A.D. Gallery

Froelick Gallery

Born                1946    Newport, OR

Education        1969    B.A. Secondary Art Education—Western Oregon State College, Monmouth, Oregon

Tribal Affiliation           Wiyot, Mad River Band, Northern California

Solo Exhibitions:

2011-2012  Dog’s Journey, The A.D. Gallery, University of North Carolina, Pembroke, NC (August-October), Missoula Art

             Museum, Missoula, MT (November 2011 – January 2012)

         Coyote’s Road, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR (July/August)

         Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA (October)

2009    Snake Dance, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

         Drawn In, Enso, Half Moon Bay, CA

         Davis & Cline Gallery, Ashland, OR

2008 Classic Fall, Naü-Haus, Houston, TX

         Perseverance, Clatsop Community College

         Monotypes from Tokyo, LMContemporary, Jackson, WY

2007    From the Shinpukuji Portfolio, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

         Drawings, Azabu Kasumicho, Tokyo, Japan & Oguni-Geijutsumura-Kaikan, Yamanota, Niigata-Ken, Japan

2006 Tears and Rain: One Artist’s View from Sea Level, Oregon Historical Society, Portland, OR

         Standing with the Humblers, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

         Davis and Cline Gallery, Ashland, OR

         Rick Bartow & Royal Nebeker, The Art Center Gallery; Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR

         Printworks: A collaborative exhibition with Master Printmaker Seiichi Hiroshima, Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR

2005 El Hoja de la Machete, Instituto de Artes Gráphicas de Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico

         Manuel García Arte Contemporáneo, Oaxaca, Mexico

2004 Bear’s Journey, The High Desert Museum, Bend, OR

         Chopping Wood,Carrying Water, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

         My Eye, Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Spokane, WA

         Davis & Cline Gallery, Ashland, OR

         Work from Moondog Studio West, South Beach, OR, Yanagisawa Gallery, Saitama City, Japan

         Etchings and Monotypes, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

         Drawings and Sculpture, Umpuqua Community College Gallery, Roseburg, OR

2003 Continuum—12 Artists: Rick Bartow, Smithsonian Institution: National Museum of the American Indian—George

            Gustav Heye Center, New York, NY, Curator: Truman Lowe

         Rick Bartow: Through Many Eyes, Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland, OR

         Sunbird Gallery, Bend, OR (October)

         Rick Bartow: Discovery and Fusion, Maryhill Museum of Art—Queen Marie Gallery, Maryhill, WA

         Works on Paper, Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA

2002 Love, Life, Fear, Surrender, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

         Rick Bartow / Espiritus Despiertos, Museo Casa Diego Rivera, Guanajuato, Mexico, in conjunction with Festival

            Internacional Cervantino XXX Aniversario—Artes Visuales (catalogue)

         Sweat and Steam, Oregon State University—Fairbanks Gallery, Corvallis, OR

         LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

         Work from Moon and Dog Press, South Beach, OR, Yanagisawa Gallery, Saitama City, Japan, concurrent exhibition at

            Azabu Kasumicho Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

         Printworks / 1988-2001 Intaglio, Lithography, Monotype, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

         Envoys, Sheehan Gallery, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA (catalogue)

         My Eye, Hallie Ford Museum of Art—Willamette University, Salem, OR, traveling to: Museum of Northwest Art,

            LaConner, WA; Snite Museum of Art—University of Notre Dame, IN; (catalogue) traveling through 2004

2001 12th Street Series: Rick Bartow, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA

         Into the Center: Six Native American Artists Exhibit Series of Solo Shows, Western Michigan University,

            Kalamazoo, MI (catalogue)

         Rick Bartow: August 2001, LewAllan Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

2000 Scratch, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR

         Upriver/Downriver—Pets/Puls, Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Stories, Schneider Museum of Art—Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR

         Self-Portraits: 1989-1999, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR

Solo Exhibitions continued

1999 Rick Bartow, Fisher Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

1998 Dance Harder! Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR (catalogue)

1997 Rick Bartow Drawings: Flowers and Animals, Yanagisawa Gallery, Saitama City, Japan

         Portraits, Azabu Kasumicho, Tokyo, Japan

         Drawings, Oguni-Geijutsumura-Kaikan, Yamanota, Niigata-Ken, Japan

1997    Dirt and Bone, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR

         Sensing the Root, Derek Simkins Gallery of Tribal Art, Vancouver, British Columbia

1996 Salamander Gallery—The Arts Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand

         Paintings and Sculpture by Rick Bartow, California State University—Robert Else Gallery, Sacramento, CA

         New Paintings and Sculpture, Derek Simkins Gallery of Tribal Art, Vancouver, British Columbia

         Retrospective, Oregon Coast Council for the Arts—New

         Sculpture, the gallery, Newport, OR

1995 Newport Visual Arts Center, Newport, OR

         Four Winds, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR

         Maude Kerns Art Center, Eugene, OR

1994 Questions of Belief, Yanagisawa Gallery, Urawa, Japan

         The Oar of The Boat, Peiper-Riegraf Gallery, Frankfurt, Germany

         Circles and Shadows, Francine Seders Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Four Songs to Sing, Derek Simkins Gallery of Tribal Art, Vancouver, British Columbia

         My Eye, Your Eye, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

1993 Truth Abandoned: An Exhibition of New Paperworks and Sculpture, Derek Simkins Gallery of Tribal Art,

            Vancouver, British Columbia (catalogue)

         Visiting Artist Series: Rick Bartow, Clatsop Community College Art Center Gallery, Astoria, OR

         Art in the Governor's Office, State Capitol, Salem, OR

1992 Wings and Sweat, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR (catalogue)

         Drawings, Paintings, Masks, Sun Valley Center Gallery, Sun Valley, ID

1991 Stories, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

         Works on Paper, Francine Seders Gallery, Seattle, WA

1990 Drawings and Dance Masks, Rutgers Barclay Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

         Recent Work, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

         Drawings, Chase Gallery—Spokane City Hall, Spokane, WA

         Recent Pastel Drawings, Oregon State University—Fairbanks Gallery, Corvallis, OR

1989 Recent Drawings and Sculpture, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, New York, NY

         Recent Work, Salishan Lodge, Gleneden Beach, OR

         Drawings, Susan Cummins Gallery, Mill Valley, CA

1988 Jamison/Thomas Gallery, New York, NY

         Works on Paper, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

1987 Jamison/Thomas Gallery, New York, NY

         Man In A Box, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

         R.E. Bartow: Recent Works, American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1986 Rick Bartow, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

         Sacred Circle Art Gallery of American Indian Art, Seattle, WA

1985 Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

         Masks, Marianne Partlow Gallery, Olympia, WA

1981 Nye and Company Gallery, Newport, OR

Group Exhibitions

2012    Shapeshifting: Transformations in Native American Art, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA, opening January 2012.
2011 The Gifts of Trees, Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA
         Sing Me Your Story, Dance Me Home, HSU Native American Arts Gallery, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

Vantage Point, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian, Washington DC

2010    Anomalous, Froelick Gallery, Porland, OR
         Across Cultures: Fifty Objects from the Macy Collection, Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ

         Critical Messages, Hallie Ford Museum of Art and Western Gallery, OR

         Infinity of Nations, George Gustav Heye Center, NMAI, New York, NY

         Vantage Point, Smithsonian Institute, National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC

         Transcending Tradition, Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, AZ

         Collected Voices, Chiaroscuro Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

         Assembled: Narratives in Wood and Metal, Bush Barn Art Center, Salem Art Association, Salem, OR

         The Dog Show, Sisters Art Works, Sisters, OR

 

Group Exhibitions continued

2009 Into The Now, From Then, Chiaroscuro Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

         La Pena & Bartow, B. Sakata Garo, Sacramento, CA

2009 Art About Agriculture exhibit, Oregon State University, LaSells Stewart Center Giustina Art Gallery, Corvallis, OR

2008 Without Limits, Chiaroscuro Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

         Transformation and Change on the Northwest Coast, Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Art Has Gone To The Dogs!, Domont Studio Gallery, Indianapolis, IN

2008 Sing Me Your Story, Dance Me Home, Grace Hudson Museum, Ukiah, CA

2007Crow’s Shadow Press, Print Arts Northwest, Portland, OR

         Sing Me Your Story, Dance Me Home, California Exhibition Resources Alliance, curated by Theresa Harlan,

               traveling to: Maidu Interpretive Center, Roseville CA;

2006  Bestiary, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

           About Face: Self Portraits by Native American, First Nations, and Inuit Artists, Nov 13, 2005 – Apr 23, 2006,             Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, NM

2005 drawing(s) 40+ artists/200 works: A 25th anniversary exhibition, Terri Hopkins, curator, Art Gym, Marylhurst                            University, Marylhurst, OR

2005 Changing Hands 2: Art Without Reservation,  Museum of Arts & Design, New York, NY

         New Tradition, Archer Gallery, Clark College, Vancouver, WA

         Collaborations from the Elizabeth Tapper Print Workshop, Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA

         Drawings, Jacobs Gallery, Hult Center, Eugene, OR

         Native American Contemporary Art, Sept 25-Dec 30, Art at the JCC, Santa Barbara, CA

2004 Recent Works, Prichard Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow

         artOBJECTS: PDX, Portland Airport, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland, OR

         Images of Identity, Cal. State Sacremento, curated by Frank La Pena & Terri Castaneda

         Clown Show, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR.

