Artist Daryl Thetford is currently featured in a solo show at the Art Museum at the University of Memphis’s Caseworks Gallery.  This show, Man’s Struggle to Evolve Before the End of Time” opened April 5th, 2014 and will run through June 28th, 2014.

Thetford also has an upcoming show at the University of Minnesota’s Coffman Gallery.  The four-person show at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, Colorado ” Reflections and Resolutions: Creating New Worlds in Digital Collage” which featured 12 of Thetford’s pieces ran from January, 2014  through March 8, 2014.


In 2013 Thetford was selected by Public Art Chattanooga and the Glass House Collective as one of four artists for a citywide public art project.

In 2012 Thetford was invited by director Patricia Lanza to participate in Digital Darkroom: Altered Realities, a slide show exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles. Thetford was one of 28 artists invited to participate in this invitation-only event which explored work “at the intersection of art and technology.”

Thetford’s work has also been featured museum and gallery exhibitions throughout the United States, including SOFA Contemporary, the Alexandria Museum of Art (Louisiana); the Knoxville Museum of Art (Tennessee); the Mobile Museum of Art (Alabama), the Museum of Anthropology of the University of California-Chico, the Hunter Museum of American Art, CreateHere, and the Association for Visual Arts (Chattanooga, Tennessee), the San Diego Art Institute, Urban Art Works (Alpharetta, Georgia), and Open Concept Gallery for the SMart Multimedia Festival (Grand Rapids, Michigan).

Thetford’s work is in private, public, and corporate collections, including those of the Menard Financial Group in Houston, Texas, the Mullins Group and Hotel Red in Madison, Wisconsin, the National Security Agency in Collierville, Tennessee, the mayor’s office in the city of Hoover, Alabama, and Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Iowa.

In 2012, Thetford had solo exhibitions at the Jung Center in Houston, Texas, the Kennedy-Douglas Center for the Arts in Florence, Alabama, and Tanner-Hill Gallery in Chattanooga. In 2011, his Art in Motion “Urban Landscape” design was one of five selected from a pool of 38 entries for a project sponsored by Public Art Chattanooga, an initiative to wrap Chattanooga’s downtown electric shuttles and thereby transform them into mobile, public works of art. Also in 2011, Thetford’s work was shown at Art Dallas, represented by Tanner-Hill Gallery in Chattanooga. Lastly, his photograph, “Money,” was featured in the June 2011 issue of Twill, an international trilingual magazine based in Paris, France.