CURRICULUM VITAE

Grants and Awards

1999       Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for Painters and Sculptors

2000      Silas H. Rhodes Merit Scholarship, School of Visual Arts

2000      Paula Rhodes Memorial Scholarship, School of Visual Arts

 

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

Ruby Palmer, 2018, Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson NY

Subject to Change: a remote installation, 2017, Spokane Falls Community College, Spokane, WA

More Adventures with Structure and Light, 2015, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA

Project Space, 2014, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, NY

Paintings and Constructions: Megan Lipke and Ruby Palmer, 2011, Philmont Cultural Center, Philmont, NY

New Works, 2011, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA

Landlife, 2008, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA

Ruby Palmer, 2003, Gallery 3A, Brooklyn, NY

Ruby Palmer: New Work, 2002, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA

Ruby Palmer: Recent Works, 2001, Art Design Digression Gallery, Hudson, NY

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

True North, 2018, curated by Julie Torres, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY

NatureLAB, 2018, curated by Eric Wolf, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY

Matereality, 2018, curated by Sue and Phil Knoll, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Casheesh, 2017, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Taconic North, 2017, curated by Julie Torres, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY

Tabitha, 2016, Organized by Dawn Breeze, Instar Lodge, Germantown, NY

Campsite: Hudson Valley Artists 2016, curated by Corinna Ripps Schaming, Samuel Dorsky Museum fo Art, SUNY New Paltz, NY

Casheesh, 2015, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Interventions II, 2015, Organized by Isidro Blasco, Hudson, NY

Casheesh, 2014, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA

Soundings For Fathoms, 2013, Curated by Andrew Zarou, Parallel Art Space, Brooklyn, NY

Bestiary, 2010, Wassaic Project, Curated by Sally Morgan Lehman, Wassaic, NY

Invisible Duck Tape, curated by Eun Young Choi, 2009, Gallery Satori, New York, NY

Double Bubble, 2007, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA

Regeneration Room, February 2006, LMAK Projects, Brooklyn, NY

Site 92, 2006, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY

Emerging: Franklin Evans, Greg Murr, Ruby Palmer, 2004, Morgan Lehman Gallery, Lakeville, CT

Colored Pencil, 2004, KS Art, New York, NY

A Bestiary, 2003, curated by Josh Dorman, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY

A Group Show Four Artists, 2003, curated by Bradd Skubinna, Kolva-Sullivan Gallery, Spokane, WA

Art For Now, 2002, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, New York, NY

The Big Show, 2000, curated by Loren Madsen, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY

Selections from the MFA Dept., 2000, organized by Elga Wimmer, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY 

New York Area MFA Exhibition, 2000, co-sponsored by the College Art Association, Hunter College Times Square Gallery, New York, NY    

Group Trope, 1999, curated by David Row, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY

The Stroke, 1999, selected by Suzanne McClelland, Exit Art, New York, NY

Underexposed, 1998, Kendall Fine Art and Design, Hudson, NY

 

Education

2000 MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

1992  BA, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA

 

Artist Residency

1991, 1993 Vermont Studio Center, Johnston, VT

 

Books

Architectural Inventions (Visionary Drawings), by Matt Bua and Maximillian Goldfarb, 2012 Lawrence King Publishing. (Page 305)

 

Press

Lex*i*con interview: Remote Dreams of Creation, an interview with Ruby Palmer,  www.instarlodge.com, 2017 

www.rollmagazine.com/campsite-hudson-valley-artists-2016-at-the-dorsky/

"Painting By Numbers," Penelope Green, New York Times, Home Section, Feb 5, 2015

carlgunhouse.blogspot.com/2014/03/sounding-for-fathoms-parallel-art-space.html

http://smackmellon.org/index.php/press/2006_habertarts_com/

"Dave Eggers Top 10 List," Artforum Magazine, April 2000