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Born in Rockford, IL
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Master of Fine Arts: Painting, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Lives and works in Seattle, WA


Art Fairs
Viennafair, Vienna, AT
Art Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
Art Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
Art Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
Art Basel, Basel, CH
Art Cologne, Cologne, DE
Art Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
Art Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

Solo Exhibitions (selection)


Glade, white8 SHOWROOMS, Villach


Yellow Light Black, white8 GALLERY, Vienna
Accumulations and Constructions: Recent Work, Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
a SEASON SWIRLING (unfurling), Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, MT
Poetic Constructions, Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
SplendorRot, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA
Vital Fluid, Manhattan Beach Art Center, Manhattan Beach, CA
New Work, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA
Fall, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
Forms & Forces, Neuhoff Gallery, New York, NY
Degrees of Appearance, Suyama Space, Seattle, WA
Fall, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
New Work, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA
Drawings & Accumulations, Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma, WA
Calamity Blooming, King County Arts Commission Gallery, Seattle, WA
Wings and Other Things, Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, MT
In November, University Center Gallery, University of Montana, Missoula, MT
In the Space Between, Soil, Seattle, WA
In Visible Links, King County Arts Commission Gallery, Seattle, WA

Group Exhibitions
Flow, Just Flow: Variations On A Theme, Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, Virginia
Phantasm, Tarryn Teresa Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Conversations, Atrium Gallery, Saint Louis, Missouri
Viennafair, white8 GALLERY, Vienna
Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
Collective Compulsions, Johansson Projects, Oakland, CA
Art Chicago, Atrium Gallery, Chicago
Splendor Rot, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle
Tickling Thicket, Johansson Projects, Oakland, CA (two-person)
Century21, Wright Exhibition Space, Seattle, WA
Natural Obsessions, Neuhoff Gallery, New York
Flourish, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO
25th Anniversary Show, SAM Gallery, Seattle, WA, curated by Barbara Shaiman
Pink III, Arena One Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, curated by Heather Harmon
Other Worlds, Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL, curated by Jennifer Bailey
Today’s Voice: Exploring Alternative Applications, Neuhoff Gallery, New York, NY
Resurfaced, Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, curated by Joshua Buckno
Landscape: Theme and Variations, Schneider Museum, Ashland, OR, curated by Josine Ianco Starrels
Chengdou International Biennale, Chengdou, South Korea, curated by David Revere McFadden
Art Chicago, Greg Kucera Gallery, Chicago
Art Chicago, Neuhoff Gallery, Chicago
Contemporary from the Existence: Howard Hodgkin, Katy Stone, Gallery White 8, Villach, Austria
Seattle Collects: 2003 Award Winners, City Space, Bank of America Tower, Seattle, WA
Earthly Delights, Mass Art, Boston, MA, curated by Lisa Tung
Art Cologne, Neuhoff Gallery, Cologne, DE
Art Basel, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Basel, CH
Introductions, Seattle Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery, Seattle, WA
States of the Union, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA
Northwest Annual, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA, curated by Linda Farris
Project 18, Sand Point Arts & Cultural Exchange, Seattle, WA, curated by Katie Kurtz
Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
Connections: Man, Wilderness, and Civilization, University of Montana, Missoula, MT
Well Being and Major Disorders, ILK Gallery, Denver, CO
Waterweighs, Art Museum of Missoula, Missoula, MT, curated by Barbara Brady

Commissions & Awards
Willowcloudwavescape, King County Correctional Facility, Seattle, WA
Grasswave, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Willow’s Undercurrent 5, Woodmont Library, Des Moines, WA
Blue Falls, The Ascent, Covington, KY
Twin Falls, Twin Parks, Taichung, Taiwan
Wind’s Reflection, Horizon House, Seattle, WA
Blue Falls, Conoco Phillips Corporation, Houston, TX
Earth Heart Spring, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA
Seattle Collects Purchase Award, Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, Seattle, WA
Missoula Trust for Artist Grant, Missoula, MT
Best of Show Award, Pacific Northwest Annual, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA


Boise Art Museum
City of Seattle
Conoco-Phillips Corporation
Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA
King County Library System
McNay Museum, San Antonio, TX
Missoula Art Museum
Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA

Bibliography (selection)
Roth, David: ”Tickling Thicket at Johansson Projects,” Art LTD, Jan 2009

Schnorr, Chris: “Northwest Artists and the New Sculpture,” Boise Weekly, December 17, 2008
Durrell, Jane: “Katy Stone,” National Reviews, Art Papers, September/October 2008
Paglia. Michael: “Flourish to Wither Away,” Westworld, Jun 20, 2008
Kilduff, Angela: “Bold Color, Varied Approaches,” Cincinnati City Beat, May 21, 2008
Ellis, Simone: “A Season Swirling Soft as Stone,” Missoulian, April 24, 2008
Beall, Dickson: “Glasgow, Stone Offer Contrasting Views of Nature,” West End Word, February 25, 2008
Hunter, Pamela: “From Gesture to Monument”, Studio 707, February 27, 2008
Grant, Adriana: “Steel Wind”, Seattle Weekly, January 16, 2008
Frank, Peter: “Pink III”, LA Weekly, March 7, 2007
Buckley, Annie: “Katy Stone and Lynn Foulkes,” ARTWEEK, February 2007
Frank, Peter: “Lynn Foulkes and Katy Stone,” LA Weekly, November, 22, 2006
Schnoor, Chris: “Embodiments”, Sculpture Magazine, September 2006
Goldman, Edward: “…Only One Worth Driving For,” Art Talk KCRW, November 17, 2005
Weaver, Hannah: “Age Old Medium Resurfaced,” Tufts Daily, September 20, 2005
Landscape: Theme and Variations, Schneider Museum. Essay by Josine Ianco Starrels
Schnoor, Chris: “Katy Stone,” National Reviews, Art in America, August, 2005
Katy Stone, Forms + Forces, Neuhoff Gallery. Essay by Judy Wagonfeld Soil, Artist Run Gallery 1995-2005, Soil Publications. 2005
Schnoor, Chris: “Painting as Sculpture,” Boise Weekly, May 4, 2005
Fall, Boise Art Museum. Essay by Sandy Harthorn.
Norris-Curtis, Molly: “Poetic Coalescence,’” Art Access, February, 2005
Farr, Sheila: “Visual Arts Pick,” Seattle Times, January 14, 2005
Engelson, Andrew: “Visual Arts Pick,” Seattle Weekly, January 28, 2005
Hackett, Regina: “Seattle Collects Samples a Vibrant Art Scene,” Seattle PI, July 9, 2004
Earthly Delights, Massachusetts College of Art. Essay by Lisa Tung
Degrees of Appearance, Suyama Space. Essay by Rhonda Howard
Richman, Elsie: “Visual Arts Pick,” Seattle Weekly, December 24, 2003
Kangas, Matthew: “Respite from Cold and Grey in Belltown,” Seattle Times, December 5, 2003
Hall, Emily: “Rocks, Blocks, and Eyelashes,” Seattle Stranger, December 25th, 2003
Wagonfeld, Judy: “Nature’s Soul and Spirit … at Suyama’” Seattle PI, November 21, 2003
Hackett, Regina: “Fitch’s Sphinx’s Embody a Knack for Surprise,” Seattle Times, August, 27, 2002
Platt, Susan: „Palimpsests,“ Art Access, September 2002
Wagonfeld, Judy: “Material Meets Immaterial in Elusive Art,” Digital City Seattle, July 6, 2002
Graves, Jen: “The World in 2 ½ D,” Tacoma News Tribune, July 5, 2002
Gunter, Lisa: “Heart of Stone,” Tacoma Reporter, June 20, 2002
Hall, Emily: Stranger Review, Seattle Stranger, March 21, 2002
De Pastino. Blake: “A Whim and a Prayer,” Missoula Independent, March 22, 2001
Brady, Barbara: “In November,” National Reviews, New Art Examiner, March 1998
Hackett, Regina: Northwest Annual Review, Seattle PI, April 15, 1995


Pollen Flag 2, 2009