Jessyca M Broekman


1- and 2-person exhitibions

  • Maine Jewish Museum, Portland, ME — 2019; Interpreting the Silence
  • PrimoSpazio, Foligno, Italy — 2012; Un Giro Dietro le Mura
  • Greenhut Galleries, Portland, ME — 2006; Ways of Working—Part I
  • Round Top Center for the Arts, Damariscotta, ME — 1998; Recent Works
  • University of Southern Maine, Portland, ME — 1996; Works on Paper
  • New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston, MA — 1996; Recent Works
  • Fort Point Arts Community, Boston, MA — 1987; Works on Paper

Selected group exhibitions

  • Gallery 808, Boston University, Boston, MA — October 2023; North American Print Biennial
  • Cove Street Arts, Portland, ME — 2023; Singular & Serial: Expanding the Circle
  • Maine Jewish Museum, Portland, ME — March 2022; Stories: Women in the Bible Through a Contemporary Book Arts Lens
  • Cove Street Arts, Portland, ME — September 2021; Peregrine @30
  • The Gallery at Penn College, Williamsport, PA — 2019; The Hundred Dresses Project
  • Green Lion Gallery, Bath, ME — 2018; Peregrine Press Artists
  • Haystack Mt. School Community Gallery, Deer Isle, ME — 2017; Art of the Hand-Pulled Print: Peregrine Press at 25
  • Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA, Portland, ME — 2017; The Unity of Opposites: a Peregrine Press and Zea Mays Printmaking Collaboration
  • Portland Public Library, Lewis Gallery, Portland, ME — 2016; Art of the Hand-Pulled Print: Peregrine Press at 25
  • River Arts, Damariscotta, ME — 2016; Flowers
  • Fountain Street Gallery, Framingham, MA — 2015; Terrain: Finding Elusive Ground
  • Hamilton College Art Center, Clinton, NY — 2015; All Kirkland Reunion
  • Curry College, Milton, MA — 2015; Absence & Presence: A Printmaking Response to the Bombing of Al-Mutanabbi Street
  • River Arts, Damariscotta, ME — 2015; Abstract
  • Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery, Center Sandwich, NH — 2014; Adventures in Printmaking
  • Irvine Gallery, Kennebunk, ME — 2014; Print, Paper, Ink
  • Engine, Biddeford, ME — 2014; New Ink: Work from the Peregrine Press
  • UNE Art Gallery, Portland, ME — 2013; New Acquisitions
  • Print:MKE Southern Graphics Council Conference, Milwaukee, WI — 2014; Local Conditions: Peregrine Press Portfolio
  • Rose Contemporary, Portland, ME — 2012; Print/Counter Print  Prints from the Peregrine Press and Zea Mays Printmaking
  • Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery, Center Sandwich, NH — 2011; Flat File Prints & The Peregrine Press Portfolio
  • Portland Public Library, Lewis Gallery, Portland, ME — 2011; Dunia Moja/One World  Collaborative prints by Peregrine Press and Zanzibar artists
  • George Marshall Store Gallery, York, ME — 2010; Common Thread  Invitational group show
  • Art House Gallery, Portland, ME — 2010; Found Group show
  • Greenhut Galleries, Portland, ME — 2009; Above & Below Invitational group show
  • University of New England Art Gallery, Portland, ME — 2009; New Works from the Permanent Collection
  • Saco Museum, Saco, ME — 2007; Prints from the Peregrine Press
  • Reed Fine Art Gallery, Presque Isle ME — 2006; Maine Print Project
  • George Marshall Store Gallery, York, ME — 2005; The Art of the Print
  • Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME — 1998; Abstraction X3
  • Chinese Cultural Institute, Boston, MA — 1996; New England Today—NEFA Works on Paper Recipients
  • Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME — 1995; Perspectives: A Sense of Place — Invitational exhibition for 7 Maine Artists
  • Congress Square Gallery, Portland, ME—1993; Gallery Artists
  • Gleason Fine Art, Boothbay Harbor, ME—1992; Abstractions, 4 Women
  • Icon Gallery, Brunswick, ME—1991; Chairs
  • Turtle Gallery, Deer Island, ME—1990; Vessels
  • Wren Gallery, Vineyard Haven, MA—1989; Works in Paper
  • Duxbury Art Complex & Museum, Duxbury, MA—1987; Paperworks '87— New England Papermakers
  • The Artful Hand Gallery, Boston, MA—1986/87; Dimensions in Paper
  • New Zone Gallery, Eugene, OR—1985; Out of Town Show
  • Maine Coast Artist's, Rockport, ME—1983; Annual Open Juried Show


  • 2023 Monson Arts residency
  • 2017, 2016 Heliker-LaHotan Foundation—Great Cranberry Island Residency
  • 2001 Vermont Studio Center—One month residency with scholarship
  • 1996 Nominnee to the Asian Cultural Council—Arcus Residency in Japan
  • 1994 New England Foundation for the Arts—NEA Regional Program for the Visual Arts
       – Works on Paper Award
  • 1988 Yaddo Fellow


  • Art Student's Leagure, New York, NY;
        1981—Drawing Class Monitor;
        1982—Printmaking (Printer's assistant)
  • Hamilton/Kirkland Colleges, Clinton, NY; 1980—BA Degree;
        Concentration in Drawing & Printmaking
  • Art Institute of Boston, Boston, MA; Visiting Student 1978—79


Works are included in the permanent collections of The Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Art Museum, NY Public Library, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, University of New England Art Gallery, Wheaton College, New Britain Museum of American Art, Colby College Museum of Art, and Peck School of the Arts, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, as well as the Wainwright Bank and Trust, and LEK Partnership Corporate Collections, and have been included in the DeCordova Museum Corporate Loan Program. Works are also included in private collections throughout the U.S. and in Italy, Great Britain, Australia, Singapore, and Japan.