CURRICULUM VITAE 

Mark Allred

Appraiser, Appraisalink, 807 “W” Ave, Anacortes, WA 98221. A personal property appraiser specializing in the appraising of residential contents with an emphasis on Fine Art.

  • USPAP Certificate. Update Course 2010, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2020

  • USPAP Certificate (2008), Successfully completed a 15-hour course and examination on the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), the Congressionally-recognized set of appraisal standards promulgated by The Appraisal Foundation. Completed through the Appraisers Association of America in June 2008, effective through June  2013. Seattle, WA.

  • USPAP Certificate (2005), Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, Appraisers Association of America. New York, NY. Tested and Passed. 

  • Appraisal Studies in Fine & Decorative Arts. New York University (2000), NY, NY. 

    • Appraising Fine Art 

    • Appraising 18th and 19th Century Furniture

    • Identifying and Appraising American Silver: 1800 – 1940

    • Appraising Estate Jewelry

    • Principles of Practice and Code of Ethics

    • IRS Legal Guidelines in Valuation of Fine and Decorative Arts

    • Research Methods for Appraisers

    • Appraisal Writing Workshop

  • USPAP Certificate (2000), Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, The American Society of Appraisers. Austin, Tx. Tested and Passed.

CERTIFICATES

CONTINUING EDUCATION - MOST RECENT SEMINARS/LECTURES/CONFERENCES/CLASSES:

2019  Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics. Television documentary series examines quilts through the lenses of                 history, art, and politics. For the quilter, collector or casual observer, the nine episodes explore the centrality of               the quilt in American culture and revealing the unsuspected size, breadth and depth of the quilt                                           culture. Distributed by: The National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA)

2018  American Painting: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly. Presented by Betty Krulik, Betty Krulik Fine Art. AAA webinar.

2018  Prints with Sam Davidson, Presented by Sam Davidson Owner and Director of Davidson Galleries, Museum of 

           Northwest Art, La Conner, WA.

2018  Dragon Bowls, Ginger Jars & Baluster Vases:  Chinese Porcelains from the Qing Dynasty 17th - 20th century.

           Presented By France Pepper, AAA, China Insider. AAA Webinar.

2017  Endangered Species, What Every Person Should Know.  Presented by US Fish & Wildlife Agent Eric Marek and       

           State Fish & Wildlife Detective Lauren Wendt, Lewis & Clark Chapter, International Society of Appraisers,

           Edmonds, WA.

2016  Collection Elections, Presented by collector John Kamb, Skagit County Historical Museum, La Conner, WA
2016  Considering Picture Frames When Appraising Fine Art, Presented by Suzanne Smeaton, AAA Webinar

2016  Museum Masterpieces: The Louvre, parts 1- 6. Presented by Professor Richard Brettell,  Ph.D. Great Courses                    Digital Course
2014  "Chinese Porcelain Mania" part 1, presented by Susan Lahey. Through the examinations of a broad range of                      Chinese porcelains, including burial wares, blue and white, celadons, 
teawares, overglaze polychrome enameled              wares and Qing pieces, appraisers will learn about the types of Chinese porcelain from the Tang dynasty to the                Qing dynasty. Significant 
time will be spent discussing the various factors driving the current market for                            record breaking auction prices of Chinese porcelains. International Society of Appraisers.

2014  "Update on USPAP changes" presented by the International Society of Appraisers.

2013  "Impressionism and its Immediate Reaction" presented by art historian Richard Box. MONA and Gail Harker                      Center for Creative Arts. La Conner, WA 

2013  "The Masters" - The Treasures of Kenwood House, London. This 48 painting exhibition  features major works by              Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Hals, Turner, and Van Dyck, including a rare opportunity to see Rembrandt's late-                    period Portrait of the Artist, which has never before left Europe; "European Masters: The Treasures of Seattle". 34            paintings from local collections. Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. Through the Skagit County Historical Museum,              La Conner, WA 

          "Nicholai Fechin" - 60 paintings and drawings trace the life and artistic accomplishments of this Russian-American            painter. Frye Museum, Seattle, WA. Through the Skagit County Historical Museum, La Conner, WA

2012  Deloitte 5th Art & Finance Conference: the new faces of art investment. The Banking sector - ongoing trends                    regarding art-related services; Fakes and forgeries - Protective measures when investing in art; let's go online -                latest innovative schemes in the art world; Art funds - Auditing process pertaining to art funds; China, No.1 art                market - How will China impact the emergence of art as an asset class?; Art investment - How to value artworks?;            The development of art as an asset class. Presented by Deloite Luxembourg, Universiteit Maastricht.

