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R E S U M E

EDUCATION

University of Washington. Seattle, WA. MFA, sculpture 

University of Washington. Seattle. Graduate program, East Asian Art History

University of California. Berkeley, CA.  BA, art history

Kokusai Kiristokyoo Daigaku/University of California. Education Abroad Program. Mitaka-Tokyo, Japan. 

 ONE-PERSON SHOWS

William King Regional Art Center, Abingdon Virginia. “Ephyrian Circle”  

CAGE. Cincinnati, Ohio, “Pastoral Surrogate” 1995 Gallery Northwest. Indiana University. Gary, Indiana. 

Tough Gallery.  “Culture Talk” Chicago, IL.  

Moreau Gallery.  Pastoral Surrogate” South Bend, Indiana.           

St. Xavier University Gallery, “Pastoral Surrogate” Chicago.  

Contemporary Art Center of Arlington, “2 Meditations” Curators: James Yood and Hollis Sigler. Arlington Heights, IL.  

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS 

Flood Gallery, "Domestic Bliss" Asheville, NC

RESIST, Artomatic, Arlington VA

http://www.360circleproject.net collaboration, web-site creator

“International Shoebox Exhibition” University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Honolulu Hawaii.     

http://www.sisyphusproject.net/catholicity/Index/index.html- virtual art exhibition. “Catholicity" Exhibitor, co-creator, designer.  on-going

Eyedrum, “Contemporary Portraits” Atlanta, Georgia. 

Saltworks Gallery,  “Sisyphean  Desires, Dreams and Systems” Atlanta.  

Sarai Media Lab, New Delhi, India  http://www.sarai.net/

Indie Show case of Cox communicationshttp://www.wcox15.com/shows/indieshowcase.htm

Brush Gallery,” MicroMonumentals” Lowell Massachusetts. May/-June 2006

Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, VA Fine Arts Center Main Gallery       

Meadows Museum of Art, “American Standards” Shreveport, Louisiana. 

Wellington B. Gray Gallery, “UNC Sculpture” Greenville, North Carolina. 

Asheville Arts Council Gallery, “American Standards” Asheville, NC. 

Duke University, “Road In Sight” (Survey exhibit of NC artists) Durham, NC

3TenHaus Studio, “Gender in Motion” curated by Emma Amos. Atlanta, Georgia 

Eyedrum, “Shelter” Atlanta 

“Suitcase Show” Traveling exhibition USA and New Zealand,

Brooks Hall Gallery, North Carolina State University, Winston-Salem, NC.  “Whata Relief”             

Bank of America Plaza, “Surface Matters” Curator:  Joie Lassiter.  Charlotte, NC

 Ion Gallery, “The News” Asheville, NC. Seminole College Fine Art Gallery, 

“Not Just Another Pretty Face” Sanford, Florida, 

Grounds For Sculpture, Summer Exhibition.  Hamilton, New Jersey. 

Tryon Center for Visual Art, “What’s New Two” Charlotte, NC, 

Zone one contemporary, “Gallery Retrospective” Asheville, NC. 

Wellington B. Gray Gallery.  Eastern Carolina University.  Greenville, NC.  

Spiers Gallery, Brevard College.   Brevard, NC.  “Indoor and Outdoor Sculpture” 

Weatherspoon Art Gallery. “NC Artist Fellowship Exhibition.” Greensboro, NC, 

Holden Gallery.  Warren Wilson College.  Asheville, NC.  

Fayetteville Museum of Art.  Sculpture Exhibition.  Fayetteville, NC. 

International Think Dinky Invitational.  Modern Museum.  Durham, NC. 

Rocky Mount Art Center. Hines Gallery. Sculpture Invitational. Rocky Mount, NC. 

ARC.  “Potentiality” Chicago, IL. Nexus.  “Future Shock” Philadelphia, PA. 

International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition. Invitational. University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Honolulu, Hawaii. 11 museums in U.S. and Taiwan, China 

Tough. “The Uncomfortable Show” Chicago, IL. 

Indianapolis Art League. “Fetish and Shaman“ Indianapolis, IN.   

 GRANTS 

Western Carolina University Summer Research Grant 

State of North Carolina Arts Council Artist Fellowship 

Western Carolina University Research Grant 

Illinois State University Research Grant 

Regional Artists’ Projects Grant  (Midwestern states) 

State of Illinois Arts Council Artist Fellowship 

Illinois State University Research Grant  

Faculty Development Grant  Johnson State College 

King County Arts Commission Grant  

 AUTHORED ARTICLES

“Local Histories: the Ground We Walk On” TEMPORARY art review http://temporaryartreview.com/author/marya-roland/

“David Nash” review , Art Papers.  Sept./Oct. 2003,  Vol.  27  No. 5

Gary Byrd and Mary Charles Griffin” review, Art Papers,November/December, 2001, Vol. 25 No. 6

“David Dawson:   Peculiar Characteristics” review, Art PapersMarch/April 2001.  Vol. 25, No. 2

“Remnants of Memory” review, Art Papers July/August 2000.  Vol.  24, no. 4

“Connie Bostic:  Fit” review, Art Papers May/June 2000.  Vol. 24. no. 3

“Nick Wade and Irmaly Brackin” Art PapersNovember/December 1999.  Vol. 23, no. 6

“Lewis Buck” Art Papers November/December 1999.  Vol.  23,  no. 6

“Letters”  review  of Jean Grosser’s work Art Papers May/June, Vol.  23, No. 3

Family Matters” review of “Dismal Science:  Photo Works 1972-1996 by Allan Sekula”

afterimage January/February, 1999.  Vol. 26, no. 4

“David Dawson:  Epithets” review Art PapersSeptember/October, 1998.  Vol.  22, Issue 5

“Affinity with Architecture” catalogue essay.   University of Tennessee.  Sept., 1998

“Susan Weil:  Full Circle” review Art Papers  July/August, 1998.  Vol. 22, Issue 4

“Mexico Now:  Point of Departure”  review Art Papers March/April, 1998.  Vol. 22, Issue 2

“Randy Shul” Focus review  American Craft  February/March, 1998.  Vol. 58, No. 1

“Rob Amberg:  Three Decades of Harvest” review  Art Papers January/February 1998.  Vol. 22, Issue 1

“Robert Godfrey:  The Chicken Alley Wedding Series” review Art Papers November/December 1997.  Vol. 21, Issue 6

Fred Wilson”  review Art Papers  September/October 1997.  Vol. 21, Issue 5

“Too Much Stuff” artists’ roles, responsibilities in a cluttered world.  Crits 97:  Discourse in the Visual Arts.  Dept. of Art Western Carolina University

“Italo Scanga”  review Art Papers  July/August 1997.  Vol. 21, Issue 4

“The North Carolina to Israel Photographic Project”  review  Art Papers May/June 1997.  Vol. 21, Issue 3

“Tragic Wake:  The Legacy of Slavery and African Diaspora in Contemporary American Art”  review,  Art Papers. March/April 1997.  Vol. 21, Issue 2

 WORK EXPERIENCE

 Professor of Art.  Western Carolina University. Cullowhee, NC.  

Assistant Professor of Art.  Illinois State University.  Normal, IL.  

Assistant Professor of Art.  Johnson State College.  Johnson, VT

Washington State Artist-in-Residence