Exhibition Record

Gallery Representation

Solo Exhibitions

2018 “Unlikely Acrobats,” Bread and Cie, San Diego, CA

2017 “Apron Forest Art Festival,” Guest Curator snd Participant, The Santa Ysabel Gallery, Santa Ysabel, CA

2016 “Divinities: Artifacts of Worship,” The Santa Ysabel Gallery, Santa Ysabel, CA

2015 “Hearts,” The Next Door Gallery, San Diego, CA

2015 “Apron Forest Artifacts,” The Next Door Gallery, San Diego, CA

2014 “Storylines,” The Next Door Gallery, San Diego, CA

2013 “More Stories,” Santa Ysabel Gallery, Santa Ysabel, CA

2012 “Intelligent Design,” Santa Ysabel Gallery, Santa Ysabel, CA

2006 “A to Z IV,” The Folktree Collection, Pasadena, CA

2004“A to Z III,” The Folktree Collection, Pasadena, CA

2003 “Narrators,” The Next Door Gallery, San Diego, CA

2002 “A to Z II,” The Folktree Collection” Pasadena, CA

2000 “Johanna Hansen:“A to Z,” The Folktree Collection, Pasadena, CA

2001 “My Stories II,” The Next Door Gallery, San Diego, CA

1995 “My Stories,” The Nest Door Gallery,San Diego, CA

1985 “Recent Work,”” USIU, San Diego, CA

1985 “October,” Common Ground Gallery, Fullerton, CA

Duo Exhibitions

2004 “Hearkenings” (with Lynn Dewart) Santa Ysabel Gallery,

         SantaYsabel, CA

2000 “Entendres” (with Lynn Dewart) Bard Hall Gallery, San Diego, CA

Group Exhibitions & Museums

I have participated in well over 200 group exhibitions since 1977.  These include:

  • Dia de los Muertos Altar for the Folktree in Pasadena annually for the past 25 years,
  • Group exhibitions with the Allied Craftsmen of San Diego since 1984,
  • Several shows at Gallery Eight in La Jolla,
  • Sumner and Dene in San Diego and Alberquerque,
  • Obsidian in Tucson,
  • The Next Door Gallery in San Diego,
  • Oceanside Museum of Art,
  • Trios in Solana Beach,
  • Dia de Los Muertos Altars at Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA.

My work has sold in the museum stores of San Diego Museum of Art and the Mingei International Folk Art Museum. In addition, I have participated in many shows as a member of Allied Craftsmen of San Diego.