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Duwamish River Artist Residency at Oxbow Gallery, 2020

 

Upcoming: 

Solo Show at UW Towers October 2020

Duwamish Artist Residency at Oxbow Gallery, Georgetown, August/
September 2020

Duwamish Artist Residency 2019

 

What I am currently working on inside and outside the studio (aka Instagram): 


Select Shows & Residencies

Upcoming:

2020

  • UW Towers, Seattle WA, Solo Show

  • Oxbow Gallery, Duwamish River Artist Residency, Seattle WA

2018 

2017

2016

  • INDEX: Freiraum, Artist Residency, Zurich, Switzerland

  • Curatorial Project:: Confluence: The Duwamish Project: Columbia City Gallery

  • Occasional Gallery, Burlington WA

  • COCA 35 Live, Seattle, WA

2015

  • Art of the City, Falling TK Building, Seattle Wa

  • Calypte Gallery, The Repeated Image, Seattle, Wa

  • Duwamish Residency, Gallery4Culture, Seattle, WA

  • Zeitgeist, 56 Faces, Seattle, WA

2014

2013

  • North Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA Duwamish Residency Work

  • SAM Rental Gallery: Artist's Choice, Seattle, WA

  • Gage Academy of Art - Constant Image, Seattle, WA

  • Zeitgeist, Wrestlers Seattle, WA

2012

  • Washington State Convention Center, Constant Image, Seattle, WA

  • Buchanan Art Center, Constant Image, Monmouth Il: America: Now and Here

  • Residency, Seattle Duwamish Residency, Seattle, WA

2011

  • Eidelauer Picture Club (Solo Show) Wrestlers, Seattle, WA

  • Werkschau, Koserow, Germany

  • Atelier Niemeyer Holstein Residency, Usedom, Germany

2010

  • Residency, Port Townsend

more shows/press/catalogs upon request

Press: 

2014 Gallery4Culture March gallery exhibit shines a light on the Duwamish Artist Residency by ESTHER LUTTIKHUIZEN 

2015 Vanguard Seattle: Capitol Hill Preview by David Strand

2015 Power Lines: Historic Georgetown Steam Plant Inspires Art Exhibition 

2015 Exhibition Catalog: Duwamish Residency: Artifact and Process:  a group art show by the Duwamish Residency at Gallery4Culture, Seattle Washington. Curated by Sharon Arnold.

Recent Show: Perry Carlson Gallery

Mount Vernon, WA

Show ran Nov. 4th - 30th, 2017

The work in this show is based on observational drawings I made of crane barges along the Duwamish River in Seattle over the past six years. Massive in scale, graphic in shape, these vessels are markers in the industrial landscape. Using a process of iteration and methodical exploration I've created deconstructed images in various techniques, including, monoprints, transfers, soft sculpture, and foam cutouts

Monoprint