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Katherine Nelson Vitae
1990 - Master of Arts in Drawing. State University of New York. Albany, NY.
1989 - College of St. Rose. Albany, NY. Visiting Arts Student.
1985 - Bachelor of Science in Art Education. Skidmore College. Saratoga Springs, NY. Periclean Honors.
1983 - Sweet Briar College. Sweet Briar, VA. Visiting Honors Student.
1981 - Walt Whitman High School. Bethesda, MD. Honors.
1964 Born in the Hague. The Netherlands.
1964-2010 Expat living in Holland, Germany, Turkey, and Belgium. Extensive travel.
1995 Long Distance Cyclist. Raised funds for American Red Cross Disaster Relief by
cycling the West Coast International Bicycle Classic: 1662 miles in 25 days.
Selected Juried Exhibitions
2022 Branches, Blooms & New Beginnings. Sponsor Columbia Asso. & Art Center Galleries in partnership with Blossoms of Hope of Howard County and the Claudia Mayer/Tina Broccolino Cancer Resource Center of Howard County General Hospital. Md.
2021 The 27th Annual Friends of the Yellow Barn Members Juried Exhibition. Juror David Sharpe, Member Tonalist Society. Glen Echo, Md.
2021 Blooms and Branches. Invitational. Sponsored by Columbia Asso. & Art Center Galleries in partnership with Blossoms of Hope of Howard County and the Claudia Mayer/Tina Broccolino Cancer Resource Center of Howard County General Hospital. Md.
2020 Alone Together. Cover artist. Juried exhibit for The Women’s Caucus For Art / D.C. Chapter. Juror Mary Sellers.
2020 Visionary Women. Invitational exhibition of visionary women artists of Maryland.The Columbia Art Center. Columbia, Md.
2019 Singular Sensations. The Columbia Art Center. Columbia, Maryland.
2019 Erase Hate Exhibition. Sponsored by the Matthew Sheppard Foundation. The Columbia Art Center and Chesapeake Center for the Arts. Columbia, Maryland.
2019 Annual Faculty/Student Exhibition. The Columbia Art Center, Columbia, Maryland
2017 Small Artworks Invitational. The ASG. CDA, Idaho, USA.
2017 The ASG 20th Anniversary Invitational Exhibition. CDA, Idaho, USA.
2017 The Drawing Exhibition at the Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery, Glen Echo, Maryland, USA.
2016 The Drawing Exhibition at the Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery, Glen Echo, Maryland, USA.
2016 Small Artworks Invitational. The ASG, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA.
2015 Small Artworks Invitational. The ASG, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA.
2015 The Drawing Exhibition at the Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery, Glen Echo, Maryland, USA.
2015 "Rhythmic Slopes" Drawing. The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College. 21st Juried Alumni Exhibition.
2014 "Wheat Heartland Prayer" fiberglass sculpture for Caravan 2014 Amen: A Prayer for the World invitational exhibition at The National Cathedral in Washington, DC and St. John the Devine Cathedral in NYC.
2014 "Cardinal Cake" was selected by the St.Louis Cardinals Baseball Team for STL250's Cakeway to the West celebrating the 250th Birthday of the City of St. Louis. Installed at BUSCH STADIUM, St. Louis, MO for STL250 six months.
2014 "Raven Cake" was selected by STL250 and RAC for Jefferson Barracks Historic Site St. Louis, MO for STL250 Cakeway to the West. One year installation. Sold at the STL250 auction to art collector to benefit the renewal of public spaces in St. Louis.
2014-17 "Rolling Hills Landscape Cake” was selected by STL250 and RAC for the Pere Marquette State Park Lodge in Grafton Missouri celebrating the STL250 Cakeway to the West. Installation to 2017. Recently acquired for a Private Collection.
2014-19 "Lady Bug Cake" was selected by STL250 and RAC for the City of East St.Louis Municipal Building and Offices of City of St. Louis Mayor Alvin Parks. Ongoing on site installation into 2020.
2014 Silence and Noise. Art Saint Louis. Jurors: Artist Gary Passanise, Professor, Webster University & Founder, Executive Director, The Santo Foundation, St.Louis, MO and Artist Marie Bannerot McInerney, Professor, Fiber Department, Kansas City Art Institute. St. Louis, MO, USA.
