Loren Batt

(version française)

Education :

1974-1976:   Franklin College, Lugano, Switzerland (Associate of Arts degree in Fine Arts)

1976-1978:   Georgetown University, Washington, DC (Bachelor of Science degree in Languages and Linguistics)

!979-1981:   École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Paris, France

(Etching, engraving, lithography, drawing)

1981-1982:   École du Louvre, Paris (Art history)

1981-1982:   American College in Paris (Chemistry in relation to art restoration)

 

Artistic Activities:

1980-1982:   Assistant teacher for Françoise Bricaut in her printmaking workshop, La Taille Douce, Paris

1980-1982:   Painting restoration at Atelier St. Gervais, Paris (Francois de Souzy, director)

1984:             Union Printmaker Workshop, Washington, D.C.

1985-1986:   Pratt Graphics Center, New York

1986-1989:   Founding member and member of the board of directors, Manhattan Graphics Center, New York

2004-2006:   Book illustration projects at the French International School (elementary school), Washington, D.C.

 

 

Group Shows:

1982:         Quatre Graveurs de la Taille Douce, Galerie La Passerelle, Paris.

1983:          Wall to Wall, Washington Women’s Art Center Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1983:          Mini Print International, Cadaquez, Spain.

1983-1984:   Cabo Frio Print Biennial, Brazil.

1984:          La Taille Douce, Galerie Parnasse 167, Paris.

1986:          Erotica Print Portfolio, Pratt Graphics Center, New York.

1987:          Manhattan Graphics Center First Anniversary Print Exhibition, Associated American Artists Gallery, New York.

1987:          Manhattan Graphics Center Benefit Print Exhibition, Jewel Speigel Gallery, Englewood, New Jersey.

1987:          Mini Print International, Cadaquez, Spain.

1987:          New York Express, Printmakers from the Pratt Graphics Center, Sala Nicanor Pinole, Oviedo, Spain.

1988:          Manhattan Graphics Center Invitational Members Show, Ward Nasse Gallery, New York.

1988:          On Broadway portfolio print exhibition, Sylvan Cole Gallery, New York.

1988:          VIeme Biennale Internationale de Gravure, Digne-les-Bains.

1989:          L’Évantail : 1789-1989, Galerie Lucie Saboudjian, Louvre des Antiquaires, Paris.

1989:          Peintres en Liberté, Galerie K’Art, Paris.

1993:          Auto Portrait de la Taille Douce, La Maison Mansart, Paris.

1996:          Des Chiens, Galerie Lefor Openo, Paris.

2000:          Vallda Galleri, Vallda, Sweden.

2004:          Second Biennial Dimensional Salon, The Society of Illustrators, New York.

2014:          Toi et Moi, Galerie Lefor Openo, Paris

2017:          HerStory online exhibition, Manhattan Arts International- won the The Bren Sibilsky “Cross Over” Award

2017:          Excellence in Fibers 2017- online gallery

2018:          Creative Quarterly 49-50 Spring/Summer winner

2018:          HerStory online exhibition, Manhattan Arts International- Award of excellence

2018:          “Our bond with Nature”, The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS

2019:          Galerie T Room, La Roche Guyon, France

2019:         “Small Expressions”2019- Handweavers Guild of America- traveling exhibition in the USA.

2019:          7th Oksébô biennial, Chateau de La Roche Guyon, France (installation duo with Nadja Laganza)

2020 :         The Healing Power of ART 2020 Exhibition- Award of Excellence

2020:          “Small Expressions”2020- Handweavers Guild of America- traveling exhibition in the USA. (starting in the summer)

2020:          American Illustrators Winner- online archive

 

 

Solo Shows:

1986:          The Enchanted Forest, New York.

1988:          Galerie Telford, Paris.

1992:          Galerie K’Art, Paris.

1995:          Universidad de Costa Rica, Escuela de Bellas Artes, San José, Costa Rica.

1995:          Galerie K’Art, Paris.

1997 :         WICE Artspace, Paris.

2018:          Fusion Arts Spotlight Solo Exhibition 3D artist for July

2020:         Galerie T Room, La Roche-Guyon, France

 

 

Illustrated Books:

 

1998:          Une petite fille sage comme un orage, (Alain Serres, auteur) Rue du Monde.

2004:          Le monde est si grand, (Alain Serres, auteur), Rue du Monde.

2018:          Currently working on a children’s book project with Swedish author Susanne Marko, to be published in 2020.