Resume

Highlights

  • 2017 – “Source” January 9 – March 24. Oregon State University, Corvallis Oregon. The Little Gallery. Curated by Helen Wilhelm,World Cultures and Languages.” Illustrations for Whisper – Children’s book – Author, Darren Reiley.
  • 2006 – June – Grant Recipient/William T. Coville Memorial Grant: Ceramics workshop.
  • 1996 – February 27-By invitation, artist attends reception at the U.S. State Department, Washington D.C. Art in the Embassies Program, U.S. State Department. Artwork in the U.S. Embassy, San Salvador, El Salvador.
  • 1988 – “Nuclear Visions” Oregon Coast Council for the Arts & National Endowment for the Arts juried show. Show tour- the United States and Canada 1988/1991.
  • “Oregon Born” juried show-Oregon Arts Commission.Governor’s Chambers and reception,Oregon State Capitol, Salem, Oregon. June/July.
  • “Victorian Christmas” Invitational show by the Governor’s staff, State Capitol Salem, Oregon, December-January.
  • 1980 – Silver medal. New York International Film Festival. Filmstrip – Harcourt, Brace & Jovanocich Publishing Co. San Francisco, Ca. Educational Division
  • 1976 – Bronze medal. New York International Film Festival. Filmstrip – Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich Publishing Co. San Francisco, Ca. Educational Division
  • 1974 – Gold Medal, New York International Film Festival. Filmstrip – Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich Publishing Co. San Francisco, Ca. Educational Division