2014 Pictorialist. Art Saint Louis. Juror: John Nagel, Executive Director of the International Photography Hall of Fame in St.Louis and Juror: Photographer Jennifer Silverberg. St.Louis, MO, USA.
2014 Ragdolls, Robots, Rocketships. Foundry Art Centre. St.Charles, MO. Juror: Artist Renee Richetts.
2014 Clearly Human. St.Louis Artists Guild. Juror: Seattle Artist Barbara Fugate. St. Louis, MO, USA.
2013 ART ST. LOUIS XXIX. Art Saint Louis. Juror: Buzz Spector, Dean of the College and Graduate School of Art at Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at WashingtonUniversity. St.Louis, MO. Out of 583 artworks in all media from 133 artists, Mr. Spector selected 50 artworks from 44 artists.
2013 It's Not the Heat, It's the Humidity. St.Louis Artist Guild. Juror:Paula Katz, Director and Curator, Herron Galleries at Herron School of Art at Indiana University. St. Louis, MO, USA.
2013 Under the Influence. Art Saint Louis. Jurors: St. Louis artists Kit Keith and Prof. Tim Liddy. St. Louis, MO.
2011 The Small Works Invitational. The ASG. CDA, ID.
2010 The Small Works Invitational. The ASG. CDA, ID.
2010 The Little Spokane River Arts Tour Invitational. Spokane, WA.
2008 New Work by 11 Artists! The ASG. CDA, ID, USA
2007 13 Artists on Friday the 13th! The ASG. CDA, ID, USA
2006 Eye For Art. Mead School District Invitational organized by NW artist, Harold Balaz. Mead, WA.
2006 McGlade’s. Featured Regional Artist. Mead, WA.
2005 ABC TV Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Selected artist for the Sandpoint, Idaho home.
2005 Chase Gallery Juried Exhibition. Spokane City Hall. Juror: Steve Gibbs of ASG. Spokane, WA
2005 Colbert Presbyterian Church. Artist Series. Colbert, WA.
2004 Twenty-first Art About Agriculture Inaugural Tour 2004 Exhibits. Oregon State University. Jurors: Harrison Branch, Tallmadge Doyle, John Olbrantz Tour: Guistina Art Gallery at OSU, The Rogue Art Gallery, Medford. The Pendleton Center for the Arts, Pendleton. The Dalles Art Center, The Dalles, OR Exhibition is sponsored in part by the Smithsonian Institution “American Garden Legacy Series.”
2003 The Grand Opening Exhibit. The ASG. CDA, ID
2003 Raw Space. Chase Gallery. Spokane City Hall, Spokane, WA
2002-07 Small Art Works Invitational. The ASG. CDA, ID
2002-12 Monthly Changing Exhibits. The ASG. CDA , ID
2002 Raw Space. Chase Gallery. Spokane City Hall, Spokane, WA
2001-06 Monthly Changing Exhibits. Merrill-Jennings Galleries, Davidson, NC
2000 The Miniature Show. Merrill-Jennings Galleries, Davidson, NC
2000 Magical Mystery. Merrill-Jennings Galleries, Davidson, NC
2000 Skidmore College Juried Alumni Exhibition. Saratoga Springs, NY
1999-97 Judy Broadhurst Gallery, Pinehurst, NC
1998-97 Aida’s. Aida Saul. Interiors Design Studio. Charlotte, NC
1997-98 Art Vivant Gallery. Changing Exhibitions. Charlotte, NC
1995-98 The Rice Gallery: The Albany Institute of History and Art. Albany, NY
1994 Zoologic. Russell Sage College. Troy, NY
1994 Masque 94. Albany Center Galleries. Albany, NY
1994 Paper Moon. The Rensselaer County Council for the Arts.Troy, NY
1994 Wild Beasts. Smithy Pioneer Gallery. Cooperstown, NY
1993 The Nature of Drawing. The Rice Gallery: Albany Institute of History and Art. Albany, NY
1993 Masque 93. Albany Center Galleries. Albany, NY
1993 Rensselaer County Council for the Arts: Auction Fundraiser. Troy, NY
1992 Faculty Invitational. Middlebury College. Middlebury, VT
1992 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Regional Exhibition. Juried. Schenectady Museum. Schenectady, NY. Link
1992 The Albany Biennial Exhibition: Interplay 1992. The Rice Gallery: Albany Institute of History and Art. Albany, NY. Juror: Ron Netsky.
