Oil on Panel, 24 X 24 in. 2005
Oil on Panel, 48 X 54 in. 2004
Oil on Panel, 24 X 24 in. 2005
Oil on Panel, 36 X 42 in. 2005
Oil on Panel, 36 X 58 in. 2005
Oil on Panel, 49 X 40 in. 2005
1988 MFA, San Jose State University. San Jose, CA.
1978 BFA, California College of Arts and Crafts. Oakland, CA.
SELECTED AWARDS AND GRANTS
1993 POLLACK-KRASNER FOUNDATION GRANT
1989 WESTAF/NEA REGIONAL FELLOWSHIP FOR VISUAL ARTS
1988 ART IN PUBLIC PLACES-CALIFORNIA ARTS COUNCIL. San Francisco,CA.
1986 VISUAL ARTS GRANT,SANTA CRUZ ARTS COMMISSION.Santa Cruz, CA.
1985 TANDY BEALE DANCE CO. Stageset for collaboration with Bobby McFerrin.
Performed Cabrillo College;Soquel,CA.,Palace of Fine Arts; SF, Ca. and on tour Western States, Europe, China. Broadcast on PBS television.
1985 1% FOR ART. Alaska Arts Council. Fairbanks, AK.
SELECTED INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS
2005 Andrea Schwartz Gallery. San Francisco, CA
2004 Stremmel Gallery. Reno, NV.
2002 Andrea Schwartz Gallery. San Francisco,CA
2002 Kurt Lidtke Gallery. Seattle, WA.
2001 Sarah Morthland Gallery. New York, NY.
2001Andrea Schwartz Gallery. San Francisco, CA.
2000 Learsi Gallery. Palm Desert, CA.
2000 Tahoe Gallery. Sierra Nevada College. Incline Village, NV.
1999 Sarah Morthland Gallery. New York, NY.
1998 Weintraub-Thomas Gallery.Sacramento,CA.
1997 BEFORE/AFTER. Nevada Museum of Art. Reno, NV.
1992-1997. Sierra Arts Foundation. Reno, NV.
1996 Weintraub-Thomas Gallery. Sacramento, CA.
1990 PLANTING THE STAFF. XS Gallery. West. Nevada Comm. College. Carson City,NV.
1988 ATHABASCA. Gallery 8. San Jose State University. San Jose, CA.
1987 AFTER-IMAGE. Fiberworks Gallery. Berkeley,CA.
1986 ANERCA I. Ground Round Theatre. The Banff Centre. Banff, Alberta, Canada.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2002 GROUP EXHIBITION. Claudia Chapline Gallery. Stinson Beach, CA.
2000 GROUP SHOW. Gallery 101. Malmo, Sweden.
2002GROUP EXHIBITION. Kurt Lidtke Gallery. Bainbridge Island, Seattle WA.
2002Andrea Schwartz Gallery. San Francisco. CA.
2002SUMMER EXHIBITION. The Millbrook Gallery. Millbrook, Ontario, CANADA.
1999 LANGUAGE OF THE HEART. Danae Anderson and Brigitta 1999McReynolds.Claudia Chapline Gallery. Stinson Beach. CA.
1998 WEST COAST ARTISTS. Fresh Paint Gallery. Los Angeles, CA.
1998GROUP EXHIBITION. Davidson Gallery. Seattle. WA.
1998 Andrea Schwartz Gallery. San Francisco.CA.
1997 INTRODUCTIONS: NEW WORK. Linda Hodges Gallery. Seattle, WA.
1997 GARY NISBET. Andrea Schwartz Gallery. San Francisco, CA.
1997 GALLERY ARTISTS. Claudia Chapline Gallery. Stinson Beach, CA.
1995 ARTISTS OF HELLENIC ANCESTRY. Fort Mason,San Francisco, CA.
TEXTURES. Claudia Chapline Gallery. Stinson Beach, CA.
NORDIC 5 ARTS. Timothy Higbee Gallery. San Francisco,CA.
1994 INTRODUCTIONS. Claudia Chapline Gallery. Stinson Beach, CA.
1993 PAINTING IS ALIVE. Judith Weintraub Gallery. Sacramento, CA.
1993 RALPH JOHNSON. Judith Weintraub Gallery. Sacramento,CA.
1991 JIM BARNABY,KEITH FERRIS. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Sales and Rental Gallery. San Francisco, CA.
1991RIM EXHIBITION. Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery,University of Nevada, Reno
1990 Nevada Museum of Art. Reno, NV.
1989 PAINTINGS & SCULPTURE FROM SANTA CRUZ. Christopher Grimes Gallery. Carmel, CA.
MONTEREY PENINSULA MUSEUM OF ART BIENNIAL EXHIBITION.Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art. Monterey CA.
1988 ANNUAL DRAWING SHOW. Haines Gallery. San Francisco, CA.
1987 ART MUSEUM ANNUAL. Art Museum of Santa Cruz County. Santa Cruz, CA.
1986 MATERIAL PRESENCE. Gallery Site 311. Monterey, CA.
PAPER; PUSHING THE LIMITS Fiberworks Gallery. Berkeley, CA.
NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART. Reno, NV.
ADOBE SYSTEMS. San Jose, CA.
CSC INDEX. San Francisco, CA.
THE BANFF CENTRE. Banff, Alberta. Canada.
McCANDLESS DEVELOPMENT CORP. Menlo Park, CA.
SYNTEX CORP. Palo Alto, CA.
1989-1991 University of California Davis. Davis, CA.
1990 University of Nevada. Reno, NV.
1982 University of California Santa Cruz Extension. Santa Cruz, CA.
1980-1984 Cabrillo College Community Education. Soquel, CA.
1996 NEW AMERICAN PAINTINGS. Open Studios Press. Needham, Mass.
In original cultures, things happening (music and dance) and things done (the making of objects: art) are one. The artist responds to things happening; to life and to death, and so records human experience.
Through a dialogue of reverence and a vital process of working, the paintings become visual journals. They document and honor daily life, the self, the ordinary, memory, objects, the living and the dead, language, ritual and play.