Stinktown Two (Scott Kolbo and Lance Sinnema) -



• Presenter Exhibition. Yuma Art Center. Feb. 21 – March 31, 2014. Yuma


• Other/Self. Anchor Space Gallery. June 2013. Anacortes, Washington


• Young Punks, Old Fools. Seattle Pacific Art Center Gallery. Seattle Pacific

University. Oct.-Dec. 2012. Seattle Washington

• Escalation. Collaborative exhibit with Lance Sinnema. Saranac Art

Projects. Spokane Washington


• Washington State Art Collection


Scott Kolbo

• 2000 M.F.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison: Printmaking and Drawing

• 1996 B.F.A. Boise State University: Painting and Printmaking

Lance Sinnema

• 2003 M.F.A. Washington State University

• 1999 B.A. Whitworth University


Scott Kolbo

Seattle WA

Scott Kolbo was born in Washington State in the early seventies and grew up the

Northwestern United States. As a kid he spent countless hours drawing to stave

off boredom, and drawing continues to play a dominant role in all his work. He

became interested in the tradition of satire by looking through art books in the

library and realizing that he was most attracted to prints with funny looking people

in them. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking from

Boise State University in 1996 and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking

from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000. Scott lived in Spokane

Washington for twelve years while working as a Professor at Whitworth

University, and in 2012 he took a faculty position at Seattle Pacific University. He

teaches a variety of courses including; Printmaking, Drawing, Design, New

Media, and Contemporary Art History. His interests revolve around the study of

culture, aesthetics, literature, film, and contemporary art. In his studio art work he

is interested in the incorporation of new technologies into traditional art making

strategies and mixing together elements from high and low culture. Scott exhibits

his work locally, nationally, and in web-based formats.

Lance Sinnema

Spokane, WA

Lance Sinnema has been living and working in Spokane Washington since 2003.

He is currently a Lecturer at Whitworth University teaching ceramics, design and

seminar courses, as well as serving as the Gallery Director for the Bryan Oliver

Gallery at Whitworth. Along with his teaching role, Lance has been involved in

Spokane’s greater art community. He is a founding member of the Saranac Art

Projects Co-op, and served as its President for two years from 2010 to 2012. He

has shown his own work regularly in Spokane, and the cooperative work created

with Scott Kolbo as a member of the Stinktown Two Collective has been show

more extensively.