Michael Chambers in his studio

Galleries
• New work is now on exhibit at Evermore Gallery, 780 W. Main Street, Boise, Idaho.
• My work is represented by the Carol Robinson Gallery, 840 Napoleon Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana. Call Carol Robinson at 504.895.6130 for more information.
• I show regularly with the Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance in Boise, Idaho.

Recent Exhibitions
• January 2017 Black Elk, invitational, Canyon Crossroads Museum at Celebration Park, Melba, Idaho
• May 2016 Houseghosts, Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana
• April 2016 Mystery Sonatas, Marigny Opera House, New Orleans, Louisiana
• April 2016 Artists of Faith, Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana
• January 2016 This American Life, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• December 2015 Cuisine Art, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• August 2015 Hunting and Gathering, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• Spring Awakening, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• 2014 Foray IV – Pushing the Envelope, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• 2014 Water Works, juried exhibition at Track 13 Gallery, Nampa, Idaho
• November 2013 Foray III, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• May 2014 Metamorphosis, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• October 2014 Water Works, Track 13 Gallery, Nampa, Idaho
• August 2013 Souvenir, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• May 2013 Coming Into View, Carol Robinson Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana
• February 2013 What the World Needs Now, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance, Boise
• August 2012 Silver Linings, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance
• April 2012 Foray II, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance
• April 2012 Leftovers, traveling exhibition, Wharepuke, New Zealand
• January 2012 Text Messages, Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance

Education
• MFA in Painting and Printmaking, Queens College, City University of New York
• MA in Creative Art, Purdue University
• BFA in Painting and Drawing, Louisiana State University
• Graduated Highly Recommended, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts