SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2003 Art Resources Transfer, Chelsea, NY.
2002 Maryland College of Art and Design, Silver Spring, MD.
2000 Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD.
1999 Dumbarton Concert Gallery, Washington, DC.
1997 Friendship Gallery, Friendship Hghts. Village Center, MD.
1996 Mansion Art Gallery, Rockville, MD.
1992 Wyoming (Es)capes, College Center Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY.
1991 The Bronx Museum of the Arts, NYC. Wyoming landscape pastel paintings.
1989 Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. Political paintings.
1987 Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Pastel paintings..
1987 Flatland and Aftermath, Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY.
1986 Ingber Gallery, Soho, NYC. Pastel paintings.
1984 Flatland Series, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.
1981 Gallery of Emerging American Artists, Chelsea, NYC. Mixed media.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017 science/Thresholds, Galleries at the Takoma Park Community Center
2017 Fresh, SOLA Gallery, L.A., curated by Peter Frank
2013 Diatoms, Galleries at the Takoma Park Community Center
2009, 2012, 2013 Wish You Were Here, A.I.R. Gallery, NYC
1997-2009: Faculty Shows, Montgomery College
2006 Neptune Gallery (3-person show), Bethesda, MD.
2005 Memories of War, performance by Exhibit 9 Dancers, Ratner Mus., Bethesda, MD.
2004 Artomatic, Washington, DC
Dialogue Through Art: Women Artists Viewing the Middle East, Wash. D.C.
Generations, A.I.R. Gallery, NYC
Wish You Were Here, A.I.R. Gallery, NYC
2001 Artscape, City Hall, Baltimore, MD.
Contemporary Realism, The Athenaeum, Alexandria, VA.
2000 Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC.
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Annapolis, MD.
Gallery K, Washington, DC.
1999 Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC.
1998 Holter Art Museum, Helena, Montana.
Mid-Atlantic Contemporary Tile Exhibition, Philadelphia, PA.
Gallery K, Washington, DC.
1997-98 Women Artists New to Zenith Gallery. Adams National Bank,WashingtonDC.
1997 Painting 98, Arlington Arts Center, VA. Juror: Holly Block
1995 Tile 95. Jurors: Betty Woodman, Jim Melchert, Tobin.Pewabic Pottery,Tile
Heritage Found., Detroit, MI.
Sculpture Show. Juror: Valerie Fletcher, Curator, HirschhornMuseum.
Art League Gallery, Alexandria, Va.
The American Landscape. Equal Award. Juror:E. Rathbone, Curator, The
Phillips Collection, Art League Gallery, Alexandria, VA.
Maryland Free State V. Juror: Bill Dunlop, WETA., Rockville Arts
1994 The American Landscape. Award of Merit. Juror: H, Paine. Art League
Gallery, Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA.
Art League 40th Anniversary Show. Gary T. Kuhn Award. Juror:David Levy,
Dir., Corcoran Gallery. Art League Gallery, Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA.
1993 New/Old: Media/Technique, Gurmukh Gallery, Aspen Hill, MD.
1992 Rolling Steel, Castle Gallery, New Rochelle, NY.
On the Road, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY.
Landscape ‘92, Somerstown Gallery, Somers, NY.
Neighbors, Krasdale Gallery, White Plains, NY.
1991 A Current River View, The Gallery at Hastings -on -Hudson, NY.
The Natural Perception, The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
1990 Vital Signs: Artists Respond to the Environment, Henry Street
Settlement,NYC.China: June 4, 1989. P. S. 1, NYC.
Visions of the Vanishing Landscape, Soundshore Gallery, Stamford, CT.
Images of Outrage, Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY.
Our Environment, Krasdale Gallery, Bronx, NY.
1989 China: June 4, 1989. Asian American Arts Center, NYC.
The Figure Again, The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
Ossining Area Artists, The Rye Arts Center, NY. (artist/curator)
32nd ChautauquaNational Exhibition of American Art, Chautauqua, NY and traveling.
Large Format Painting, Northern Westchester Center for the Arts, NY
1988 Focus on Westchester: Eight Artists, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY.
1987 Pastel Anthology II, Grace Borgenicht Gallery, NYC.
Visiting Artists on View, Bridge Gallery, White Plains, NY.
Vistas, G. W. Einstein Gallery, NYC. Curator: Peter Frank
1986 Works on Paper ‘86, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.
Transformations, Northern Westchester Center for the Arts, Goldens
Freedom from Tradition: Women and Pastels, Cork Gallery, Lincoln Ctr. NY
1985 On the Line, The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.
New Talent, Silvermine Guild for the Arts, Silvermine, CT.
1984 Hypergraphics 84, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design
Providence, RI. Illus. cata..
Lehman College of the City University of New York (M.F.A., painting).
Hunter College of the City University of New York (M.A., Art History).
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (M.A. candidate, Art History).
The State University of New York at Stony Brook (B.A., Art History; minor, painting).
L’universite de Neuchatel, Switzerland (Certificat des etudes).
The High School of Music and Art, NYC.
BIBLIOGRAPHY (partial listing)
The Montgomery Gazette, “Into the Woods with Sikorska and Ungar and MCAD,” - Ken Oda, 2/20/02.
The Montgomery Gazette, “Ungar Creates Landscape, Mindscape in “Suburban Geometree” - David Tannous, 5/10/00.
Washington Post, “Group Show at Arlington” - Ferdinand Protzman, 2/5/98
The Montgomery Gazette, “Three Faces of Landscape at the Mansion” - K. J. Kahn, 11/20/96
KOAN - Phyllis Jacobs, 11/96
The New York Times, “In Pelham, Artists Who Take to the Road” - Vivien Raynor, 8/16/92
"But the artist who covers the most ground is Nancy Ungar. Of her seven pastels, three were done in upstate New York, three in the West and one in Florida. The most ambitious of them feature slate-colored roads diving down between, respectively, rust-brown hills and a canyon carved of gray rock. Ms. Ungar appreciates not only landscape but also the hazards of driving it, as in "Rainy Day, Binghamton." This is the kind of situation where everything is a smear, and the only guide is the tail lights of the vehicle up ahead, in this case a white van."
The New York Times, “A Show of Works that Define or Simply Allude to Landscape” - Vivien Raynor, 10/13/91
The New York Times, “That Abiding Favorite, the Hudson River” - William Zimmer, 6/16/91.
Gannett Westchester-Rockland News., “Ungar Defends Timelessness, Relevancy of Her Political Art” - Kathie Beals, 3/5/89. Includes reprint of artist’s statement in “Art and Artists”, FCA, 12/88-1/89.
The New York Times,” Bronx Museum Calls on Eight Artists from Westchester” - William Zimmer, 4/10/88.
Gannett Westchester Rockland News., “Artists Break from the Mold” - Kathie Beals, 4/3/88.
The Christian Science Monitor, “Pastels that Show Why the Medium Deserves Respect” - Theodore Wolff, 9/30/87
The New York Times, review of solo show at Ingber Gallery, Soho - John Russell, 7/11/86.
Hypergraphics, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, illus. cat.., 1984.
Gannett Westchester Rockland News., “Positive Approach to Discrimination”, Arts People profile - Kathie Beals, 9/26/82.
Gannett Weekend Magazine - Kathie Beals, 5/30/80.
Arts Magazine - Harold Olejarz, 1/80.
The Village Voice - Peter Frank, 6/4/79.
Arts Magazine - Helen Thomas, 5/78.
Womanart Magazine - Peter Frank, Summer/77.
Arts Magazine - Helen Thomas, 2/77.
Represented by Exhibit 9, Potomac, MD.