Thomas Mullany




1985 BFA              Corcoran School of Art

1978-80                Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Va.


Solo Exhibitions

2014                        The Figure, Works on Found Paper, R.H.Ballard Gallery, Washington, VA

2012                        The Mobile American, R.H.Ballard Gallery, Washington, Va

2010                        Present History, R.H.Ballard Gallery, Washington, Va.

2008                       Believing is Seeing, R.H.Ballard Gallery, Washington, Va.

2006                       Forever Endeavor, R.H.Ballard Gallery, Washington, Va.

2005                       Road Map, New Paintings. R.H.Ballard Gallery, Washington, Va.

2004                       The View From Here, New Small Paintings , R.H.Ballard Gallery,

                   Washington, Va.

2003                       Thomas Mullany, New Drawings and Paintings, R.H.Ballard Gallery,

                   Washington, Va.

1998                       Strait is the Gate, Troyer Fitzpatrick Lassman Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1995                      Thomas Mullany, Spirit Square Center for the Arts and Education,

                 Charlotte, N.C.

1994                       Twilight of the Century, Troyer Fitzpatrick Lassman Gallery,

                   Washington, D.C.

1993                       Twilight of the Century, Deer Gallery, New York, N.Y.

1992                       The Course of Empire, Jones Troyer Fitzpatrick Gallery and Gallery K,

                  Washington, D.

1990                       Paintings and Sculpture , Jones Troyer Fitzpatrick Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1989                       Drums Along the Niagra, ARTPARK, Lewiston, N.Y.; public sculpture project

1987                       Forever Endeavor, Walker, Ursitti, and McGinnis Gallery, Washington, D.C.

                 Someday All This Will be Yours, Walker, Ursitti, and McGinnis Gallery,

                 New York, N.Y.

                 Public Affairs, Walker, Ursitti, and McGinnis Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1986                      The Triumph of Virtue and Nobility Over Ignorance, Walker, Ursitti, and

                 McGinnis Gallery, Washington, D.C.

                 The Crown of Creation, Walker , Ursitti & McGinniss Gallery, Washington,D.C.


Selected Group Exhibitions


2013                       Washington Art Matters: 1940’s to 1980’s, American University Museum at The Katzen

                  Center, Washington, DC.

2012                       Corcoran Gallery of Art- College of Art nad Design, Alumni Show, Haley Fine Art,

                   Sperryville, Va.

2009                      The Animal Kingdom, R.H.Ballard Gallery, Washington, VA

2008                      Herb White- A Taste for Art, presented by Washington Arts Museum at Pepco’s

                   Edison Place Gallery, 701 9th St. ,Washington, DC



2005                       Faces of the Fallen, Women in Military Service for America Memorial, Gateway

                   to Arlington Cemetery

2002                       Abstraction and Illusion, The Troyer Gallery, Washington, D.C.

2000                       Rockwellian Times, 57 N Fine Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1994                       Commissions, Troyer Fitzpatrick Lassman Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1994                       Visual Artist Grant Recipients Exhibition, Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, Va.

1993                       Figural Nature, Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Snug Harbor Cultural Center,

                  Staten Island, N.Y.

                 Legend, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, Va.

1992                      The Gathering Storm, Maryland Arts Place, Baltimore, Md.

1991                       Drawings, Middendorf Gallery, Washington, D.C.

                 Collaborations: Prints as Process, Brody’s Gallery and Gallery K , Washington, D.C.

1990                      Gathering Forces III, Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Bethesda Md.

1989                      Gathering Forces II, School 33 Arts Center, Baltimore, Md.

                 Gathering Forces I, Gallery K and Brody’s Gallery, Washington, Va.

                 Approaches to the Figure, Arnold and Porter law firm, Washington, D.C.

                From the Potomac to the Anacostia,: Art and Ideology in the Washington Area

                Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.

1988                     On Site: Four Directions, Bluemont Park, Arlington, Va., (Outdoor Public Art Invitational)

                Recollections: Washington Artists at WPA, 1975-1988, Washington Project for

                the Arts, Washington D.C.

                Fifth Column New Art Installations, Fifth Column Club and Gallery, Washington, D.C.

               Myth Allegory an Romanticism, Anton Gallery, Washington, D.C.

               Dennis O’Neil and Friends, Gallery K, Washington, D.C.

1986                     Cryptic Languages, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.

1985                     Illuminations, Walker, Ursitti, and McGinnis Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1984                     Washington Sculpture/ Prospects and Perspectives, Georgetown Court Artists’ Space

1983                     The Ritz, New York/ Washington, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.



Awards and Fellowships


1993                       Individual Artist Project Grant, Arlington Commission for the Arts, Arlington, Va.


1989                       Drums Along the Niagra, ARTPARK, Lewiston, N.Y., Outdoor Public Sculpture Fellowship


Selected Corporate Collections


Artery Organization, Bethesda, Md.

Kaiser Permanente, Rockville, Md.

Sallie Mae, Washington, D.C.

Sprenger and Lang, Washington, D.C.

The Tower Club, JTL Tycon Towers, Tyson’s Corner, Va.

Western Development Company, Washington, D.C.

Signal Corporation, Fairfax, Va.

Hotel Tabard Inn, Washington, D.C.

Hyman Phelps and McNamara


Selected Public Commissions

2013                       The Bull Run Winery Mural, Manassas, VA, The artist's largest to date

1012-13                    William Jefferies Tavern Mural's, Arlington, VA

2002                      September 11th Memorial Mural, A two-story outdoor mural along Wilson Blvd.

                  in Arlington, Virginia

2001                       Rhodeside Grill Two, Fairfax Va., A 10’x20’ mural depicting nightclub restaurant

                  scene and a background local landscape; a series of paintings depicting local scenes.

2001                       Discoveries, Inc., Trade show booth with 10’x 20’ painting with Egyptian landscape

                  Credit Union House, Two large paintings depicting the National Capital and the

                  Jefferson Memorial

2000                      U.S. Botanic Garden Conservatory, 2001, carved wooden eagle atop Christmas tree

                  Bienvenue Knoll Bed and Breakfast, Washington, Va., panorama of the Blue Ridge


                                Argia’s Restaurant, Falls Church, Va., 9’x 45’ mural depicts an early Renaissance

                  walled Italian city and surrounding countryside. More paintings around

                  restaurant show musicians, dancers, and portraiture.

1996                       Rhodeside Grill Restaurant, Arlington, Va., 14’x 25’ mural with larger than life

                 figures in a night club/restaurant scene. Also, a dozen paintings with night time

                views of Arlington landmarks; wooden statues and a specially designed venetian walls

1998                      Signal Corporation, Fairfax, Va., Two large paintings of imaginary classical cities

                 for the CEO’s office and for the boardroom

1997                      Hyman Phelps and McNamara, Washington, D.C., A humorous, Baroque style

                 Painting for law firms’ foyer

1995                      Wake Up and Smell the Roses, Arlington, Va. 1995, Award winning two story outdoor


1994                      The Spirit of Victory, Lewistown, N.Y., 1998 14’ tall steel angel installed in park

                 overlooking the Niagara River. Purchased by the town of Lewistown.

1993                      Kaiser Permanente Regional Headquarters, Rockville, Md. 1993, Grant Wood- style

                 panorama of the Shenandoah Valley

The artist working on the Bull Run Winery Mural.

The artist working on the Bull Run Winery Mural.

The finished mural, his largest to date.

The finished mural, his largest to date.