone, NC

1971 Mississippi Art Association Gallery, Jackson, MS

Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

1969 Studio One, Jackson, MS

Bryant Galleries, Jackson, MS

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014 Washington Art Matters II: 1940’s-1980’s, Katzen Arts Center, American

University, Washington, DC

Somewhere in the South, Rebekah Jacob Gallery, Charleston, SC

Soren Christensen Gallery, New Orleans, MS

2012 burlap, Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

2011 Ten Years After 9/11, Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC

3 Artists/1 Family, Gum Tree Museum of Art, Tupelo, MS

Best of the South, Greg Thompson Fine Art, Little Rock, AR

Dunlap/Burgess/Dunlap, Art Under a Hot Tin Roof, Memphis, TN

2010 Dunlap/Burgess/Dunlap, The Art Cellar, Banner Elk, NC

3 Artists/1 Family, Gallery Point Leflore, Greenwood, MS

3 Artists/1 Family, Roaring Gap Club, Roaring Gap, NC

2009 Dunlap/Burgess/Dunlap, Odgen Museum Gallery, Watercolor, FL

Dunlap/Burgess/Dunlap, The Art Cellar, Banner Elk, NC

Dunlap/Burgess/Dunlap, Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

2008 Dunlap/Burgess/Dunlap, Soren Christensen Gallery, New Orleans

Family Matters, Highlands Gallery/Fondren Foundation, Jackson, MS

2007 Landscape of Slavery, Gibbes Mus., Charleston, SC; Univ. of VA

Family Matters: The Dunlaps, Highlands Gallery, Jackson, MS

2005 Common Ground, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

2004 Contemporary Painting, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA

2002 Gallerie Simone Stern, New Orleans, LA

The Fantastic Four, Catherine Smith Gallery, Boone, NC

Uncommon Ground, Stifel Fine Arts Center, Wheeling, WV

True Colors: Meditations on the American Spirit, Meridian International,

Washington, DC; The Arts Club, NYC; international venues

2001 "New Orleans Museum of Art Triennial," New Orleans, LA

"William Dunlap & David Rae Morris," Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

1999 Outward Bound: American Painting on the Brink of the 21st Century

Meridian International Center, Washington, DC; Southeast Asia

1998 Sacred Sites, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA

Survey of the American Landscape, Blue Spiral Gallery, Asheville, NC

1997 Black and White, Susan Byrne Gallery, Middleburg, VA

Addison Ripley Gallery, Washington, DC

Washington Design Center, Washington, DC

1995 G.W., B.M.O.C.: Images of George Washington, Past and Present,

The Dimock Gallery, Washington, DC

Southside Gallery, Oxford, MS

1994 El Espiritu de la Tierra: Permanent Collection from the U.S. Chancellory,

La Paz, Bolivia, Lee Kimche & Associates, Washington, DC

Vividly Told, The Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA

1993 The Maine Show, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

Legend, Emerson Gallery, McLean, VA

Flowers in February, Sherry French Gallery, NYC

1992 The New Whitney Dissenters, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA

Southern Genre, Kurts Bingham Gallery, Memphis, TN

The Southern Way, Vaughn Goodman Gallery, Jackson, MS

1991 Sherry French Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

Expedition: Estes Park, Sherry French Gallery, NYC

Re-collecting the Remembered Landscape, Jones Troyer Fitzpatrick

Gallery, Washington, DC

Scale and Content, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

The Eternal Landscape, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

The Eternal Male, Sherry French Gallery, NYC

A Mississippi Mixture, The Greenville Arts Council, Greenville, MS

To Grant or Not to Grant, Sherry French Gallery, NYC; Knoxville

Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN

1990 A Meeting Place: Imagery & Abstraction in Contemporary Art,

Roanoke Museum of Art, Roanoke, VA

Waiting for Cadmium, Sherry French Gallery, NYC

Chicago International Art Exposition, Chicago, IL

Virginia Commission for the Arts Award Winners, Peninsula Art Center,

Newport News, VA

Available for Commission, Sherry French Gallery, NYC

1989-90 Love and Charity: Contemporary Tradition of Caritas

Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY; Dowd Fine Arts Gallery,

SUNY at Cortland, NY; Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ; Roland

Gibson Gallery, SUNY at Potsdam, NY; Roanoke Museum, VA

Religion: The Spiritual in Art, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY

