1994 MFA, painting, University of Washington, Seattle
1984 BFA, painting (Cum Laude), University of Massachusetts, Amherst
– 1981
Syracuse University, School of Art (film), Syracuse, NY

2022 Remain In Light, J. Rinehart Gallery, Seattle  catalog
2021 Under the Sun, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco   download SunTests catalog (4mb PDF)
2020 SunTests, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland
2019 SunTests, Robischon Gallery, Denver
2018 In Solution, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco
2016 Hunting Color, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland
Solo booth at Pulse NY art fair, William Baczek Fine Arts
2015 A Fever in Matter, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco
2014 Testing, Base Gallery, Tokyo
2013 Ultra Marine: New Paintings & Drawings About the Sea, Elizabeth Leach, Portland
SubOptic, Platform Gallery, Seattle
2011 Slow Color, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York
2010 SuperNatural, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland
2009 Downtime, Platform Gallery, Seattle
2008 Color Charts, Haines Gallery, San Francisco
Full Spectrum, Elizabeth Leach, Portland
Testing, William Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, MA
2007 Color Tests, Schroeder Romero, NY
2006 Testing, University of Michigan, Institute for the Humanities, Ann Arbor
Blindsight, Platform Gallery, Seattle
2005 Testing, LIMN Gallery, San Francisco
Testing, Elizabeth Leach, Portland
2004 Testing, Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn
Testing, LIMN Gallery, San Francisco
2003 Testing, Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn
New Work, William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, WA
2002 Testing, Frumkin/Duval, Santa Monica
Testing, LIMN Gallery, San Francisco
Testing, Cervini Haas Gallery, Scottsdale
2001 Testing, William Traver Gallery, Seattle
2000 Testing, Cervini Haas Gallery, Scottsdale
1998 Testing, William Traver Gallery, Seattle
1997 New Work, William Traver Gallery, Seattle
New Work, Laura Russo Gallery, Portland
1996 New Work, William Traver Gallery, Seattle
1995 Introductions, William Traver Gallery, Seattle

2023 45 + Anniversary Exhibition Series: Part II, Robischon Gallery, Denver
Wonder Rooms,
Oregon State University President’s Residence, Corvallis, OR
Completely Color, Inter-Society Color Council Conference: Color Impact 2023: Color and Human Experience, Virtual Exhibition, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
Art Fairs: Seattle Art Fair, J. Rinehart Gallery; Art Market SF, J. Rinehart Gallery; SF Showcase “Sadie’s Arty Party”, EJ Interior Design & Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
2022 Art Fairs: Seattle Art Fair, J. Rinehart Gallery; Intersect Palm Springs, J. Rinehart Gallery.
2021 Wunderkammer 3, Esbjerg KunstMuseum, Esbjerg, Denmark
2020 Making a Better Painting: Thinking Through Practice, Hoffman Gallery, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR
2019 Metamorphosis: Agents of Change, NYU Langone Art Gallery, New York, NY
Art fairs: Seattle Art Fair, Woodside Braseth Gallery.
2018 Making Life Visible: Art, Biology and Visualization, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, IA
Here and Now, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco
Art Fairs: Pulse Miami, William Baczek Fine Arts; Seattle Art Fair, Woodside Braseth Gallery.
2017 Dealer’s Choice, Woodside/Braseth Gallery, Seattle
Artist as Subject: 20th Anniversary Celebration, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, SF
Art Fairs: Pulse Miami, William Baczek Fine Arts; Seattle Art Fair, Woodside Braseth Gallery.
2016 Pairings: 16 Artists Creatively Combined, Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Sonoma, CA
The Color of Memory, Jeffrey Thomas Fine Art, Portland, OR
American Painting Today, the old Value Village on Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA
Art fairs: Pulse Miami: Elizabeth Leach Gallery and William Baczek Fine Arts; Pulse NY, William Baczek Fine Arts.
2015 Diphthong, Fiterman Gallery at Borough of Manhattan Community College, NY
Thought Patterns, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Bainbridge Island, WA
Lightning Strikes: 18 poets. 18 artist., Dolby Chadwick Gallery, SF
Art fairs: Art Miami, Dolby Chadwick Gallery; Seattle Art Fair:  Elizabeth Leach Gallery and Platform Gallery.
