CURRICULUM VITAE

(Concise Version)

Peter Deacon R.C.A. Professor Emeritus of Art, University of Calgary

 

DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH

Born in England, 1945
Canadian Citizen, 1979

SCHOOLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

1963 – 67
Portsmouth College of Art; England.
Awarded Diploma in Art And Design *(B.F.A equivalent)
First Class Honours. (Dip. A.D.)

1967 – 68
University of Wales, School of Art Education; Cardiff, Wales.
Awarded – Art Teacher’s Diploma. (A.T.D.) * (MEd equivalent)

1968 – 70 
Slade School of Art, University College, University of London, England
Awarded – University of London Higher Diploma in Fine Art.
H.D.F.A. London * (MFA equivalent)

SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES, AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES, ETC.

1966 City of Portsmouth Travelling Scholarship; England.

1968 – 70 Slade Scholarship; England.

1969 Peter Stuyvesant Foundation Prize; England.

1970 – 72 Abbey Major Scholarship in Painting, (Prix de Rome) British School at Rome, Italy.

1973 – 75 Appointed Fellow in Fine Art (Artist in Residence), Nottingham University; England.

1975 Prize, Second British International Drawing Biennale; Middlesborough, England.

1977 Purchase Prize, Graphex 5; Brantford, Canada.

1978 Canada Council Project Cost Grant.

1980 Canada Council Project Cost Grant.

1981 Purchase Prize, Graphex 8; Brantford, Canada.

1983 Visiting Artist, Queen’s University; Kingston, Canada.

1988 Artist in Residence for one month, Leighton Artists’ Colony; Banff, Canada.

1989 Artist in Residence for one month, Gushul Studio; Blairmore, Canada.

1989 (University of Lethbridge) Alberta Culture Project Grant.

1990 Juror, Alberta Art Foundation Art Acquisition Project.

1990 Visiting Artist for one month, Leighton Foundation, Rocky Mountain Ranch; Alberta, Canada.

1990 “Where to Start When Buying Art”, A Guest Lecture at the Glenbow Museum; Calgary, Canada.

1991 Sabbatical Research Grant, University of Calgary.

1992 Artist in Residence, Leighton Foundation, Rocky Mountain Ranch, Alberta, Canada.

1993 Artist in Residence, Leighton Foundation, Golden, B.C., Canada

1994 Alberta Foundation For the Arts Project Grant

1994 Sabbatical Research Grant, University of Calgary.

1995 Appointed to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

1995 University of Calgary Self-Funded Research Grant.

1998 University of Calgary Research Grant.

2000 University of Calgary Sabbatical Research Grant.

2003 Awarded a one year Fellowship, Faculty of Engineering, University of Calgary for the purpose of    designing and implementing a new program in “Problem Solving through Visualization”.

2004 Co-Recipient of the Alan Blizzard Award, Ottawa. Granted on an annual basis by the Society For Learning and Research in Higher Education in recognition for contributions to multi-disciplinary learning and research.

2005 Visiting Artist, Grande Prairie College, Alberta.

2007 Visiting Artist, Red Deer College, Alberta.

2004 – 14 Various University of Calgary Research and Travel Grants

APPOINTMENTS

1968 – 70
Part–time Art Teacher, Sir John Cass Secondary School; London, England.

1970 – 72
Resident Painter, British School at Rome; Rome, Italy. (Abbey Major Scholarship).

1972 – 73
Part–time Lecturer in Painting and Sculpture, Portsmouth College of Art, Portsmouth, England.
Part–time Tutor, Stanhope Adult Education Institute; London, England.
Visiting Lecturer in Painting, Hornsey College of Art; London, England.

1973 – 75
Appointed Fellow in Fine Art (Artist in Residence), Nottingham University; Nottingham, England.
Part–time Lecturer in Fine Art, Trent Polytechnic; Nottingham, England.
Visiting Lecturer, Derby College of Art; England.
Visiting Lecturer, Byam Shaw School of Art; London, England.
Course Structure Advisor to Colleges of Education offering the University of Nottingham Degree of Bachelor of Education in Art.

