Born 1958, Sumatra, Indonesia

Education 1975-79 Pomona College, Claremont, CA BA degree in Studio Art, Cum Laude 1983-84 San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA, Papermaking 1988 Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, CA, Papermaking Solo Exhibitions 2010 “Retablo,” Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA 2008 Greenleaf Gallery, Whittier College, Whittier, CA 2007 “Cautionary Tales,” Rice/Polak Gallery, Provincetown, MA 2006 “Tableau Vivant,” Heather Marx Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2003 “Social Studies,” Heather Marx Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2001 “New Work,” Heather Marx Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1993 The Equitable Building, San Francisco, CA 1992 Creative Arts Center Gallery, Sunnyvale, CA 1990 Mesa Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1989 Joanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CA Selected Group Exhibitions 2017 “Stage Fright,” startup art fair, Hollywood, CA 2016 “Safe at Home,” Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, CA “Souvenir Collection,” stARTup art fair, Hollywood, CA 2013 “Hey Everybody: New Bay Area Figurative Painting,” Diablo Valley College, CA “The Art of Baseball,” Bank of America, Concourse Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2012 “The Art of Baseball: 15th Annual Exhibition,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2011-12 “Winter Exhibition,” Skidmore Contemporary Art, Santa Monica, CA 2011 “Sea Change,” Marx Zavattero Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Play Ball,” Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA “Five Artists,” Sue Greenwood Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA “Life and Landscape,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA “The Fine Art of Baseball: 14th Annual,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles, CA 2010 “What?” Andrea Schwartz Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Treasures,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Rookies & Pros: The Art of Baseball,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles, CA San Francisco Fine Art Fair, San Francisco, CA 2008-09 “Paper Beings,” Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2007 “The Little Show,” Swarm Gallery, Oakland, CA Pulse New York, 69th Regiment Armory, New York, NY Art Chicago, The Merchandise Mart, Chicago, IL “The Art of Baseball,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2006 Rice/Polak Gallery, Provincetown, MA “Top of the 9th: The Art of Baseball,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA Portland Art International, Portland, OR “Remote Viewing 3,” Lake Tahoe, CA 2005 “Several Artists Consider Books,” Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Batter Up!” Rice/Polak Gallery, Provincetown, MA “More Than a Game: The Art of Baseball,” George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco Portland Art International, Portland, OR “Remote Viewing 2,” Lake Tahoe, CA 2004 “New Tales to Tell,” San Luis Obispo Art Center, San Luis Obispo, CA Scope Art Fair, New York, NY “Art of the Game: the Art of Baseball,” George Krevsky Gallery, SF, CA 2003 “American Figurative Art,” Santa Cruz Art League, Santa Cruz, CA San Francisco International Art Exposition, San Francisco, CA “Night Moves: 19th Annual Auction,” New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA 2001 “Inaugural Exhibition,” Heather Marx Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Gallery Artists,” Editions Limited Gallery, Indianapolis, IN (also 2000, 1999, 1997, 1996 and 1995) 1996 “Eight Artists,” Joanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1994 “Recent Works on Paper,” Joanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Beyond the Facade: Architecture in Art,” Syntex Gallery, Palo Alto, CA 1990 “The Earth is Alive,” Mesa Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Architectural Imagery,” Joanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1989 “18 Viewpoints,” Mesa Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1988 “Invitational Exhibition of