About the artist
Paris, 1991. Photo credit Teresa Cullen.
Born in Montreal, Quebec 1953
Married to the painter Teresa Cullen.
The artist's family moved to the USA in 1954, he grew up in Philadelphia and Syracuse NY. He studied at Le lycée Fustel-de-Coulanges in Strasbourg France (1967-68). In 1970 he returned to Montreal and completed art studies at Concordia University (BFA 1978) where he met his wife and fellow artist Teresa Cullen. By 1980 they were living and painting in Toronto at a studio on King St W and Dufferin. A regular exhibition career began with the Gadatsy Gallery in Yorkville (1980-87), followed by a switch to Bau-Xi Galleries in 1988 where he is still represented. Rising studio rental costs resulted in a move north of the city where the artists set up a country studio in Grey County. In 1997 after completing a MA degree at U of Toronto the couple moved to a new country studio in Oro-Medonte ON near Barrie where they continue to work.
Marchessault's work has developed over the years from representational through abstraction to a blend of approaches displayed in exhibitions nationally and internationally. Galleries in both Canada and the US represent him, showing his work regularly. Marchessault paintings are widely collected with hundreds of works in both corporate and private collections.
2022, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto
2021, Foster White Galleries, Seattle
2020, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver and Toronto
2019, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2018, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto
2018, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2018, McLarry Fine Art, Santa Fe NM
2018, Foster White Galleries, Seattle
2018, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto
2016, Foster White Galleries, Seattle
2016, Littlejohn Contemporary, Chelsea, NY
2016, McLarry Fine Art, (Featured Artist) Santa Fe NM
2015, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2015, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto
2014, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver
2014, Foster White Galleries, Seattle
2013, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2013, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON
2013, Bau-Xi Galleries, Toronto
2012, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver
2012, Gallerie DeBellefeille, Montreal
2011, McLarry Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
2011, Tanner Hill Gallery, Chattanooga, TN
2010, Bau-Xi Galleries, Toronto
2010, Gallerie DeBellefeille, Montreal
2010, Tanner Hill Galleries, Atlanta, GA
2010, McLarry Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
2009, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto
2009, Foster White Galleries, Seattle
2009, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver
2008, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2008, Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton
2008, Bau Xi Gallery, Vancouver
2007,Gallery 225, Santa Fe, NM
2007,Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2006, Foster White Galleries, Seattle, WA
2006, Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto
2006, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2005, Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton
2005, Bau Xi Gallery, Vancouver
2005, Gail harvey Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2004, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2004, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto
2003, Michael Gibson Gallery, London
2003, Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton
2003, Bau Xi, Vancouver
2003, Gail Harvey, Los Angeles
2002, Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto
2002, Gail Harvey, Los Angeles
2001, Bau Xi Gallery, Vancouver
2001, Gail Harvey Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2000, Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto
1999, Gail Harvey Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1999, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
1998,97,95,94,93,92,91,90,89,88, Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto
1996, Bau Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1996, Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John's, NFLD
1996, Gotlands Konstmuseum, Sweden
1995, University of Toronto, Justina Barnicke Gallery
1994, Bau Xi Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia
1991, University of Waterloo Art Gallery
1981, Concordia University Art Gallery, Montreal
1981, Burlington Cultural Centre, Burlington, ON
1981, Gallery Brant, Oakville, ON
1979,80,81,82,83,84,85,86, Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
Grants & Scholarships
2000, Canada Council, Travel Grant
1999, Ontario Arts Council, Mid-Career Individual $5K Grant
1999, Artist in residence - Joshua Tree Ntl. Park, CA
1997, Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
1995. Ontario Arts Council $5000 Visual Arts Grant
1995, Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
1994, Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
1993, Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
1993, Swedish Institute, Exhibition Assistance Grant with Åsa Kedja Ardin
1992, Brucebo Foundation, Sweden, Exhibition Funding
1990, Canadian Scandinavian Foundation, Brucebo Scholarship
1981, 87, 90, Ontario Arts Council, Materials Assistance Grants
1978, Elizabeth T. Greenshields, Painting Grant
Cinema & TV
Selected list. Marchessault paintings are in many movies and TV shows, including the following :
NBC TV series Hannibal.
