bob evermon

Bob Evermon has showed his work and is in the permanent colection of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis , Minn.  – The Minneapolis Institute of art – Took first place in printmaking at the Third Minnesota Artists’ Biennial at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, 1963.-  Exhibition Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC – Canada Art Bank – Smithsonian Institution,  Washington, DC – Vancouver Art Gallery –  Minneapolis College of Art – University of New Mexico – Tamarind Lithography Workshop, in Hollywood, CA  – Iran Modern Art Gallery,  Tehran, Iran – Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, Canada – Los Angeles Printmaking Society  – Norton Simon Museum, Los Angeles 2012  —- and thirty or more University and Art gallery collections. www.evermon.4mg.com

Professor Emeritus Bob Evermon Emily Carr University of Art + Desgin  Vancouver BC, Canada 2018

       “AFTER  ALTAMIRA  ALL  IS  DECADENCE – WE  HAVE  INVENTED  NOTHING ”  Picasso   

Professional Activities

  1963-64 Assistant Printmaking Instructor, The Minneapolis College of Art.   Printmaking         Instructor, night school.

1964 – Assistant in Printmaking Summer School, The Minneapolis College of Art, under  Roberto De lamonica  from Brazil.

1964 -65 Graduate Assistant in Printmaking , University of New Mexico,Instructor in two classes in First  Year Design.           

1965 -67 Tamarind Lithography Workshop Inc – Hollywood, Ca.    Printer and doing research, Invented large diameter printing rollers,  Invented aluminum plate grainier.                                         

1966 -69 Instructor of   Printmaking, The University of California at Long Beach, Cal. Assistant  Professor – 68 -Built Lithography studio

 1969 -70 Assistant Professor of Art, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.   Taught classes in  printmaking – Intaglio – and two dimensional design.

 1970 -73 Head of printmaking department, Full Professor,   Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills,  Michigan.   Teaching M.F.A. program in all areas of printmaking -Built Lithography studio.

.1973 -2002  Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Full Professor,  Teaching in the fine arts dept – Head of  Printmaking- Lithography plus teaching creative studies, drawing and foundation..

  1976   Guest artist, University of Alberta, SATE

  1976 -78 Professor in Lithography, Banff Center, Alberta – Built Lithography studio

  1976    First President and Co founder  of Malaspina Printmakers Society 

 1977    Visiting Instructor in Lithography, Alaska Visual Arts Center – Built Lithography studio. 

.1977    Guest Artist, University of Alaska – Built Lithography studio

 1977    Guest Artist, Nova Scotia College of Art.            

1978    Guest Artist, University of Washington.                                       

1979    Guest Artist, University of Saskatchewan

 . 2002   Guest Artist, University of Hawaii -Hilo

 2010   Art, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee to the District of Sechelt , BC    . and retired to my studio in Davis Bay.