A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design (BFA – Graphic Design) and the University of Georgia (MFA – Drawing & Painting), Troy Wingard has dedicated much of his career to creating art and sharing what he has personally discovered about its development and promotion. His work addresses questions centering on identity, culture, and individualism within a modern context. 

Troy's drawings, sculptures, and public art installations have been featured in numerous venues throughout the United States, as well as solo exhibitions in over 14 academic institutions such as Duke University, Grambling State University, the University of South Carolina-Aiken, The University of Mobil, and Coastal Carolina University, among others.  His works have been exhibited internationally, including invitational and solo exhibitions in Havana, Cuba; Budapest, Hungary; Camagüey, Cuba, and Tel Aviv, Israel.  Troy was also the featured artist in the nationally syndicated magazine, The Pastel Journal, and his work has been nationally showcased in two separate editions of New American Paintings.

Begining in 2007, Troy taught studio art and seminar courses as a full-time instructor with Southeastern Louisiana University's Department of Visual Art, as well as serving as the department's  foundation coordinator and undergraduate coordinator.  In 2012,  he was hired as a full-time instructor and program coordinator the for the School of Design at the Art Institute of Washington-Dulles.  For several seasons, he also served as program coordinator, faculty manager, and adjunct professor for the University of Georgia's Latin America Study Abroad Art (LASA) Program where he taught observational drawing, painting, and figure drawing in countries and locales such as Cuba, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and the Galapagos Islands. 

In 2018, Troy completed post-graduate studies in Arts Management through the University of Massachusetts-Amherst while working in Israel for two years as an artist and lecturer. His research utilized prominent Israeli art organizations as case studies to examine the nonprofit arts management systems and ideologies between the State of Israel and the United States.

Troy currently resides in Northern Virginia with his wonderful wife Kathy and their two cats. He is also proud to be the son of Terry and Hope Wingard.



(solo exhibitions are denoted in RED & public installations are in BLUE)

• (Scheduled for 2020) Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD  
2018 "GLORY" — The 
Machon Hamayim/Givatayim City Gallery, Givatayim, ISRAEL
2018 "Dr. Fischer Art for Peace Collection" — ZOA Gallery, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL
2018 “DSI Art Exhibition” — Ambassador's Residence of India, Herzliya Pituach, ISRAEL
2017 "INDELIBLE MARKS" — Green Gallery Group, Arsuf Kedem, ISRAEL
2017 “DSI Art Exhibition” — Ambassador's Residence of the European Union, Herzliya Pituach, ISRAEL
2016 American Recreation Center, Kfar Shmaryahu, ISRAEL
2015 IPAR-Initiative for Public Art Reston (Chalkfest Event), Reston, VA
2013 Coastal Carolina University, Conway SC
• 2012 Louisburg College, Louisburg NC
2012 “Ai Faculty Exhibition” — Art Institute of Washington-DullesSterling VA

• 2012 Bluefield College, Bluefield VA
2011 “ATC Exhibition” — Richmond Art Gallery,  British Columbia CANADA

• 2011 Duke University, Durham NC
2011 “Up The Ante — CA Resident Artists & Friends” — The Creative Alliance Residency, Baltimore MD
2011 "Biennial Exhibition” — Roanoke College (Juror: Carter Foster, Whitney Museum of American Art), Roanoke VA
2010 “Drawing Discourse National Exhibition” — University of North Carolina-AshevilleAsheville NC
• 2010 Cecil College, North East MD
2010 “Following the Impulse: from Line to Form” — Hammond Regional Art Center, Hammond LA

2010 “Southeastern Annual Fine Art Showcase” — Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond LA

• 2010 University of South Carolina, Aiken SC
2010 "Valdosta National Exhibition” — Valdosta State UniversityValdosta GA
• 2009 University of Mobile, Mobile AL
• 2009 Grambling State University, Grambling LA
2009 “Crazy Eights” — St. Tammany Art Center,  Covington LA
2009 “National Juried Exhibition” — The University of Mobile, Mobile AL (3rd Place Award)
• 2009 “9 x 12 Exhibition” — Fort Worth Arts CenterFort Worth TX
2009 “Faculty Exhibition” — Southeastern Louisiana UniversityHammond LA
• 2008 City of North Charleston, Charleston SC
• 2008 Chapel Hill Public Arts Commission, Chapel Hill NC
2007 “Drawings on Paper” — Alejo Carpentier Galeria de Arte, Camagüey CUBA
• 2007 Coker College, Hartsville SC
• 2007 “International Print Exhibition" — Taller Experimental Graphica, Havana CUBA

2006 “Signals from Central Europe” — Central EU Gallery, Budapest HUNGARY

2006 31st National Juried Exhibition — Anderson Arts CenterAnderson SC (Merit Award)
2006 "Positive/Negative Twenty-One” — East Tennessee University, Johnson City TN
• 2006 "Hungarian Multicultural Residency Exhibition" — Budapest HUNGARY

• 2005 University of Georgia, Athens GA
• 2005 "2005 MFA Exhibition" — Georgia Museum of Art, Athens GA
• 2005 “The Lyndon House 30th Juried Exhibition — Athens GA (Honorable Mention)
• 2005 Domingo Ravenet Galeria de Arte — Havana CUBA
2005 "Works on Paper" — Spruill Gallery, Atlanta GA
• 2005 "College Art Association Regional MFA Exhibition" — Lowe Gallery, Atlanta GA
2005 "The Blended Family" — The Georgia Society of Contemporary Painters, Athens GA

• 2004 Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta GA
2004 "Introductions" — The UpDown Gallery,  Athens GA
2004 "Let Freedom Ring “ — OCAF Fine Arts Center,  Watkinsville GA
• 2004 "The Steak Show" — The Georgia Society of Contemporary Painters, Athens GA
• 2004 "National Juried Exhibition" — Piccolo Spoleto, Charleston SC
• 2004 "The Pin-Up Show" — Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia - Atlanta GA
• 2004 "Savannah Sidewalk Festival" — Savannah, GA
• 2004 "Remember My Name: Eight Emerging Southeastern Artists" — Momus Gallery, Atlanta GA
2004 "Contemporary Focus: Mirroring the Creative Self" — Earle B. Newton Center Museum for British and American Studies, Savannah GA

• 2003 "North Georgia Artists" — Georgia Humanities Center for the Arts, Tallulah Falls GA
2003 Lamar Dodd School of Art Graduate Exhibition — Athens, GA
• 2002 Exhibit A Gallery, Savannah GA
• 2002 Artista Vista Group Exhibition, Columbia, SC
• 2002 City Art Gallery, Columbia SC
• 2002 Vista Studios 80808 Gallery, Columbia SC
• 2001 The Red Gallery (Invitational), Savannah GA
• 2001 "AboutFace, An Artists' Group Exhibition" — Columbia, SC       

• 2000 "Arts on the River National Juried Exhibition" — Savannah GA (Best of Show)
• 2000 “Kaleidescape — City of Columbia, Columbia SC

2000 “Convergence of Excellence” — Pinnacle Gallery, Savannah GA


• ZOA Gallery — Art For Peace Permanent Collection, Tel Aviv ISRAEL
• Louisburg CollegePermanent Collection, Louisburg NC

• Alejo Carpentier Galeria de Arte Universal, Camagüey CUBA
• Taller Experiamental Graphica, Havana CUBA
• Hungarian Multi-Cultural Center, Budapest HUNGARY
Georgia Southern University — Betty Foy Sanders Art Collection, Statesboro GA
• Savannah College of Art and Design — Permanent CollectionSavannah GA
• Southeastern Louisiana University — President’s Collection,  Hammond LA