1989-90 Trains and Planes: The Influence of Locomotion, Sherry French Gallery,

NYC; National Academy of Science, Washington, DC; Roberson for

the Arts, Binghamton, NY; Evansville Mus., Evansville, IN; The

Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ

1989 Made in America, Virginia Beach Center for the Arts

Landscapes: Rural and Urban, Neville-Sargent Gallery, Chicago, IL

Landscape: Travelogue Painted from Memory, Imagination, or Reality,

Ruth Siegel Gallery, NY, NY

Contemporary Environments (curated by the Art Advisory Service,

Museum of Modern Art, NY, NY) General Electric, Fairfield, CT;

Pfizer Co., NY, NY

From the Potomac to the Anacostia, Washington Project for the Arts,

Washington, DC

Landscape is Real Estate, Robert Brown Gallery, Washington, DC

By Land Or By Sea, Island Gallery, Vero Beach, FL

Landscape: Three Perspectives, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD

L. A. International Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA

Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

Somerville Manning Gallery, Greenville, DE

Philadelphia Museum of Art Sales/Rental Gallery, PA

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Morgan Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Cudahy's Gallery, Richmond, VA

Chicago International Art Exposition, Chicago, IL

New York Women's Foundation Benefit Auction, NYC

1988-90 Looking South: A Different Dixie (Ruth Appelhof, cur.) Birmingham

Museum of Art, AL; Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN;

Sheldon Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, IN; St. Petersburg

Museum of Fine Arts, FL; The Columbus Museum, GA; Contemporary

Art Center, New Orleans, LA

1988 Landscape Transformed, Dimock Gallery, George Washington

University, Washington, DC

Coming Home, Hinds Community College, Raymond, MS

1988 Changing Selections: Prints from the Winstone Press, North Carolina

Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

The Boys of Mississippi, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS

Charged! Places and Things, Sherry French Gallery, NYC; Wichita

Museum of Art, KS

Chicago International Art Exposition, Chicago, IL

Prints: Washington, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

Focus on Art: 1988, NCJW of Essex County, NJ

Collector's Show, Arkansas Art Cntr., Little Rock, AR

Landscape Show, Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, TN

1987- Works on Loan: Art in Embassies Program, U.S. Mission, West Berlin,

Germany; U.S. Embassy, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei; Roumania; Port

Louis, Maritius.

1987 Eighth Annual Art Auction: WPA, The Duke Ellington School,

Washington, DC

10 Years of Southeast Seven, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC; Cheekwood

Museum and Fine Arts Center, Nashville, TN

Elvis, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

Oxford Influence, Univ. of Mississippi, Oxford, MS

1986-88 Masterworks On Paper from the Corcoran Collection, Corcoran Gallery

of Art, Washington, DC; Burling Library, Grinnell, Iowa;

Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH; Midland Art Council,

Midland, MI

1986 American Landscape Painting, Meredith Long & Co., Houston, TX

1985 W. C. Bradley Collection Exhibition, Columbus, GA

Blount Invitational, Montgomery, AL

Reveries and Mississippi Memories, Lauren Rogers Museum of Art,

Laurel, MS

1984 Contemporary Art Acquisitions: 1980-1983, Equitable Gallery, NYC

In and Around Washington, Times Journal Building, Springfield, MA

Drawing Invitational, Somerhill Gallery, Durham, NC

Art Attack, The Olshonsky Gallery, Washington, DC

1983 American Landscape: Current Visions, Bolen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

"Contemporary American Art", National Academy of Design, NY, NY

1982 "New Acquistions", Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

1981-82 More than Land or Sky: The Art of Appalachia, The National Museum of

American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; SECCA,

Winston-Salem, NC; Birmingham Museum of Art, AL

1981 Contemporary American Art, National Academy of Design, NY, NY

1979 Art Patron Art, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

Southern Graphics Invitational-1979: Drawings, Mint Museum of Art,

Charlotte, NC (regional tour)

Southern Realism, MS Mus. of Art, Jackson, MS

1978 After Inages: Art about Art,North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

Realist Invitational, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

North Carolina Invitational, Salisbury, NC

1977 Darlington Arts Festival, Darlington, SC

1976 Bicentennial Invitational Exhibition, Dimock Gallery, George Washington

University, Washington, DC

Survey of Realist Paintings, New Morning Gallery, Asheville, NC

1975 Southeastern Printmakers, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC

1974 "0th Semi-Annual SE Juried Exhibition, SECCA, Winston-Salem, NC

Realism in North Carolina, Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC

1973 Contemporary American Genre Show, Adams-Davidson Gallery,

Washington, DC

Realist Invitational Exhibition, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Winston-

