GRANT HOTTLE

granthottle@gmail.com
Portland, OR

EDUCATION

2007     MFA in painting and drawing, University of Oregon, Eugene
2003     BFA with distinction in painting, University of Oklahoma, Norman
2002     Utrecht School of the Arts, Utrecht, the Netherlands 

EXHIBITIONS

Solo or Two-Person Show

2015

• AFTERMATH, collaboration with Paula Rebsom, Galleries of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, produced by Tilt: Export, funded by a Career Opportunity Grant from the Oregon Arts Commission and the Ford Family Foundation. (upcoming March)

2014

Mas Attack, Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA, Organized by ARTRA Curatorial
In Rooms, Open Gallery, Portland, OR
Flatlands, Nisus Gallery, Portland, OR
Faculty Biennial, Archer Gallery, Clark College, Vancouver, WA
8th Annual Art Auction Exhibition, Disjecta, Portland, OR

2013

• Forecast, collaboration with Paula Rebsom, Funded by RACC, Portland Building Installation Space, Portland, OR
A Painting and Its Curious History, Northview Gallery, Portland Community College Sylvania, Portland, OR
Resumo, Nisus Gallery, Portland, OR
7th Annual Art Auction Exhibition, Disjecta, Portland, OR

2012

Portland2012: A Biennial of Contemporary Art, Disjecta, Portland, OR, Curated by Prudence F. Roberts
• White Edges: Works on Paper, Boise Cascade Gallery at Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR
True Places, Swarm Gallery, Oakland, CA
Tenses of Landscape, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, Curated by Sam King

2011

New Views, Laura Russo Gallery, Portland, OR
Inventing an Illusive Space, Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland, WA, Curated by Chad Wasser
Chain Letter, Samson Gallery, Boston, MA
Home, Altered Esthetics, Minneapolis, MN
Keep 'em Coming, Half/Dozen Gallery, Portland, OR
5th Annual Art Auction Exhibition, Disjecta, Portland, OR
Faculty Biennial 2011, Archer Gallery, Clark College, Vancouver, WA

2010

Stories, SAM Gallery, Seattle, WA 
• So Domestic, Half/Dozen Gallery, Portland, OR
I Want To Feel At Home Here, Milepost 5, Portland, OR, Curated by Megan Sheminske
100% ORGANIC, Gallery Homeland, Portland, OR, Curated by Paul Middendorf
• So Romantic, Studio West, Eugene, OR
4th Annual Art Auction Exhibition, Disjecta, Portland, OR
Fog: A Spring Group Show, Half/Dozen Gallery, Portland, OR
Faculty Art Show, Arnold Gallery, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR
Departure Point, Garbageman Astronaut Project Space, Portland, OR

2009

Summer Introductions, SAM Gallery, Seattle, WA
West Coast Drawings VIII, Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA, Curated by Norman Lundin
Considered Space, Archer Gallery, Clark College, Vancouver,WA, Curated by Marjorie Hirsch
Drawing is a Verb, Ouch My Eye, Seattle, WA
Transactions, ARK Studios, Seattle, WA

2008

• Grant Hottle at jáce gáce, jáce gáce, Portland, OR
Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency, Saugatuck, MI
Prem Group, Portland, OR

2007            

Soft, Tilt Gallery and Project Space, Portland, OR, Curated by Kristan Kennedy
Recent Graduates, Blackfish Gallery, Portland, OR
Oregon State Faculty Art Show, Fairbanks Gallery, Corvallis, OR
MFA Exhibition 2007, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Eugene, OR
UO at DIVA, Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts, Eugene, OR, Curated by Kartz Ucci and Anya Kivarkis

2002

Utrecht School of the Arts, Utrecht, the Netherlands

 

AWARDS

2014      Career Opportunity Grant, Oregon Arts Commission and the Ford Family Foundation in support of                      Aftermath.
               