1975 – 76
Sessional Instructor, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.

1976 – 82
Re–appointed as Full–time Instructor, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada (Subsequently as Assistant Professor).

1977 – 85
Appointed Co-ordinator Painting and Drawing Division, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.

1978 – 79
Additional duties as Faculty of Fine Arts Administrative Officer for Planning.

1981- 82  
Additional duties as Academic Advisor to the Department of Art.

1982
Appointed Associate Professor, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.
Awarded tenure. Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.

1986 – 87
Appointed Co–ordinator, Graduate Program, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.

1988 – 90
Appointed Co–ordinator, Painting Area, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.

1989 – 95  
Appointed Co–ordinator, Graduate Program, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.

1990
Appointed as Full Professor, Department of Art, University of Calgary; Canada.

1993 – 96  
Co-ordinator of all 500 level studio courses.

1994 – 01 
Co- Owner and Director, Deacon/Ulrich Fine Arts Gallery, Calgary, Canada.

1994 – 99
Continuing duties as Co-ordinator of all 400 and 500 level studio courses.

1999 – 01  
Co-ordinator Painting Area, Department of Art, University of Calgary, Canada.

1999 – 02
Graduate Co-ordinator, Department of Art, University of Calgary, Canada.

2002 – 04
Duties as Fine Arts Director, Faculty of Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada2004 – 06  Fine Arts Advisor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Calgary, Canada.

2008
Advisor to Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary regarding the establishment of a permanent art collection.

2008         
Appointed Co-chair, Faculty of Medicine Art Committee, University of Calgary (continuing).

2009 – 11  
Member, Board of Directors, Calgary Contemporary Art Society.

2011- 12  
Appointed Policy Advisor to the Department of Art University of Calgary, Calgary Alberta Canada.

2011 – 13  
Member, Board of Directors, Museum of Contemporary Art, Calgary Alberta, Canada.

2012 
Appointed Acting Head, Department of Art, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

2015 
Appointed Professor Emeritus of Art, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

SOCIETIES etc.

1968         
Member, National Society for Art Education; England.

1974         
Appointed Honorary Member, Midland Group Gallery; Nottingham, England. (Arts Council of Great Britain).

1975 – 76
Executive Committee Member, Midland Group Gallery; Nottingham, England.

1975         
Member, College Art Association of North America.

1976        
Member, Print and Drawing Council of Canada.

1977         
Member, Alberta Society of Artists.

1977 – 79
Chairman, Review Committee of the Alberta Art Foundation (Calgary).

1989         
Member, The Leighton Foundation.

1991         
Appointed Honorary Life Member, MacKenzie Art Gallery; Regina, Canada.

1991
Founding Member Artists Circle, Triangle Gallery, Calgary (Calgary Contemporary Arts Society)

1995         
Appointed to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

1998         
Member, Muttart Public Art Gallery, Calgary.
Member, Alberta Society of Artists

SELECTED CONTRIBUTORY EXHIBITIONS

1969
“Northern Young Contemporaries”; Manchester, England.

1970         
“Three Schools Show”, Royal Academy; London, England.
“Platform ’70”, Museum of Modern Art; Oxford, England.
“Young Contemporaries”; London, England.

1971        
“Slade Centenary Exhibition”, Royal Academy; London, England.
“Six Young Britons”, Tyler School; Rome, Italy.
“Giovanni Borsisti a Roma”, Palazzo Barberini; Rome, Italy.

1972        
“Mostra ’72”, British Academy; Rome, Italy.

1973
Hiscock Gallery; Portsmouth, England.
“First British International Drawing Bienalle”; Middlesborough, England.
Biennale of Graphic Art; Yugoslavia.

1974
“First International Biennale of Graphic Art”; Segovia, Spain.
Midland Group Gallery; Nottingham, England.

1975
“Second British International Drawing Biennale”; Middlesborough, England. (Prize Winner).
Hoya Gallery; London, England.

