Ian Boyden > CV

Ian H. Boyden

Ian Boyden Studios

Crab Quill Press

 

Education

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.

         M.A. in the History of Art, December 1998.

Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.

         B.A. in Art History and East Asian Studies, May 1995.

 

Professional Experience

1997–present: Artist

2015–present: Executive Director of San Juan Islands Museum of Art, Friday Harbor, Washington

1998–2007: Director of the Donald H. Sheehan Gallery, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington

 

Residencies, Fellowships & Awards

H.J. Andrews Writer's Residency, H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Blue River, Oregon, 2014

Artist-in-Residence, Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregon, 2013

Jia Yuan Artist-in-Residence, Suzhou, China, Spring 2012

Artist-in-Residence, Suzhou University, China, Fall 2011

Allison B. Allen Artist-in-Residence, Central College, Pella, IA, 2009

Voted Best Work on Paper—2007, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 2007

Richard J. Franke Fellowship, Yale University, 1996-97

Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, China, 1995-96

Freeman Prize for Excellence in East Asian Studies, Wesleyan University, 1995

Beulah Friedman Prize for Excellence in Art History, Wesleyan University, 1995

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2015

Nirvana: Ecological Meditations. Foundry Gallery, Walla Walla, Washington.

2014

Amorphous: Carbon-based Paintings. Galerie Camille, Detroit, Michigan.

2012

Flowing Movement: The Material Imagination of Ian Boyden. Suzhou Museum, Suzhou, China.

2011

Eccentric Orbits. Willow Gallery, Walla Walla, Washington.

Origins and Correspondences. Chengtan, Xinchang, Zhejiang, China.

2010

Feathers Shed from a Meteor. Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington.

Squaring the Circle. The Art Spirit Gallery, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Field of the Sky. The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho, Idaho Falls, Idaho.

2009

Ian Boyden: Collaborative Artist's Books Mills Gallery, Central College, Pella, Iowa.

Drinking with the Moon. Seven Hills Winery, Walla Walla, Washington.

2008

Let the Stones Tell It: Recent paintings and collaborative book with Sam Hamill. Augen Gallery, Portland, Oregon.

Echoes of Earth, Part II. Seven Hills Winery, Walla Walla, Washington.

Habitations: Recent paintings and book with Sam Hamill. Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington.

2007

A Selection of Artist Books Produced by Crab Quill Press. Hauser Library, Reed College.

Echoes of Earth: Landscapes Interpreting the Terroir of Eastern Washington. Seven Hills Winery, Walla Walla, Washington.

Shorelines: Paintings by Ian H. Boyden. Augen Gallery, Portland, Oregon.

2006

Standing on the Shores of Chaos: Diaologs with the Zhuangzi. Rogers Gallery, Willamette University, Salem, Oregon.

Alchemical Feathers: Paintings and Books by Ian H. Boyden. Foundry Gallery, Walla Walla, Washington.

Recent Paintings by Ian Boyden. Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington.

2005

Meditations on the Breath of Trees: Paintings by Ian Boyden. Pendleton Center for the Arts, Pendleton, Oregon.

Mirror Over Tunguska: Paintings by Ian Boyden. Augen Gallery, Portland, Oregon.

Translations from the Azurite: Paintings by Ian Boyden. Ochi Fine Art, Ketchum, Idaho.

Road Through Sleep: Paintings by Ian Boyden. Woodward Canyon Winery, Lowden, Washington.

2004

Virga and the Synaesthesia of Spheres: Paintings by Ian Boyden. Seven Hills Winery, Walla Walla, Washington.

Primordia and Other Fancies: Paintings by Ian Boyden. Grapefields, Walla Walla, Washington.

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013

Alumni II. Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.

Mirror Mirror: Ian Boyden and Wuon-Gean Ho. Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregon.

Brilliant Artist Books from around the World 《钻石之叶——全球艺术家手制书展》. Curated by Xu Bing. Central Academy of Fine Arts Art Museum, Beijing, China.

Al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition. Multiple venues: San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA; The Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA; Santa Fe University of Art and Design; Newark Public Library; John Rylands Library, Manchester, UK.

2012

Portfolios and Artist Books. Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington.

Al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition. Multiple venues: Westminster Library, Westminster, UK; The Powell Library, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Salt & Cedar Letterpress Studio, Detroit, Michigan.

2011

Blurring the Lines—A Drawing Exhibition. Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington.

Al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition. Multiple venues: Joure Museum, Joure, Netherlands; Wayne State University Library, Detroit, Michigan.

ONE OF A KIND, Part 1. Pierre Menard Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Collection of the Southwest Meteorite Laboratory. Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, Tucson, Arizona.

Conference on Book Destruction. University of London, London.

2010

Object Focus: The Book. Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon.

Al-Mutanabbi Street Broadside Project. San Francisco Zen Center, San Francisco, California.

Southwest Meteorite Laboratory. Geodecor, Tucson, Arizona.

Sitka Invitational. Forestry Center, Portland, Oregon.

2007

Gadzooks! Amazing Books by Northwest Artists. Maryhill Museum, Goldendale, Washington.

Books & Broadsides. Lower Columbia College, Washington.

2006

Scapes: Environments Interpreted. Irvine Fine Art Center, Irvine, California.

2005

Art of Ink—2005. Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea.

Pushing the Margins. White Lotus Gallery, Eugene, Oregon.

Art of Ink—2005. New York Hall of Science, Brooklyn, New York.

2004

The Enchantment of the Artist Book. Gilkey Center, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon.

The Field of Aki. Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, Oregon.

Art of Ink—2004. Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama.

2003

Art of Ink—2003. Shaanxi Provincial Art Museum, Xi'an, P.R.China.

2002

Art of Ink—2002. Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon.

ArtWalla. Walla Walla Foundry, Walla Walla, Washington.

2001

Art of Ink—2001. National Taiwan Arts Education Institute, Taipei, Taiwan.

2000

Art of Ink—2000. Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey.

1999

Art of Ink—1999. Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, Los Angeles, California.

Visible Poetry: The Word as Abstraction. Bush Barn Art Center, Salem Oregon.

1998

Art of Ink—1999. Moolpha Group, Seoul, South Korea.

Book Arts at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. Newport Visual Art Center, Newport, Oregon.

A Carousel at Birth. Wessel and Lieberman Booksellers, Seattle, Washington.

1996

Gulou Exhibition Hall, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, P.R. China.

 

Commissions, Artist Books, Installations, & Collaborative Projects

2015

Sonify. Video documenting my ecological explorations of Mill Creek, Blue Mountains of Eastern Oregon.

Sound Boundary. Land art installation of a one mile-long line of wildflowers marking the boundary of a river's sound to explore perceptual aspects of what a river is. Engaged expertise of geomorphologist and field biologist. In process. Blue Mountains, Oregon.

2014

Entering the River. Multi-dimensional installation exploring the ecology of a mountain stream, working with geologist and stream ecologist. In process. Blue Mountains, OR.

2013

Playing Weiqi in the Shadow of My Teachers. Lan Su Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregon.

Immortal Feast: Ornithoskopias Théatron. Installation of heads cast from bird seed at Grass Mountain, Otis, Oregon

2012

Manifold. Large-scale, interactive fabric installation at the Jia Yuan Studio, Suzhou, China.

Edible Earth. A collaborative book of photographs by Ian Boyden and poems by Sam Hamill. Suzhou, China: Crab Quill Press.

Immortal Feast: Knowing the Happiness of Fish. Installation of 15 self-portraits submerged in a pond. Each head was fitted to dispense food from the mouth, eyes, or ears. Documented with underwater cameras. Jia Yuan Garden, Suzhou, China.

2011

Lapland Moth. Unique book made from an iron meteorite.

Sidereal Heart. Unique book made from an iron meteorite.

Immortal Feast: Black Bear Blue Mountains. Self-portrait made of dried fish, marshmallows, and bird seed set out in the Blue Mountains. Documentation with motion-activated infrared cameras.