2014 Real Abstract, Linda Hodges Gallery, Seattle
Art fairs: Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Dolby Chadwick Gallery.
2013 Chamber Music, Frye Art Museum, Seattle
Materialized, Robischon Gallery, Denver
Atmospheric Weather: Artwork from Seattle Public Utilities’ Collection, Seattle Municipal Tower, Seattle
Art fairs: Art Fair Tokyo, Base Gallery, Tokyo; Expo Chicago, Base Gallery, Tokyo.
2012 Elles @SAM Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle
Art fairs: Pulse Miami, Elizabeth Leach Gallery; Aqua Art Miami, Prole Drift; Miami Project, Platform Gallery; Art Pad SF, Prole Drift.
2011 One Thing Leads to Another: process and repetition in contemporary print and drawings, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art
Seattle As Collector: Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs Turns 40, 40th Anniversary Exhibition at Seattle Art Museum. Catalog.
Art fairs: Aqua Art Miami, William Baczek Fine Arts.
2010 Default State Network, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York
Expansion, Robischon Gallery, Denver
The Power of Selection, part 3, Western Exhibitions, Chicago
Opening Ceremony, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York
Non-Objective, William Baczek Gallery, Northampton, MA
Northwest Mid-Career Artists, Seattle Public Utilities Portable Works, Seattle Municipal Tower Gallery
Art fairs: Pulse NY, Morgan Lehman Gallery; Aqua Art Miami: Morgan Lehman and Platform Gallery.
2009 Genipulation: Genetic Engineering and Manipulation in Contemporary Art, Centre PasqueArt, Kunsthaus Centre d’art, Biel Bienne, Switzerland. Catalog.
Art fairs:  Aqua Wynwood: Elizabeth Leach Gallery; Aqua Hotel, Platform Gallery and William Baczek Fine Arts.
2008 Genesis – Die Kunst der Schöpfung (The Art of Creation), Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland. Catalog.
Does DNA Define You? Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum, ID
Art fairs: Art Chicago, Haines Gallery; NEXT Chicago, Elizabeth Leach; Aqua Art Miami-Wynwood, Elizabeth Leach; Aqua Hotel, Platform Gallery.
2007 Diagnose [Art]: Contemporary Art Reflecting Medicine, Museum im Kulturspeicher, Würzburg, Germany. Catalog.
Human Nature II: Future Worlds, SoFA Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington. Catalog.
A Gathering of Friends, inaugural exhibition, Golden Foundation for the Arts Gallery, New Berlin, NY. Catalog.
Beneath the Skin, LIMN Gallery, San Francisco
Art fairs: Aqua Art Miami-Winwood, Elizabeth Leach; Aqua Hotel, Platform Gallery; Art Miami, Haines Gallery.
2006 Diagnose [Art]: Contemporary Art Reflecting Medicine, book catalog, Kunst-Museum Ahlen, Germany, (reproductions).
Potentially Mighty, p|m Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Building Tradition, Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham, WA
Art fairs: Pulse Miami, Schroeder Romero; Pulse NY, Schroeder Romero; Aqua Art Miami, Elizabeth Leach and Platform Gallery; Art LA, Platform Gallery; Year ’06 London, Schroeder Romero.
2005 5 Painters, Platform, Seattle
Head Over Hand: pushing the limits of paint, Denise Bibro, NY
Neddy Artist Fellowship Exhibition, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
Art fairs: NADA Miami, Schroeder Romero; Affair at the Jupiter Hotel, Portland, Elizabeth Leach; Aqua Art Miami, Platform Gallery and Elizabeth Leach.
2004 Art fairs: NADA Miami, Schroeder Romero; San Francisco Art Fair, Elizabeth Leach Gallery.
2003 Portals, Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI
Components, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR
Art fairs: Cologne Art Fair, Elizabeth Leach Gallery; NADA Miami Beach, Schroeder Romero; Art Santa Fe, Cervini Haas.
2002 Gene(sis): Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle. Traveled through 2004: @Berkeley Art Museum; @Weisman Art Museum; @Block Museum.
