Phillip Levine, primarily a sculptor and draughtsman, received a BA in Art from the University of Colorado in 1953, an MFA in Sculpture in 1961 from the University of Washington. He received the Washington State Governor’s Arts Award, Cultural Enrichment, 1997.
His sculpture is in collections such as Paccar Company, Bellevue; Embry Aeronautical University, Prescott, AZ; First Hill Medical Building, Seattle; Mentor Graphics, Portland, OR; and Bramalea Pacific Corporation, Civic Center, Oakland, CA. Over 60 commissions include Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA; John Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek, CA; Shell Oil Company, Martinez, CA; Hibernia Bank, San Francisco, CA; Gene Coulon Park, Renton, WA; Les Grove Park, Auburn, WA; Club Sport, Oakland, CA; State Of Washington, East Capitol Campus, Olympia, WA; Nord Building, Everett, WA; SW Oregon Comm. Coll. Coos Bay, OR; and Bothell Regional Library, Bothell, WA. Selected one-person exhibits include: Panaca Gallery, Bellevue; Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA; Cascade Gallery, Seattle Center; Fountain Gallery, Portland; Coos Bay Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR; State Capitol Museum, Olympia; Foster/White Gallery, Seattle; Source Gallery, San Francisco; Tacoma Art Museum; Victor Fischer Galleries, Oakland, CA; Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle; Upper Edge Gallery, Snowmass, CO; Clark’s Fine Arts Gallery, Southhampton, NY; Insights Gallery, Anacortes, WA; and Sisko Gallery, Seattle. Selected Group Exhibitions include: Denver Art Museum; Roko Gallery, New York, NY; 11th Annual Print and Drawing , Oklahoma; Texas Fine Arts Assoc. Austin, T; Ankrum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Bellevue Art Museum; Frye Art Museum, Seattle; Nordic Museum, Seattle; Mayor’s Invitational, Salem, OR; Maryhill Museum, Goldendale, WA; LaConner Ourdoor Sculpture; Sculpture Court Gallery, Southhampton, NY; Oregon Invitational, Hult Center, Eugene, OR; City of Concord, Art in Public Places, Concord, CA; Henry Gallery, The Washington Year, University of Washington; Koplin Del Rio Gallery, West Coast Drawings V111, Culver City, CA; and Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York, NY.
His recent book is entitled: Phillip Levine, Myth, Memory and Image, Sculpture and Drawings.