562 Alstead Center Road
Alstead, NH 03602
Born July 2, 1962
Arden Gallery. Boston, MA
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco.
San Francisco, CA
Evansville Museum of Art. Evansville,
Huntington Museum of Art. Huntington, VW
Kalamazoo Institute of Art. Kalamazoo, MI
Philadelphia Athenaeum. Philadelphia, PA
Museum of Art. Manchester, NH
CU Boulder Art Museum. Boulder, CO
Miami Dade College. Miami,
McGraw Hill Publishing Co. New York, NY
Corp. Boston, MA
Al Walker Fine Arts. Boston, MA
400 public and private collections.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2015 Walter Gropius Master Artist Exhibition, Huntington Museum of Art, WV
2014 Arden Gallery, Boston, MA
2012 Arden Gallery, Boston, MA
2008 "Illuminated", J. Cacciola Gallery. New York,
2007 "Illuminations", Turner Carroll
Gallery. Santa Fe, NM
2006 "Diptychs", J. Cacciola
Gallery. New York, NY
2005 "Little Creatures",
Turner Carroll Gallery. Santa Fe, NM
2004 J. Cacciola Gallery.
2003 Turner Carroll Gallery. Santa Fe,
2003 Sangre de Cristo Art Center. Pueblo, CO
de Griff /Marr Gallery. Santa Fe, NM
1999 Copley Society.
1998 The Silo Gallery. New Milford, CT
Selected Group Exhibitions
2013 The Silverpoint Exhibition. The National Arts Club, New York, NY
2013 Fast Forward the Renaissance. Southern Ohio Museum of Art, Portsmouth, OH
2013 Natural Selection, Masters of Egg Tempera. Tree’s Place, Orleans, MA
2103 Evansville Collects - Contemporary American Still Life. Evansville Museum of Art, IN
2012 "25th Anniversary Exhibition", Arden Gallery, Boston, MA
2011 Berdann, Mothner, Schadler, J. Cacciola Gallery. New York, NY
2011 "Patrick Kitson, Jacob A. Pfeiffer & Koo Schadler", Tree's Place, Orleans, MA
2010 Arden Gallery, Boston, MA
2010 J. Cacciola Gallery, New York, NY
2009 The Luster of Silver. Evansville Museum of Art, IN
2009 Classical Remix. Tree’s Place, Orleans, MA
2006 Tree's Place. New Orleans, MA
2006 The Luster of Silver.
Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah,
2003 Patrons' Choice.
The Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA
2002 Tempera / New Temperaments.
Evansville Museum of Art, IN; Turner Carroll Gallery, NM;
Frye Art Museum, WA
2002 Egg Tempera: An
Enduring Tradition. Miami Dade
FL; Mary Williams College, VA; Wisteriahurst Museum, MA
2001 Two Person Show.
J. Cacciola Gallery, New York, NY
Enduring Tradition. Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA
2000 Introductions. J.
Cacciola Gallery, New York, NY
Life and Floral Paintings. The John Pence Gallery, San Francisco,
Invitational. van de Griff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Show, Master Show, & Group Invitational. The Copley Society
of Art, Boston, MA
1999 Winter Show. The
Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA
Artists Circle. Peterborough, NH
Sagendorph Biannual Juried Exhibition. Keene, NH
1998 Summer, Fall and
Winter Shows. The Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA
Still Life Show. The Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA
Art Auction. Peterborough, NH
Exhibition. Sharon Art Center, Sharon, NH
1997 Fall Show and Award
Winners Invitational. The Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA
Exhibition. New York, NY
Works Invitational. Zullo Gallery, Medfield, MA
Artists Circle Inaugural Exhibition. Peterborough, NH
Juried Show. Zullo Gallery, Medfield, MA
1996 National Miniature
Painting Show. Sharon, NH
Awards and Honors
Second Place, Animal Category, The Artist's Magazine
Annual Competition. 2008
Finalist, American Artist Magazine
Self-Portrait Competition. 2009.
Robert and Mary Schroeder Award for Portraiture. The
Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA. 2000.
Designated Copley Master. The Copley Society of Art, Boston
John Singleton Copley Award for Excellence in Art. The Copley
Society of Art, Boston, MA. 1998.
J. Gazzola Award for Excellence in Art. The Copley Society
of Art, Boston, MA. 1998.
Robb Sagendorph Memorial Award. The Copley Society of Art,
Boston, MA. 1998.
Gibran Award for Excellence in Painting. The Copley Society
of Art, Boston, MA. 1998.