1976
Paperworks Gallery; Vancouver, Canada.
Galerie Royale; Calgary, Canada.
Contemporary Royale; Vancouver, Canada.
“Graphex 4”; Brantford, Canada.
“Spectrum Canada”; Montreal, Canada.

1977
“50 Canadian Drawings”, Beaverbrook Art Gallery; Fredericton, Canada.
“Albertawork”; Calgary, Canada.
“Graphex 5”; Brantford, Canada. (Prize Winner).
“3rd British International Drawing Biennale”; Middlesborough, England.
“Making Marks”, Norman MacKenzie Gallery, University of Regina; Regina, Canada.
Alberta Society of Artists Juried Exhibition, Glenbow Institute; Calgary, Canada.

1978
“Drawings by 12 Canadian Artists”, Thomas Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.
First Canadian Biennale of Prints and Drawings; Edmonton, Canada.
“Deacon/Hushlak”, Two–man Exhibition, Glenbow Museum; Calgary, Canada.

1979
Alberta Society of Artists Juried Exhibition; Lethbridge, Canada.
Alberta Society of Artists Juried Exhibition, Shell Centre; Calgary, Canada.
“Summer 79”. Exhibition of Western Artists at Gallery Moos; Toronto, Canada.
“Graphex 7”; Brantford, Canada.
“Alberta Artists”, Artcore Gallery; Vancouver, Canada.

1980
“Present Tense”. Recent Acquisitions by The Alberta Art Foundation, Beaverhouse Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.
“Some Drawings by Some Albertans”, Alberta College of Art Gallery; Calgary,Canada.

1981
Alberta Society of Artists Juried Exhibition, Beavershouse Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.
Alberta Society of Artists Juried Exhibition, Muttart Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“Recent Acquisitions”. A selection of work purchased by the Alberta Art Foundation. Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary and Prairie Art Gallery, Grande Prairie and Beaverhouse Gallery, Edmonton, Canada.
“Alberta Images”, James Ulrich Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“Viewpoints”. A Juried Exhibition organized by the Alberta Society of Artists and held at the Muttart Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“Selected Works from the Permanent Collection” (Nickle Arts Museum), held at the Nickle Arts Museum; Calgary, Canada.

1983
“35th Boston Printmakers National Exhibition”; Boston, U.S.A.
Anniversary Exhibition for the 1983 World University Games; Edmonton,Canada.
“Art Alberta”, Lemarchand Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.
C.N.I.B. Invitational Art Exhibition; Edmonton, Canada.
“Small Scale Works”, James Ulrich Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“Viewpoints”, Alberta Society of Artists, Muttart Gallery; Calgary, Canada.

1984
C.N.I.B. Invitational Art Exhibition; Edmonton, Canada.
Alberta Society of Artists Juried Exhibition for tour of locations in Japan and Korea.
Alberta Society of Artists Exhibition; Fort Calgary, Canada.
Inaugural Exhibition, Evelyn Amis Gallery; Toronto, Canada.
“The Alberta Landscape”, Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.
“The Alberta Landscape”, Peter Whyte Gallery; Banff, Canada.
“The Alberta Landscape”, The Southern Alberta Art Gallery; Lethbridge, Canada.
“Remy Martin Canadian Art Exhibition”. A Juried Exhibition organized in Calgary by Gallery Moos and held subsequently in Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax, Canada.
“OSA/A.S.A.”. A Touring Exhibition of work by artists in Alberta and Ontario. Juried and organized by the Alberta Society of Artists.
“Select”. Work recently acquired by the Alberta Art Foundation, Beaver House Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.

1985
“Exploring Art and The Earth”. An Exhibition organized by the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Muttart Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
C.N.I.B. Invitational Art Exhibition; Edmonton, Canada.
“Series 10″, Beaver House Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.

1986
“Earth Resources”. An Exhibition of Miniature Work organized by the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Jubilee Auditorium; Calgary, Canada.
“Alberta Theatre Projects Exhibition”, Paul Kuhn Fine Arts; Calgary, Canada.
“Alberta Society of Artists Exhibition”; Fort Calgary, Canada.
“Alberta Wilderness Association”. Second Annual Exhibition, Jubilee Auditorium; Calgary, Canada.