Gendel Bay 20x60", oil/panel, was featured in Hannibal season 3.
LOVE HAPPENS, staring Jenifer Aniston and Aron Eckhart. Without spoiling the story; about mid-way through the movie the male lead character is looking behind paintings to find something. It ends up behind a Marchessault painting.
It – Chapter Two. an American supernatural horror film and the sequel to the 2017 film It. Both parts were adapted from the 1986 novel It by Stephen King. The film is produced by New Line Cinema, Vertigo Entertainment, and Rideback, and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. The Marchessault painting titled "Floating", 48x48" is part of the set design.
Nov. 2009. A Marchessault painting appears in hit TV sci fi series V The Visitors. The 2008 oil on panel titled "Nuncio" (24 x 68 inches) is shown in episode two in the the living room of Morris Chestnut played by Ryan Nichols.
A Marchessault painting titled "Kalkasa" is part of the set design for some of the opening scenes in the movie "The Big Year", 2011, starring Steve Martin, Owen Wilson and Jack Black
Catalogues for sale
Marchessault exhibition catalogues may be purchased as print on demand from BLURB.
• curatedtastes.art Two South Granville Exhibitions to Check Out ASAP! July 2020, https://www.curatedtastes.art/blog/two-south-granville-gallery-exhibitions-to-see
• "Sometimes the architecture is built to accent the artwork",By CAROLA VYHNAK, Special to the Toronto Star,Thu., Oct. 18, 2018, Life & Homes section
• SADA, Feb 2020, Foster White Group Show, page 4
•2018, The Lorax Dreams, Carmen Victor, Blurb, ISBN 978-0-46-494661-8
•2017, The MockingBird, Ed 10, Charlottesville VA, pg. 4.
•2017, Roberta on the Arts, In The Galleries - West Chelsea, NY, http://www.robertaonthearts.com/InTheGalleries/idG45.html available August 3 2017
•2016, The Brain Project, Commemorative Catalogue, pg. 61, The Baycrest Foundation publications
•2014, Green Art: Trees Leaves and Roots, by E. Ashley Rooney and Margery Goldberg, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 232 pages, ISBN-13: 978-0764345487
•2014, El Palacio, Winter 2013, Vol. 118/No.4, pg. 5, Hunter Kirkland Contemporary.
•2012, Galleries West Magazine, Spring 2012 Issue, pg. 52, A Passion For Trees, By Janet Nichols.
•2012, Creative Wonder: International Art Blog, Judy Felker, http://jfelker.blogspot.com/ available June 11
•2011, Tree Time, by Ann Corr, available Feb. 19, 2013 at http://amonikabyanyuvva.wordpress.com/2011/12/06/tree-time/
•2011, Globe & Mail, Focus Section, Aug. 13, (Marchessault's art is described on pg. 3), Into the woods: The enduring power of trees, By Sarah Hampson.
• 2011, Unite With Art, Catalogue for www.uiniteforchildren.ca, Robert Marchessault, page 33.
•2010, My World: A Visit With Kent Lovelace. By Bonnie Gangelhoff, Southwest Art Magazine, April 2010, pg. 65 (in reference to artists admired by Lovelace).
•2009, Landscape Painting: Essential Concepts and Techniques for Studio and Plein Air Practice. By Mitchell Albala, Watson Guptill / Random House, 196 pages, ISBN 978-8230-3220-4
•2008, Harvest of Light, Robert Marchessault: Paintings 2007-2008, Bau-Xi Galleries, Foster/White Galleries, 80 pages, Ontario, ISBN 978-0-9811517-0-0
•2008, Unite With Art, Catalogue for www.uiniteforchildren.ca, Robert Marchessault, page 55.
•2008, Hozho, Marchessault Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Published by Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal. ISBN 978-2-922173-84-0
•2006, Luminoso, Marchessault Solo Exhibition Catalogue, Published by Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal. ISBN 2-922173-49-6
•2006, Canadian House & Home Magazine, May 2006, pgs. 92-94, Artist File: Ontario Painter Robert Marchessault's Stark, Seductive Landscapes, by Betty Anne Jordan.
