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artist , educator

Joella Jean Mahoney, American artist, educator. Volunteer Museum Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, 1988—1990, Sedona Museum Art, 1988—1993; commissioner City of Sedona Arts and Cultural Commission, 1990—1993.

Background

Mahoney, Joella Jean was born on June 11, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Joseph Vincent and Ella Andrea (Madsen) Mahoney.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education in Art and English, Northern Arizona University, 1955. Master of Fine Arts, Claremont Graduate University, 1965. Postgraduate, Art Institute Chicago, 1994.

Docent training, Museum Northern Arizona, 1989—1990.

Career

Teacher Osborn Elementary School, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1955, Tolleson (Arizona) Elementary School, 1959, Mingus Union High School, Jerome, 1960—1963, Chaffey Community College, Alta Loma, California, 1967, Mount San Antonio Junior College, Walnut, 1968—1969, Youth Training School, Chino, 1970—1971, Idyllwild (California) School Music and Arts, 1970—1972, Orme Sch. Professor University La Verne, California, 1964—1998, chairman art department, 1974, professor art emerita, 1998. Artist in residence Northern Arizona University, 1997, teacher television program, 1998—2000.

Guest professor University La Verne, Athens, Greece, 1996. Exhibiting artist United States State Department Art in Embassies Program, 1965—1975. Guest professor painting Orme School, 1981—1984.

Lecturer, presenter in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to magazines. One-woman shows include Crysalis Gallery, Claremont, 1990, Red Stone Gallery, Sedona, 1991, 1994, 1993, one-man shows include Wade Graphics Gallery, Claremont, 1992, one-woman shows include Sedona Museum Art, 1993, University La Verne, 1996, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, 1997, West Valley Art Museum, 1997, Riverside (California) Community College, 1997, Blue Mountain Gallery, Chelsea, New York, 2002, numerous others, exhibited in group shows at Red Stone Gallery, 1990, 1991, 1992, University La Verne, 1991, Northern Arizona University Art Gallery, 1994, Museum Northern Arizona, 1994, Northern Arizona University, 1997—2001, Sedona Art Center, 2001, Inaugural Exhibition Community Space, 2001, numerous others, Represented in permanent collections Wilson Library., University La Verne, Northern Arizona University School Forestry, Sohio Corporation, Houston, Claremont McKenna Coll, Coppersmith, Incorporated, Los Angeles, American Express, Phoenix, Mount San Antonio Hospital, Upland, California, American Embassy, Jakarta, Indonesia, Pomona Valley Insurance, Claremont, Pomona Valley Hospital, Graver Olive Company, Upland, California, Copper Shop, Jerome, Arizona, numerous books and catalogs.

Membership

Volunteer Museum Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, 1988—1990, Sedona Museum Art, 1988—1993. Commissioner City of Sedona Arts and Cultural Commission, 1990—1993.

Connections

1 child Maxim Joseph Flake.

father:
Joseph Vincent Mahoney

mother:
Ella Andrea (Madsen) Mahoney

child:
Maxim Joseph Flake Mahoney