1987
“Peter Deacon, Marsha Stonehouse, Myken Woods”. Recent Work, Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.

“Art for All”, Edmonton Art Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.
“One On One”. Feature Artist at the Muttart Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“Alberta Show”. A Juried Exhibition held to coincide with the Alberta Summer Games; Edmonton, Canada.
“Summer Exhibition ’87”, Bonnie Kagan Gallery; Toronto, Canada.

SELECTED CONTRIBUTORY EXHIBITIONS (Continued)

1988
“Preview ’88”. A Four Person Exhibition, Bonnie Kagan Gallery; Toronto, Canada.
“Contemporary ’88 – Calgary”. An Exhibition held in conjunction with the Winter Olympic Games. Canadian Art Galleries, Virginia Christopher Fine Art and Paul Kuhn Fine Arts; Calgary, Canada.
“Wintershow ’88”. A Juried Exhibition selected by the Olympic Organizing Committee, Mobil Oil; Calgary, Canada.
“From The Landscape”. An Exhibition of Contemporary Landscape Painting, Alberta College of Art; Calgary, “Visions of Alberta”. An Invitational Exhibition, Muttart Art Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“Nocturnes”. A Four Person Exhibition, Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.
“Recent Acquisitions of the Calgary Civic Art Collection”, Triangle Gallery; Calgary, Canada

1989
“Figurative Paintings”. A Group Exhibition of Figurative Work, Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.
“Two Corporate Collections”. Selections from the Nova and Petro–Canada
Collections, Triangle Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“New Large Scale Paintings”, Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.
“First Impressions”. Recent Acquisitions of the Alberta Art Foundation, Triangle Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
“Alberta Drawings”. A Survey Exhibition of Contemporary Drawing, The Edmonton Art Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.
“Peter Deacon & Richard Halliday”. A Two Person Exhibition organized by Virginia Christopher Fine Art and held at the Delta Bow Valley; Calgary, Canada.
“Stephen Andrews & Peter Deacon”. A Two Person Exhibition, Thomas Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.

1990
“Works On Paper”, Thomas Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.
“Artists Of The Gushul Studio”. An Invitational Exhibition, Crowsnest Pass Allied Arts Council; Blairmore, Canada.
“Polarities”. A Juried Exhibition of Alberta Art, Prairie Gallery, Grand Prairie, Alberta and subsequently on tour throughout Alberta.

1990
“Acquisitions – Esso Resources Canada”. An Exhibition of Recently Acquired Work; Calgary, Canada.
“Made In Canada”, Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.

1991
“Images Of A Shrinking Wilderness”. Virginia Christopher Galleries; Calgary, Canada.
“Canadian Miniatures”. Virginia Christopher Galleries; Calgary, Canada.
“25th Anniversary Exhibition”. Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary; Calgary, Canada.
“Alberta Society of Artists”. Tokyo, Japan and subsequent tour venues in Japan.
“Art For All”. Edmonton Art Gallery; Edmonton, Canada.
“Large Scale Paintings”. Virginia Christopher Galleries; Calgary, Canada.
“Representational Contemporary Paintings”. Virginia Christopher Galleries; Calgary, Canada.

1992
“Marks of Distinction” – Recent Acquisitions of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Triangle Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Canadian Flags Revisited”, A Group Exhibition of Nine Artists in Celebration of the 125th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation, Muttart Gallery, Calgary,Canada.
“Suncor Travelling Exhibition”. An Exhibition travelling to numerous venues in Alberta, organized by the Muttart Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
Small Paintings by Visiting Artists”, Devonian Gardens, Calgary, Canada.
An Exhibition of selected works by visiting artists to the Leighton Foundation.
“Alberta Vision” – A Juried Exhibition of Work by Members of the Alberta Society of Artists – on Tour in Japan and China.