•2005, Art With Heart, Auction Catalogue, pg. 75. Casey House Foundation, Toronto.
•2005, Edmonton Journal, May 27, 2005, What's On section, Old Trees may be steeped in symbolism, but they exist only in artist's imagination, by Gilbert A. Bouchard.
•2004, Robert Marchessault - New Paintings, Exhibition Catalogue, Published by Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal. ISBN 2-922173-26-7
•2003, Ephemeros, Paintings by Robert Marchessault, 16 pages, colour.
•2003, Edmonton Journal, July 18, 2003, page E6, The Visual Arts, Marchessault lets viewer fill in details, by Gilbert A. Bouchard
•2003, Elizabeth Greenshields Grantees News, Volume 8, Issue 2, Oct. 9, 2003, pg.4 & 8.
•2003, Scene Magazine, April 17, 2003, pg. 24, Stillness prevails at Michael Gibson Gallery, by Tess Parkinson
•2002, Social Consciousness in Canadian Art, 2002, Milena Placentile, Assistant Curator Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, University of Toronto, available online Dec. 14, 2006 www.shintai-z.com/statements/scCS.pdf
•2002, Focus Santa Fe (magazine), Aug/Sept 2002, The Arts: A Skyward Gaze, pgs. 44-47, by Gusie Fontleroy (illustrated article about the work of Robert Marchessault)
•2001, Desert Sun (Palm Springs), August 29, 2001 - Section: Desert Today, Painting With PASTA, Adam Graham
•2001, International Artist, Dec/Jan 2001, issue 16, pg.120, Master Painters of the World, Canada Showcase, Jeane Duffy.
•2001, Brentwood (Magazine) (California), Feb., 2001, What's Hanging - pg 87. "Robert Marchessault - Visions From The Fast Lane"
•2000, Toronto Star, Jan. 6, p. G5, "Gallery exposes 2000 bugs".
•2000, Globe & Mail, Jan. 8'00, p. R10, "Gallery Going - 2000 Bugs at the Bau-Xi", Gary Michael Dault
•2000, Public, No. 18, ISSN 0845-4450 published by Public Access, University of Toronto
•1999, London Free Press, April 18, 1999, Sec. D, pg. 1, Lost in Landscapes, by Sandra Coulson.
•1998, Now Magazine, August 7, 1998, Working drawings produce finished works, by Deirdre Hanna.
•1997, The Illusion of Silence, by Brian Meeham, for a solo exhibition at Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto.
•1995, Configurations, by Rhona Wenger, exhibitions currator, published by Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery.
•1995, Art Bulletin, Feb/Mar '95, No. 61 Vol.12, ISSN 0790-5858, pg.26
•1993, Gotlands Allenda, Sept. 18, '93, Kultur, pg. 10, "Dandka keramiker, kanadensiska målare och ryska fotografer" by Helene Körner.
•1993, Toronto Star, May 13, 1993, "What's On", pg. W08, reproduction of painting "Duckweed & Beaverpond".
•1992, Kanadensiskt, Brucebo Stipendiater från Kanada 1972-92 by Hanne Ödin, published by Gotland's Konstmuseum, Sweden
•1992, Gotlands Tidningar, Sept. 23, '92, Kultur, pg. 12, "Klintar - i Kanada och på Gotland" by Stina L. Nilsson.
•1992, Two Escarpments, by R. Marchessault, published by The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery
•1992, Sun Times, (Owen Sound) Sept. 12, '92, "Exhibition Combines Two Worlds" by Mary Baxter.
•1992, Gotlands Tidningar, Aug. 1, '92, "Ett nöte som fortsätter att bära frukt".
•Gotlands Allehanda, Aug. 1, '92, Kultur, pg. 11, "Brucebo stipendiat 20 - årsjubilerar".
•A History Of Interventions, monograph by Stephen Hogbin,pg. 17, 1991, The Ginger Press ISBN 0-921773-14-5
•1991, Political Landscapes No. 2, Sacred And Secular Sites by Stephen Hogbin & Blake Debassige, published by The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery ISBN 0-9290021-10-X
•1991, The Globe & Mail, April 12, '91, Arts Section, "Art About", by Kate Taylor.