         Seattle Perspective: Selections from the City of Seattle % for Art Portable Works Collection, Washington State

         Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, WA

2003 Native Inspiration: 16 Years of Indian Market, LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM (August)

         Native Voices on the Wind, Myhelan Cultural Arts Center, Long Valley, NJ

         University of North Carolina Gallery—Chapel Hill Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC

         Art About Agriculture, Oregon State University—Giustina Gallery, Corvallis, OR, Jurors: Harrison

            Branch, Tallmadge Doyle, John Olbrantz, (two awards) travelling to: Art Adventure, Madras, OR

            Grants Pass Museum of Art, Grants Pass, OR; and Oregon Garden—Grand Hall, Silverton, OR

2002 Cowboys, Indians & the Big Picture, McMullen Museum of Art—Boston College, Boston, MA

         Northwest Documenta I, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn, Salem, OR

         Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland, OR

2001    After the Storm: The Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and

            Western Art, Indianapolis, IN (catalogue)

         Crossing Boundaries: 2-D Into 3-D, City of Portland, Oregon—Office of the Mayor, Curators: Lois

            Allan and Sarah Ellen Taylor

         The Gathering of Indigenous Visual Artists, Evergreen IV Gallery, Olympia, WA

         25th Anniversary Exhibit: Head West! Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY (catalogue)

         Northwest Visions: Recent Acquisitions, Key Tower Building Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Art About Art, Clark College—Archer Gallery, Vancouver, WA, Curator: Marjorie Hirsch

         Winter Group Exhibit, Froelick Gallery, Portland, OR

2000 Visiting Spirits: The Works of Rick Bartow and Lillian Pitt, Hansen Howard Gallery, Ashland, OR        

         Indian Time: Art in the New Millennium, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM,

            Curator: Bently Spang (catalogue)

         Art of the Spirit, Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA

         Seven Directions 2000: An Exhibit and Market of Contemporary Native American Art, Museum of Fine Arts—

            University of Montana, Missoula, Curator: Christine Pierce

         25th Annual National Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Emporia State University—Eppink Art Gallery, KS (catalogue)

         intervals, frames, and accelerations, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, Curator: Sarah Ellen Taylor

         The Mortal and the Immortal, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR, Curator: Lillian Pitt

         Winter Group Show, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR

1999    Rick Bartow/Lillian Pitt, Sunbird Gallery and Frame Shop, Bend, OR

 

 

Group Exhibitions continued

1999 Begegnungen: Indianische Kunstler aus Nordamerican—Indian Reality Today: Contemporary Indian Art

            of North America, Westfalisches Landesmuseum fur Naturkunde, Munster, Germany Curator: Manuela Well-

            Off-Man (catalogue)

         Beauty in the Beast, Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, WA, Curator: Lee Musgrave

         Self-Portrait Exhibition, Corvallis Arts Center, Corvallis, OR

         Plant Forms, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR

1998    Betty Bowen Award: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA,

            Curators: Vicki Halper and Chase Rynd (catalogue)

         Celebrating the Season: Vessels for the Feast, Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Northwest Contemporaries: Self-Examination, Vita Gallery, Portland, OR

         Paper, Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, OR

         Cultural Perspectives: Rick Bartow, Dan Chen, Robert Colescott, Baba Wague Diakite, Hector Hernandez,

            Oregon State University—Memorial Union, Corvallis, OR

         Transformations, Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Head + Heart + Hands, Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery, Louisville, KY (catalogue) traveling to:

 

American Craft Museum, New York, NY

American Folk Art Museum, Orlando, FL

The DeLand Museum of Art, DeLand, FL

50th Birmingham International Festival, AL

Mennello Museum of American Folk Art, Orlando, FL

Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, OH

Yakama Nation Museum, Yakima, WA

 

1997 Twentieth Century American Sculpture at the White House: Honoring Native America, Washington D.C., Curator:

         Margaret Archuleta, Organizer: The Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ. (catalogue)

         Redefining Tradition: A Selection of First Nation Artists and Their Works, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA,

            Curators: John Olbrantz and Jeanette Mills

         Flora & Fauna, Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago, IL

         Washington Remembers: A Conference on Life, Loss, and Traditional Rituals of Grief, Washington State History

            Museum, Tacoma, WA

         Twentieth Anniversary Celebration of the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts, Oregon Coast Council for the Arts,

            Newport, OR

         New Art from Native America, Bucknell University—Center Gallery, Lewisburg, PA, Curator: Johann JK Reusch

            (catalogue)

1996 Rick Bartow and Lillian Pitt, Sunbird Gallery and Frame Shop, Bend, Oregon

         I Stand in the Center of the Good, American Indian Community House Museum, New York, NY, Curator: Joanna

            Osburn-Bigfeather

         Pacific Dragons: Contemporary Art by Established and Emerging Artists from Nations of the Pacific Rim, Uxbridge

            Gallery, Howick, New Zealand, Curator: Aleyn Giles Peterson

         Native American Traditions / Contemporary Responses, Society for Contemporary Crafts, Pittsburgh, PA

         An Inaugural Exhibition: Vietnam Reflexes and Reflections, National Viet Nam Veterans Art Museum, Chicago, IL

         In Bloom, The Heathman, Portland, OR, Curator: Elizabeth Leach Gallery

         Bound and Unbound, Alysia Duckler Gallery, Portland, OR

         Seen and Unforeseen: The Path of AIDS, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR

         Native Streams: An Exhibition of Contemporary Native American Art, Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago, IL (catalogue)

            traveling to:

 

De Pauw University, Greencastle, IN

Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT

               Indiana State Univ,—Truman Art Gallery, Terre Haute,IN

     South Bend Regional Art Museum, South Bend, IN

     Southern Ohio Museum and Cultural Center, Portsmouth, OH

 

1995    Bridges and Boundaries—Brucken und Abgrenzungen, Zeitgenossische Indianische Kunst, Frankfurt/Bonn,

            Germany, Sponsors: The American Embassy and City of Bonn

         Katherine Ace, Rick Bartow, Brooke Stone, David Wilson, Maude Kerns Art Center, Eugene, OR

Art with/out Frontiers: Rick Bartow, John Bevin-Ford, Lillian Pitt, University of California Davis—Memorial Union Art               Gallery, Davis, CA

         Northwest Biennial Competition: The Land, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA, Juror: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

         Fifteen Years, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR 

         The Flower Show, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR 

         New Western Art, Benton County Historical Museum, Philomath, OR

1995 Contemporary Totems, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR

         Maude Kerns Art Center, Eugene, OR (four-person exhibition)

1994 Only the Shadow Knows: Revelations from the Unconscious, Art Access Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT

         Earth, Fire, Water, Oregon College of Arts and Crafts, Portland, OR

Group Exhibitions continued

1994 Oregon Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Lane Community College, Eugene, OR

         Public Encounters, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR

         Artists Who Are Indian, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, Curator: Bently Spang

         New Work by Gallery Artists, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR

1993 Crosscut: The Oregon Biennial, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, Curators: Kristy Edmunds, John Weber,

