V I C K I  T E A G U E - C O O P E R

"If you want to understand the Universe, think of energy, frequency, and vibration." —Nikola Tesla

Photo:  2011 by Karen Kuehn
Selected Solo Exhibitions
1997    Linda Durham Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1995    Olga Dollar Gallery, San Francisco, CA
​1992    Littlejohn/Sternau Gallery, New York, NY
1989    Center for Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
.............Littlejohn-Smith Gallery, New York, NY
.............Jon Oulman Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
1988    Frito Lay, Inc., Dallas, TX
1987    Eric Siegeltuch Gallery, New York, NY
1982    Galveston Art Center, Galveston, TX
1981    500 Exposition Gallery, Dallas, TX
1979    Carver Cultural Center, San Antonio, TX

Selected Group Exhibitions
2003    Center for Contemporary Arts, “Collect3”, Santa Fe, NM
2003    Gallery Zipp, “Art in a Box”, Santa Fe, NM
2002    Gallery Zipp, “Myth, Metaphysics & Metaphor”, Santa Fe, NM
1999    Karen Ruhlen Gallery, “101 Cups”, Santa Fe, NM
​1998    Karen Ruhlen Gallery, “101 Cups”, Santa Fe, NM
1997    Karen Ruhlen Gallery, “101 Cups”, Santa Fe, NM
1996    Karen Ruhlen Gallery, “101 Cups”, Santa Fe, NM
1995    College of New Rochelle,  “Green Piece”, New Rochelle, NY
.............Linda Durham Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
.............Karen Ruhlen Gallery, “101 Cups”, Santa Fe, NM
​1994    Olga Dollar Gallery, “Miniatures,” San Francisco, CA
.............Linda Durham Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
.............Olga Dollar Gallery, “Imaginary Landscapes,” San Francisco, CA
1993    Olga Dollar Gallery, “Dreams & Tokens,” San Francisco, CA
1992    Littlejohn/Sternau Gallery, “Gallery Artists,” New York, NY
1991    Helander Gallery, “California/New York,” New York, NY
.............Lintas: Worldwide, “Visions, Fantasies & Mind Wanderings,” NY
1990    Helander Gallery, “Summer Pleasures,” New York, NY
.............Security Pacific Gallery, “Insistent Landscapes,” Costa Mesa, CA
​1989   Art in General, “Visionary Landscapes,” New York, NY
.............Long Island University Hillwood Art Gallery, Blum Helman Gallery, NYC Lines of Vision:
.............Drawings by Contemporary Women
, Domestic & International Tour 1989-1991
1988   Center for Contemporary Art, The Power of Drawings: Nine Contemporary Views, Chicago
1988    William Patterson College, Ben Shahn Galleries The Legacy of Surrealism in
............Contemporary Art
, Wayne, NJ
.............Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New Artists New Drawings, New London,CT
.............One Congress Plaza Gallery, Review: 10 years of Women and Their Work,  Austin, TX
.............Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
1987    Bronx Museum of the Arts, Curator’s Choice III, Bronx, NY
.............Bronx Museum of the Arts, Contemporary Symbolist Sensibilities, NY
1986    Soho Center for the Visual Arts, New York, NY
1985    Longwood Arts Project, The All Natural Disaster Show, Bronx, NY
1984    Frumkin & Struve Gallery, Contemporary Works on Paper, Chicago, IL
.............Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Texas Only, Austin, TX
.............D-Art Visual Art Center, AnD: AustinWomen Artists in Dallas, Dallas,TX
1983    Women’s Interart Center, Women Artists from the Southwest, NYC
.............San Antonio Art Institute, Sculpture on the Wall, San Antonio, TX
.............Waco Art Center, Visual Short Stories, Waco,TX
1982    Patrick Gallery, Austin Artists, Austin, TX
1981    St. Edwards University, Austin, TX/St. Thomas University, Houston, TX
.............Exchange: Austin-Houston/Houston-Austin
1980    Laguna Gloria at First Federal, New Works, Austin, TX
1979    Corpus Christi State University, 18 Texans, Corpus Christi, TX
1978     Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Works on Paper, Dallas TX

Selected Public/Corporate Collections
​Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
American Express, NY
Chase Manhattan Bank, NY
Swiss Bank Corp., NY
Swiss Volksbank, NY
3-M Company, MN
Prudential Insurance Co.
W.R. Grace & Co., CT
Arthur Anderson Co., MN
IDS Financial Services, MN
Pittman-Moore, Chicago, IL
Hyatt Regency, Hong Kong
Morgan Bank & Trust, NY 
​Kouri Capital Inc., CT
VICKI TEAGUE-COOPER has been making and showing her art for about 35 years. Primarily a painter, her work has included oil paintings, encaustic paintings, drawings, watercolors, installation art, monoprints and most recently Still Life Installations. She has had 3 one-person exhibits in New York City, one-person exhibits in Santa Fe, San Francisco, Chicago, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas and Minneapolis. The work has been favorably reviewed in The New York Times, The New Art Examiner, The Dallas Morning News, Art in America and Art Forum. Her work is in both private and public collections such as Museum of Fine Arts Houston, American Express NY, Swiss Bank Corp. NY, Morgan Bank & Trust NY, Swiss Volksbank NY and Hyatt Regency Hong Kong.

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