November 21–December 19, 2019
Log noun (1) often attributive (loosely interpreted)
BallardWorks, Seattle, Invitational Group Show
June 26–August 11, 2019
Columbia City Gallery, Seattle.
Group show of cooperative drawings by 15 artists.
November 10–December 4, 2018:
Atlas Arts, Ballard.
Paintings and drawings inspired by the course of events in our waters.
June 1–July 23, 2018:
Adobe Waterfront Gallery
Paintings from 2013–2018.
March 12, 2018:
Tukwila Fine Arts Show Prize
Hyporheic Zone awarded First Prize in
Our Native Environmen entry category.
Tukwila Community Center.
January 31–March 16, 2018:
On the other hand: Text in abstraction
North Seattle College Art Gallery.
Curated by Amanda Knowles.
August, 2017–February, 2018:
New Paintings at Urban Hardwoods
2101 First Avenue (corner of Lenora St)
October 13, 2016–April 28, 2017:
Russia, Mother Russia
Group show curated by Chris Crites
Shoreline Public Art gallery
17500 Midvale Ave N
August 12–September 17, 2016:
Into the Woods
Gallery i.e., 5800 Cains Ct
July 1–August 7, 2016:
Out of Drawers
Gallery i.e., 5800 Cains Ct
May 16–June 11, 2016:
60 WuXing Snapshots
Foundry Annex, 354 SW Madison Ave
Sixty small paintings of wood, fire, earth, metal or water—the five forces (WuXing) of Chinese cosmology.
October 10–November 7, 2015:
Studio e gallery
609 South Brandon St, Seattle, WA 98108
Brush and ink paintings exploring what may be underneath, inside of, on top of, and left behind by water in a littoral region. Exhibition catalog available here (blurb.com).
August 12–November 30, 2015:
24 Years of Chinese New Year Cards
Twenty-four years of Chinese New Year cards were exhibited at the TypeCon Conference, Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. The exhibit moved to the School of Visual Concepts, 2300 Seventh Ave, Seattle, October though November, 2015.
March 5–26, 2015:
The Duwamish Residency: Process and Artifacts
101 Prefontaine Place South Seattle, WA 98104
A group exhibition that sheds light on the activities of the Duwamish Artist Residency. Developed by artists Sue Danielson and Fiona McGuigan in 2012, twelve studio artists gather every summer to work together over a period of eight days at various spots along the river. Members of the grou: Ethan Bickel, Chris Crites, Sue Danielson, Linda Davidson, Jessica Dodge, Emily Gherard, Robert Hardgrave, David Kane, Steve MacFarlane, Fiona McGuigan, Gene Gentry McMahon and Juliet Shen. Exhibition catalog available here (blurb.com).
February 22—March 31, 2014:
A Wetlands Affair
Drawings of the Union Bay Natural Area at the Elisabeth Miller Library, University of Washington Center for Urban Horticulture
October 1–25, 2013:
Duwamish Residency Artists' Exhibit
Group show of work by members of the Duwamish Residency at North Seattle Community College Art Gallery