2010

The Heart of the Monster: Why the Pacific Northwest & Northern Rockies Must Not Become an ExxonMobil Conduit to the Alberta Tar Sands.  I collaborated with Rick Bass, David Duncan, Steven Hawley, and Frederic Ohringer to produce this piece of environmental activism.  Published by All Against The Haul (Missoula, MT).

Squaring the Circle. During the course of 2010, I collaborated extensively with Timothy C. Ely.  Our work resulted in 23 paintings, many of which were debuted in the exhibition "Squaring the Circle" at The Art Spirit Gallery in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

2009

Field of the Sky. Unique book made from an iron meteorite with an accompanying painting made using the meteorite dust.  Commissioned by Whitman College in memory of Rina Imperial. Hall of Science, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington.

Al-Mutanabbi Street Broadside Project. 130 printers and writers collaborated to produce broadsides in response to the bombing of Iraq. All proceeds go to Doctors Without Boarders.

2008

Habitations. A collaborative manuscript book of paintings by Ian Boyden and poem by Sam Hamill. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

Ochi Grave Marker. Commemorative stone marker for the Fred and Yoshiko Ochi commissioned by the Ochi family. Idaho Falls, Idaho.

River Through the Valley of Fire. Graphic design of an exhibition catalogue for American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, California.

Coexistence with Fire. Graphic design of an exhibition catalogue for American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, California.

Etched in Stone: The Geology of City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park, Idaho. Graphic design of a book for Idaho Geological Society, Moscow, Idaho.

2007

Conversations Across Time. Graphic design of an exhibition catalogue for C. G. Boerner, New York, New York.

2006

The Oystercatcher and the Pearl Feather: A Sequence of Paintings by Ian H. Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

2005

Near to the Place Where They Should Meet. A collaborative manuscript book of drawings and paintings by Ian H. Boyden and Timothy C. Ely. Jointly published by Crab Quill Press and Planetary Collage.

Segments Along A Horizon: A Sequence of Paintings by Ian H. Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

2004

Convergences. A large-scale stone and bronze sculpture by Ian and Jennifer Boyden. Commissioned by Blue Mountain Arts Alliance and the City of Walla Walla.

The Creator is Without Words. A stone stele featuring the calligraphy of Bai Qianshen engraved into a basalt column. Produced for Walla Walla Foundry, Walla Walla, Washington.

The Irreverences, Provocations & Connivances of Uncle Skulky. An artist's book featuring a suite of twenty-one prints, one self-portrait and several original drawings by Frank Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

The Field of Aki. An artist's book featuring a poem by Kakinomoto no Asomi Hitomaro (Japanese, fl. Late 7th c.); written translation by Edward Morris; calligraphy by Bai Qianshen; and prints by Frank Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

2003

Serpentine Torso. A stone and bronze collaborative sculpture with Wayne Chabre.

Evidence of Night. An artist's book featuring poems by Jennifer Boyden, prints and drawings by Frank Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

On the Synaesthesia of Spheres. Watercolors and essay by Ian Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

2002

The Augury of a Cranefly. Collected, Composed & Calligraphed by Ian Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

2001

Twenty Views of Cascade Head. An artist's book featuring prints by Charles Chu and Frank Boyden, poems by J. Cailin Oakes and Ian Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

Parts and Pieces: A Brief Bestiary. An artist's book featuring prints and drawings by Rick Bartow and Frank Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

2000

Bird Spirits: Nine Pieces for Jane Boyden. An artist's book featuring piano pieces by William Bolcom, prints by Frank Boyden. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

1999

Peach Blossom Fish: Selected Poems Composed & Calligraphed by Chang Ch'ung-ho. Chinese title: 桃花鱼. An artist's book featuring poems and calligraphy by Chang Ch'ung-ho and translations by Hans H. Frankel, Ian Boyden, and Edward Morris. Walla Walla, Washington: Crab Quill Press.

1998

A Mischievity of Craneflies. Ian Boyden. Otis, Oregon: Crab Quill Press.

A Carousel at Birth. An artist's book featuring a poem by Ian Boyden, prints by Frank Boyden. Portland, Oregon: Salient Seedling Press.

