Exhibition, Publication, and Teaching History

Solo Exhibitions

2014 – Acceptance, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle

2011 – In Sunlight, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle

2008 – Water Falling, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle

2006 – Cloudscapes and Nocturnes, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle

2005 – Light Snow: Alaskan Landscapes, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle

2004 – A Sense of Place, Steele Gallery, Seattle. Selected landscapes from the Alaskan series

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017 – Splash! Works inspired by the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks Centennial, Seattle, Wash.

2017 – Collective Visions Gallery, 10th Annual Juried Art Competition, Bremerton, Wash.

2016 – 31 for 32 Summer Salon, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle, Wash.

2016 – Gage Academy of Art Instructor’s Exhibition at Era Living’s Aljoya facility

2016 – Collective Visions Gallery, 9th Annual Juried Art Competition, Bremerton, Wash.

2016 – Call of the Clouds, ArtEAST and Blakely Hall, Issaquah, Wash.

2015 – Environmental Art, Era Living, Ida Culver House, Seattle, Wash.

2014 – Seattle Icons, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle, Wash.

2014 – Gage Instructor Studio Sale, Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, Wash.

2014 – Any Day: Artists’ Exploration of Death, Steele Gallery, Gage Acaademy of Art, Seattle, Wash.

2014 – Summer School: Recognizing Teaching Artists, Lisa Harris Gallery

2013 – Double Dozen: Gallery Artists Select Guests, Lisa Harris Gallery, Seattle, Wash.

2012 – Plein Air invitational, Lisa Harris Gallery

8–11/11 – The Back Country, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Port Angeles, Wash.

7–11/11 – Boats & Bridges: Connecting Water and Land, Era Living, Ida Culver House, Seattle, Wash.

1–3/11 – Redirect: Gage Teaching Artist Exhibition, Seattle

7–8/10 – Landscape, Brian Marki Fine Art, Portland, Ore.

5–6/10 – Celebrate Art! Guest exhibitor at Seattle Co-Arts 60th Annual Art Show, Seattle

11/09–1/10 – Landscape Painting: The Book, Steele Gallery at Gage Academy of Art, Seattle

2009 – Gage Academy 20th Anniversary Exhibit, Steele Gallery, Seattle

10/08–2/09 – Above and Below, University House, Seattle

7/06–10/06 – Artistically Engaged, Washington State Convention Center

2004 – Instructors’ Juried Exhibition, Seattle Art Museum Rental/Sales Gallery, Seattle

2002 – Five Contemporary Artists, Douglas Fraser Fine Art, Bellevue, Wash.

2001 – Selected Landscapes, Allison & Ross Gallery, Issaquah, Wash.

1999 – Northwest Landscapes, Studio Gallery, Gage Academy of Art

1998 – Composing Reality, Daniel Smith Gallery, Seattle, Wash.

1993, 1994 – Selected Landscapes, Instructors’ Exhibition, Art Institute of Seattle

1992 – Selected Plein Air Paintings, Small Works Gallery, Seattle, Wash.

1987 – Whose Woods are These? Sloan Walter Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1985 – Selected works from the World Trade Center series, Henry Hicks Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

1983 – Selected works from the senior thesis, Sycamore Series. Zoma Gallery, New York, NY


essential-concepts-of-landscape-painting-cover2009 – Landscape Painting: Essential Concepts and Techniques for Plein Air and Studio Practice (Watson-Guptill/Random House)

2010 to present – Writer, editor of Essential Concepts of Landscape Painting, an educational blog

2013 – The Power of Notan in Landscape Composition, a two-part article in International Artist

2012–present – Artists & Illustrators magazine (UK): Impressionist Painting, Using Photographs Like an Artist, The Art of the Thumbnail, Understanding Composition through Shape and Notan, Harmony in Landscape Painting (3-part series)


1997–present – Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, Wash.

2011-present – Winslow Art Center, Bainbridge Island, Wash.

2011 – Seattle Art Museum, lecture and tour in conjunction with “Beauty & Bounty: American Art in an Age of Exploration”

2010–present – Instructor, Pacific Northwest School of Art, Coupeville, Wash.

1999 – Seattle Art Museum, Landscape painting demonstration and lecture in
conjunction with Thomas Moran exhibit

1995–2003 – Seattle Central Community College

1998 – Seattle Art Museum, Impressionism: A Studio Perspective: lecture and tour in conjunction with Impressionism exhibition

1992–1995 – Art Institute of Seattle

1986–1989 – State University of New York at F.I.T.


2016 – Feature story, Mitchell Albala: Landscape Painting with an Economy of Details by Arnaud Dimberton, in Practique des Arts (France), Oct–Nov issue

2014 – Juror, artEAST and Plein Air Washington Artists, Northwest Landscapes Grand & Intimate, Issaquah, Wash.

2013 – Juror, Students of Tom Hoffman, Watercolor Retrospective

2010 – Juror, Plein Air Painters’ U.S. Open, sponsored by Pacific Northwest Art School

2010 – Juror, Art Kudos, International Art Competition and Exhibition

2010 – Juror, Seattle Co-Arts 60th Annual Juried Art Show

2010 – Juror, Pacific Lutheran University, Annual Juried Student Exhibition

1999 – Centerpoint, Forum panelist: “Careers in Art and Design”