William Ivey

Born in 1919 in Seattle, Washington, William Ivey began his education in the arts at the Cornish School. After a brief stint in the army, Ivey enrolled at the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco, studying under Abstract Expressionist master Clyfford Still. Ivey received much success during his lifetime, earning a Ford Foundation Purchase Award in 1960 and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1962.

Selected Solo Exhibitions
1964 Seattle Art Museum
1966 Galerie Arnaud
1975 Seattle Art Museum
1989 Henry Art Gallery

Selected Group Exhibitions
1948 California Palace of the Legion of Honor
1948 Addison Gallery of American Art
2006 Pulliam Gallery
2011 Museum of Northwest Art
2012 Tacoma Art Museum
2012 Gordon Woodside Gallery
2013 Tacoma Art Museum
2013 Museum of Northwest Art

Selected Collections
Seattle Art Museum
Portland Art Museum
Museum of Northwest Art
Whatcom Museum

William Ivey, 1958, 27″ x 59″