JENNIFER L. ALPAUGH

1235 Galvez Dr., Pacifica, CA 94044
(650) 355-5696
jenny1alpaugh@gmail.com

EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, Art, UCLA
Master of Science, Organizational Psychology, San Francisco State University

SOLO
EXHIBITS
Paintings and Cyanotypes, Ocean Yoga, Pacifica, 2012
Natural Beauty, Mildred Owen Concert Hall, Pacifica, 2011
Landscapes and Blossoms, Octagon Gallery, Daly City Hall, 2005
Faces and Flowers, Sanchez Concert Hall, Pacifica, 2007
Colors and Music for Spring, Sanchez Concert Hall, Pacifica, 2004
Portraits: Flowers and Friends, Reading Room, Pacifica Library, 2003

GROUP
SHOWS
Tangerine Arts, all exhibits from 2005 to present (click here)
Art Guild of Pacifica, various exhibits, West Wing and Main Gallery,
           Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, 2000 to present
Winter Salon, East Wing Gallery, Sanchez Art Center, 2013
Transformation, Doctors without Borders, Pasta Moon, Half Moon Bay, 2012
Journey, Doctors without Borders, Pasta Moon, Half Moon Bay, 2011
Compassion, Doctors without Borders, Kelly Street Gallery, Half Moon Bay, 2010
50/50 Art Show (juried), Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Summer Salon, Fogbelt Studios, San Francisco, 2010, 2011
Four Artists, New Work (juried), West Wing, Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, 2000
Student Exhibitions, Skyline College Gallery Theater, San Bruno 1997 to 2002
Serigraphy Series, San Mateo Community College, San Mateo, 1999 to 2000

PUBLICATIONS Operation Sunflower, (author, Josef Morawietz), cover art and illustrations, 2002
Talisman, the Annual Magazine of Literature and Art
, drawing, 2001-2002
San Jose Mercury News, photograph, 2002

PERMANENT
EXHIBITION
Nature Walk, series of 15 cyanotypes, Visitor Center, San Pedro Valley County
           Park, Pacifica, 2012

AWARDS First Place Award, Daly City Visual Arts Members Show, 2005
Juror's Award of Excellence - Pacifica Art Guild Member's Show, 2003. (Juror,
            George Krevsky, of the George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco)


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