2012  Rock in Cinema; From Elvis to Spinal Tap, presented by author Ritchie Unterberger. Four decades of rock n' roll in            the movies featuring Elvis, the Beatles, and many other musical artists. Stanwood Library, Stanwood, WA.

2012  Tutankhamen: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs Featuring over 100 objects from King Tut's tomb and                  ancient sites representing some of the most important rulers throughout 2,000 years of Egyptian history. Along              with Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs which follows researchers and explorers as they piece together the                      archaeological and genetic clues of Egyptian mummies. Organized by National Geographic and Arts & Exhibitions            International, with cooperation from the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities. Pacific Science                            

           Center, Seattle, WA through Whatcom Community College, Bellingham, WA.

2011  Art History, Seattle Pacific University in conjunction with the Frye Museum, Seattle, WA. Light Everlasting: The                    Gothic Cathedral; Were-jaguars and Colossal Heads: Olmec Art; Pissarro: The Socialist Impressionist; Water          

           Games and Monsters' Groves: Mannerist Gardens.

2011  Picasso – Masterpieces from the Musee National Picasso in Paris. Seattle Art Museum

2011  The Unreleased Beatles, presented by author Richie Unterberger - a magical mystery tour through the archives

           of unreleased Beatles music and film. Stanwood Library, Stanwood, WA. 

2010  Art History, Seattle Pacific University in conjunction with the Frye Museum, Seattle, WA.  Jan Steen is a Hoot;

           Bodegon: The Spanish Still-Life; Anticipating Freud: German Symbolism; Woman as Muse: Albert Von Keller and

           Picasso; In the Company of Crows and Ravens.

2010  Painting in the North: What does "Alaska" mean? Paintings of Alaska by its most prominent and beloved

           historical artists not only portray the grandeur of the North, but also define for Alaskans and the world what

           Alaska means. Sydney Laurence, Eustace Ziegler, Ted Lambert and Fred Machetanz. Presented by Kesler

           Woodward. Frye Museum, Seattle, WA.

2010  Elizabeth Dove: Her work and the art of printmaking. Presented by Elizabeth Dove. Sponsored by Corvidae Press            and Northwind Arts Center. Northwind Arts Alliance, Port Townsend, WA.

2010  National Conference – Accessing Expertise Today, Appraisers Association of America. New York, NY. Influencing                Market Trends; Analyzing Market Data – IRS Appraisals; IRS Appraisal Reports Workshop; Estate Planning      

           Workshop Part 1 & 2; Understanding the Fundamentals of Clock Appraising; Appraising Ceramics – Or how to

           Pan a Pot; On Photography; Keynote Address by Robert Wittman formerly of the FBI’s National Art Crime Team;              Re-Assessing Regional Markets; Defining Document Language; Large Appraisal Projects; 19th century Bronzes;                Observations on Appraising Mirrors and some reflections; Packing, Shipping and Condition Reports; 19th century            European Paintings; National Velvet, Elizabeth Taylor, and a closer look at Known Film Costumes.

2009  Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition:  Indigenous Voices Reply.  Centennial celebration exhibition preview.  Burke                    Museum, Seattle WA.  
2008  “Setting Fire to the Visual Arts:  The Invention of the Flemish Style Abroad”.  Presented by 
Christine Göttler, Henry            Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.
2008  “Preston Singletary in the Museum of Glass Hot Shop” – Tlingit artist, Singletary 
create a killer whale glass

            sculpture to be donated to the permanent collection of the Burke Museum.  Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA.

2008  “Red meat in black and white:  Imperial sacrifice in Ostia’s ‘Caserna dei Vigili’”.  Presented by Margaret Laird,      

           Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.
2008  “The Day the Music Died and the Impact of Social Media in the Music Industry”.  Record 
sales peaked in 2000, but            declined by 30% in 2008. Yet more people have more recordings than ever. An incisive look at the remaking of                the Music Industry in today’s social media environment.  Presented by Matthew Dunn, Ph.D. and Founder of                    Socratech, Museum of Radio and Electricity, Bellingham, WA.
2008  “A Celebration in Clothing: One Woman’s Journey.” Northwest textile artist Anita Mayer 
discusses her struggle to              understand the creative process, identify inspiration and how she learned to translate those concepts into her                life and her clothing. La Conner Quilt & Textile Museum, La Conner, WA.

2008  “The Sculptor and the Philosopher’s Stone: Georges Vantongerloo’s Cosmic Vision of Art” Wieczoreck (Associate                Professor of Modern Art at UW) convincingly proved how Vontongerloo used non-Euclidean geometry to                          transform realism into abstract sculpture. This principle visualizes that geometry is expansive instead of        

           restrictive. Vantongerloo was a founding member of the De Stijl group that included Theo van Doesburg (1883-

           1931), painters Piet Mondrian (1872-1944), Vilmos Huszàr (1884-1960), and Bart van der Leck (1876-1958),

           and the architects Gerrit Rietveld (1888-1964), Robert Van ‘t Hoff (1887-1979), and J.J.P. Oud (1890-1963). Henry                Art Museum, Seattle, WA.

2008  Chuck Close in conversation with poet Bob Holman. A discussion and dialog between Close and Holman              

           regarding their new project “A Couple of Ways of Doing Something: Photographs by Chuck Close, Poems by Bob              Holman”, showcasing the new medium (daguerreotypes) chosen by Chuck Close due to his physical condition.                Behind the scenes anecdotes involving his New York artist friends, many of whom have appeared in        

           his paintings: Philip Glass, Laurie Anderson, Cindy Sherman. Presented by the Tacoma Art Museum. Tacoma, WA

2008  Highly Opinionated Hot Picks in Contemporary African Art – What African artist to buy with $100,000?; Which art              would go into a Global African Show and which would you pick for an exclusive African Art show? In 1992 African            art was still considered unknown to the American market and survey shows were useful but today there maybe              enough artists that it is time to leave the survey behind. Shows discussed included the Snap Judgements: “New                Positions in Contemporary African art Photography” (2006) and the (2004) Yerba Buena Center for the Arts show           “Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti”, a group exhibition exploring the cultural impact of                the famous Nigerian musician and activist who died in 1997. Artists included were Radcliffe Bailey, Brett Cook-  

           Dizney, Satch Hoyt, Barkley Hendricks, Moshekwa Langa, Yinka Shonibare, and Wangechi Mutu. Presented by                  New York curator critic and visiting Assistant Professor of Art at Vasser College Isolde Brielmaier and Trevor          

           Schoonmaker, curator of contemporary art at Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. SAM, Seattle, WA.

2008  Paul Horiuchi: Finding Nature A discussion of the life and work of prominent northwest artist Paul (Chikamasa)                Horiuchi (1906-1999): How the artist developed his signature style in collage, his continued work in watercolor                and how nature, the weather, and his heritage all mingled together and were a dominate force in his art. At his                first one-man show in May 1957 at Seattle's Zoe Dusanne Gallery, 22 of his 24 casein and tempera paintings on                rice paper were snapped up by collectors, by 1959 Time Magazine was calling him “a major new artistic talent”                and how still in 1983 his show at Woodside / Braseth Gallery sold out before it opened. Presented by              

           guest curator Barbara Johns, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA.

2008  “The Crossing of St. Peter’s and the End of the Renaissance” How the creation of the four marble sculptures

           found in St. Peter’s in the Vatican City, Rome: Saint Helena, 1629-39 by Andrea Bolgi (1605-56), St. Veronica 1629-

           39 by Francesco Mochi (1580-1654), Saint Andrew, 1629-33 by François Duquesnoy (1597-1643), and Saint      

           Longinus, 1629-38 by the mastermind of the design Gianlorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), have come to be    

           recognized as a pivotal moment in art history.

2008  “Zacherias and Chicago Settee: Connecting the Masterpiece to the Master” How the names of seventeen Haida

           artist from the village of Skidigate, British Columbia were recorded by James Deans in the records for a set of 29

           northwest coast Indian model houses that were commissioned for the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago

           in 1893 and how Bill Holm’s work “Will the Real Charles Edenshaw Please Stand Up?” helped to connect the

           identity of some of the artists like John Cross, John Robson and Zacherias based on their own

           unique formline design. Presented by Robin K. Wright, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.