1992 Masque 92. Albany Center Galleries. Albany, NY
1992 Photography Regional Exhibition. Albany Center Galleries. Albany, NY
1991 A Collage of Auctions. Fundraiser Event. Rensselaer County Council for the Arts. Troy, NY
1990 Flora and Fauna. The Rice Gallery: Albany Institute of History and Art. Albany, NY
1990 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region. Albany Institute of History and Art. Juror: Ken Johnson, contributing editor for ART IN AMERICA magazine. Link: About the Mohawk Hudson Regional Exhibition.
1990 Master’s Thesis Exhibition. SUNYA. Albany, NY
1990-86 Annual Faculty Exhibition. Bethlehem Central School District. Delmar, NY
1989 Arts Festival Invitational. Saratoga Springs, NY
1985 Senior Thesis Exhibition. Skidmore College. Saratoga Springs, NY
1981-79 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Festival exhibitions. WWHS. Bethesda, Md.
1981 Graphics VIII Invitational Juried Exhibition. Museum of American Art. Smithsonian Institution. District of Columbia.
2022 Katherine Nelson. Rural America, East to West. The Yellow Barn Gallery. Glen Echo, MD. In cooperation with The National
Park Service and The Glen Echo Partnership for Arts & Culture. August 2022.
2011 Katherine Nelson. Earthly Bliss. The ASG, CDA, ID. November.
2009 Katherine Nelson Selected Drawings from a Foreign Assignment. The ASG, CDA, ID.
2009 The U.S. Department of State European Media Center “THE HUB” at The Embassy of the United
States of America. Brussels, Belgium. Charcoal Drawings. The HUB. September and October.
2009 Recent Charcoals. The American Women's Club. Brussels, Belgium.
2007 Katherine Nelson. The Circle in the Center and Beyond. The ASG. CDA, ID
2006 North Idaho College. More Inspiration. Coeur d’Alene, ID
2005 Katherine Nelson. Land, Light, Form. The ASG of Fine Art. CDA, ID
2003 Katherine Nelson. The Palouse and Other Inspirations in Charcoal. The ASG. CDA, ID
2003 Merrill-Jennings Galleries. The Nature Show: Flora, Feathers, and Fur. Davidson, NC
1997 Pastis. Avian Series. Charlotte, NC
1996 Art Vivant Gallery. Bird Series. Charlotte, NC
1993 Bethlehem Education Center. Gardens. Delmar, NY
1992 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Topiary Gardens. Troy, NY
1991 Rensselaer County Council for the Arts. Katherine Nelson Drawings curated by Sharon Bates at Allegro Cafe, Troy, NY
Two and Three Person Exhibitions
2018 Katherine Nelson, Al Swanson. Ancient Grains. July 2018. The ASG, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. USA.
2017-18 Land Lines: Andy DiPietro, Katherine Nelson and Alex L. Porter. Dec. 1-Jan 23, 2018 The Gray Gallery, Winchester, VA.
2017 Land Lines: Andy DiPietro, Katherine Nelson and Alex L. Porter. Sept.30-Oct.22. Popcorn Gallery. Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts & Culture with the National Park Service and Montgomery County, MD, USA.
2010 Katherine Nelson and Victoria Brace. September. The ASG, CDA, Idaho.
2008 The Palouse: Katherine Nelson and William Turner. Chase Gallery. Spokane City Hall. Spokane, WA. Spokane Arts Commission.
2022 Artist Instructor for Drawing. The Pacific Northwest Art School. September featured artist workshop charcoal/color pencil landscape. Whidbey Island, WA.
2021 Artist Interview. Kat's Coffee Talks. Kathleen Cavendar, Jazz singer and painter, host of Kat's Coffee Talks: A Series of Interviews featuring musicians and visual artists from the Spokane, WA region. Interview available on YouTube.
