Selected Group Shows and International Exhibitions
Niko Chocheli School of Art Annual Exhibition at Doylestown Medical Healing Arts
BOIS of New Hope “Retrospective”
Trimbur-Henry Gallery Summer Show – 2005
Travis Gallery. “Treasures from the La Salle University Art Museum”. Honor of
display alongside of greatest masters of western civilization across five centuries.
Exhibited with such well-known masters as: Durer, Rembrandt, Piranesi, Daumier,
Boudin, Whistler, and Miro. Solebury Township, New Hope, PA.
Woodmere Art Museum 65th Annual Juried Show. Won first prize at this show.
Doylestown Art Festival. “Art and Religion”. Group Exhibition. Doylestown, PA.
La Salle University Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA. Great Masters Drawing
Exhibition “The Line is the Lead”. Exhibited along with such world-renowned
masters as David, Degas, Zorn, Matisse.
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. “Georgian Cultural Fair” Georgian Fine
D. Franklin Studios. Doylestown, PA.- Niko Chocheli School of Art Annual Exhibition.
Camphill Soltane Charitable Exhibition. Featured Artist for Art Show 2002 held to
support a $7.5 Million Endowment Fund for Developmentally Disabled Youth.
Italian Cultural Exhibit organized by Sons of Italy. Lansdale, PA.
First Service Bank, “Niko Chocheli School of Fine Art Charitable Exhibition” for the
Bucks County Relief Effort Fund to Benefit Victims of New York 9/11 Tragedy.
Borders Bookstore, “Niko Chocheli School of Art” Exhibition. Princeton, NJ.
Beadleston Gallery on Fifth Avenue, New York, Georgian Art.
Immaculata College, Annual Art Show.
Travis Gallery, 15th Annual Byers Bucks Fever Art Exhibition on Illustrators of Bucks
Q.V.C. Family Center Art Exhibition
The Guild Complex “In The Style of The Master”. Avalon, NJ.
Featured Artist. Immaculata College Millennium Art Show,
Philadelphia Aura Art Exhibit “Renewal”.
Daylesford Abbey, Paoli, PA Annual Art Show
Bianco Gallery Juried Show.
Doylestown Aura Art Exhibit - “Faith and Healing”.1997
Cape May Court House, Cape May, NJ - “Russian Art”.
New York Broadway Soho - “Figurative Perspective”.
Tbilisi Art Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia - “Culture and Art of France: Capture of Bastille”.
Gallery of Modern Art, Tbilisi, Georgia - “Review of Georgian Art”.
1975 – 1983
Selected works were exhibited in England, Belgium, India, Germany, Japan, U.S.A.,
Russia, France, Greece, Australia, and Italy,
“House of Friendship with Foreign Nations”, Moscow, Russia.