2008  The Jacob Lawrence exhibit - The Legend of John Brown a lecture by Susan Noyes Platt, Ph.D., Art Historian and

           Critic. Also, a panel discussion - Jacob Lawrence: Patriot or Terrorist by Dr. David Muga, Dr. Ernest Tutt, Ted

           Maloney, Amy Frank, Kurt Dunbar, and Dr. Susan Platt. Skagit Valley College Art Library, Mount Vernon, WA.
2008  "Changing Market for Painters" A panel discussion including speakers: Jody Bento, SAM 
Rental Sales Gallery,

           Patricia Rovzar, Patricia Rozar Gallery, Irene Mahler, Mahler Fine Arts Consulting presented by the Women      

           Painters of Washington, Seattle Art Museum.
2007  Crosscurrents: Contemporary Art of the Inland Northwest. Inland Northwest artists including Megan Murphy,

           Lanny Devono, Scott Kolbo and Sandra Dal Poggetto live and work in a vast and geographically diverse territory

           than the coastal Northwest artists. Presented by Ben Mitchell, Curator of Art, Northwest Museum of Arts and

           Culture in Spokane. Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA.
2007  The Art Around Us: Northwest Coast Indian Art. Art appreciation of the wide variety in style, subject matter and

           culture of Tlingit, Tsmishian, Haida, N. Wakashan, Makah, Salish, Nuu-chah-nulth and Kwakuitl tribes. Presented

           by Alica Leppanen, Skagit Valley College, Mount Vernon, WA.
2007  Northwest Coast Clan Pole Raising. Pole was carved by Wayne F. Hewson, Tsimshian, and painted by Toni    

           Hewson, Blackfeet/Choctaw, and David R. Boxley, Tsimshian. Burke Museum, Seattle, WA.
2007  German art and culture - The Loss of the Berlin Salon Culture. Professor Richard Block, 
University of Washington

           Department of Germanics. Related Exhibition: Spectatorship and Desire: Loss Frye Museum, Seattle, WA
2006  Art History with Rebeca Albiani, Frye Museum, Seattle, WA.  Dirty Dishes: Renaissance Maiolica from Urbino;

           William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement. A City of Marble – Augustan Rome; The Dark World of Goya’s

           Caprichos.
2006  Mona’s Collection at 25, Presented by Susan Parke, MoNA curator, La Conner, WA.
2005  National Conference – Beyond the Essentials, Appraisers Association of America. NY, NY. Bonham’s Auction

           Preview – American and European Paintings; Fakes, Frauds, and Fake.  Fakers; Beyond Comparables; Damage

           and Loss; Outsider Art; What’s Hot in Canada, Classic and Contemporary Favorites in Today’s Market; Swann

           Galleries Auction Preview – Contemporary Art; Accessing Market Data; Fakes and Forgeries; Damage & Loss: The

           Case Studies;   Evaluating the 20th Century: Insights into the Current and Ever Changing Market of 20th

           Century Decorative Art; Working With Science; Due Diligence; Appraising Autographs and Manuscripts; African

           American Art.
2005  Louis Comfort Tiffany: Artist for the Ages – A slide show overview of the exhibit presented by 
Seattle Art

           Museum. Valley View Library, Seattle, WA.
2005  Artist Tool Kit Series - “Grants, Residencies & Awards”; “Contracts and Copyright Law”. 
Seattle Academy of Fine

           Art, Seattle, WA.
2005  Survey of Western Art III ACO504, Instructor, Su Job, Seattle Academy of Fine Art, 
Seattle, WA. 
2005  “Return to Glory” – A lecture and slide presentation of the restoration of the Sistine Chapel 
by Dr. Joanne Snow-

           Smith, Univ. of Washington. St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Medina, WA.
2005  Women Artists: Looking Forward / Looking Back, a panel discussion. Professor Barbara 
Miller, moderator,

           panelists/artists: Sheila Klein, Mary Randlett, Susan Rodo. MONA, La Conner, WA.
2004  Artist Tool Kit Series - “Working Artist”: What does it mean?; Artist’s Statements & Résumés; 
Studio

           Documentation. Seattle Academy of Fine Art, Seattle, WA.
2004  Painting the Wilderness: Abby Williams Hill, 1861 – 1943. Lecture by art historian Ron 
Fields. Museum of

           Northwest Art. La Conner, WA.
2004  Preserving Heirlooms – A panel discussion. Anacortes Museum, Anacortes, WA.
2004  Artifact ID Day – Observer. Burke Museum, Seattle, WA.
2003  Pathways to Heaven – Journeys of the Soul in Northwest Coast Native Culture, Lecture by 
Dr. George MacDonald,

           Burke Museum, Seattle, WA.