•1991, Red White & Black, by R. Marchessault, published by the Tom Tomson Memorial Art Gallery ISBN 0-92902-09-6
•1991, Sun Times, (Owen Sound), Feb. 2, '91, "Video Art Offers Link", by Jim Algie.
•1991, Imprint Magazine, Jan. 11, '91, "Visions and Inventions", by Shanon Reynolds.
•1990, Notes From Eden, by Janice Andreae, published by The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery ISBN 0-929021-06-1
•1991, The Durham Chronicle, (Durham), May 8, '91, pg. A3, "Works Represent Diverse Origins Of Artists" by James Gillespie.
•1991, Sun Times, (Owen Sound), Feb. 2, '91, "Artist Expresses Language Of The Land" by Jim Algie
•1991, London Magazine, Oct. '91, pg. 86, Gallery Section, "Robert Marchessault , Back Road"
•1990, Art Gallery Exhibitions Catalogue, University of Waterloo
•1990, Now Magazine,(Toronto), June 7, '90, pg. 142, Arts Section,"Winds Of Change" by Deirdre Hanna
•1990, Sun Times, June 7, '90, "Chatsworth Artist..." by Jim Algie.
•1990, Sun Times, April 20, '90, "Exhibition Touches On Contemporary Life" by Jim Algie.
•1989, Political Landscapes No. 1, by Stephen Hogbin, published by The Saugeen Press ISBN 0-929021-45-5
•1981, Robert Marchessault, Landscapes 1978 - 1981, by Allen Elder, published by the Burlington Cultural Centre
•1979, Concordia University Magazine, Sept. '79, "Toronto's Easle Belt" by Eric Johnson
1978 - BFA Concordia University
1997 - MA University of Toronto
Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto & Vancouver
Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
Foster White Galleries, Seattle
McLarry Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
Mason Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
Marshall Gallery of Fine Art, Scottsdale AZ
Wallace Galleries, Calgary, AB
Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON
Bank of Montreal
Power Corp, Montreal QC
Sprott Asset Management, Toronto
Marylin Dennis, Toronto
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP
Dentons Canada LLP
Ernst & Young LLP
Esso Resources Canada Ltd.
Frankin Templeton Investments Canada
Hudson's Bay Company
Imperial Oil Limited
Invesco Canada Ltd.
Maple Leaf Foods Inc.
Minto Group Inc.
Nissan Canada Inc.
Postmedia Network Inc.
RBC Dominion Securities Inc.
Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada
The Canada Life Assurance Company
The Granite Club, Toronto
The Royal Bank of Canada
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Xerox Canada Ltd.
The Omni Hotel, Dallas TX
Canada Council, Art Bank
Hart House, University of Toronto
University of Montreal
Mclaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON
The Irving Collection, Halifax
Power Corp, Montreal
Royal Victoria Hospital, Barrie, ON
Child Development Institute
SDVA, Georgian College, Canada
Frazer Miller Casgrai
Parkland Corp, Montreal
The Financial Post
Princess Margaret Hospital
Dentons Canada LLP
Morgan Bay Capital Toronto
B&R Club of Toronto
Deloite Haskins & Sels
Fraser, Milner, Casgrain - Ottawa
Big Street Films - Los Angeles
Great Circle Solar Management - Toronto
Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery
Brucebo Foundation, Sweden
Dept. of Foreign Affairs Canada
Barometer Capital Management
Random Access Multimedia
Trimark Funds Inc.
Random Access Multimedia - Toronto
KSSS Holdings, Vancouver
Ascona Management Inc.
Granit Club, Toronto
Ontario Medical Association
General Electric, Canada
Dean Witter, New York
Marathon Realty Co. Ltd.
Attoney General, WA State
20th Century Fox
Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery
Gerling Global Life Ins. Co.
LYV Steel, Cleveland
Canada Life Assurance Co.
