Alice Louise Van Leunen, American artist, educator. Fellow Individual Artist fellow, Oregon Arts Commission, 1994. Juror Metropolitan Arts Commission, Portland, 1982, Oregon Arts Commission, Salem, 1983; Member of Artists Equity (d. directors Oregon chapter 1977-1978).
Leunen, Alice Louise Van was born on February 7, 1943 in Evansville, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Robert Arthurand Margaret (Frank) V. Bachelor of Arts, Smith College, 1965, student Indiana U., 1965-1967. Exhibition assistant Contemporary Crafts Association, Portland, Oregon, 1978-1979.
Bachelor, Smith College, 1965. Student, Indiana University, 1965—1967.
Exhibition assistant Contemporary Crafts Association, Portland, Oregon, 1978—1979. Lecturer department art and architecture Portland State University, 1980—1991. Collaborative design team Nexus, Portland, 1976—1998.
One-woman shows include Northwest, University Oregon Museum Art Visual Arts Resources, 1977-1979, exhibited in group shows at Paper in Particular, 2004-2005, Represented in permanent collections Oregon Department Revenue Building, Salem, Oregon, Mount Hood Community Hospital, Gresham, Oregon, Kodiak (Alaska) Auditorium, P.T. Mulia Bank Tower, Djakarta, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University, Tallahassee, PCC Library., Portland, Minnesota High Security Hospital, St. Peter Youngstown (Ohio) State University, Fairview (Oklahoma) Auditorium, Atlantic County Office Building, New Jersey, Seattle City Light Portable Works, General Motors Corporation, New York City, City Hall, Lake Oswego, Oregon, one-woman shows include Golden Gallery Bewerton Oklahoma, 2009.
Member collaborative design team Nexus, Portland, since 1976. Principal works include Weavings Oregon Department Revenue Building, Salem, Oregon, 1981, Mount Hood Community Hospital, Gresham, Oregon, 1985, Kodiak (Alaska) Auditorium, 1986, P.T. Mulia Bank Tower, Djakarta, 1993, (sculpture) National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, FSU, Tallahassee, PCC Library., Portland, 1995, Minn.High Security (all with Walter Gordinier), 1995. Member Artists Equity (board directors Oregon chapter 1977-1978).