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dayton claudioArtist Dayton Claudio studios inc
Chico CA 95973 United Stateswork Cell Phone: 530 570 4993cell
1998 M.F.A. San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 1982 M.A. Fine Arts, California State University, Chico, CA 1977 B.A. Fine Arts, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA TEACHING 2000-2001 California State University, Chico, CA 1988-2000 Butte Community College, Fine Arts Dept. PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS 2020 West Elementary School Washington, DC Dept of General Services 2015 Women’s Cancer Center Bldg Sutter Hospital Sacramento, CA Art Consulting Services 2013 Eskaton Village, Roseville, CA Art Consulting Services 2010 Fairfield Plaza, Fairfield, CA Solano County Public Art Committee 2009 Animal Care Facility, Sacramento, CA Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission 2009 University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA UNI Art and Architecture Committee 2008 MRCOG Elevator Shaft Wall Project Albuquerque, NM 2005 Fire Station No. 1, Eugene, OR City of Eugene, % for Art Program 2005 Transit Center Project, Santa Clara, CA Valley Transportation Authority 2005 Kirkland Library, Kirkland, WA King County Library System 2004 Montclair Recreation Center, Denver, CO Denver Office of Art, Culture and Film 2003 Linn-Benton Community College, Albany, OR Arts and Aesthetics Resource Team 2003 Cleveland State University, College of Urban Studies Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, OH 2003 Shannon Road Project, Tucson, AZ Tucson/Pima Arts Council 2002 Downtown Plaza Project, Ogden, UT Ogden City Arts 2000 Oro Valley, Development Services Building, Tucson, AZ Tucson/Pima Arts Council 2000 League of California Cities, Sacramento, CA Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission 1999 Federal Courthouse Project, Pocatello, ID
- S. Courts, District of Idaho and Pocatello Arts Council
1997 Union City Civic Center Park Project, Union City, CA Robert Mowat Associates 1997 Mather General Aviation Terminal Project, Sacramento, CA Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission 1995 Salem Street Art Wall Project, Chico, CA City of Chico Fine Arts Commission CORPORATE COMMISSIONS 2015 Spanning Structure WCC Bldg Sutter Hospital Sacramento, CA 2013 Eskaton Village, Roseville, CA 1999 Theme Stores of Florida Inc. Universal Studios, Orlando, FL 1997 The Endangered Species Store, Myrtle Beach, SC
PUBLIC ART PANEL
1998 Panelist, Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission REPRESENTATION 2013-present Art Consulting Services Sacramento, CA 2006-pesent Saatchi Gallery online www.saatchionline.com 2010-present 9 Dot arts www.ninedotarts.com Denver, CO 2010-present Fine Art America http://fineartamerica.com 1999-2007 galleryNOW, Tampa, Forida 1991-1994 John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA 1986-1988 Corporate Fine Art Exhibition Program, TritonMuseum of Art, Santa Clara, CA 1984-1985 The Source Gallery, San Francisco, CA SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 1998 San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 1994 Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 1992 Federal Building, Los Angeles, CA Federal Building, Raleigh, NC Phillip Burton Building, San Francisco, CA Federal Building, Chicago, IL 1991 GSA Federal Building, Sacramento, CA Chico Museum, Chico, CA 1990 Cultural Center of Carmel, Carmel, CA 1989 Synopsis Corporation, Santa Clara, CA 1987 California State Capitol, Sacramento, CA 1986 Northern Telecom, Santa Clara, CA 1984 San Jose Art Center, San Jose, CA SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2012 The File Room 1994 “The File Room,” Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL Instructor’s Invitational, Chico Art Center, Chico, CA 1989 Rogue Community College, Grants Pass, OR 1988 Crocker Kingsley Invitational, Sacramento, CA (catalog) 1987 Artist Society International, San Francisco, CA (catalog) 1986 Pacific Grove Art Center, Pacific Grove, CA 1984 Cabrillo College Gallery, Aptos, CA 1983 30th Annual: Painting, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA (cash award) AWARDS 2004 Mayers Award, City of Chico Chico, CA 1988 Crocker Kingsley Invitational, Crocker Museum, Sacramento, CA (catalog) 1983 Best of Show 30th Annual: Painting, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA (cash award) PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Idaho State University, Idaho Falls, ID California State University, Chico, CA SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE 8-25-13 LeilaRodriguez,“Painter’sWorks on Display in Chico,” Enterprise Record, Chico,CA 5-10-13 Linda Clark-Borre, KCHO-Radio Weekend Showcase Artist Interview, Chico, CA 4-4-07 Ed Fletcher, “Capitol eyes a showplace for its animals,” Sacramento Bee, Sacramenton, CA 12-20-01 Heather Gamberg, “Artist’s project to be viewed at Olympics,” Enterprise Record, Chico, CA 7-25-99 Staff, “Artist courthouse work captures Idaho,” Idaho State Journal, Pocatello, ID Mar.-96 Zu Vincent, “Hitting the Wall,” Expressions Magazine, Chico, CA 11-19-95 Staff, “The Murals Go Up,” Enterprise Record, Chico, CA 7-22-95 Laurie Clifton, “Claudio’s Summer Project,” Enterprise Record, Chico, CA 1-23-94 Chuck Twardy,”Painter Claudio explores complex issues,”The News &Observer, Raleigh, NC 3-6-92 Cyra McFaden, “Masters Wouldn’t be Pleased,” San Francisco Examiner, SF, CA 3-6-92 CNN Headline News, “NEA/Censorship,” Atlanta, GA News 11-6-91 KCRA-TV, Evening News, Gary Gabriel Interview, Sacramento, CA 11-6-91 KFBK-Radio Christine Craft Show, “Artist Interview,” Sacramento, CA 6-16-89 TomBraman,”Cool EyesTake a Look at Hot Issues,”Daily Courier,GrantsPass,OR
I enjoy creating art for the public environment. The process is stimulating, and rewarding. Each project is different, presenting new thematic and spatial opportunities. I enjoy the collaborative process. Having artwork placed in a public venue is very exciting in that it becomes an important element of the entire project. Knowing that a broad spectrum of people will interact with the work on a daily basis over a long period of time is a vital consideration in the design and execution of my work. I strive for work that is immediately accessible while at the same time layered with more complex subtleties. This allows the work to be intuitively and non-verbally accessible while revealing deeper levels of discovery over repeated viewings. The fact that each project is different inspires me to continually test new concepts, materials and techniques. It is very rewarding to have the opportunity to share my work and experiences with the community.