2001 Theory or Faith, LIMN Gallery, San Francisco
2000 4×4: Four Decades of School of Art Alumni, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle
1999 Neddy Artist Fellowship Exhibition, Seafirst Bank Gallery, Seattle
1998 Hands On Color, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA
Pattern, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR
1997 They Came Here First! CoCA (Center on Comtemp. Art), and Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle
Beeswax, SOIL Gallery, Seattle
Drawings…A Bi-Coastal Invitational, Meyerson & Nowinski Gallery, Seattle
1991 The Figure: Personal Views and Collaborations, Northampton Center for the Arts, Northampton, MA
Common Past, Recent Work, Wheeler Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
1990 Viewing Ourselves, Hampden Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
1989 Art and Soul, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA

2013 Purchase Award – Portable Works Collection, Seattle Public Utilities
2011 Contemporary Northwest Art Awards Finalist, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
2006 Neddy Fellowship Award nominee, Behnke Foundation, Seattle
2005 Neddy Fellowship Award nominee, Behnke Foundation, Seattle
2004 Special Projects Grant, 4Culture (Cultural Development Authority of King County), Seattle
Visual Arts Grant finalist, Creative Capital Foundation, NY
2003 Purchase Award – Portable Works Collection, City of Seattle, Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
2002 Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship, Seattle
2001 PONCHO Special Recognition Award, Betty Bowen Award, Seattle Art Museum
Joan Mitchell Foundation Award nominee, NY
1999 Artist Trust GAP Grant (Grant for Artists’ Projects), Seattle
Betty Bowen Award nominee, Seattle Art Museum
Centrum Residency, Port Townsend, WA
Neddy Fellowship Award nominee, Behnke Foundation, Seattle

The Allen Institute
Bill & Melinda Gates Research Institute
Capital One
Chambers Hotel, NY
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
City of Seattle, Portable Works Collection
The Henry Art Gallery, Univ. of Washington, Seattle
Esbjerg KunstMuseum, Denmark
Google Cloud Collection
Merck, South San Francisco
Oregon State University, Corvallis
Portland Art Museum, OR
The Progressive Art Collection
Charles Schwab, San Francisco
Schwartz Art Collection, Harvard Business School
Seattle Public Utilities Portable Works Collection
Swedish Medical Center, Seattle
TA Associates, Boston
Tacoma Art Museum, WA
University of West Florida
Wellington Management

2023 Weibel, Peter, and Ljiljana Fruk (eds.). Molecular Aesthetics, (Chinese translation), Cambridge, Mass.: MIT, Beijing Normal University & ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, pp. 242-245, (images).
2022 Elle Decoration – French Edition, December, p 11, (image).
JydskeVestkysten (, “In the name of art: Popular exhibition lives on thanks to a large donation,” February.
Wilton, Nicholas. “The Art of Curiosity — Jaq Chartier,”  ART2LIFE Podcast, episode 47, interview, 55:39 min.
2021 Atlanta Medicine, Vol. 92, No. 1. Image on magazine cover.
Dworetzky, Joe. “Explaining the NFT, a new way for artists and content creators to make a living,” Bay City News Foundation, May 22 (image).
Pfarrer, Steve. A quarter century in the art world: William Baczek Fine Arts marks anniversary with group exhibit,Daily Hampshire Gazette, Feb 12, (image).
Roth, David M.David M. Roth on Jaq Chartier,, May 17, (images).
Salomonsen, Ebbe. “Wunderkammer 3 — DNArt!”, June 9.
2020 Exhibition Tour & Conversation with Bruce Guenther & Jaq Chartier,”, June 13, (video).
Gallivan, Joseph. “ArtFocus: Joseph Gallivan interviews painter Jaq Chartier about her show SunTests,” KBOO.FM, May 26, (image).
2019 Billions tv series on ShowTime, paintings on set throughout season 4, multiple episodes.
Paglia, Michael. “Four Solos Create a Beautiful Pattern at Robischon,”, June 12, (images).
Wei, Lilly. “Barbara Takenaga…Jaq Chartier… at Robischon,”, June 27, (images).
