Exhibitions

Exhibits from 1997- Current

2023 Rinconada Library, June, Solo Exhibition, Palo Alto, CA (Details TBA)

 

2022 Monumental Yoga, June 21, Vendor booth & location (TBA)

 

2022 Garfield Park Arts Center, Indianapolis: June 3 -25th Group Exhibition,

(onsite exhibition), IN, "Red, A Color Exhibition"

 

2022 Playground Productions: April 15th - Group Exhibition,

(onsite exhibition), IN

"A Generous Kingdom:

The Use of Art & Science to Inspire The Next Generation of Gatekeepers"

 

2022 Sacramento County Board of Chambers: January 2022 - July 2022 -

Solo Exhibition

(onsite exhibition), CA.

 

2021 Las Laguna Art Gallery (on-line) exhibition for Botanical Art and Illustration- (online)

December 2-December 31st, Group Exhibition, CA.

 

2021 Blue Line Arts: Title: Amanda Gorman: The Hill We Climb, 5ft.x4ft. oils, collage and resin, Roseville, CA, (Artist talk), July 16 - September 11, 2021, Group Exhibition, CA.

 

20/20 Hindsight Social Justice Exhibition, online exhibition and (artist talk), December 2020, Group Exhibition, CA.

 

2020 Dab Art Co.: ART IN THE TIME OF CORONA™, online, December 2020 - January 2022, Group Exhibition, CA.

 

2020 Women Soaring Project: Women Suffragists, online, Fall 2020, Group Exhibition, NY.

 

2020 Art Ventures Gallery, Menlo Park and Artist in Residency with Art

Ventures, January 2020, Half Moon Bay, CA.

 

2020 Triton Museum, Pocket Exhibition: Covid-19: Life in a Pandemic,

online, Group Exhibition, CA.

 

2020 Triton Museum, Pocket Exhibition: We Can't Breath, online, Group Exhibition, CA.

 

2020 Abrams Claghorn Gallery, The Ground Upon Which We Stand, online,

(Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art), April 15 - May 31, 2020, Group

Exhibition, CA.

 

2019 City of Palo Alto, Palo Alto Art Center, May-June, 2019, Women's Caucus for Art,

Group Exhibition, CA.

 

2018 Humani-fest, Indianapolis, June 2018, Group Exhibition, IN.

 

2015 The Women's Healing Conference, Los Altos, May 9, 2015, Solo Exhibition, CA.

 

2014 Sophia University, Palo Alto, Solo Exhibition, CA.

 

2009 White Box, New York City, Group Exhibition, NY.

 

2007 Works Art Gallery, San Jose, Group Exhibition, CA.

 

2005 Bellevue City Hall, WhatIsArt, Group Exhibition, WA.

 

2004 Manhattan Social Club, Solo Exhibition, NY.

(Eve Ensler Fundraiser)

 

2003 Luisen Park,WhatIsArt-WhatIsSound annual member exhibition, Group Exhibition,

Mannheim, Germany.

 

2003 Nico Gallery, Conversations in Form, January-February 2003,

Seattle, Solo Exhibition, WA.

 

2002 Alte Feuerwache, WhatIsArt, Solo Exhibition, Mannheim, Germany.

 

1997 Oculus Gallery, The Story of the Door, Baton Rouge, Group Exhibition, LA.

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Artist Resume

Publications

DAB Art Co. Exhibition Catalogue is located at the LACMA Balch Art Research Library, 2021.

 

National Arts and Disability Center, SEMEL Institute for NeuroScience, UCLA, 2020.

WhiteHot Magazine, Brooklyn, New York, 2019

Santa Cruz Record, "Maria Medina - CulturedSocial.org",

May 3, 2016.

Anna Fahey, “Curatorial Communist,” Seattle Weekly, Seattle, Washington, 2001, 2006.

 

"Junges Kunst Project im Mannheim, Luisen Park,” Meier Magazine, Mannheim, Germany, 2003.

 

"Whatisart-Whatissound,” Guida Agli Eventi Culturali, Modena, Italy. 2003.

 

“Die Kunst an Sich,” Scala Kulture im Rehein-Neckar-Dreleck Magazine, Heidelberg, Germany, 2003.

 

"Wo die Vielfalt blüt," Ton-Art, Mannheim, Germany, 2003.

Peter Engelhardt, “Drei Tage lang dreht sich im Luisenpark alles um Kulture, Internationales Festival,” Mannheimer Morgan, Nr. 201, Mannheim, Germany, 2003.

 

Peter Engelhardt, “Die Macher des Kulture events” Mannheim Morgan, Mannheim, Germany, 2003.

 

“Bionic Artist re-imagines the art event,” Resonance Magazine, Seattle, WA, 2002.

"Stepping From The Shadows", The Stranger Suggest, Emily Hall, Seattle, 2002.

"Stepping From The Shadows," The Seattle Weekly, Anna Fahey,

Seattle, 2002.

"Stepping From The Shadows," Tablet, 2001.

“Latino Artists Outside the Lines,” Colors NW Magazine, Seattle, WA, 2001.

"Oculus Opening: Gallery First Opening Impressive", Advocate, Arts Critic: Anne Price, Baton Rouge, LA, 1997.