1993
“Canadian Artists to the Benefit of the Olga Havel Foundation”, Prague, Czech Republic.
“New Works From the Collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts”, Triangle Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Alberta Society of Artists Juried Exhibition for Works to be located in the Jack Singer Concert Hall”, Performing Arts Centre Calgary, Canada.
“Spring Exhibition”, Muttart Gallery, Calgary, Canada.

1994
“Artists’ Circle Exhibition”, Triangle Public Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Artists of the Gushul Studio”, Blairmore, Canada.(organized in collaboration with the University of Lethbridge and the Crowsnest Pass Allied Arts Association).
“Works from the Leighton Foundation”, The Leighton Studio, Priddis, Canada.
“Artwalk 94”, Virginia Christopher Fine Art, Calgary, Canada.
“Jack Singer Concert Hall long-term juried exhibition of works by members of the Alberta Society of Artists”, Calgary, Canada.

1995
“Recent Work”. Split – End Gallery, Calgary.
“Fundraising Exhibition”. Stride Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Artist’s Circle Exhibition”. Triangle Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Fundraising Exhibition and Auction”. Head Injured Learning Society, Calgary,Canada.

1996
“Salon Exhibition” – Deacon Ulrich Fine Arts, Calgary, Canada.
“Selected Works from the Permanent Collection”. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada.
“Miniatures” – The Triangle Gallery Art Rental and Sales, Calgary, Canada.
“Redefining Watercolour”. Deacon Ulrich Fine Arts, Calgary, Canada.

1997
“Men’s Work”, an exhibition instigated by Barbara Bickel, Director of the Centre Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Shared Visions”, an exhibition organized by the Alberta Society of Artists. Mount Royal College, Calgary
“Celebrating a Legacy”, Alberta Foundation for the Arts 25th Anniversary Exhibition. The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada.
“Winter Solstice Exhibition”, The New Gallery, Calgary, Canada.

1998
“Small Changes, Big Changes”, Calgary, Canada.
“Achieve”, Aids Society of Calgary, Auction, Calgary, Canada.
“The Artist Circle”, Triangle Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Looks Like”, (traveling exhibition), the Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada.

1999
“Elemental Action”: Peter Deacon & Peter Von Tiesenhausen, Muttart Public Art Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
“Friends & Mentors Revisited”, Muttart Public Art Gallery, Calgary, Canada.

2000
“The Artist Circle” exhibition, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
“The Artist Circle”, Prague, Czech Republic.
“ABGESTELLT! Kunst-Kanal, Dorsten, Germay.
“Austellung: VORGESTELLT!, Kanadische Kunstler in Potsdam”, Potsdam, Germany.

2001
“Surfaces”, Bugera K-met Gallery, Edmonton, Canada. A two – person exhibition.
“Indian Summer”, Artspace Gallery, Calgary, Canada. Peter Deacon, Bernd Hessbrugges and Jim Ulrich.
“2001 An Art Odyssey”. Recent aquisitions to the Contemporary collection, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada.

2002
Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, Canada. A fundraising exhibition for Hospice, Calgary Canada.
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, members exhibition, Little Gallery, University of Calgary, Canada.
“The Canadian Connection”, Contemporary Aspects of Canadian Work, Virtuel – Visuell, Potsdam, Germany.

2004
“Alexander, Deacon, Lindoe and Rivet”. A four person exhibition. Virginia Christopher Fine Art, Calgary, Canada.

2005
“Peter Deacon and Dale Kirschenman”. A two year touring exhibition organized by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
Feature Artist, Fall Season, Virginia Christopher Fine Art, Calgary, Canada.

2006
Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., Contributing Artist, U of C Faculty, Students and Alumni, Calgary, Alberta
“Emerging Canadian Artists Initiative”, organized by Cenera, Calgary Tower, Calgary, Canada. Personal contribution for fundraising purposes.
“Peter Deacon – Fragments”; a travelling exhibition organized by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts; multiple venues within Alberta, Canada.
“Twenty Seven Years”; contributing artist, Virginia Christopher Fine Art, An exhibition celebrating 27 years of C anadian Art. Calgary, Canada.

