Everett with Chisel



  • University of Southern California, Architecture and Sculpture 1931-1933
  • Chouinard Art School, Los Angeles, summer 1932
  • Harvard School of Architecture, summer 1933
  • American Academy of Art, Rome, Italy 1937-38
  • Yale School of Fine Arts, Yale University, B.F.A., Sculpture 1937

Teaching & Employment

  • Carnegie Institute of Technology, School of Art, Teaching Fellow, 1939
  • Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, School of Art, Assistant Instructor, 1939-42
  • Marine draftsman and loftsman, Sausalito Shipbuilding Corporation, California 1942-45
  • University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, School of Art
    • Instructor: 1945-47
    • Assistant Professor: 1947-54
    • Associate Professor: 1954-60
    • Full Professor 1960-82
    • Professor Emeritus and Chairman of Sculpture Division 1982-1995


  • Elected:
    • Fellow of the NATIONAL SCULPTURE SOCIETY, New York City
    • N.A. National Academy of Design, New York City
  • Seattle Municipal Art Commission, 1958-63
  • Allied Arts, Vice President and board member, 1954-5
  • Northwest Institute of Sculpture, Chairman 1957
  • Artists Equity Association (Board Seattle Chapter)
  • Puget Sound Northwest Painters Group (board member)
  • Northwest Stone Sculptors Association, Seattle, Board of Directors 1989-


  • Clara Kimball English Travelling Fellowship (for "St. George" 1937) - Yale
  • Louis Comfort Tiffany Fellowship 1935-36 (for "Nirvana") - Yale
  • 1936 and 1938 "Prix de Rome" First Honorable Mentions
  • Saltus Gold Medal for Excellence in Sculpture N. A. D., N.Y.C., 1954
  • Arts and Crafts Fair, Bellevue, WA. - first prize for sculpture, 1957
  • Research grant for creative sculpture, University of Washington, 1953-54
  • University of Washington Graduate grants for travel in Europe and research in Florence, Italy 1963-64

One-Man Shows

  • Prix de Rome, Grand Central Gallery, New York City, New York, 1935-37
  • St. Louis Museum Ann., 1939-42
  • Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington, l950
  • Henry Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 1952
  • White Whale Gallery, Gig Harbor, Washington, 1960
  • Frye Art Museum, Seattle, Washington, 1969
  • The Bon Marche Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 1970
  • National Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 1973
  • Fred Cole Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 1974
  • Pacific Lutheran University, Parkland, Washington, 1975
  • Blue Heron Gallery, Vashon Island, Washington, 1978
  • Washington Mutual Savings Bank, Seattle, Washington, 1979 and 1980
  • Frye Art Museum, Retrospective of Life's Work, Seattle, Washington, 1994
  • Martin-Zambito Gallery of Fine Art, Seattle, Washington, 1994 and 1999
  • Sisko Gallery, Northwest Master's of Sculpture, Seattle, Washington 2007
  • Sisko Gallery, Circle of Everett DuPen, Seattle, Washington, 2008

Local & Regional Exhibitions

  • Northwest Annual, Seattle Art Museum
  • Music and Art Foundation, Seattle, Washington
  • Henry Gallery Faculty Exhibitions, Seattle, Washington
  • Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington
  • Northwest Art and Crafts Fair, Bellevue, Washington
  • Northwest Institute of Sculpture - Seattle, Portland, Vancouver BC
  • Governor's Invitational, Olympia, Washington
  • University of Washington Faculty Show. University of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska
  • Fyre Art Museum
  • 13th Annual Edmonds Art Exhibition, Edmonds, Washington
  • Port Townsend Arts Festival, Port Townsend, Washington

National Exhibitions

  • Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia
  • Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, Michigan
  • National Academy of Design, New York City, World's Fair
  • Architectural League, New York City
  • Sculpture Center, New York City
  • Art U.S.A., New York City
  • "Main Streams of Art", Marietta College, Ohio
  • North American Sculpture Exhibition, Golden, Colorado
  • Allied Artists of America, New York City
  • National Sculpture Society Exhibition, New York City
  • St. Louis Art Association, St. Louis, Missouri
  • 11th Annual National Drawing & Sculpture Show, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas
  • Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin, Texas
  • Audubon Artists, New York City
  • San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California