 

Catalogues and Reviews

Gordon, Melissa, "Ian Boyden Transforms 4.5-Million-Year-Old Meteorite," in Poor Yorick Journal, online: http://www.pooryorickjournal.com/ian-boyden-transforms-4-5-million-year-old-meteorite-into-book/, October 2014.

Ely, Timothy C., "With Forces Older than Our Sun," in Basalt Magazine, Vol. 9, no. 1, 2014.

Bai, Qianshen, et. al., Flowing Movement: The Material Imagination of Ian Boyden. Shanghai: Shanghai Cultural Press (in cooperation with J.Y. Gallery and the Suzhou Museum), 2012.

Liu, Xin (刘欣), “An American Shares Stories About Chang Ch'ung-ho《桃花鱼·师徒情·苏州缘:一位美国人与张充和的故事》, Suzhou Ribao 《苏州日报》, January 15, 2012.

Wallace, Eileen, Masters: Book Arts: Major Works by Leading Artists. Asheville, North Carolina: Lark Books, 2011.

Wilson, Mindy, “Percolations of the Void,” in The Georgia Review (Winter 2010).

Musolf, Peter, “The bottle as a mystic portal,” in Walla Walla Lifestyles (November 2010).

Sicha, Choire, “The Oldest Book in the World: Ian Boyden's Field of the Sky,” in Mischief + Mayhem (October 2, 2010).

Chen, Xiaowei (陈晓维), "Ian Boyden, Chang Ch'ung-ho, Peach Blossom Fish," 《薄英,充和,桃花鱼》online essay on 陈晓维的BLOG (http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_3f51e9190100kapz.html), (July 8, 2010).

Popova, Dena, “Boyden's literary, longing skeletons at Seven Hills Winery Tasting Room,” in Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (October 22, 2009).

Speer, Richard, “Ian Boyden: “Let The Stones Tell It” at Augen Gallery,” in art ltd. (March 2009, pg. 27), Woodland Hills, California.

Speer, Richard, “Ian Boyden at Augen,” in Willamette Week (Volume 33, Issue 20 (March 28, 2007), pg. 60), Portland, Oregon.

Walsh, Daniella, “Taking a fresh look at the land,” in Orange County Register, Arts and Entertainment pg. 15 (Oct 1, 2006).

Cowan, Ron, “Inspired by Chinese history, painter delves into chaos,” in The
Statesman Journal (September 29, 2006), Salem, Oregon

Greenwood, Kevin, “Ian Boyden: At the Vibrant Epicenter,” in Standing on the Shores of Chaos. Salem, Oregon:Willamette University, 2006.

Hunter, Julia, “Ian Boyden's Alchemical Feathers,” in Alchemical Feathers. Walla Walla, Washington: Walla Walla Foundry, 2006.

Dong, Qiao (董桥) "Qianshen Bai brings a copy of Peach Blossom Fish" 《白谦慎带来了《桃花鱼》》, online essay appearing on Sina Xinwen Zhongxin (http://news.sina.com.cn/s/2005-07-26/17047330066.shtml), (June 13, 2005).

Toedtemeier, Terry, “On Ian Boyden and ‘Meditations on the Breath of Trees,'” in Meditations on the Breath of Trees. Pendleton, OR: Pendleton Center for the Arts, 2005.

Murry, Terry, “Artist catches the wind,” in the Eastern Oregonian (October 13, p. 6a), Pendleton, Oregon, 2005.

Lamberton, Daniel, “Geographical Blood: Ian Boyden's New Paintings,” in Translations from the Azurite/Mirror Over Tunguska: Paintings by Ian H. Boyden. Co-published by Ochi Fine Art (Ketchum, Idaho) and Augen Gallery (Portland, Oregon) 2005.

Kim, Sun Wuk, Art of Ink in America—2003. Xi'an, P.R.China: Shanxi Provincial Art Museum, 2002.

Kim, Sun Wuk, Art of Ink in America—2002. Portland, Oregon: Contemporary Crafts Gallery, 2002.

Kim, Sun Wuk, Art of Ink in America—2000. Newark, NJ: Rutgers University, 2000.

