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HARRIET SANDERSON

American, b.1947

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Harriet Sanderson describes her installation Molt, with Scurs as “…a private bedroom type space, a retreat for the person with chronic health problems, from which emerges, finally, an individual presenting herself to the ‘normal’ world. . . the daily ritual of resurrection begins and ends in the private space of the bedroom-dressing room.”  For Sanderson, a woman with post-polio syndrome and fibromyalgia, Molt, with Scurs, explores the dilemma of having chronic physical pain that requires certain accommodations that are not visibly apparent to other people. The conflict between either constantly ‘outing’ yourself publicly, or privately experiencing pain, is one that people with invisible disabilities know all too well. This conflict between the public and private, the visible and invisible, are manifest in the dualities present in Molt, with Scurs, where mattress pads are both resting place and medium, the seat of the chair punningly constructed with woven cane and then covered with pieces of canes. The tips of cane seated on the chair, and scattered around the room, seem to take on a life of their own; themselves disembodied from their usual role as walking devices, at rest, their “heads” bend inquisitively, almost tenderly, in multiple directions. There’s a personification of these typically medicalized objects, a beauty, and a distinct eroticism, in their arrangement and placement.

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EDUCATION

1990 MFA Printmaking, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

1988 BFA Printmaking, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

1973 BS Entomology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

RECENT EXHIBITIONS

Harriet Sanderson: LIMBUS, Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University, Spokane WA, October 2007.

Last-Ditch, Annual Meeting, Society for Disability Studies, Seattle, May/June 2007.

Recent Gifts and Acquisitions, Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University, Spokane WA, 2006.

NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

Humans Being, Disability in Contemporary Art in Bodies of Work: The Chicago Festival of Disability Arts and Culture, Chicago Cultural Center, 2006. International, invitational.

A Common Language, Gallery of the Shenzhen Art Institute, Shenzhen, China, 2005. Juried.

Paperworks, Platform Gallery, Seattle, WA, 2004. Invitational.

First International Art Salon laisle.com, Fundación Gugg und Chaim, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2004.

V International Digital Art Exhibit, Havana, Cuba, 2003. Juried.

Another View: A Selection of Contemporary American Prints, presented by Whittier College as a component of Southern California Month on Printmaking, Los Angeles CA, 2003. Invitational.

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Exhibition. David Ross, Dir. SFMOMA; John Killacky, Dir. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; Joseph McCullough, Pres. Emeritus, Cleveland Institute of Art, jurors. International.
Herbst International Exhibition Hall, San Francisco, 2001,
Millenium Arts Center, Washington, DC, 2001,
Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, 2001,
United Nations, New York City, 2002,
Brunnier Art Museum, University of Iowa, 2002,
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, 2003,
Penn State College of Medicine/Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 2003.

Digital '01, Art and Science Collaborations, Inc (ASCI), Technology Gallery, New York Exhibition Hall, NY; Silicon Gallery, Philadelphia, PA 2001. International. Juried.

External Form, Central Michigan University Art Gallery, 2001. Invitational.

International Works on Paper Show, SOHO20, New York, NY, 2001. Krishna Reddy, juror.

SCAN / arts 20 / 2000, sponsored by Small Computers in the Arts Network, Silicon Gallery, Philadelphia, 2000, and in the Silicon Gallery, New York, NY 2001. Juried. International.

SOLO & INSTALLATION EXHIBITIONS

SKIN, Barefoot Studios, Tacoma WA, 2005. (Additional links: Subcutaneous description & photos.)

LAG, in FIVE SITES, temporary installations at the former Sand Point Naval Station, Seattle WA. City of Seattle Arts Commission, summer of 1999.

RE-VAMP, wheelchair deconstruction / reconstruction project in LAND / USE / ACTION, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA. 1999. Project including OK GIRLS.

RE-VAMP, wheelchair reconstruction project, Contemporary Medical Equipment, Seattle WA, 1999.

Expanding Dimensions in Printmaking, presented by Portland Institute for Contemporary Art in the series Traversing Territories at The Art Gym, Marylhurst College, Marylhurst, OR, Lois Allan, curator, 1997.