Edwards, Dennis and Dunlap – Distinguished Alumni, University of

Mississippi, Oxford, MS

Juried Exhibition, Hickory Museum, Hickory, NC

1972 Art on Paper: Dillard Paper Company, Weatherspoon Gallery,

Greensboro, NC

National Painting Exhibition, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Winston-

Salem, NC

1971 North Carolina Artists Exhibition, Raleigh Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

Roanoke Arts Festival, Roanoke, VA (First Award)

Eighth Annual Piedmont Graphics Exhibition, Raleigh, NC

American Drawing Biennial XXIII, Norfolk Museum of Art, VA

1970 Juried Artists Exhibition, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

1st Annual Print & Drawing Show, Georgia State University, Atlanta,

National Drawing Exhibition, Winston-Salem, NC

Mississippi Arts Festival (Best in Show), Jackson, MS

Virginia Beach Arts Festival, (First Drawing Award), Virginia Beach, VA

Images on Paper, Mississippi Art Assoc., Jackson, MS

American Drawing Biennial XXII, Norfolk Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA

1969 "Mississippi Collection – Mississippi Art Association, Mississippi Arts

Festival, Jackson, MS

Fifth Dulin National Print and Drawing Competition, Dulin Gallery of

Art, Knoxville, TN

Winterpark Arts Festival, (Painting, Graphics and Sculpture Awards),

Winterpark, FL

11th Annual Exhibition of Prints and Drawings, Oklahoma Arts Center,

Oklahoma City, OK

Ocala Art Exhibition" (Best in Show – Print Award), Ocala, FL

1968 Second Annual Prints, Drawings and Crafts Exhibition, The Arkansas

Arts Center, Little Rock, AR

Ocala Art Exhibition, (First Award in Watercolor, Merit Award in Mixed

Media) Ocala, FL

Mississippi Arts Association Traveling Exhibition, Manchester Inst. of

Arts & Sciences, Manchester, NH

National Watercolor Show, (Deposit Guaranty National Bank Purchase

Award) Mississippi Arts Festival, Jackson, MS

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May 21, 1989.

Kotz, Mary Lynn. "William Dunlap's Northern Offensive", Museum & Arts, Washington,

March/April 1989, pp. 68-73, 96-98. color reproductions

Lucas, Sherry. "Essays and art", The Clarion-Ledger, November 16, 1989, pp. D1-2.

Meyer, Jon. "William Dunlap at Sherry French", ARTNews, February 1989, p. 149.

Morris, Willie. HOMECOMINGS, with the art of William Dunlap. University Press of Miss.

Oxford, MS 1989.

Rochelle, Robert. "Delta State Honors William Dunlap", The Delta Statement, Thursday,

March 2, 1989, p. 1.

Staff. "Doers Profile – William Dunlap", The Washington Times, November 1989.

Staff. "Native artist exhibits at DSU", The BC, Lifstyles, Cleveland, MS, February 1989.

Staff. "Massive 14-panel cyclorama by Bill Dunlap on exhibit", The Clarksdale Press

Register, February 7, 1989, p. 3.

Staff. "Up Against The Wall", Asheville Citizen-Times, May 28, 1989.

Welzenbach, Michael. "Landscapes at Robert Brown", The Washington Post, Saturday, May

20, 1989, p. C2.

Baronoff, Susan Marya. "Culture Klatch", Dossier, June 1988.

Baronoff, Susan Marya. "State of the Arts, The Fine Print", Dossier, Sept.1988, p. 24-25.

Heller, Faith. "Ten years of 'Southeast Seven' An abundance of Individual Visions", The Arts

Journal, January 1988.

Horton, Charles. "About the Arts", The Chapel Hill Newspaper, May 15, 1988.

Lieberman, Laura C. "'Looking South: A Different Dixie' Is But Successful", The Atlanta J

Journal – The Atlanta Constitution, November 24, 1988.

Marin, Ray. "Southern Look", Impressions, November 1988.

Nelson, James R. "In 'Looking South' exhibit size is impressive factor", The Birmingham

News, Nov. 6, 1988.

Porcelli, Karina. "The Artists are Coming, The Artists are Coming", Washington Post

Magazine, January 10, 1988.

Staff. "Landscape Artist Dunlap to Give Lecture at Depot", Naples Daily News, March 1,

1988.

