Hilary Brace (American, born )

Timeline

1956
Born in Seattle, WA
1983
BFA Painting Western Washington State University, Bellingham, WA
1985
MFA Painting UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
1993
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for Works on Paper
1993
Purhase Award, Santa Barbara County Arts Commission
1997
Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, 1997
2003
California Arts Council Fellowship
2005
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
2006
Guggenheim Fellowship
Website: www.hilarybrace.com

Exhibitions

2006
World Without End, Valerie McKenzie Fine Art, New York, NY
2005
Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
2004
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
2004
Drawings VII, Koplin del Rio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2004
Drawings, Hunsaker Schlesinger Fine Art, Santa Monica, CA
2004
Mark Making, Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR
2003
Works on Paper, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
2003
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
2003
Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Moncia, CA (solo)
2002
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
2001
Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Moncia, CA (January and September) (solo)
2001
Craig Krull Gallery Santa Monica, CA (solo)
2000
Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (solo)
2000
Representing L.A., Frye Art Museum Seattle, WA
2000
Craig Krull Gallery Santa Monica, CA (solo)
2000
Representing L.A. Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA, and South Texas Institute of Art, Corpus Christi. (catalog)
1999
The Great Drawing Show, 1550 to 1999, Kohn Turner Gallery Los Angeles, CA
1998
Small Images I, Ventura College Main Gallery Ventura, CA
1998
Elements, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
1998
Landscapes of the Mind, Mt. San Jacinto Community College San Jacinto, CA
1998
Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum Santa Barbara, CA
1998
Elements. Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA.
1997
Tatistchef/Rogers Gallery, Santa Monica (solo)
1997
Tatistcheff/Rogers Gallery Santa Monica, CA (solo)
1997
Mendenhall Gallery Pasadena, CA (solo)
1997
Romantic Landscape and Contemporary Art, Armory Center for the Arts Pasadena, CA (solo)
1996
Land-Inspired Imagery, Anne Reed Gallery Ketchum, ID
1996
Drawn Conclusions, Riverside Art Museum Riverside, CA
1995
Scissors, Paper, Stone; Nine Women Working, Santa Maria Museum Art Center Pasadena, CA
1995
Terrain: Observations of Nature, SOMA Gallery, San Diego, CA
1994
External Views, Internal Perceptions, Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA
1994
New Realities, Tatistcheff/Rogers Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1994
Anniversary Exhibition, SOMA Gallery, San Diego,CA
1994
Selections From the Janus Collection, Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID
1993
Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities Sun Vallery, ID (solo)
1992
Hilary Brace, Wade Hoefer and Norman Lundin, SOMA Gallery, San Diego, CA
1992
A Room With a View, Ettinger Gallery, Art Institute of Southern California, Laguna Beach, CA
1992
The Landscape Revisited, Bakersfield Museum of Art, Bakersfield, CA
1992
New Year Group Show, Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1991
Santa Barbara Artists II, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
1991
Five California Artists, Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY
1990
Pastel, Fine Arts Gallery, Cerritos College, Norwalk, CA
1990
Tatistcheff Gallery Santa Monica, CA (solo)
1989
Landscape: Theme and Variation, with James Murray and Paul Singdahlson
1989
New Work, Tatistcheff Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1988
Professors’ Choice III, Scripps and Pamona Colleges galleries, Claremont, CA
1983
Chrysalis Gallery Fairhaven College, Bellingham, WA (solo)
1982
Multiples of Two, Western Gallery, Western Washington State University, WA
1980
Artists in Residence, American Embassy, Burkina Fasso, West Africa

Literature

Dinah Berland, “Three Rich, Moody Nature Walks,” The Long Beach Press Telegram, August 6, 1989
Nori Slrouzu, "Multiples," The Bellingham Herald, Oct. 8, 1982 (Reproduction)
David Pagel, "Benign Fantasy", Los Angeles Times, May 9, 1997, p. F16
William Wilson, "Tracing the Influences of Romantic Art", Los Angeles Times, May 3, 1997, p. F10 (Reproduction)
Collette Chattopadhyay, "Three perspectives on Drawing and Paper", Artweek, October 2, 1995, p.16-17 (Reproduction)
Joan Crowder, "Working Women", Scene; Santa Barbara News Press, June 30, 1995, p 11-12
Rick Heredia, "Landscape: Features of Light", Bakersfield Press, une 21, 1992, p. E1-E2
Los Angeles Times, Calendar Supplement Section, August 21, 1991. (Reproduction)
Joan Crowder, “The Bold Ones,” "Scene" section, Santa Barbara News Press, August 16,1991 (Reproduction)
Jeff Abshear, “Cream of the Crop,” The Independent, Santa Barbara, CA, August 22, 1991
Heather Lineberry, “California Landscapes” Art of California, March 1991, p. 10-15
Orville O. Clarke Jr., “Tatistcheff Gallery,” S.California Home and Garden, October 1990, p.32-33 (Reproduction)
Leah Ollman, “Every Picture Tells a Story,” Los Angeles Times, June 24, 2005, p. E24
Ken Johnson, New York Times, April 19, 2002, p. B34
The NewYorker, Art listings, May 5, 2002, p. 20
Leah Ollman,, Art in America, September, 2001, p. 160-161 (Reproduction)
Christopher Knight, "Above It All", Los Angeles Times, February 23, 2001 (Reproduction)
Leah Ollman, "Bracing Images", Los Angeles Times, February 4, 2000, p. F20
Leah Ollman, "Exposed to the Elements", Los Angeles Times, November 27, 1998, p. F39
Marina Walker, “Daydreams on Paper”, Scene; Santa Barbara News Press, July 17, 1998, p. 21 (Reproduction)
Devorah L. Knaff, "The Landscape as Portrait", The Press Enterprise, February 9, 1998, p. D3 (Reproduction)
Collette Chattopadhyay, "New Romantics at the Century's Cusp", Artweek, September, 1997, p. 12-13 (Reproduction)