Grant McFarland




2021      MFA candidate
              University of Minnesota

2016      B.A. in Studio Art with Honors   
              University of Maryland, College Park

Solo Exhibitions 

2018      Residuals, Hillyer Art Space, Washington DC 

             Voyager, VisArts Rockville, Rockville, MD 

2016     Full Utility, Harford Community College Sculpture Garden, Bel Air, MD 


Selected Group Exhibitions

2018      Oars for Art, Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, Havre de Grace, MD

2017       Riverdale Park Public Art Initiative, Riverdale, MD

               Artina 2017, Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring, MD

               Remix, Glen Echo Park, Glen Echo, MD

               Sculpture Now 2017, Chain Bridge Gallery, McClean, VA

2016       Artists in Residence Show, Salem Art Works, Salem New York

               Drawing Board, Stamp Gallery, College Park, MD
               (Juror Cecilia Wichmann, Gallery Director, Stamp Gallery)

               Honors Thesis Show, Herman Maril Gallery, College Park, MD

               Graduating Senior Show, Herman Maril Gallery, College Park, MD

               Honors Midpoint Show, 39th Street Gallery, Hyattsville, MD

               Sadat for Peace Show 2016, Herman Maril Gallery, College Park, MD

2015       Sadat for Peace Show 2015, Herman Maril Gallery, College Park, MD


Awards, Grants, Collections, Residencies

2018       Culture Spot MC, First Person Possessions, Althoff, Eric, May 2018

               East City Art, "Reviews", Dixon, Elsabe, Jan 2018

               The Washington Post, “Artists talk through their hats”, Jenkins, Mark, Jan 2018

2017       The Aegis Harford County, pp&t section, Jan 2017

2016       Artist in Residence, Salem Art Works, Salem, NY

              “43.17°N 73.33°W” - Collection of Salem Art Works, Salem, NY

               Colonel Wharton Award, Graduating Senior Show, UMD Department of Art

2015       Creative & Performing Arts Scholarship, UMD Department of Art

               Departmental Honors, UMD Department of Art

               First Place, Sadat for Peace Art Show (Two Dimensional), UMD Department of Art

              “Casuality” - Collection of William J. Burns, Former Deputy Secretary of State