originates from Chile. She holds an MFA from Vermont College, a BA in Psychology,
and a BFA in Painting from George Mason University. The founder, and one time
owner of a gallery in Washington D.C.. Olivos currently exhibits widely nationally
and internationally. She has beeen included in the 2003 Edition of Marquis's
Who's Who of American Women.
Her paintings have been featured in several publications including on the
cover of Coming Home by J. Pizarro, and on the cover of the CD, Octaves Beyond
Silence featuring Eve Ensler and Indigo Girls, a CD made to benefit women
survivors of violence in Rwanda, Bosnia & Afghanistan, She has been involved
in the local art community with various projects varying from working with
youth at risk to teaching at the Smithsonian Institution Resident Associates
Program, leading workshops in the community, to painting backdrops for scenery
for Teatro de La Luna. Claudia Olivos currently teaches at The Art League
School in Alexandria, and is faculty at the Art Institute of Washington; she
resides in Arlington, Virginia with her son Julian. She is a full time artist,
working with drawing, painting and collage/assemblage.
International Art Expo, New York NY.
Latinoamerica Desde America, Group Exhibit, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Curated and
Exhibited Mexican Cultural Institute, Teatro de la Luna, Washington DC.
Hospital Group Exhibit with Students, Washington DC.
- Fondo del
Sol, Group Exhibit , Washington DC.
Visions the Gallery, Solo Exhibit, Washington DC.
- Solo Exhibition.
Vermont College. Montpelier, Vermont
Martin Luther King Library. Washington D.C.
Artists of the New Millenium. International Group Exhibit. Baltimore, MD..
- Ningaloo Art
Exhibit and Sale. Arlington, VA..
- Chile in the
USA. Sponsored by Chilean Embassy: American Artist Museum. Washington D.C.
- Faculty Art
Show. Torpedo Factory: The Art League. Alexandria, VA..
Exposicion del Millenio, Martin Luther King Library, Wash. D.C. Group Exhibit.
- Latino Artists
in the Community, Montgomery County, MD. Group Exhibit.
- Open Studio
w/ Carlos Mendez. Fairfax, Virginia.
Por El Amor a Los Ninos, Pan American Health Org., Wash. D.C. Group Exhibit/Auction.
- National Conference
of Latino Lawyers, Baltimore, MD. Group Exhibit.
- Teatro Gala,
Voces Andinas. Washington D.C. Solo Exhibit.
- Nuestra America,
Martin Luther King, Washington D.C. Group Exhibit.
Manhattan Laundry Project: Washington D.C. Group Exhibit.
- Showcase Artists:
Latin America, Orlando, Florida. Solo Exhibit.
continuo - Oil/Canvas (30x42)