Curriculum Vitae

Clemson University. College of Visual and Performing Arts. Clemson, SC.  MFA
Cornell University. College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.  Ithaca, NY. BFA

Upcoming/Current Art Exhibitions:

"The Annotated Vessel", Frederick, MD
The Delaplaine Arts Center: Satellite locations. August 2022 - January 2023

Select Solo Exhibitions:

"May You Live in Interesting Times", Kensington, MD
Adah Rose Gallery. 2021

"Lady Lineage", Frederick, MD
The Delaplaine Arts Center. December 2020 - January 2021

“History Adorned”, ARTSY
Adah Rose Gallery. 2020

“Hidden Histories”, Reston, VA
Greater Reston Arts Center at Signature. 2020

“Zip Infinity”, Alexandria, VA
NOVA/Schlesinger Center for the Arts. 2017

“Little White Lines”, Glen Echo, MD
Park View Gallery/ Glen Echo Park. 2017

“Select Works by Maremi Hooff Andreozzi”, Fairfax, VA
Arts Council of Fairfax. 2016

“The Guam Series”, Washington, DC
The Stimson Center. 2015

“Potomac Skies”, Alexandria, VA
The Art League. Torpedo Factory. 2015

“Here and There”, Mercersburg, PA
Cofrin Gallery. Burgin Center for the Art Center. 2015

“Maremi Hooff Andreozzi: Fall Solos hosted by Art Soiree”, Georgetown, DC
Ritz-Carlton Georgetown. 2014

“Alumni Show: Maremi Hooff Andreozzi”, Mercersburg, PA
Burgin Art Center. 2010

“Art Registry”, Washington, DC
Chroma. 2008

“Fruits and Veggies: New Work”, Reston, VA
Market Street Bar & Grill. Hyatt. 2007

“Maremi Hooff: Prized Produce”, Radford, VA
Radford University. 2005

“Niche”, Arlington, VA
Metro Gallery. George Mason University. 1998

“Scrapbook”, Ithaca, NY
Olive Tjaden Gallery. 1994

Select Group Exhibitions:

"14C ARTFAIR", Adah Rose Gallery, Jersey City, New Jersey 2022
"Hickok Cole Art Night", Hickok Cole/WPA 2022
"Summer Solstice", Nepenthe Gallery, Alexandria, VA 2022
"Benefit", McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA 2022
SuperFine. Washington, DC 2022
"Juried Show", Riverviews Artspace. Lynchburg, VA 2021
"Not Strictly Painting”. McLean Project for the Arts. Fairfax, VA 2021
"WPA Art Night”. Hickok Cole.. Washington, DC 2021
“Inside Outside, Upside Down”. Phillips Collection. Washington, DC 2021
“Source Material”. Howard County Arts Council. Ellicott City, MD 2020
“Hickock Cole Art Month 2020”. Hickock Cole. Washington, DC
“SHE”. AnnMarie Art and Sculpture Garden. Solomon, MD
“By The People x Monochrome Virtual Art Fair”. Haylcon, Washington, DC
“Inaugural Show”. Ruby Projects, Fairfax, VA
“14C ARTFAIR”. Adah Rose Gallery, Jersey City, NJ
“Strictly Painting 12”. McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
“Holiday Show”. MK Gallery. Vienna, VA
Your Name Here”. North Fairfax, Alexandria, VA
“Treemendous”. Hill Center, Washington, DC
“Alchemical Vessels 2019”. Joan Hisaoka Healing Gallery, Washington, DC
“Four Elements”. Corner Store Arts, Washington, DC
“New Beginnings”. Corner Store Arts, Washington, DC
“10th Annual Juried Show”. Riverviews Artspace, Lynchburg, VA
“Inspired by Frida”. Artists and Makers., Rockville, MD
“Elixir: Artists Respond to Making and Healing”. Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Washington, DC
“WCA/DC: Select Work”. Cooley Gallery, Leesburg, VA
“Serendpity II: 5 Artist”. 200 Daingerfield, Alexandria, VA
“Serendpity I: 4 Artist” . 200 Daingerfield, Alexandria, VA
“Counter Balance”. Gray Gallery, Winchester, VA
“Believing is Seeing”. Artists & Makers Gallery, Rockville, MD
“Water Works”. Annapolis Maritime Museum, Annapolis, MD
“24th Annual Strathmore Artist Juried Exhibition”. Strathmore Mansion, Bethesda, MD
“Strictly Painting 8”. Emerson Gallery, McLean Project for the Art, McLean, VA
“WPA Annual Art Auction”. Katzen Art Center, American University., Washington, DC
“ Anonymous III ”. Gallery at Flashpoint, Washington, DC
“Arts Council @ Grace”. Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA
Wall Mountable”. DCAC, Washington, DC
“Seven”. WPA/C:Warehouse Theater, Washington, DC
“Women’s Alumnae Exhibition”. Lee Gallery. Clemson University, Clemson, SC
“All Arlington Salon”. Ellipse Art Center, Arlington,VA
“Farmer’s Market: A Season in Paint”. Ellipse Art Center, Arlington,VA
“Bethesda Artist Market” Bethesda, MD
“Eat, Wear Crawl”. Rockville Art Place, Rockville, MD
“Off the Wall”. Rockville Art Place, Rockville, MD
Cress Creek. Shepherdstown, WV
“New Symbols”. Montgomery College, Rockville, MD
“Postcards from the Edge”. Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York City, NY
“Drama of the Ordinary”. John A. Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery, Arnold, MD
Glenview Mansion Arts Center, Rockville, MD
“Postcards from the Edge”, Sperone Westwater, New York City, NY
“2000 Views”. Howard County Center for the Art, Ellicott City, MD
“It’s My Nature”, Fredericksburg Center for the Arts. Fredericksburg, VA
“Mercersburg Alumni”, Salander-O’Reilly Gallery. New York,NY
“Summer Group Show”, Gallery K. Washington, DC
“Virginia Artists”, Fredericksburg Center for the Arts. Fredericksburg, VA
“Art Faculty Show”, Marlboro Gallery. Largo, MD
“Painting 98”, Arlington Arts Center. Arlington,VA
“Emerging Artists”, Gallery West. Alexandria, VA
“Day of the Dead”, Wilson Art Gallery. Washington,DC
“36 Hour Show - A.Salon”, WPA/Corcoran ProjectSpace. Washington,DC
“19th Annual Juried Exhibition”, Pickens County Museum. Pickens, SC
“Burning Bra and other Bedside Tales”, Smithtown Township Arts Council. St. James,NY
“Juried Competition”, Fairfax Council of the Arts/Northern Virginia Community College. Fairfax,VA
“Censored/Censured”, BAUHouse Gallery. Baltimore, MD

