JANICE DeLOOF

 

EDUCATION

 

Master of Arts, California State University, Fullerton, CA

Graduate Studies, California State University, Long Beach, CA

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2004   BRAND LIBRARY ART GALLERIES, Glendale, CA, Family Matters.

2003   SADDLEBACK COLLEGE ART GALLERY, Mission Viejo, CA, Mise en Scènes. [catalog]

2000   COLLEGE OF SAINT MARY, Hillmer Art Gallery, Omaha, NE.

1998   IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Council Bluffs, IA. 

           ANGEL’S INK, Los Angeles, CA.

1997   ARTCORE/BREWERY ANNEX, Los Angeles, CA. 

1996   ARTCORE/BREWERY ANNEX, Los Angeles, CA. 

1993   CITY OF IRVlNE STOREFRONT STUDIO, Irvine, CA, Artist-in-Residence. 

1988   IVEY GALLERY, Los Angeles, CA. 

1986   GALLERY 318, Los Angeles, CA. 

           ORANGE COUNTY CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, Santa Ana, CA. 

1985   GALLERY 318, Los Angeles, CA. 

           ORANGE COUNTY CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, Santa Ana, CA. 

1983   CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON, University Center Gallery, Fullerton, CA. 

1982   CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON, West Gallery, Fullerton, CA. 

 

           PUBLIC ART PROJECTS

 

1992   LOS ANGELES RIVER, Los Angeles County, CA, LA River Fest, Sponsored by the Friends of the LA River.

               FULLERTON MUSEUM CENTER, Fullerton CA, First Night.  

1991   AMERICAN SAVINGS PLAZA/FULLERTON MUSEUM, Fullerton, CA, A People Place.   

1987   ORANGE COUNTY TRANSIT DISTRICT, Orange County, CA, Mural on Bus, Art in Motion.  

1986   SOUTH COAST PLAZA/LAGUNA ART MUSEUM, Costa Mesa, CA, The People Corridor.  

 

           SELECTED INVITATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

 

2009  CSUF GRAND CENTRAL ART CENTER, Santa Ana, CA, Artist-in-Residence, Erase Stigma, a collaborative installation.

                CSUF GRAND CENTRAL ART CENTER, Project Room, Santa Ana, CAInside-OUT

 

2008   CSUF GRAND CENTRAL ART CENTER, Sales and Rental Gallery, Santa Ana, CA, The Paper Show

 

2007   FULLERTON COLLEGE ART GALLERY, Fullerton, CA, Women’s Work is Never Done.

             CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, GUGGENHEIM GALLERY, Orange, CA, SCA 10th Annual Exhibit.

 

2006   MUCKENTHALER CULTURAL CENTER, Fullerton, CA, Third Biennial.

           SCWCA GALLERY AT THE BREWERY ART COLONY, Los Angeles, CA, Up Close and Personal.

 

2005   ORANGE COUNTY CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, Santa Ana, CA, OCCCA 25 Year Reunion Show I.

           SCWCA GALLERY AT THE BREWERY ART COLONY, Los Angeles, CA, Curator’s Choice.

 

2003   EL CAMINO COLLEGE ART GALLERY, Torrance, CA, About Face, Artists’ Interpretations of Masks.

CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, GUGGENHEIM GALLERY, Orange, CA, Artists Choice.

           AVENUE 50 STUDIO, Highland Park, CA, Beneath the Surface, Roots, Dreams, Fears & Fantasies.

 

2002   PALOS VERDES ART CENTER, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, Art Heals, Art Works. [catalog]

           FULLERTON MUSEUM CENTER, Fullerton, CA, Art Heals, Art Works.

           ORANGE COUNTY CENTER FOR CONTMEMPORARY ART, Santa Ana, CA, Ooparts.

 

2001   ANGEL’S GATE CULTURAL CENTER, San Pedro, CA, Domestication of Space, Twice re: Moved.

           I-5 GALLERY at the Brewery Art Colony, Los Angeles, CA, Art Heals, Art Works.

           CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON, Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, CA, Material-ized.

 

2000   LAGUNA ART MUSEUM, Laguna, CA, Sitting Pretty. 

           CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY, GUGGENHEIM GALLERY, Orange, CA, Mirror Image.

 

1999  I-5 GALLERY at the Brewery Art Colony , Los Angeles, CA, Small Works.  

           ARTCORE BREWERY ANNEX, Los Angeles, CA, Artists of the Western States Respond.

 

1998   LAGUNA ART MUSEUM, Laguna Beach, CA, Art Rental Gallery Exhibit.   

           SHERATON GRANDE, La Jolla, CA, Curated by Studio Gallery, Irvine, CA,  Paintings & Sculpture.

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY FULLERTON, West Gallery, Fullerton, CA, Comment & Celebration.

 

1997   MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE, Walnut, CA, Passages: Matter and Mind.  

           GALLERY 25, Fresno, CA, L.A. Slide.  

           UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVlNE, Student Center, Irvine, CA, Personae.   

           WOMEN'S CAUCUS FOR ART, National Office, New York, New York, Celebrating Women in the Arts

 

1996   SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY MUSEUM, Redlands, CA, Sources and Refinements.  

           LANKERSHIM ARTS CENTER, North Hollywood, CA, Print Conspiracy.  

 

1995   CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES, Luckman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, In the Black.  

CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA, Pomona, CA, Sense of Loss, Feathers, and Footprints.  

           OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, Coons Center, Los Angeles, CA, Art and Environment.  

           UNITED NATIONS 4TH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN, Bejing, China, Women in Art and Culture.  

 

1994   CYPRESS COLLEGE, Cypress, CA, Convergence: Diverse Directions/Diverse Expressions.   

           WlGNAL MUSEUM, CHAFFEY COLLEGE, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Transformations, the Human Form in Diverse Contexts.  [catalog] 

           ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, Denver, CO, No Town an Island.   

 

1993   CALIFORNIA CRAFTS MUSEUM, San Francisco, CA, Natural Dialogue.   

           FUEL GALLERY, Seattle, WA, No Town an Island.   

           UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Rackham Galleries, Ann Arbor, MI, Art/Environment.   

 

1992   ART SPACE GALLERY, Woodland Hills, CA, A Look at the LA River.  

           JOHN THOMAS GALLERY, Santa Monica, CA, Gallery Artists Exhibit.   

           ANDERSON RANCH GALLERY, Aspen, CO, No Town an Island.   

 

1991   CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, Main Gallery, Fullerton, CA, Women and the Surreal Narrative.  [catalog] 

           MUCKENTHALER CULTURAL CENTER, Fullerton, CA, The Edge of Night.  [catalog]

           CENTURY GALLERY, Sylmar, CA, Natural Causes.   

           THE WOMEN'S BUILDING, Los Angeles, CA, ACTS (Artists Contributing To The Solution).   

           KOLL CENTER NEWPORT, Newport Beach, CA, Expressions from Impressions - The Art of the Print.   

 

1990   JOHN THOMAS GALLERY, Santa Monica, CA, Five.   

           THE WOMEN'S BUILDING, Los Angeles, CA, Ageless.   

           CENTURY GALLERY, Sylmar, CA, Furniture as the Artist's Subject.   

           SUZANNE BROWN CONTEMPORARY, Scottsdale, AZ, New Artists/New Works.   

 

1989   RIVERSIDE MUSEUM OF ART, Riverside, CA, The Metaphoric Chair.  [catalog] 

           JOHN THOMAS GALLERY, Fullerton, CA, Vessels.   

           FULLERTON COLLEGE GALLERY, Fullerton, CA, Our Own Image.   

 

1988 ANGEL’S GATE CULTURAL CENTER, San Pedro, CA, Women and Energy.  [catalog] 

           LOS ANGELES CITY HALL, Los Angeles, CA, Women's History Month.   

           JOHN THOMAS GALLERY, Fullerton, CA, Five.   

 

1987   AMOS ENOS GALLERY, New York, NY, East/West Interchange.  [catalog] 

           BOWERS MUSEUM, Santa Ana, CA, Images '87.   

           SPECTRUM GALLERY, San Diego, CA, South for the Summer.   

 

1986   BREA CIVIC CULTURAL CENTER GALLERY, Brea, CA, OCAA National 20th Annual Ali-Media Juried Exhibition, Kerry Brougher, Juror.  [Juror's Award, catalog] 

           MUCKENTHALER CULTURAL CENTER, Fullerton, CA, Expressions of the Human Figure, Roland Riess, Juror.

               [Juror's Award] 

SADDLEBACK COLLEGE ART GALLERY, Mission Viejo, CA, Artists in Transitions.

LAGUNA ART MUSEUM, South Coast Plaza Satellite, Costa Mesa, CA,  All California '86.   

 

1985 LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART, Art Rental and Sales Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. 

           SIMARD GALLERY, Los Angeles, CA, Discovery '84.   

           IRVlNE FINE ARTS CENTER, Irvine, CA, In the Form of Furniture.   

        LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE ART GALLERY, San Pedro, CA. Southern California Women's Caucus for Art, Fourth Exhibition.  [catalog] 

 

1983   NEWPORT HARBOR ART MUSEUM, Sales and Rental Gallery, Newport Beach, CA. 

           THE EDGE GALLERY, Fullerton, CA, Anniversary Exhibit.   

 

1981   MILLS HOUSE VISUAL ARTS COMPLEX, Garden Grove, CA, Innerscapes.

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY: REVIEWS AND ARTICLES

 

Daniella Walsh, “Leaving Room for Nostalgia”, Orange County Register, Sunday, July 31, 2005 (photo)

Arnold, Margaret, “Artist Profile, Janice DeLoof,” The Glendalean, Inc., November 1-15, 2004. (photos)

Carasso, Roberta, “Janice DeLoof at Saddleback College Art Gallery,” Artweek, March, 2003. (photo)

Carasso, Roberta, “Continuing and Recommended Exhibitions,” ArtScene, February, 2003.  (photo)

Walsh, Daniella, “The Power of Art to Heal” Orange County Register, Sunday, August 11, 2002, SHOW, p 23-24.

Herman, Judith, “Artists Answer the Question, What Exactly Can Art Heal?” Palos Verdes Peninsula News, Thursday, January 24, 2002 (photo)

Brian Arthurs, “Art of Healing,” The Beach Reporter, Thursday, January 24, 2002 (photo)

Bledsoe, Dione, “Images of Family, Daily Life Refined,” The Daily Titan, Thursday, November 1, 2001. (photo)

Giasone, Barbara, “The Art of Healing,” The Fullerton News Tribune, March 8, 2001, p.1. (photo)

McNally, Molly, “Visual Myths and Mystical Visions,” The Reader, Omaha, NE, November 29, 2000. (photo)
Knaff, Devorah, "An Invitation to Enter the Mind of the Artist," The Press-Enterprise, Sunday, Sept. 8, 1996.

Knaff, Devorah, "Treasure Hunt 'Convergence' at Cypress College," Artweek, Sept. 22, 1994. (cover color photo)

Knaff, Devorah, "From the Lens, into the Studio, to the Public Eye," Orange County Register, Sept. 9, 1994. (photo)

Artweek, "Fixing the Earth", Sept. 23, 1993. (color photo)

Burke, Mamie, "Growth Industry," San Francisco Examiner, Image, Sunday, February 21, 1993, p.27.

Glowen, Ron, "Manifestos, No Town an Island at Fuel Gallery," Artweek, February 18, 1993, p.18. (photo)

Converse, Elizabeth, "The Edge of Night, A Guided Tour," Visions Art Quarterly, Los Angeles, Winter 1991.

Curtis, Cathy, "Art Novel and Literal," Los Angeles Times, Friday, November 16, 1990, p.F29.

Schlosberg, Suzanne, "Art that Takes a Stand, and a Seat," Los Angeles Times, January 26, 1990, p.F23. (photo, p. 1,

        Calendar Section)

Donohue, Marlena, "The Galleries," Los Angeles Times, Friday, May 27, 1988, Part VI, p.18.

Geer, Suvan, "Janice DeLoof’s Art Screams Silently of Urban Anguish," Orange County Register, Friday, May 13, 1988,

        Section P, p.28. (photo)

Artweek, “Angel’s Gate Cultural Center”, May 28, 1988, vol. 19, n.21, p.6. (photo)

Berland, Dinah, "Introspective Whimsy, Intrigue, Highlight Women & Energy," Long Beach Press Telegram, May, 1988.

Tuchman, Laura J., "Images," Orange County Register, Wednesday, August 26, 1987, p.E11. (photo)

Wong, Herman, "Artists Get Their OCTD Murals Ready to Roll," Los Angeles Times, Monday, June 6, 1987, Part VI, p.1

        & 3. (photo)

McKenna, Kristine, "The Galleries," Los Angeles Times, Friday, November 28, 1986, VI, p.16.

Curtis, Cathy, "Art-as-Therapy Draws on Pain," Orange County Register, Friday, May 22, 1987, P section, p.46.

Ewing, Robert, "Reexamining the Figure" Artweek, June 14, 1986, p.6.

McGee, Mike, "Ships, Chairs, and Vessels," Artweek, November 3, 1984, p.5. (photo)

               SELECTED PRIVATE AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

 

Mr. Arnold Rifkin, Los Angeles, CA                                                                       Pettit & Martin, Los Angeles, CA

Mr. & Mrs. Ben Rakoff, Hollywood, CA                                                                Irvine Company, Irvine, CA

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Anderson, Paris, France                                                             Mr. Timothy 0rd, Los Angeles, CA

Dr. & Mrs. Richard Sternberg, Los Angeles, CA                                                   Mr. & Mrs. James Perkins, Omaha, NE

Ms. Kendra Belzberg, Beverly Hills, CA                                                                Mr. Tim McMahn, Dana Point, CA

Mrs. Eneida Gonzalez, No. Hollywood, CA                                                           Mr. & Mrs. McNulty, Bel Air, CA

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Friedman, Beverly Hills, CA                                                    Ms. Barbara Corday, Los Angeles, CA

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cooke, Los Angeles, CA                                                          Mr. Dewey Anderson, Omaha, NE

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Park, Los Angeles, CA                                                               Mr. Kenneth Miller, Santa Monica, CA

Mr. & Mrs. John Wood, Fullerton, CA                                                                    ABN-ABRO Bank, Los Angeles, CA

Ms. Patty Kudish, Sherman Oaks, CA                                                                  Atkinson, Andelson, & Loya, Cerritos, CA

Ms. Violette Vornicel, Orange, CA                                                                         Mr. William Farmer Jr., Los Angeles, CA

Ms. Andrea Cohen & Nathan Walpow, Culver City, CA                                       Ms. Harriet Baron, Los Angeles, CA

Ms. Diane Ross, Palm Springs, CA                                                                       Mr. Tony Moshe, Los Angeles, CA

 

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Instructor, University of California Irvine, CA, Extension, 2002-2003.

Instructor, North Orange County Community College District, Fullerton, CA, 1975-2000.

Instructor, Cerritos College, Cerritos, CA, 1986-1988.

Instructor, California State University, Fullerton, CA, 1982-1983.

Artist in Residence Coordinator, Erase Stigma Arts Festival, Celebrating Mental Health Awareness,

        California State University, Fullerton Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, CA, 2009.

Curator, Art Heals, Art Works, Eye-Five Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Palos Verdes Art Center, Palos Verdes, CA, and Fullerton Museum Center, Fullerton, CA, 2001-2002.

Curator, Monoprint/Monotype and the Artist's 0uevre, John Thomas & Art Store Galleries, Fullerton, CA, 1991.

Coordinator, Artists of the Western States Respond, Artcore Brewery Annex, Women's Caucus for Art National Conference Exhibit, Los Angeles, CA, 1999.

Coordinator, Earth Art Banners, Fullerton Museum & City of Fullerton, CA, 1991.                                                                                                                              

Coordinator and Instructor, Acacia School, Fullerton, CA, After School Art Program, 1978-82.

Board Member, Southern California Women's Caucus for Art, Los Angeles, CA, 1992-2001.

Board Member, Fullerton CA School District's All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation, 1993-2002, Advisory Board, 2003-present.

Chair, Orange County Mental Health Board, Arts Committee, Santa Ana, CA, 2008-present.

 

 

SELECTED ELECTRONIC EXHIBITIONS

 

www.JaniceDeLoof.com

 

www.ArtBridgesGallery.com

 

http://www.scwca.org/index.php

Installation Who Are You (and the artist seated in one of the chairs) is pictured under the Logo for the organization.

Listed in the Artists’ Registry

 

http://www.southerncaliforniaartists.org/artists/JanicDeLoof/Janice_DeLoof.asp

 

http://www.dcaslideregistry.com/artist.cfm?id=276

Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Slide Registry

 

http://artscenecal.com/ArtistIndex/ArtistsD.html 

Scroll down to DeLoof, Janice

 

http://artscenecal.com/Announcements/1004/BrandLibrary1004.html

 

http://www.ci.glendale.ca.us/library/brand_images/Brand%20Gallery%202004_NEW2.pdf

 

http://www.nationalwca.org/membership/gallery.html

 

http://www.ci.fullerton.ca.us/depts/museum/exhibits/details/art_heals.asp

 

http://www.americansforthearts.org/arts_healing_america/communities/pdf/update_04-12-02.pdf

Scroll down to MUSINGS to read essays from the “Art Heals, Art Works” catalog curated by Janice DeLoof. 

 

Janice DeLoof   jadeloof@gmail.com

1/3/2010