Jessica McCoy

Associate Professor of Art

With Pitzer Since: 2006
Field Group: Art
Campus Address: Atherton Hall 105
Phone: 909.607.8643
Email: jessica_mccoy@pitzer.edu
Office Hours: Contact Professor for details

Educational Background

BS, MA, MFA, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Selected Exhibitions

“Neighborhood Portrait: Reconstructed,” 16 mosaic murals on permanent public display at the Expo/Vermont Station of the Metro Expo light-rail line, Los Angeles, CA, April 2012-ongoing.

New Local Artists, Square i Gallery, Claremont, CA, March-April 2012.

Solo Exhibition, Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff, AZ, January-March 2012.

“Dianne” and “Nightmare,” Biennial Figurative Painting Exhibition, Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, TX, September-November 2011.

“Rutilus Intantia,” California Watercolor Association 42nd National Exhibition, Marin Art and Garden Center, Marin, CA, July-October 2011.

“Bathroom II,” California Open, TAG Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, August-September 2011.

“386 Jackson Street,” Tallahassee International Exhibition, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL, August-November 2011.

Bathroom I and 2021 San Jose Ave, “SCORE”, Viva Art Center, Sherman Oaks, California, 2010.

Bathroom II, “Nudes in the 21st Century”, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR, 2010. Infantulae (vestio roseum), “National Watercolor Society 2010,” NWS Gallery, San Pedro, CA, 2010.

2021 San Jose Ave, “In Search of People,” Mills Pond House Gallery, St. James, NY, 2010.

Infantulae (vestio roseum), “National Watercolor Society 2010″, NWS Gallery, San Pedro, California, 2010.

l Watercolor Society 2010”, NWS Gallery, San Pedro, California, 2010.

Infantulae (vestio roseum), “CWA 41st National Exhibition”, Presidio Officers Club Exhibition Hall, San Francisco, California, 2010.

386 Jackson Street and Frenchies, “Art of Our Century”, Woodbury Art Museum, Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah, 2010.

Selected Awards and Honors

First place for Bathroom II, “Nudes in the 21st Century competition,” Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR, 2010.

Professor McCoy was awarded the artist contract for the Metro Expo Line Vermont Station by Los Angeles County.

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