Marte Newcombe

Marte Newcombe graduated from the University of Tasmania, Australia in 1970 with a B.A. and a graduate diploma in education. She taught French and German for ten years in Australia, Hong Kong and Papua New Guinea.

In 1985 she graduated with a BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C. She has taught at the Corcoran in Printmaking, Computer Graphics and the Fine Arts Core program.

Since 1999 she has been teaching Digital Art at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. She began to work in the Scientific Visualization Studio at NASA Goddard in 1998. Subsequently she continues to be employed by SVS two days per week as a graphic artist and animator. Since 1985, Marte Newcombe has exhibited her sculptures, drawings, prints and digital work at hundreds of exhibitions throughout the USA and Russia.

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

1996 “Prints and Sculptures”, Covington and Burling, Washington D.C.
1989 “New Works”, Arnold and Porter, Washington D.C.
1988 “Prints and Drawings”, Fairfax County Council of the Arts, Art in Public Places Program, Fairfax County Judicial Center, Virginia
1988 “All the King’s Men, Prints and Sculptures”, Walker Ursitti McGinniss Gallery, Washington D.C.
1988 “All the King’s Men, Prints and Sculptures”, Walker Ursitti and McGinniss Gallery, New York, NY
1987 “Prints and Sculptures”, Capital Gallery, Landover, Maryland
1987 “Prints and Sculptures”, Concert Gallery, Dumbarton, Washington, D.C.
1987 “Out of the Alley, Prints and Sculptures,” Walker Ursitti and McGinniss Gallery, Washington D.C.
1986 “Alley Wishes, Prints and Sculptures”, Walker Ursitti and McGinniss Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1985 “New Talent”, Baumgartner Galleries Inc., Washington, D.C.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2005-2007 “Hechinger Tools in Motion”, touring exhibition
Lancaster Museum of Art, Pennsylvania; September 2005- November 2005
Museum of Texas Tech University, Texas, November 2005- March 2006
Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art, April 2006 – May 2006 Marianna Kistler Beach
Museum of Art at Kansas State University, Kansas, June 2006- August 2006
Massillon Museum, Massillon, Ohio, January 2007 – April 2007
Kresge Art Museum; Sept 06- Nov. 06
Plains Art Museum in Fargo, North Dakota; May 2007- July 2007
2006
Graphite 2006, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia
2D Art Gallery, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference, Boston, Massachusetts
Walsh Gallery, Georgetown University Faculty Exhibition, Washington D.C.
2004-2006 “International Digital Art 2005”
Queensland Art Museum
Margaret Lawrence Gallery, VCA, Melbourne, Victoria
Academy Gallery, University of Tasmania
2005
Electronic Theatre, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference,Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California 2004
Animation Theatre, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference, Los Angeles, San Antonio, San Diego
2D Art Gallery, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference Art Gallery, Los Angeles, San Antonio, California 2003
“Art From Science”, Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, MD
2D Art Gallery, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference Art Gallery, San Diego, California
Animation Theater, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference Art Gallery, San Diego, California
2002
“Art From Science” NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland
2D Art Gallery, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference, Art Gallery, San Antonio, Texas
“Art From Science”, Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, Riverdale MD.
“Opposites,” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Animation Theater, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference,Art Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“Digital Art Salon”, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Riverdale, Maryland
2001
Animation Theatre, SIGGRAPH International Computer and Animation Conference, Los Angeles, California
1999
“New Media”, Shepherd State College, West Virginia
1998
“Collaborations”, The Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington D.C.
“Murder”, Invitational International Touring Print Exhibition, by the University of Kansas
“Crossing Over, Changing Places”, The Center Gallery & Fine Arts Gallery, George Mason University, Virginia
1997
“Crossing Over”, The Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington D.C.
“New Photography Exhibition”, Millard Sheets Gallery, Pomona, California
“Insight,” The ARTscene Gallery, Washington D.C.
“All Elvis Show”, Appleton Art Center, Appleton, Wisconsin
“Printmaking Ten Year Retrospective”, Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington D.C.
“Digital Art: The Next Wave”, IAC Contemporary Art/ Fisher Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
Print Show, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
“Small Works”, Touchstone Gallery, Washington D.C.
“A Breath of Fresh Air”, An Invitational Exhibition, Washington Printmakers’ Gallery, Washington D.C.
1996
“Moscow Studio Prints: A Five Year Retrospective”, Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington D.C.
“Printmakers ’96”, University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Beyond Boundaries”, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California
“Print Matters”, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Faculty by the Faculty”, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
