2015 - 2019 Direct sales
2014 Direct sales
2013 Direct sales
2012 Direct sales
2011 Direct sales
2010 Gallery Egan, Morristown, NJ
2007 Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, ME
2006 Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, ME
2005 Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, ME
2003 Riverside Gallery, Pottersville, NJ
2000 eCentury Capital Gallery, Bethesda,ME
2001 Out of the Fire Gallery, Easton, MD
2001 Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, ME
1999 Schering-Plough Gallery, NJ ( x 2)
Twenty-two years' professional design experience:
PARTNER, DANN + OSCHWALD ARCHITECTS Registered Architects, New Jersey - 1987 through 2001.
To his art Brian Oschwald brings expertise in the practice of architecture, landscape design, site planning, and historic preservation planning and management. He is an award-winning historic urban planner and designer. His developed approach has achieved noted environmentally responsive design.
Master of Architecture, University of Wisconsin. additionally completed Professional Degree work for Master of Landscape Architecture and Preservation Planning Professional Degree, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
BA Philosophy, Carleton College, MN
Team co-leader, extended reconstruction of an Italian Hill town.
Construction crew co-captain , Kibutz Ga’sh, Israel
Runfola Collection, Livingston, NJ
Pruett Design, Memphis, TN
Bruno Holdings, Vergennes, VT
Dann CRAFT, Memphis, TN
The Hanken Corporation, Philadelphia, PA
The Robert Wood Johnson Private Estate Collection, NJ
eCentury Capital Gallery holdings, Bethesda, ME
Buch Collection, NYC
The Richard Zahn Corporate Enterprise Tewkesbury, NJ
Garrick Ohlsson & Robert Guter Art, San Francisco, CA
Private by request, distinguished collections in New Jersey, Northeast Harbor, ME, Martha’s Vineyard, MA Bethesda, ME Milwaukee,WI
First Prize, National Endowment for the Arts, Milwaukee Performing Arts Center renewal.
The Architectural Woodwork Institute, Design Excellence, Award Corporate Design
The Kenwood Avenue School of Design, First Award, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
INLAND ARCHITECT MAGAZINE, Chicago, September / October : National Endowment for the Arts Winning Design.
DESIGN SOLUTIONS MAGAZINE: Classic bank interiors.
"Astonishing Subtlety". Mark Thompson, NJ Arts Council