2007
“Images and Reflections” The Artists Circle of Calgary, Contributing Artist.
Galerie “G” in Olomouc and Galerie.
“Kruh” in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

2008
“Images and Reflections” Artists Circle of Calgary Contributing Artist.
State Gallery of Contemporary Art in Sopot Poland;
Jesuits Gallery of Contemporary Art in Poznan, Poland;
BWA Contemporary Art Gallery in Kalisz, Poland;
BWA Galeria Zamojska, Contemporary Art Gallery in Zamosc, Poland;
ZPAP Gallery Pryzmat in Krakow, Poland

2009
“Absolute Art” a privately organized group exhibition at Davis LLP Calgary, Canada
“Images and Reflections” Artists Circle of Calgary Group Exhibition, Triangle Gallery of Visual Art, Calgary

2010
Annual December Exhibition, Agnes Bugera Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

2011
“Artorama” The Triangle Gallery of Visual Art, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
“Connections to Collections: The Artists Circle of Calgary” Triangle Gallery of Visual Art, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
“Artist’s Choice” Alberta Society of Artists, Lougheed House, Calgary, Alberta
“Alberta Landscape” Alberta Society of Artists, Frank Slide Interpretive Centre, Crowsnest , Alberta, Canada
“Print Portfolio Exhibition” In support of the new Museum of Contemporary Art, Calgary, Alberta

2011
“The 25th Annual Celebration of the Arts” Kiwanis Gallery, Red Deer, Alberta

2013
“Film Works” Willock & Sax Gallery, Banff, Alberta
“Artists’ Choice” Juried Exhibition of Artwork by ASA members, Walterdale Playhouse, Edmonton, Alberta.
“Royal Canadian Academy of Arts Exhibition” Willock & Sax Gallery, Banff, Alberta
“Royal Canadian Academy of Arts Exhibition” Agnes Bugera Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
“Made in Calgary, 1970’s” A Retrospective Exhibition, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta
“Made in Calgary, 1980’s” A Retrospective Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Calgary, Alberta.

2014
“Observe and Distill” ( Feature Artist ) Willock and Sax Gallery, Banff, Alberta.
“Exploring Saturation: Color ” ArtPoint Gallery, Calgary, Alberta. Juried exhibition of works of the Alberta Society of Artists.

2015
“Creative Obsession” A Celebration of the RCA Members of the Alberta Society of Artists. Whyte Museum, Banff, Alberta

2016
“Signs and Symbols” Juried Exhibition by members of the Alberta Society of Artists, Art Point Gallery, Calgary, Alberta
“Landscapes Reconstructed” Whyte Museum, Banff, Alberta Canada
“Bridges” 85th Anniversary Juried Exhibition of works by members of the Alberta Society of Artists, Leighton Centre, Millarville, Alberta
“50th Anniversary Exhibition” Nickle Museum, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta

2017
“Impulses” Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta

ONE–PERSON EXHIBITIONS

1972        
Zella 9 Gallery; London, England.

1973
Nottingham University Gallery; Nottingham, England.

1974        
University Gallery and Trent Polytechnic Gallery; Nottingham, England.

1975        
Nottingham University Gallery; Nottingham, England.
Alberta College of Art Gallery; Calgary, Canada.

1977      
Thomas Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.

1978      
Thomas Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.

1980      
Thomas Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.

1982      
James Ulrich Gallery; Calgary, Canada.

1983      
James Ulrich Gallery; Calgary, Canada.
Nickle Arts Museum; Calgary, Canada.

1984      
Thomas Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.

1985      
Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.

1986      
Kagan Gallery; Toronto, Canada.
Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.

1989        
Virginia Christopher Fine Art; Calgary, Canada.
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies; Banff, Canada.
Gulf Canada Gallery; Calgary, Canada.