2021 Artist Feature Presentation. Selected speaker April 2021 for The Rockville Art League. Art, Adventures, Charcoal Presentation. Rockville, Maryland.
2020 Art Juror. Selected juror for the City of Rockville Art League. Winter Juried Member's Show in Varied Media. Glenview Mansion Art Gallery at Rockville Civic Center Park, Rockville, Maryland. USA
2021-1986 Guest speaker and art education projects designer for Higher Education through Elementary Arts Programs. Drawing workshops for all levels.
2019-20 Member of The Women's Caucus for Art, Washington, DC Chapter.
2019-20 Artist Instructor for Drawing. The Columbia Art Center. The Columbia Association. Columbia, Maryland.
2017-15 Artist Instructor for Drawing. The Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery, Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture in cooperation with the National Park Service and Montgomery County, Maryland.
2015 Art Juror. Selected juror for the City of Rockville Art League. Winter Juried Member's Show in Varied Media. Glenview Mansion Art Gallery at Rockville Civic Center Park, Rockville, Maryland. USA
2015 Artist Instructor for Drawing. The Pacific Northwest Art School. September feature workshop on charcoal landscape. Whidbey Island, WA.
2015 Art Juror. Selected Juror for Art Saint Louis "From Light to Dark" Exhibition. St. Louis, Missouri.
2010 Weekend Drawing Event at Madame TokTok. “Eurovillage: Unity in Diversity Mural”. Designed and presented drawing event for children in charcoal as the first American guest artist for the educational program at the children’s venue, MadameTokTok. Worked with Tanguey Pelletier, Curator of Education and Elke Robert, Coordinator for the Tokyo Arts Club. Musee Palais de Tokyo. Paris, France.
2010 The Initial Eurovillage Drawing Day Event: St. John's International School, Waterloo, Belgium. Featured Guest Artist. Designed and presented event for Paul Motwani (Scotland's First Grand Master of Chess) and the third grade teaching team and students.
1999 Adjunct Instructor of Art Education Methods. University of North Carolina at Charlotte. NC
1998 Art Department Advisor and Teacher. Davidson International Baccalaureate Middle School. Davidson, NC. DIBMS is recognized as the Highest Performing Middle School in the State of North Carolina and “A School of Excellence” award winner.
1998-2000 “The Learning Garden” Author and facilitator of an original educational program model integrating the arts with core subjects to create a topiary garden on the front grounds of the school with the students of Davidson International Baccalaureate Middle School.Coordinated project with guest lectures and demonstrations from artist Pearl Fryar. Raised funds for the project with an auction of original topiary sculptures. Project generated publication in local news magazines, television coverage, and interest from higher educational professionals studying the International Baccalaureate Educational Model and the arts. Traveled to Boston, MA to present project to Jessica Davis, Arts in Education Director at Harvard Graduate School of Education and Professor Ju-i Yuan, Harvard Visiting Scholar from National Taipei Teachers College, Taiwan.
1996-00 Independent Mural Contractor. Designed and painted murals for corporate and residential clients. Permanent public murals installed in movie theatre entrance, restaurants, stores, and private residences.
1996 Art Teacher. Garinger High School. Grades 10-12. Charlotte Mecklenberg School District. Charlotte, NC
1986-95 Tenured Art Teacher. Bethlehem Central Middle School. Grades 6-8. Bethlehem Central School District. Delmar, NY.
2020 Creativity in a Time of Crisis. Artist Interview Blog Post with Caravan's President and Founder, Rev. Canon Paul-Gordon Chandler.
2018 Artist Katherine Nelson Creates Drawings Inspired by the Palouse and it’s Legacy as a Grain Community. Inlander Magazine. Carrie Scozzaro. July.
2018 Artist Katherine Nelson Creates Drawings Inspired by Grain. The Commoner. Dr. Richard Scheuerman. July.
2018 Woven Connections and the Art of Restorative Agriculture. VIDEO discussion with Dr. Richard Scheuerman at ASG, CDA, ID, USA. July 2018.