            Prudence Roberts and Terry Toedtemeier

         Northwest Native American and First Nations People's Art, Western Washington University—Western Gallery,

            Bellingham, WA

         Small Figurative Sculpture, Susan Cummins Gallery, Mill Valley, CA

         Contemporary Icons, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR

         A Kindred Spirit: Contemporary Painting, Prints and Sculpture by Eight Native American Artists, Bedford

         Gallery/Regional Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, CA

         Native America: Reflecting Contemporary Realities, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA, traveling to

 

American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery, San Francisco

Bridge Center for Contemporary Art, El Paso, TX

Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN

Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN

The Mills Building, San Francisco, CA

The Museum at Warm Springs, OR

Moravian College—Payne Gallery, Bethlehem, PA

Siena Heights College, Adrian, MI

University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD

University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI

 

1992    Oregon Spotlight '92: Bartow and Boyden, Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR

         Spiritual World of the Native American, Oguni-Gitjutsumura-Kaikan Art Center, Yamanota Village, Ogunitown,

            Japan (catalogue)

         Native Iconography, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR

         Transformed Traditions, Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA

         The Betty Bowen Legacy: Fourteen Years of Award-Winning Art, Security Pacific Gallery, Seattle, WA (catalogue)

         Artists Who Are Indian, Eastern Montana College, Billings, MT

         Spirit of the West, West One Bank, Curator: Kristin M Poole, traveling

         Multiples Who We Are: Autobiographies in Art, State Capitol Rotunda, Olympia, WA (book)    

         The Corrections Print Project: Prints by 20 Oregon Artists, Maveety Gallery, Salishan, OR

         Face of the Soul: An Exhibition of Masks, 1078 Gallery, Chico, CA

         Art of the People, Sunbird Gallery and Frame Design, Bend, OR

1991 A Moveable Feast, Marianne Partlow Gallery, Olympia, WA

         Without Boundaries: Contemporary Native American Art, Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago, IL

         The Summuloc Show, traveling

         The Submuloc Show/Columbus Wohs, Sponsor: ATLATL, Phoenix, AZ, Curator: Juane Quick To-See Smith

            (catalogue), traveling to:

 

American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery, San Francisco

Collier County Museum, Naples, FL

Concordia College, Moorhead, MN

Fondo del Sol Visual Arts Center, Washington, DC

Guilford Native American Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC

The Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis MN

Sacred Circle Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

Schneider Museum of Art—Southern Oregon Univ, Ashland

Spokane Falls Community College Art Gallery, Spokane, WA

University of Oregon Museum of Art, Eugene, OR

University of South Dakota Art Galleries, Vermillion, SD

 

         25th Anniversary Exhibition, Francine Seders Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Oregon Biennial, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, Curator: Henry Hopkins

         Sum of the Parts, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, New York, NY

         The River, Benton County Historical Society and Museum, Philomath, OR

         Earth Fire Water, Clatsop Community College Art Center Gallery, Astoria, OR

         Lillian Pitt and Friends, Sunbird Gallery and Frame Design, Bend, OR

         Big Sky Indian Market, Native American Cultural Institute of Montana, Billings, MT

         A Panoply of Masks, Marianne Partlow Gallery, Olympia, WA

         The Sacred Bear, In Two Worlds, Missoula Art Museum, Missoula Art Museum, MT

         Drawings, Joan Robey Gallery, Denver, CO

         The Artist in the Art: Self-Portraits, Bumbershoot—The Seattle Arts Festival, Seattle, WA

Group Exhibitions continued

2000 Shared Visions: Native American Painters and Sculptors in the Twentieth Century, The Heard Museum, Phoenix,

            AZ (catalogue) traveling to:

 

Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec

California Academy of Science, San Francisco, CA

Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO

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Dunedin Museum of Art and History, Dunedin,

         New Zealand

Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN

Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK

Hood Museum—Dartmouth College, NH

Institute of American Indian Art, Santa Fe, NM

McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand

Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul, MN

Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM

National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC

Oklahoma Historical Society, Okalahoma City, OK

Oregon Art Institute—Portland Art Museum, OR

Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK

Sargent Art Gallery, Whanganui, New Zealand

School of American Research, Santa Fe, NM

Thomas Gilcrease Institute, Tulsa, OK

Ti Papa, Wellington, New Zealand

University of Minnesota Art Museum, Minneapolis

University of Oklahoma Museum of Art, Norman

U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, DC

West Seattle High School, Seattle, WA

Whitman College—Sheehan Gallery, Walla Walla, WA

 

1990 Wotazootoo!, Joan Robey Gallery, Denver, CO

         A Spirit Reigns, Marianne Partlow Gallery, Olympia, WA

         Native Proof, American Indian Community House Gallery, New York, NY

         For the Birds, Sunbird Gallery and Frame Design, Bend, OR

1989 First Impressions: Northwest Monotypes, Seattle Art Museum—the PONCHO Series, Seattle, WA (catalogue)

         The Fourth Biennial Native American Fine Arts Invitational, Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ, Curator: Margaret

            Archuleta (catalogue)

         Oregon Arts Commission Fellowship Recipient Show, Salem Art Association—Bush Barn Art Center, Salem, OR

1989 Masks and Works on Paper, Francine Seders Gallery, Seattle, WA

         New Masks, Marianne Partlow Gallery, Olympia, WA

         Animal Imagery, Susan Cummins Gallery, Mill Valley, CA

         Masks: Cultural and Contemporary, Afro-American Historical & Cultural Museum, Philadelphia, PA (catalogue)

         Oregon Biennial 1989, Portland Art Museum—Oregon Art Institute, Portland, OR, traveling to: Oregon State

            Capitol, Salem, OR; and Oregon Coast Council for the Arts, Newport, OR

1988 Coyote as Mythological Figure: Rick Bartow and Daniel Stolpe, Oregon Art Institute—Wentz Gallery, Portland,

            OR (catalogue)

         Kenneth Banks Gallery, Oakland, CA

         Birds and Flight: Various Interpretations, Francine Seders Gallery, Seattle, WA

         Native American Art of California and Nevada, Jerome Evans Gallery, Sacramento, CA

         Second International Contemporary Print Fair, Los Angeles, CA

         A Midsummer Night's Dream: Dreams as Personal Mythology, Blackfish Gallery, Portland, OR

1987    Of Lillian Pitt and Rick Bartow, Marianne Partlow Gallery, Olympia, WA

         The Artist and the Myth, Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, Monterey, CA

         Oregon Biennial, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

         Oregon, Washington Juried Exhibition of Art, Maryhill Museum, Goldendale, WA

         New Public Collection, Schneider Museum of Art—Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR

         Innerskins/Outerskins: Gut and Fishskin, Craft and Folk Art Museum, San Francisco, CA

         Contemporary Visions: Fifteen Native American Artists, Read Stremmel Gallery, San Antonio, TX

1987 New Directions / Northwest, Oregon Art Institute—Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR and Evergreen State

            College, Olympia, WA (catalogue) traveling to:

 

                  Alaska State Museum, Juneau, AK

                  Carrie McLain Memorial Museum, Nome, AK

                  Fairbanks Arts Association, Fairbanks, AK

                  Fine Arts Center, Longview, WA

                  Esvelt Gallery, Pasco, WA

                  Grays Harbor College, Aberdeen, WA

                  Kittredge Gallery, Tacoma, WA

                  Lynnwood Arts Commission, Lynnwood, WA

                                    Northlight Gallery, Everett, WA

                                    Peninsula College, Port Angeles, WA

                                    Sara Spurgeon Gallery, Ellensburg, WA

                                    Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA                                            Sheldon-Jackson Museum, Sitka, AK

                                    Spokane Community College, Spokane, WA

                                    Visual Arts Center, Anchorage, AK

 

1986 Governor's Indian Art Exhibition, State Capitol Building, Salem, OR

         Native American Art: Our Contemporary Visions, Read Stremmel, Reno, NV

         Masks: New Expressions in Transformation and Obscurity, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

         Weird and Witty: Constructions by Northwest Artists, Marylhurst University—The Art Gym, Marylhurst, OR

1985 Fortissimo! Thirty Years of Contemporary Art, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

 