WALKING WALL, permanent installation of 700 canes in the Orthopedic Clinic, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA, Commissioned by the King County Arts Commission, completed 1997.

Footprints in the Vacuum, FUEL Gallery, Seattle, WA, with co-curators E.Carlson, I. Lahti and R.M.Tomlinson, 1996. OK GIRLS project

Footprints in the Vacuum, Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, Portland, OR, with co-curators E.Carlson, I. Lahti and R.M.Tomlinson, 1996. OK GIRLS project

Agents of Change: New Views by Northwest Women, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA, curated by Peggy Weiss, Director of Seafirst Gallery, as a component of the Northwest International Women's Conference for Global Leadership, 1995.

Harborview Medical Center Project Preview and Playroom Reprise, Artist's Open Studio and Garden Tour sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Arts Council, Seattle Art Museum, 1995.

Playroom, solo exhibition, FUEL Gallery, Seattle, WA, 1994.

Playroom, in The Good, the Bad and the Other, Wonderful World of Art, Seattle, WA, curators E. Carlson, I. Lahti, H. Sanderson, R.M. Tomlinson, 1993. OK GIRLS project

Art in Our Town: Art About AIDS, Show Off Gallery, Bellingham, WA, 1992.

From Media to Metaphor: Art About AIDS, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA, curated by Carl Smool, Robert Atkins and Thomas Sokolowski, 1992.

Other Comforts, solo exhibition, King County Arts Commission Gallery, Seattle, WA, 1992.

Attention Span, in COUNTER/positions, OK Hotel, Seattle, WA, curators I. Lahti, H. Sanderson, R. M. Tomlinson, 1991. OK GIRLS project

Rise and Shine, solo, OK Hotel, Seattle, 1991.

BAM Fellowship Recipients, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA, 1990.

Making Amends, in MFA Exhibitions 1990, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, and Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, curated by Chris Bruce and Larry Reid, respectively, 1990.

Organic Abstraction, Bumbershoot Festival 90, Seattle, WA, jurors Nancy Halbrooks, Lucinda Parker, Florence Baker-Wood, 1990.

Work in Progress, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1989.

BFA Thesis Exhibit, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1988.

Self Portrait with Spare Parts, in 5 X 5, University of Washington Ceramics Gallery, Seattle, curator Susan Leslie, 1988.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Recycled Art Show, BallardWorks, Seattle, WA, 2004. Invitational.

Seattle Print Arts @ Seattle Pacific University, Seattle. David Kiehl, Curator of Prints, Whitney Museum of Art, juror, 2003.

Defining the Homeland, Gallery 110, Seattle. Greg Bell, Curator of Contemporary Art, Tacoma Art Museum, juror, 2003. Juror's Award.

Seattle Printmakers, Northwest Print Council Gallery, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, 2002. Juried.

Kustom Purse, Seattle, 2001. Invitational.

Human References, Marks of the Artist, a retrospective of the Seattle Artists' Program, Seattle Center Pavilion, Seattle, WA, Beth Sellars, Curator, 1997.

Folie A Deux Invitational, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA, 1995.

Seattle Artists Grant Recipients, Metropolis Gallery, Seattle WA, 1994.

Print X Eight, FUEL Gallery, Seattle, WA, 1994.

The 15th Yuma Symposium, Yuma , AZ, slide presentation of Seattle artists by Liza von Rosenstiel, 1994.

New Places-New Faces, Arcade Gallery, ATT Gateway Tower Building, Seattle, WA, 1994.

Employing Artistry Invitational, Seattle Center, Seattle, WA, sponsored by the Governor's Committee on Disabilities, 1994.

Kirkland Arts Center Annual, Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland, WA, juror Chris Bruce, senior curator, Henry Art Gallery, 1993.

Objects of Our Affection, FUEL Gallery, 1993.

Persistence of Painting, FUEL Gallery, 1993.

COCA 1989 Northwest Annual, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA, Nancy Spero and Leon Golub, jurors. 1989.

Northwest Artists, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA, a slide presentation by the Pacific Northwest Arts Council.

Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA. Randy Gragg, editor, Reflex, juror. 1989.

School of Art Open Juried Competition, University of Washington, Seattle, juror Nancy Mee, 1988.

