Exhibitions and Awards

David Segel enjoyed an illustrious career and achieved many honors in the art world.  His Holocaust Series received particular attention in the Jewish communities in Pennsylvania and Los Angeles.

Solo Exhibitions:

Lynchburg: VA, USA

Galerie Ariel: Paris, France

Galerie Maight:  Paris, France

Van-Dieman Lilienfield Gallery: NYC, USA

Palmer House Galleries (multiple): Chicago, USA

333 Gallery: Chicago, USA

Darbe Gallery: Los Angeles, USA

Sculpture Gardens: Venice, USA

Creative Arts Center: Burbank, USA

Santa Monica Public Library (multiples): Santa Monica, USA

White Meadows Gallery:  West Hills, USA


Group Exhibitions:

Whitney Museum: NYC, USA 

Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, PA (Awarded 1st Carnegie Prize) 

Galerie Jeanne Bucher: Paris, France

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts: Philadelphia, USA

Hallmark International Art Award (Prize: Two Year US Traveling Show)

Butler Art Institute: Ohio, USA

Springfield Museum of Fine Arts:  Springfield, USA

Art Institute of Chicago:  Chicago, USA

Brand Art Galleries:  Glendale, USA

Golden State Sculptors Association: Los Angeles, USA (First Prize - Figurative Realism)

GSSA Joslyn Fine Arts Gallery:  Los Angeles, USA (Third Prize)

Watercolor West, City of Brea Gallery: Los Angeles, USA (Juror's Award)

Conejo Valley Artwalk: Thousand Oaks, USA (Sculpture Prize)

American West Coast Censorship Competition: Sacramento, USA

Ocean House Senior Exhibit: Santa Monica, USA (1st and 2nd Prize Sculpture)

Los Angeles Art Association: Los Angeles, USA

Triton Museum of Art: Santa Clara, USA

Long Beach Arts: Long Beach, USA

Tubac Center of Arts: Tubac: USA


Critical Comments:

Art Digest: “An artist with something to say and the ability to say it” (Clarence Joseph Bulliet, Art Critic, Chicago Daily News)

New York Herald Tribune: “Wit and Freshness” (Emily Genauer)

New York Times: “Pleasing architectural solidity … nothing left to chance … more intellectual than emotional … much more than decorative.” (Stuart Preston)

Chicago Tribune: “When realism is at issue, Segel acts with decision … his work is meticulous, exciting and fully realized … David Segel is certainly one to watch and to back … exhibit is a pleasurable experience.” (Eleanor Jewett)