2003  Northwest Women Artists: 1880-1950, Lecture by David Martin, Martin-Zambito Gallery, MoNA, La Conner, WA.
2003  State of Contemporary Art a lecture by Peter Schjeldahl, art critic for The New Yorker, 
Bellevue Art Museum and

           University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

2003  Mexican and Chicano Art of the Northwest, Deborah Caplow, MoNA, La Conner, WA.
2003  Contemporary Issues in Northwest Coast Native American Art - Museums and Native Artists: 
A Vision for the

           Future, Dr. MacDonald, Burke Museum, Seattle, WA.
2003  “Life Vessels” – Artist Allen Moe discusses his primitively fired clay pots, MoNA, 
La Conner, WA.
2003  Contemporary Issues in Northwest Coast Native American Art – A Panel Discussion: The 
Indian Arts and Crafts

           Law, Burke Museum, Seattle, WA.
2003  “Waterston: The History of Paint”, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA.
2003  “In Line With Al Hirschfeld”, Frye Museum, Seattle, WA.
2003  Contemporary Issues in Northwest Coast Native American Art – “The Exploration of 
Northwest Coast Indian Art

           1774 – 2003”. Burke Museum, Seattle, WA.

2002  Icons of Mexican Art, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism: The Jacques and Natasha Gelman

           Collection”, Seattle Art Museum, Bellevue Library, Bellevue, WA.
2002  Myth, Nature, and Art, A lecture by William Morris. Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA.
2002  Corot to Picasso: European Masterworks from the Smith College Museum, Bellevue Library, 
Bellevue, WA.
2002  A Victorian Clock Shop: The Junghans, chronology of a Clock Making Empire. Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA.
2002  The Glory of the Renaissance, part 2, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA.
2002  A Sense of Place: Artists of the Northwest, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA.
2002  Telling Tales, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA.
2002  Skagit Topics: The war years in Washington State, Skagit Co. Historical Museum, La Conner, WA.
2002  The Glory of the Renaissance, part 1, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA. 
2002  The Figure is Dead, the Figure is Alive, MoNA, La Conner, WA.
2002  Art in the Northwest: 1900 – 2001, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA.
2002  Asian American Artists of the Puget Sound Region, MoNA, La Conner, WA.
2002  Skagit Topics: Historical Documentary Photography, Then & Now, Skagit 
Historical Museum, La Conner, WA.
2002  Iridescent Light: The Emergence of Northwest Art, MoNA, La Conner, WA.
2001  Industrial Artist – Ries Niemi, Sculptor, Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA), La Conner, WA.
2001  American Constructivist: A Conversation with Mary Henry, MoNA, La Conner, WA.
2001  Twenty Years of Contemporary Art at the Sacred Circle Gallery, MoNA, La Conner, WA
2001  How Pottery is Made, KWGS, San Antonio, TX.
2001  Candlewick , KWGS, San Antonio, TX.
2001  Share the Vision – The Morgan town Etching Plates, KWGS, San Antonio, TX
2001  Texas Furniture Traditions in the 19th & early 20th c., Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, 
Austin, TX.
2000  The Battle between the Spirit and the Flesh: 60’s Art from Minimalism to Body Art, John Clarke, University of

           Texas. Austin, TX.
2000  Pieter Brugel the Elder and His Works on Paper, Dr. Orenstein, Metropolitan Museum of 
Art, NY, hosted by the

           University of Texas. Austin, TX.
2000  Paden City Glass 1916-1951 - Seminar, Kent Washburn’s Glass Show (KWGS), San Antonio, TX.
2000  Navarre Glass - Seminar - (KWGS), San Antonio, TX.
2000  Sterling Silver Pitchers from Different American Periods – Seminar (KWGS), San Antonio, 
TX.
2000  Images and Influences of China: From English Garden to American Decorative Arts and Architecture - Lecture -

           Festival Institute, Round Top, TX.
2000  American Art History - Informal Class - University of Texas, Austin, TX.
2000  Celebrating Sacred Art -Seminar- Austin Diocese Fine Arts Council, Austin, TX.
2000  Double Takes - Austin Evolving (Photography) Seminar, Austin History Center
2000  Problems in Maintaining an Appraisal Practice: New Legal Liability Issues. A 1- Day 
Seminar. Appraisers

           Association of America and NYU Appraisal Studies, New York, NY.

