2020        Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Niceville (Pensacola), FL, Jan. 27 – Feb. 28, 2020
2019         Leepa-Rattner Museum, St. Petersburg College, Tarpon Springs, FL Oct. 6, 2019 – Jan. 5, 2020
2019          Stetson University Gallery & Museum, DeLand, FL, May-August
2019          Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon, GA, January 18-April 14
2017          Nightjar, Underdonk, Bushwick, curated by Ashley Garrett, Brooklyn, NY
2013          7 Artifacts, Big Head of Julia & Foot, John Davis Gallery, Hudson, NY
2010          Jesse, Louisiana Artworks, New Orleans, LA
2008-09  In the Garden: 10 Public Sculptures, LIU, Brooklyn, NY
2008          Sculpture for New Orleans, Travelers, Audubon Park, New Orleans, LA
2007          Travelers and Tomashi Head, Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY
2006-07  Big Jeff, Piero’s Jesus, & Aaron, Sculpture Invitational, Columbus, IN
2005        Ghosts, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, PA
2005        Changing Tides, Municipal Arts Society, New York
2002        Sacred Matter, Smack Mellon Gallery, “Lost and Found Souls”, Brooklyn
2002        Maurice Arlos Gallery, “Revelations”, New York
2001         Coney Island Reliefs, Out of Storage, L.I.U., Salena Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1999         Drawings and Paintings, The Bond Market, New York, NY
1997         Angels in Conflict, Biblioteca Nationale, Drawings from the Book, Turin, Italy
1997         New Acquisitions, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
1996         The Queens Museum, Bulova Space, Queens, NY
1996         Group Show, Monique Knowlton, Group Show, New York, NY
1995         MTA Arts for Transit, Paine Webber Gallery, and the Museum at Stony Brook, NY
1994         Retrospective, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, Pa.
1995         LedisFlam Gallery, New York
1993         LedisFlam Gallery, New York
1992-93  Deborah Masters/Hollis Jeffcoat, Marie St. Pierre Gallerie, Montreal, Canada
1992         Deborah Masters, Brooklyn Union Gas, Brooklyn, NY
1990         LedisFlam Gallery, New York
1990         Sculptors Draw the Nude, Louise Ross Gallery, New York,  NY
1990         Circle, Art at Gateway, The Prudential, Newark, NJ
1990         In Honor of Mary, Bill Bace Gallery, New York, NY
1990         Humboldt State University, Humboldt, CA
1990         Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY
1989         The Dark Side of the Moon, Installation, Snug Harbor Sculpture Festival,  Staten Island, NY
1989         In A Dark Vein, The Sculpture Center, New York, NY
1989         The Urban Figures Show, The Whitney Museum at Phillip Morris, New York, NY
1988         LedisFlam Gallery, New York
1988         Pond Virgins, “The Sculpture Walk,” Prospect Park, Brooklyn

2013-15          7 Artifacts, Kinderhook Farm, Ghent, NY
1994- 2012   Coney Island Reliefs, MTA, Ocean Avenue Viaduct, Coney Island, NY
2009                 Snake Lady, Xavier University, New Orleans LA
2007-16         Travelers, Storm King Art Center, 2007, and Audubon Park, New Orleans, LA
2008                 Jesse, East Brunswick, NJ 2007, Manhattan Bridge relief
2006                 Frida, Hudson River Sculpture Trail, Haverstraw Landing, NY
2001                 Walking New York, Immigration Hall Reliefs, 350’ of reliefs, JFK Intl Airport Terminal 4
2001                The Cyclone, Long Island University Sculpture Garden, Brooklyn, NY
1988                Indian Head, Nantucket, MA, 1999 & Jesse, Nantucket, MA 1988, Male Mask, Nantucket
1997                Florence, Ashville, NC
1996                Lake Bracciano, Saratoga, NY
1996                Death Mask, Anza, CA
1992-03         Park Mother, Reservoir Park, Harrisburg, PA
1990-01         Three Sisters, & The Monolith Project and Sculpture Garden, CSU Chico, CA
1990                Three Backs, Washington, CT
1987                 Angel in Flight, Penn State Sculpture Garden, Middletown, PA

1977-1979   New York Studio School
1974                 B.F.A. Bryn Mawr College, Cum Laude

2001            Best Public Art of 2001 for Walking New York, JFK Airport, Terminal 4, Immigration Hall
2002            Municipal Arts Society, New York
2012            Brooklyn Borough President declared April 30th, Deborah Masters’ Day in perpetuity