Selected One-Person Exhibitions
2019 Time and Tide: Paintings by Frank Lind,
the Kingsborough Art Museum, KBCC, CUNY,
   curated by Brian Hack, April 17 - May 15, 2019
2015  Homage to the Masters, The President’s Gallery, Pratt Institute
2014  The Sea Level Series, Opus Projects,
   Chelsea, NYC
2012   The Good Life, Galerie 240, Ottawa, Canada
2010 Oils and Water Gallery 210, Brooklyn, NY
2010 Paintings  Henry Gregg Gallery, DUMBO, NYC

2007 Montauk, Noel Fine Arts, Bronxville, NY
2006 1 +1= 1: Paintings by Frank Lind,
   Digital Collages by Jeanne Wilkinson

   Crecloo Art Gallery, New York, NY
   (two-person exhibition)
2006 Frank Lind: Recent Paintings
   Tacoma Community College, Tacoma, Washington
2005 Frank Lind: At Sea
   Tenri Cultural Center, New York, New York
2000 A Sea Change
   Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College,
   Allentown, PA
1995 Frank Lind: Recent Work
   Georgetown University Art Gallery, Walsh Building, Washington D.C.
1995 Frank Lind: Recent Paintings
   Boyd Art Gallery, Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio
1990 Frank Lind: Recent Work
   Sarah Doyle Gallery, Brown University, Providence, R.I.
1986 Frank Lind
   Georgetown University Art Gallery, Washington D.C.
1983 Pastoral Takeoffs
   Bernal Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

Group Exhibitions

2023 Art Walk, Tenney-Lapham, Madison, WI (2021-2023)

2022 Old Town Arts and Crafts Guild, Cutchogue, Long Island, "Larus" won second prize.
2021 "Varieties of Figurative Experience"curated by critic Donald Kuspit, with catalog.
   Georges Berges Gallery,562 W. Broadway, NYC, November
2021 "Access Art" Brooklyn Arts Council, May
2018 "Small Works" Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, Feb. - March

2018  "Luxurious Growth" curated by Robert Curcio and Priska Juschka, Lichtundfire Gallery,    

   Lower East Side, NYC, August 8-31

2016  Art Fair Weekend, curated by Aubrey Roemer, Camp Soul Grow Studio,  
   Montauk, NY, September, 2016
2016 “What’s in a Landscape?”
   Curated by Susan Luss, Pratt Alumni Exhibition, September, 2016
2014  Pratt Institute Alumni Exhibition,
   Pratt Institute  Fine Arts Faculty Show
2014  'Something Blue’ Artspace, New Haven, CT.
   April, 2014
2012 'Moving Stories'  St. Joseph's College, NYC
2011 'Oink'  Gallery 210, Brooklyn, NY, April/May
2009 ‘ReIGNITE’ Alumni Show.
   Pratt Insitute Steuben Gallery, September, 2009
2009 Annual Faculty Exhibition (annually from 1978 to present)
   Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
2008 The Christmas Show
   Noel Fine Art, December, 2007 – January 2008
2007 The New Hudson River School
   Riverstone Arts, November 10 – December 30, 2007, Haverstraw, New York
2006 Mermaids, Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
2005 The Painted Gift 2005, (annually from 1996)
   Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Paintings, Hubert Gallery, NYC
2003 Art History’s Heroes: The Masters of Contemporary Realism
Martin Art Gallery, Allentown, PA Summer, 2003
   Curated by Dr. Lori Verderame, other artists include David Graeme Baker,
   Bo Bartlett, Valerie Demianchuk, Vincent Desiderio, Andrew Lenaghan,
   Jos. A Smith, Chris Wright, with catalog.
2003 Treasures of the Greater Lehigh Valley,
   Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA, 6/15 – 11/9
2000 From Realism to Non-Objectivity: Contemporary Art from New York
   to Philadelphia, Furlong Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Stout, Nov. 2000.
1999 Works from the Permanent Collection
   Muhlenberg Coll., Allentown, PA
1999 All Things Great and Small: Art Inspired by Nature,
   Masterpiece Galleries, New Hope, Pennsylvania.
1999 Local Color
   Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA
1998 Doors, Art/Network & the Studio Museum of Staten Island, NYC
1996 The Boat: Object and Metaphor
   Pratt Manhattan Gal., Puck Bldg. NYC
1996 The Painted Gift (annually through 2005)
   Hubert Gallery, NYC
1995 The American Pastime in Paint: Baseball on Canvas,
   curated by Douglas Hilson, Hofstra Museum, Hempstead, New York
1995 Beach Reveries
   Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute
1995 December Exhibition
   Hubert Gallery, NYC
1995 Painting the Hudson
   Arts Alliance, Haverstraw, NY, curated by William Hochhausen
1994 December Exhibition
   Hubert Gallery, NYC
1992 Landscape Exhibition
   J.P. Clare, NYC, curated by Ellen Price
1989 A Painter’s Brooklyn
   Puck Gallery, NYC, curated by Frank Lind
1985 Figure: Allegory and Symbol
   curated by Jackie Battenfield, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1984 Aspects of American Contemporary Realism
   Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, N.C.
1982 Group Exhibition
   Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1981 Religion into Art
   traveling exhibition, NYC, etc.
1978 Representational Painters
   Pratt Institute
1975 Group Exhibition
   Middagh Street Association, Brooklyn Heights, NY
1974 U.S. Information Agency, Print Exhibition,
   traveling to U.S. Embassies in numerous countries, two editions included.
1973 Print Exhibition
   Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY

Catalogues and Other Publications

“The Perennial Figure” by Donald Kuspit, catalog essay written for the exhibition at

   Georges Berges Gallery, 2021, “Varieties of Figurative Experience.”

“Mortality: A Survey of Contemporary Death Art,” by Donald Kuspit, Curator,

   catalog essay written for a 2020 exhibition planned for the American University Museum

   at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington DC, exhib. cancelled because of Covid.

“Time and Tide: Paintings by Frank Lind,” Kingsborough Art Museum, 2019,

   essay written by Brian E. Hack, Ph.D., Director

“1+1=1: Frank Lind and Jeanne Wilkinson at Crecloo Art Gallery in New York”

   by Christopher Chambers, dART International, Volume 10, number 1, Spring 2007, p. 25.

   Illustration of “What Rough Beast”

“1 + 1 = 1” Catalog for exhibition at Crecloo Art Gallery, New York, NY

   with essay by Kay Kenny.

“Frank Lind: At Sea”

   Catalog for exhibition at Tenri Institute, New York, NY

   with essays by Thalia Vracopoulos and Jeanne Wilkinson

“Artists make heroic effort contemporary realism,” review by Geoff Gehman,

   The Morning Call, Allentown, PA, June 26, 2003.

“Art History’s Heroes: The Masters of Contemporary Realism,”

   Catalog for exhibition curated by Dr. Lori Verderame,

“Homage to Sargent: In the Luxembourg Gardens, 2002-3,

   “The Gift,” 1999-00, 64”- 80”p. 19, “View from Camp Hero,” 1999-00, back cover.

“Friends of the Martin Art Gallery,” brochure, 2001, featuring a cover illustration

   of “Sea and Sky,” 65” x 46”, 1999.

“Buck’s County Artists,” by Lori Verderame, Ph.D. American Art Review,

   Volume XII, Number 6, November - December 2000, pp.126-7,

   illus. of “Frenchtown,” p. 127.

“A Sea Change: New Paintings by Frank Lind,” Catalog for exhibition at

   Muhlenberg College, Fall 2000, essay written by Dr. Lori Verderame.

American Art Review, Volume XII, Number 5, September-October 2000,

   illus. of “Sea and Sky,” p. 138.

Prattfolio, "Frank Lind, Dean of the School of Art and Design," Summer 2000,

   News and Events, p. 13.

“Contemporary American Art in the Muhlenberg Collection,” Dr. Lori Verderame,

   Director, Martin Art Gallery, The Magazine of Muhlenberg College, Fall, 2000,

   Volume 11, Number 1, p. 18, including reproduction of “Sea and Sky.”

“Group Effort,” by Myra Yellin Outwater, The Morning Call, Allentown, PA,

   Friday, Aug. 6, 1999, pp. 1 and D3.

Poster for Pratt Institute Graduate Fine Arts, 1998,

   with reproduction of “Maestro” 1997, o/c.

“State of the Arts: Looking Forward / Looking Back: A Museum for the New

   Millenium,” by Lori Verderame, Ph.D., Director, Martin Art Gallery,

   The Magazine of Muhlenberg College, Fall, 1999, Volume 10, Number 1.

Professional Experience
2009- Professor, Fine Arts, Pratt Institute
2000-2009   Dean, School of Art and Design, Pratt Institute
1999-00 Acting Dean, School of Art and Design, Pratt Institute
1991-99 Chair, Fine Arts Department, Pratt Institute
1997 Artist in Residence, Oklahoma Arts Institute, Stillwater, OK
1976-91 Chair, Graduate Fine Arts, Pratt Institute
1975 - 2021 Professor, Painting and Drawing, Pratt Institute


1974 MFA Pratt Institute
1970 BA Georgetown University