Lee, Bukrhart & Liu Architects, Santa Monica
Big Firm II Productions Ltd
The Summit Maritime Corporation of Montreal
RBC Financial Group
Integrated Captial, Los Angles, CA
+ 100s of private collections
Selected Group Exhibitions
2021, ART TORONTO, Bau-Xi, Galeries de Bellefeuille booths
2021, Grand Opening Exhibition, Marshall Fine Art, Atlanta
2020, Foster/White, Seattle, Elements - Earth
2020, The Tree of Life, Marshall Galleries, Scottsdale AZ
2020, Summer Soltice, Wallace Galleries, Calgary, AB
2020, ART CARES, Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto
2020, A Thousand Words, Mason Fine Art, Atlanta GA
2020, Leap of Faith, Be Contemporary Gallery, Stroud, ON
2020, 20 Artists - New Work, Foster White Galleries, Seattle
2019, New Works, Wallace Galleries, Calgary, AB
2019, Footprints in Time, Tom Thomson Art Gallery, Owen Sound, ON, Curated by Katharine Lochnan, Senior Curator Emeritus, Art Gallery of Ontario, and Artist Louise Moore
2019, Art Toronto, Booth C15 Bau Xi Galleries Toronto
2018, ART Miami, Booth AM232, 1 Herald Plaza, Miami FL
2018, Deeper Shade of Blue, Bau-Xi Galleries, Vancouver
2018, Method, Bau-Xi Galleries, Toronto
2018, Resolution, Foster White Galleries, Seattle, WA
2017, Clouds, Mason Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
2017, 30 Years, Wallace Galleries, Calgary, AB
2017, Group Exhibition at Littlejohn Contemporary NY
2017, ARTEXPO NY, at Mason Fine Art, Atlanta, booth 177
2016, The Brain Project, Toronto, installation at High Park Pavillion, & Yorkdale Mall
2016, From Forest, Sea and Sky, Bau-Xi Galleries Vancouver BC, Nov.
2016, Director's Selection, Litlejohn Contemporary, New York
2016, Art Toronto, Toronto International Art Fair, (Bau-Xi Booth & Gallerie de Bellefeuille Booth)
2016, Littlejohn Contemporary, (Gallery A), January, at Chelsea NY & Februrary at New Canaan CT
2016, Landscapes, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2016, Mason Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
2016, ART Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, FL, (Gallerie de Bellefeuille Booth)
2015, Art Plam Beach, West Palm Beach, FL, (Gallerie de Bellefeuille Booth)
2014, Art Toronto, Toronto International Art Fair, (Bau-Xi Booth & Gallerie de Bellefeuille Booth)
2014, Hunter Kirkland Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM. various group shows
2013, Art Toronto, Toronto International Art Fair, (Bau-Xi Booth & Gallerie de Bellefeuille Booth)
2013, Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Oct 10-13, Tanner Hill Gallery booth.
2013, ART 13 LONDON, UK, Rebecca Hossack Galleries booth.
2013, AAF, Affrordable Art Fairs, UK & USA, Rebecca Hossack Galleries booth.
2013, artMRKT 2013, San Francisco, CA, Tanner Hill Gallery booth.
2012, Found in Translation: Highlights from the Permanent Collection, McLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON, curated by Jennifer Withrow.
2012, Toronto International Art Fair, (Bau-Xi Booth & Gallerie de Bellefeuille Booth)
2011, Dallas Art Fair, TX (Tanner Hill Galleries Booth)
2011, Robert Marchessault - featured artist Nov-Dec, Tanner Hill Galleries, Chattanooga, TN
2011, Houston Art Fair, TX (Tanner Hill Galleries Booth)
2011, Art Chicago, (Tanner Hill Galleries Booth)
2011, Stewart Galleries, Boise, ID
2011, Tanner Hill Galleries, Chattanooga, TN
2011, Visons from the East, Cumberland Galleries, Nashville, TN
2010, Toronto International Art Fair, Canada (Bau-Xi Galleries & De Bellefeuille Booths)
2010, Unite with Art, Maynard's Auction House, Vancouver, BC
2009, Arboreal, Durham Public Art Gallery, Durham, ON
2009, Art With Heart, Casey House, Toronto
2009, Nature, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2008, Big Canvas, Wallace Galleries, Calgary Alberta
2008, Art with Heart, Casey House, Toronto
2007, Art 2007, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2007, Art With Heart, Casey House, Toronto
2007, The Art of Nature, (in conjunction with the Green Living Show) Ap. 27-29, Exhibition Place, Toronto
2007, Josef Bernhard & Robert Marchessault, 2 Person Show, Gail Harvey Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2006,, Art 2006, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2006, Toronto International Art Fair
2005, Re-presenting Representation VII, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York
2005, Art Chicago 2005, Chicago, IL
2005, Art 2005, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2004, Art 2004, Gallerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
2004, Toronto International Art Fair
2003, Toronto International Art Fair
2003, PASTA Group Exhibition, Palm Springs CA, Merrill Lynch Buiulding.
