Photo by Cherie Sandum.
Ted Waltz was born in Portland, Oregon, and graduated from the Pacific
Northwest College of Art, Portland, in 1970. He traveled in Europe and
was a student at the Psychopolis De Vrije Academie, The Hague,
Holland, in 1971 and 1972.
He was an instructor at the Pacific Northwest College of Art children's
classes from 1968 to 1974, and an instructor at the School of the Arts
and Crafts Society, Portland, from 1974 to 1976. He was Assistant
Gallery Coordinator, Hoffman Gallery, Arts and Crafts Society, in 1974
and 1975. During the same two year period he was co-owner and
director of the 24th Avenue Gallery in Portland. (See Gallery History.)
In 1976 Mr. Waltz relocated to Los Angeles with his wife, Carol Colin.
They jointly owned and directed Oranges/Sardines Gallery from 1978 to
1988. From 1988 to present he has been a self-employed artist.
Selected Solo Exhibitions:
Occidental College, Los Angeles
Oranges/Sardines Gallery, Los Angeles
Northview Gallery, Portland Community College, Portland, Oregon
Sally Judd Gallery, Portland
Mt. Hood Community College, Gresham, Oregon
Selected Group Exhibitions:
Occidental College, Los Angeles, California
Blackfish Gallery, Portland, Oregon
LACE, Los Angeles, California
Sally Judd Gallery, Portland, Oregon
Artists of Oregon, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
Northwest Annual, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington
University of Oregon Museum, Eugene, Oregon
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