Artist Doug Craft: Resume

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Education

BS Chemistry, BS Interdisciplinary Sciences, University of West Florida, 1975

Studied art with Duncan Stewart, University of West Florida, and Ralph Hunt, Pensacola Junior College, 1971-1975

Creative Activity

Visual Artist: 1971-present. Collage, photography, and painting. Member CORE New Art Space, 2000-2002.

Musician: 1969-present. Plays guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion. Severely Bomba, with Mike Vargas and Ted Altenritter, 1978-1981. Rock video, Catfish Killers, with Steel Alligator Boy, broadcast on KBDI, 1982-1983.

Research Chemist: 1974-2008, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado. Environmental chemistry, trace metal speciation and bioavailability, toxicological chemistry, and geochemistry. Numerous scientific reports and journal papers. Organized and chaired international symposium: Trace Metal Speciation and Bioavailability, American Chemical Society national meeting, New Orleans, 1987. Journal associate editor and organizer, Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability, 1988-1994. Who's Who in America, 2001, 2005. Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 2007.

Art Exhibitions

Wide Open Whatever, Juried Exhibition, January, 2000, CORE New Art Space, Denver Colorado

Winter Salon, Juried Exhibition, December, 2000 - January, 2001, Aperture Gallery, Denver, Colorado

Doug Craft: Golden Rectangles, annual member show, August 2001, CORE New Art Space, Denver, Colorado

Doug Craft: Collage and Montage in Golden Ratios, annual member show, February, 2002, CORE New Art Space, Denver, Colorado

Doug Craft: Golden Horizons, one man show, June, 2002, The Elephant Bean Coffee Company, Lakewood, Colorado

Annual Associate Members Show, October, 2002, CORE New Art Space, Denver, Colorado

Sacred Geometry 2003: A Collaboration of Artists, May-June, 2003, V-Gallery, Denver, Colorado

Doug Craft: Golden Ratios, one man show, April 1-30, 2004, Barnes and Noble Bookstore, Golden, Colorado

A Beautiful World: Art and Mathematics, Juried Exhibition, September 7 - October 4, 2004, Arapahoe Community College, Denver, Colorado

Two in One - One in Two: Mathematics in the Arts, February 2005, Article in Math Horizons magazine, by Carla Farsi and Doug Craft, includes artwork images.

Patterns in Nature, 2005, Juried Digital Web Exhibition, University of Colorado's Special Year in Mathematics, Boulder, Colorado, Click here for web gallery site.

Winship Cancer Institute, Emory University, 2005, Permanent Display of 9 Collage Prints, Through Novus, Inc., art brokers, Atlanta, Georgia.

25th Anniversary Show, CORE New Art Space, September 2006, Denver, Colorado
Flee Art Event , Juried Exhibition, Oriental Theater, November 2006, Denver, Colorado
Human Organics, Juried Exihibition, Colorado Sustainable Living Association, February 2007, Lincoln Center, Fort Collins, Colorado
City of Aurora Art in Public Places, Selected as Juried Alternate Exhibitor, 2007 Public Exhibition Schedule, Aurora, Colorado
City of Aurora Art in Public Places, 12 Photomontages, January - May 2008, Aurora Justice Center, Aurora, Colorado
2008 Nikon Small World Microphotography Competition: Image of Distinction, Framed print displayed in 2009 national tour of nature and Science museums.
Artwork Published: Cybernetics and Human Knowing, Volume 16 No. 3-4, 2009, Commissioned cover image and 12 B&W prints in academic journal.
2009 Nikon Small World Microphotography Competition: Image of Distinction, Two framed prints displayed in 2010 national tour of Nature and Science museums.
Aesthetics and Artwork Published, Craft, Doug, Science within the Art: Aesthetics Based on the Fractal and Holographic Structure of Nature, Chapter 17 in "Biologically-inspired computing for the arts: scientific data through graphics," Anna Ursyn,editor, IGI Global Publishers, April 2012.

Contact:

720-548-8633
E-mail: Doug.Craft@dougcraftfineart.com
Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/doug.craft.37


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