Bibliography and Exhibitions
MONOGRAPHS AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
CHICAGO (IL). Nicole Gallery.
Dorothy Carter / Franck Louissaint: Everyday Life: From Haiti to Chicago.
Thru May 31, 2000.
Two-person exhibition of prints and paintings.
GENERAL BOOKS AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
ATLANTA (GA). Atlanta Life Insurance Co.
The Second Annual Atlanta Life National Art Competition and Exhibition.
December 5-31, 1981.
20 pp. exhib. brochure, illus. Jurors: Regenia Perry, Jontyle Robinson Page, Pamela Strestha, Edward Spriggs. Artists in exhibition include: Zachariah Anderson, Phoebe Beasley, Willie Birch, Lamar Bryant, Dorothy Carter, William Carter, Dana Chandler, Barbara Chavous, Davis C. Colbert [Doris Colbert?], Gerald Duane Coleman, Bing Davis, Robert Dilworth, Natalie E. Douglas, Tina Dunkley, Mordecia Etchison Jr., Jenne Glover, Paul Goodnight, Kathy Etchison Harper, Bernard S. Hayes, Valery Headly, Beverly Henderson, Leon N. Hicks, Terry K. Hunter, Ben Jones, Johana Jones, Ted Jones, Viola Burley Leak, Arturo Lindsay (First prize in sculpture), Donald L. Michael, Jr., Lev Mills, Geraldine McCullough, M. Akua McDaniel, Jerome Meadows, Willie Nash, Ayokunle Odeleye, Kwaku Olu, Ronald Patton, Ted Phillips, LeRoy Porter, John Riddle, Joseph Roaches, Lethia Robertson, Stafford L. Schliefer, Thom Shaw, Phyllis Thompson, Yvonne Thompson, Bisa W. Washington, Juvena L. Walls, King David Webb, Michael Kelly Williams, Curtis Patterson.
CHICAGO (IL). Artemisia Gallery.
Divining: Sapphire and Crystal.
Group exhibition. Curated by Marva Lee Pitchford Jolly. Included: Joyce Owens, Felicia Grant Preston, Evelyn Davis Frazier, Lillian Morgan-Lewis, Patricia Bohannon, Renee Townsend, Rose Blouin, Dorothy Carter, Faith Davis, Annie Lee, Venus Blue, Arlene Turner (Crawford) and Joanne Scott.
CHICAGO (IL). WomanMade Gallery.
Sapphire and Crystals: Black, White and Blues.
October 6-November 10, 2005.
Group exhibition. 20th anniversary exhibition of the founding members of Sapphire and Crystals, a black women artists' group, curated by Joyce Owens. Included: Rose Blouin, Dorothy Carter, Joyce Owens, Marva Pitchford Jolly, Felicia Grant Preston, Joanne Scott, Shirley J. Sullivan, Arlene Turner-Crawford, Anna M. Tyler, and Shyvette Williams.
EVANSTON (IL). Noyes Cultural Arts Center.
Sapphire and Crystals: BEyONd Race and Gender.
January 23-March 12, 2009.
Group exhibition of 23 African American women artists: Rose Blouin, Dorothy Carter, Arlene Turner Crawford, Makeba Kedem DuBose, Juarez Hawkins, Candace Hunter, Renee Williams Jefferson, Marva Pitchford Jolly, Nicole Malcolm, Joyce Owens, Frances Callaway Parks, Felicia Grant Preston, Joanne Scott, Janet Sheard, Patricia Stewart, Michelle Stutts, Shirley J. Sullivan, Dorian Sylvain, Pearlie Taylor, Anna M. Tyler, Shahar Caren Weaver, Rhonda Wheatley, and Shyvette Williams.
African queens now join kings in art collection.
In: Washington Afro-American (April 12, 1983):12. Unattributed article on Budweiser's commission of two women artists to paint two Great Queens of Africa to add to their Great Kings of Africa art collection: Dorothy Carter (Queen Nzingah) and Ann R. Marshall (Queen Cleopatra VII). [http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2238&dat=19830412&id=s80lAAAAIBAJ&sjid=YPUFAAAAIBAJ&pg=1757,1629559]