- Postcards from the Floating World, an exhibition of recent stained glass works and oil pastel paintings at the Art Exchange in London, Ontario.
- Sculpture Exhibition Dream Box, at the Art Exchange in London, Ontario. This show consisted of ceramic and mixed media works. The title piece was acquired by the Woodstock Gallery in Woodstock, Ontario for its permanent collection.
- Stained glass screen, built with industrial glass and lead came, designed for the corner of a garden in Courtenay, B.C. This piece, along with the outdoor sculptures represent a growing interest in designing artwork for outdoor settings.
- Travelling group show where 19 London artists explored the significance of the Thames River to the City of Londo resulting in a catalogue called the River Project
- 1 person exhibition at McIntosh Gallery currarted by Catherine Elliot Shaw. 30 windows hung with artificial illumination see catalogue, “the Ridgeway Windows” accompanied by an illustrated catologue including critical essays by Ross Woodman, Dr. David Bentley and Patrick Burman.
- Time Has Three Dimensions: Group exhibition at the Eldon House Museum Property of Museum London guest curator Kirtley Jarvis
- Playing With Fire, group exhibition of contemporary stained glass presented by King’s College Centre for Creativity, University of Western Ontario, curated by Ted Goodden
- Perpetual Illuminations: A Book of Hours From London,and recent publication, Glory Boy,
- Glass Art Societies’ Annual Conference in Amsterdam, sponsored by Canadian Craft Federation, Heritage Canada and the Canada Council
- Self Portrait as the friendly Giant, group show of the permanent collection, McIntosh Art Gallery at the University of Western Ontario, curated by Arlene Kennedy
- I’ve Been Thinking About Greg, memorial stained glass window for Greg Curnoe, atMuseum London‘s retrospective of Cumoe’s work, Life and Stuff, curated by Robin Metcalfe
- 10 windows on permanent loan (collection of Terry Sefton) to mezzanine level Covent Garden MarketLondon, Ontario
- Perpetual Illuminations: A Book of Hours From London, opening exhibition of twelve stained glass panels created in collaboration with London writers for the Fred Landon Branch Library
- Ted Goodden: Local Colour, one person exhibition, part of the Studio Series Exhibitions, The MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, curated by Lee-Ann Martin
- 1998 Local Colour, one person exhibition at The London Regional Art and Historical Museum, London, Ontario
- 1997 Entrances, group show, Harbourfront Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
- 1994 The Glass Canvas, represented by four works in an international-exhibition at The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery in Waterloo, Ontario
- 1991 Twelfth Anniversary Exhibition International, group show at The Glass Art Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
- 1989 Museum London 1 person show 12 windows
- 1988-1989 The Glory Trap, a travelling show funded by the Ontario Crafts Council,featuring the artwork used as illustration in the children’s story of the same name. This exhibition traveled to Sarnia, Coburg, Cambridge, Hamilton, Kenora, Fort Francis, Stouffville, Chatham, Belleville, Ontario
- 1985 Thirty Six Views of Blackfriars Bridge, 12 stained glass windows installed at Centennial Hall main entrance. Also shown at The London Regional Art and Historical Museum
- 1981 Personal Image for Social Space,
- an exhibition taking the form of a catalogue, the outgrowth of a national competition for innovative ideas in the field of architectural art, juried by John C. Parkin, architect, Greg Curnoe, artist, and France Morin, editor Parachute Magazine
- 1980 Portfolio 80, group show, an exhibition of stained glass which traveled across Canada