 

Publications

《激情·想象·创造——一位美国艺术家对中国书法元素的感悟与体验》"Passion, Imagination, Creativity: An American Artist's Perception of and Experience with Chinese Calligraphy.," in Chinese Calligraphy 《中国书法》, Beijing, April 2012, pg. 104-116.

“The Bloom of Breath” in Anna Hepler: Bloom. Suyama Space, Seattle, Washington, 2011.

“Chasing Shadows, Becoming Atlas,” in Timothy C. Ely—Line of Sight. Spokane, Washington: Northwest Museum of Art and Culture, 2010.

Reading Everything: A Cryptic Invitation from Ancient Iron. Walla Walla, Washington: Whitman College, 2010.

“道在瓦甓:华人德书作的意象,主题和风格,” in 《华人德书法作品集》 (Hua Rende's Calligraphy Works). Beijing: Renmin Meishu Chubanshe, 2008.

Echoes of Earth: Landscapes Interpreting Terroir. Walla Walla, Washington: Seven Hills Winery, 2007.

“Some Observations about Frank Boyden as Collaborator and Accounts of His Book Projects at Crab Quill Press” in Frank Boyden: Prints and Books.  Co-authored with Prudence Roberts. Salem, Oregon: Hallie-Ford Museum of Art, 2006.

“The Way can be found in bricks and shards: Juxtapositions of image, text and calligraphic style in the work of Hua Rende,” (translated by Mao Qiujin) in Zhongguo Shufa 《中国书法》(Chinese Calligraphy) 2006: vol. 11, pg. 77-80, Beijing, P.R. China.

“Reflections on Forgotten Surfaces: Hua Rende's exhibition of calligraphy at Whitman College,” (translated by Mao Qiujin) in Zhongguo Mohen meishu daokan 《中国墨痕美术导刊》(Ink Marks), 2006: vol. 11, pg. 1, Nangjing, P.R. China.

Roots of Clouds, Transcendence of Stones. Co-authored with Jennifer Boyden and Terry Toedtemeier. Walla Walla, Washington: Donald H. Sheehan Gallery (Whitman College), 2006.

Reflections on Forgotten Surfaces: The Calligraphy of Hua Rende. Walla Walla, Washington: Donald H. Sheehan Gallery (Whitman College), 2005.

The Tables of Jupiter: Graphic Work by Timothy C. Ely.  Walla Walla, Washington: Donald H. Sheehan Gallery (Whitman College), 2004.

“Introduction” in Art of Ink in America—2002. Portland, Oregon: Contemporary Crafts Gallery, 2002.

Envoys: Prints by Rick Bartow. Walla Walla, Washington: Whitman College, January 2002.

Amid the Shore Reeds: A Japanese Screen from the Davis Collection. Walla Walla, Washington: Whitman College, January 2001.

Stone Brushes: Three Calligraphers from Suzhou. Portland, Oregon: Contemporary Crafts Gallery, July 2000.

A Carousel at Birth. Ian Boyden and Frank Boyden. Portland, Oregon: Salient Seedling Press, 1997.

“Discussing Eastern Jin Epitaphs in Conjunction with some Notes on Debates Concerning the Orchid Pavilion,” translation of 《論東晉墓誌兼及蘭亭序論辯》 by Hua Rende (华人德), in Early Medieval China 3 (August 1997). Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University.

The Peripatetic Brush: Four Contemporary Chinese Calligraphers and Their Use of the Past. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University, 1995.

 

Selected Public Lectures

2015

“Nirvana: Carbon Inks, Burning Forests, and the Buddhist Endgame,” Foundry Gallery.

2014

“Fragments of Solar Ecology,” Whitman College.

“The Elimination of the Self Self-Portrait,” Eastern Oregon University.

“Avian Flame: Mirror Ecologies of a Mind Consumed; Oregon State University.

“Why a Book? Biblionic Ecologies of Pre-Codex Books,” Walla Walla Public Library.

2013

“The Last Pine: Carbon-based Inks of China,” Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.

“Luring the Immortals: Recent Installations in China,” Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.

“Leaping the Whale: Thoughts on Art, Ecology, and Stewardship,” Westwind, Otis, Oregon.