University of Washington print exchanges and exhibitions, Curt Labitzke, curator. 1987-88:
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO,
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN,
Irkutsk Museum of Fine Art, Irkutsk, USSR,
University of Manila, Philippines,
Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1987.

Fifth Annual Juried Northwest Printmakers Show, Fine Impressions Gallery, Seattle, WA, 1987.

Black and White, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, juror Mary Ann Peters, 1987.

Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA, juror Sam Davidson, Davidson Art Gallery, 1987.

School of Art Open Juried Competition, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, juror Matthew Kangas , 1986.

ARTnet Exhibition, Churchman-Fehsenfeld Gallery, Indianapolis, IN, 1985.

Ball State National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show, Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Dr. Evan Mauer, University of Michigan Museum of Art, juror. 1984.

Anderson Winter Show, Anderson Fine Arts Center, Anderson, IN, juror J. K. Johnson, Eastern Illinois U. 1984.

Unlimited Visions, Turman Gallery, Terre Haute, IN; Art Center Inc. South Bend IN; and Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN. A travelling exhibit juried by the directors of those galleries, respectively: Bert Brower, Brooks Joyner, and Joyce Sommers, 1984.

Anything Goes, Jewish Community Center, Indianapolis, IN, 1984.

Fellows of the Indianapolis Art League, Churchman-Fehsenfeld Gallery, Indianapolis, IN, 1984, 1982, 1980.

Realism Today, Evansville Museum of Arts and Sciences, Evansville, IN, juror Peter Tatistcheff, Peter Tatistcheff Gallery, NY, 1983.

Tippecanoe Biennial, Artforms 82, Lafayette Art Center, Lafayette, IN, juror Dorothy Gillespie, 1982.

Hoosier Salon, Indianapolis, IN, jurors Reta Solway, NY, and James Auer, Milwaukee, 1982.

Women Print, Jewish Community Center, Indianapolis, IN, 1982.
Women Print, St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, Terre Haute, IN, 1981.
Women Print, Jewish Community Center, Indianapolis, IN, 1981.

Art 500, Churchman-Fehsenfeld Gallery, Indianapolis, juror I. Michael Danoff, Milwaukee Art Center, 1980.

Parade, Jewish Community Center, Indianapolis, IN, 1985.

IMAGES FIVE, Art Center Gallery, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN, curator Ray French, 1980.

COLLABORATIONS

2007-08 Consultant for Making Devices, Photographs of Prosthetics (2003–08) with Ellen Garvens.

2006-07 Last-Ditch with Anna Daedalus, Portland, OR.

2006 Consultant for Becoming Citizens exhibition with Susan Schwartzenberg, San Francisco; Washington State Historical Society, State Capital Museum, Olympia, WA.

2005 Consultant for Becoming Citizens exhibition with Susan Schwartzenberg, San Francisco; Suzallo Library, University of Washington in collaboration with Museum of History and Industry, Seattle.

2005 SKIN/SUBCUTANEOUS, interdisciplinary project: installation of oversized digital prints, video, and 3-D interactive sculpture accompanied by dance theatre exhibition/performance event. With Ingrid Lahti, Paul and Josephine Zmolek at Barefoot Studios, Tacoma WA, September-October. (Additional links: Subcutaneous description & photos.)

2003 International World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition proposal for Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, New York, NY. As landscape designer in collaboration with Ingrid Lahti, Seattle, lead artist; Peter Marks, Cornell University, evolutionary biologist; Mark Millett, Seattle, architect.

2002-05 Becoming Citizens: Family Life and the Politics of Disability, a collaboration between Susan Schwartzenberg, San Francisco, and the Seattle Family Network, a group of parents and others who advocate for citizens with disabilities; as a member of Seattle Family Network. An ARTS UP project commissioned by the Seattle Office of Art and Cultural Affairs. UW Press, Seattle, publ., 2005.

1994 BODYTOOLS / MINDWORKS, Artists Unlimited, Seattle, WA, Artist-in-Residence, in collaboration with WASAC Artist-in-Residence Ruth Tomlinson.

1994 3 X 5 : 1, group print portfolio. Printed at the University of Washington.