Staff. "William Dunlap, Recent Works", Durham Morning Herald May 15, 1988.

Staff. "What's on…, Maitland show has shades of the season", The Orland Sentinel, October

29, 1988, p. E2.

Staff. "Mississippi Trivia", The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, MS, p. B1.

Webb, Leslie. "A Glimpse at People, Politics and Parties", The Washington Times, March 4,

1988.

Aiken, Edward. "Mississippi: An Illustrated History", University Press of Mississippi, 1987.

Audibert, Phil. "Local Artist Gets it Just Right", Orange County Review, April 30, 1987,

Orange, VA.

Bumgardner, Ed. "Portrayals of Elvis", Winston-Salem Journal, August 1987.

Carr, Genie. "His Massive Panorama Depicts Real Places That Don't Exist", Clarion-

Ledger/Jackson Daily News, April 1, 1987.

Carr, Genie. "Southern Artistry", Winston-Salem Journal, May 1, 1987.

Chadwick, Susan. "Critic's Choice", The Houston Post, May 16, 1987.

Heller, Faith. "Powerful, Personal Art at SECCA Shows Influence of Past", Winston-Salem

Journal, Apr. 5, 1987.

Hieronymus, Clara. "Mississippi Artist Touches Brush With His Heritage", The Sunday

Tennessean, Sept. 13, 1987.

Hopper, Kathryn. "Elvis! The King's shaking up art world", The Ledger, Winston-Salem,

NC, August, 1987.

Kotz, Mary Lynn. "Man About Town: Bill Dunlap Makes His Move", Museum & Arts,

Washington, March/April 1987.

Luter, Nell. "Dunlap's touches set landscapes apart", Clarion-Ledger/Jackson Daily News,

April 1, 1987.

McIntyre, Mike. "The Phillips Fan Club", The Washington Post, May 16, 1987.

Meyer, Jon. "Southeast Seven 10", essay from catalogue, Southeastern Center for

Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC, Library of Congress #87-63093, 1987.

Richard, Paul. "Galleries: Work by William Dunlap", The Washington Post, May 9, 1987.

Staff. "William Dunlap Exhibit Continues", Footnotes*, Arts in the Academy, vol. XV no. 3,

April 1987

Staff. "Informal slide lecture scheduled", Tennessean, August 30, 1987.

Tucker, Vicki. "Is Elvis Presley Avant-Garde? Suspicious Minds Wonder", High Point

Enterprise, August 9, 1987.

Catalogue. "reveries & mississippi memories", Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, MS,

1986.

Livingston, Jane. "William Dunlap", essay for William Dunlap: Places and Things, Meredith

Long & Co., Houston, TX, October 1986.

Luter, Nell. "Bill Dunlap Etching Finds A Home With Rembrandt Group", Clarion-

Ledger/Jackson Daily News, July 20, 1986.

Myers, Leslie R. "Mississippi Artist to Share Self", Southern Style, April 1986.

Rockett, K. "Rembrandt Society Members Honored", The North Side Sun, August 28, 1986.

Catalogue. "The W. C. Bradley Co. Centennial Art Collection 1985", Library of Congress

#85-71547, W.C. Bradley Co., Columbus, GA, 1985.

Clarity, James F. and Weaver, Warren, Jr.. "Under the Corcoran Dome", The New York

Times, April 26, 1985.

Crimm, Margaret C. "William Ralph Dunlap", The History of Webster County, Mississippi,

Curtis Media Corp. and Webster County History Assoc., 1985.

Jaeger, Albers. "William Dunlap: The Painter's Landscape", 30 minute video documentary,

Yellow Cat Productions, premiered Public Broadcasting Network, 1985.

Kessler, Pamela. "Well-Rounded William Dunlap", The Washington Post, April 26, 1985.

Kotz, Mary Lynn. William Dunlap, Corcoran Gallery of Art", ARTNews, vol. 84, no. 7,

September, 1985.

Livingston, Jane. "William Dunlap: The Corcoran Panorama", essay for exhibition, Corcoran

Gallery of Art, 1985.

Luter, Nell. "Dunlap's work lets people move through an invented nation", Clarion-

Ledger/Jackson Daily News, November 10, 1985.

McCoy, Mary. "William Dunlap: Corcoran Gallery of Art", The New Art Examiner, Summer

1985.

Richard, Paul. "William Dunlap", The Washington Post, June 13, 1985.

