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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 Holllywood, 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 numus other collections. 

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



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

 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

.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

  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

 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.

 2018  Professor Emeritus Bob Evermon Emily Carr University of Art + Design 

               en.wikipedia.org/wiki/bob_evermon 

  email      bob-evermon@dccnet.com  

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We are the eyes of the stars. We are star stuff,
the eyes of the stars, the consciousness of the 
universe and the time keepers, of everything. 
We try to make logical sense of our lives,
drawing lines around it, mapping it, then
recording it for posterity. If we can't prove
or see what we think is there, we still name
it, log it or worship it. We Pass this way only
once and are here for just that brief moment,
in time. We come from the stars to look back
upon ourselves. Yes we are the eyes of the
stars and the dust of the universe. Bob Evermon

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