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2024 Celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Art

Bellevue City Hall, Bellevue WA May 6–31, 2024. Group show in honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian Islander and Pacific Islander Heritage (AANHPI) Month.

2024 Silva Cascadia: Under the Spell of the Forest

Group show at the Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA. February 3–March 12, 2024. Curated by Kathleen Garrett.

2022 Vashon Artist Residency

One month residency on the waterfront at Vashon Island, with forests and beaches close at hand and a studio large enough to complete four 10 foot long ink scroll paintings.

2021 City of Portland acquisition

Table Setting, 2021, was purchased by the Regional Arts & Culture Council of Portland, OR.

2018 King County acquisition

Hyporheic Zone, 2017, was selected for purchase by the King County Public Art.

2018 Tukwila Fine Arts Show Prize 

March 12, 2018. First Prize in Our Native Environment category for Hyporheic ZoneTukwila Community Center. 

2017 Book profiles Lushootseed font

The Lushootseed typeface I designed in 2008–09 is included in Simon Loxley's new book Type is Beautiful: Fifty Remarkable Fonts

2016 City of Seattle acquisition 

In 2016 the City of Seattle Office of Arts and Culture selected the painting Viridian Lake for inclusion in its Seattle Public Utilities Portable Works Collection. Thank you, Seattle.

2015 Tacoma Art Museum acquisition

Thank you, Tacoma Art Museum, for acquiring the suite of drawings, "Four Views of Mt. Rainier" for your permanent collection. Mt. Rainier View 2 was part of the special exhibition Northwest in the West: Exploring Our Roots. Through January 10, 2016.

2015 Grant from

Thanks to for one of their shot-in-the-arm artist grants. It will be put to good use! 

2015 Residency at Willapa Bay AiR

I am excited and privileged to have spent four weeks in May as a guest artist at the Willapa Bay AiR. This is as close as it gets to paradise for me—food and lodging plus a studio to work in, all in a beautiful natural area of Washington where a two-mile wide peninsula at the mouth of the Columbia River runs parallel to the coast for 20 miles. On one side is the mighty Pacific and on the other, the marshlands and water of Willapa Bay.