Group Exhibitions continued

1985 Northwest Artists: Alaska, Washington & Oregon, American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery, San Francisco, CA

         Oregon Artists Show, Arts in Oregon Council, Portland, OR

         Masks/Mesques/Masx, Galleria Mesa, Mesa, AZ, traveling until 1987 (catalogue)

         Beyond Blue Mountains, Washington State Art in Public Places Program—Public Art Space, Seattle, WA     

         Visage Transcended: Contemporary Native American Masks, American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery,

            San Francisco, CA, traveling (catalogue)

1983 Newport Jazz and Art Festival, Newport, OR

1982 Lebowitz Gallery, Lincoln City, OR (three-person)

1978 Slight Variations—Contemporary Native American Painting, American Indian Community House

         Gallery/Museum, New York, NY (four-person)

Awards

2003    John Olbrantz Juror's Award and Reese Lamb and Paul Lamb Art About Agriculture Award, Oregon State

            University—Giustina Gallery, Corvallis, Jurors: Harrison Branch, Tallmadge Doyle, John Olbrantz

1991 Who We Are: Autobiographies in Art, Washington State Arts Commission, Olympia, WA

1990 Betty Bowen Special Recognition Award, Seattle Art Museum—PONCHO, Seattle, WA

1983 First Place: Drawing Competition, Newport Jazz and Arts Festival, Newport, OR

1981 Oregon Coast Council for the Arts, Newport, OR

        

Commissions

2011 Ford Alumni Center, University of Oregon, Eugene OR

2011 Center for Health and Nutrition, Western Oregon University, Monmouth,OR, collaboration with Nancy Blair –

            carved wood and cast glass

2009 TRIMET, City of Portland, Oregon, cast bronze sculpture on light rail line

2003 TRIMET, City of Portland, Oregon, cast bronze sculpture, in collaboration with Lillian Pitt and Ken MacIntosh

2001 VIP Lounge—Oregon Convention Center, City of Portland, OR, three 40 x 26-inch pastel drawings

         A Story of Water, 15-foot carved Western Red cedar pole, private commission

2000 Bandon Dunes, Bandon OR, three drypoint print editions

         Patron Print, Portland Art Museum—Gilkey Center for the Graphic Arts, Portland, OR, drypoint

1997 The Cedar Mill Pole, Oregon College of Art & Craft, Portland and Washington County, OR

         Grand Ronde Tribal Wellness Center, Grand Ronde, OR, carved a series of 8 pole tops

         Paper Nao, Tokyo, Japan, carved cedar door panels

         Red Octopus, Newport PAC's Studio Theatre, OR, painting series for Shakespeare performances

1994 The Second Reflex Print Portfolio, Reflex Magazine, Seattle, WA

1992 Governor's Arts Awards, Oregon Arts Commission, commissioned carved masks for the awards

         Oregon Arts Commission—Oregon Corrections Division, Salem, OR, lithograph print editions

1990 Saks Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR, large-scale murals

1989 Journeys, Pacific Dance Ensemble, Alice Silverman Stage —Newport Performing Arts Center, Newport, OR,

            series of carved masks

1985 Art in Public Places, Washington State Arts Commission, Olympia, WA

1981 Oregon Coast Council for the Arts, Newport, OR

1976 Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC

         National Geographic, Washington, DC

 

Fellowships

2002 Flintridge Foundation Award for Visual Artists, Pasadena, CA

2001 Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art,

            Indianapolis, IN, Jurors: Sarah Bates, Colleen Cutschall, Truman Lowe

1988 Brandywine Visiting Artist Fellowship, Philadelphia, PA

1987 Fellowship in Visual Arts, Oregon Arts Commission, Salem, OR

Public and Corporate Collections

Bandon Dunes Golf Club, OR

Beaverton Lodge Retirement Residence, OR

Berlin Ethnological Museum, Germany

Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID

Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA

City of Newport, Oregon—City Hall

City of Newport, Oregon—Newport Public Library

City of Portland, OR—Multnomah County Portable Works

City of Seattle, WA—Department of Waterworks

City of Seattle, WA—Northwest Visions (Portable Works)

De Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO

Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN

Federal Reserve Bank, Portland, OR

Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA

Grand Ronde Tribal Wellness Center, Grand Ronde, OR

Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, OR

Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA—CulturalHeritage

Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Maryhill Museum, Goldendale, WA

Mentor Graphic Corporation, Wilsonville, OR

City of Mesa, AZ, portable works collection           

Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA

Minneapolis Institute of the Arts , MN

Museum of Man, Frankfurt, Germany

National Museum of the American Indian, New York, NY & Washington, DC

National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, Chicago, IL

New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM

Oil Sands Company, Tokyo, Japan

Oregon Arts Commission, Salem, OR

Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR

Oregon State University—Valley Library, Corvallis, OR

Oregon State Lands Building, Salem, OR

Paper Nao, Tokyo, Japan

Penthouse Magazine

Pieper-Riegraf Collection, Germany

Playboy Magazine

Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

Regional Arts & Cultural Council, Portland, OR

Research and Education Group, Portland, OR

The Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY

Saks Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR; Phoenix, AZ

Salem Art Association, OR

Schneider Museum of Art—Southern Oregon Univ, Ashland, OR

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ

Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA

Seattle Public Schools, WA—Whittier Elementary School

Shinpukuji Temple, Yamanota Village, Japan

Society for Contemporary Crafts, Pittsburgh, PA

Stoel Rives, Portland, OR

Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA

Tri-Met, Portland, OR

The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA

The University of Notre Dame, IN

University of Oregon-Knight Law Library, Eugene, OR

University of Oregon- Law Center, Eugene, OR

Washington State Arts Commission, Olympia, WA

Washington County Public Services Bldg, Hillsboro, OR

Weisman Art Museum at University of Minnesota, MN

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

Westfalisches Landesmuseum, Munster, Germany

West Seattle High School, Seattle, WA

 

 

Artist-In-Residence

2010 Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA

2008 Nauhaus, Houston, TX

2008 Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, Pendleton, OR, intaglio prints and lithograph with Eileen Foti, Master

2001 Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts, Pendleton, OR, intaglio prints and lithograph

 

Teaching Experience: Lectures, Symposiums And Workshops

2011       Drawing Workshop, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC

2003       Rick Bartow: Discovery and Fusion, Maryhill Museum—Queen Marie Gallery, Maryhill, WA

               Figurative Work from the Pacific Northwest, Artemesia Gallery, Chicago, IL, slide lecture by Christine Bourdette

2002       Sources of Sight: An Artists' Symposium in Conjunction with 'Rick Bartow: My Eye', Hallie Ford Museum of

               Art—Willamette University, Salem, OR, with Dr. Gerald McMaster—National Museum of the American Indian

               Dialogue with Oregon Writer Barry Lopez, Willamette University—Robert Hull Lecture Hall, Salem, OR

2001       Rutgers University, NJ

               East-West Ethnic, Social, Political, and Aesthetic Issues, lecture for Crossing Boundaries—East-West

                  Symposium in Print Art, Portland, OR

               The Gathering of Indigenous Visual Artists, Longhouse Education and Cultural Center, Olympia, WA

               Art Classes, MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility, Woodburn, OR, since 2000

               Friday Lunch Series: Artist Talk with Rick Bartow, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA

               Weekend Workshop: The Art of Rick Bartow, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA

2001       Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, workshop and lecture

2000       Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR, lecture

               Portland Art Museum—Friends of the Gilkey Center, Portland, OR, lecture

               Professional Practices, Oregon Coast Art Commission, Newport, OR

1999       Questions in the Present, Solutions in the Past, Stonington Gallery, Seattle, WA

 

Teaching Experience, continued

1999       Images and Personal Icons, Evergreen State College Longhouse, Olympia, WA

1998       The Healing Mark, Oregon Art Therapy Association—2nd Annual Conference, Providence Saint

                  Vincent Medical Center, Portland, OR

1996       Journey to the Four Directions, Portland Art Museum—North Wing, Portland, OR

1996       Sweat Lodges and American Spirituality, Robert McDougall Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand

               Origins: Cultures Exchanging Ideas Through the Creative Process of Art, Interstate Firehouse

