Selected Exhibitions
2021  I Was Here Project Installation – Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, Inwood, NYC. I Was Here Project Installation Lexington Legends Ballpark, Lexington, KY. I Was Here Project Installation Sisters of Loretto, Springfield, KY I Was Here Project Presentation to Architects Foundation at the Octagon Museum Washington, DC

2020  i-was-here.org 2020 CODAawards

project-earns-national-recognition
NEA ARTWORKS grant

2019  Of Thee I Sing


2018  REVEAL Art Fair, Saratoga Springs, NY with Garvey Simon, NYC

 i-was-here.org  Installation of Ancestor Spirit Portraits in Cheapside Square Lexington, KY
NashvilleArts.com

2017  An Illuminated City - Downtown Lexington Management District – installations in underutilized areas of downtown Lexington.

Lexington Parking Authority – permanent installation of aluminum prints in Victorian Square Garage
Chilton and Chadwick Art, Greenwich, CT.

2016  THE KEY - East-West traveling art exhibition/installation. Cairo, London, NYC. www.onca

Isabella Garrucho Fine Art, Greenwich, CT. Solo Exhibition
City of Light – Public Art Project for Lexington, KY. Installation of large-scale aluminum prints.

2015  Children of Eclipse: Projected Image Presentation for Breeder’s Cup. Lexington, KY

Nation of Nations Training Central Kentucky YMCA for Black Achievers Program.
Projected Image and Aria, UK Art Museum. Lexington, KY

2014  The Sporting Art Auction, Cross Gate Gallery @Keeneland.

Nation of Nations Training @Capital District YMCA, Albany, NY

2012  United Nations Interview. Global Connections Inc. New York, NY


2011  UK Healthcare Commission/Seventh Floor Trauma

Nation of Nations 2011-12 installation, University of Kentucky
N’Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL. Martha’s Vineyard, MA
Art in Embassies: U.S. Department of State

2010  Nation of Nations. National Arts Club, New York NY. Solo Exhibition

B Deemer Gallery, Louisville, KY.

2009  Art Chicago, Chicago, IL.


2008  Art for Life East Hampton, N.Y. in association with Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation

B Deemer Gallery, Louisville, KY. Solo exhibition
Commission/UBS Chamber Music Festival.

2007  Seven Voices, Seven Views. G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, Chicago, IL.

Art for Life, East Hampton, NY in association with Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation

2006  Works on Paper. Park Avenue Armory. New York, NY.

Affordable Art Fair/New York, New York, N.Y Seven Voices, Seven Views. G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, New York, NY.

2005  B. Deemer Gallery. Solo Exhibition. Louisville, Ky. David Lusk Gallery. Solo Exhibition. Memphis, Tn. Works on Paper. Park Avenue Armory. New York, N.Y. SOFA Chicago, Chicago, IL. Affordable Art Fair/New York, New York, N.Y. Commission/Keeneland Foundation. Lexington, KY.


2004  G.R. N’Namdi Gallery. Solo Exhibition. New York, N.Y. Headley Whitney Museum. Solo Retrospective Exhibition 1984-2004. Lexington, Ky. Affordable Art Fair. New York, N.Y. Works on Paper. Park Avenue Armory. New York, NY.


2003  G.R. N’Namdi Gallery. Artis Lane and Marjorie Guyon. Detroit, Michigan. Works on Paper Park Avenue Armory. New York, NY. Mary Pauline Gallery. Kevin Cole/Marjorie Guyon. Augusta, GA. G.R. N’Namdi Gallery. Artis Lane/Marjorie Guyon Chicago, IL. Art Philadelphia Philadelphia, Pa. B. Deemer Gallery. Solo Exhibition. Louisville, Ky. Affordable Art Fair G.R. N’Namdi Gallery. New York, N.Y. Art Miami Miami, FL.


2002  David Lusk Gallery, Solo Exhibition. Memphis, TN. Works on Paper Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY “Art Atlanta”. Atlanta, GA.