“16th Annual National Print Competition”, Artlink, Fort Wayne, Indiana
“National 96 Small Works Exhibition”, Schoharie Gallery, Cobeskill, NY
“Digital Elements”, University Gallery, St. John’s University, Jamaica, New York
“New Visions Culture and Agriculture”, New Visions Gallery Inc., Marshfield, Wisconsin
“The Great Garbage Binge Art Show: Sixth Annual”, Emerson Cultural Center, Montana; Pend-Oreille Arts Council, Idaho ,The Art Museum of Missoula, Missouri
“Print Art”, Bell Atlantic Gallery, NOVA, Virginia
1995
” Arts 901″ the Quadrangle Development Corp., Washington D.C.
“The Tenth Mini Print International Exhibition”, Phoenix Gallery, Hartwick College Museum, Oneota, Arizona
“Creative Alliance Annual Exhibition”, Halcyon Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
“The Moscow Studio Print Show”, Hood College, Maryland
“Time Span, the Fourth Dimension in Art”, Irving Arts Center, Dallas, Texas
“State of the Art”, State of the Art Gallery, Ithaca, New York
“All Mixed Up: A Mixed Media Exhibition”, Sawtooth Building Galleries, Winston Salem, NC 1995″Works on Paper”, Michelle D.Long Gallery, Coppell, Texas
“Second Corcoran Alumni Hemicycle Exhibition”, The Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington D.C.
“Artists’ Books”, The Ganser Library Art Gallery, Millersville, Pennsylvania
“19th National Print Exhibition”, The Schenectady Museum, Schenectady, New York
“Woman to Woman, a Multi-Media National Exhibition of Female Artists”, Soho Gallery, Pensacola, Florida
National Juried Show, Gallery 57, Fullerton, California
“Third Annual National Juried Exhibition”, Resurgam Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
1994
National Juried Visual Arts Competition, The Art Guild, Farmington, Connecticut
“Information Superhighway”, The Downey Museum of Art, Downey, California
“Emerging Print Media”, Halcion Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
1993
“Fine Prints”, The Washington Printmakers Gallery, Washington D.C.
“Moscow Studio Prints”, Portland State University, Portland Oregon
“Moscow Studio Prints”, Moscow Studio, Gogolovsky Blvd., Moscow, Russia
“Open Exhibition 1992”, Fairfax County Council for the Arts, NOVA Virginia
1991
Senesjh Group Exhibition, The Russian Academy of Fine Art, Moscow, Russia
3rd Biennial International Print Exhibition, The Somerstown Gallery, Somers, New York
1990
“Tools as Art: An Invitational”, Brody’s Gallery, Washington D.C.
“Prints and Drawings”, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia
“17th Annual Boston Printmakers’ Show”, Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA
“Pastels 90”, Fifth National Juried Exhibition, Midwest Pastel Society, Chicago, Illinois
1989
“Crossroads: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture from the International Community”,Washington Square, Washington D.C.
25th Annual Juried Exhibition, Academy of Fine Arts, Easton, Maryland
“Shades of Pastel 89”, John Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
“41st North American Print Exhibition”, Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA
1988
Open Exhibition 1988, Fairfax County Judiciary Center, Fairfax, Virginia
“NOVA Prints 88”, Northern Virginia Community College, Virginia
Open Studio Site Sculpture, Washington Project for the Arts, Great Falls, Virginia
24th Annual Juried Show, Academy of the Arts, Easton, Maryland
1987
“Sculpture 87”, Washington Square, Washington, D.C.
“Nova Prints 87”, Northern Virginia Community College, Virginia
1986
“Seventh Annual Art Show”, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.
World Bank Art Show, The World Bank Gallery, Washington D.C.
“Nova Prints 86”, Northern Virginia Community College, Virginia.
Three Rivers Art Festival, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Indoor Sculpture
“National Small Works Competition”, Cobleskill, New York
“The 38th North American Print Exhibition”, The De Corda Museum, Boston, MA
“Water: The Nexus for Art, Man, Bird, Beast and Plant”, Audobon Society, Maryland.
1985
“The Printed Image Tour”, University of Maryland, Montpelier Cultural Arts Community, Prince Georges County, Maryland
County Administration Building, Catonsville College and Bowie State College, MD
“First Annual Small Works Competition”, Kenneth Taylor Galleries, Nantucket Island, MA
“Sculpture in the Garden Environment”, Audobon Society, Chevy Chase, Maryland

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2006 SIGGRAPH 2006 Art and Animation Catalogue
2005 SIGGRAPH 2005 Art and Animation Catalogue
2004 SIGGRAPH 2003 Art and Animation Catalogue
2003 SIGGRAPH 2003 Art and Animation Catalogue
2002 “Earth Zoom”, published by Optical Toys
2002 SIGGRAPH 2002 Art and Animation Catalogue
2002 “Computer Graphics World”, August issue
2001 SIGGRAPH 2002 Art and Animation Catalogue
1999 Front cover artwork “Messaging Magazine”, January-February issue
1998 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA, published poster on Evolution of El Niño
1997-98 National Geographic Society, designed splash page and buttons for NGS website
“Best of Printmaking: An International Collection”, Rockport Publishers Inc.
1997 “Messaging Magazine”, front cover artwork, September-October issue
1996 “Kalliope, a Journal of Women’s Art”, featured visual artist
1996 “American Veteran’s Magazine”, front cover artwork, premier issue
1996 “Messaging Magazine”, front cover artwork, May-June issue, October-Nov. issue, March-April issue
1995 “Tools as Art, The John Hechinger Collection”, publisher Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
1995 “20th Century Design”, Alexander Lavrientiev, Moscow Russia