Award and Honors:

Semifinalist. Bethesda Painting Award. Bethesda, MD 2022
Honorable Mention Award. Riverviews Artspace. Lynchburg, VA 2021
People's Choice Award. Riverviews Artspace. Lynchburg, VA 2021
Juror's Award. "Not Strictly Painting”. McLean Project for the Arts. McLean, VA 2021
Honarable Mention. “Flora & Fauna”. Alexandria, VA 2012
Arlington County Purchase Award. Arlington, VA. 2004
Individual Arts Grant: Arlington Arts Commission; Arlington, VA 2003-2004
The Mesa Residency Fellowship, Springdale, UT 2003
Jerome Foundation Grant; Lanesboro, MN 2002
Cornell Creative and Performing Arts Grant; Ithaca, NY 1993
Gold Key Award (2);  Harrisburg,PA
Abby Ruskin Award;   Grove, Bowie, Hayes Printing Award;  Herb Quarterly Award;
Hallmark Nominee(2); Blue Ribbon; Hallmark Award. Chicago,IL
Dr. Julius Shamansky Prize;  Austin V. McClain Prize; Mercersburg,PA

Community Art Project Residencies:

La Macina di San Cresci, Greve in Chianti, Italy
International Residency. 2019

The Mesa, Springdale, UT
Artist Fellowship and Residency.
(Project in conjuction with the Smithsonian traveling exhibition “Key Ingredients: America By Food) 2003

Cornucopia Art Center, Lanesboro, MN
Artist Fellowship and Residency.  2002
The Washington Post, “In The Galleries: Carte Blanche", August 14, 2022
Mount Vernon Gazette, “Six Local Artists Featured at Nepenthe Gallery", June 30, 2022
The Washington Post, “Biennial Survey celebrates Mid Atlantic Artists” by Mark Jenkins, October 31, 2021
The Washington Post, “Local artist look back in the Phillips Collection” by Mark Jenkins, August 11, 2021
Sun Gazette Newspaper, “New McLean exhibition puts emphasis on creativity” by Brian Trompeter, September 28, 2021
The Washington Post, “In The Galleries: Homage to forgotten women and their impact on history” by Mark Jenkins, March 28, 2021
BURNAWAY, “A Close Look: Maremi Andreozzi”, January 25, 2020
The Washington Post, “In The Galleries” by Mark Jenkins, December 29, 2019
Escape into Life: “Feature Artist”, November 2019
Élan; October 2019
NOVA NEWS WHAG, “Artist Interview about Gray Gallery show”, February 26, 2017
Northern Virginia Magazine, “’Potomac Skies’ gallery brings NOVA natural beatuy to light” by Cameron Mellin. June 26, 2015
The Washington Post: City Guide, “A Four-Star Tasting” by Tom Sietsema. October 11, 2007
Loudoun Connection: Artist Profile, “Paintings, In Good Taste”. October 4, 2007
The Reston Observer: “Fruits and Veggies”, September 7, 2007
The Roanoke Times: Current, “The Persistence of Fruit” by Hart Fowler, September 1, 2005
The Washington Post: Galleries, “Going to Town at Ellipse Arts” by Glenn Dixon, August 19, 2004
The Arlington Sun Gazette: “Ellipse Art Review” by Ryan Self, July 28, 2004
Channel 71: Arlington Public Television, “Around Town”
The Washington Post Magazine: Dining, “Two for One” by Tom Sietsema. June 20, 2004
The Connection Newspaper: Alexandria Gazette Packet, “Restaurant Eve Review”, May, 2004
The Connection Newspaper: Alexandria Gazette Packet, “Profile: Capturing Food as Art”, March 11, 2004
The Connection Newspaper: Mt. Vernon Gazette Packet, “Profile: Capturing Food as Art”, March 11, 2004
Utah Public Radio, “Access Utah”, August 27, 2003
The Spectrum, “Let’s Eat!”, August 23, 2003
The Sampler, “The Mesa To Host Painter Maremi Hooff”, August 15, 2003
Élan, “Feature Article”; December 2001-January 2002
The Rockville Gazette, “Glenview Mansion Show Review”; February 14, 2001
City Paper, “Censored/Censured”, September 1990
The Evening Sun, “BAUHouse addresses Controversy”, September 1990
The Patriot, “Baltimore Show Seen as Protest”, September 1990
The Washington Post, “The Surprise is in the Stories”, September 1990
The Washington Post, “Update: Art Show Controversy”, May 1990
The Washington Post, “Uproar in the Court”, March 1990


Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ
JD Marriot, Washington, DC
DC Commission for the Arts, Wilson Building. Washington, DC
Eat Good Food: Restaurant Eve, Alexandria,VA
Arlington County and Arlington Arts Commission, Arlington,VA