Mac Squires probably painted over five hundred paintings over a twenty-year period. Only a handful remain within her family. All the rest were sold, primarily at her exhibitions.

Almost every year from 1969 on, Mac would have at least one solo exhibition, ultimately mounting more than 30 over the years.  The primary galleries where she showed her work were the Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan; the Wilton Gallery; the Wilton Public Library; the Munson Galleries (Nantucket, Chatham, New Haven, and Sante Fe); the Ragged Sailor, Block Island; the Walker Gallery, Darien; the Rive Gauche Gallery, Darien; the Branchville Soho Gallery of Contemporary Art; the Spook Farm Gallery, Far Hills; the Rive Gauche Gallery, Denver; and the Schoolhouse Gallery, Sanibel Island. (When known, even if tentatively, the locations of exhibitions are included for each year and painting in the image archive.)

Her work was also shown in New York at the National Academy of Design, the National Arts Club, the Riverside Museum, and the Morris Gallery; at the Museum of Fine Arts in Springfield, Massachusetts; at the Hartford Atheneum; and at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, Massachusetts.

Mac Squires had her last exhibition at the Munson Gallery, Chatham, in the summer of 1981.  She died that December.  In April of the following spring, a memorial exhibition, including many works from this archive, was held at the Wilton Public Library.


Robert Squires, J. Andrew Squires, Jenny Squires Wilker, and Conrad Squires at the memorial exhibition, April 1982. The portrait of Mac is by Jenny Wilker.