Northern California Artists,” Redding New Works Gallery, Redding CA “Inaugural Exhibition,” Joanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Works on Paper,” Mesa Gallery, San Francisco, CA 1987 “Art at Pomona, 1887-1987,” Montgomery Art Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont, CA (catalogue) “Agnon XIV,” The Agnon School, Cleveland, OH “New Work by Gallery Artists,” Editions Limited Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Brand XVII,” Brand Library Art Galleries, Glendale, CA “West Coast Works On/Of Paper,” Reese Bullen Gallery, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA 1986 “Rags to Riches,” San Mateo Arts Council, Redwood City, CA “Northern California Artists,” Imago Gallery, San Francisco, CA “New Dimensions: Relief Work by Six New Artists,” Editions Limited Gallery, Indianapolis, IN “Gallery Artists,” Art Images Gallery, St. Charles, IL “Fiber and Cast Paper,” Editions Limited Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Agnon XV,” The Agnon School, Cleveland, OH 1985 “All on Paper '85,” AAO Gallery, Buffalo, NY 1984 Inaugural Exhibition, Prima Galeria, Marina Del Rey, CA Awards / Commissions 2014 Portrait Commission, Vera Haile Senior Housing Development, Mercy Housing, San Francisco, CA 2010 Portrait Commission, Edith Witt Senior Housing Development, Mercy Housing, San Francisco, CA 2003 Cash award, “American Figurative Art,” Santa Cruz Art League, CA 2002 Commission, The Book of Rules, Stags’ Leap Winery, Napa, CA 1979 Teagle Scholarship for high achievement, Pomona College, Claremont, CA Mary Drew Award for works on paper, Pomona College, Claremont, CA Selected Public Collections Clorox Company, Oakland, CA Ernst and Whinney, Oakland, CA Mercy Housing, San Francisco, CA Pacific Telesis, San Francisco, CA PepsiCola Corporation, Los Angeles, CA Pomona College, Claremont, CA Proctor and Gamble, Cincinnati, OH Safeway Corporation Headquarters, Oakland, CA Siemens Laboratories, Walnut Creek, CA Stags’ Leap Winery, Napa, CA Van Kampen Merritt Inc., Naperville, IL Wellington Management, Boston, MA Selected Bibliography 2016 “In LA, Art Fairs Go Rogue,” DinnerPartyBlog.com, Jan. 31, reproduction 2010 Lasarow, Bill, “Dana DeKalb at Sue Greenwood Fine Art,” Visual Art Source, Sept 17; reprinted in Art Scene, cover editorial with reproductions, October issue Lasarow, Bill, “Dana DeKalb at Sue Greenwood Fine Art,” Huffington Post, Sept. 22 (color reproduction) Borgwardt, Michelle, “Dana DeKalb: Mazes of Meaning”, American Art Collector, October, No. 60 (feature article with color reproductions) Baker, Kenneth, “Steel returns with What?,” San Francisco Chronicle, Ovation Section; sfgate.com, August 19, p. F2 Ramey, Joanna, Review, What? Exhibition, WWD.com, August 10 Review, Riviera Magazine, October, p. 32 (color reproduction) 2009 Nataraj, Nirmala, “Paper Beings at Hespe Gallery, Artweek, February, pp. 28 & 25 Feher, Erin, “Ten to Watch: Exhibits to See Before They Go,” California Home + Design, online issue, Jan. 6 (color reproduction) “Man & Nature,” Review of Paper Beings, Southwest Art, January 2008 Harmanci, Reyhan, “Feeling Uncertain,” San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 4, p. 16 Jones, Jackie, “Dana DeKalb’s ‘Grace Period’ graces Greenleaf Gallery,” Quaker Campus, January 31 2007 Messing, Nicholas, “Dana DeKalb: Expect the Unexpected,” Edgenewyork.com; Edgechicago.com, June 28 (color reproduction); reprinted in Provincetown Magazine, Provincetown, MA, summer issue (color reproduction) 2006 Baumberger, Alan, “Heather Marx Gallery: Dana DeKalb, Tableau Vivant,” artbusiness.com, March 18 (color reproductions) Swaby, Rachel, “Gallery Watch,” 7x7 Magazine, March, p. 70 Top of the 9th: The Art of Baseball, George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA (catalog with color reproduction) Bigelow, Catherine, “Swells,” San Francisco Chronicle; sfgate.com, Jan. 1 2005 Sullivan, Kathleen, “’The Art of Baseball’ is on deck,” San Francisco Chronicle; sfgate.com, March 25, p. F9 (review with color reproduction) More Than a Game: The Art of Baseball, Geor

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