PARTICIPANT APPRAISER:

2017  4/8/2017  Antiques & Collectibles Evaluation Event and Open House, Bellingham Senior Activity Center.    

           Bellingham, WA.

2016  4/9/2016  Antiques & Collectibles Evaluation Event and Open House, Bellingham Senior Activity Center.

           Bellingham, WA.

2015  4/11/2015 Antiques & Collectibles Evaluation Event and Open House, Bellingham Senior Activity Center.

           Bellingham, WA.

2014  4/12/2014 11:00 - 4:00 Antiques & Collectibles Evaluation Event and Open House, Bellingham Senior Activity

           Center. Bellingham, WA.  Appraiser - Fine Art.  A fund raising event with all proceeds benefiting the Bellingham

           Senior Center. 

2013  4/13/2013  11:00 - 4:00 Antiques & Collectibles Evaluation Event and Open House, Bellingham Senior Activity

           Center. Bellingham, WA.  Appraiser - Fine Art.  A fund raising event with all proceeds benefiting the Bellingham

           Senior Center.  
2011  4/02/2011  11:00 - 4:00 Antiques & Collectibles Evaluation Event and Open House, 
Bellingham Senior Activity

           Center. Bellingham, WA.  Appraiser - Fine Art.  A fund raising event with all proceeds benefiting the Bellingham

           Senior Center.

2010  3/20/2010  11:00 - 4:00 Antique Value & View and Open House, Bellingham Senior Activity Center. Bellingham,  

           WA.  Appraiser - Fine Art.  A fund raising event with all proceeds benefiting the Bellingham Senior Center.

2008  6/07/08 12:00 – 4:00. Antiques Show ‘N Tell, Lynden Community Center, Lynden, WA. Appraiser - Fine Art. A fund

           raising event with all proceeds benefiting the Whatcom County Library Foundation.       

2007  6/16/07 12:00 – 4:00. Antiques Show ‘N Tell, Lynden Community Center, Lynden,WA.  Appraiser – Fine Art. A fund

           raising event with all proceeds benefiting the Whatcom County Library Foundation. 

SPEAKER:

2008  8/1/08 "Only to Vanish from View..." Presented to the North Coast Painters, Anacortes, WA.

2008  3/12/08 “Only to Vanish From View...” The steps that can be taken by any artist to avoid vanishing from view.      

           Visibility Metrics, Value Metrics and Momentum Metrics will define a strategy of viral marketing necessary to

           accompany the artist’s work in the current market. Presented to the Women Painters of Washington, Seattle Art

           Museum.
2008  2/5/08 Northwest Corner Woodworking Association, Mount Vernon, WA.  Topic: Identifying antique furniture,

           Highlights of a Duncan Phyfe Table Appraisal 
2004  3/14/04 What’s Art Worth? An Art Appraisal Forum, Insights Gallery, Anacortes, 
WA.  A two part lecture. Topic: Not            Every One Needs An Appraisal. Topic: What made Mark Tobey become Internationally Recognized while Jacob

           Elshin remains a regional Artist.

AUTHOR:

2010   Jazz Primer, a summary of jazz styles written for the Manieri Jazz and Swing Foundation. 

JUROR:

2008   “Serendipity” the Annual Member Exhibition of the Women Painters of Washington.  Kaewyn Gallery, Bothell,      

            WA.  May 23 – June 24, 2008.

MEMBERSHIP:

2003 – Founding Member – Bill Holm Research Center for the Study of Northwest Coast Art 
2002 – 2005 Member International Ivory Society (IIS)
2001 – Present Member Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA)

ADDITIONAL WORK RELATED EXPERIENCE

1998   Gallery Assistant Austin Galleries 1219 W 6th Austin, TX 78703, Consignment and Auction Inventory cataloging. 

1982 - 1995 Studio Director/Owner Black and White Color Connection 904 B West 12th 
St, Austin, TX 78703 – An

            Archival Photography Restoration Studio and Gallery. Damage Claims Appraiser, restoration quotes, rare          

            photograph archivist.

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