Maeve Grogan CV ~ Illustrated Catalogues Link
Born San Francisco 1962
Lives and works in Bend, Oregon
RISE: Empower, Change and Action!
Los Gatos, California
Reception: Saturday, July 21, 2018
July 18 - August 31, 2018
2018 January 2018 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner Painting Catagory
2017 December 2017 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner Mixed Media Category
2017 January 2017 ArtSlant Prize Showcase Winner Painting Category
2016 Mt. Bachelorisms - Juror: Bill Hoppe, Atelier 6000, Bend OR
2016 What's Right, What's Left: Democracy in America - Juror: Dr. Kathy Battista
Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY (Exhibition Catalogue)
2015 TedXWomen Feature Artist, Redmond, OR
2015 Global Muse Conference Artist, Art in the Atrium, Bend OR
2015 Voices: An Artist’s Perspective - Juror: Joan McLoughlin and Amanda Uribe
NAWA Gallery, New York, NY (Exhibition Catalogue)
2015 Making A Mark, Lubbesmeyer Studio and Gallery, Bend OR
2013 Petroleum Paradox - Juror: Eleanor Heartney, Narrows Center for the Arts,
Fall River MA, previously shown in 2012 at:
2012 Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY (Exhibition Catalogue)
To paraphrase Eleanor Heartney, “… the thoughtful works that comprise this exhibit present questions, such as ‘How do we balance economic development, environmental protection, and geopolitical stability in an ever more precarious world? What are we willing to give up today to avoid catastrophe tomorrow? Where should we commit our resources? How should we define our social and economic priorities?’”.
2011 Monsters, Collaborate Gallery, Oakland CA
2010 Furs, Feathers and Fins, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto CA
2002 National Small Works Exhibition - Juror: Moira Kelly
Schoharie Arts Council Gallery, Cobleskill, NY
1999 What is Art For? Oakland Museum of California, Oakland CA (Catalogue)
2016 Gauss, Daniel. "Democracy in America?" Wall Street International. 3 Feb. 2016.
2013 Wilkinson, Don. “Review: Narrows Exhibit Illuminates Petroleum Issues”.
27 Apr. 2013.
Link: http://www.southcoasttoday.com/article/20130427/ENTERTAIN/ 304270316 Excerpt:
“In Maeve Grogan's "Remembering," a wax, pencil and charcoal work, nine symbolic silhouettes — shark, fox, mountain lion, hummingbird, and a woman among them — asks the viewer to reevaluate relationships with each other and with the natural world, relationships that may have been damaged or absented by the rapidity with which we move through modern life. - Don Wilkinson”
2012 Garcia-Vargas, Andrea . “Politically Charged: Petroleum Paradox Art”.
1 June. 2012
Link: http://insidenewyork.com/2012/05/31/politically-charged-petroleum- paradox-art/