1993 Videotape companion to The Good, the Bad, and the Other, produced and directed by I. Lahti, H. Sanderson and R.M. Tomlinson.

1989 i-ma'-go, group print portfolio. Printed at the University of Washington.

1988 Twelve About Ten and Under, group print portfolio. Printed at the University of Washington. Collaborative lithograph with visiting artist Andrew Polk, Edith Carlson and Robert Repinski. Printed at the University of Washington

1987 BEASTS, group print portfolio. Printed at the University of Washington.

COLLECTIONS

Anderson Fine Arts Center, Anderson, IN.

City Light Portable Works Collection, Seattle, WA. 1994, 1999.

DePauw University, Greencastle, IN.

Harborview Medical Center Permanent Art Collection, Seattle, WA.

Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA.

La Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Mexico City, Mexico.

Rare Books Collection, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Tacoma Art Museum Permanent Collection, Tacoma, WA.

AWARDS

Wynn Newhouse Award, Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, awarded to "artists of excellence who happen to have disabilities," 2008.

Printing Sponsorship Recipient, Photographic Center Northwest, Digital Lab, 2004.

Puffin Foundation Grant, for RE-VAMP wheelchair deconstruction / reconstruction project, 1999.

FIVE SITES, National competition for commissions of large scale temporary installations at the former Sand Point Naval Station by City of Seattle Arts Commission, July through September of 1999.

King County Special Projects Grant, King County Arts Commission, as a participant in Here and There, art installations at alternative sites in King County, WA, 1998.

Seattle Artists Grant, Seattle Arts Commission, Seattle, WA, 1993.

Harborview Medical Center Capital Improvement Project, 1% for Art Project, administered by the King County Arts Commisson, Seattle, WA, 1992.

BAM Fellowship, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA, 1990.

Purchase and Cash Awards, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA, 1987.

Purchase Award, Anderson Fine Arts Center, Anderson, IN, 1984.

Professional Print Award, Indiana Fine Arts Competition, 1976.

LECTURES, RESIDENCIES

2009 Dilemma, Residency and Panel, "Intersections: Feminism and Disability," Davidson College, Davidson NC. (Scheduled)

2007 The Potent Image: Art, Activism and Social Change, panel, National Society for Disability Studies, Seattle.

2007 Walking Wall and Related Work, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA, Visiting Artist Lecture Series

2007 University of Washington Disability Studies, Seattle, WA, Visiting artist.

2004 "Digital Technology in a Longstanding Personal Project," Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle.

1999 "Print Art in Installation: Visual Ideas," The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA, guest lecturer.

1996 University of Washington, Seattle, WA, guest critic, guest artist (also 1993)

1995 "Strategies for Exhibiting Non-Commercial Art," Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN, Artist Lecture Series.

1995 BODYTOOLS / MINDWORKS, Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle. Exhibition of works produced during the residency, January, 1995.

1994 BODYTOOLS / MINDWORKS, Artists Unlimited, Seattle, WA, Artist-in-Residence, in collaboration with WASAC Artist-in-Residence Ruth Tomlinson.

1994 University of Washington, Seattle,WA, Visiting Lecturer in Printmaking, Winter quarter.

1993 Artists Unlimited, Seattle, WA, guest artist.

1992 Pierce College, Puyallup, WA, guest artist.

PUBLICATIONS

Spitzer, Robert. "'Harriet Sanderson: Limbus' Opens Oct. 19 at Jundt," Oct. 17, 2007. Color Photo.

Lalley, Heather. "Living in 'LIMBUS'," The Spokesman-Review, Oct. 16, 2007, "Today" section, page D1. Spokane, WA. Color Photo.

Wood, Lori A. "For the Love of It," Action Online, Journal of the United Spinal Association, June 30, 2007. Color Photo.

Fleming, Ronald. Placemakers: Public Art that Tells You Where You Are, The Townscape Institute, Cambridge MA, publisher, 2004. Photos.

Allan, Lois. Contemporary Printmaking in the Northwest, Gordan+Breach Art Publishers, Sydney, Australia, 1997. Color photos.

