Pauline Conley

Curriculum Vitae

 Curriculum Vitae


 Pauline Conley

120 Crichton Street, Ottawa, ON K1M 1V9

613 746 0354/


Selected Exhibitions:

Abstract Artworks: A celebration of Canadian women's influence on nonrepresentational art" 
February 18th to March 9th, 2012, Gallery Gevik, 12 Hazelton Ave., Toronto, Ontario

I AM WATER: a group exhibition in support of the Lake Ontario Waterkeepers, curator Sue Sheedy. Window Art Gallery, Kingston, ON   K7L 1E4, March 22 – April 22, 2012

The Artist Project Toronto, March 2012

New Work: paintings by Pauline Conley and glass works by Mariel Wadell and Mishka Hunter. KGS Gallery, Kingston, ON, January 15 to March 15, 2012.

New Work: Jane Colden, Pauline Conley and Lori Richards. Gallery Raymond, Kingston, ON Jan 28 to Feb 22, 2012.

Small Work featuring works by Karo Alexanian, Janine Carreau, Pauline Conley, Christian Deberdt, Henry Wanton-Jones, Tony Kew, Sylvia Lefkovitz, Danièle Lemieux, Rita Letendre, Daphne Odjig, Pierre Patry, Carol Wald, and Jeff Willmore Gallery Gevik, 12 Hazelton Ave., Toronto, Ontario Nov 26, 2011-Jan 6, 2012

The Kingston Project: with Diane Black, Jane Colden, Jane Derby and Lori Richards. Gallery Gevik, 12 Hazelton Ave., Toronto, Ontario Sept 24 – Oct 24, 2011.

Synergy: Annual invitational group show presented by the Organization of Kingston Women Artists, Kingston Public Library February 2011, and Belleville Public Library, March 2011

Invitational Group Show: Organization of Kingston Women Artists, Mill St. Gallery, Sydenham ON, Nov-Dec - 2010

The Artist Project Toronto, March 2011.

Women on Woman Marylin Timms Curator, Comox Valley Public Art Gallery, Courtenay, BC (2006)

{Retrospective: solo exhibition, Muir Gallery, Courtenay, BC (2006)

The last 25 years, a group show of gallery artists; Comox Valley Public Art Gallery, Courtenay, BC (2005)

The Homeless Mind: curated by Donald Lawrence and Will Garrett-Petts, Comox Valley Public Art Gallery, Courtenay, BC (2004)

The Fiction of Landscape: Paintings by Pauline Conley, Tracy Kobus and Natasha Henderson, Comox Valley Public Art Gallery, Courtenay, BC (2002)

Friction, Solo Exhibition, Marilyn Timms Gallery, Courtenay, BC (2002)

RECALL: Paintings by Pauline Conley and Sculpture by Sharon Perkins, The Ferry Building Gallery, West Vancouver, BC October 16 to November 4. (2001)

Artropolis 2001-Consolidation, Contact and Conflict: The artist in bucolic paradise and poverty, Tony Martin Curator, Vancouver, BC April (2001)

35th Anniversary Juried Show, Muir Gallery, Courtenay, BC, Award of Excellence (2000)

Small: The Art of Miniature 2, Ed Varney Curator, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver (2000)

artWORK: Celebrating BC’s Emerging Visual Artists, BC Festival of the Arts, Nelson, BC (2000)

25th Anniversary Juried Exhibition, Comox Valley Art Gallery, Courtenay, BC (1999)

Art and Artist of the 21st Century, Ed Varney Curator, Comox Valley Art Gallery, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Bowen Island, and Sechelt BC (1999

How I Spent My Summer Vacation: Recent Paintings of Tracy Kobus and Pauline Conley, Courtenay, BC (1999)

Juried Members Exhibition: Muir Gallery, Courtenay, BC Honourable Mention (1999)




Curatorial/ Colloquium Projects

Curator – Artropolis 2003 Residue Vancouver, BC, May 2003

Coordinator: Comox Valley Visual Arts Conference, Courtenay, BC (2002) Presenters: AA Bronson, Arni Haraldsson, Gu Xiong, Lisa MacLean, Lorraine Simms, Risa Horowitz, Robert Belton, Josephine Mills, Andrew Hunter, others TBA

Programming coordinator: Richmond Art Gallery Visual Arts Conference, RichmondBC, August (2001) Presenters: Rory Wallace, Trevor Boddy, Reid Sheir, Christina Ritchie, Germaine Koh, Rita McKeough, Rick Rivets, Donald Lawrence, Kevin Eichi deForest, Margaret Dragu

Coordinator: ComoxValley Visual Arts Conference, Courtenay, BC , (2000) Presenters: Ken Lum, Ian Wallace, Hugh Mackenzie, Gordon Smith, Michelle Forsyth, Joan Cardinal Schubert, Henri Robideau, Al MacWilliam, Alain Benoit, Haruko Okano


 Reviews/ Articles

Interview with Sheryl McKay, North by Northwest, CBC Radio, March 6, 2002

Fiction of Landscape, Paula Wild/ Comox Valley Record, Friday February 8, 2002

The Fiction of Landscape, Donna Mattila/ The Word, December 13, 2001



 BA English, Thompson Rivers University, 2008

Capilano College, North Vancouver BC/ Design and Craft Program, 1982-83

University of Victoria, Victoria BC/ Fine Arts (Painting), 1983 - 84

Simon Fraser University, Burnaby BC/ Fine Arts and English Literature/ 1986