13 Ağustos 2012 Pazartesi

Jennifer Meanley


Education
2006        INDIANA UNIVERSITY, Bloomington Indiana
   -MFA Painting, MFA Exhibition
2004         UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, Durham New Hampshire
                 -BFA coursework, BFA exhibition
2001         MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE, South Hadley MA
                 -BA English Literature; Minor – Studio Arts
                 -Cum Laude
Solo Exhibitions
2011  Jennifer Meanley Work on Paper, E. Taylor Greer Gallery, Ferrum College, Curated by
Matthew LaRose, January 12 through February 12
2011  Jennifer Meanley, Current Work, Les Beaux-Arts Des Ameriques, Montreal, Curated by
Jacqueline Herbert Stonberger, May through June
2010  Telegraphies, Work on Paper By Jennifer Meanley, Bry Art Gallery, University of
Louisiana at Monroe, Curated by Dara Engler, Assistant Director of Bry Gallery, October
21 through November 21.
2009  Past Tense: Marking Time, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati OH, Juried and Awarded and
then Curated by Jason Franz, Gallery Director, December through January
2008  Excavation, Recent Paintings by Jennifer Meanley, Indianapolis IN, Curated
2006  MFA Thesis Exhibition, SOFA Gallery, Indiana University
Group Exhibitions:
2010  Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Museum of Art, UNCG, Invited
2010  SOS ART, The Art Academy of Cincinnati, Ohio, May, Curated
2010  Faculty Biennial, Weatherspoon Museum of Art, UNCG, Invited
2010  Spare Room, Greensboro, NC, Invited
2009  TERRITORIES, Group Show Gallery 115, Greensboro, NC, Curated by Katie Claiborne
2008  SMALL THINGS, BEAUX-ARTS DES AMERIQUES GALLERY, Group Show,
Montreal Canada, Curated by Jacqueline Herbert Stoneberger
2008  COMING TO TERMS WITH LIFE, BEAUX-ARTS DES AMERIQUES GALLERY,
Group Show, Montreal Canada, Curated By Jacqueline Herbert Stoneberger
2008  ONE DAY, Group Show, Ruschman Gallery, Curated by Mark Ruschman, Indianapolis,
IN
2008  PEOPLED PAINTINGS, Group Show Bingham Gallery, University of Missouri, MO
2007  EXCAVATION, Solo Show, Alchemy Art and Aesthetics, Indianapolis, IN, Curated
2007  LINEAR GUIDED MELODIES, Group show, Alchemy Art and Aesthetics, Curated
2006  NEW PAINTERS, Group Show, Prima Gallery, Bloomington, IN, Curated
2006  VIBRATIONS, Group Show, Merwin Gallery, Bloomington Illinois, Curated
Grants and Awards:
2009  Funded, External: Awarded: National Endowment for the Arts C/O Hambidge Artist
Residency
2006  Summer Teaching Fellowship, Florence Italy, Indiana University
2006  Finalist: Boston University, Artist in Residence
2006  Nomination: Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant
 Grant in Aid of Research, Indiana University
 Nomination: Dedalus Foundation, Graduate Fellowship
 Nomination: Master of Fine Arts Fellowship, Indiana University
Residencies
2009  Hambidge Artist Residency, Rabun Gap Georgia, June
Bibliography:
2010 Two Short Reviews – AEQAI: Critical Thinking, Review and Reflection, Reprint, David
Jarred, January 2010
2009   AEQAI: Adumbrationes, Manifest Gallery Review, David Jarred, December 2009
Visiting Artist Lectures and Professional Presentations:
2010   Guest Lecture Southern Illinois University, IL
2010  Guest Lecture and Monotype Workshop: University of Louisiana, Monroe
2010  Guest Lecture, University of New Hampshire, October 13
th
, 2010
2008  Guest Lecture and Demonstration on Monotype Printmaking: Indiana University
2008  Artist Talk: Indiana University Art Department
2007  Job Candidate Lecture: University of Vermont
2007  Job Candidate Lecture: Massachusetts College of Fine Art
2007  Job Candidate Lecture: Maryland Institute College of Art
Publications:
2010  艺术领域中的“后现代国际主义风格” (Special Characteristics of the Postmodern
International Style in Art) 梁蓝波 (by Lampo Leong)
2009  TURNROW Publication, Cover Work, Images on inside of publication: University of
Louisiana Press, Monroe, LA
Work Held in Private Collections:
2008  Private: Maria Justo, Montreal, Canada
2007  Private: Larry Glaubinger, Bloomington, IN
2007  Private: Ted Wilanski, Bloomington, IN
2006  Private: Dara Engler, Bloomington, IN
2004  Private: Jean Cote, Granby MA
2004  Private: Brett Gamache, York ME
2004  Private: Douglas and Lisa Merrill, South Hadley, MA
2004  Private: Robert Eschbach, Durham NH
2004  Private: Raymond and Karen Randall, Exeter, NH
Teaching:
2008-present  University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC
Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing:
Fundamental Drawing, Intermediate Drawing, Graduate Painting and Drawing,
Life Drawing
-Designed semester curriculum
-Facilitate slide lectures, class work periods, critiques and reviews
-Serve on Thesis Committees
2007- 2008           Herron School of Art, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
Adjunct Faculty: Drawing I, Drawing II, Drawing III, Drawing V, Painting II
-Designed semester curriculum
-Facilitated slide lectures, class work periods, critiques and reviews
-Evaluated student progress, mentored students in studio practice
-Assigned semester grades
2006-2007 DePauw University, Greencastle, IN
Part Time Faculty: Drawing I, Painting I
-Designed semester curriculum
-Facilitated slide lectures, class work periods, critiques and reviews
-Evaluated student progress, mentored students in studio practice
-Assigned semester grades
 Herron School of Art, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
Adjunct Faculty: Figure and Life Painting
-Designed semester curriculum
-Facilitated slide lectures, class work periods, critiques and reviews
-Evaluated student progress, mentored students in studio practice
-Assigned semester grades
2005 Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Assistant Instructor: Painting I; Art for non-majors
-Designed semester curriculum
-Facilitated slide lectures, class work periods, critiques and reviews
-Evaluated student progress, mentored students in studio practice
-Assigned semester grades
artist statement


My work depicts spaces and moments of reflection. The most recent collages and prints are striated by light and color which function rhythmically and luminously. These elements denote places of reverberation in which people and animals appear and reappear in various permutations of themselves and in which the landscape rolls out like a botanical wave. The figures are contemplative. They look slightly beyond the world of the viewer. They gently prod at orbs of light, reach to touch the legs of an unseen individual, or lock arms as though guarding the space behind them.

These pieces are equally about memory and about the ways in which its residues potentially accumulate and entwine. Here, memory is imagined as a space of dense growth. Birds sing silently, but with familiar voices. Color might register as a known variable, depicting the smell of the soil in the spring or in the fall. The figures, often pieced together from fragments of a single origin, suggest a span of growth and of time.
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