Public Commissions

  • World War II Memorial Relief, Lincoln High School, Seattle
  • Electrical Engineering Building, University of Washington, Three Limestone Carvings, 1949
  • Medical Arts Building, Seattle, (2nd and Seneca) Fourteen Bronze Medallions
  • State Theater, Olympia and Evergreen Theater, Everett, WA, Plaster Sculpture
  • Faculty Club, University of Washington, Gold leaf wood carving
  • Seattle Public Library, Portrait Relief of Judge Rochester
  • University of Washington Health Sciences. Two portrait reliefs.
  • University of Washington graduate library. Bronze 3X size of Charles Odegaard, President of UW 1973
  • University of Washington crew house. Three portrait reliefs of crew coaches
  • University of Washington ROTC building. Portrait relief of John Paul Jones
  • Washington State Library, Olympia, pool with salmon and seagulls, Bronze 12"x4"
  • Boeing Company, Bronze portrait relief of William Boeing
  • Seattle Center, Fountain of Creation (DuPen Fountain) three large bronzes in fountain. North side of Key Arena, Created for the 1962 Worlds Fair,
  • Municipal Building, Seattle, Two Walnut screens, 6"x10"
  • City Hall, Aberdeen, Washington. Portrait bust of Mayor Lundgren
  • Dallas, Texas, 7557 Rambler Road- office building, Two life size figures, bronze, 11 feet
  • "Exuberance" 1982
  • Georgia Hotel, Vancouver, BC. Welded bronze screen, 3"x7"
  • Agnes Anderson Library, Edmonds, WA. 1983-84. "Diver", bronze

Private Commissions

  • Residence of John and Ann Hauberg, Seattle. Terra Cotta figure, 38"
  • Residence of John and Ann Hauberg, Seattle. Bronze Fountain figure, 5"
  • Residence of Dr. Nicholas Berman, Mercer Island, Washington, Walnut relief carving "Northwest Fishermen" 3" x 4"
  • Residence of Capt. R. E. Van Ness, Auburn, Washington, Oak carving, 2" x 3"
  • Residence of H. McKnight, Minneapolis. Door carving, 2" x 6"
  • Figure Head for boat of Thomas Wells, Seattle, 3" x 1" carving

Church Commissions

  • Annie Wright Seminary, Tacoma, Washington. Oak alter carving
  • St. Thomas Aquinas, Camas, Washington, Two plaster figures, 5"
  • St. John Lutheran Church, Seattle, Three Oak Carvings, 5" high
  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Mercer Island, Washington, Baptismal Font and Candlestick
  • St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, West Seattle, Plaster Chancel Wall Relief, 30" x 20", 1967
  • St John the Baptist Episcopal Church, West Seattle, Copper Ascension, 10" and mahogany baptismal font figure 1967
  • St. Pius X Catholic Church, Mountlake Terrace, Washington, Wood carving "Risen Christ" 1983
  • St. Stephens Episcopal Church, Longview, Washington, Mahogany carving, "St. Joseph and Mary", 3" High, 1985
  • St. Stephens Episcopal Church, Longview, Washington, Welded bronze St. Francis, 3" high 1985
  • St. Elizabeth Seton Church, Bothell, Washington, 6" wood carving, "Ascension", 1986
  • St, Elizabeth Seton Church, Bothell, Washington, "Madonna of the Rose", bronze, 1986
  • St. Marks Episcopal Cathedral, Seattle, Five walnut carvings in Bloedel Hall
  • Our Lady of Guadeloupe, West Seattle, Mahogany relief, "Virgin Mary"- 7" high
  • Visitation Center, Federal Way, Washington, Mahogany carving "Elizabeth and Mary" 5" high, 1990 (this has been moved to the east coast)
  • St. Stephens Episcopal Church, Seattle, Wood carving, Crucifix

Public Collections

  • National Academy of Design, New York City, Two Sculptures
  • Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company, Seattle, Two Sculptures
  • Washington Mutual Savings Bank, Seattle, Two Sculptures
  • Seattle Art Museum, Two Sculptures

Private Collections

  • 65 Sculptures in Private Collections