Bainbridge Island, Washington

Lone Pine Farm & Studio's 2017 Artists-in-Residence

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Jessica Dolence

July 23 - 29, 2017

JESSICA DOLENCE is a Seattle based artist and designer. She received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and BFA in Intermedia at The Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. Dolence has exhibited nationally, internationally in Iceland and Korea, and regionally at SOIL Gallery and Interstitial Theatre. Electric Objects has commissioned 3 animated wallpaper collections and her work is exhibited in Cybewtwee Headquarters, a VR/AR group installation. Her work considers digital décor, CyberFeminism, and historical ornamentation through virtual settings and 3D fiber works.



Rachael Lang & Sara Long

August 10 - 13, 2017


RACHAEL LANG is a Seattle-based visual artist. She was raised in a creative home in Western Massachusetts and studied fine art and photography at the Evergreen State College. She has exhibiting her work in a number of galleries and spaces on the West Coast. Starting from a mainly photographic background, her work now incorporates video, mixed media, and installation.


SARA LONG works and lives in Seattle, Washington. She was born and raised deep in the Redwood forest of Humboldt County. She received her BFA in Painting and Drawing from the UW in 2008 and later opened Blindfold Gallery, a small gallery on Capitol Hill that focused on showing painting and sculpture. She is currently working on a series of narrative self portraiture.

Killeen Hanson

August 13 - 19, 2017

KILLEEN HANSON is the founder of Sobremesa Reading Club, a regular discussion and dinner series framed around an evolving library of articles, media, and art. She is a graduate of Stanford University, with a BA in English, and in 2012 she earned her MFA in Applied Craft and Design from Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) and Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC). Based in Portland, OR, Hanson works with curators and faculty researchers to develop funding and operational plans for exhibitions, programs, and interdisciplinary partnerships between the arts and sciences. She also teaches interviewing for radio and film at NW Documentary, and freelances as a thought partner and content strategist.

Mark Baker & Shelby Newport

August 20 - 26, 2017

MARK BAKER is a Michigan based designer and artist. His current studio combines his experiences as an exhibition designer, sculptor, photographer, art director, fabricator, furniture designer, and carpenter. He worked as the Head Preparator and Exhibition Designer at Cranbrook Art Museum (Bloomfield Hills, MI) from 2011-2017. He received his Master of Fine Arts in 3D Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and completed his undergraduate studies in studio art & art history at Cornell College. Mark has worked professionally for local and national clients as an exhibition maker, fabricator, and art handler. His exhibition designs have been seen in Michigan, New York, Florida, and Iowa, and his studio work has been exhibited at several venues including the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York, and a forthcoming exhibition at Open House Contemporary in Chicago. In addition to his studio practice, Mark regularly consults with museums and institutions including the Sloan Museum (Flint, MI), Grand Rapids Art Museum (Grand Rapids, MI) and the University of Michigan-Flint (Flint, MI).

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SHELBY NEWPORT is a professional costume and makeup designer for theatre and film. She is currently the chair of the Department of Theatre & Dance at the University of Michigan-Flint, where she specializes in production design and international education. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Costume Design from Purdue University, and completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell College. Her designs have been seen regionally at various theatres including Purple Rose Theatre (Chelsea, MI), Flint Youth Theatre (Flint, MI), St. Croix Festival Theatre (St. Croix Falls, WI), and Tipping Point Theatre (Northville, MI). Her work has also been presented at the Turner Contemporary Museum in Margate, England and at the London Stratford Circus Arts Centre. Her film design work includes the 2009 and 2010 opening teasers for the Indianapolis 500, produced by ESPN and aired on ABC.

Danielle Mericle

September 3 - 9, 2017

DANIELLE MERICLE was born in Tucson, Arizona in 1975 and is currently based in Eugene, Oregon. Her work ponders the complex relationship between history, knowledge, and power, and has been exhibited at venues such as White Columns, NYC, The Columbus Museum of Art, Georgia, and the International Center for Photography in New York City. Mericle is the author of Seneca Ghosts, noted by Alec Soth as one of the top-10 photography books of 2008. Her last book project, Archive, intertwines photographs shot at various sites in Peru, including a worker's strike, an archaeological dig, and the Peruvian National Archives. Archive was included among a tightly curated selection of artists books exhibited at the 2013 ICP Triennial. Mericle is co-founder of A-Jump Books, a publishing company which specializes in small-run photography books.

Tyler Peterson

September 10 - 16, 2017

TYLER PETERSON is a natural dyer and textile enthusiast. He is a graduate from the Applied Craft + Design MFA in Portland, Oregon. A long fascination with his Japanese and European heritage has led to work that explores the in-between spaces of identity, memory, and tradition. Peterson utilizes a mixture of historical and contemporary processes and a variety of mediums including fibers, natural dyes, paper-making, printmaking and more in an attempt to make sense out of the cacophony that is the globalized melting pot.

Pulp & Deckle

September 17 - 23, 2017

JENN WOODWARD and GARY A. HANSON are the creative force behind PULP & DECKLE, a Portland, OR based community hand papermaking studio that offers workshops, demos, custom orders and an artist residency program in partnership with the non-profit organization, c3:initiative. Jenn has a background focused on drawing and papermaking, and is currently exploring the relationship between local and sustainable materials and the themes of empathy, identity and mindfulness in her art practice. When he's not making paper, or whipping the administrative/technology side of the studio into shape, you can find Gary making audio magic with his podcast series, I'll Have a Beer and Talk, a show about tech news, culture, weird animal stories and of course, beer.

Holcombe Waller

September 24 - 30, 2017

HOLCOMBE WALLER is one of America's most unique voices in music theater. He is a 2011 United States Artists Berresford Fellow in Music, an award which noted his mournful, folk-inflected style as well as his approach to music "as total theater." He is a Creative Capital artist, a three-time recipient of the MAP Fund grant, and a Joan Shipley Fellow of the Regional Arts and Culture Council of his hometown of Portland, Oregon. Waller has been presented and commissioned by Under the Radar Festival at the New York Public Theater, On the Boards, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Centre Pompidou, Fusebox Festival, PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, and many others. Waller's collaboration with choreography includes work with Joe Goode Performance Group (SF), Zoe|Juniper (Seattle), and Miguel Gutierrez, and his film score work includes music for the Sundance-premiered documentary, We Were Here. He has also appeared as an actor in multiple films by artist Ryan Trecartin. In addition to his interdisciplinary work, he has self-released five albums on his own label, Napoleon Records.