M A R K   R O L L E R

MARK ROLLER 

 

CV

Born: 14 July 1951

 

Home: 316 Highland Avenue

San Francisco, CA 94110

415-641-1987

E-mail: kramm51@earthlink.net

Studio:  Bldg. 101, Room 2510

Hunters Point Shipyard

San Francisco, CA

EDUCATION

 

1977                Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cal. State University, Northridge

1974-77           Private study--painting, life drawing and composition, with Lorser Feitelson,  Harry Carmean and Glenn Vilppu

1971-75           Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles: painting major

1974                Summer semester program (through Art Center) in France and Italy, with Jerrold Burchman

 

ONE AND TWO PERSON SHOWS

 

2005                City Art Gallery, City College of San Francisco, paintings and sculpture

1995                Canessa Gallery, San Francisco--two person show with Colette Crutcher

1990                Canessa Gallery, paintings

1986                Canessa Gallery, works on paper

1985                Canessa Gallery, paintings

1984                Canessa Gallery, paintings and drawings

1984                Intersection for the Arts, two person show

1981                Canessa Gallery, paintings and drawings

1978                Visual Arts Center, Anchorage, Ak--two person show

1978                State Museum, Juneau, Ak--drawings

 

JURIED AND INVITATIONAL SHOWS

 

1994                OPTS Gallery, San Francisco--"Splinters of a Collapsed Colossus"--sculpture

1993                Modesto Community College, sculpture

1993                San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery--"Body Politic"--Photo assemblage and painting

1991                Student Union Art Gallery, San Francisco State University--"Woman as Subject"--paintings

1983                Intersection for the Arts--Self-portrait show

1977-78           Member, Visual Arts Center, Anchorage, Ak

1975-77           Member, Seventh Street Gallery, Los Angeles--participated in several group shows

 

AWARDS

 

1989                Grant from the E.D. Foundation, New York

 

COMMISSIONED WORK

 

2006                Quetzalcoatl, an 120' long concrete and mosaic serpent sculpture,

                        done in collaboration with Colette Crutcher, under the auspices of the Department of Parks and Recreation.

                        24th Street Mini-Park, San Francisco

2000                Oceanview Branch Library, two 9'x9' concrete relief murals,

                        in collaboration with Colette Crutcher, under the auspices of the San Francisco Art Commission.

                        345 Randolph Street, San Francisco