November 15, 2016
Maria Park generously donates a painting to the The CUE Art Foundation's 2016 Benefit Auction. The CUE Foundation creates essential career and educational opportunities for emerging and unrecognized artists through exhibitions, public programing, fellowships, mentorship, and publication opportunities.
September 21, 2016
On view for one year, Sight Plan is a 150-foot mural by Maria Park for the construction fence in front of the new Chinatown Central Subway Station on Stockton Street at Washington. The mural is an attempt to create a window of sky at this site. It refers to the experience of traveling through San Francisco, whose typography often brings surprising vistas of sky into the city as though one's focus were elevated above the horizon line.
February 28, 2016 - Thatcher Projects
50 Shades of Red is an exhibition curated collaboratively by Anne LaPrade Seuthe, director of Hampden Gallery, Kathleen Jacobs, Director of Blueway Art Alliance, and Trevor Richardson, Director of Herter Gallery. Together, they have selected a broad range of works (both abstract and figurative) from 50 artists, in which the color red - or some variant thereof - plays a dominant role in the creation of the finished image.
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August 5, 2014 - Margaret Thatcher Projects
Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce the inclusion of two gallery artists - William Betts and Maria Park, in That’s Where You Need to Be a group exhibition at Richard Levy Gallery, on view August 1 - September 19, 2014. Other artists in the exhibition include Xuan Chen and Willy Bo Richardson. Each of these artists expand the conventions of painting by executing their own unique styles and methods of application.
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January 21, 2014 - Thatcher Projects
Margaret Thatcher Projects is pleased to announce that works by Maria Park will be included in "Beyond Earth Art" at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Cornell University. Following in the footsteps of the legendary 1969 Earth Art exhibition took place at Cornell University (curated by Willoughby Sharp), the exhibition is comprised of separate installations and exhibitions that address issues related to the representation of landscape, water supply, food justice, recycling, fair distribution of natural resources, and the nature/culture divide.