One-man exhibition, Paintings on Biblical Subjects, Truro Church, Fairfax, VA, summer, 2010.
One-man exhibition:  Grace in the Time of Need, Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, PA, 16 March – 15 May, 2010.
One-man exhibition:  Marxhausen Gallery of Art, Concordia University, Seward, Nebraska, 2009.
One-man exhibition: Our Visual Legacy Conference, St. Andrews Church, Mount Pleasant, SC, September, 2009.
Exhibited: Peter’s Vision and The Annunciation to the Shepherds, Truro Church, Fairfax, VA, 2009.
One-man exhibition: Edward Knippers: Fear Naught But God, White Stone Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, 2008
Invitational: BODY OF CHRIST, A Juried Exhibition Sponsored by the Washington Theological Consortium, Dadian Gallery, Washington, DC, 2007.
One-man exhibition:  Grazia e violenza nelle storie della Bibbia, Palazzo dei Sette during the Festa Della Palombella (founded by the Monaldeschi in 1404) and the Corpus Christi Festival, Orvieto, Italy, 2007.
Exhibited:  Decent from the Cross, Truro Church, Fairfax, VA, Good Friday 2007.
One-man exhibition: Washington Theological Union, Tacoma Park, MD  2007.
The first recipient of the Knippers Award in Painting, established by Christians in Visual Arts to be given for distinction in painting in keeping with the purposes of CIVA, 2005.
Invitational:  A Broken Beauty:  Figuration, Narrative and the Transcendent in North American Art, The Laguna Beach Museum of Art, 2005.
Invitational:  The Next Generation: Contemporary Expressions of Faith, The Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA), New York City, Fall, 2005.
Narrative in Contemporary Art, three person show with Sandra Bowden and Karen Swenholt, Foxhall Gallery, Washington, DC, 2005.
One-man exhibition, Brehm Center, Fuller Seminary, Pasadena, CA, 2004.
Matter of Spirit, two-person show with Carolyn Hisle, Lexington Art League, Lexington, KY, 2004.
One-man show, Black Creek Arts Council, Hartsville, SC, 2004.
One-man exhibition, Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church, Washington, DC, 2003.
One-man exhibition, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, 2002
One-man exhibition, University of Dallas for the Trinity Conference, The Life of Christ in 50 Paintings, Dallas, TX, June 2002.
One-man exhibition, Esther Allen Greer Museum Gallery, University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande, OH, Spring 2001.
Like a Prayer:  A Jewish and Christian Presence in Contemporary Art, a group invitational, Tryon Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC, Winter 2001, catalogue.
Anno Domini:  Jesus Through the Centuries, Exploring the Heart of Two Millennia, a survey of Christian Art, The Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2000-2001, catalogue.
One-man exhibition, Urban Art Institute, Chattanooga, TN, 2000.
Infinity and Grace, Works by Ed Knippers, one-man show at two sites:  The Municipal Gallery of the Greater Denton Arts Council and Trinity Presbyterian Church, Denton, TX, 2000.
One-man show, Biblical Arts Center, Dallas, TX, 2000 (mounted but closed)
The Naked Truth, Biblical Paintings by Edward Knippers, one-man show, Mill River Gallery, Ellicott City, Maryland, 1999.
Anacostia: Hope in the City, an invitational exhibition for racial reconciliation in Washington, DC, 1999.
Hope in the City, An exhibition for Black History Month, An interracial invitational exhibition, Union Station, Washington DC, 1999.
One-man exhibition, Biola University, La Marada, CA., l998.
Two-person exhibition, Gallery W, Sacramento, CA., l998.
Passionate Grace: Recent Works By Edward Knippers, one-man show, Biblical Arts Center, Dallas TX, September-November 1997.
Search for the Spiritual, Invitational, Depree Art Center and Gallery, Hope College,
Holland, MI, also traveling to Eric Dean Gallery, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN, 1997 (catalogue, work reproduced).
The Whereabouts of Beauty in the Late Twentieth Century Art, Invitational, Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, VA, 1997 (catalogue, work reproduced).
Art and Spirit, paintings by Edward Knippers and ceramics by Ampofo-Anti, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA, 1997.