Welzenbach, Michael. "Bucolic Battlefields", The Washington Post, April 21, 1985.

Catalogue. "Contemporary Art, Acquisitions: 1980-1983", Library of Congress #84-080953,

The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, 1984.

Leonard, E.. Painting the Landscape, Watson/Guptil, 1984.

Dunlap, William. "The Surrounding of Island #12", The Washington Post, May 15, 1983.

Howell, Camille. "Dunlap's Works Speak to the South", Charlotte Observer, May 15, 1983.

Kotz, Mary Lynn. "The Southern Muse", ARTNews, Feb. 1983.

Richard, Paul. "Summoning Spirits from the Land: William Dunlap at Gallery 4", The

Washington Post, Mar. 5, 1983.

Howell, Camille. "Appalachia Reflected in Art", The Charlotte Observer, July 25, 1982.

Staff. "Cottonlandia to award prize", The Greenwood Commonwealth, April 18, 1982.

Burton, Marda Kaiser. "William Dunlap: Man on the Move", American Artist, October 1981.

Catalogue. "The Bernhardt Collection", Bernhardt Furniture Industries, Lenoir, NC, 1981.

Franklin, Ben A. "Museum Exhibits Appalachian Art", New York Times, November 1, 1981.

Hertzog, Joan. "Art of Mississippi shows off folks from home", The Capital Reporter, June

18, 1981.

Nosanow, Barbara Shissler. "More the Land or Sky: Art from Appalachia", National

Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC, 1981.

Richard, Paul. "Stripes and More Stripes", The Washington Post, May 2, 1981.

Catalogue. "Art Patron Art", Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem,

NC, 1979.

Catalogue. "Southern Realism", essays by John B. Henry III, Tom Dewey and Michael E.

Kampen, Mississippi Museum of Art, 1979.

Davignon, Arsene. "Dunlap Show: An embarrassment of riches", The Boston Herald-

American, May 28, 1979.

Donahue, Michael. "Southern Artist are 'Staying Home'", Memphis Press-Scimitar,

November 15, 1979.

Pendergraft, Norma. "Review and Reproduction – Art Patron Art", Art Voices South, March,

1979.

Chapin, Catherine. "Bank Shows High Interest in Local Art", The Charlotte Observer,

August 16, 1978.

Forgey, Ben. "Review of Interstate Exhibit", The Washington Post, April 24, 1978.

Hodges, Dorothy D. and Inman, Theo. "16 Featured Artists", Contemporary Art/Southeast,

vol. 11, no. 1, 1978.

Richard, Paul. "Review of Adams-Davidson Exhibit", The Washington Post, April 24, 1978.

Krebs, Patricia. "Artist for Hire – the 70's Became the Age of Commission", The Charlotte

Observer, March 6, 1977.

Northrop, Guy. "Bill Dunlap and the Mississippi Connection", The Commercial Appeal,

February 6, 1977.

Ayres, B. Drummond. "Cultural Activities in South Grow with its Economy", The New York

Times, November 1, 1976.

Cover. Esquire Magazine, vol. 85, no. 2, whole no. 507, February 1976.

Krebs, Patricia. "Dunlap: An Inspired Eclectic", The Charlotte Observer, November 29,

1976.

Richard, Paul. "Review of Adams-Davidson Exhibition", The Washington Post, May 3,

1976.

Staff. "Personalities – Dunlap and Dickey", The Washington Post, February, 1976.

Forgey, Ben. "Each Pop Artist His Own Man", Washington Star, May 9, 1975.

Forgey, Ben. "Review of Art", ARTNews, Summer 1975.

McLendon, James. "ASU Art Students Have NY 'Campus'", Winston-Salem Journal,

September 7, 1975.

Coleman, J. P.. Choctaw County Chronicles: A History of Choctaw County, Mississippi

1830-1973, Ackerman, MS, 1973, illustration p. 284.

Dollarhide, Louis. "Keeping Up with Bills' – Anderson and Dunlap", Jackson Daily News,

December 30, 1973.

Van Kleeck, Richard. "Dunlap's An Example of 'Brandywine Tradition'", Asheville Citizen

Times, August 12, 1973.

Staff. "One-Man Show by Bill Dunlap Opens Season at Municipal Art Gallery", The

Clarion-Ledger/Jackson Daily News, September 5, 1971.

Staff. "Words and Images by Knecht and Dunlap", Verve, vol. 3, Spring, 1971.

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