Kim Cadmus Owens

EDUCATION
2002
MFA Studio Art, Painting, Towson University
1994
BFA Painting and Drawing, San Francisco Art Institute
1989-1992
University of North Texas
AWARDS
2012
King/Haggar Scholar at University of Dallas, Texas
2005
Juror's Award, Structure, juried exhibition, Juror Kristen Hileman, Assistant Curator at the Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Delaware
2000-01
Graduate Research Fellowship, College of Graduate Research and Education, Towson University
GSA Award, technology grant, Graduate Student Association, Towson University
1999
Assemblage Art Award, Bill Komodore, juror. Irving Arts Center, The Assemblage Art Awards 1999, juried exhibition, Dallas, Texas
1994
Honor Studio Space, San Francisco Art Institute
Spring Show Award for Drawing, San Francisco Art Institute
1993
Independent Study in Tokyo, Japan, San Francisco Art Institute
1992-94
Merit Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2013
Kim Cadmus Owens & Allison V. Smith, The Gallery at UTA, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
2012
New American Paintings #102, The Open Studios Press, Boston, MA
Just Not Yet, Landmark Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Tx
House Party, Turner House, Dallas, TX
SFA Exchange Exhibition, Stephen F. Austin University, Nacodoches, TX
Hecho en Oak Cliff, Cliff Gallery Mountain View College, Dallas, TX
Self:Scape, Middlesex College, Edison, NJ
Big and Bright: New Work from Texas, SWC Art Gallery, Campus of Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA
2011
Magnetic Fields, Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX
2010
Back and Forth, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, Tx
2009
Femme Fatale, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, TX
Build Me Up, Tear Me Down, Platform-Denise Bibro, New York, NY
Texas Biennial 2009, Austin, Texas
The American Landscape: Urban/Rural, Artspace111, Fort Worth, Texas
2008
New American Paintings #78, juried exhibition in print, The Open Studios Press, Boston MA
ON_game, University of Texas at Dallas, Main Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Studio Visit Volume One, juried exhibition in print, The Open Studios Press, Boston MA
Nancy, George, and Bess, The Blue Building, 2824 Main Street, Dallas, Texas
The Hunting Art Prize, The Decorative Center, Houston, TX
Buzzword, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Delaware
Pix 2 , University of Texas at Dallas, Main Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2007
Kim Cadmus Owens: Drawings, Studio Gallery, Brookhaven College, Dallas, Texas
Visual Directions: Texas, Craighead Green Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Purlieu, Studio 832, Dallas, Texas
New American Talent: the Twenty-Second Exhibition, Arthouse, Austin, Texas
Process in Painting, Upper Gallery, University of Dallas, Irving, Texas
2006
The Drawing Show, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Imperfect Accounts , The Studio, Armonk, New York
2005
Drawing: A Record of Movement, Omni Gallery, Uniondale, New York
Structure, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Delaware, Juror Kristen Hileman, Assistant Curator at the Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
2004
Drawing Conclusions,Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
2003
Drawing upon Structure, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Delaware
Drawing upon Structure, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Delaware
Doppelgänger, Laura and Paul Mesaros Galleries, Morgantown, West Virginia
2002
Everybody Draws, Fleckenstein Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
Emerging Artists, Maryland Federation of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
Curator’s Choice 2002 WPA\C Exhibition, Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington D.C.
2001
Slippery Slopes, School 33, Juror Jonathan Binstock, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Corcoran Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
MFA Group Exhibition, University Union Gallery, Towson, Maryland
MFA Thesis Exhibition, Holtzman Gallery, Towson, Maryland
