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artist , educator

Adrienne Kernan La Vallee, American artist, educator. Juror New Hampshire Congressional District One, Manchester, 1996—1996, New Hampshire Foundation for the Blind, Concord, 1985; Member of American Association of University Professors, College Art Association.

Background

Vallee, Adrienne Kernan La was born on February 27, 1953 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Gerard William and Ann Catlin La Vallee.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts cum laude, University of Massachusetts, 1975. Master of Fine Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, 1977.

Career

Visual artist Self Employed, Manchester, New Hampshire, since 1977. Lecturer St. Anselm College, since 1986, New England College, Henniker, since 1980. Assistant director Chapel Art Center St. Anselm College, 1988—1997.

Education coordinator New Hampshire Institute of Art, 1983—1995. Board directors New Hampshire Citizens' Committee for the Arts, Concord, since 2002. Co-founder, board directors New Hampshire chapter Women's Caucus for Art, Concord, 1991—1995.

Board directors Boston chapter Caucus for the Arts, 1989—1990. Reviewer Art New England, Boston, 1982—1987. Managing editor, co-editor OPTIONS: new hampshire's visual arts quarterly, Henniker, 1979—1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One person exhibition, Recent paintings at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2002, Nature Morte: recent still life paintings and prints, 2001, REMEMBERANCES at Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Western Australia, 2001. Author: (published essay) Carlos Barnas, Painter, Citizen of Ecuador, 2000. Paintings, Artist's Residency Grant in Wyoming, 1995, painting, 1992, Whiz Bang, 1982 (First Place New Hampshire Art Biennial, 1985), selections, 1985, mono-prints, 1983, installation with poet rodger martin, Our Paradise Lost, 1997.

Membership

Juror New Hampshire Congressional District One, Manchester, 1996—1996, New Hampshire Foundation for the Blind, Concord, 1985. Member of American Association of University Professors, College Art Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Perennial flower garden design, gardening, travel, haiku.

Connections

father:
Gerard William

mother:
Ann Catlin La Vallee