2018 Palouse Harvests and “Painterly Skies” The Agrarian Art of Katherine Nelson and Hal Sutherland. The Commoner. Dr. Richard Scheuerman. July.
2018 VIDEO Gallery Walk with Katherine Nelson. The ASG, Coeur d’ Alene, ID, USA. July 2018.
2017 So Much to See. The Inlander Magazine. Carrie Scozzaro. September 2017.
2014 Washington National Cathedral's 'Amen' Exhibit Offers The World A Prayer of Hope.The HUFFPOST. By Antonia Elumberg.
2014 Washington Life Magazine. Feature Photo. Caravan A Prayer for the World at The National Cathedral.
2014 Amen A Prayer for the World. Caravan. Building Bridges Through the Arts Between the Creeds and Cultures of the East and West. Issuu. Feature page with artist statement/artwork for the exhibition's book.
2014 Cover Artist and Feature Story. Wild Horse Creek Living Magazine. November. "Well Seasoned: She Takes the Cake!" Jill Norton. Pages 26-27.
2014 The STL Beacon. Donna Korando. St. Louis, MO.
2012 Cover Artist. CD Cover “The Beloved Country” commissioned by Bluegrass Singer
Songwriter Kevin Brown host of "Front Porch Bluegrass" on Spokane Public Radio and a
member of the bluegrass band "Big Red Barn". http://brownknows.com/
2012-11 Featured Cover Artist. Willow Springs: Thirty Years of Poetry. Eastern Washington University
Press. Issues 67: Spring 2011 and 68: Fall 2011. Samuel Ligon, Editor.
2010 CD Cover Design Commissioned by Kevin Brown, Bluegrass Musician."The County Primaries"
CD (New Release). Kevin is the host of "Front Porch Bluegrass" on Spokane Public Radio and
a member of the bluegrass band "Big Red Barn".
2010 The Guide to North Idaho Feature. August 26, 2010.
2010 The Pacific Northwest Inlander Magazine. Fall Arts Issue. September Feature. Katherine
Nelson and Victoria Brace. Leah Sottile. September 16, 2010.
2009 Museum Legs Blog: Amy Whitaker, Author. November 13, 2009:Portland to Coeur d'Alene.
2009 Arts Inland Northwest. Katherine Nelson ReEmerges at the Art Spirit. Carrie Scozzaro.
2009 Doma Coffee Roasting. Katherine Nelson Exhibit at Art Spirit Gallery Sponsored by Doma Coffee Roasting Co. November.
2008 The Scotsman Newspaper. Paul Motwani. Scotland's First Grand Master of Chess Strategy: ”What’s
Black, White, and Read All Over?"
2008 The Pacific Northwest INLANDER Magazine. Carrie Scozzarro. “Palouse Pair” . Art Feature
article. June 12- 18, 2008 edition.
2008 The Pacific Northwest INLANDER Magazine. “Paintings, Pens, and Palouse” Tammy Marshall.
May 1, 2008.
2006 The Pacific Northwest INLANDER Magazine. Cover Art and three illustrations for the 2006
Fiction Contest winner. Dec.21-27 edition.
2006 The Sentinel. A&E Feature Story. “Palouse Artist Displays Talent with ‘More Inspiration’
gallery. Michelle Haase. October 9, 2006. Coeur d’ Alene, ID
2005 The Pacific Northwest INLANDER Magazine.Ted S. McGregor, Jr. “INLANDER PICKS”.
November 10, 2005.
2005 Artisan Northwest Magazine. Second page photo. ASG. Fall 2005 Edition.
2004-08 The Coeur d’ Alene Art Guide. Cover photo 2004. Coeur D’ Alene, ID 2003 The Pacific
Northwest INLANDER Magazine. Sherri Boggs. “Ghosts of the Harvest”. September 18th
Edition 2003. pages 24 and 25.
2001 Lake Norman Magazine. Mimi Sherman. “Creative Endeavors: A Quarterly Series on Artists.
and Craftspeople of Lake Norman”. June Edition 2001. Pages 18 and 19.