Sculptor’s Drawings, Towson Commons Gallery, Towson, Maryland
Visual Transition, Mill River Gallery, Ellicott City, Maryland
type & image, Universtiy Union Gallery, Towson, Maryland
TU Faculty and Student Exhibition, Towson Commons Gallery, Towson, Maryland
2000
Random Order, Mill River Gallery, Ellicott City, Maryland
MFA Group Exhibition, Holtzman Gallery, Towson, Maryland
Sculpture Coalition, Towson Commons Gallery, Towson, Maryland
MFA 2000, Towson Commons Gallery, Towson, Maryland
Juried Exhibition 2000, Gomez Gallery, Towson, Maryland
Brute Elegance, Mill River Gallery, Ellicott City, Maryland
Artist/Woman/Image2, World Trade Center at the Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland
Works by Contemporary Maryland Artists 2000, Government House of Annapolis,
Annapolis, Maryland
1999
MFA 99-01, Baltimore, The Three Arts Club of Homeland, Maryland
The Assemblage Art Awards 1999, Irving Arts Center, Dallas, Texas
Texas National 99, SFA Gallery, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas
1998
Artists of the Continental Gin, Continental Lofts Gallery, Dallas, Texas
The Opening, Oculus Gallery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Madness at the MAC, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
1998 Membership Show, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas
Ninth National Juried Exhibition, Viridian Artists Inc., New York, New York
Texas National 98, SFA Gallery, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas
1997
El Dia de los Muertos, Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, Texas
1997 Membership Show, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas
1994
Spring Show, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, California
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Scott Andrews. “The Allure of ‘Magnetic Fields’ at the Southwest School of Art,” San Antonio Current. May 4, 2011.
Goddard, Dan R.. “Contemporary Art Month marches on.” Glasstire. March 25, 2011.
Michael Swellander. “Paintings draw you in, disruptingly.” Texas Public Radio Arts. March 25, 2011.
Steve Bennett. “Three dimensions on a canvas: ‘Magnetic Fields’ celebrates paintings that mess with viewers’ perception.” My SA, March 21, 2011.
Anne Ellegood, Curator, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpure Garden, "Waiting for the Revolution,"
New American Talent: The Twenty-Second Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Arthouse, Austin,
Texas, 2007, 4-5, 37.
Simone Subal, Director, Peter Blum Gallery, Chelsea, New York, "Imperfect Accounts,”
exhibition introduction, 2006, The Studio, Armonk, New York.
Carter Ratcliff, “Studio Visits: A Critic's Notes,” LINK, Issue 9: Musae, 2003, 17th Annual Critics' Residency Program Exhibition Catalogue, 2003, 35-36.
Eugene B. Redmond, “The Art of Mapping: Word- & Vision-Smiths' Poetics of Space,” LINK, Issue 9: Musae, 2003, 17th Annual Critics' Residency Program Exhibition Catalogue, 2003, 35-36.
David Page, “Location, Identity, Place,” LINK, Issue 9: Musae, 2003, 17th Annual Critics' Residency Program Exhibition Catalogue, 2003, 35-36. Read catalogue in PDF Format.
Mike Giuliano, “Drawing Power,” Citypaper, Vol. 26 No. 1, August 7- August 13, 2002, 26.
Mike Giuliano, “Bits and Pieces,” Citypaper, Vol. 26 No. 1, January 2-January 9, 2002, 26.
Jonathan Binstock, Curator of Comtemporary Art, Corcaran Museum of Art, “Slippery Slopes,” exhibition introduction, 2001-2002 Annual Juried Exhibition, School 33 Art Center.
Mike Giuliano, “Baltimore Weekly Highlights: MFA Thesis Exhibit,” Citypaper, Vol. 25 No. 39, September 26 -October 3, 2001, 40.
Tim Hill, “Critic’s Choice: Art, Visual Transition,” Citypaper, Vol. 25 No. 37, September 12 - September 19, 2001, 54. Illustration.
James McGarrell, Texas National 99, juried exhibition catalogue, SFA Gallery, Nacogdoches, Texas, April 10 - May 9, 1999, 21.
Annabelle Massey, “Mad Mac,” The Met, No. 31 August 5-12, 1998, 26.
Martha Mayer Erlebacher, Texas National 98, juried exhibition catalogue, SFA Gallery, Nacogdoches, Texas, April 4 - May 16, 1998, 21.

 
     
 
   
 
 
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