MARY SHERMAN
  MALVINA SAMMARONE
  SUNGHOON YANG
  THEODORE J. CANTRELL
  HEEJUNG KIM
  KIM SILLEN GLEDHILL
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First a painter, now a computer web and interactive designer, I see myself as an artist-in-general. In recent years my work has connected my consciousness of technology with a personal-scale tactility which is often expressed in domestic materials. When I am in "computer think" mode it is not so different from sorting buttons, repeating patterns, or managing the complexities of an elaborate "women's work" object.

RESUME
 
Email: art2850@mac.com
website: http://www.carolineanderson.net

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2007 Caroline Anderson: Paintings, Gallery H, Three Oaks, Michigan.
2006
Caroline Anderson: Recent Paintings, Gallery 180, Chicago, Illinois.
1994
Combinations, Mather Gallery, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
1993-4 Surface Tension, Bierce Library, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio.
1992 Caroline Anderson: Paintings and Prints, Kent State University Student Center Gallery, Kent, Ohio.
1987 It Figures, The Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2007 Fresh Faces (3 artists), Judy Saslow Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
2007
Thank You, ARC Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.
2007
Art Against Aids, Gallery 180, Chicago, Illinois.
2004-6
The Tile Project, Destination: The World, 22 permanent, public venues worldwide, including UNESCO Paris.
2005
Site Fixed, Dimensions Variable, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
2005
Pandora Meets Sarajevo, Line Gallery, Evanston, Illinois.
2003
The Brewster Project, Brewster, New York.
2002
The Coaster Project, 97 venues worldwide.
2001
Constructions, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, Massachusetts.
2000
Art Post Art, a two-person exhibit at the Mandel Jewish Community Center, Cleveland, Ohio. With Rita Montlack.
Socha a Objekt V (Scultpture and Object 5). The U.S. representative artist to the international, outdoor, summer long exhibition in historic Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
1999 Cleveland/Bratislava, nine artists from Cleveland. Exhibited an installation with video. Galleria Mesta, Palfy Palac, Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
1998 Howling at the Edge of the Renaissance, SPACES' 20th Anniversary Exhibition website, Cleveland, Ohio, http://www.myevent.com/spaces.
Four, a collaborative web site for the Thirteenth Annual Peoples Art Show, Cleveland State University Art Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio.
Caroline Anderson and Mary Sherman, with installation, digital video and collaborative website, at the Plains Museum, Fargo, North Dakota.
1997 HomeGrown, works by six artists, curated by Annetta Massie, the Arnoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Assemblage, works by eight artists, the Mansfield Art Center, Mansfield, Ohio.
Modi-Moda, painting installation and digital video, the William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio.
Holiday Show, Chelsea Galleries, Beachwood, Ohio.
Art by Degree, the Beachwood Center for the Arts, Beachwood, Ohio.
ArtSeen, the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio.
1996 The People's Art Show, a digital video and installation, Cleveland State University Art Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio.
Four Printmakers, an invitational exhibit at Cuyahoga Community College's Western Campus, Parma, Ohio.
ArtSeen, the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio.
1995 Group Exhibit, Chelsea Gallery, Beachwood, Ohio.
Group Exhibit, Bonfoey Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio.
1994 Northeast Ohio Print Invitational 6, William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio.
1994 Contrast in Abstraction, an invitational show with Alex Kuthy, the Firelands Association for the Visual Arts, Oberlin, Ohio. 1994
The Cain Park Festival Exhibition, an invitational show at the Audrey Feinberg Gallery, Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
6 for 2 #3, a curated exhibit at the First Office Center, Columbus, Ohio.
1993 Carte Blanche: The Columbus Art League Invitational, curated by Ann Hamilton, the Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio. Reviews - Dialogue/ Arts in the Midwest, September/ October, 1993; The Columbus Dispatch, "Local talents seen in changed focus at Museum of Art," July 4, 1993.
Three Rivers Arts Festival, exhibition juried by Terrie Sultan, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. CATALOGUE.
First Annual Juried Exhibition, Pearl Conrad Art Gallery, Ohio State University, Mansfield, Ohio.
Women's Voices, Mather Gallery, Case Western University, Cleveland, Ohio. BEST OF SHOW AWARD. Reviews - The New Art Examiner, Summer, 1993; Dialogue/ Arts in the Midwest, may/ June, 1993; The Cleveland Plain Dealer, "'Womens Voices' a small but special exhibition," March 14, 1993.
1992 The 1992 Studio Art Faculty Exhibition, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio. CATALOGUE. Reviews - The Cleveland Plain Dealer, "Faculty art exhibit at CSU shows how it's done," January 22, 1992.
1990 1990/91 Governor's Residence Art Collection, Governor Richard Celeste's Residence, Columbus, Ohio. CATALOGUE.
The May Show, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Review - The Cleveland Plain Dealer, "Friday Magazine," April 6, 1990. Mainstream/ Hidden Stream, Emily Davis Gallery, the University of Akron, Akron, Ohio. Essay in Dialogue/ Arts in the Midwest, May/ June, 1990.
1989 Anderson, Citraro, Chern, SPACES, Cleveland, Ohio. Review - The Cleveland Plain Dealer, "SPACES features figuratives," October 8, 1989.
The May Show, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Review - The Cleveland Plain Dealer, "A May Show abounding in 'real' imagery," July 2, 1989.
Hot, Gallery 10, Washington, DC.
1987 Group Invitational, The National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. Nightmares, Gallery 10, Washington, DC.
Board of Director's Show, the New Art Center, Washington, DC.
Foundry & Company II, Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC.
Portraits '87, the Art Barn, Washington, DC.
1986 The Aesthetic Text, juried by J.W. Mahoney, the New Art Center, Washington, DC. 1985 Fifth Annual Brandeis Juried Art Exhibition, juried by Ned Rifkin, the Strathmore Art Center, Bethesda, Maryland.
1986 Women and Power, the Washington Women's Arts Center, Washington, DC.
Alumni 1975-1985, Shaeffer Gallery, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota.
1985 Area-Wide Juried Show, juried by Ned Rifkin, the Washington Women's Arts Center, Washington, DC.
Reflections of Washington, the Washington Women's Arts Center, Washington, DC.
Fourth Annual Brandeis Juried Art Exhibition, the Strathmore Art Center, Bethesda, Maryland.
Heat, the Washington Women's Arts Center, Washington, DC.
1984 The Ohio Board of Regents Exhibit, the Ohio Statehouse, Columbus, Ohio.
1983 Annual Printing, Drawing and Painting Competition, the Parkersburg Art Center, Parkersburg, West Virginia.
1982 Three Painters, Local 1734 Gallery, Washington, DC
1980 Foot-in-the-Door Show, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
1978 Group Exhibit, Palais Kinsky, Vienna, Austria.

