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									                                Troy Woods

Commissions        Trinity Episcopal Church, Houston TX,2009
                   Lise Liddell, Curtains, Houston TX, 2009
                   Rob Parker, 13 pieces, Houston TX, 2009
                   Johnson Controls Headquarters, Houston TX, 2007
                   Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP, Houston TX, 2004
                   Trinity Episcopal Church, Houston TX, 2004-2002
                   Louisiana Place, Houston TX, 1997
                   AZ 88, Scottsdale AZ, 1998
                   Houston Industries Incorporated, Houston TX, 1996
                   Allen Center Two, Houston TX, 1996


Solo Exhibitions   Searching For The Devine, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston TX, 2008
                   A Reason To Move, McMurtrey Gallery, Houston TX, 2006.
                   Exploring Minimalism, D. Berman Gallery, Austin TX, 2002
                   New Sculpture, Robert McClain & Co., Houston TX, 1999
                   New Sculpture, Robert McClain & Co., Houston TX, 1997
                   Recent Sculptures, Robert McClain & Co., Houston TX, 1996
                   Lineage, Allen Center Gallery, Houston TX, 1996
                   Introductions, Robert McClain & Co., Houston TX, 1996
                   Opening Moves, Robert McClain & Co., Houston TX, 1996
                   One Person Installation, Triangle Park, Houston TX, 1996
                   Opening Moves, Sally Sprout Gallery, Houston TX, 1995


Selected Group
Exhibitions        Small Works, Hooks-Epstein Galleries, Houston TX, January 2004
                   Troy Woods & Beth Weinberger, College of the Mainland Art Gallery,
                   Galveston TX, November, 2002
                   Material Witness, Karen Ruhlen Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, Oct/Nov 2001
                   Area Show, Blaffer Gallery, Houston TX, June 2000
                   Sculpture 2000, Hooks-Epstein Galleries, Houston TX, June 2000
Miniatures, Hooks-Epstein Galleries, Houston TX, January 2000
SOFA Show, Chicago IL, November 1999
International Sculpture Center Collection II, Hunter Museum of
American Art, Chattanooga TN, 1999
Summer Group Show, J. Cacciola Galleries, New York NY, 1999
Recent Works, J. Cacciola Galleries, New York NY, 1999
International Sculpture Center Collection II, Wood Street Gallery,
Chicago IL, 1999
Small Works, Robert McClain & Co., Houston TX, 1998
Center of Attention, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin TX, 1998
Chicago International Art Expo, Navy Pier, Chicago IL, 1998
Buffalo Bayou Art Park, “Sculpture Houston,” The Sculpture Park,
Houston, 1997-1998
Chicago International Art Expo, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL, 1997
Reductive Forms, Robert McClain & Co., Houston TX, 1997
Student Exhibition, Blaffer Gallery, Houston TX, 1997
Imprint, Houston Artists Visualize Public Art, Houston TX, 1996
Translucence, Two Allen Center, Houston TX, 1996
ABC (Artist Board Chooses), Diverse Works, Houston TX, 1996
Houston Area Show, Blaffer Gallery, Houston TX, 1996
The Senior Show, A.R.A. Building, Houston TX, 1996
Seductive Surfaces, Sally Sprout Gallery, Houston TX, 1995
Buffalo Bayou Art Park, “Sculpture 1995,” Tranquility Park, Houston TX,
1995
Structures, “Interpretative Installations,” Lawndale, Houston TX, 1995
The Open Show, 500X Gallery, Dallas TX, 1995
The Speed and Motion Exhibition, “Moving Art,” Houston TX, 1995
Known and Under known, One Allen Center Gallery, Houston, TX, 1995
Art Goes to City Hall, Houston City Hall Annex, Houston TX, 1994
Dia de Los Muertos, Lawndale, Houston TX, 1994
The Little Big Show, Lawndale, Houston TX, 1994
Known and Under known, One Allen Center Gallery, Houston TX, 1994
The Big Show, Lawndale, Houston TX, 1994
                   Student Exhibition, Blaffer Gallery, Houston TX, 1994
                   Chain Reaction/Living Space, Lawndale, Houston TX, 1994



Bibliography       Molly Beth Brenner, “Bronze and Stainless Steel Sculpture”,
                   The Austin Chronicle, Oct. 2002
                   Michael Barnes, “Arts Watch”, Austin American-Statesman, Oct. 2002
                   Jeremy Egner, “Two for One at D. Berman”,
                   Austin American-Statesman, Oct. 2002
                   GlassTire.Com, “Denny McCoy / Troy Woods”,
                   Glasstire: visual art in Texas, Oct./ Nov. 2002
                   Diane Armitage, “Group show: Material Witness”
                   The Magazine of the Arts, Dec. 2000/ Jan. 2001
                   Catherine Anspon, “Troy Woods,” Art in America, Apr. 1998
                   Catherine Anspon, “Troy Woods: Pushing the Limits of Art and
                   Architecture,” Houston Public News, Sept. 1997
                   Ileana Marcoulesco, “Troy Woods” Sculpture Magazine, Apr. 1997
                   Patricia Johnson, “Assemblage Doesn’t Need ‘Collage’ Degree,”
                   Houston Chronicle, Aug. 1996
                   Susan Chadwick, “Familiarity Often Breeds Wit in Sculpture Exhibition,”
                   Houston Post, Aug. 1994



Education          B.F.A., University of Houston, Houston TX, 1997, Summa cum laude



Awards             George Bunker Scholarship for Excellence in Art, University of Houston,
                   Houston TX, 1996
                   Flaxman Sculpture Area Award, UofH, Houston TX, 1995
                   Flaxman Competitive Award, UofH, Houston TX, 1995
                   Opening Moves Award, UofH, Houston TX, 1994



Related Writings   Troy Woods, "Luis Jimenez," Gulf Coast, Summer 1999
                   Troy Woods, "My Questions, Your Answers, Your Questions," Art Lies,
                   June-September 1996
Collections   Bernie Arocha, William Broderick & Tim Chafin, Brad & Leslie Bucher,
              Thomas Burch, John & Judy Cacciola, Scott & Jennifer Clearman,
              Shane Cook, Dori & Michael Forsmith, Norbert & Audrey Gaelen,
              Jenard Gross, Shawn & Katie Gross, Marshall & Victoria Lightman,
              Cheryl Moody, Jay Marks, Les Marks, Dick Nelson, Sally Reynolds,
              Jeffery Richmond, Margaret & Louis Skidmore, Morris & Ann Weiner,
              Sheldon & Eve Weisfeld, Scott Ziegler, Ziegler Cooper Architects Inc.

								
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