jena scott

 

education
1988 MA, Drawing, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
1987 BA, Painting, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
  BA, Graphic Design/Illustration, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
1982 Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
   
selected solo exhibitions
2003 "Introducing", Tom Landowski Gallery, Seattle
2001 "The Explorers and Other Historic Figures," Eyre/Moore Gallery, Seattle
1999 "Recent Paintings," Eyre/Moore Gallery, Seattle
1998 Linda Cannon Gallery, Seattle, (also 1997,1996,1995,1994)
1995 "Jena Scott: New Paintings," Live Bait Lounge, Seattle (also 1993, 1992)
1993 The Incidental Gallery, Seattle Writers Guild, Seattle (also 1992)
  "Verbal Rape: We Just Love That Hissing and Whistling, Boys!" Pioneer Square neighborhood, Seattle (ongoing outdoor installation throughout 1993)
  "New Paintings," Crocodile Café, Seattle
  "Tornado," Crocodile Café, Seattle (installation)
1992 "Toss Yer Hat," Invitational carnival game installation, sponsored by Reflex Magazine, Galleria Potatohead, Seattle
  "Airplanes," Two-part installation, Pioneer Square and Belltown neighborhoods, Seattle
1991 "Pugnacious," Galleria Potatohead, Seattle
1990 "Puckered Flame," Blake Gallery, Seattle
1989 Pioneer Square Saloon, Seattle
1988 Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
  Four installations, Student Union Building, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
1987 Four Winds Gallery, Ellensburg, WA (also 1986)
  Valley Café, Ellensburg, WA
1986 "Splendid Schisms," Café Rose, Ellensburg, WA
   
selected group exhibitions
2003 "Art of Dining Invitational," Women’s Funding Alliance, Seattle Center Pavilion rooms (also 2002, 2001,  2000, 1999, 1998)
  Seattle Erotic Art Festival, Town Hall, Seattle, curated by Kirsten Anderson, Roq La Rue Gallery
2002 "The Portrait in Contemporary Art," Bumbershoot Festival of the Visual Arts, Seattle Center, curated by Matthew Kangas
Artist Trust Invitational, Seattle Center Pavilion rooms, Seattle (also 2000)
2001 "Sextablos," Augen Gallery, Portland, OR (catalog)
  "Sextablos," Jacqueline Lloyd Gallery, Taos, NM
2000 - 2001 "Sextablos," Red Bud Gallery, Houston
"NOW WHAT?," Eyre/Moore Gallery, Seattle
  "I HEART MOM," Roq La Rue, Seattle
2000 "Artists 2000," Bumbershoot Festival of the Visual Arts, Seattle Center, curated by Matthew Kangas
  "Splendor in the Bash," Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle
  "Sextablos," Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans
  "Faces," Air Touch Cellular/Verizon Wireless, Bellevue, WA, curated by Margery Aronson
  "Storytellers," Bainbridge Island Arts and Crafts, curated by Victoria Josslin
  "Art Work for AIDS," Invitational Exhibition, Northwest AIDS Foundation, Seattle Center (also 1999, 1997, 1996, 1995, catalog)
  "A Gift of Life and Time," Bank of America Gallery, Seattle (catalog, video)
  "Now What? Reflections on the Past 1,000 years," Eyre/Moore Gallery, Seattle
1999 "Sextablos," Hyde Art Center, Chicago, curated by Michael Hernandez de Luna (catalog)
1998 "Paper Anniversary," Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle
  "200 Glasses Annual," Market Foundation Invitational Benefit, Virginia Inn, Seattle (also 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994)
1997 "ANA 26," Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT, curated by Juane Quick-To-See Smith
  "Femme Fatale", Fisher Gallery, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle
  "Me, Myself and…", Downtown Museum of Arts, Los Angeles, CA
1996 "Monsters," Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle Center Northwest Rooms, curated by Lloyd Herman
  "Women and Cigars," Bandoleone, Seattle
  "The 1996 Northwest Annual," Center On Contemporary Art, Seattle
  "O.K. Invitational" O.K. Hotel, Seattle
  "Secret Language: Personal Text in Art," MIA Gallery, Seattle, curated by Meg Shiffler
1995 "Folie a Deux," Invitational Exhibition, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle
  "Protective Coverings," Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, curated by Michael Oatman
  "Visionaries: Significant Northwest Artists Present and Future," Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle Center, curated by Juan Alonso
  "Dreams/Visions," Seattle Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery, Seattle
  "Wrecking Ball," Invitational Exhibition, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
1994 "Inaugural Exhibition," Linda Cannon Gallery, Seattle
  "Seattle Center Invitational," Harrison Street Gallery, Seattle
  "The 1994 Northwest Annual," Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, curated by Joel-Peter Witkin
  "Boxes and Doors," Annex Theater, Seattle, curated by Bill Moore
1993 "The Possibilities: Perspective of a Shadow Generation," Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle Center Orcas Room, Seattle
  "Galleria 99," Italia, Seattle, curated by Bill Moore and Alan Pruzan
  "Things That Fly," Italia, Seattle, curated by Bill Moore and Alan Pruzan
  "Artists For a Hate-Free America," Invitational Exhibition, Crocodile Café, Seattle
  "The Nightmare Continues," Italia, Seattle, curated by Bill Moore
  "Young Blood," Live Bait Lounge, Crocodile Café, Seattle
  "Opening Exhibition," Incidental Gallery, Seattle Writers Guild, Seattle
1992 "Alumni Show," Pioneer Square Saloon, Seattle
1991 "Galleria 99," Galleria Potatohead, Seattle
  "The Daniel Annual," Invitational Exhibition, sponsored by Daniel Smith Art Supplies, Broadway Market Gallery, Seattle
1990 "The Bumbercrop Show," Galleria Potatohead, Seattle
  "Core Sample," Galleria Potatohead, Seattle
  "W.P.A.," Galleria Potatohead, Seattle
1989 "American Artists," Government of Japan corporate purchase and placement program, Tokyo (also 1988)
1988 Café Rose, Ellensburg, WA
  "Paintings," Four Winds Gallery, Ellensburg, WA
1987 "The Self-portrait," Café Rose, Ellensburg, WA
  Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Ellensburg, WA (also 1986)
 
collections
 
Art Access Magazine, Seattle
Bowman Design, San Francisco
El Charos Studios, Chicago and Seattle
Forge Partnerships, Irvine, CA
Government of Japan, Business Division
Historia Records, Dortmund, Germany
RAJA Investments, Boise, ID
Ripplestick Publishing, Santa Monica, CA
Ross Entertainment, Charlotte, NC
Seattle Gay Pride Foundation, Seattle
Seattle Writers Guild, Seattle, WA
SST Records, Lawndale, CA
Steward's Clinic, Concord, NC
Wagaman Recording Studio, Chicago
Women's Funding Alliance, Seattle
   
awards and honors
2002 Juror, Annual Student Art Exhibition, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
2001 Sole juror, "Annual International Art Invitational," Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, Co-curated with Michael Klein, Microsoft Corporation (catalog with essay)
2000 Juror, "Beyond Borders: Annual International Art Invitational," Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, co-curated with Michael Klein, Microsoft Corporation, (catalog with essay)
1999 National Endowment for the Arts grant, Open Studio Projects, through the Seattle Art Museum and The Benton Foundation (also 1998, 1997)
1997 & 1998 The Beverly McDevitt Fellowship (painting), Portugal
1994 Best in Show, "The Northwest Annual," Center on Contemporary Art, curated by Joel Peter-Witkin
1989 Purchase Award, Government of Japan, Tokyo
1988 Two individual Purchase Awards, Government of Japan, Tokyo