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RESUME/CV ARTIST STATEMENT

Posted by Jami Lord on December 18, 2012 at 3:05 PM

Artist Resume

 

Shows

 

Quicksilver Media, Spokane WA, December 2012

BarnHart Associates Real Estate, Eugene OR, April through June, 2011

The Horse Head, Eugene, OR, March, 2011

Akasu Hair Studio and Salon, August through October 2009, Portland, Oregon

Shearwater Gallery Group Show, Rock n Roll, August through January

2008/09, Seaside, OR

The Children’s Garden, September through January 2008/09, Portland, Oregon

Gotham Tavern, June through July 2008, Portland, Oregon

East Burn, May through July 2008, Portland, Oregon

The Bamboo Groove Saloon, Group Show Blossoms, April 2008, Portland, Oregon

Touchstone Coffee, April 2008, Portland, Oregon

Castlegar Public Library, Group Show, The 5th Ave Artists, January

through March, 2008, B.C.

Monochrome, October 2007, Portland, Oregon

Tandem Coffee House, September 2007, Portland, Oregon

The Lofted Lair Gallery, April 2007, St. Helens, Oregon

Village Building Convergence May 2007, Group Show, Portland, Oregon

Muddy Water's, March 2007, Portland, Oregon

Vino Paradiso, January 2007, Portland, Oregon

 

Commissions

 

Town of Lakeview Water Tank, Lakeview Oregon, 2012

NCO Railway Train Mural, Lakeview, Oregon, 2011

Lake County Court House Mural, Lakeview, Oregon, 2010

Holiday Card for New Avenues for Youth, Portland, Oregon, 2009

Chamber of Commerce Holiday Card, Lakeview, Oregon, 2010

Triptych for Urban and Public Affairs Building, Portland State

University, Portland, Oregon, 2007

 

Education

 

Diploma in Mixed Media, Kootenay School of the Arts, Nelson, British Columbia, 2000

 

Artist Statement:

 

These paintings are a reflection of the joy I find in life. The modern cityscape comes mostly from my imagination but at times I will find inspiration in communities that are close to my heart or images I find interesting through research.  My work involves the layering of acrylic paint on textured surfaces to invoke depth and spaciousness.  If there is one underlying theme to my work, it is detail. Detail in color, detail in composition and detail in design. 

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