                  Cultural Center, Portland, OR

1994       Featured Artist, Art Beat, Portland Community College—Sylvania Campus, Portland, OR

1993       Earth Fire Water, Clatsop Community College Art Center Gallery, Astoria, OR, papermaking

1993          workshop with Naoki Sakamoto, with ten Native American artists, Coordinator: Lillian Pitt

1992       Rick Bartow: Drawings and Paintings, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA

1990       Maskerade, Children's Museum, Newport, OR

1988       Mask Exploration, Oregon Coast Community College, Newport, OR, spring term

1987       Traditional Fine Arts Celebration, Yaquina View Elementary School, Newport, OR

1978-80s Corvallis Community College, Corvallis, OR

                  Portland Community College—Cascade Campus;

                  Portland Community College—Rock Creek Campus; and

                  Portland Community College—Sylvania Campus, Portland, OR

1977       Siletz School, Newport, OR

 

Books

2010 Doubters and Dreamers (cover artwork), Janice Gould, University of Arizona Press, Sun Tracks, Vol 67

2009 Green Diver (cover artwork),Peter Sears, WordTech Communications, ISBN: 1934999687

2004 Native Universe: Voices of Indian America, Editors: Gerald McMaster and Clifford E. Trafzer, Publisher:

            Smithsonian National Museum for the American Indian, Washington D.C., ISBN# 0-7922-5994-7

2003 Children of Native America, A Photographic Journey, Publisher: Shakti Books, Funding for: The Global Fund for

            Children

2002 So Fine! The Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ, Essay: Kay Walkingstick, pp 56-57, ISBN #0-934351-66-X

         The Dirt is Red Here: Art and Poetry from Native California, Editor: Margaret Dubin, Publisher: Heyday Books,

            Berkeley, CA, ISBN #1-890771-54-6

2001 Indian Country, Gwendolyn Cates, Publisher: Grove Press, New York, NY, ISBN#08021-1696-5

         My Eye, Hallie Ford Museum of Art—Willamette University, Publisher: University of Washington Press, Seattle,

            WA, ISBN# 0-295-98216-0

         After the Storm: The Eiteljorg Fellowship for Native American Fine Art, Editor: W Jackson Rushing III,

            Publisher: University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA, Essay: Carol Podedworny, ISBN #0-295-98174-1

Native America, Collected the Culture of An Art World, Margaret Dubin, University of New Meixico Press, Albuqueque, NM ISBN 0-8263-2174-7

2000 Paper Across Continents, Naoaki Sakamoto, Publisher: Sanshodo Insatsu Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan,

            pp 24-25, 104-107, ISBN#4-9980911-07

1999 Native American Art in the Twentieth Century: Makers, Meanings, & Histories, Editor: W Jackson Rushing III,

            Publisher: Routledge Publishing Co., London, UK, pp 159-160 (illustrations)

         Dreaming the Dawn: Conversations with Native American Artists and Activists, Publisher: University of

            Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, Essay: EK Caldwell, Introduction: Elizabeth Woody, pp 33-39

1999 Indian Reality Today—Contemporary Indian Art of North America, Germany, Essay: Manuela Well-Off-Man,

            pp 26-28, ISBN# 3-932959-12-4

1998 Betty Bowen Award: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition, Publisher: Marquand Books, Seattle, WA, Essay:

            Vicki Halper

1997 Twentieth Century American Sculpture at the White House, Publisher: Harry N. Abrams, New York,

         Essayists: Martin Sullivan and Hillary Rodham Clinton

1997 St. James Guide to Native North American Artists, Roger Matuz, Publisher: St. James Press, Detroit, MI, 

            Essay: Kristin Potter, Introduction: W Jackson Rushing III

         New Art from Native America, Bucknell University—Center Gallery, Lewisburg, PA, Essay: Johann JK Reusch

1996 The Telling of The World, Editor: W S Penn, Publisher: Stewart Tabori and Chang, New York, NY, pp 57, 113,

            123, 208, 231

1995 Contemporary Art in the Northwest, Lois Allan, Publisher: Craftsman House, Roseville, New South Wales,

            Australia, pp 28-31

        

Books continued

1995 Carving Traditions of Northwest California: With a Reprint of the Carvers of the Indians of Northwest

            California, Ira Jacknis and Isabell Kelly, Publisher: Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Berkeley,

            CA, pp 61-63

1994 The Art of Seeing, Mary Pat Fisher and Paul Zelanski, Publisher: Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, pp 26-27

1989    I Become Part of It: Sacred Dimensions in Native American Life, Editors: DM Dooling and Paul Jordan Smith,

         Publisher: Parabola Books, New York, NY

1979 A Blaze of Distance: A Book of Poems and Interviews, Publisher: Oregon Coast Council for the Arts, Newport,

            Essay: Barry Lopez (illustrations)

Catalogues

2010 Critical Messages, Contemporary Northwest Artists on the Environment, University of Washington Press, traveling exhibition, essays: Sarah Clark-Langager, William Dietrich, pp 26-27

2008    Unpacking the Collection, Selections from the Museum of Contemporary Craft,     Museum Of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR, pp 116-117

2006 About Face: Self-Portraits by Native American, First Nations and Inuit Artists, Publisher: The Wheelwright                         Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, NM, Editors Joan Katheryn O’Donnell and Jonathan Batkin, pp17-18,                       plate 18.

2003 Oregon College of Art and Craft: Art on the Vine, Portland, OR, p 55

2002 Festival Internacional Cervantino XXX Aniversario—Artes Visuales, Museo Casa Diego Rivera, Guanajuato,

            Mexico, Essay: Rene Bustamante, pp 23 – 26

         Rick Bartow—Espiritus Despiertos, Museo Casa Diego Rivera, Guanajuato, Mexico, Essays: Rene Bustamante

            and Ramiro Osorio Fonseca

         Envoys, Whitman College—Sheehan Gallery, Walla Walla, WA, Essay: Ian Boyden

         George Johanson: Artist's Portraits, Portland Art Museum, OR, Essay: Prudence Roberts

2001Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY

         12th Street Series: Rick Bartow, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA, Essay: Gail Tremblay

         Images for the New Millennium, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, Editor: Barbara Brotherton

2001 Out of a Hat: 53 Drawings, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, OR, Essay: Stuart Horodner

2000 Indian Time: Art in the New Millennium, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM, Essays:

            Joanna Osburn Bigfeather, Bently Spang

         Rick Bartow: Stories, Schneider Museum of Art—Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR

         Twenty-Fifth Annual National Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Emporia State University, KS

1999 Bartow: Dance Harder! (Hal o may yah), Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Portland, Oregon, Essay: Lois Allan

         Begegnungen: Indianische Kunstler aus Nordamerican—Indian Reality Today: Contemporary Indian Art

            of North America, Editor: Alfred Hendricks, Westfalisches Landesmuseum fur Naturkunde, Munster, Germany

1998 Head+Heart+Hands, Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery, Louisville, KY, Essays: Truman Lowe and Jo Ortel

1997 New Art from Native America, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, Essay: Johann JK Reusch

         Sensing the Root, Derek Simkins Gallery of Tribal Art, Vancouver, British Columbia

1996 Native Streams: Contemporary Native American Art, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, Essay:

            Margaret Archuleta, Forward by Jan Cicero and Craig McDaniel

1994 Four Songs to Sing, Derek Simkins Gallery of Tribal Art, Vancouver, British Columbia

1993 Crosscut/Contemporary Art from Oregon, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

         Truth Abandoned: An Exhibition of New Paperworks and Sculpture, Derek Simkins Gallery of Tribal Art,

            Vancouver, British Columbia, Essay: Derek Simpkins

1992 Rick Bartow: Wings and Sweat, Jamison/Thomas Gallery, Portland, OR, Essay: David Becker

         The Spiritual World of the Native American, Shizuoka City, Japan, n.p.

