SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AND COLLECTIONS


ONE PERSON SHOWS –
“Musical Expressionism,” Hunt Gallery, Mary Baldwin University, Staunton, VA,.2019;
“Cultural Abstractions”, Academy of Fine Art, Lynchburg, VA, 2014.
National Institute of Health, Building 10, Bethesda MD, 2009,
Martha Jefferson Hospital, Charlottesville, Virginia, 2009,
Child Savers Building, Richmond, Virginia, 2009
“New Works” 312 Gallery Richmond, Virginia, 2009;
“African American Life & Legions” The Fine Arts Academy of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Virginia, 2006
“African American Faces and Flowers” The Gallery at Corporate & Museum Frame, Richmond, Virginia, 2005;
“Souls Of Black Folk” The Gallery at MCV Hospital, Richmond, VA, 2004,
“Noteworthy Images” The Gallery at Corporate & Museum Frame, Richmond, Virginia, 2004;
“Traditions and Legacies” The Gallery at Saint Mary’s Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, 2003;
“Retrospective 1971 – 2002” Meredith Gallery, Virginia State University, Petersburg VA, 2002
“The Art of P. Muzi Branch” Fraymart Gallery, Sandston, VA, 2001;
“People of Color”, Harrison Museum of African-American Culture, Roanoke, VA, 1999;
“The Art of P. Muzi Branch”, Allegheny Highlands Art Center, Clifton Forge, VA, 1997;
“The Blues People” Reggie’s, Richmond, VA, 1998;
“Branch and Johnson”, Saint Mary’s Hospital, Richmond, VA, 1998;
“The Art of P. Muzi Branch”, The Gallery at The Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 1996;
“Visual Music”, Crossroads, Richmond, VA, 1996;
“The Art of P. Muzi Branch”, North side Professional Building, Richmond, VA, 1996;
“Color Field Feelings” The Black History Museum and cultural Center of Virginia, 1995;
“The Art of P. Muzi Branch”, Saint Paul’s College, Lawrenceville, VA, 1995;
“Contamination of Previous Activity” Virginia Union University, Richmond, VA, 1995


GROUP SHOWS
“Stories and Histories” Hunt Gallery Mary Baldwin University, Staunton, VA 2024
“Black Fire” Okay Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2019;
“We Are BAAAR” Meredith Gallery, Virginia State University, Petersburg, VA 2018;
“Celebrate Richmond” Main Street Station Gallery, Richmond VA. 2018;
“History” VCU Health Gateway Gallery, January 2017;
“One Hit Wonders” Glave Kocen Gallery, Richmond VA, August 2017;
“Then and Now” Browne Art Studio in conjunction with Artober VA 2016;
“Congruent Images” Elegba Folklore Society Gallery, Richmond VA February, 2015
“Daydreaming” Walton Gallery, Petersburg, VA April, 2014;
“Artist of The Americas Touring Exhibition 2013 & 2014”
        Proskauer Rose, 1 International Pl, Boston, MA &
        Sears Corporate Office & Headquarters, IL 60179; African and African American Art:

"Jazz", Artist Demonstration, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, Feb. 2013;
Past & Present Corporate & Museum Frame May 6, 2011
Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, 2012 (Washington, DC) International Visions Gallery; 2012
“Figures & Abstraction” Armstrong/Slater Gallery Hampton University, Hampton, VA 2009;
“Black Renaissance” Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia, Richmond, VA 2007;
“Revolutionary Images” Elegba Folklore Society Gallery, Richmond, VA 2007;

“Small Work Invitational” The Rentz Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, 2006;
“Visualizing African American Culture” Capital One Corporate Offices, Goochland, Virginia, 2006; “2004 Cultural Exhibition”, Mattawoman Creek Art Center, Marbury, MD. 2004;
“Repeating Points”, Elegba Folklore Society, Richmond, 2003;
“National Art ProgramExhibition”, City Hall, Richmond, 2003;
“Rhythm, Color and Harmony”, Atelier Gallery, New York, New York, 2003;
“Jazz”, JVC Jazz Festival, H. & M. Art Gallery of Harlem, New York City, 2002;
“Lights of the World,” Imani Intergenerational Community Development Corporation, Inc. Richmond, Virginia, 2001;
“International Visual Arts Exhibition”, PANAFEST Festival, Ghana, West Africa, 1999;
“Why Jazz?” Benjamin Banniker/Frederick Douglas Museum, Annapolis, MD, 1999;
“Expanded Visions for Virginia Black Artists,” Daura Gallery, Dillard Fine Arts Center, Lynchburg College, 1997.


JURIED EXHIBITIONS
“The Art of Freedom” The Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia, Richmond VA 2024;
“The Fl3tcher Exhibit” The Reece Museum East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN 2023;
"Celebrating Black History Month Through Art", Crossroads Arts Center, Richmond VA 2023.
"First Friday", The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA 2023.
“Blackity, Black, Black”, McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, VA 2023.
"Arts of Soul 2022", National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center, Wilberforce, Ohio, 2022. "
The fifth annual Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms", Ohio History Connection, Columbus, Ohio. 2018;
“Carroll Harris Simms National Black Competition and Exhibition” African American Museum, Dallas, TX 2017;
“Mid Atlantic New Painting 2008” Ridderhof Martin Gallery, Mary Washington University, Fredericksburg, VA;
“Annual International Juried Exhibition” Hilton Head Art League Gallery, Hilton Head Island, SC, 2006;
“72nd  Annual International Juried Exhibition” Harrisburg Art Association Gallery, Harrisburg, PA, 2004,
“11th Annual International Juried Exhibition”, Laredo Center for the Arts, Laredo, Texas, 2003;
“12th Annual National Exhibition” Art Institute & Gallery, Salisbury, Maryland, 2003;
“26th Annual National Exhibition” Ashland Area Art Gallery, Ashland, Kentucky, 2003; Donald Early, Juror
“Visual Expressions”, JVC Jazz festival, New York City, 2001, Al Loving, Juror;

PUBLIC and CORPORATE COLLECTIONS
African American Museum, Dallas Texas; Bon Secure Hospital, Richmond, VA; VCU Health, Richmond, VA; Appomattox Regional Governor’s School for the Arts and Technology, Petersburg, VA; Richmond Community Hospital; Medical College of Virginia; SunTrust Bank; First Market Bank; The