Italian Influences: A Contemporary View, paintings by Edward Knippers and Sandra Bowden, Foxhall Gallery, Washington, DC, 1997.
Painter’s Painters Invitational, Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, Longwood College, Farmville, VA, April-May l995 (catalogue).
Invitational, The Gallery of Contemporary Art, University of Kentucky, Lexington, February 1995.
Spiritual Inquiry, a group invitational, Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL, February 1995.
Alumni Invitational in honor of the 200 Anniversary of the University of Tennessee, The C. Kermit Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, Knoxville, November 1994.
Art Sites6, A Multi-Site Area Exhibition in conjunction with the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, May 25 – July 2, 1994.
Prophet:  Studies in Form, Foxhall Gallery, two-person exhibition, Washington, DC, April 1994.
Group exhibition, Gallery Sotos, Thessaloniki, Greece, January 1994.
Violence and Grace, one-man exhibition, The University of Oklahoma Museum of Art, Norman, OK, 1990 (curator: Thomas R. Toperzer).
The Quick and the Dead, one-man exhibition, Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts, Roanoke, VA, 1990.
The Virginia Commission for the Arts’ 1990 Virginia Prize for Painting, third place (juror, Peter Morrin, Director of the J. B. Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky).
Best of Show, The Ellipse Competition, Arlington, VA, 1990 (juror: Jane Adams Allen, co-founder of the New Art Examiner).
The Virginia Commission for the Arts” 1989 Virginia Prize for Painting, honorable mention (juror:  Michiko Itatani, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago).
Fellowship Award, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, 1987.
Juror’s Award: Painting ’87, Arlington Arts Center (juror: Barbara Haskell, Curator of Paintings and Sculpture, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York).
Neo Expressionism, an invitational, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Winston Salem, NC, 1987 (curator: Richard Craven).
Spiritual Impact, The Paintings of Edward Knippers, The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, 1986-87 (curator: Frederick R. Brandt).
Memento Mori, a one-man exhibition, Arlington Arts Center, 1986 (curator: David Tannous).
Setting the Stage, a four-person show of environmental ensembles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1985-86 (curator: Howard N. Fox).
Juror’s Merit Award, “Juried Painting Exhibition,” Arlington Art Center, 1984 (juror:  Holly Soloman, Holly Soloman Gallery, New York).
Fresh Paint, Invitational Exhibition of 30 Kentucky painters organized by the Kentucky Arts Commission, touring 1977-79.
Watercolor Invitational, J. B. Speed Museum, Louisville, KY, 1977.
Prize of Salzburg (printmaking), International Summer Academy of the Fine Arts (Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Vision), Salzburg, Austria, 1976.
One-man exhibition (1975), two-man exhibition (1978), Patmos Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
One-man exhibition, Tennessee Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood, Nashville, 1974.
Awarded one-man exhibition, Tennessee Painting and Sculpture Competition, 1973  (juror: Allan D’Arcangelo).
Featured speaker at the Brehm Center Arts Festival, Fuller Seminary, Pasadena, CA, April 2004.
Plenary Speaker, Trinity Conference on Honest Work; Paper:  Honest Work, Honest Discrimination, University of Dallas, June 2002.
The Glen Workshop, An Image Summer Institute, instructor in figure drawing, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, NM, August 2000.
The Glen Workshop, An Image Summer Institute, instructor in figure drawing, Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, NM, August 1999.
Conference Speaker, “Engaging Culture Through the Arts,” San Francisco, CA, May 1999.
Symposium Speaker, “The Role of Narrative and Truth in Contemporary Painting,” Union Station, Washington, DC, February 1999.
Lecture, “Why Paint Now,” Crosshatch Symposium, Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA., 1998.
“Is Painting Dead?”, The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, panel participant, General Meeting of the Docents, l997.
Participant, “Art Village” International Symposium, Nea Fokea, Greece, September 1-27, 1993, through a grant from the Arts America Program (USIA).
Participant and co-organizer, “Florence Portfolio,” a collaborative printmaking project with six other artists, Florence, Italy, July 1993.
“The New Spirituality in Art,” The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, panel participant, General Meeting of the Docents, 1988.