Farrell Brickhouse lives and works in Staten Island, New York. He received his B.A from Queens College. He has been an instructor of painting at the School of Visual Arts, NY, since 1980.

Brickhouse’s work is in the collection of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, Colorado; Edward Albee, Renee & Steve Clearman, John Davis, Christine & Marc Heller, De Menil, California Center for the Arts Escondido, Wadsworth Atheneum, Linda Jacobs, Weatherspoon Gallery, J.P. Lannan Ftd, William Benton Museum of Art, Conn., Max Protetch, Blackstone Group, San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, and Susan & Bill Ulrich. His work is shown at the John Davis Gallery, and previously with Pamela Auchincloss Gallery and Max Protetch Gallery.

Brickhouse received the COAHSI Exhibiting Artist Award in 2006, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2000, the National Endowment for Arts in 1983, and the Creative Artists Public Service Grant and National Endowment for the Arts, Emerging Artist Grant in 1980.

In August, Farrell Brickhouse came to Steamboat to round out the 2011 projects for Oehme Graphics. He completed a total of fifty eight unpredictable and lovely monotypes. He also completed two collections of six prints, each of solar and copper plate etchings, entitled Doubt of Columbus: one using color inks and the other using only black ink. He was inspired by photos of his relatives on the shores of Montauk in the early 1900’s and from his days as a fisherman off the coast of New York in the sixties. The editions are available as sets of six in handmade portfolios or individually.

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