The Scientific and Creative Process of Artist Jaq Chartier,, October, (images).
The Biggest Challenges Artists Face During Their Career,, October (images).
2018 Making Life Visible: Art, Biology and Visualization, exhibition catalog, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, IA, pp 44, 52 (images).
Morris, Barbara, “Jaq Chartier @ Dolby Chadwick,”, May 23, (images).
Park, Jiyun, “Seaweed unlike you’ve ever seen it…,”, June 7, (image).
Shick, J. Malcolm. Where Corals Lie: A Natural and Cultural History, London: Reaktion Books, p. 132–3, (image). Amazon
2017 Schmidt, Carley, Chance and Chaos: In the Studio with Jaq Chartier,”, 8/1, (images, video).
Speer, Richard, “2016 Top Ten Lists – Portland,”, January 5.
2016 Bright, Richard, Drawing Thoughts,” Interalia Magazine, Issue 20, January,, (images).
2015 Kordic, Angie, “Jaq Chartier at Dolby Chadwick Gallery,”, March, (images).
Mendelsohn, John. “The Ghost in the Machine: Diphthong at the Fiterman,”, Oct 5.
2014 Geijutsu Shincho Magazine, July, p. 111, (image).
ST 37, I’m Not Good, Cleopatra Records. Painting featured on album cover.
2013 Harper’s magazine, image reproduced in New Books section, December issue, p. 85.
Langner, Erin. “Disappearing Act: Jaq Chartier’s Climate-Changing Paintings,” New American Paintings Blog, 9/30/13 (images).
Speer, Richard. “Jaq Chartier: Ultra Marine,” Willamette Week, 5/17/13.
Weibel, Peter, and Ljiljana Fruk (eds.). Molecular Aesthetics, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT, pp. 242-245, (images).
2012 Beal, Suzanne. “Seattle: A Celebration of Elles,” art ltd, November/December, p. 42, (image).
2011 artcritical: Review Panel #44 – Carrier, Diaz, and Welish with moderator David Cohen, discuss Alison Knowles at James Fuentes, Jaq Chartier at Morgan Lehman, Iván Navarro at Paul Kasmin, and Rirkrit Tiravanija at Gavin Brown’s enterprise, mp3 – 1 hr, 38 min, April 1st.
Baker, R.C. Best in Show:…Jaq Chartier at Morgan Lehman,” The Village Voice, 3/30/11
Haber, John. “Color As Obsession,” New York, 3/18/11, (image)
Heinrich, Will. “On Display: Maya Block at Thierry Goldberg Projects; Jaq Chartier at Morgan Lehman,” The New York Observer, 3/8/11, (image).
Seattle As Collector: Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs Turns 40, catalog for 40th Anniversary Exhibition at Seattle Art Museum, (image).
2010 Studio Visit, Volume 10, juried by Steven Zevitas, Needham Heights, Mass.: Open Studio Press, pp. 36-37, (image).
Wilson, Stephen. Art+Science Now, New York: Thames & Hudson, p. 32, (image).
2009 Battenfield, Jackie. The Artist’s Guide, New York: Da Capo Press, p. 134+ (image).
Battenfield, Jackie. “Reality Check Interview with Jaq Chartier,”, (images).
Genipulation, exhibition catalog, CentrePasqueArt, Biel Bienne, Switzerland, pp. 54-59, (images).
Hackett, Regina. “Jaq Chartier and the memento mori of a color field,” Another Bouncing Ball, 5/1/09, (images).
Mattera, Joanne. “Fair and Fair Alike: Miami 2009,” Joanne Mattera Art Blog, 12/15/09, (images).
Ingeborg. Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art. Austria: Springer WienNewYork. pp. 237-241, (images).
2008 Baker, Kenneth. “Wauson remembered at Haines,” San Francisco Chronicle, 7/5/08.
Brady, Patti. Rethinking Acrylic, Cincinnati: North Light Books, p. 152, (image).
Genesis – Die Kunst der Schöpfung (The Art of Creation), exhibition catalog, Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland, p. 29, (image).
Speer, Richard. “Profile: Jaq Chartier,” art ltd, September, pp. 66-67, (image).
