Saturday, February 2, 2008

Kalani Engles

Juried Exhibitions, Awards and Fellowships:

San Mateo County Museum (2005 and 2003)
KQED Public Radio Interview (2000)
Stanford University Women’s Studies (1997)
Visiting Artist, Castello di Spannocchia, Frasnia, Italy (1998)
Invited Artist, Denver Print Fair, Denver, Colorado (1997)
San Jose Museum of Art, The First San Jose Biennial (1986)
Crocker Art Museum, Crocker-Kingsley Annual Exhibition, Sacramento, California (1985)
San Mateo Arts Council, Belmont, California (1985, 1984, 1982)
The Arts Commission of San Francisco, Arts Commission Festival (1985)

One Woman Exhibitions:

George Billis Gallery, New York (2008)
The Studio, Burlingame, California (2006 and 2005)
Bradford Gallery, San Francisco, California (2001 and 1999)
Inkfish Gallery, Denver, Colorado (1995, 1994, 1990)
Vorpal Gallery, San Francisco, California (1994, 1990, 1988)

Museum Exhibitions:

Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas (2007 and 2002)
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (2002)
One-West Art Center, Fort Collins, Colorado (1997)
Nicolaysen Museum, Casper, Wyoming (1996)

Recent Publication:

Hunger for Light, Fithian Press (2006). 30 large black and white botanical monotypes are paired with 30 original poems by poet Stephen Browning. “. . .defines the seriousness of her involvement not only with the medium but with her relationship to nature,” Nathan Oliveira


Musuem and public collections include the Arkansas Arts Center, U.S. Department of State Art Bank Program, San Mateo County Library, and The National Museum of Women Archives.
Corporate collections include Hogan and Hartson, Indian Wells Country Club, Atlanta Airport Hilton and The Trump Group. Over 200 private collections.


Stanford University, Department of Art (1980-1983) – Advisor: Nathan Oliveira
College of San Mateo, A.A.Degree