Resume

Education:

1995
Master of Fine Arts, San Francisco Art Institute

1993
Bachelor of Fine Arts, San Francisco Art Institute

Solo Exhibitions:

2017
The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center, West Rutland, VT

2010
Talley Gallery, Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN

2009
Laredo Center for the Arts, Laredo, Texas
College of the Sequoias, Visalia, California

2007
Merced College Art Gallery, Merced, California

2003
City College of San Francisco, Visual Arts Building
Veterans War Memorial Building, San Francisco

2002
University of San Francisco, Pacific Rim Studies Department, San Francisco, CA.

2001
Radisson Wilshire Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, sponsored by University of California Riverside,   Ethnic Studies Dept.
Radisson Miyako Hotel, San Francisco, CA, sponsored by Rape of Nanking Redress Coalition and the University of California, Berkeley
San Francisco Main Public Library, Hispanic and Latino Community Room

Group Exhibitions:

2009
South of Market Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA
Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA
Three Person Show, Yavapai College Art Gallery, Prescott Campus, Prescott, Arizona

2008
Puffin Room, Manhattan, New York
Altered Esthetics Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
Community College of Southern Nevada (Cheyenne Campus), two-person show, North Las Vegas, NV
“Are We There Yet? 30 Years of Feminism,” ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL
“National Juried Exhibition,” Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco, CA

2007
“Visual Rhythms/Ritmos Visuales,” Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia
2 Person Exhibition, YWCA at the University of California, Berkeley
“Breaking Ice: Bay Area Artists Consider the African Diaspora,” ArtworkSF Gallery and the San Francisco Public Library International Center, San Francisco, CA
“Strong Waves,” Claudia Chapline Gallery, Stinson Beach, California
“Reclaiming Our Voices,” The Exit Gallery, Montana State University, Bozeman
“National Women’s Art Exhibit,” Transition Gallery, Idaho State University, Pocatello
“A Woman’s Hands,” Mills Pond House Gallery, St. James, NY
“Women’s History Month Exhibition,” Women’s Center, Boise State University, Idaho.

2006
“2006 Bay Area Annual,” Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA
“Women Against Violence/Violence Against Violence,” Ohlone College Art Gallery, Fremont, CA.  Sponsored by NC-NWCA
“Wish You Were Here 5” A.I.R. Gallery, New York City
“Expect Respect; 5th Annual Women’s Art Show,” Prescott-Joseph Center for Community Enhancement, Oakland, California
“Intersections: Locating Acts of Courage,” Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland, California
“Catch-22” Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, California
“National Women’s Art Exhibit,” Transition Gallery, Idaho State University, Pocatello
“Women’s History Month Exhibition,” Women’s Center, Boise State University, Idaho

2005
“The White Ribbon Exhibit,” Cheyney University, Cheyney, Pennsylvania in conjunction with The Project for the End of Rape (PERI)
“Freedom::Response,” Gage Gallery, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL, sponsored by Heartland International
A Shenere Velt Gallery of the Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring, Los Angeles, CA
The Jerusalem Fund Gallery, Washington D.C.
“Open Theme”, South of Market Art Center, San Francisco, CA, organized by NC-NWCA (Northern California National Women’s Caucus for the Arts)
“Justice Matters: Young Artists Consider Palestine,” Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA, sponsored by the Middle East Children’s Alliance and Alliance Graphics
“Artivist 2005”  Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood, CA
“Emerging Artists Exhibition” (3 person show) California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA
“Women Shine Through” WEAVE (Women Escaping a Violent Environment, Inc.) Sacramento, CA

2004
A Shenere Velt Gallery of the Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring, Los Angeles, CA
“Anne Frank Exhibition,” Marin Jewish Community Center, California
“No More Scapegoats,” Hamilton Air Force Base, Hanger 5.  Sponsored by the YMCA,    Marin Foundation and City of Novato, California
“Women’s History Month Exhibition,” Women’s Center, Boise State University, Idaho.
“Violence Against Women, Women Against Violence,” California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA.  Sponsored by NC-NWCA.
Woman Made Galley, Chicago, IL

2003
“Violence Against Women, Women Against Violence,” Nexus Gallery, Berkeley, CA, Sponsored by NC-NWCA.

1998
“Angels & Aliens,” Walter McBean Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Photographic Explorations,” Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA
“Translucent,” Transamerica Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Gerbode Foundation Collection,” Berkeley Museum, Gallery 6, Berkeley, CA
“Exhibition of Women’s Photography,” SOHO 20 Gallery, New York, NY

1996
“Commentaries,” Pearl Conard Gallery, University of Ohio, Mansfield, OH

1995
“MFA Exhibition” Herbst Pavilion, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
“Mission Sole,” Collision Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Prosthesis,” PUSH Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1994
“Graduate Student Exhibit,” Walter McBean Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Strange Fruit,” ARTCOM, San Francisco, CA

1993
“Deletions,” Diego-Rivera Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Garden of Earthly Delights,” Three Muses Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1992
“Traps,” Group Show in San Francisco storefront.
Dusseldorf, Germany school district video screening
“Group Show,” Brainwash Performance Space
“Group Show,” Anti-Matter Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1992, 1991 & 1990     “Undergraduate Exhibition,” Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1989
“Emerging Artists 1989,” North Miami Center for Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL
“Presidential Scholars Exhibition,” Smithsonian Institute of American Art, Washington, DC
Graduate Seniors Exhibition, Brickell One Gallery, Miami, FL
“Sneak Preview – The Next Generation,” Metropolitan Museum and Art Center, Community Gallery, Coral Gables, FL

1988
Undergraduate Juried Exhibition, Bake House Art Space, Miami, FL

Awards:

2007
George Sugarman Foundation, Grant Recipient
Honorable Mention, “Visual Rhythms/Ritmos Visuales,” Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia
Puffin Foundation Ltd., Visual Art Grant Recipient

2006
Money for Women/Barbara Deming Memorial Fund, Grant Recipient

2005
George Sugarman Foundation, Grant Recipient
“Making a Difference for Women Award”.  Selected for award based on artwork that promoted the cause of women.  San Francisco Chapter, Soroptimist International

2004
Puffin Foundation Ltd., Visual Art Grant Recipient
2nd Runner Up, Best in Show, “Women’s History Month Exhibition,” Women’s Center, Boise State University, Idaho.

2003
American Legion Certificate of Appreciation for support of POW/MIA Program

1998
Gerbode Foundation Purchase Award

1996
Western Arts Federation (WESTAF) Honorable Mention in New Genres

1993
MFA Fellowship, San Francisco Art Institute

1992
Merit Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute

1991
Hector Escobar Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute

1990
Merit Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute

1989
AICA Scholarship, Alliance of Independent Colleges of Art

1989
Presidential Scholar in the Arts
Arts Recognition and Talent Search Level I Winner
Secondary Student Art Achievement Award, National Art Education Assoc.                Scholastics Art Competition Portfolio Award

Collections:

1998
Berkeley Museum, Berkeley, CA

Residencies:

1987
Casa de Campo artist’s community, La Romana, Domenican Republic