SELECTED ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

SUNY at Oneonta , Fine Arts Gallery, Oneonta, NY 1998

Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL, 1997

Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY, 1995, 1993, 1991, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1985

Hokin Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL, 1992, 1990

Hokin Kaufman Gallery, Chicago, IL, 1988

Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI (& Visiting Artist), 1983

Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI, 1981

Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC (& Visiting Artist), 1980
Sponsored by a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI (& Visiting Artist), 1979
Sponsored by a grant from the Michigan Council for the Arts

Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 1976, 1972, 1969

Razor Gallery, New York, NY, 1977, 1975

Spectrum Gallery, New York, NY, 1973, 1971, 1969, 1968

Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI, 1972


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Westbeth Gallery,"RETROGARDE PRO-JECTS" New York, NY, 2014

New York Foundation for the Arts,"FLASH/POP" New York, NY, 2007

Sam & Adele Golden Foundation, "Celebration 10 Years", New Berlin, NY, 2007

Keene State College, "Illusionary Space & Other Encounters", Keene, NH, 2007

Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL, 2003

Bradley University, "Abstract Image Makers, Peoria, IL, 2001

Jaffe Baker Blau Gallery, Boca Raton, FL, 1995

Islip Art Museum,“Thick and Thin,” East Islip, NY, 1993

Louis K. Meisel Gallery, “20th Anniversary Exhibition,” New York, NY, 1988

69th Regiment Armory, “Art at the Armory,” New York, NY, 1988

New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, “Interplay, Painted Sculpture and Constructions,”
Invitational, Summit, NJ, 1985

Louis K. Meisel Gallery, “Abstract Painting,” New York, NY, 1985

Jayne Baum Gallery and Hudson Center Galleries, “The Razor Show,” NYC, 1985,
sponsored by the Organization of Independent Artists

Louis K. Meisel Gallery, “4 x 3,” New York, NY, 1984 (three-person show)

Ball State Art Gallery, “Contemporaries I,” Invitational, Muncie, IN, 1983, (three-person)

Neill Gallery, “Ten Abstract Artists,” New York, NY, 1980

Razor Gallery, New York, NY, 1979, 1978, 1977, 1975

Corcoran Gallery, “33rd Corcoran Biennial of Contemporary American Painting,”
Invitational, Washington, DC, 1973 (8 paintings)


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI

Brandeis University, Riverside Museum Collection, Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA

Kresge Art Museum, East Lansing, MI

Indiana University Museum of Fine Arts, Bloomington, IN

Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, KS

Best Products Company, Inc., Richmond, VA

City National Bank, Detroit, MI

Bob Cohen & Assoc., Los Angeles, CA

Greenfield Energy Corporation, Los Angeles, CA

Lipson, Alport, Glass & Assoc., Northbrook, IL


SELECTED GRANTS & AWARDS

NYFA Fellowship

Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Fellowship

Michigan Council for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant

Chautauqua Exhibition of American Art, Chautauqua, NY, Awarded First Prize

Detroit Institute of Arts, Fifty-eighth Exhibition for Michigan Artists, Awarded First Prize:
the Founders Purchase Prize and One-Man Show

Michigan State University, All-University Research Grant


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

The New York Times, Helen Harrison. “Beyond Showing Textural Extremes in Painting,”
p.30, Nov. 28, 1993 L.I. ed.

Kresge Art Museum Bulletin, Louise McCagg, “An Interview with Tony DeBlasi Regarding Broken Loose,”
Vol. VII, pp.87-91, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 1992

Color Consulting - A Survey of International Color Design, Harold Linton,
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, NY, p.149, ill. p.150, 1991

"Tony DeBlasi, Constructed Paintings", Catalog, Louis Meisel Gallery, May 1989

The New York Art Review, Les Krantz, American References, Inc., Chicago, IL, p.446, Ill. p.540, 1988

The New York Times, William Zimmer, “Summit: A Meeting of Pigment and Sculptural Material,”
Dec. 1, 1985, N.J. ed.

“Interplay, Painted Sculpture & Constructions,” Catalog, Mary D. Wickliffe, with reproduction,
Summit Art Center, Summit, NJ, 1985

The Detroit News, Joy Hakanson Colby, Review with reproduction, Michigan Artists 80/81 Exhibition,
Detroit Inst. of Arts, July 25, 1982

New Art Examiner, Penelope Friedman, Review, Midwest Edition, June, 1981

Arts Magazine, Robert Yoskowitz, Review, “Ten Abstract Painters,” March, 1981

Arts Magazine, Ellen Lubell, Review, February, 1978

Arts Magazine, Ellen Lubell, Review, January, 1976

"Thirty-third Corcoran Biennial Painting", Catalog, Gene Baro, with reproduction,
Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington D.C. 1973

Art News, “The National Scene: Washington,” Benjamin Forgey, April, 1973


EDUCATION

Indiana University, M.F.A., Studies with William Bailey, James McGarrel, Albert Elsen,
Rudy Pozzatti, Henry Hope,

University of Rhode Island, B.A., Studied with William Leete, Jo Cain

Art Students League of New York, no degree offered. Studied with Sidney Dickinson, Will Barnet,
Frank Mason