Carl T. Chew

Biografia di Carl  T. Chew

World's Most Famous Unknown Artist!

L'artista di Seattle Carl T. Chew  nato nel 1948  a Urbana, (IL), crea opere d'arte basate sulla narrativa in una varietà di materiali, tra cui francobolli artistici, tappeti di lana, stampe e altro ancora. Le sue opere sono caratterizzate dal loro stile pop, umorismo e colori audaci. Ha conseguito un Bachelor of Science e un Master of Fine Arts presso l'Università di  Washington a Seattle.

Seattle-based artist Carl T. Chew born in 1948 in Urbana, IL, creates narrative-based artwork in a variety of materials, including art stamps, wool rugs, prints, and more. His works are characterized by their pop style, humor and bold colors. He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington in Seattle.

Selected One Person Exhibitions

Mia Gallery, Seattle, WA, January, 1994, "Too Live Chew", Mia Gallery, Seattle, WA, January, 1991, "C.T. 'C'elects", Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane, WA, September-October, 1990, "Documents Northwest", Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA, March 3-April 24, 1988, "Le Extinction des Artes", Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham, WA, 1983, "Medieval Massage Parlor", Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA, September, 1980, "Prehistoric Post Office", Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA, September, 1979, "Stamps", The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, May, 1978, "Video Dig", and/or, Seattle, WA, 1977.

Selected Group and Invitational Exhibitions

"Lasting Impressions: Eight Seattle Print Artists," Fisher Gallery, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA, July-August 1995, "Raven Brings Light to this House of Stories", permanent installation of artwork by Carl Chew, Mare Blocker, Ron Hilbert Coy, and J.T. Stewart in the Allen Library, University of Washington, Dedication November 17, 1994.  funded through the State of Washington Arts Commission, "The Art of Microsoft", Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, 1993, "Watercolor, Watercolor", Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA, Summer 1990, "One Hundred Years of Washington Art", The Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA, 1989-1990, "High Tech/High Touch: Computer Graphics in Printmaking", Pratt Institute, Manhattan Gallery, NYC, NY, Nov.16-Dec30, 1987, then traveling show, "Gene Baro Collects", The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, 1983 "Ralph Doid City Planner", Seattle Municipal Bldg., Seattle, WA, 1981 "Electroworks", International Museum of Modern Photography, George Eastman House, Rochester, NY,  and The Cooper Hewitt Museum, 1979, 1980, "Eight West Coast Printmakers", The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, 1978, "Thirty-four Prints from Seattle- Six Triangle Artists", Center for the Visual Arts, Anchorage, AK, 1977, "Thirty Years of American Printmaking", The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 1976, "Los Angeles Printmaking Society Exhibition", Los Angeles, CA, 1975.