Foundations Fund Faculty Development Grant, Clark College
2013      Installation Art Series Honorarium for Forecast, Regional Arts and Culture Council
               Foundations Fund Faculty Development Grant, Clark College
               Adjunct Faculty Development Fund Grant, Clark College (also 2011, 2010)
2008    Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists' Residency – Artist in Residence
2007    School of Architecture and Allied Arts Dean’s Graduate Fellowship, University of Oregon
2005    Ralph Baker Memorial Award in Painting

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2013 - Present
Art Instructor, Area Head of Painting and Foundations, Clark College, Vancouver, WA
MFA Committee Member, Chair, and Mentor, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

2008 – 2012
Adjunct Faculty, Lewis and Clark College, Portland
Visiting Assistant Professor 2009

2010 – 2013
Adjunct Faculty, Clark College, Vancouver, WA

2010
Guest Lecturer, Marylhurst University, Portland, OR

2007 – 2008
Adjunct Faculty, Oregon State University, Corvallis
Adjunct Faculty, University of Oregon, Eugene

2005 – 2007
Instructor, University of Oregon, Eugene

 

PUBLIC & PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, OR Antique Collector
Portland Community College Rock Creek, Portland, OR Facing North
University of Oregon College of Education, HEDCO Education Building, Eugene, OR Wall Cloud
University of Oklahoma Permanent Print Collection, Norman, OK Guardian
The Tower, Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma Children's Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK


ARTIST LECTURES

Lewis and Clark College, Visiting Artist Series, 2014. 
Art Beat 2014, Portland Community College Rock Creek, Panelist for Creativity Symposium 2014
Northview Gallery, Portland Community College Sylvania, 2013
Portland2012: A Biennial of Contemporary Art, Disjecta 2012
Art Beat 2011, Portland Community College Cascades 2011
Pacific Northwest College of Art 2011
Praxis Philosophy and Art Collaboration, Place Gallery, Portland 2011
Ox-Bow School of Art 2008
University of Oregon 2008


PUBLICATIONS & PRESS

Megan Burbank, "If Dollhouses Were Honest: Tiny Domestic Spaces at Open Gallery", Portland Mercury Blogtown PDX, November 12, 2014. 
Sam King, "Tenses of Landscape Pt. 5", MW Capacity, October 30, 2012.
Painters' Table Blog Feature, "Tenses of Landscape", October 18, 2012.
Graham Bell, "The Positive Side of Portland2012: A Biennial of Contemporary Art", Oregon Arts Watch, April 14, 2012.
Richard Speer, "Portland2012: A Biennial of Contemporary Art", Willamette Week, March 20, 2012.
Andrew Bartel, Inventing an Illusive Space, Artdish Magazine, August 2011.
Blake Shell, 2011 Curatorial Roundup, www. Portlandart.net, January 30, 2011
Timothy Mahan, Keep 'Em Coming Show Catalog, Half/Dozen Gallery, 2011.
John Motley, The Oregonian, “Review: New Shows at Blue Sky Gallery and Laura Russo Gallery”, Jan 21, 2011.
Eva Lake, KBOO Art Focus 90.7 FM, Timothy Mahan and Grant Hottle Interview, November 30, 2010.
Nell Mack, Half/Dozen Gallery Interview Series 1-3.  Halfdozengallery.com/blog, Nov-Dec, 2010.
Timothy Mahan, Grant Hottle: So Domestic Catalog, Half/Dozen Gallery, 2010. 16 full color reproductions.
Half/Dozen Gallery, Grant Hottle: Small Drawings, Limited edition artist book, 2010.
Visual Resource Center, Lewis and Clark College, Image/Idea: "Seattle Art Museum Gallery and LC Professor Grant Hottle", Lcrvc.blogspot.com, October 6, 2010.
Bob Keefer, “Small Gallery Makes a Big Splash”, The Register Guard Arts, August 19, 2010.
Megan Scheminske, "Studio Visit: Grant Hottle", www.openwidepdx.com, March 14, 2010.
Matthew Kangas, “West Coast Drawings: Drawings VIII” at Davidson Gallery, Artltdmag.com, Sept, 2009.
Gary Faigin, "West Coast Drawings VIII at Davidson Gallery"www.artdish.com, July 17, 2009.
Norman Lundin, West Coast Drawings – Drawings VIII Show Catalog, Koplin Del Rio Gallery and Norman Lundin, 2009.  Full color reproduction.
Timothy Mahan, Fog: A Spring Group Show Catalog, Half/Dozen Gallery, 2009.  Full color reproductions.