1990        
Kagan Gallery; Toronto, Canada.

1991        
Kagan Gallery; Toronto, Canada.

1992        
Virginia Christopher Fine Art Calgary, Canada.

1994        
Muttart Public Art Gallery, Calgary, Canada

1995        
Deacon Ulrich Fine Arts, Calgary, Canada

1997      
Deacon Ulrich Fine Arts, Calgary, Canada

1998     
The New Gallery, Calgary, Canada.
Suncor Corporation, Calgary, Canada,(arranged by the Muttart Public Art Gallery, Calgary).
Trans Alta Corporation, Calgary, Canada,(arranged by the Muttart Public Art Gallery, Calgary).

1999
“Facing West”, organized by the Muttart Public Art Gallery for Trans Alta,Calgary, Canada.
“Facing North – Looking South”, the Boswell Gallery, Little Rock, AR., U.S.A.
“The Divide”, organized by the Muttart Public Art Gallery for Enmax headquarters, Calgary, Canada.

2003     
“Fragments: New Work by Peter Deacon”. Virginia Christopher Fine Art, Calgary, Canada.

2005     
“Fragments”: New Work by Peter Deacon. Agnes Bugera Gallery. Edmonton, Canada.

2005     
“Landscape and Memory”.The Prairie Public Art Gallery, Grande Prairie, Canada.

2006     
“Facing West – Looking East: Landscape and Memory”Faculty of Fine Arts Gallery, University of Calgary, Canada.

2007     
“Solstice”, Virginia Christopher Fine Art, Calgary. An Exhibition of a major new work comprised of 37 components and accompanied by 6 other works.

2010     
“Fourteen New Collage Works” Virginia Christopher Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

2013     
Bugera Matheson Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta

PUBLICATIONS

2003     
“The Depiction of Objects in Space”. A co-edited book published by Prentice – Hall. Reference material for Engineering students.

2004     
“Fostering Creative Problem Solving In a Multi-disciplinary Environment”. A co-authored paper published by McGraw-Hill Ryerson.

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Public

  • Alberta Foundation For the Arts, Canada.
  • Art Gallery of Brant; Canada.
  • Calgary Contemporary Art Society
  • Canada Council Art Bank; Canada.
  • East Midlands Arts Association; England.
  • Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada
  • Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, Canada
  • MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina; Regina, Canada.
  • Nickle Arts Museum; Canada.
  • Prairie Public Art Gallery, Grande Prairie, Canada.
  • Southern Alberta Art Gallery, University of Lethbridge, Canada.
  • University of Alberta, Health Sciences Centre; Edmonton, Canada.
  • University of Calgary Library Collection, Calgary, Canada.
  • University of Calgary Information and Communications Centre, Calgary, Canada.
  • University of Calgary, Faculty of Fine Arts Collection, Calgary, Canada.
  • University of Calgary, Department of Religious Studies, permanent collection, Calgary
  • University of Lethbridge, permanent collection, Lethbridge, Canada.
  • Victoria and Alberta Museum; England.
  • Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta.
  • Winchester Group of Companies; Calgary, Canada.
  • Winnipeg Art Gallery; Winnipeg, Canada.

Private

  • Air Canada; Canada.
  • Ballem, McDill, MacInnes and Eden; Canada.
  • Big Rock Brewery, Calgary, Canada.
  • B.P. Canada Ltd.; Canada.
  • Cross Cancer Institute, Edmonton, Canada.
  • Davis LLP. Calgary, Canada.
  • Esso Resources; Canada.
  • Hewlett–Packard; Canada.
  • Husky Oil; Canada.
  • Imperial Oil; Canada.
  • Inverness Petroleum Ltd.; Canada.
  • MacLeod Dixon; Canada.
  • MacKimmie Matthews; Canada.
  • Morgan Bank; New York, U.S.A.
  • Petro–Canada; Canada.
  • Sceptre Resources; Canada Nova Corporation; Canada.
  • Texaco Canada; Canada.
  • Toronto Dominion Bank; Canada.
  • Art works in private, corporate and public collections in Great Britain, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Portugal, U.S.A., Italy, the Czech Republic and Japan.
REPRESENTATION

Represented by

Willock & Sax Gallery, Banff, Alberta.

Bugera Matheson Gallery, Edmonton Alberta.