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Bio
 

Originally from central Massachusetts, Claudia Hollander-Lucas has also lived in Boston, Colorado, England, and Spain. She has made the Puget Sound her home since 1979. She is a full professor of Fine Arts at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington.

She has exhibited her work extensively, including BVAU in Boston, MA; Rutgers University in New Jersey; the Portland Art Museum in both Maine and Oregon; Vladevastok University, Russia; Emerson College in Sussex, England; the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham, WA.; Lisa Harris Gallery in Seattle, WA.

Claudia earned a BFA in Design from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, Massachusetts and a MFA in Painting from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado.

She has been a founding member of the Quartermaster Press, and of Le Petit Salon on Vashon Island. She is a member of Artist Trust, the Vision Action Group of Vashon, the National Audubon Society, and the National Guild of Book Workers.

She lives in the woods on Vashon Island with her husband, John, and with many deer, birds, and other wildlife.

 
 


 
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