Helen O’Toole is a painter who lives in the USA and is originally from Ireland. While both countries influence her practice, her work primarily responds to the context of Ireland: its landscape, its history, and the collective traumas associated with that history. O’Toole has received many grants and awards, including a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship and a Pollock-Krasner Award. She has work has been displayed in private and public collections, including that of the Portland Art Museum in Oregon. She is a Professor of Art and Chair of the Painting and Drawing Program at the University of Washington, Seattle. This event will be held online and in person. Register for the online event at the link below.