1992    The Submuloc Show/Columbus Wohs, Atlatl, Phoenix, AZ, Essays: Charlotte DeClue, Joy Harjo, Lucy

            Lippard, Duane Niatum, and Elizabeth Woody

         Who We Are: Autobiographies in Art, Washington State Arts Commission, Olympia, WA, Essays: Abigail

            Ehrlich and Sheila Mullen

         The Betty Bowen Legacy: 14 Years of Award Winning Art, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA

1991 Shared Visions: Native American Painters and sculptors in the Twentieth Century, Arizona State University,

            Tempe, AZ, Essays: Margaret Archuleta, Joy Gritton, W. Jackson Rushing III, Rennard Strickland

1989 The 4th Biennial Native American Fine Arts Invitational, The Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ, Essay: Margaret

            Archuleta

         First Impressions: Northwest Monotypes, Seattle Art Museum, WA, Essay: Vicki Halper

         Masks: Cultural and Contemporary, Afro-American Historical and Cultural Museum, Philadelphia, PA, Essay:

            Leslie King-Hammond

 

Catalogues continued

1988 Coyote as Mythological Figure: Rick Bartow * Daniel Stolpe, Oregon Art Institute, Portland, OR, Essay:

            Lawrence Watson

1987    New Directions / Northwest: Contemporary Native American Art, Oregon Art Institute—Portland Art Museum,

         Portland, OR, Essays: George Longfish, Beatrice Medicine, Joan Randall, Gail Tremblay

1986 R.E. Bartow—Portfolio: American Indian Contemporary Artists, American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery,

            San Francisco, CA, Essay: Abby Wasserman

1985    Visage Transcended, American Indian Contemporary Arts Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

 

Periodicals

2011 Beauty and the Beast, Wuon Gean Ho, Printmaking Today, Spring, Vol. 20, No 1, pp.14-15. London, UK.

2010 Rick Bartow, Berlin Gallery profile, Earth Song, Heard Museum Magazine, December 2010 / January 2011, p. 8

         Infinity of Nations, Cecile R. Ganteaume, American Indian Art Magazine, volume 35, number 4, autumn 2010, p 69

2009   Portland: Eco-Art Central, art ltd., special eco issue, March/April2009, pp. 50 -54

2006 Of This Continent, W. Jackson Rushing III, American Indian Art Magazine, volume 32, number 1, winter 2006,                                   pp 66-76.

           Faith in His Fathers Flows to Canvas, Vickie Aldous, Ashland Daily Tidings, Weekend Guide, Ashland, OR, section B, May 20, 2006         

2005  Clowns, Northwest Review, Univ. of Oregon, Eugene, OR, vol. 43, no.1,  pg 73 (image)

2004 Exhibition Review of Continuum: 12 Artists at the George Gustav Heye Center, Jo Ortel, American Indian Art

               Magazine, volume 30, number 1, winter 2004, pp 68-77

         Making His Mark, Devon Jackson, Southwest Art, Houston, TX, volume 34, number 3, August, pp 162-65

         By the People, Thomas Hayden, Smithsonian, volume 35, number 6, September, pp 50-57, (image)

         An Artist’s Haven, Mona Hinson, The Messenger, Oregon State University Libraries, volume 19, number 1, Spring

            2004, pp 14-15

         Multicultural Canvas, Julianne Crane, Spokesman Review, September 9, 2004

2003 The Cream City Review, Milwaukee, WI, volume 27, number 1, Spring, cover and pp 44, 56, 115

         March 15 through May 11—Rick Bartow: Discovery and Fusion, Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, WA, p 1

2003 Eiteljorg Fellowship Exhibition, Southwest Art, volume 31, number 3, pp258-62

         Continuum at the National Museum of the American Indian, ARTnews, summer 2003, volume 102, number 7 p152

2002 Salem, Ore.—Rick Bartow at the Hallie Ford Museum, Sue Taylor, Art in America, New York, NY, number 11,

            November, pp 166-167

         On the Wall—Rick Bartow, Hester Coucke, Artspirit, Corvallis Arts Association—Linn-Benton Arts Council,

            Corvallis, OR, volume 8, issue 10, October, p 3

         About Art: Fairbanks Offers Works by Native American Artist, n.a., The Entertainer, Corvallis, OR, 11 October, p 10

         Straight with the Medicine, Barry Lopez, Orion, Great Barrington, MA, October, pp 102-107

         Connecting Cultures, Julie Pratt McQuiston, Native Peoples, Phoenix, AZ, May/June, pp 44-47

         Visual Arts: Rick Bartow Retrospective, Lois Wadsworth, Eugene Weekly, Eugene, OR, 21 February

         Exhibition and Topics, Hidekki Kimura, Hanga Geijutsu, Tokyo, Japan, #116, Summer, pp 135 & 146,

            ISBN#4-87242-116-7

         Rick Bartow: My Eye, Steffen Silvis, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 20 February, p 64

         Flintridge Foundation Names Award Winners, Artweek, San Jose, CA, February, p 2

         Arts & Entertainment: Seiichi Hiroshima, The Asian Reporter, Portland, OR, 12 March, p 16

         Exhibition Catalogues of Interest—Rick Bartow: My Eye, Marla Davis Green, Preview, Vancouver, BC, June/July

            August, p 55

         Rick Bartow: My Eye, Marla Davis Green, Preview, Vancouver, British Columbia, January/February, p 33

         Rick Bartow: My Eye, Brushstrokes, Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, OR, January-June, volume 4, #1

2001 Today's Works of Ancient Cultures, SL Berry, Weekend, The Indianapolis Star, IN, 9 November pp 4 and cover

         World Report: Portland—Crossing Boundaries: East West Symposium in Print Art, Hidekki Kimura, Hanga

            Geijutsu, Tokyo, Japan, #114, Winter, pp 132-133

         Art Saves Lives! (Sort Of): On PICA's Visual Arts Flank, Steffen Silvas, Willamette Week, Portland, OR,

            26 December, p 26

         Eiteljorg Fellowship Exhibit: A New Museum Program Spotlights Contemporary Native American Fine Art, n.a., 

            Southwest Art, Houston, TX, volume 31, number 3, August, pp 258-261

         Visual Stories, Julie Pratt McQuiston, Nuvo, Indianapolis, IN, 21 November, p 13

         A Big One, David Hoppe, Nuvo, Indianapolis, IN, 21 November, p 12

         Portfolio of Native American Art, Charleen Touchette, The Magazine, Santa Fe, NM, vol 10-#11, August, pp 23-9

Periodicals continued

2001 Works on Paper Originally in B&W, ZYZZYVA, San Francisco, CA, volume XVII, #3, pp 108, 118

         Navajo, interview with Nasdijj, Bark Magazine, Berkeley, CA, #16, Fall, pp 7, 55 (illustration)

         2001       News and Hangings, Lisa Lambert, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 12 December, p 66

         Frank LaPena, The Arts, Fall, p 7

         Recognizing Artists of the Highest Caliber, Eiteljorg Newsletter, Indianapolis, IN, 4th Quarter, volume 12-4, p 1

2000 Indian Time: Art in the New Millennium, Richard Garriott-Stejskal, Crosswinds, Albuquerque, NM, 29 June,

            pp 10-12

2000 Group Show, Indian Time, Susanna Carlisle, THE, Santa FE, NM, July, p 71

         Honoring the Past, Embracing the Future, Rebecca Dobkins, American Indian Art Magazine, Scottsdale, AZ,

            volume 25, #2, Spring, p 46-53

         Lost and Found, Daniel Drollette, The Sciences, New York, NY, Jan/Feb, vol 40, #1, p 18-19

         “intervals, frames, and accelerations” at Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Lois Allan, Artweek, San Jose, CA,

            September, volume 31, #9, pp 28-29

         Intervals, Frames, and Accelerations, Karrin Ellertson, Portland Mercury, OR, 8 June, p 25

         Snowglobe Invitational, Lisa Lambert, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, pp 39, 97

1999 Rick Bartow, Margaret Dubin, Indian Artist, Santa Fe, NM, volume 5, number 1, Winter, pp 36-41

         Treasures From the Attic, Susan Hauser, Sunset Magazine, January, p 32

         Best Lure to the Stage, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, July, Best of Portland issue

         A New Home for University’s Art, Stein Broeder, Horizon Air Magazine, Seattle, WA, January, p 7

         Art Inspired by Japanese Zen Buddhist Temples, Asian Reporter, Portland, OR, volume 9, #1, 9 July, p 15

         Rural Hideaway, Sheila de la Rosa, Oregon Home Magazine, Portland, OR, volume 2, #4, Winter, pp 48-49

1998    Oregon: Transformations, Donna Tennant, Southwest Art, Houston, TX, December, p 92

         New Art Museum, Donna Tennant, Southwest Art, Houston, TX, December, p 92

         Art: Return of the Native, Susan Gosselin, Louisville Magazine, Louisville, KY, p 21

         New Museum Opens at Willamette University, Artweek, San Jose, CA, volume 29, number 10, October, p 2

1998 Honoring Native America, Andrea Robinson and Margaret Archuleta, Native Peoples, Phoenix, AZ,

            August/September/October, volume 11, number 4, pp 34-38

         Native Sculptures Dominate White House Gardens, Margaret Archuleta, Aboriginal Voices, Toronto, Canada,

            volume 5, number 4, July/August, pp 34-40

         Trusteeship, Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, Washington DC,

            November/December, cover

1997 Rick Bartow at Froelick Adelhart, Tracy Smith, Art in America, New York, NY, volume 85, # 7, July, pp 100-101

         Rick Bartow: Fifteen Birds, Northwest Review, Eugene, OR, volume 35, #3, Fall, pp 85-99

         Unities, The Georgia Straight, Vancouver, British Columbia 15-22 May, p 51

         Road Trip: Pole Sculpture is Travelling to Washington D.C., Imprint, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR,

            Summer/Fall p 8

         Redefining Tradition: Museum Exhibit Gives Native American Art New Focus, Amy Kepferle, Every Other Weekly,

            Bellingham, WA, 11-24 December, The Scene, pp 1, 17

         The Cedar Mill Pole, Newsletter for Washington County Department of Land Use, Hillsboro, OR,

            19 November, volume 9, #7, pp 3-4

         Redefining Tradition, Whatcom Museum Society Museum News, Bellingham, WA, number 97-3, Fall, p 3

1996 Native Streams, Michael Freeman, New Art Examiner, Chicago, IL, Summer

         Rick Bartow: Dirt and Bone, D.K. Row, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 26 February, p 56

         Museum Exhibitions: Native Streams, South Bend Regional Museum of Art Member's News, South Bend, IN,

            Winter

1995 Tacoma Art Museum: The Land, Victoria Josslin, REFLEX, Seattle, WA, volume 9, #9, October/November, p 18

         Froelick Adelhart Gallery, Robin Roth-Davies, Ourtown, Portland, OR, 2 October, p 19

         But Is It Indian Art?, Lori Baker, PHOENIX, Phoenix, AZ, volume 27, #11, pp 94-100

1994 Self Examination, Ron Glowen, Artweek, San Jose, CA, 6 October, volume 25, #19, pp 18-19

         Bartow: Conversation with an Artist, EK Caldwell, Inkfish, Waldport, OR, volume 1, #7, June, pp 3-5, 17

         Indian Arts for a Contemporary World, Marilynne Mason, The Christian Science Monitor, Boston, MA, 7 February,

            The Home Forum, pp 20-21

1994 Animal Magic, Stephanie Speight, artsoregon, Salem, OR, volume 1, number 6, April/May, pp 29-30

         Question of Beliefs, YOU, Tokyo, Japan, number 62, 4 June, p 80

         Rehin-Main/Veranstaltungen, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonnstagszeitung, Frankfurt, Germany,

            Seite 48, Montag, NR 259, 7 November,

         Rick Bartow, Serena Lesley, PCC Communities, Portland, OR, Spring/Summer, p 3

        

Periodicals continued

1994 Artists Who Are Indian, On & Off The Wall—Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, Essay: Bently Spang,

            January/February, p 4

1993 Profile: Rick Bartow, Cheryl Hartup, Visions Art Quarterly, Los Angeles, CA, Winter, pp 46-47

         Contemporary Icons at Bush Barn, Con Jacobs, artsalem, Salem, OR, pp 22-23

1993 Discovering the Bond Between Humans and Nature, Rochelle Kelly, The Carrier, vol 46, #7, 19 February, pp 1-7

         Rick Bartow, David Becker, Seasons, Oakland, CA, Winter

1992 WW Jamison/Thomas, Garrick Duckler, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 24 December

         Coherence and Accessibility, Gregg Morris, Reflex, Seattle, WA, March/April

         The Raven Chronicles, Consolidated Press, Seattle, WA, Spring, volume 1, #2, cover

         But Is It Indian Art? Lori Baker, Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, volume 24, number 11, November, pp 94-99

1992 New World Times, Santa Fe, NM, August, back cover

         Columbus Woes, Rex Weil, City Paper, Washington, DC, volume 12, number 26, 26 June

1991 Seasons, Native American AIDS Prevention Center Summer Quarterly, Oakland, CA

         WW Art Choice, Gregg Morris, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 5 December, p 51

1990    Indian Market: Santa Fe's Show of Shows, Simone Ellis, The Santa Fe New Mexican Pasatiempo, Santa Fe,

            NM, 17 August, p 12

         Innate Images: Contemporary Art Discards Cliches by Stressing Self-Awareness, Anne Stephenson, America

            West Airlines Magazine, Tucson, AZ, July, pp 31-39

         Notes from the Field, Jack Hoyle, NW Gallery Art Magazine, Portland, OR, July/August, pp 39-42

         WW Art Choice, Jack Hoyes, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 12 April, p 36

1989 Connecting Present and Past, Abby Wasserman, Artweek, Oakland, CA, volume 20, #15, 15 April, p 4

         Rick Bartow: Fish Head Gone, Fish Head Back..., MIZUE, n.p., Tokyo, Japan, Winter, number 953

1989 The Fourth Biennial Native American Fine Arts Invitational at the Heard Museum, Margaret

            Archuleta, American Indian Art Magazine, Scottsdale, AZ, volume 15, #1, Winter, pp 54-61

1988 Out of The Darkness: Transformation of R.E. Bartow, Timothy White, Shaman's Drum, Berkeley,

            CA, Summer, #13, pp 16-23 and front cover

         Man Behind the Mask, Doug Marx, Oregon Magazine, Portland, OR, March/April, volume 18, #1, pp 36-39

1987 Six Spirits In Time, Portfolio, Portland, OR, volume 9, number 1, February/March, p 42

1986 Isolationism, Drake Deknatel, Northwest Artpaper, Seattle, WA, 15 August, p 13

1986 Rick Bartow, Reflex, Seattle, WA, n.d.

         Raven, Seasons, Oakland, CA, Winter, cover

         WW Choice: Emerging Disguises, Willamette Week, Portland, OR, 21 August, p 31

1985 Richard E. Bartow: Four Drawings, North Dakota Quarterly, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND,

            volume 53, number 2, April-June, pp 134-137

1982 Doghead Disguise and the Boogyman, The Wood River Journal, Sun Valley, ID

1980-2Fedora, Oregon Arts Commission and Committee for the Humanities, Portland, OR

 

Articles and Interviews

2007 Rick Bartow’s Journey Adds New Chapter, D.K. Row, The Oregonian, Portland, OR 12 November, p D1

2003 Morning Edition: Interview with Rick Bartow, Ketzel Levine, National Public Radio, Portland, OR, 18 April, 7:50am

         Oregon Art Beat: Rick Bartow, Portland, OR, aired 13 April, 6pm

         Vibrant Indian art gets its chance in spotlight, Julianne Crane, The Spokesman Review.com, Lifestyle, 28 August

2002 Steam and Sweat, Sarah Linn, The Daily Barometer, Corvallis, OR, B4-B5

         Behind the Canvas, Ron Cowan, The Statesman Journal, Salem, OR, 25 May, pp B1-B2

         Grace, Falling Like Rain, Bob Hicks, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 3 March, D1 and D10

         Dark Star, Bob Keefer, The Register Guard, Eugene, OR, 24 March, D1-D2

         Frame Game: Rick Bartow at Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Stan Hall, The Oregonian, Portland, 3 February, E10

2001 The Buzz That Was: October 13, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 28 December, A&E, pp 6-10

         Rick Bartow: A Time of Visions, Larry Abbott, www.britesites.com/native_artist_interviews/rbartow.htm, 9 August

         Cedar Pole Plaza Plan Grows Closer to Construction, Richard Colby, The Oregonian, Portland,

            15 November, Washington County Weekly Section

         The Frame Game: "East Meets West" at Froelick Gallery, Stan Hall, The Oregonian, Portland, 14 October, F10

2001 Print City: Froelick Gallery, Bob Hicks, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 9 October, p E1

         The Art of Understanding, Cheryl Martinis, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 9 March, C2

         Art Within Art Offers Hints of Masterpieces, Annie Pierce Rusunen, The Columbian, Vancouver, WA, 12 February

         Galleries, Pick Hit: Art About Art at Archer Gallery, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 18 February

 

Articles and Interviews continued

2000 Exhibit Evinces Spiritual Journey Undertaken in Arts, Crafts, Graham Shearing, Greenburg Tribune-Review,

            Pittsburgh, PA, 25 June, B1-B3

         Tip Sheet: Lands’ Sakes, DK Row, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 8 September, A&E, p 58

         First Thursday: Critic’s Picks, DK Row, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 1 June , E1

1999 Indian Art You Won’t See in the Casinos, Charlie LeDuff, New York Times, New York, NY, 19 September, p 39

         The High Price of Passion, DK Row, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 8 January, A&E, p 54

         Beasts Corralled for Maryhill Exhibit, The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA, 25 February

         Maryhill Admission Free to J.C. Residents, The Pioneer, Madras, OR, 26 May

1998 With Help from Her Friends, Legacy of Artists' Advocate Bowen Lives on, Regina Hackett, Seattle Post-

            Intelligencer, WA, 2 October, p 19

         American Indian Art Now, Gail King, Wall Street Journal, New York, NY, 4 September, Weekend p 7

1998 The Arts: Tribal Pride, Jesse McKinley, New York Times, New York, NY, 17 August, E1

         Arts Elsewhere: Louisville, L Peat O’Neil, The Washington Post, Washington, DC, 16 August, G10

         Native Crafts, Diane Heilenman, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY, 16 August, I-1 through I-5

         Indian Crafts Merge Tradition, Contemporary Sensibilities, Diane Heilenman, Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY,

            16 August, I-1

         Head Heart and Hands, Leddy Kim, Columbus Alive, Columbus, OH, 10 December, pp 10-11 and front cover

         Head, Heart, Hands’ Exhibition Opens, n.a., Indian Country Today, Rapids City, SD, 17 August, C1-C3

         Vita Vision, DK Row, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 5 August, A&E, E1

1998 A Native American Gathering, Sarah Booth Conroy, The Washington Post, Washington DC, 9 February, B3

1997    Traditions: Old Ways, New Art, Ann Friedman, The Bellingham Herald, WA, 21 November, C1-C4

         Community News: Cedar Mill, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 30 October, B3

         Roots of Art, n.a., Daily Journal of Commerce, Portland, OR, 15 April

1997 Delivering the Healing Pole, n.a., Daily Journal of Commerce, Portland, OR, 15 April

         Roots of Art, n.a., Daily Journal of Commerce, Portland, OR, 15 April

            Drafts and Drawings: Bartow's Monument, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 25 May

1996 Communication Bartow Style, Margaret Dubin, Indian Country Today, Rapids City, SD, 2 December, p 7

         The Healing Tree Takes Shape, Don Hamilton, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 9 December, B4

         Cultural Heritage Feeds Images, Robyn Ussher, The Press, Christchruch, New Zealand, 26 June, p 15

         Visions of Survival, Glen Inwood, The Press, Christchurch, New Zealand

         Design Knows No Bounds, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 25 May

         Native Know-How, Mary Thomas, Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA, 15 November, weekend edition

1995 Sweat Lodge and Inspiration, Roberta Ulrich, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 4 October, B1-B2

         Energetic, Emotional Images Linger, Bob Keefer, The Register-Guard, Eugene, OR, 21 April, E7        

         Kearns Hosts Reception for Four Artists, n.a., The Register-Guard, Eugene, OR, 7 April

         Rick Bartow Sculpts a New Show of Older Work in Newport Gallery, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR,

            27 December, D6

         Fremde Kunst in Vertrauten Bahnen, Von Margaret Hucht, Bonner Rundschou, Bonn, Germany, 2 February

         Tacoma Art Competition Offers a Sweeping View of 'The Land', Robin Updike, Seattle Times, Seattle, WA, E7

         Earthly Delights, Keith Raether, The News Tribune, Tacoma, WA, 23 July, SL-3

1995 The Post-Jamison Era, Megan McMorran, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 4 October, B8

         The Land: Earthly Delights in Tacoma, Ron Glowen, Everett Herald, Everett, WA, 4 August

         Goodbye to the Great, Good Gallery, Barry Johnson, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 16 July, D1-D2

         Local Artists Jackie Niemi, Rick Bartow, Peg Mayo in Exhibit at Benton County Historical Museum, n.a., Newport

            News-Times, Newport, OR, 2 June, C7

         Art by Rick Bartow Featured at Maude Kerns Art Center in Eugene, n.a., Newport News-Times, Newport, OR,

            31 March, C3

1995 A Flawed but Welcome Look at Northwest Art, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, 22 October, E1-E4

1994 Bartow Steps Out: The Multitalented Artist Reaches New Heights of Creativity and Acclaim as He Exhibits His

            Latest Work on First Thursday, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 2 March, D6

         Von Kojoten Und Menschen: Der Indianerkunstler Rick Bartow in Frankfurt, Freddy Langer, Frankfurter Allgemeine

            Sonnstagszeitung, Frankfurt, Germany, 23 October, p 26

1993    Truths and Transformations, Robin Laurence, Vancouver Weekend Sun, Vancouver, British Columbia, 10 July, C9

1993 State of the Art, the Art Museum's Crosscut, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, July 18, D1-D6

1993 Indian Art Attests to Vibrant Culture, Carol Fowler, The Times, Walnut Creek, CA, 22 January, Time Out p 22

        

Articles and Interviews continued

1993 Bartow's Bright Art Contains Dark Visions, Paula Gustafson, The Georgia Straight, Vancouver, British Columbia,

            19 November, p 37

1992 Modern Art, Ancient Culture, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 14 July, K1-K4

         Artists' Autobiographies on Display, Brian Rainville, The Olympian, Olympia, WA, 12 June, D3

         Artist Lectures on Work, n.a., Daily Record, Ellensburg, WA, 10 March

         Bartow, Boyden Featured in Exhibition at Coos Art Museum, n.a., Newport News-Times, Newport, OR, 20 May

         Artists Gather in Newport to Discuss Achievement, Discuss Their Future, Cameron Brandt, Newport News-Times,

            Newport, OR, 19 February

1991 Rick Bartow's Ecstasy and Obsession, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 27 December, pp 26-27

         Artquake, Bob Hicks, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 20 September, p 5 and A&E cover

1990 Pastel Masks, Animals on Display at Fairbanks, n.a., Gazette-Times, Corvallis, OR, 16 February, p 3

         Art by the Saks-Full, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 24 August, A&E, p 21

         A Case Where Bigger is Better, Randy Gragg, The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 20 April, A&E, p 26

1990 "Works on Paper" Opens in Newport, n.a., Newport News-Times, Newport, OR, 7 February, A&E, p 3

1989 Seattle Art Museum Exhibit Salutes Northwest Monotype Artists, Regina Hackett, Seattle Post-

            Intelligencer, Seattle, WA, 24 August, C8

         Bartow Guides 'Journeys' Mask-Making, n.a., Newport News Times, Newport, OR, 22 February, C6

1988 This Artist's Masks Reveal More Than They Conceal, Sheila Shafer, Central Lincoln News, Newport,

            OR, 16 March, B1

1987 Bartow Exhibits Art at Newport Library, Leslie Glode, Newport News-Times, Newport, OR, 28 January, C1

         Yaquina View Elementary School Celebrates Fine Arts, n.a., Newport News-Times, Newport, OR, 2 May, A6

1986 Dog (Portrait of the Artist), n.a., The Oregonian, Portland, OR, 11 April

            Portfolio: American Indian Contemporary Arts, Abby Wasserman, Native Vision, volume 3, #2, May/June, pp 1-8

1977 Closed Doors Open Up, Diana Thompson, Newport News-Times, Newport, OR, n.d., pp 1, 12