Solo exhibition at Studio M, at the Massillon Museum of Art, Massillon, OH

Accepted into the historical Artist Lab at Rokeby Museum, Ferrisburgh, VT



‘Transumanza: Massillon, and Ohio’ solo exhibition at Studio M, Massillon Museum of Art, Massillon, OH


'Appalachia : An Abstraction,' at Western Carolina University School of Design. Cullowhee, NC


'Walking and Talking,' at Black Lab Gallery, Everett, WA 

SUNY Monroe College,Rochester, NY. Visiting Artist, Mural painting, Rochester, NY  

'FAR WEST,' solo show and installation at studio e Gallery, Seattle, WA 

Solo Show, National Competition Winner 'The Art of IvySide,' PENN State University, Misciagna Center For the Performing Arts, McLanahan Gallery, Altoona, PA


'A Way of Saying,' State University New York, SUNY Mercer Gallery at The Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY 


'The Lure of Ore,' Gallery I.M.A, Seattle, WA 


'Up in the Air,' Tria Gallery, New York, NY  

'3 Wheels Broke,' Fetherston Gallery, Seattle, WA 


'The Ghostwriter,' Fetherston Gallery, Seattle, WA 


'Circus for Mice,' Gallery 6311, Seattle, WA 


Gallery 070, Vashon Island, WA 

Victrola, Seattle, WA 

Gallery 6311, Seattle, WA


Orcas Island Cultural Center, Orcas Island, WA 

Gallery 110, Seattle, WA


Viveza Gallery, Seattle, WA 

RC Gallery, Portland, OR 


Helen S. Smith Gallery, Green River College, Auburn, WA 


Atelier 31, Seattle, WA 


Fireplace Gallery, Mount Hood Community College, Gresham, OR

'Big Talk,'  installation with Andree Carter at Gallery 6311, Seattle, WA 


Atelier 31, Kirkland, WA

Selected Group Shows


‘Blue’ International Art Competition. SITE Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY. Juried by Marcia E. Vetrocq, adjunct professor at Columbia University, and on faculty of Pratt’s MFA program. Writer for Art in America, and the Brooklyn Rail.

‘Visual Thinking-Drawing Exhibition,’ International Drawing Competition. Ronald Barr Gallery, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, IN


The Really Affordable Art Show, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Brooklyn, NY. Juror: Brinda Kumar, Assistant Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

'Painters Who F*****g Know How to Paint.' Curated by Kate Vrijmoet, Kate Sweeney, and Amanda Hood. At the Center On Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA


Four persons show at Conartist Collective, NYC, NY


'Main Street Arts,' at Main Street Arts Gallery. Curated by Bradley Butler, Gallery Director. Clifton Springs, NY

'American Painting Today,' curated by Matthew Offenbacher, V2 Space, Seattle, WA

'Environs,' Occasional Gallery, Burlington, WA 

'Yellow,'  studio e Gallery, Seattle, WA


'Mrs Goldberg: A Curated Life,' Kirkland Art Center, Kirkland, WA

'SEA_City Hall Flight Path,' Seattle City Hall and Anne Focke Gallery, Seattle, WA


Gallery IMA, Seattle, WA 

Johnston Architects, Seattle, WA  

10x10x10 Tieton. Leary Way Gallery, Seattle, WA 

Fetherston Gallery, Seattle, WA 


Touring Exhibit Anonymous Drawings Eindhoven, Berlin, Germany, Arhus, Denmark, the Netherlands

'The new Fauves,' Tria Gallery, New York, NY 

Group Show at the Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, MT  

Fetherston Gallery, Seattle, WA


Affordable Art Fair, Seattle, WA 

Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY 

Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA 

Seattle Art Museum Taste, Seattle, WA


Seattle Art Museum Gallery, ‘Introductions 2011,' Seattle, WA 


'Little Treasures,' Galleria De’ Marchi, Bologna, Italy

'Drum of the Draw', drawing invitational, Grey Gallery, Seattle, WA 

ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery, Seattle, WA


Biennale di Firenze, Florence, Italy 

'Return to Departure,' Kirkland Art Center, Kirkland, WA 


Pacific Northwest Art Annual, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 

'What does Compassion Look Like,' Friesen Gallery, Seattle, WA 

COCA Painting Marathon and Auction, Seattle, WA 

Awards and Honors


Solo Exhibition at The Massillon Art Museum, Massillon, OH

Accepted into the historical Artist Lab at Rokeby Museum, Ferrisburgh, VT

Artist in Residence Art & History Museums, Maitland, FL

‘Visual Thinking-Drawing Exhibition,’ International Drawing Competition. Ronald Barr Gallery, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, IN


Artist in Residence Conartist Collective, NYC, NY


Winner National Juried Art Competition ’The Art of Ivyside,' solo show at Penn State, Altoona, PA

Artist in Residence, SUNY Monroe College, Rochester, NY. Installation of permanent mural in the Music and Arts Department


Full Fellowship/Residency at Willapa AIR, Willapa Bay, WA

Full Fellowship/Residency at La Playa, Summer Lake, OR


Studio Visit magazine Competition. Juror: Trevor Richardson, Director of the Herter Art Gallery at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. Open Studio Press. 

