Judith Kindler is a leading contemporary Northwest Artist, exhibiting internationally through numerous galleries. She works in Mixed Media combining: Encaustics, Oils and Large Scale Photography on panel as well as produces Resin Based Sculpture and Large Scale Photography (on it's own). Kindler works thematically within a body of work. She is currently focused on two themes "A Cookie Cutter Life" (delving into the world of mass consumerism and it's implied glories and evils) and "Surface" (inspired by the inherent beauty of worn surfaces linking what is old to current life). Kindler's work can be found in numerous public and private collections as well as museums.
Biography: J U D I T H K I N D L E R Exhibitions: • 2006 Chiaroscuro Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, “The Dreams” part I (Solo Exhibition) Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum ID, “The Dreams” part II (Solo Exhibition) Woodside/Braseth Gallery, Seattle (Group Exhibition) Alysia Duckler Gallery, Portland OR, “Confections” (Group Exhibition) ArtLA 2006 Art Fair, hosted by Alysia Duckler Gallery, Portland OR Poncho IFA auction, award of merit, (Invitational auction) Poncho/Escala opening event exhibition Invitational (Group show of 6 artists) Pratt Fine Arts (Invitational Auction) Woman’s funding Alliance (Invitational Auction) • 2005 Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum ID, (Group Exhibition) Woodside/Braseth Gallery, (Solo Exhibition), Seattle WA Chiaroscuro Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, (Group Exhibition) Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA, (Solo Exhibition) Gas Gallery, Torino, Italy (Group Exhibition) Pratt Fine Arts (Invitational Auction) • 2004 Gas Gallery, Torino, Italy (Group Exhibition) Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley “Defining Truth” (Solo Exhibition) AT.31 Gallery, “Alter Ego” (Solo Exhibition) Anne Reed Gallery, (Group Exhibition) Pratt Fine Arts (Invitational Auction) • 2003 Ann Reed Gallery, Sun Valley AT.31 GALLERY, “Defining Truth” (Solo Exhibition) Poncho IFA (Invitational Auction) 2002 "Best of Show" 2002 Juried Exhibition - Bellevue Art Museum , Bellevue WA "Nourish" (Part I), Atelier 31, Kirkland WA (Solo Exhibition) Poncho IFA (Invitational Auction) Woman’s funding Alliance (Invitational Auction) "Nourish" (Part II), Margo Jacobsen Gallery, Portland OR (Solo Exhibition) "Hands", Atelier 31, Kirkland WA • 2001 Northwest Womans Annual, Bibati Gallery, Portland OR "It's The Law" Atelier 31, Kirkland WA (Solo Exhibition) "Pigs in the Market", Juried Public Installation for Pikes Market Foundation, Seattle "Best of Show" 2001 Juried Exhibition - Bellevue Art Museum , Bellevue WA "The Birds" Group Exhibit, Atelier 31, a fund-raiser for the Bellevue Art Museum, "Two by Two" - Buschlen Mowatt, Vancouver BC. • 2000 "Portraits", Atelier 31, Kirkland WA (Solo Exhibition) "Best of Show", Poncho/Pratt Exhibition, Seattle Conv. Center, Seattle WA "Works on Paper", Atelier 31, Kirkland WA Selected Collections: Museum Louvre or Leave It; Cornish College of the Arts; Heller Erhman; The Johnson Law Group; Ebberson, Lasher; Odessa Brown Clinic; Jon and Mary Shirley; Chap and Eve Alvord; Catherine and David Skinner; Greg and Sharon Maffei; Howard and Lynn Behar; Paul and Wade Skinner Related Arts Community Service, Associations, Awards,and Accomplishments • Sits on the Board of Cornish College of the Arts located in Seattle WA. 2002 - present (First Vice Chair) • Sits on the Fine Arts Auction Committee of Poncho 2005 - present • Designed and Published the award winning (Gold Award for Excellence in Printing) Book “Defining Truth/Judith Kindler” in 2004 focusing on her body of work entitled “Defining Truth” Interview and Introduction by Stefano Catalani, Curator of the Bellevue Arts Museum in Bellevue WA •Given "The Poncho Award of Merit" 2006 • Co-Chair of the Bellevue Art Museum Art Auction 2002. • Chaired art procurement for the Bellevue Art Museum Auction 2001 • Sat on the Executive Committee of the Contemporary Arts Council of The Seattle Art Museum 2000. • Appointed by Virginia Anderson (head of Seattle Center) in 1999 to sit on a Task Force to develop a "Theatre District" which includes the Seattle Rep, Intiman, the Seattle Ballet, the soon to be "Performance Hall" (The redevelopment of the now Opera House). It was Kindler's artistic vision which raised the initial funds to proceed with this project bringing it to the full design stage and tying it together with the new Performance Hall. • In 2000, Virginia Anderson again appointed Kindler to the Advisory Committee, overseeing the development of the Theatre District and Performance Hall. • Sat on the Tourism Task Force and Arts Commission Development Task Force of Kirkland. These task forces were specifically put in place to create a master strategic plan for developing Kirkland as an Arts Destinations in Washington and to provide an appropriate vehicle for the public development of the arts and culture in Kirkland. Kindler is represented internationally by the following galleries: Seattle, WA: Woodside/Braseth Gallery Sun Valley, ID: Anne Reed Gallery Sante Fe, NM: Chiaroscuro Gallery Scottsdale, AZ: Chiaroscuro Gallery Portland, OR: Alysia Duckler Gallery Torino, Italy: Gas Gallery
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