2003, The Artist Voice in Landscape - Group Show at McLarry Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM,
Else Chapman, Donna Clair, Joyce Dant, Linda Glover Gooch, Peter Hagen, Robert Marchessault
2002, Toronto International Art Fair
2001, Social Consciousness in Canadian Art, J.M. Barnicke Art Gallery , U of Toronto
2001, Inspiration From A Desert: Three Painters In The Mojave, Jane Culp * Robert Marchessault * Terry Millikan
Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA Sept 1 - Nov 11
2001, A Room With A View, Michael Gibson, London, ON
2001, Toronto International Art Fair
2000, Faculty Exhibition - Georgian College, Helen and Arch Brown Centre for the Arts,
2000, 2000 Bugs, Bau Xi allery, Toronto
1998, Faculty Exhibition - Georgian College, Helen and Arch Brown Centre for the Arts,
1998, Working Drawings, Finished Works, Bau Xi Gallery Toronto
1997, Georgian College Design & Visual Arts Faculty Exhibit, McLaren Art Centre
1997, Lumieres de Paris, Toronto
1996, Destinations, Bau Xi Gallery, Vancouver
1996, Oh! Canada, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.
1995, Contemporary Landscapes, Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery
1995, Hawksbridge & Marchessault, Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery
1993, Kanada - Gotland '93, Gotland's Konstmuseum, Sweden
1993, Landscape Painters, Bau Xi Gallery, Toronto
1992, Facutly Exhibition, Georgian College School of Design & Visual Arts, Owen Sound & Barrie, ON
1992, Two Escarpments, Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery, Owen Sound, ON & FGK Gallery & Gotland's Konstmuseum Sweden
1992, Canadian Artists At Brucebo, Gotland's Konstmuseum
1991, Political Landscapes No. 2, Sacred & Secular Sites, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery & The Ojibway Cultural Centre at Manitoulin Island
1991, Red, White and Black, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, ON
1991, Urban Refugees, The John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto & The Durham Art Gallery, Durham ON.
1990, Artists And The Environment, A.G.O. Rental Gallery
1990, ViewPoints, MacDonald Stewart Gallery, Guelph, ON
1990, Notes From Eden, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery
1989, Political Landscapes, No. 1, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery & The Royal Canadian Academy, Toronto
1988, Landscapes On Paper, Gadasty Gallery, Toronto
1987, Flowers, Gadatsy Gallery, Toronto
1986, Hagan, Hartman, Cullen & Marchessault, Gadasty Gallery
1984, 83, Faculty Exhibitions, Georgian College, Barrie
1982, Faculty Exhibition, Sherdian College, Oakville, ON
1982, Group Of Painters, Gallery Stratford, Stratford, ON
1982, Group Painting Show, Robert McLauglin Art Gallery, Oshawa, ON
1979, Cullen & Marchessault, Gairloch Gallery, Oakville, ON
1978, 79, Juried Group Exhibition, Burlington Cultural Centre
1978, CONSTAT, Musè du Quèbec, Ville de Quèbec
1978, Four Person Exhibition, Concordia University Art Gallery
Robert Marchessault, 2019
Robert Marchessault and Teresa Cullen, circa 1980-81 in their Toronto studios. The couple rented industrial warehouse space near the corner of King St W and Dufferin before rising rents encouraged them to build their own studio building north of the city.