Current

Our Changing Seas II: An Atlantic & Caribbean coral reef story (permanent installation)

Completed Sep 2013 • Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center • Dania Beach, FL • directions

Our Changing Seas I: A coral reef story

Aug 2011 – present • American Association for the Advancement of Science • Washington, D.C. • directions

Selected Past shows

Fired Up: Monumental Clay

Jun 18 – Aug 28, 2016 • Palo Alto Art Center • Palo Alto, CA

Courtney Mattison: Sea Change (solo show)

Jan 30 – Apr 17, 2016 • Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art • Virginia Beach, VA

The Mother Art

Jun 6 – Jul 18, 2015 • Art.Science.Gallery • Austin, TX

Alumni Invitational 4

Mar 29 – Jun 15, 2014 • Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery • Saratoga Springs, NY

Sametan: Don’t tread on me

Mar 29 – 30, 2013 • Spoke Art Gallery • presented by PangeaSeed + Cometdebris • San Francisco, CA

The Great West Coast Migration

Jul 13 – Aug 19, 2012 • art benefit for sharks + oceans presented by PangeaSeed • Six U.S. west coast cities

Hope Spots: Bringing into view our oceans’ most vital ecosystems (solo show)

Feb 4 – Apr 6, 2012 • Jackson Street Gallery • SF University High School • San Francisco, CA

Beneath the Surface: Rediscovering a world worth conserving

Nov 17, 2011 – Mar 2, 2012 • AAAS Art Gallery • Washington, DC

Our Changing Seas I: A coral reef story (solo show)

Apr 18 – Aug 3, 2011 • Herbert C. Hoover Building lobby • Dept. of Commerce + NOAA Headquarters •  Washington, DC

California Clay from ACGA

Nov 4 – Dec 5, 2008 • Art Space Gallery • Fresno City College • Fresno, CA

Fragile Beauty: An artistic exploration of our endangered coral reef ecosystems (solo show)

Apr 4 – May 19, 2008 • Dana Science Center atrium • Skidmore College • Saratoga Springs, NY

Skidmore Student Exhibition

Jan 29 – Feb 24, 2008 • Schick Art Gallery • Skidmore College • Saratoga Springs, NY

Skidmore Student Exhibition

Feb 1 – Mar 6, 2005 • Schick Art Gallery • Skidmore College • Saratoga Springs, NY

Shaped Clay Society Exhibition

Nov 2004 • Everson Museum • Syracuse University • Syracuse, NY