EDUCATION
Columbia University: Teachers College, MA/Tch., 1993
Mills College: Painting, M.F.A., 1987.
San Francisco Art Institute: Graduate Painting, 1985-84.
Antioch University: Art, B.A., 1980.

AWARDS
Cafe Tissardmine,Artist Residency, outside Erfoud, Morocco 2016
RedLine,Artist Residency, Denver, CO, 2013-2011
Jentel,Artist Residency, Banner, WY, 2010
Fulbright Fellowship, India 2004-5
EWU Faculty Research Grant,WA, 2003, 2000
Artist Trust Grant, Award based on work; WA, 1998.
Centrum, Artist residency; (Stipend Poncho), Port Townsend,WA,1998.
Northwest Institute for Advanced Study Research Grant, Grant for completion of “Romantic Landscapes,” 1997.
Artist Trust GAP,Award based on work; Seattle, WA, 1996.
Yaddo,Artist residency; Saratoga Springs, NY, 1995.
Northwest Institute for Advanced Study Research Grant, Grant for completion of"Psychic Bodies;" Eastern Washington University, WA, 1994.
Mills Graduate Alumnae Scholarship,Mills College; Oakland, CA, 1986.

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Great Western Bank, Denver, CO
Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA
Justice Ctr., Kent, WA
Northwest Museum of Art & Culture, Spokane, WA
Seattle Arts Commission, Seattle, WA
Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA
Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA
Seattle University, School of Law, Seattle, WA
Washington State Arts Commission, Pasco High School, Pasco, WA
University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA 

SELECTED ONE & TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2016
-Critical Focus: Lanny DeVuono, Here and Elsewhere
Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver,CO
2014
-Far North & OuterSpace -with Beau Carey
Goodwin Fine Art, Denver, COD 
2013 
-DIRT
Rude Gallery, RMCAD, CO
2012
-Spaces-with Earl Scholfield
Arvada Art Center, CO
-Traversing the Terrain -with Melissa Furness
Ironton, Denver, CO
2009 
-Recording to Scale
Lorinda Knight Gallery,Spokane,WA
-Lanny DeVuono 
Whitworth University,Spokane,WA
2008 
-Lanny DeVuono & Rebecca Keller
UNO Gallery, University of Nebraska,Omaha,NE
-Histories & Histrionics  
Esvelt Gallery, Pasco,WA
2007 
-Lanny DeVuono
Circa Gallery, Minneapolis,MN
-Histories & Histrionics
Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound,Tacoma,WA
2006 
-Missing
Lorinda Knight Gallery; also From the Ground Up,1996
-Histories & Histrionics Chas. Froelick Gallery; also American Short Stories,2004
2005 
-Parallel Views
Jundt Art Museum, Spokane, WA
2004 In Focus
-NW Museum of Art & Culture; Spokane,WA
2002 
-Lanny DeVuono
Esther Claypool Gallery, Seattle,WA; also Nature/ Nurture, 2000, Romance Paintings, 1998
-Nature & Other Objects Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT.
1999 
-Domestication
1994 
-Relationships
North Idaho College, Coeur D'Alene, ID

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 
2014
-The Real Draw
Com. Creative Center,CSU, Ft. Collins, CO
2013
-What if...
Neurotitan, Berlin, Germany
-An Invisible Boundary
RedLine, Denver, CO 
2012 
-Material Engagements
RedLine, Denver, CO 
2011 
-Group Show 
David B. Smith Gallery,Denver CO
 -Seattle as Collector 
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
-Critical Messages: Contemporary Northwest Art,
Boise Art Museum, Boise ID
-Art & Dis(place)ment
Al-Kahf Gallery, Bethlehem
2010 
-The Raven 
La Goguette Bistro, Mexico City, D.F.,also Proyecto Tinoco Palacios Gallery, Oaxaca, Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas, UMAM, DF, Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas, UMAM, DF
 -Critical Messages: Contemporary Northwest Art
Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA-also Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette University, Salem, OR
-Water & the Environment
Lart23tres Contemporary Art Gallery, Co Condesa ,DF Mexico;-also Don Apolononio, San Andres Cholula, Mexico, also Museo de la Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala City, Guatemala
2008 
-Under the Western Sky
Confluence Gallery, Twisp, WA
-New Views: Nature Captured
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE
2007 
-Artists Trust: 20 Years
Seattle Art Museum Sales & Rental Gallery, Seattle, WA
2005 
-Landscape: Theme & Variation
Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, OR
2004 
-Shakespeare as Muse
Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, OR
2003 
-A Sense of Place in the Northwest
Pritchard Art Gallery, U of Idaho, Moscow, ID
-Home 
Pt. Angeles Fine Arts Ctr., Pt. Angeles, WA
2001 
-TEXTures
Seattle Art Museum Sales & Rental Gallery, Seattle, WA
1999 
-The End
Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
-From Here to the Horizon 
Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA
1998 
-Gathered to the Earth
Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
1997 
-Ars Mundi: 4th International. 
Roundhouse Community Center, Vancouver, B.C.
-Pure Form: the Intensity of Process
P.I.C.A./Marylhurst Art Gym, Portland, OR
1995 
-Interior Idioms
SeaFirst Gallery, Seattle, WA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
”Art Beat,”Michael Paglia. Westword, Tuesday,Sept. 18,2014.  
“Persistent Terrain is a solo...,” Michael Paglia. Westword,Tuesday, April 26, 2012.
“Group Dynamics,” Michael Paglia. Westword,Tuesday, July 26, 2011,:31.
“Beauty and the Beast: Northwest Environmental Art at BAM,” Christopher Schnoor. Boise Weekly, Apr.2, 2011.
The Raven, Terror & Death [An] Other Tribute to Edgar Allen Poe, Exh. Catalogue.
Creative Quarterly 21 Journal of Art & Design. Winter. Award Winner.
Critical Messages: Contemporary Northwest Art, Western Washington University, 2010 Catalogue.
“Histories & Histrionics…,” Copper Nickel vol.14. CU Denver journal of arts and literature 2010:96-103.
“The Sky’s the Limit, Five Artists Focus…,” Southwest Art,Jan. 2008:128.
“Journey into Self,” Dan Webster. Spokesman Review, January 15, 2008.
One Shot, a Visual Codec Project. Seattle: Visual Codec, 2007.
“Pacific Northwest Best of the West,” Southwest Art, Sept. 2006:63.
Lanny DeVuono:Parallel Views, Lois Allan. Jundt Art Museum, Spokane,WA, Dec. 2005 (exh. essay)
“Artists Take Different Routes…,” Medford Mail.Oct.23, 2005
“Big Sky,” Marty Demarest.The Inlander, May 27, 2004.
“Lanny DeVuono’s Not-So-Innocent Landscapes,” Emily Hall. The Stranger, Oct. 24, 2002
Nature & Other Objects: New Paintings.., Ben Mitchell.(exh. essay), Yellowstone Art Museum
“Pretty isn’t the point…” Julianne Crane. The Spokesman Review, Jan. 15, 2002.
“Portable works art: What standards…” Shelia Farr. The Seattle Times, Ap.19, 2001:E2.
"A Brush with Nature," Lynn Smallwood. Puget Sound Journey, Jan./Feb. 2001.
"The subtleties of nature," Beverly Vorphal. Spokesman Review, Nov. 4, 1999.
"Post-Modern Romance," Sherrie Boggs. The Inlander, Nov. 3, 1999:15.
"Tree Limbs...," Regina Hackett. Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Dec. 18,1998: 18.
A Distinct Vernacular, Beth Sellars. WA State & Trade Center, 1997 (catalogue).
Traversing the Territory..," Beth Sellars. P.I.C.A., 1997 (catalogue).
“Roads Not Taken,” James Demetre. Aorta, April/May 1997.
“PICA Throws a Process Potluck,” Randy Cragg. The Oregonian, Jan.17,1997.
“Embracing the Aesthetic of Their Own Choice,” Lynn Wilner. Reflex, February 1996.
“Isolation is Inspiration...,” Regina Hackett. Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Nov. 3, 1995.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO, Present-2009
College of Fine Arts, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. Fulbright Scholar; Dec.- March 2005-04
Mentor Teacher, Vermont College MFA program, 2003
Rangsit University, Bangkok, Thailand. Visiting Lecture; Feb-Mar.1998
Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA, 2009-1991
New York University, New York, NY, 1990-1988
Wm. Paterson College of New Jersey, Wayne, NJ, 1989-1988

-Currently represented by the Goodwin Fine Art, Denver,CO