About the Artist
Gloria Lamsons’ work has been featured in numerous publications and exhibitions since 1975 including the Tacoma Art Museum, Bellevue Art Museum in Washington and the Oakland Art Museum in California. Gloria was one of the first artists invited for inclusion in www.greenmuseum.org that serves the international community representing artists who work with nature. She received a project grant from Artist Trust, in support of The Island Project in SE Alaska and was awarded one of the first artist residencies from The Colorado Art Ranch. She has created installations for numerous outdoor art parks and is included in the permanent collections of the Washington Arts Commission, King County Public Art based in Seattle, and John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill California.
Gloria also received a 2001 GAP.
Gloria also serves as an Artist Trust At Large speaker.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.
From the Artist
Because of my somewhat remote, rural surroundings, Artist Trust’s services are “extra” important in connecting me with a larger artistic community and informing me of professional opportunities… I have deep gratitude for the work of Artist Trust as there is no other organization in Washington offering such valuable resources for individual artists.