Seattle, WA , U.S.A.
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- Carbon footprints 2008. Woodland Park Zoo (Seattle, Washington). Environmental artwork and wayfinding system. Woodland Park Zoological Society.
- Soundings 2008. South 154th Street Plaza (Tukwila, Washington). Illuminated soundwork for light rail station. Sound Transit.
- Flow 2007. Winslow Waterfront Park (Winslow, Washington). Environmental artwork. Bainbridge Arts Council.
- Wingfern 2006. SeaTac International Airport (SeaTac, Washington). Illuminated wayfinders for South 188th Street runway tunnel & water quality improvement project. Port of Seattle.
- Tree 2006. Federal Way Transit Center (Federal Way, Washington). Illuminated landmark and environmental artwork. Sound Transit.
- Ole’ 2005. Rosegarden Branch Library (San Jose, California). Suspension & low relief artwork. San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs.
- Departure 2004. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Washington, D.C.). Suspension for Branch Avenue Station.
- Pond 2003. Wallingford Steps (Seattle, Washington). Plaza artwork for Gasworks Park entry. Departments of Neighborhoods and Parks, Triad Development.
- Illuminata 2002. Western Connecticut State University (Danbury, Connecticut). Suspension for Ruth A. Haas Library. State of Connecticut Commission on the Arts.
- Stream 2001. Tacoma Solid Waste Utility (Tacoma, WA). Site plan includes landmarks, amenities and environmental learning center. City of Tacoma, Home Depot, U.S. EPA (Superfund Site).
- La gruta 2001. Mission Trails (San Antonio, Texas). Directional wayfinder and environs. City of San Antonio & ISTEA.
- Vista 2000. Seattle Transportation (SeaTran). Illuminated landmarks and planters for Jefferson Park Improvements. City of Seattle.
- Roots & branches 1999. Experience Music Project (Seattle). Consultant for interactive soundwork suspension in main entry.
- Cornucopia 1998. Oregon Agriculture Building (Salem, Oregon). Suspension and floor treatment for lobby atrium. Oregon Arts Commission.
- Spirit boat 1997. West Hill Community Center (Renton, Washington). Design team lead for multimedia integrated artwork. King County Arts Commission.
- Hydraulis 1995. Key Arena (Seattle). Interactive water, light and soundwork for east main entry. Seattle Arts Commission.
- Harvest 1995. Government Station (Hillsboro, Oregon). Design team artist for light rail transit center. Lighting, seating, paving, fencing & soundwork. Tri-Met.
- Rainforest 1994. Olympia Transit Center (Olympia, Washington). Environmental artwork. Olympia Arts Commission & Intercity Transit.
- Greenhouse 1994. Cedar Falls Recycling Center (North Bend, Washington). Environmental artwork. King County Solid Waste Division & WA State Department of Ecology.
- Rigs 1993. Washington State Convention Center & Seattle Public Library (Seattle). Computer kiosks. Seattle Arts Commission.
- Caiman dig 1993. Marshall Alternative School (Seattle). Earthwork & residency with high school youth- at-risk students. King County Metro.
- Airways 1991. North SeaTac Park (SeaTac, Washington). Consultant for regional park located near SeaTac International Airport. King County Arts Commission.
- Key grove, 1990. Franklin High School (Seattle). Landmark. Washington State Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts.
Selected Exhibitions, Installations & Performances
- Well Portland Art Center, Portland, Oregon. 2007.
- Shear KEXP Sonarchy Radio, Seattle, Washington. 2006.
- Elemental designs MG Gallery, Chicago, Illinois. 2004.
- Lacustrine Green Lake, Seattle, Washington. 2002.
- Core samples Point Defiance Park, Tacoma, Washington. 2000.
- The view from here SeaFirst Gallery, Seattle & Fujinomiya, Japan. 1999.
- Masks Gallery 461, Seattle, Washington. 1997.
- Mechanique Galerie Modus, Paris, France. 1996.
- Recycler DaVinci Gallery, Los Angeles, California. 1995.
- Musical variations Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Port Angeles, Washington. 1994.
- Tubular toning Lake Union, Seattle, Washington. 1993.
- Carnival culture Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, Washington. 1992.
- Tired empire Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle, Washington. 1992.
- Your city Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington. 1991.
- Come to your senses Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington. 1991.
- Cognitive landscapes The Drawing Center, New York, New York. 1990.
- Low technology Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, Washington. 1990.
- Civilization 911 Contemporary Arts Center, Seattle, Washington. 1989.