2001  Kentucky’s Women Artists:1970-2000. Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, KY Wyndy Morehead Fine Arts, Solo Exhibition. New Orleans, LA. Works on Paper. Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN.


2000  Works on Paper Park Avenue Armory, New York, N. Y. USArtists 2000 American Art Expo. Philadelphia, PA. David Lusk Gallery, Solo Exhibition. Memphis, TN. Language of Light. Abstein Gallery, Atlanta, GA.


1999  USArtists 99 American Art Expo. Philadelphia, PA. B. Deemer Gallery, Solo. Louisville, KY. Recent Acquisitions University Art Museum, Lexington, KY.


1998  Ledbetter/Lusk Gallery. Solo Exhibition. Memphis, TN. USArtists 98 American Art Expo. Philadelphia, PA.

1997  William Turner Gallery, Venice, CA. B. Deemer Gallery, Solo Exhibition. Louisville, KY. Floyd County Museum, New Albany, IN. Ledbetter/Lusk Gallery. Memphis, TN.

1996  National Arts Club Gallery, curated by Fiona Ragheb, Guggenheim Museum, NY, N.Y. B. Deemer Gallery, Solo Exhibition. Louisville, KY. Skoto Gallery In the Foreground of Paths, NYC.

1995  Barbara Krakow Gallery, Paper Prayers-Imagining Angels Boston, MA. The McIntosh Gallery, Atlanta, GA. G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Birmingham, MI. University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, KY. G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Myth, Magic and Metaphor. Columbus, OH. Dell Pryor Galleries, Small Works. Detroit, MI.

1994  Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MA. Anita Shapolsky Gallery, Young Artists. NY, NY G.R. N'Namdi Gallery, Columbus, OH. Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Owensboro, KY. Louisville Visual Art Association, Louisville, KY. National Congress of Art and Design, Salt Lake City, Utah. Jewel Speigal Gallery, Englewood, N.J. Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, N.C. Headley Whitney Museum, Lexington, KY. G.R. N'Namdi Gallery, Detroit, MI. Indianapolis Art League, Indianapolis, IN. LVAA, Flamboyance, Fragmentation and the Sublime Louisville, KY. Kentucky State University, Solo Exhibition. Frankfort, KY. Heritage House Solo Exhibition. Detroit, MI. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY. Alan Stone Gallery New Talent Show. NY, NY Merton Simpson Gallery, NY, NY City Without Walls, Newark, NJ.

1993  Anita Shapolsky Gallery, The Tradition. New York, NY Solo Exhibition. G.R. N'Namdi Gallery New York, NY. Jordan Smith Gallery, Solo Exhibition Voorhees, N.J. G. R. N'Namdi Gallery, Solo Exhibition. Detroit, MI. Museum of Art of Ogunquit, Ogunquit, ME. Headley Whitney Museum, Lexington, KY. Detroit Council of the Arts, Detroit, MI. 

