SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017

"Emulsion 2017" PEPCO Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC, March 2017, juried by Deirdre Ehlen MacWilliams, curated by Dolly Vehlow.

"Interlude" Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, February 2017

2016

"DIALOGUE: A Visual Conversation" The Dennis and Phillip Ratner Museum, Bethesda, MD, November–December 2016

"LOVE" Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, December 2016, curated by Monica Perez Roulet and Elizabeth Casqueiro

"Landmarks" King Street Gallery, Montgomery College (Silver Spring/Takoma Park), October–November 2016, curated by Claudia Rousseau, Ph.D.

"The Critiqued" Otis Street Arts Project, Mount Ranier, MD, April 2016

"In Black and White" Ice House, Berkeley Springs, WV, January–February 2016, curated by Rebecca Grace Jones

2015

"Women Chefs: Artists in the Kitchen" Mansion at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD, September–November 2015, curated by Harriet Lesser

"Fresh Outloud!" The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, Frederick, MD, April 2015

2013

“Mother Nurture: Jacqui Crocetta, Freya Grand and Ellen Sinel” BlackRock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD, October 2013, Jurors: Jack Rasmussen and Jodi Walsh
“Jacqui Crocetta and Janet Wheeler” Glenview Mansion, Rockville, MD, June 2013, curated by Julie Farrell
“Outloud: Abstract Painters” Montpelier Arts Center, Laurel, MD, March–April 2013

2012

“Outloud: A Collective of Washington, DC based Abstract Artists” West Windsor Arts Center, West Windsor, NJ, October–November 2012
“Courage Unmasked,” American University Museum at Katzen Art Center, Washington, DC, September 2012 (fund-raiser for head and neck cancer patients)
“INFORM / RE-FORM,” Mansion at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD, July–August 2012, curated by Harriet Lesser
Artomatic, Crystal City, VA, May–June 2012
“Living Gallery Artists,” Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, MD, March–April 2012
“Jacqui Crocetta,” Gallery 555 DC, Washington, DC,  February 2012

2011

“Artists of the Grid,” Ice House, Berkeley Springs, WV, Summer 2011, curated by Rebecca Grace Jones
“UnSeen,” Studio Gallery, Washington, DC,  July 2011
“Outloud Artists,” Glenview Mansion, Rockville, MD, July 2011
“Protect. Nurture. Release.” Solo Show, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, May 2011
“Jacqui Crocetta, Rachel Rotenberg, & Sonya Lawyer,” BlackRock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD, January 2011, Jurors: F. Lennox Campello, Jodi Walsh and Elyse Harrison

2010

“Outloud Live,” exhibit with Outloud Artists, Arts Barn, Gaithersburg, MD, November 2010
“Extending Trust,” Duo Show, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, May 2010
“Laurel Art Guild Open Juried Exhibition,” Montpelier Arts Center, Laurel, MD, March 2010, Juror: Michael Janis

2009

“Area Artists,” Johns Hopkins University, Montgomery County Campus, Rockville, MD, September 2009 – December 2009, curated by Sherill Anne Gross
“Courage Unmasked,” American University Museum at Katzen Art Center, Washington, DC, September 2009 (fundraiser for head and neck cancer patients)
Solo Show, Washington Court Hotel, Washington, DC, July–September 2009
Artomatic, Washington, DC, May–July 2009
“Into the Light,” Duo Show, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, April 2009
Group Show, Women’s National Democratic Club, Washington, DC, January–March 2009

2008

“Inspired by Weather,”  Metropolitan Center for the Visual Arts, Rockville, Maryland, August 2008
“STIMULUS,” Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, July 2008

2006

“Tracing Influence,” Sculpture at Evergreen, Baltimore, Maryland, April–November 2006
(This site-specific installation was created in collaboration with Alison Crocetta. “Tracing Influence” was a 17′ x 40′ doily-like stencil comprised of 330 laser-cut pieces displayed on an exterior wall of the mansion’s carriage house.)

“The exhibit’s real gem can be found attached to the side of the Garrett family’s carriage house, just a few steps away from a series of fascinating gravestones honoring long-dead horses. ‘Tracing Influence’ is a massive stenciled image of a woman, some peacocks, and delicate floral patterns, laser-cut into white waterproof paper and plastered to the side of the building like a giant, elegant doily. Created by Alison Crocetta, the piece is based on designs drawn by Jacqui Crocetta Grothe in response to a design book found in Evergreen House’s library. This mural-like piece is every bit as elegant and mannered as the mansion itself.”
—J. Bowers, “Garden State: Taking in This Summer’s Crop of Outdoor Works Around Historic Homeland Estate,” Baltimore City Paper, July 5, 2006