Lin McJunkin

(360) 941-6742


Public Art Commissions:

2017  City of Lynnwood, WA – Steel and glass sculpture with Milo White (in process)

2016  City of Langley, WA – Steel and glass archway with Milo White (in process)

2014  People’s Choice Purchase Award, City of Auburn, WA,

2014  Purchase Award, Town of La Conner, WA

2011  WA State Dept. of Ecology, Lacey, WA

2011  Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Sequim, WA

2011  Cardiology Dept., Skagit Valley Hospital, Mt. Vernon, WA   

2011  SW Regional Planned Parenthood, Eugene, OR

2008  Skagit Valley Hospital, Mt. Vernon, WA

2008  with Christie Houston, Skagit Valley Hospital, Mt. Vernon, WA



2015 Tucson, AZ, Jewish Community Center Sculpture Garden Exhibition

2014 Lake Oswego, OR: Gallery Without Walls, 2014-16 and Studio to Sidewalk Demo

2014 Des Moines, WA: Art on Poverty Bay

2014 Shoreline, WA Sculpture Stroll

2013 Mt. Vernon, WA: Shunpike/Storefronts Project

2013 Olympia, WA: Percival Plinth Project

2013 San Juan Island, WA Sculpture Park Installation (Roche Harbor)

2013 Coeur d’Alene, ID Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

2013 Des Moines, WA  Art on Poverty Bay Sculpture Exhibit

2013 Anacortes, WA  Art on the Ave Sculpture Exhibit

2013 Shoreline, WA  Sculpture Stroll and City Hall Lobby

2012 Auburn, WA Sculpture Walk

2012 Kruckeberg Gardens, Shoreline, WA

2012 Shoreline, WA Sculpture Stroll 2012-13.

2012 Gig Harbor, WA Inaugural Sculpture Walk

2012 La Conner, WA Sculpture Walk

2011 La Conner, WA Sculpture Walk

2011 WA State Dept. of Ecology, Lacey, WA

2009 Anacortes, WA Art on the Ave

2009 Pt. Angeles, WA, Fine Arts Center: Art Outside

2008 Pt. Angeles, WA, Fine Arts Center: Art Outside

Selected solo exhibitions (since 2000 only):

2016  GBD Architects, Portland, Oregon  (First Friday Art Party, March)

2011 “Abiding,” ArtsNow Gallery, Edmonds Conference Center, Edmonds WA  (with painter Cheryl Richey)

2011 “A Profusion of Glass,” Scott Milo Gallery, Anacortes, WA

2006 “Domestic Disturbances,” The Other Roadside Attraction Gallery,                      Mt. Vernon, WA

2002 “Awareness Altered,” Gloria Runnings Gallery at Arts/West, Seattle, Washington

2001 “With Paradoxical Intent,” Triad Gallery, Newport, Oregon


Selected group exhibitions  – juried (since 2004 only):

 2015  “Disruption,” Grounds for Sculpture, International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ (October)

2015   “Group Show,” University of WA Medical Center, NW Designer Craftsmen

2015  “Narrating Earth,” Burien, WA, Art Center, with painter Ann Vandervelde & poet Anne McDuffie (April)

2015  “3rd Clay and Glass Biennial,” Brea, CA

2015  “Six Journeys,” Karla Matzke Fine Art Gallery, Camano Island, WA

2014  “International Emergents,”  Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD

2014  “Fire and Water,” Lake Oswego, OR, Festival of the Arts

2014  “July Glass Invitational,” MUSEO Gallery, Langley, WA

2014 “Nature Unbalanced: a collaborative art exhibit,” Orcas, WA Art Center – with painter Ann Vandervelde and poet  Anne McDuffie

2014 “6 NW Designer Craftsmen Celebrate @ 60,” Anchor Art Space, Anacortes, WA.  Mixed media show.

2014 “Tangible Evidence,” Schack Art Center, Everett, WA

2013 “Objectification 6,” Smith and Vallee, Edison, WA

2013 “Arts at the Port,” Anacortes, WA

2013 “Art of the Garden,” Schack Art Center, Everett, WA

2013 “Vanishing Ice,” Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA

2013 “Summer Moments,” Karla Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park, Camano Island, WA

2012 “Northwest Designer Craftsmen, Guests,” Columbia City Gallery, Seattle, WA

2012 “Northwest Artists,” Karla Matzke Gallery & Sculpture Park, Camano Island, WA

2011 “18th Juried Art Show,” Schack Art Center, Everett, WA

2011 “Playing with Hot and Cold,” Karla Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, Camano, WA

2011 “Fate of the Forest,” Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA

2011 “Unveiling Climate Change.” WA State Dept. of Ecology, Lacey, WA

2010 “Postcards from the EDGE,” Seattle City Hall (Nov-Dec)

2010 “Grand Openers,” Seattle Design Center, Seattle, WA  (EAFA)

