Major Exhibitions

 

Works in Permanent Collections/ One Artist Exhibitions/ Public Shows 

HIBEL TM Works in Permanent Collections:

 

  • Harvard University
  • Boston University
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Springfield Museum of Arts, Massachusetts
  • University of New Hampshire
  • Fleischmann Collection, Cincinnati
  • Detroit Art Institute
  • Milwaukee Art Museum
  • Phoenix Art Museum
  • La Jolla Museum, California
  • Lowe Gallery, University of Miami, Florida
  • Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts, Georgia
  • WarrenHall Coutts, Ill, Memorial Museum of Art, El Dorado, Kansas
  • Palais des Nations,Geneva, Switzerland
  • United Nations Headquarters, New York City
  • Norton Gallery, West Palm Beach, Florida
  • de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara, California
  • Russian Academy of Art, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Hibel Museum of Art, Lake Worth, Florida

One Artist Exhibitions:

  • Shacknow Museum of Fine Arts, Plantation, Florida, 2000
  • Cornell Museum of Art and History, Delray Beach, Florida, 1999 (and 1993)
  • Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, D.C., 1999
  • The Museum of Printing History, Houston, Texas, 1999 (and 1998)
  • Mitsukoshi Fine Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 1995 (and 1994)
  • Lyme Academy of Fine Art, Old Lyme, Connecticut, 1994
  • Grenchen Art Museum, and Galerie BrechbUhl, Grenchen, Switzerland, 1992
  •  Soviet Union Academy of Art, and Exhibition Hall of the Russian Union of Artists, Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia, U.S.S.R., 1990
  • Northern Indiana Arts Association Gallery, Munste~ Indiana, 1990
  • Galerie Vindobona, Bad Kissingen,West Germany, 1988
  •  The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., 1989
  •  St. Peter An Der Sper~ Wiener Neustadt, and Galerie Phdnix, Ternitz, Austria, 1989
  • National Museum of Costa Rica, San Jos& Costa Rica, 1988
  • The Mall Galleries, London, England, 1981
  •  Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, Tennessee, 1996
  •  Dubrovnik Museum, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Yugoslavia, 1988
  •  Whiting and Woolley Galleries, Eastern Shore Art Association, Fairhope, Alabama, 1987
  •  China National Art Gallery, Beiling, and Sichuan Art Institute, Chongqing, People’s Republic of China, 1986
  • Gallerie H~rhamme~ Helsinki, Finland, 1986
  •  Austrian Cultural Cente~ Palais Palify, and Galerie 10, Vienna, Austia, 1985
  • Museum Maihugen, Lilehamme~ Norway, 1984
  • Castle Bosj~kloste~ Hdtir, Sweden, 1984
  • Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 1983
  • Castle Borluut, Ghent, Belgium, 1982
  • Castle Mainau, Lake Constance, Germany, 1980
  • Galerie Monaco Fine Arts, Monte Carlo, Monaco, 1979
  •  National Museum of Fine Arts, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1976
  •  Guggenheim Gallery, London, England, 1975 (and 1971)
  •  Abilene Fine Arts Museum, Abilene, Texas, 1975   
  •  Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina, 1974
  •  Flint Institute of Art, Flint Michigan, 1973
  •  Emery Gallery, Edgecliff College, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1972
  •  Hammer Galleries, New York City, 1971
  •  Vase Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, 1954 (and 1941 and 1942)

Public Shows

  •  Chicago Art Institute
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Art
  • Pittsfield Musuem, Massachusetts
  •  American Federation of Art
  • Pasadena Art Museum
  • Philadelphia Watercolor Society
  • Inslitute of Contemporary Art, Boston
  • Marblehead Art Association, Massachusetts
  • Gallery, Phillips Andover Academy, Andover Massachusetts
  • Assemby Building, United Nations Headquarters, New York City Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Miami Beach Library Art Gallery
  • Boston Art Festival (Founder)
  • Massachusetts School of Art
  • Boston Institute of Modern Art