Keeley, Pam. "Postmodernist Developments in Puget Sound and Contemporary Alternative Venues," p. 129, in Modernism and Beyond: Women Artists of the Pacific Northwest, Laura Brunsman and Ruth Askey, eds. Midmarch Arts Press, N.Y. 1993.

Allan, Lois. Expanding Dimensions in Printmaking. Exhibition catalogue. Photos.

Lehrer, Riva and Zutautas, Sofia. Humans Being: Disability in Contemporary Art, exhibition catalogue, Chicago Cultural Center, publ., 2006. Color photo.

BLINDCONFIDENTIAL, Mar 28, 2006.

Fundación Gugg und Chaim, Blig-Neutro Verde Laranja. Color photos.

Fundación Gugg und Chaim, Blig-Vermelho. Color photos.

Centro Cultural Pablo De La Torriente Brau, V International Digital Art Exhibit catalog. Download PDF. Color photo.

Circa Art Magazine, Dublin 2, Ireland.

Whittier College, news release.

Daedalus, Leo. Useless Objects website. Color photo.

Making Histories: Revolution and Representation, Southern Graphics Council Conference, Boston MA, 2003. Color photos.

Clyburn, Alexandra. "The Art of Recognizing Ourselves," The Palette (download PDF), Winter 2002, VSA Arts, Washington, D.C., publisher. Photos.

Mittenthal, Robert. "Harriet Sanderson: Lag — A Holding Pattern in Building Nine," 5 pp. Color and BW photos.

Sanderson, H. LAG — A Holding Pattern in Building 9, Public report, Seattle Arts Commission, City of Seattle, 1999

Seattle Arts Commission, Arts, Aug/Sept 1999.

"Harriet Sanderson," Seattle Print Arts, publisher. Color photo.

King County Public Art Program. Seattle WA. Artist-Made Building Parts Catalogue, 1998. Color photos.

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. eMotion Pictures: An Exhibition of Orthopaedics in Art, p. 71, 2001. Color photos.

Smith, Michal. Juror's Statement, Digital '01, September, 2001, Art and Science Collaborations, Inc, publisher.

"Harriet Sanderson's Re-Vamp Art Wheelchairs," Community Projects, Hospitals page, Aug 25, 1999, Arts and Healing Network, San Francisco, publisher. Photo.

Seattle Collects Seattle, Seatle Arts Commission, publ., p. 73, 1997. Photo.

Rosenthal and Weiss. Agents of Change: New Views by Northwest Women, Exhibition catalogue, 1995. Color photo.

REVIEWS

Houlihan, Mary. "A bigger picture: 'Humans Being' puts art by the disabled in new," Chicago Sun-Times, Mar 31, 2006.

Graves, Jen. "Dance project honors body," Section: Sound Life, Tacoma News Tribune, October 28, 2005.

Clayton, Alec. 'Naked is best,' Visual edge, Weekly Volcano Oct. 13, 2005, p.2. Photo.

The Stranger, PAPERWORK, Visual Arts Listings.

Hackett, Regina. "These artists' visions are all in the 'Paperwork,'" Art Reviews, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Dec. 3, 2004.

Kiley, Brendan. "Art and Death: Swedish Hospital's Art Collection Invites Reflection on — Rather Than Denial of — the Big Issues," Visual Art, The Stranger, p. 34, April 29, 2004.

Joslin, Victoria. "Defining Homeland," Gallery 110, Art Access, February 2003.

Skolnick, Lisa. "Feel it in your bones," Art Review, Tempo section, Chicago Tribune, p.3, Nov. 20, 2001.

Fahey, Anna. Reviews. From Seattle "Here and There," Artpapers, November-December, 1999.

DuVuono, Frances. "'Here and There' at CoCA," Artweek, p. 30, September, 1999.

Hackett, Regina. "Hearty shows step into the light," Art Reviews, What's Happening, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, p. 23, July 16, 1999.

Updike, Robin. "Here, there and everywhere," Visual Arts, The Seattle Times, p.24, July 1, 1999. Photo.

Updike, Robin. "Artists add human touch to halls of Harborview," ARTS, The Seattle Times, August 31, 1997.

Row, D.K. "Printed Matters," Visual Arts, Willamette Week, April 23, 1997. Photo.

