Dillon J. Baker

Education

Iowa State University                                      2009-'12

Bachelor of Fine ArtsAmes, IA

University of Northern Iowa                          2006-'08

Art & Design, Cedar Falls, IA

Awards

1st Place (Katy Stone) - "Stool"                          April 2012

Primed: Juried Student Exhibition, Iowa State University, College of Design

Best of Show (T.J. Moberg) - "Turntable"       February 2011

Assembled: Mixed Media Show, Iowa State University, Memorial Union

Exhibitions

Des Moines Arts Festival                                June 2013-14'

Emerging Iowa Artists: Furniture, Des Moines, IA

Candeo's Art of Independence Gala             October 2013

Live Artist's Demonstration "Tour De Sit", Des Moines, IA

ART ATTACK                                                    October 2013

Participant, Meyer Law Firm, Chariton, IA

RAW: Natural Born Artists                            August 2013

http://www.rawartists.org/dillonbaker    Minneapolis, MN

Primed, Juried Student Exhibition                April 2010

"Electric Church" and "Stool", Iowa State University, Ames, IA

Biorenewables Art Competition                    April 2011

"3's Company", Biorenewables Complex, Ames, IA

Spring Student Exhibition                             April 2007

"War Mask" and "Turntable", Kamerick Gallery, Cedar Falls, IA

Association of Fundraising Professionals     February 2006

"Growth Through A Helping Hand", Philanthropy Award Commission,

Hotel Fort Des Moines, Des Moines, IA

Commissions

"Office End Table"                                          December 2013

Tracy Shaw, Des Moines, IA

"Bicycle Tube Stool"                                       July 2013

Doug & Amy Moore, Des Moines, IA

"Shaker Table"                                                April 2012

Prison Industries via Iowa State Alumni Association Catalogue, Ames, IA

Publications

"Students, Alumni Association work with Iowa Prison Industries"

Inspire Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 2,    April, 2012

http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2012/apr/PrisonIndustries