wisp | VERNISSAGE FINE ART
May 7—July 26, 2019
5pm - 7pm; Talk at 6pm
Golden Spot Residency Award
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, Pendleton, OR
Funded by the generous support of The Ford Family Foundation, the annual Golden Spot Awards began at Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts (CSIA) in 2010 to support regional artist residencies. Through this award I will have the opportunity to spend two weeks at Crow’s Shadow developing limited-edition prints, which will be hand pulled by Crow’s Shadow’s collaborative master printer, Judith Baumann. The final prints will enter the Institute’s permanent collection; in previous years prints from the Golden Spot residencies have traveled extensively to galleries and cultural institutions around the region and nationally.
HUMAN NATURE | 2018 C3: PAPERMAKING RESIDENCY EXHIBITION
January 26—March 2, 2019
Human Nature presents work from 2018 c3:Papermaking Residency artists Yoonhee Choi, Elisabeth Horan, Michael Namkung and Collin Richard. Culminating from their experiences in the Pulp & Deckle studio, each artist utilized handmade paper as a primary medium to create new works that present ideas and forms central to their art practice. This residency seeks to create alternative models and spaces for material exploration in art making.
Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency
Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Otis, OR
The annual Jordan Schnitzer Printmaking Residency was established in 2002 to provide artists with little or no printmaking experience the opportunity to explore a new creative medium with guidance, instruction and technical assistance from a professional etching printer.
c3:initiative Papermaking Residency
c3:initiative, Portland, OR
The c3: Papermaking Residency was established in 2014 to engage artists with little or no experience in hand papermaking, and offer them an opportunity to learn the craft and stretch the limitations of what the medium can do.
ArtWorks Northwest Exhibition
Umpqua Valley Arts Association, Roseburg, OR
Featured in the Hallie Brown Ford Gallery, this regional juried exhibit featured work made by artists in the Pacific Northwest. One of my pieces was among the fifty-five works in all media that were selected by juror Andries Fourie.