1999 The Leader. Kathleen Keener. March Edition. Schenectady, NY
1996 Feature Page: Art Vivant Gallery. February 15, 1996. Charlotte, NC.
1993 The Daily Gazette. Peg Churchill Wright. December 2, 1993. Albany, NY.
1993 The Times Union. Preview Section. William Jaeger. November 18, 1993. Albany, NY
1992 The Spotlight. November 18, 1992. Albany, NY.
1992 The Times Union. November 6, 1992. Albany, NY.
1992 Ken Johnson: Contributor for ART IN AMERICA : Juror’s Essay. “Contemporary Art the Dark
Side: A Perspective on This Year’s Regional”. Exhibition Catalog June 23, 1990. Page 7.
Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region.
1998 NEA Grant Participant. Charlotte’s Web Internet Web Site Development. Charlotte, NC
1992 S.O.S. Grant from the NY Foundation for the Arts and the RCCA of Troy, NY.
1992 Audrey Abbuhl Merit Award. The Albany Biennial: Interplay 1992. The Rice Gallery:
Albany Institute of History and Art. Juror: Ron Netsky
1991 Second Prize of Show. Annual Spring Juried Exhibition. Laighton Gallery, Troy, NY
Television and Commercial
2020 RAL: Rockville Art League Video for my juror discussion of the award winners: 2020 Winter Exhibition.
2015 RAL: Rockville Art League Video for my juror discussion of the award winners: 2015 Winter Exhibition.
2014 Video Clip Feature. STL250 “Cakeway to the West” St. Louis, MO
2010 Filmed Eurovillage Workshop. French Television. Palais de Tokyo. Paris, France.
2010 Artist Interview Film created with THE HUB European Media Center, Brussels, Belgium.
2005 ABC’s Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Selected artist for the Sandpoint, Idaho Extreme Home.
1997 Interview with news anchor Bob Knowles. WBTV Channel 3 News. Charlotte, NC. Feature story on
Topiary art forms and my students’ participation in a project I designed with nationally
recognized topiary artist Pearl Fryar.
1996 Carolinas Healthcare Systems TV Commercial. Filmed as sole participant in the role of a
professional artist. Created all art for set. Boulevard Films Production. Charlotte, NC
Corporate Mural Commissions/ Public Art
2014 "STL250: Cakeway to the West". Four STL250 Cake Installations detailed above on locations in St. Louis, MO
2002 Colbert Presbyterian Church. Mural created as a charitable donation. Colbert, WA
1997 Cabin Fever High Country Furniture and Design. Commission for 1000 square foot
landmark outdoor mural for store front. Mural design to be seen from highway. Maggie
1997 Taste of New York Deli. Commission for 900 square foot NY City Skyline mural on interior.
Pineville Shopping Center, Pineville, NC
1996-2020 Consolidated Theaters at Phillips Place Shopping Center in Southpark. The Harris Group.
Herman Stone, President of Consolidated Theaters. Commission for two permanent front
window installation murals. Charlotte, NC.
Corporate and Regional Sponsors
SODIC Caravan 2014 Exhibit: The National Cathedral in Washington, DC and St. John the Devine Cathedral in NYC.
STL Regional Arts Commission
The St. Louis Cardinals
Jefferson Barracks State Historic Site
Pere Marquette Lodge at Pere Marquette State Park
Art Saint Louis
The St. Louis Artist's Guild
The Palais de Tokyo Museum, Tokyo Arts Club, Paris, France
The American Women's Club, Brussels, Belgium
The HUB: The Embassy of the United States of America in Brussels, Belgium
Spokane Arts Commission
Fire Artisan Pizza
315 Martinis and Tapas
DOMA Coffee Roasting Company
The ASG, CDA, ID, USA
Greenstone Homes and Neighborhoods
ABC's Extreme Home Makeover
North Idaho Imaging Center
Carolina's Healthcare System
Cabin Fever High Country Furniture and Design
Taste of New York Deli
Merrill Jennings Galleries
Art Vivant Gallery
Rennselaer County Council for the Arts
The Rice Gallery, Albany Institute of History and Art
NY Foundation for the Arts
The American Red Cross: Disaster Relief Services Albany Chapter
The Marriott Hotel Albany
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