Press 
NashvilleArts.com
Under-Main.com
ArtailyNewsInternational.com
“Looking for Light” Benita Heath November 15, 2004. Lexington Herald Leader
Artists of the South. Marjorie Guyon. Fall 2004. Chicago Reader. “Critic’s Pick - Marjorie Guyon”
Fred Camper. May 2, 2003 ChicagoReader.com
The Detroiter. Artis Lane “Emerging”/ Marjorie Guyon
“Abyssinians”. W. Sousanis. February 3, 2003
Ace Magazine. “A Painter’s Artistic Diaspora”. John Norton. April 18, 2002
Courier Journal, “Marjorie Guyon’s Cutouts are Poetry”. Diane Heilenman, May 2, l 999. Louisville, KY
New American Painting, Open Studio Press l998
KY/SC/NYC Catalogue, "Through the Looking Glass", Fiona Ragheb, Guggenheim Museum, NYC. 1996
Courier Journal, "Less is More with Guyon", Diane Heilenman, July 2, l996
Lexington Herald Leader, "Collaborating", Tom Carter, March 8, l992
Lexington Herald Leader, "Dance: Changing Seasons", Tom Carter, March 15, l992
ACE Magazine, "An Ancient Tale of New Ballet", Karen Wedinger, Lexington, KY
Flint Journal, "Three Views of Collage at Buckham", Wilma Romatz, November 4, l990. Flint, MI
Journal Tribune, "Ogunquit Museum Worth Trip", Judith Harper, August 4, l989. Ogunquit, ME
The York Weekly, "Museum of Art, Ogunquit Heads in New Directions", Rose Safron, August 2, l989
Herald Leader, " Kentucky Artwork on Display in Maine", David Minton, June 1989
Detroit Free Press, "Eye on Art: G.R. N'Namdi Gallery", Marsha Miro, March l989
Detroit, Michigan. Michigan Chronicle, "Renaissance", Steve Holsey, March l989
The Arts Journal, "Surrealism Revised and Revisited", Chris Redd, July l988. Winston- Salem, NC
Winston-Salem Journal, "Surrealism is Alive and Well in the South", Tom Patterson, June 1988
Detroit News, "N'Namdi Group", Joy Hakanson Colby, May 1988. Detroit, MI
Courier Journal, "Collage Exhibition Has a Romanticist Theme", Diane Hielenman, September l987
Lexington Herald Leader, "Artist Adds a Dimension to her Life", David Minton, July l987
Courier Journal, "Black is Color, Not Race, to Artist Marjorie Guyon", Sarah Lansdell, February l983
Courier Journal, "Showcase '82 Turns Over a Fresh Leaf with New Artists", Sarah Lansdell,1982
Newsday, "Long Island's Young Realists", Malcolm Preston, July l982. Long Island, NY

Marjorie Guyon

Selected Collections
Florence Paley, Boca Raton, FLA Chilton And Chadwick, Greenwich, CT
The Tatelman Collection Swanscott, MA Spencer Davis Equine Group Pompano Beach, FL
Merton Simpson Gallery New York, NY G. R. N'Namdi Gallery Detroit, MI
Jumaane N’Namdi, Miami FLA Bill and Sheila Lambert New York, NY
Lexington Parking Authority, Lexington, KY Pinnacle Bank, Memphis TN
Northwestern Mutual, Nashville, TN Downtown Lexington Management Corporation, Lexington, KY
Mohammed Al Kamda Dubai, UAE Meidinger Corporation Louisville, KY
Jim and Katie O’Brien Lexington, KY Brian and Jane Williams New York, NY
Morris Museum of Art Augusta, GA Saint Joseph Hospital Lexington KY
University of Kentucky Art Museum Lexington, KY Pfizer, Memphis, TN VisitLex, Lexington, KY
UK Healthcare, Lexington, KY Farris Capital, Lexington, KY International Paper, Memphis, TN
Brown Forman, Louisville, KY Lucille Little Art Library, Lexington, KY Baptist Health, Lexington, KY
Radisson Hotel, Lexington, KY Park Hyatt Hotel, Los Angeles, CA Hyatt Regency Hotel, Arlington, VA
Keeneland Foundation, Lexington, KY Greenbaum, Doll and McDonald, PLLC. Louisville, KY
E.ON AG, Dusseldorf, Germany Community Health Systems, Inc. Nashville, TN
Peg Alston, New York, NY Tom and Addie Jones, Greenwich, CT
FEDEX Corporation, Memphis, TN Hampshire College, Amherst, MA
Lucille Caudill Little Library of Fine Art, Lexington, KY Marc Ginzberg, New York, NY
Parking Authority, Lexington, KY Chadwick Ciocci, Greenwich, CT
Robert Romano, Pound Ridge, NY Dupree Financial Group, Lexington, KY
Dr. Dexter Fields, Detroit, MI Fred Davis & Associates, Attorneys at Law, Dayton, Ohio
Lex Arts, Lexington, KY Biondo Group, Greenwich, CT High Clere Farm, Lexington, KY
Central Bank, Lexington, KY Curtis & Edison, Attorneys at Law, Detroit, MI
The Rouse Company, Lexington, KY Caller Properties, Lexington, KY