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Jeffrey Vallance Edit Profile

painter , sculptor

Jeffrey Vallance, American sculptor, painter. Grantee Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 2004.

Background

Vallance, Jeffrey was born in 1955 in Torrance, California, United States.

Education

Bachelor, California State University, Northridge, 1979. Master of Fine Arts, Parsons School Design, 1981.

Career

Instructor University of California at Los Angeles, 1984—1985, visiting professor art. Instructor Los Angeles Pierce College, Woodland Hills, California, 1987, Parsons School Design, 1987—1992, Community College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, 1996, University Nevada, 1995—1998. Professor international contemporary art Umea University, Sweden, 1999—2002.

Visiting artist Chicago Art Institute, 1999, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Detroit, 2001. Artist-in-residence Majestic Ranch, University Texas, San Antonio, 2002, University Tasmania, Australia, 2002.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include The United States Senate: A Survey on the Arts, Washington Project for Arts, 1978, Machines and Other Articles, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, 1981, Icelandic Women and the King of Tonga, 1987, The Throne Room: Icelandic Women and the King of Tonga Part II, 1998, The Nixon Museum, Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, 1994, Clown Stains, University Texas, 2002, The Shape of Texas, Majestic Ranch, Boerne, Texas, 2002, Relics from Lyndon Baines Johnson's 1966 Visit to Australia, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 2002, Saami and Aboriginal Flags, Black Kettle Museum, 2002, exhibited in group shows at Faith, Dynamite Gallery, 2000, Off the Grid, Lehmann Maupin, 2002, Five by Seven by X, The Jones Center for Contemporary Art, 2002, A Thousand Clowns, Robert Berman Gallery, 2002, To Whom it May Concern, Logan Galleries, California College Arts and Crafts, 2002.