Mia Schulte




University of Virginia, B. S. in Business Management (Art Electives), Professional Art Workshops

Northern Virginia Community College & University of Virginia (Art Education)

Evergreen State College, WA, (Art History)


Professional Experience


Professional: Human Resources, Regional Administrative Manager, Facilities Planning Manager, Consultant

                            Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Lexis/Nexis Corp., Unisys Corp, CRSN, (Washington, D.C. area)

Educator: Art Teacher: St. Agnes School, VA Art Presentations: Evergreen State College, WA

Juror: Associated Arts of Ocean Shores, “2015 Annual Fine Art Show”


Professional Seminars

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C Kennedy Center,Corcoran Gallery, Wash., D.C.

Artist Trust Edge Program, Tacoma Art Museum,  Washington, D.C.


Professional Affiliations

Women Painters of Washington


Artist Biography

Mia Schulte was born by US military parents in Turkey and grew up in a family that traveled and lived in many countries, in Europe and the Middle East. Her careers have ranged from corporate work in Washington, D.C. to Art Teacher to full time artist. She moved to Washington State 16 years ago, and currently resides in Olympia, Washington. Inspired by the natural beauty of the state, she incorporates the beauty of natural forms in her abstract compositions.


Her art has been shown in exhibitions throughout the state since 2007. She was selected as one of the featured artists for an exhibition at South Puget Sound Community College entitled: “Drawn to Abstraction: Four Artists, Four Visions”. Her work has been shown in the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Seattle Design Center, Bellevue Art Museum, Tacoma Community College Gallery as well as galleries and exhibitions in Seattle, Bellingham, Edmonds, Bellevue, Yakama and other cities throughout the state and in Oregon (Coos Art Museum and Cannon Beach). She was selected to be in a show at the Prince Street Gallery in New York City. She is a member of Women Painters of Washington.