ABOUT ALICE COTTON
* Author, publisher, and illustration artist for the book When Buildings Speak, Stories Told by Oregon's Historical Architecture, Artemis Publishing, Oregon, 2001
* Illustrator for the book Making Problems, Creating Solutions, Challenging Young Mathematicians by Jill Ostrow, Stenhouse Publishers, York, Maine,1999
* Architectural illustration artist, homeowners and business owner commissions for Home Portraits in New Orleans, Louisianna and Portland, Oregon
* Curriculum Writer for Oregon Public Broadcasting, Art Beat program, 2003
* Saturday Academy instructor, Oregon and Washington, 2000 - 2005, classes include architectural drawing, math artistry, Greek architecture and Euclidean mathematics, Math Dynamics: topology, transformational geometry, Escher art and beyond.
* Young Audiences artist-in-residence, Oregon, 2004 - 2005, classes include Roman architecture, Greek architecture, Egyptian figure drawing, perspective, math artistry.
* Artist-in-residence, Oregon and Washington 2002 - 2005, classes include architecture (Italian balusters, Greek columns, Roman arches, geometric compostions, drawing, perspective, quilt and tile designs, ornamental design,, Renaissance and Modern art, clay works, art installations, portraiture, Oriental watercolor painting
* Artist-in-residence, Camas, Washington, Dorothy Fox Elementary School, 2003 - 2005, K - 5, art teacher for two years.
*Other artist-in-residencies: Gilbert
Hts. Elementary, 3rd grade, Zellerbach Middle School, 6th grade
* College instructor, history of architecture in the Oregon, Portland State University, Portland Community College, Clark College in Washington.
* Village Home Education Resource Center, Math and Math Artistry teacher, see current classes in Artemis Education, ages 7 - 17, supplementary education, 4 years, Beaverton, Oregon.
* Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts, a showing of my clay and acrylic art called "Vignettes of Natural Chaos",Lake Oswego, OR, 2007
* Sixth Street Gallery, a showing of my clay and acrylic art called "Vignettes of Natural Chaos", 105 West Sixth Street, Vancouver, WA January 2009
* Portland State University, B. S. Education major
* Pacific Northwest College of Art
* New Orleans art community
* Portland Community College, architectural drawing
* Personal studies in illustration art, architectural graphics and math artistry, ongoing.
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