Studio Visit, Volume 4, juried by Carl Belz, Needham Heights, Mass.: Open Studio Press, pp. 32-33, (images).
2007 Human Nature, exhibition catalog, SoFA Gallery, Indiana Univ. Bloomington, p. 63, (image).
2006 Cantu, John Carlos, “Disintegration at the core…,” Ann Arbor News, 2/5/06, p. C2, (image).
Diagnose [Kunst], exhibition catalog, Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Germany, p. 133, (image).
Dwell, “In the Modern World,” 10/06, (image).
Engelson, Andrew. “Dot matrix: Jaq Chartier smears the line between art and science with her DNA-inspired blobs,” Seattle Weekly, 10/9/06.
Faigin, Gary. “Jaq Chartier at Platform Gallery,”, 9/23/06, (image).
Grant, Adriana. “Ink that makes you think,” Seattle Weekly, 10/4/06, (image).
Graves, Jen. “Profanity, Testing, Explosion,” The Stranger, 9/14/06, (image).
Hackett, Regina. “Seattle artists again find a place in the Miami Sun,” Seattle P.I., 12/15/06, (image).
Hackett, Regina. “Jaq Chartier breaks down decay to its most beautiful elemental forms,” Seattle P.I., 9/8/06, p. 29, (image).
Hackett, Regina. “Serial in Seattle,” Visual Codec, March, (image).
Pence, Elizabeth. Jaq Chartier at Platform Gallery,” Artweek, November, pp. 22-23, (image).
Langley, Matthew, “Jaq Chartier @ Platform Gallery,” Matthew Langley/weblog, 9/19/06, (image).
Scott, Carrie E.A., State of the Art,” Seattle Magazine, June, pp. 123-125, (image).
Neddy Artist Fellowship, exhibition catalog, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA.
‘Testing’ by Jaq Chartier, exhibition catalog [pdf], Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
2005 Engelson, Andrew. “Visual Arts Pick: Five Painters,” Seattle Weekly, 7/13/05.
Kangas, Matthew. “Abstraction and revelations,” Seattle Times, 7/8/05.
Koplos, Janet. Report from Seattle: Plugged In and Caffeinated,” Art in America, September, p.69, (image).
Neddy Artist Fellowship, exhibition catalog, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA.
New American Paintings. Vol. 61. Pacific West Coast edition. Needham Heights, Mass.: Open Studios Press, pp. 30-33.
Perry, Vicky. Abstract Painting Concepts and Techniques, New York: Watson-Guptill. Reproduction p. 125.
Reichle, Ingeborg. Kunst aus dem Labor: Zum Verhältnis von Kunst und Wissenschaft im Zeitalter der Technoscience. Austria: Springer WienNewYork. Images on book cover and pp. 225-229.
Wiggin, Ashley. “The Art of Science,” Seattle Magazine, May, 2004, p. 30, (image).
2004 Berry, Colin. “Jaq Chartier and Elizabeth Scheidl at LIMN Gallery,” Artweek, June, pp. 12-13, (image).
Baker, Kenneth, “Art grapples with science and politics,” San Francisco Chronicle, 3/27/04, p. E-1, (image).
Jaq Chartier, Testing. [ or download book pdf], Seattle: Marquand Books, 47 pg hardcover book.
Maine, Stephen, “Dateline Brooklyn,”, 9/30/04, (image).
Pepper, Keane (aka William Powhida). “The October Art Crawl,”, October.
Shaviro, Steven, “Genetic Disorder,” Artforum [4mb pdf], Januray, 2004, p. 42, (image).
Stillman, Nick, “Jaq Chartier: Sun Tests at Schroeder Romero,”, November, (images).
2003 Bullis, Douglas. 100 Artists of the West Coast. Atglen, PA.: Schiffer Books, pp. 172-173, (images).
Conner, Jill. “Jaq Chartier: Testing,” Contemporary magazine [6mb pdf], issue 53/54, p. 117-118, (image).
Lovejoy, Bess. “Weird Science: Art and Chemistry Collide in the Lab of Jaq Chartier,” Resonance magazine, issue #38, p. 32-33, (images).
