Born: July 14, 1947, the Bronx, New York
Education: B.F.A. Hunter College, City University of NY, 1970, Departmental Honors
Graduate studies, Tyler School of Art, Temple U., Philadelphia, PA, 1970-71
Employment: Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC, from1976 through August 2004; Chairman Foundation Department 1986-1989 and 1996-2003; Sabbatical 1989-1990;
Full Professor, 1992


2003-2004 Holding Places, Atrium Gallery, McLean Project for the Arts
(Dec. 11–17, Jan. 6-17)

2003 Marie Ringwald, Troyer Gallery, DC (April)

2002 Art from Architecture, Lee Hansley Gallery, Raleigh, NC (July 28 – Sept. 10)
2002 Constructions, Troyer Gallery (Feb. 22 – March 30)

2001 Silver (25 year retrospective), Monterey, (a commercial space in Georgetown) DC
(May – October 2001) curated by Annie Adjchavanich

1995 Mixed Media Wall Reliefs, Mahler Gallery, DC

1994 The Space Between Things, Newman Gallery, DC

1993 Marie Ringwald, Recent Paintings and Sculptures, Arnold & Porter Law Offices, DC

1991 Small Paintings in a Small gallery in a Small Town, Center Street Gallery, VA

1986 Places, Foundry Gallery
1986 Paintings and Sculptures by Marie Ringwald, George Meany Center, MD

1985 Installation, Tyler Gallery, Northern VA Community College

1984 How I Spent my Summer Vacation, Gatehouse Gallery, Mount Vernon College, DC

1983 Paintings and Sculptures by Marie Ringwald, Velar Gallery, GSIA, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

1982 Recent Paintings and Sculptures, Foundry Gallery

1980 Reminders, Foundry Gallery

1979 Nighttime Windows/Daytime Windows, Gallery 10

1977 Works on Paper and Wall Pieces, Gallery 10
1977 Scenes from New Jersey, Foundry Gallery, DC


DIMENSIONS, Women Sculptors of Washington: Zenith Gallery, DC,
Jan. 13 – February 19, 2006

QUONSET: METAL LIVING IN A MODERN AGE Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Alaska, Oct. 16 through December 2005; to travel to the University of Washington and the Rhode Island Historical Society in 2006

SEVEN ”Seven separate shows under one roof,” Warehouse Theatre, DC, June 30 – Sept. 4, 2005, presented by the Washington Project for the Arts/Corcoran;
curated by F. Lenox Campello

FACES OF THE FALLEN, Women In Military Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington Cemetery, VA, March 23, 2005 –November 11, 2005

SELECT III, 2005 Art Auction for the WPA/Corcoran, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Feb. 24 – March 5, 2005, work selected by Sally Troyer (web site & catalog)

ANONYMOUS RETURNS, presented by WPA/Corcoran, (former) Hemphill Gallery, Georgetown, DC, Dec. 9 – 23, 2004 (I was one of ten curators for the show, as well as one of the hundred artists)

20/20 VISION, 20th anniversary Corcoran College of Art + Design Print Portfolio 2005, District Fine Arts Gallery, DC, Dec. 17, 2004 – Jan. 8, 2005

30/30, HOMAGE TO INSPIRATION (30th anniversary of Ellington), Ellington Gallery, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, DC, Nov. 10, 2004 – Jan. 21, 2005

2004 ART NIGHT, Hickok, Warner, Cole Architects, Georgetown, DC, October 2004,
TRAWICK PRIZE: BETHESDA CONTEMPORARY ART AWARDS FINALISTS,” Creative Partners Gallery, MD, September – October 2004 (brochure)

EXPANDING REALITIES, American Center for Physics, College Park, MD, April – October 2004, curated by Sarah Tanguy (brochure)

habitats and dwelling: MEMORY and MATERIAL, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, Aug. –
Sept, 2003, curated by Lori Rubeling

Washington Square, DC, August – Oct. 2003

QUONSET, International Gallery of Contemporary Art, Anchorage, AK, August 2003
SPRING 2003 ART EXHIBITION, American Association for the Advancement of Science
(AAAS), DC, March – June 2003

FACULTY EXHIBITION, Corcoran Gallery of Art, DC, Aug. – Septembers 2002

ONE HUNDRED UNDER 500, Lee Hansley Gallery, Raleigh, NC, Dec. 2001/Jan 2002 (also Dec. 2002 – Jan. 2003; Dec. 2003 – Jan. 2004 and Dec. 2004 – Jan. 2005)

SCULPTOR INVITATIONAL, Washington Square, DC, Aug. – Nov. 2002 (also May –
Nov. 2001)

CURATORS CHOICE,” the 2002 WPA/Corcoran Art Auction, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Jan 23 – Feb. 1, 2002 (web site & catalog) work selected by David Pogue

ART NIGHT, Hickok, Warner, & Fox, Architects, DC, March/April 2001

TRADITION, Gallery 10, DC, Dec. 2000 – Jan. 2001

CELEBRATING URBAN ART, AidsAction & Starwood Urban Investments Offices, DC, Sept. & Oct. 2000


Sculpture, Stable, Middleburg, Virginia, U.S. Ambassadorial Residence in Caracas, Venezuela, Charles Shapiro, Ambassador, 2003 - 2005
Sculpture, Four From Galveston, Warehouse # 3 to the U.S. Ambassadorial Residence in Berlin, Germany, Dan Coats, Ambassador, 2002 – 2005 (catalog)
Sculpture, Small White Barn with a Pink And Grey Roof, the Ambassadorial Residence in Brasilia, Brazil, Anthony Harrington, Ambassador, 1999 - 2001
Sculpture, Silver Warehouse on the Eastern Shore, the Ambassadorial Residence in Bucharest, Romania, James C. Rosapepe, Ambassador, 1998 – 2001 (catalog)


Long and Foster
Horning Brothers, Inc.
Fannie Mae
Dorsey & Whitney, LLP
Arnold and Porter Law Firm
Atlantic Food Services, Inc.

The Washington Post
Montgomery County Contemporary Art Collection
National Institutes of Health
Private collections throughout the US