Juror's Award. The Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA. 1997,
Best of Show. National Miniature Painting Show, Sharon, NH. 1996.
"Koo Schadler", American Art Collector, December, 2012.
"Keeping it Fresh: Contemporary Artists Exploring Tradition", American Artists Quarterly, Fall, 2010.
"Illuminations", American Art Collector,
"Annual Competition Winners",
The Artist's Magazine, December 2008.
Competition Winners", American Artists, October 2008.
Schadler, Koo, "How to Create a Studio in Less than
Ideal Circumstances", The Artist's Magazine,
Burgard, Breuer, D’Alessandro, "The
Diane and Sandy Besser Collection", Fine Arts Museum
of San Francisco, 2007.
"Koo Schadler", American
Art Collector, December, 2006.
Schadler, Koo, "A Gloss
on Glazing", The Artist's Magazine, September
"Koo Schadler", American Art Collector,
Schadler, Koo, "Master Methods",
Cover Artist and Feature Article, The Artist's Magazine,
Smith, Craig, "The Egg and Eye", The
New Mexican, November 22-28, 2002.
Korotkin, Joyce, "The
New York Art World", M, 2002.
American Artists Quarterly, Winter, 2001.
The Second Oldest Medium", Watercolor Magazine, Summer
Fuld, Alice, "A Center for Art", Keene
Sentinel, November 16, 1997.
Whitney, D. Quincey, "A
Circle of Artists", The Boston Globe, November 16,
Fuld, Alice, "Miniatures Making it Big",
Keene Sentinel, November 24, 1995.
- Contributing Editor and Writer. The Artist's Magazine, 2009 to present.
- Guest Curator for The Luster of Silver Exhibition. The Evansville Museum, Evansville, IN, 2009.
- Board Member and Contributing Writer. The
Society of Tempera Painters, Santa Fe NM, 1998 to present.
- Egg Tempera Instructor. Numerous public and private teaching engagements, 1997 to present, including: Gage Academy of Arts, Seattle, WA; Sedona Art Center, Sedona, AZ; Andreeva Academy, Santa Fe, NM; Hudson River Valley Art Workshops, Greenville, NY; The Copley Society, Boston MA; Somerset Art Association, Somerset, NJ: New England School of Classical Painting, Greenfield NH: Sharon Arts Center, Sharon NH; The Ellis School, Pittsburgh, PA; and many other venues.
- Egg Tempera Lecturer and Paintings Juror. Various art associations, museums and art schools throughout North America, 1997 to present.
New England School of Classical Painting with Nuamel & Shirley Pulido, Greenfield NH, 1995-1999.
College of Marin, Marin CA, 1991-1992.
Art furniture apprenticeship with Norman Petersen, San Francisco
Painting apprenticeship with Peter Foster, Florence, Italy,
Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy. 1985.
Art History BA Summa cum Laude/Phi Beta Kappa, Tufts University,
Medford MA, 1984.
Koo Schadler was born and raised in Litchfield,
Connecticut. She graduated from Tufts University in 1984
with a BA in Art History. After working at the Boston Museum
of Fine Arts, Koo traveled to Europe to explore old museums
and to study art. Eventually she settled in Florence, Italy
where she studied painting at Studio Art Centers International
and with artist Peter Foster. In 1986 she moved to California
where she became involved in a variety of creative endeavors:
a three year apprenticeship with master furniture maker
Norman Petersen, work as art director for a chain of natural
food stores, and painting studies at the College of Marin.
It was under the tutelage of Marin professor Chester Arnold
that Koo was introduced to egg tempera painting, a traditional
medium made from powdered pigments and egg yolk.
Koo combined her painting, craft and commercial art backgrounds
to create a line of mixed media boxes, mirrors and jewelry.
Her work was featured at craft stores throughout California
and the Northeast.
In 1993 Koo returned to New England
and settled in a small town in southern New Hampshire.
For three years she studied classical oil painting with
Numael and Shirley Pulido in Hancock, NH, while pursuing
egg tempera studies on her own. She established a studio
where she now pursues full time the study and creation
of egg tempera paintings and silverpoint drawings. Her
inspiration derives from the natural world, and from the
works of the Old Masters - particularly the diptychs and
triptychs of the Northern and Italian Renaissance. She
is a board member of The Society of Tempera Painters; writes
and lectures on egg tempera painting and Old Master design;
and teaches tempera, gesso, and design workshops around
the country and abroad. Her paintings and drawings are in more than 400 private and corporate collections, and many museums nationwide.