COLLECTIONS

The Allen Bradley Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio.
MetroHealth Center, Cleveland, Ohio.
The Corbett Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Dayton Arts Institute, Dayton, Ohio.
Nationwide Insurance Companies, Columbus, Ohio.
The Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio.
The City of Hamilton, Ohio.
The City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Ohio Citizens for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio.
Ohio Casualty Group of Insurance Companies, Hamilton, Ohio.
Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota
Numerous private collections

EDUCATION

MFA:(Painting) Ohio University, Athens, OH
BA: Magna Cum Laude, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN
The Institute for European Studies, Vienna, 1978; and Paris, 1979

PROFESSIONAL


Faculty in Interactive Design, Illinois Institute of Art, Chicago
Technology Consultant, Baker Robbins & Company, Chicago, Illinois, 2000-2001.
Assistant Visiting Professor in Computer Graphics, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1998 - 1999.
Web Designer for Cleveland State University, 1998.
Lecturer in Painting, Design, and Computer Art, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1990-1998.
Curator, Audrey Feinberg Art Gallery, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 1993-1997
Board of Trustees, SPACES, Cleveland, Ohio,1991-1997
Instructor, Cleveland Institute of Art, Dept. of Continuing Education, Cleveland, Ohio, 1993-95.
Workshop Instructor, the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio, 1989-95.
Instructor, Trinity College, Washington, DC, 1985-86.

AWARDS AND HONORS

Creator of the art works for Ohio's 1996 Governor's Awards in the Arts
1995 Ohio University Outstanding Alumnus of the Year
Ohio Arts Council Individual Artists Fellowship, 1993
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, 1982-84
Joel Sandberg Memorial Scholarship for the Arts, 1980
Magna Cum Laude, Gustavus Adolphus College, 1980

OTHER PROFESSIONAL

Juror, the Fine Arts Association Juried Exhibition, Willoughby, Ohio, 1994.
Juror, the Salon des Refuses, the Oliver House, Toledo, Ohio, 1993.
Board of Directors, the New Art Center, Washington, DC, 1985-87.
Vice President, The Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC, 1986-87.
Editor, The New Art Center Bulletin, Washington, DC, 1986-87.
Graduate Teaching Associate, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, 1982-84.