Bette Burgoyne

Bette Burgoyne was born in Seattle in 1959. She moved to San Francisco to teach art after graduating from Cornish College of the Arts in 1986. She received her MFA at Mills College and has taught at several universities since. Burgoyne has had solo exhibitions at New Langton Arts, Southern Exposure, Mincher/Wilcox and Headlands Center for the Arts and group shows at "A Labor of Love" at the New Museum NYC and the touring exhibition "New World (Dis)Order" hosted by National Museum of Women in the Arts Washington DC. She currently lives and works in Seattle.

Bette Burgoyne is featured in Edition: Lunacy

Malingerer, 2012
Auricula, 2009
Persona, 2011
Smudge, 2011
The Drawing, 2011