Gragg, Randy. "And now for something completely different," The Oregonian, p. 60, April 25, 1997.

Glowen, Ron. "'Footprints in the Vacuum' at Fuel Gallery," Reviews, Artweek, June 1996. Photo.

Bennett, Laura Lee. "Domestic disturbance," The Oregonian, p. 19, March 29, 1996. Photo.

Farr, Sheila. "Re-Fueling an exhibition space," ARTPICK, Seattle Weekly, April 24, 1966. Photo.

Francis, Kevin. "Footsteps in the Vacuum," Art Reviews, Willamette Week, p. 58, March 27, 1996.

Hackett, Regina. Art Review, What's Happening, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, p. 22, April 12, 1996.

Updike, Robin. "Fuel Gallery to reemerge next month in Belltown," Sketchbook, Seattle Times, March 21, 1996.

Hackett, Regina. "Social activism makes blunt art at Convention Center," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 12, 1995.

Rosenthal and Weiss. Agents of Change: New Views by Northwest Women, Exhibition catalogue. Color photo.

McTaggart, Tom. "A New Alternative," Reflex, March/April, 1994.

Kangas, Matthew. "Reviews, Seattle, Washington," Sculpture, January-February 1994.

Brunsman, Laura. "Making Art That Heals: Interactive Art at Three Seattle Medical Facilities," Reflex, May/June, 92.

Kangas, Matthew, "'Art About AIDS': shock value," The Seattle Times, June 18, 1992.

"Works by Harriet Sanderson," The Arts, May/June 1992. Photo.

Smallwood, Lyn. Seattle Weekly, April 22, 1992, p. 57.

Gragg, Randy. "Sculpture; Believe It or Not," Seattle Weekly, February 19, 1992.

Keeley, Pam. "Counter/Positions: 12 Rooms, Seven Artists," Reflex, January/February 1992.

Bryant, Elizabeth. "UW & Cornish: An Unfair Comparison," Reflex, July/August 1990. Photo.

Smallwood, Lyn. Seattle Weekly, May 30, 1990.

Garmel, Marion. "Realism Show," Indianapolis News, June 11, 1983.

Garmel, Marion. "14 Artists, 11 Studios on Tour," Indianapolis News, September 15, 1984.

Garmel, Marion. "Show Staged by art NET is Solidly Professional," Indianapolis News, June 26, 1985.

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Doug & Carol Bailey, Seattle WA

Prof. Sharan Brown, Seattle, WA

Anna & Leo Daedalus, Portland OR

Kristy Edmunds, Portland OR

Dr. Robert & Ingrid Eisenman, Seattle WA

Dianne Elliot, Seattle WA

Sean Elwood, New York

Rachel Feferman, Port Townsend WA

Drs. Fred & Rhoda Feldman, Philadelphia PA

Ann Foster, Indianapolis IN

Carole Fuller & Evan Schwab, Seattle WA

Dr. Joy Hammel, Chicago IL

Isabel Kahn, Seattle WA

Dr. Jack & Layne Kleinart, Seattle WA

Prof. Curt & Kay Labitzke, Snohomish WA

Dr. Charles & Norah Lovell-Flatley, Taos NM

Nancy & Ronald Meltzer, Seattle WA

Prof. Jaqueline Mitchell, Las Cruces, NM

Saya Moriyasu & Jeff Smith, Seattle WA

Prof. J. Scott Patnode, Spokane WA

Dr. Richard & Sarah Patterson, Indianapolis IN

Kenneth & Mary Jane Pennell, Baltimore MD

Prof. Jeanne Quinn, Boulder CO

Prof. Robert Repinski, Duluth MN

Chauncy & Barbara Robertson, Seattle WA

Harriet Shapiro, Silver Spring MD

Prof. Shirley Scheier, Seattle WA

Larry Somers, Seattle WA

Janet Taggert, Seattle WA

Drs. Lauren Tatalick & Christopher Gerard, Redmond WA

John & Ruth Marie Tomlinson Seattle WA

Prof. James & Kathleen Whittaker, Seattle WA

approximately 630 anonymous recipients of "free art"