Resumé in chronological order

  • 2017 ~ Illustrated the children’s book, Whisper. Author, Darren Reiley. November, 2017.
  • 2017 ~ “Earth & Sky” with Jay Ylvisaker. Rowboat Gallery, Pacific City, Oregon. November 11.
  • 2017 ~ Sitka Invitational. Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. Miller Hall, World Forestry Center, Portland, Oregon. November 4-5.
  • 2017 ~ “Between Worlds”  Sculpture, Drawings and Paintings. Michael Parsons Fine Art, Portland, Oregon. September 6-30.
  • 2017 ~ “Source” Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Curated show ~ with Sandy Roumagoux, The Little Gallery. January 9 – March 24.
  • 2016 ~ Invitational. Art as Storytelling. Curated show, requesting Liisa’s ceramic sculpture. The Arts Center, Corvallis, Oregon. April-May, 2016.
  • 2015 ~ “Welcome Home” Paintings and ceramic sculpture. Rowboat Gallery, Pacific City, Oregon. July-September, 2015.
  • 2014 ~ “Holding the Vessel” Paintings and ceramic sculpture. Rowboat Gallery, Pacific City, Oregon. July-August, 2014.
  • 2012 ~ “The Art of Plankton” Invitational, group show. Work based on photographs of microscopic plankton by Professor Angelique White. July – August, 2012.
  • 2010 ~ “Responding to Elements of Space” Art Inspired by Beaver Creek Natural Area. Invitational, group show. Newport Visual Arts Center, Newport, Oregon. October-November 2010.
  • 2008 – “Grantitude 2” William T. Colville Memorial Foundation Show, Lincoln City Cultural Center, Oregon. May-June.2007 – “Grantitude” January 5. William T. Coville Memorial Foundation Show, Santa Barbara Ca.
  • 2006 – August – Show: Gottlieb Gallery, Portland Or.
  • 2005 – Sabbatical
  • 2004 – “Human Form Show” Newport Visual Arts Center,Newport, Or. June – August.
  • 2003 – “Cape Cod Summer” – Gottlieb Gallery, Portland, Oregon, June – July.
  • 2002 – “Paris Journal” – Gottlieb Gallery, Portland, Oregon, May – June.
  • Archer, O’Keefe and Rahkonen-Group Show, Newport Visual Arts Center, Oct – Nov.
  • 2001 – “View from the Heart” – Gottlieb Gallery, Portland, Oregon, June – July.
  • Claudia Chapline Gallery, group landscape show. March-April, Stinson Beach, Ca.
  • 2000 – “Day of Grace” Gottlieb Gallery-Portland, Oregon-May 1st-August 29th.
  • “Vessel-speak,” Triad Gallery: September – October, Seal Rock, Oregon.
  • 1999 – “In the Light.” Antoinette Hatfield Gallery-Portland, Oregon. June 2-August 31.
  • Guest Artist/Lincoln City Seventh Day Adventist School – tile wall installation project- grades 1 – 12., February-March. Lincoln City, Oregon.
  • “Turning Point” abstract painting and clay vessels, Newport Visual Arts Center August 6-29. Newport, Oregon.
  • 1998 – “Morning Walk.” Antoinette Hatfield Gallery-July 17-August 31.
  • 1997 – “A Sense of Place.” Antoinette Hatfield Gallery-July 15-August 31 – Portland, Oregon.
  • Local Color-Best in Show- Juried by Ellen Flacker/Oregon Arts Commission, Newport Oregon,Visual Arts Center, July 11 – August 3.
  • > 1996 – February 27-Artist attends reception at the U.S. State Department, Washington D.C. Arts in the Embassies Program.
  • “New Art/Northwest” Gallery 500, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. April 13-June 1.
  • 1995 – Group Show, Patricia Williams Gallery, November 25-December 9, Gleneden Beach, Or.
  • Artist in Residence – Children’s Hand painted Tile Wall installation ( 5 1/2′ x 9 1/2′) Neskowin Valley School, Neskowin, Oregon.
  • 1994 – Maveety Gallery show, March 5-26. Gleneden Beach, Oregon.
  • > Art in the Embassy Program, U.S. State Department. Artwork sent to the U.S. Embassy, San Salvador.
  • 1993 – Maveety Gallery show, April 3-24. Gleneden Beach, Oregon.
  • Children’s Book Wall mural, Lincoln City, Oregon.
  • 1992 – Maveety Gallery show, May. Gleneden Beach, Oregon.
  • 1991 – “Spring Journal” – Salishan Lodge, Gleneden Beach, Oregon. April6-May 16.
  • 1990 – “Celebration of Women” National Organization of Women, Newport Performing Arts Center, Newport, Oregon.
  • 1989 – “The Enchanted Lake Series” Maveety Gallery, July-Au gust, Gleneden Beach, Oregon.
  • > 1988 – “Nuclear Visions” Oregon Coast Council for the Arts & National Endowment for the Arts juried show. Show tour- the United States and Canada until 1991.
  • > “Oregon Born” juried show-Oregon Arts Commission. Governor’s Chambers and reception, Oregon State Capitol, Salem, Oregon. June through July.
  • >“Victorian Christmas” Invitational show by the Governor’s staff, State Capitol Salem, Oregon, December-January.
  • “A Children’s Christmas” Maveety Gallery,Gleneden Beach,Oregon. December-January .First Place Award- The International Pinot Noir poster contest. August.
  • 1987 –“Human Form Show” Juried show,Oregon Coast Council for the Arts. Newport, Or. Feb.
  • 1986-1983 – 8 shows, various locations.
  • >Corporate Collections: United States State Department-Art in the Embassies Program- U.S. Embassy in San Salvador. Bay House Restaurant, Lincoln City, Or. Bank of Newport, Lincoln City, Or. Windemere Real Estate, Gleneden Beach, Oregon.
  • Scholarship 1968: Traphagen School of Fashion, N.Y. Relinquished scholarship to attend The Academy of Art, San Francisco, Cal.
  • >1980 – Silver medal. New York International Film Festival. Filmstrip – Harcourt, Brace & Jovanocich Publishing Co. San Francisco, Ca. Educational Division
  • >1976 – Bronze medal. New York International Film Festival. Filmstrip – Harcourt, Brace & Jovanocich Publishing Co. San Francisco, Ca. Educational Division
  • >1974 – Gold Medal, New York International Film Festival. Filmstrip – Harcourt, Brace & Jovanocich Publishing Co. San Francisco, Ca. Educational Division

Illustration /Corporate Clients: 1993 – Amity Vineyard 12 wine label designs -1989 – Levi Strauss & Company – 1989 – Bechtel Corporation-1970 -1989 Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich Publishing Co. Book Illustration: 1980 – Foolproof Guide to Taking Pictures, Bantam Books., 1974-1979-Books-educational, Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, San Francisco, Cal. 1974-Courtney Flower, Haas Enterprises, Hawaii, printed by Dai Nippon Publishing, Japan. 2017 – Whisper – Children’s book. Author, Darren Reiley. Illustrations – Liisa Rahkonen.