2010 “Wabi Sabi,” Scott Milo, Anacortes, Washington

2009 “Unclad 2008,” PromoteWorks, Stanwood, Washington

2008 “Local Artists Working in Far Away Places,” Gallery by the Bay, Stanwood, Washington

2007 “Cultural Connections,” Pegasus Gallery, Corvallis, Oregon

2004 “Transformed by Fire: Glass Today,” Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA



2015 Bullseye Projects, Portland, OR: Pate de verre coloration & mold-making techniques, Bonnie Celeste & Opie Hileman

2009 EDGE Professional Development Program, Artist Trust, Seattle, WA

2008- Bellingham, WA Technical College – sculptural glass and welding classes, Shirley Erickson

2007 Pilchuck Glass School, “Pate de Verre” fused glass and mold-making with Etsuko Nishi and Delores Taylor

2005-06 Art Sabbatical in Latin America, SE Asia and India

1998-2005 Bullseye Connection, Portland, Oregon -glass painting, fusing & casting workshops

1987-89 Camp Colton, Oregon – Boyce Lundstrom & Peter Wendel, fusing classes & apprenticeship

Monterey Institute of International Studies, California: MA Ed/Arts

UC Berkeley, California: BA Comparative Studies


2012 George McLean Project Grant, Seattle Metals Guild


2013 People’s Choice Purchase Award, City of Auburn, WA Downtown Sculpture Gallery

2011 People’s Choice Silver and  Jurors’ Honorable Mention, Schack Art Center,    Everett, WA

2010 People’s Choice Silver: Anacortes, WA – Art on the Ave


2012 Artsmith Visual Artists Residency, Orcas Island, WA

2009 – 11  Artist in Residence for the Mt. Vernon, WA School District

Invitational events:

2014 Pt. Angeles, WA, Fine Arts Center: Art Outside – 15th anniversary year

2012 Arts Alive! Fine Art Exhibit, La Conner, WA  (Nov)

2010 Spring Creek Project, Oregon State University,  “Dragonfly Eyes: Multiple Ways to Envision the Future”


Auctions – juried

2012  Artists Trust, Seattle, WA

2011 Pilchuck International Glass School, Seattle, WA



2014–   Pacific Rim Sculptors

2011-    Northwest Designers Craftsmen (juried, archived at University of WA)

2011 –    International Sculpture Center

2010–   Union of Concerned Scientists

2009–    WA State Arts Alliance

2004–   Artist Trust Member

2004-   International Glass Art Society (GAS) Member

2003-   Skagit Artists Together (SAT)- Co-founder & first president

2002-05 La Conner Arts Commission, Commissioner/President, La Conner, WA



“100 Northwest Artists,” E. Ashley Rooney, Schiffer Press, PA (December, 2013)

“The Scientific Artist,” The Skagit Valley Herald, (April 17, 2013)

“The Anniversary Gift,” HealthQuest, Mt. Vernon, WA   (Spring, 2013)

“Sandy Hook Memorial,” Stanwood/Camano News (March 5, 2013)

“NW Designer Craftsmen at Maude Kern Art Center,” Oregon Public Broadcasting Review, KLCC 89.7 archived  (06/20/12)

“McJunkin Installs First Artwork in Gig Harbor’s Outdoor Sculpture Gallery,”  Gig Harbor Life, May 30,2012.

“‘Healing Skagit’ artwork brings beauty to hospital exterior,” HealthQuest, Mt. Vernon, WA (Winter 2009)

“Lively La Conner Arts,” Artisan Northwest, Seattle, WA (Spring, 2006)

“War: The Crimson Carnival,” Peace Art, Tracy Powell CD, La Conner, WA (5/07)

“Transformed by Fire: Glass Today,” CD by Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA (9/04)

“McJunkin Glass Gallery Featured in Skagit Studio Tour,” Skagit Valley Herald, Mt. Vernon, WA (7/14/04)

“Glass Artist Leads Art Walk Through La Conner,” Seattle Times, Seattle, WA (6/04)

“Sequim artist seeks peaceful solutions,” Sequim Gazette, Sequim, WA (9/11/02)

“Breaking glass barriers,” Peninsula Daily News, Pt. Angeles, WA (3/3/02)

“Glass and metal create unified visual statements,” News Times, Newport OR (9/7/01)

“Artist’s journey through life reflects in her glass,” Sequim Gazette, Sequim WA (7/19/00)


Gallery Representation:

Karla Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park, Camano Island, WA

Museum of Northwest Art, Store Gallery, La Conner, WA

Schack Art Center, Everett, WA

Scott Milo Gallery, Anacortes, Washington


Private and public commissions accepted


Private collections

Lin’s work is held in numerous collections around the world, including the US, Canada, Latin America, Europe, South Africa, and most recently, China and Singapore.


References – upon request

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