- Concept pig Tugs, The Rendezvous, The Offramp, other nightclubs, Seattle. 1989.
- Typing pool Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle, Washington. 1988.
- Scary guys Phinney Center Gallery, Seattle, Washington. 1988.
- Bauhaus barnyard Homes for Art, Seattle, Washington. 1987.
- Colliding fronts NAME Gallery, Chicago, Illinois. 1987.
- Big swine six Gas Works Park, Seattle, Washington. 1986.
- Tribal tribute The Ice Box, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1986.
- Machinations Free Mars, Seattle, Washington. 1985.
Selected Awards & Rosters
- New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Percent for Art Registry, 2006-08
- Miami-Dade Art in Public Places Artist Registry, Miami, FL 2005-08
- City of Coral Springs Private Development Art Roster, Coral Springs, FL 2007-08
- City of Palm Desert Public Art Program Image Registry, Palm Desert, CA 2003-08
- Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Design Team & Mentor Roster, 1998-08
- City of Atlanta Cultural Affairs, Public Art Roster, Atlanta, GA 1997-2008
- City of Austin Public Art Roster, Austin, TX 2004-2007
- San Jose Public Art Roster, San Jose, CA 2001-08
- Washington State Arts Commission, Public Art Roster, Olympia 1998-2008
- Phoenix Arts Commission National Public Art Roster, 2000-04
- Bi-State Development Agency, Arts in Transit Roster, St. Louis, MO 1997-03
- King County Arts Commission, Artist-Made Building Parts, Seattle 1995-05
- Washington State Arts Commission, Artist-in-Residence, Olympia 1988-97
- Artist Trust Project Assistance Grant. 1992
- One Reel Special Project Grant. 1991
- National Endowment for the Arts public art grant, Washington, D.C. 1990
- 911 Contemporary Arts Center Project Grant. 1987
- and/or special project grant. 1986
Selected Reviews & Publications
- Art Matters, Arcade, Winter 2006
- Commissions in Brief, Sculpture, September 2006
- Rose Garden Library Set to Open Doors, Rose Garden Resident, February 9, 2006
- A Rose is More Than a Rose, Silicon Valley News, September 12, 2003
- Recent Projects, Public Art Review, Volume 14, #2, Spring-Summer 2003
- Creation Reflects What’s Found Inside Library, The News-Times, August 7, 2002
- The Mountain as Muse, The New York Times, December 23, 1998
- Mission Trails Artists Show Plans, San Antonio Express News, June 24, 1998
- Accessing Public Art, American Craft, October-November 1994
- Caiman Project Unites Students and Local Artists, Seattle Press, May 1994
- Artists put Public back into Public Art, The Olympian, December 3, 1993
- Between Art & Social Work, Reflex, July-August 1991
- Honoring the Dead, Jimi Lott, The Seattle Times, March 12, 1991
- Rebirth of a Landmark, Peter Staten, The Seattle Weekly, October 24, 1990
- Spruced-up Sculpture, Paul Joseph Brown, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, September 4, 1990
- A Child’s Anxiety Closet, Amy Hamblin, Reflex, July-August 1988
- Homes for Art interviews, KOMO, KIRO & KING Television, August 14-19, 1987
- Viewpoint: Homes for Art, Bart Becker, High Performance #40, 1987
- The Strangest Piggy Bank, The Seattle Times, September 7, 1985
Travel & Residence
- Iowa, 1960-76
- Texas, 1976-77
- Minnesota, 1978-84
- Missouri, 1982-83
- Alaska, 1979
- Greece & Italy, 1980
- Soviet Union & Finland, 1984
- Nicaragua & El Salvador, 1985
- Mexico, Guatemala & Belize, 1991
- Germany, France, Italy, Spain & the Netherlands, 1996
- Ireland, Scotland & England, 2006
- Washington, New York & California, 1984-present
Education & Employment
- Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota, B.A., history and art, cum laude, honors, 1983
- South Seattle Community College, Seattle, Washington. Welders certification, 1989
- Artifact, Inc., Seattle, Washington, President, 1985-present
- Washington State Arts Commission, Olympia, Washington. Artist-in-Residence Program, 1987-99
- Landmark Theater Corporation, Los Angeles, California. Graphic Designer, 1987-89
- Grand Illusion Cinema, Seattle, Washington. Manager/Projectionist, 1985-87
- Minnesota State Arts Board, Saint Paul, Minnesota. Artist-in-Residence Program Manager, 1983-84