- Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts; Cobo Hall (Detroit); Illinois Wesleyan University; the National Sculpture Society Gallery (New York); the American Numismatic Association Museum (Colorado Springs); the Newark Museum; the American Numismatic Society (New York); Pennsylvania State University; the Forest Lawn Museum (California); the Municipal Museum of the City of Wroclaw (Poland); 30th Congress of the Federation Internationale de la Medaille d’Art (FIDEM / International Art Medal Federation) in Colorado Springs (2007 juried exhibition); the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum 2008 Regional Biennial Juried Sculpture Exhibition; the 31st Congress of FIDEM in the Tampere (Finland) Art Museum (2010 juried exhibition); National Sculpture Society: Recent Works online exhibition (2011); Medialia: Rack and Hamper Gallery (New York); Riverside Gallery (Ypsilanti, MI); The Art Medal: Past and Present exhibit (2011) at Brookgreen Gardens (South Carolina); the Bellevue Arts Museum (2012, Bellevue, Washington); the American Medallic Sculpture Association’s 30th Anniversary Exhibition (2013) at Brookgreen Gardens (South Carolina); the World Art Medal exhibition in the Archaeological Museum during the 33rd Congress of FIDEM in Sofia, Bulgaria (2014 juried exhibition); the 92nd Annual All Media Exhibition at the Ann Arbor Art Center (2014); North Gallery in Edmonds, Washington (2016); the International Exhibition of Contemporary Art Medals as part of the FIDEM/International Art Medal Federation’s 34th Congress in Gent (Ghent), Belgium in the Rectorate of the Hogeschool Gent (2016 juried exhibition); the Provincial Museum of Ancient Arts of Namur, Belgium (10/2016-1/2017); Le 40ème (40th) salon d’art FORMES & COULEURS à la Collégiale Saint André de Chartres in Chartres, France (Sept. 1 – 10, 2017); FIDEM/International Art Medal Federation’s 35th Congress in Ottawa at the Canadian Museum of Nature (2018 juried exhibition); National Sculpture Society 86th Annual Awards Exhibition at Brookgreen Gardens, SC (August 10 – October 27, 2019); Works In Progress: Sculpture Created in Self-Isolation (National Sculpture Society – Online Exhibition, 2020); The Associates Online Invitational (National Sculpture Society – Online Exhibition, 2021); Las Laguna Art Gallery The 2nd Half: 50 and Over online show (July 2021); University of Detroit Mercy (2021); FIDEM XXXVI Congress, Tokyo 2021 Exhibition, Hayakudan Kaidan (2021); The Medal in America invitational exhibition at the American Numismatic Association Money Museum in Colorado Springs (closes in March 2024); The Way I’m Wired: Artist Reflections on Neurodiversity exhibition, Western Carolina University Fine Art Museum, Cullowhee, NC, Aug. 16 – May 12, 2023; Invitation to Inspiration invitational exhibit, PARC (Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex) Art Gallery, Plymouth, MI, Oct. 1 – Dec. 2, 2022; XXXVII Congress of the International Art Medal Federation/Fédération Internationale de la Médaille d’Art ( FIDEM) in Florence, Italy, Oct. 10 – 14.
Medals created for the American Civil Liberties Union, the Great Lakes Bioregional Land Conservancy, the Land Stewardship Center, Michigan State University School of Labor and Industrial Relations, and the Old West Side Association, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Medals or relief sculpture in the permanent collections of the American Numismatic Association Museum (Colorado Springs), the Haiderzad Museum of Modern Art in the Academy of Sciences in Kabul, Afghanistan, in the Matthaei Botanical Gardens and the Yuri Kochiyama Multicultural Lounge at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, at the Michigan State University School of Labor and Industrial Relations, and in private collections in India, Israel, Scotland and the United States.
Served on the three-person jury of awards for the 80th Annual Awards Exhibition of the National Sculpture Society (2013).
Treasurer (formerly Vice President and member of the Board of Directors), American Medallic Sculpture Association; member, Federation Internationale de la Medaille d’Art (FIDEM – International Art Medal Federation); Professional Member, Portrait Sculptors Society of the Americas; Associate member, National Sculpture Society. Listed in Medal Artists: Who’s Who Among American Medallists, The Artists of Our Country’s Coins and Medals 1652 to Date by D. Wayne Johnson.
Visit my web pages on the web sites of the Portrait Sculptors Society of the Americas and the American Medallic Sculpture Association at http://portraitsculptors.org and http://amsamedals.org. If you have interest in commissioning a portrait or other sculptural piece, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-846-6018. Commissions for relief portraits, based on photographs, are welcome. We can discuss details either on the phone or via email.
Cornejo – bronze medal with ferric nitrate patina in honor of Herman Cornejo, Principal Dancer with the American Ballet Theatre
Herman Cornejo with medal Photo credit: María José Lavandera
William Bolcom – American Musician medal
Two Sides of the Same Soul – Side 1. Cast bronze; 5 1/4″ X 4 3/4″ 2016. Available for $300.
Bronze plaque in the Yuri Kochiyama Multicultural Lounge in South Quadrangle, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
I met the man, Douglas White, before I met the sculptor. We sat next to each other at the Mozart Requiem performance at Hill Auditorium “Requiem for Orlando”. I can see now, when I look at his work a day later why his work touches people. Douglas has compassion, sensitivity and a openness to other human beings.
He listened intently about my son, Holden, when I wanted to show him his picture. He didn’t hesitate to connect with me, a stranger. I will be following his work from now on.
Agreed! That is the Doug White I worked for back in my U of M residence hall days and continue to love and respect. He has always connected on a personal level, listening with compassion and a memory beyond belief! Doug is a true Renaissance man, as I recall his philosophies of life and his musical compositions back in the late 80s!
I found this page eager to commission a piece for my husband. Had he not seen beyond the interview into the man applying to be a Resident Director, my life would not be the full one I’ve enjoyed from getting to know my now husband/former residence hall neighbor.