Pepper, Keane (aka William Powhida). “The April Crawl,”, April, 2003.
2002 DeVuono, Frances. ” ‘Gene(sis)’ at the Henry Art Gallery,” Artweek, July/Aug 2002, p. 22.
Engelson, Andrew. “Dot Matrix: Jaq Chartier smears the line between art and science with her DNA-inspired blobs,” Seattle Weekly, 3/28/02, p. 63, (image).
Failing, Patricia. “Seizing the Moment,” ARTnews, march, jp. 76.
Hackett, Regina. “Messing with Mother Nature,” Seattle P-I, April 6, p. E-1.
Hall, Emily. “Haunted Houses,” The Stranger, April 4, p. 30.
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, Bioethics and the Book of Life. New York: Thirteen/WNET. Image on video box and booklet covers.
Roth, Charlene. “Jaq Chartier and Amy Ellingson at Frumkin/Duval Gallery,” Artweek, March, 2002, p. 17-18, (image).
Staiger, Alex. “At the Crossroads where Science and Art Meet,” Art Access, May, pp. 10-11., (image).
Uehling, Mark D. “Designer Genes on Display,”, 6/2/02.
Welles, Elenore. “Amy Ellingson and Jaq Chartier,” ArtScene, January, 2002, p. 12-13, (image).
2001 Cullum, Jerry. “Seductive changes,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 12/28/01.
New American Paintings, Vol. 31, Pacific West Coast edition. Needham Heights, MA: Open Studio Press. (also 1997, Vol. 13)
Westbrook, Lindsey. “Theory or Faith,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, 8/15/01.
1998 Farr, Sheila. “Hands on Color at BAM…,” Seattle Times, 11/17/98, p. E1.
Hackett, Regina. “Color hits the big time…,” Seattle P-I, 11/27/98.
McTaggart, Tom. “Leaving a paper trail,” Seattle Weekly, 8/20/98, p. 32, (image).
1997 Burkman, Greg. “Digging in Deeper,” Art Access, 3/97.
Farr, Sheila. “Drawing on inspiration,” Seattle Weekly, 7/16/97, p.33.
Knode, Marilu. “Dehesive,” Aorta, Summer-1997, p. 14.
McTaggart, Tom. “Biology Lessons,” The Stranger, 5/22/97, p. 56, (image).
Smith, Cary. “Intergalactic Interpretations,” News Tribune, 7/6/97, p. F1.
Walker, Emily. “Loving the Aliens: UFO Art,” The Daily (Univ. of Washington), 6/2/97, p. 8.
1995 Foo Fighters, Capitol Records/Roswell Records. Images inside CD booklet, on record album back cover, and on cassette J-card.

– present
519 S. Main St Artists Studios, Seattle
Co-founder & manager of art studios in downtown Seattle for approx 15 visual artists.
– 2019
1426 S. Jackson St Studios, Seattle
Founder & manager of art studios building near downtown Seattle for 35 visual artists.
– 2012
Aqua Art Miami, Miami Beach, FL
Co-created & Directed a prominent art fair event concurrent with Art Basel Miami Beach. The fair was established to give innovative galleries and artists from the west coast a presence during Art Basel week. Managed sales and exhibitor relations; directed PR campaign; negotiated contracts with the venue, vendors and city agencies; coordinated public art installations; supervised art handlers, lighting & wall contractors, musicians & event staff.
– 2005
Golden Artist Colors Working Artist Program, Seattle
Received extensive advanced technical training by Golden Artist Colors to lead workshops & lecture demos for artists about the use of acrylic paints, materials and techniques.
& 2000
Art Detour: Open Studios Seattle
Co-founded & co-directed the initial two years of an annual city-wide open studios events, which included approximately 150 artists’ studios all over the city.
1997 Visiting Lecturer, basic drawing, University of Washington, Seattle
– 1994
Teaching Assistant, basic drawing, University of Washington, Seattle
– 1992
Instructor, painting; Guild Studio School/Guild Art Center, Northampton, MA
– 1991
Instructor, painting; University of Massachusetts Continuing Ed. Program, Amherst, MA