2021 Solo Exhibit, Emerson Center for Art and Culture, Bozeman, MT, May -June
2020 CANCELED due to COVID-19 Solo Exhibit, Emerson Center for Arts and Culture, Bozeman, MT, May 6-July 3
2019 Artist Trust Annual Art Auction and Benefit, Seattle, WA, juried exhibition and sale, March
2018 Celebration of the Arts, The Emerson Center for Arts and Culture, Bozeman, MT, annual juried exhibit and sale,
Dec 14, 2018-Jan 25th 2019.
2016 Kirkland Arts Center, Juried Holiday Art Exhibit, Kirkland, WA, December 1-31
2016 SURGE, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA, Juried exhibit addressing climate change in the Pacific
Northwest, September 17-25
2016 Prospect and Refuge,Three Rivers Artist Guild group exhibit, Zoot Corporate Gallery, Bozeman, MT, July-October
2016 Ballard Works Invitational Exhibit, curated by Julia Rickets, Ballard Works, Seattle, WA. June
2015 23rd Best of Gage, Student Art Exhibition, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA. June -July
2015 Three Rivers Artists Guild, group exhibition, 12 pieces exhibited in group show pop-up in vacant retail space,
Bozeman, MT, March 20-21
2015 Unconditional Line, Drawings of the Landscape, 2 person show w/ Suzanne Brooker, Gallery at Madrona Wine
Merchant, Seattle, WA, January-February
2014 Three Rivers Artists Guild, group exhibition, 9 pieces exhibited in group show pop-up in vacant retail space,
Bozeman, MT, September 23-24
2014 22nd Best of Gage, Student Art Exhibition, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA, June -July
2013 21st Best of Gage, Student Art Exhibition, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA, June -July
2012 Sky and Water, Landscape Painters Northwest group exhibition, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA,
October 2011-January 2012
2011 19th Annual Best of Gage, Student Art Exhibit, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA. June -July
2011 Sky and Water, Landscape Painters Northwest group exhibit, University Unitarian Church, Seattle, WA, March-June
Essential Techniques of Landscape Drawing, Suzanne Brooker, Watson Guptil, April, 2018 (pastels and drawings featured)
The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting: Techniques for Rendering Sky, Terrain, Trees, and Water, Suzanne Brooker, Watson-Guptill, August 2015 (Paintings and drawings featured)
2015 Artist Trust EDGE recipiant October 2015; Jurored selection for participation in week-long artist professional development program
2015 First Place Award in Abstract Art, 23rd Best of Gage Art Exhibition, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA Joseph McDonnell Juror
2009-2015 Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, WA, studies in art, color theory, drawing & painting.
2010 Tuscan Plein Air Painting Seminar with Maddine Insallaco and Joe Vinson, Tuscany, Italy
2001 Master of Architecture, with Honors, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
1984 Bachelor of Fine Art, with Honors, Pratt Institute of Art, New York, NY
1976-78 New England College, Henniker, NH, undergraduate studies
Bozeman Art Museum, Member, Board of Directors, 2012-2014.
Provided the Museum with program development, and performed building analysis and architectural feasibility studies for purposes of acquisition.
Exhibit design for two Museum Pop-Up exhibits of fine art in vacant retail, real estate locations for Bozeman art-walks in the summer 2013.
Arts Without Boundaries, Bozeman, MT.
Volunteer and program coordinator for annual fundraising events, June of 2012 and June of 2013.
ARCHITECTURAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009-2014 Self employed architectural designer on residential projects in Seattle, WA, and Bozeman, MT
2004-2009 Architectural designer, Bosworth Hoedemaker, LLC. Seattle, WA
2000-2004 Self employed architectural designer on residential projects in Seattle area
1993-1998 Freelance graphic designer, Seattle WA
1982-1993 Graphic designer, New York, NY
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN RECOGNITION
2011 Kitchen of the Year, Seattle Homes and Lifestyles, January, Capitol Hill kitchen remodel*
2007 AIA Honor Award, Northwest Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, for Nettly Wood, a 25 acre residential compound on Decatur Island, WA. Project Designer, with Steve Hoedemaker and Tom Bosworth.*
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BIBLIOGRAPHY*
2012 Grey July-August issue; Capitol Hill remodel featured extensive modernization of a period-home
2011 Coastal Living September issue; residential project Nettly Wood, on Decatur Island, WA
2011 Seattle Homes and Lifestyles January issue, Capitol Hill home remodel
2009 Not So Big Remodeling, by Sarah Susanka, Taunton Press
2008 Renovation Style Summer issue, Wallingford bungalow addition and remodel
2008 Western Interiors and Design April issue, family compound on Decatur Island, WA
2007 Pacific Northwest Magazine of the Sunday Seattle Times January, Wallingford bungalow remodel and addition
* projects produced while architectural designer at Bosworth Hoedemaker, LLC.