10x10x10 Tieton. Juror: Vicki Halper, Curator of Contemporary Art of the Pacific Northwest and American crafts. 


Full Fellowship/Residency at North Dakota Museum Of Art/Rural Arts Initiative, McCanna House, Grand Forks, ND 

Partial Grants/Residencies at the Vermont Studio Center,  Johnson, VT (2014, '13, ’11, ’09)


Residency at BAU Institute, Otranto, Italy


Residency at Starry Night Center, Truth or Consequences, NM


'Little Treasures,' Galleria De’ Marchi, Bologna, Italy


'Return to Departure,' national competition group show, Kirkland Art Center, Kirkland, WA. 

Residency at the Wasard Elia Center, Ascea, Italy

Invitational to the Biennale di Firenze, Italy. Director: Stefano Francolini 

Selected Workshops, Lectures, Juror


Workshop ‘Personal Histories: an Abstraction,’ at the Maitland Art and History Museum, Maitland, FL.

Lecture ‘Of Residencies, Abstraction, and History’, at the Maitland Art and History Museum, Education Department, Maitland FL.


Visual Arts Juror for Willapa AIR Residencies

Lecturer at the Langone Medical Center, for the Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Family Support Program. NYU Langone Health, and School of Medicine, New York, NY


Visiting artist at Western Carolina University, School of Arts and Design. Cullowhee, NC

Lecture 'Of Abstractions and Colors,' Western Carolina University School of Design. Cullowhee, NC


Visual Arts Juror for the Willapa AIR Residency, Willapa, WA.


'Of Residencies, Abstraction, and History,' lecture for the Women Painters of WA Lecture Series, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA

SUNY Monroe College, Rochester, NY. Workshops and lecture with students of Art Department. 


Public collections: Microsoft Art Collection, Kirkland Campus, Kirkland, WA; Seattle University, Seattle; Group Health Headquarters, Seattle, WA; Group Health, Tukwila Medical Center, Tukwila, WA; Maitland Art and History Museum, Maitland, FL. Works in private collections in US and Europe.


SCCC, Chemistry, Chemistry, Seattle, WA.

University de Liege, Faculte de Chimie, Liege, Belgium. 

Institut de Chimie, Liege, Belgium. 


'Carole d’Inverno: Down to its Barest', by Etty Yaniv, for ArtSpiel. 


'Painters Who Know How to Fucking Paint', catalog curated by Kate Sweeney and Kate Vrijmoet, for CoCA (Center on Contemporary Art). Published by Lulu Press, Seattle, WA. June 2018.

'Under the Radar', Vasari21 by Ann Landi, art critic for Vasari21, Wall Street Journal, and Art News. 


'Breaking Mountains', by Noelani Kirschner. The American Scholar, May 2018. 


Visual Art Source www.visualartsource.com. Spring Salons in Seattle Editors’ Roundtable Column by Matthew Kangas

Studio Press. Studio Visit magazine Volume 25, page 58, 59. Juror: Trevor Richardson, director of the Herter Art Gallery at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. 

Carole d'Inverno FAR WEST Self Published catalog, with forward by Elena Deem PHD, 2015

Carole d’Inverno at the Vermont Studio Center: Interview on Tumblr.com

Constellation 617, Interviews with Creative People, Interview on line at www.constellation617.com

‘3 Wheels Broke: recent paintings’, self-published catalogue, 2011.

‘Biennale dell’Arte Contemporanea’, Catalogue, Settima Edizione, 2009. 

‘Carole d’Inverno: Recent Paintings’ self-published catalogue, 2009. 

‘Artists Flock Here, but For How Long?’ by Michael Harthorne, for the Ballard News-Tribune, September, 2008. 

‘d’Inverno Painterly Paintings’, Terry Johnson, Professor of the Arts (ret.), Cornish College of the Arts. Orcas Sounder News, June 2006.

‘Respite from the Cold and the Gray in Belltown,’ Matthew Kangas. In the Seattle Times Friday, December 5, 2003. 

‘Big Talk’ by Judy Wagonfeld at Digital City. October 2002.

‘Faces in the Crowd’ by Dee Axelrod in The Bainbridge Review, Sat. October 12, 2002. 

‘Exibition’ magazine published by the Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities Council. Summer/fall 2001. 

‘Carole d’Inverno: Recent Paintings,’ by Ted Lindberg in Preview, The Gallery Guide September/October 1999.

ArtisSpectrum Catalogue. ‘In Focus’ pg.40. Published in New York City, Vol. 11-5, 1999.