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2012 MFA Visual Studies, Pacific Northwest College of Art. Portland, Oregon.
2008 BFA Painting, minor Art History, Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University (IUPUI), Indianapolis, Indiana.
2007 Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art; Brittany, France.
SOLO and TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Garbage. 10th West Gallery, Indianapolis, IN. September, 2018.
Image: Intention and Accident. James Harris Gallery, Seattle, Washington. January.
Seven Paintings. Aalto Lounge, Portland, OR. October-November, 2013.
Selected Paintings. James Harris Gallery, Seattle, Washington. September, 2013.
Hang On, I’m Spitballing. Stumptown Coffee, Downtown Portland, OR. April, 2013.
I offer so much, But commit to so little. Fireplace Gallery at Mt Hood Community
College. Gresham, OR. March, 2013.
SHOWROOM The Lodge Gallery at Allied Works Architecture, Portland, OR. September, 2011.
Artlink Regional Exhibition, Artlink Contemporary Art Gallery, Fort Wayne, IN. January-February 2019
One Year at 10th West, 10th West Gallery, Indianapolis, IN. January, 2019.
I’m a painter, in my dreams, you know, Phoenix Theatre;
Indianapolis, IN; May-June 2018.
TINY VII; The Year of Vonnegut, Gallery 924 @ Arts Council of Indianapolis;
Indianapolis, IN; December 2017.
SALI National Abstract Annual, Garfield Park Arts Center, Indianapolis, IN. October
2017. (Juried; 1st place award recognition).
RED, Stutz Art Gallery, Indianapolis, IN. February 2017.
Arts Council of Indianapolis High Art Billboard Project. 12 month public art project Sept 2016 - August 2017
New American Paintings, Pacific Coast #121. December/January 2015/16
Stumptown Coffee HQ Art Project. Selected as Exhibiting Artist for the year. Work displayed at company HQ facilities/offices in Portland, OR. January-October 2014.
James Harris Gallery booth, Seattle Affordable Art Fair, Seattle, WA. November, 2013.
CoCA 2012 Annual, Juried by MK Guth. Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA. January-March, 2013.
Considering How Exaggerated Music Is. Seattle Affordable Art Fair booth. curated by Arnold Kemp, chair of Graduate Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; November 2012.
MFA Thesis Exhibition, PNCA Commons, Portland, OR. May, 2012.
The First Cut Is the Deepest, Disjecta Interdisciplinary Art Center, Portland, OR. July.
40/40 Vision, Cultural Arts Gallery, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN. June, 2009.
Momentary Dynamism Alchemy Art and Aesthetics, Indianapolis, IN. May, 2007.
2018-2019 10th West Gallery, Indianapolis, IN
2013-2015 James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA
AWARDS, PUBLIC ART, RESIDENCIES, AND NOMINATIONS
2017 Juror’s 1st place award, SALI National Abstract Annual, Indianapolis, IN
2016 Arts Council of Indianapolis High Art Billboard Project. Sept 2016 - August 2017
2015 Nomination for the Brink Award, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington.
2014 Nomination for the Alice C. Cole ’42 Memorial Fellowship, Wellesley College
2012 Recipient of PNCA MFA in Visual Studies Department Award
Commencement Speaker for PNCA MFA Visual Studies Graduates
Sequel Residency Award for three month studio residency in Portland, Oregon.
2011 Nomination for the Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant Program.
Merit Scholarship, Pacific Northwest College of Art
2010 Merit Scholarship, Pacific Northwest College of Art
Dan Grossman, “Make Art About the Space Above Us”, Nuvo, Feb. 5th, 2017. http://www.nuvo.net/arts/visual_arts/making-art-about-and-in-the-space-above-us/article_1c5ee867-df04-523a-aa7c-4278def829e7.html
Nina Bozicnik, “Juror’s Comments”, New American Paintings, Issue 121. December 2015
Erin Langner, “Best In Show: Painting Highlights from Seattle’s Affordable Art Fair,” New American Paintings (blog), accessed Nov. 13, 2013: http://www.newamericanpaintings.com/blog/best-show-painting-highlights-seattle’s-affordable-art-fair
Jen Graves, “Touching Things: Trash-Can Ceramics and a Pile of Paintings”, The Stranger, September 11, 2013, http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=17715515
Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art, Pont Aven, France.
Works held in private collections in Washington, Oregon, and California.
TEACHING and PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Adjunct Professor, Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University, Drawing I, Drawing II, 2D Design and Color Theory, Beginning Drawing for non-majors.
Adjunct Instructor, Art Institute of Indianapolis, Observational Drawing, Life Drawing, Fundamentals of Design.
Gallery Assistant, Fine Estate Art, Indianapolis, IN. Role: Frame Shop management, custom framing, art restoration, sales, spreadsheet databases, website administration, photo documentation, social media.
2015 Instructor, Oregon College of Art and Craft Pre-College workshops. Drawing with Handmade Color Inks and Paints. Grades 9-12. Hand-made media include: shellac binder (ink); gum arabic binder (watercolor, gouache); egg tempera. Portland, Oregon
Volunteer, P:ear–an organization that addresses youth homelessness by offering youth creative mentorship and support. Portland, Oregon.
Instructor in Community Education, Mt Hood Community College, Experiments in Drawing, Gresham, OR.
2014 Mentor Faculty – PNCA MFA Visual Studies mentor program. Weekly contact hours with a current MFA candidate, providing guidance, support, and assessing progress for the duration of the winter/spring semester.
Instructor, Oregon College of Art and Craft Summer workshops, Thinking Like An Artist. Grades 9-12. Foundational techniques in drawing, 2D design, and painting.
2012 Lecture, Washington State University, Vancouver, WA. Painting Practice in Historical Context.
Guest Critic, Low Residency MFA in Visual Studies Pacific Northwest College of Art.
2011 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Pacific Northwest College of Art. Life/Figure Drawing,
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Pacific Northwest College of Art. Techniques of the Masters.
Lecture, The Language of Color Space, Pacific Northwest College of Art.
Volunteer, Summer Art for youth grades 1-5 at Kateri Park affordable/refugee housing,