2012

“Translating Meteorites!” Co-presentation with the poet Jennifer Boyden. Sitka Invitational, Forestry Center, Portland, Oregon.

“Immortal Feast: Portraits Consumed by Birds, Bears, and Fish,” Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Otis, Oregon.

“At Night upon a Carbon Sea: Placing My Painting within the Chinese Context,” Suzhou Museum, Suzhou, China.

2011

“The Metamorphosis of Smoke,” Suzhou University of Science and Technology, Suzhou, China.

“Heavy Book! Implications of Reading Meteoric Iron,” Central College, Pella, Iowa.

“Esoteric Pigments and the Material Imagination,” Willow Gallery, Walla Walla, Washington.

2010

“From Dust to Rust: Reading an Iron Meteorite,” Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington.

“Carbon Trap,” The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho, Idaho Falls, Idaho.

2009

“Systems & Structures Behind the Codex,” Central College, Pella, Iowa.

“Ian Boyden's Collaborative Books,” Central College, Pella, Iowa.

2008

“Why a Book?” Reed College, Portland, Oregon.

2006

“Invertebrate Scripts,” Willamette University, Salem, Oregon.

2006

“Nepholithos: The Relationship of Clouds and Stones,” Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington.

“The Calligraphy of Hua Rende,” University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

“The Way Can Be Found in Bricks and Shards,” Portland Classical Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregon.

 

Selected Exhibitions Curated/Organized

(Unless noted, the exhibitions listed below were at the Sheehan Gallery.)

M168: Works by Geraldine Ondrizek, 2007.

Instrument / Implement: Work by Buster Simpson, 2006.

Roots of Clouds, Transcendence of Stones. Co-curated with Jennifer Boyden and Terry Toedtemeier, 2006.

Reflections on Forgotten Surfaces: The Calligraphy of Hua Rende, 2005.

The Tables of Jupiter: Graphic Work by Timothy C. Ely, 2004.

Points of Contact: Shoichi Ida & Robert Kushner, Co-curated with Keiko Hara, 2003.

Legends of Rock & Roll: Photographs by Jim Marshall and Andrew Kent, 2003.

Embroidered Anatomies: Patrick Traer, 2002.

Metamorphosis/Web: Yuriko Yamaguchi, 2002.

Envoys: Prints by Rick Bartow, 2002.

PRINTSDRAWINGWRITING: Works by Terry Allen, 2001.

Time Spent With Text: an Installation by Kathy Kuehn, 2001.

Tom Prochaska: Thirty Years of Graphics, 2000.

Stone Brushes: Three Calligraphers from Suzhou, 2000 (Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon).

Crosscut Flame: Wood-fired Ceramics from the Jewel Creek Anagama, 2000.

Taste in Home Decorating: New Paintings by Roberto Juarez, 2000.

(stillness): Winifred Lutz, 2000.

West by Northwest: Photographs by Peter de Lory, 1999.

Weegee The Famous: Photographs from the Alan and Ellen Newberg Collection, 1999.

Claudia Bernardi: Traces/Huellas, 1998.

The Peripatetic Brush: Four Contemporary Chinese Calligraphers and Their Use of the Past, 1995 (Mansfield Freeman Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut).

 

Public/Corporate Collections

Beijing University, Beijing, China
Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, Utah
Carleton College, New York, New York
Chu-Griffis Collection, Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut
Contemporary Crafts Museum, Portland, Oregon
Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
The Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C
Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette University, Salem, Oregon
Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Jin Cheng Media Group, Suzhou, China
The Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
Mansfield Freeman Center, Wesleyan University, Connecticut
University of Michigan, Music Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan
New York Public Library, New York, New York
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
Reed College, Portland, Oregon
Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle, Washington
Seven Hills Winery, Walla Walla, Washington
Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts
SPEX SamplePrep, Metuchen, New Jersey
Stanford University, Stanford, California
Suzhou University, Suzhou, China
Suzhou Museum, Suzhou, China
Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Victoria & Albert Museum, London
City of Walla Walla, Washington
Walla Walla Foundry, Walla Walla, Washington
Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut