about Tori Ellison

Tori Ellison is a Seattle-based mixed-media artist who creates prints, paintings, sculpture and installation art.  A MacDowell Colony, Blue Mountain, Women’s Studio Workshop, and Jentel Foundation fellow, she has exhibited in 11 states and abroad, including Portland Art Museum, Bellevue Art Museum, Seattle University’s Hedreen Gallery, Seattle Art Museum Gallery, NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, New York’s PaineWebber Art Gallery, Salt Lake Art Center, and Winston Wachter Gallery, Seattle. Her work is in the City of Seattle, Vulcan, Jordan Schnitzer, and Portland Art Museum collections.  She studied at Cranbrook, University of Washington sculpture department, Reed College (BA in Art/Art History), and New York’s School of Visual Arts (MFA). She has edited and written about art for the Guggenheim Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Seattle Weekly, Seattle Times, Oregonian, and Artweek, as well as designed sets, costumes, and large-scale puppets for the Fisher Ensemble operas, performed in Seattle and at the Judson Memorial Chapel, New York.


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