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  Solo and curated shows

World's Largest, Epitome Institute, San Antonio,Texas
Big Chief, You da Prettiest, Dougherty Arts Center, Austin,Texas
Big Chief, You da Prettiest, Visual Arts Center, Denton,Texas
The Ears of Sundry Gods, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington,Texas
The Ears of Sundry Gods,Three Walls, San Antonio, Texas
Tarrant County Junior College, Northwest Campus Gallery, Fort Worth,Texas
Texas Christian University, Brown Lupton Gallery, Fort Worth,Texas

Group Shows

5 for 5, Epitome Institute, San Antonio, Texas
Faces of Austin, Austin, Texas
Essential Element, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington,Texas
Outside Art, The Enchanted Forest, Austin,Texas
Night Gallery, Blue Genie Studios, Austin,Texas
Hallowed Ground, Gallery Lombardi, Austin, Texas
AMST II, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi,Texas
Texas Fine Arts Association Annual National Exhibition, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin,Texas
7th Biennial 5 State Exhibition, Gallery of the Port Arthur Public Library, Port Arthur,Texas
26th Annual Delta Art Exhibition, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
22nd National Sun Carnival Exhibition, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso,Texas
Texas Christian University Alumni Exhibition, Moudy Gallery, Fort Worth,Texas
Texas Fine Arts Association Annual National Exhibition, Laguna Gloria Museum, Austin,Texas
Assistance League of Houston All Media National Competition, Texas Bank and Trust Tower, Houston,Texas

Reviews and Publications

Kate X Messer, “Big Chief You da Prettiest” Austin Chronicle, July 10, 2009
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe, "Photographers, Sculptors Depict Earthy Scenes" Fort Worth Star- Telegram, 30 April 2005
Ruben Dominguez, "Ver para Creer" ("See it to Believe It,") Univision Television Network, 23 November 2003
Alana Keres, "Luditectonics, the Artwork of Play," Tribeza, April 2003
Alana Keres, "Satyrs and Martyrs on Hallowed Ground," Glasstire.com, November 2002
Jim Swift, “Out on the Porch with Jim Swift,” KXAN TV, 17 July 2002
Hector Saldaña, “Donna Pardue's: The Ears of Sundry Gods,” San Antonio Express News, 19 May 2002