Mary Ann Strandell
Mary Ann Strandell is active/lives in New York, New Mexico. Mary Strandell is known for abstract richly colored images, printmaking, teaching.
Mary Ann Strandell
Biography from Wendt Gallery
MARY ANN STRANDELL
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Lives and works in New York City
E D U C A T I O N
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque MFA 1993
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque MA 1989
Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM Fellowship 1987
University of South Dakota, Cum laude BFA 1984
Study Abroad Program, Great Britain and Ireland 1982
S O L O NON GALLERY E X H I B I T I O N S
2005 The Moving Wall, Real Form Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, Curated by David Gibson
2002 Nature Unbound, The Dahl Fine Arts Center, Rapid City, SD
2001 Chinoiserie and Polyglots, Elliot Smith Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO
The Polyglot Series: A Project Space Exhibition, Left Bank Project Space, St. Louis, MO
1997 Reinventing Nature, The University of Wisconsin Gallery of Art, Platteville, WI
Excerpts on Nature and Energy, South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings, SD
1996 The North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, ND
Nordstrand Gallery of Art, Wayne State College, Wayne NB
1995 Momentum: Paintings From the 90's, The Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA
Printing Inovations Gallery 306, Sioux Falls, SD
Mixed-Media Prints, The Oscar Howe Art Center, Mitchell, SD
1994 Migrations, Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts, University of South Dakota, Vermillion , SD
Mary Ann Strandell Paintings, Worthington College of Art Gallery, Worthington, MN
1990 Three Themes: Motion, Reflection and Containment, The Sommers Gallery, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
A W A R D S A N D H O N O R S
2005 Transformative Printmaking, Panelist, College Arts Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia
2004 Alternative Media, Panelist, Southern Graphics Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2002 The Katherine Van Meter Sadock Lecture Award, Union College, Schenectady, NY
2001 NEA Artist Panel Presentations, The American Association of Museums, St. Louis, MO, Moderated by Sarah Reece Hardy
1999 The Artworks Fund / Art Midwest / NEA The Patron Award, Northern
National, Nicolet College, Rhinelander WI. Juror: Christopher Brown
1998 The Artworks Fund / Arts Midwest / NEA
1997 The Artworks Fund / Arts Midwest / NEA
1996 Arts Midwest / NEA Regional Visual Artist Fellowship Award
Residency Fellowship: The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
1995 South Dakota Arts Council Career Development Grant Award
1994 Purchase Award / Honorable Mention, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA,
Juror: Terry Suhre
1993 Painting Award Visions of Excellence, Albuquerque, NM.
Juror: Jacqueline Bass, director of the U.C. Berkeley Museum of Art
Graduate Teaching Assistantship: University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
1998 to 1993.
1992 Painting Award: Visions of Excellence, Albuquerque, NM. Juror: Peter Frank, L.A., CA
1991 Printmaking Award Annual Works, ASA Gallery,
Albuquerque, NM, Juror: Bill Lagatuda, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque,
T E A C H I N G E X P E R I E N C E
The New York Institute Of Technology, New York, NY 2003
Washington University, St. Louis, MO 2000 - 2001
The University of Notre Dame Taos Program, Taos, NM 1999 and 1998
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO 1997 - 1999
The University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD 1993 - 1994
The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque / Teaching Assistantships 1988 - 1992
CO L L E C T I O N S
The di Rosa Preserve Foundation, Napa, CA
The Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, KS
Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA
The Amity Art Foundation, Woodbridge, CT
The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS
Hallmark Corporation, Kansas City, MO
The Federal Reserve Bank, Chicago, IL
Mid America Print Council
The Visual Arts Center, Washington Pavilion of Art, Sioux Falls, SD
Sprint Corporation, Overland Park, KS
H & R Block Corporation, Kansas City, MO
American Century Corporation, Kansas City, MO
Blue Cross / Blue Shield, Kansas City, MO
Dunham and Associates, La Jolla, CA
Heartland Spine Hospital, Kansas City, MO
American Express Corporation, Omaha, NE
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
Deloitte and Touche St. Louis, MO
Blackwell Sanders, Kansas City, MO
Enterprise Inc. St. Louis, MO
The Westin Cupples Station Hotel, St. Louis, MO
DST Systems, Inc. Kansas City, MO
Stowers Medical Research Center, Kansas City, MO
Polsinelli, Shelton Welte, Kansas City, MO
Lathrop and Gage, Kansas City, MO
Brandes Investment, San Diego, CA
Access US, St. Louis, MO
Thrivent Financial, St. Joseph, MO
In Trust Financial, St. Joseph, MO
Fingerhut Corporation, Minneapolis, MN
The Black Hills Surgical Center, Rapid City, SD
Barbara and Ray Graham III Albuquerque, NM
Margaret Ann and Hubert Everist Sioux City, IA
Hatch, Alan and Shepard Albuquerque, NM
Rhinehart - Anderson Minneapolis, MN
Rutgers University Conference Committee, New Brunswick, NJ
Southern Graphics Council Archive, University of Mississippi
West Virginia University Morgantown, WV
University of Ohio Cincinnati, OH
University of South Dakota Vermillion, SD
University of New Mexico Printmaking Collection Albuquerque, NM
CA T A L O G U E S & P U B L I C A T I O N S
The New Yorker, Goings on About Town, May 15, 2006, p.15.
The Village Voice, Best in Show, by R.C. Baker. May 12, 2006, p. 23.
The New York Times, Making (Brain) Waves: Neuroscience Meets Art at a
Westport Exhibition, by Benjamin Genocchio. May 7, 2006, p.10.
New York News Network, East Meets West in Painter's 'Movable Terrain' by Thessy Mehrain,
May 15, 2006, online publication
The Norwalk Advocate, It's all in the mind: Westport exhibit unites art, neuroscience…, by Nadia Lerner. April 13, 2006, p.3-4.
The Plain Dealer, 'Beautiful Dreamer' Awakens Romantics. By Dan Tranberg, October 9, 2005, p. J1.
Scene Culture, Cleveland, OH, On View/ Beautiful Dreamer, by Zachary Lewis, September 14, 2005. clevescene.com.
Free Times Ohio News, Arts and Entertainment Weekly, Perchance to
Dream: Nocturnal fantasies Enchant in SPACES' Beautiful Dreamer, by Liz
Bly, October 7, 2005.
The Brooklyn Rail, Critical Perspectives on Art, Politics and Culture, "Art /Carol
Salmonson, Jae Hi Ahn and Mary Ann Strandell", by James Kalm. April, 2005, p.16
Wagmag: Williamsburg Monthly Art Guide, Realform Project Space / The Moving Wall, March, 2005.
Time Out New York, Art Reviews, Don't Miss: "Touch and Temperature: Art
in the Age of Cybernetic Totalism", New York, NY, July 22-29, 2004, pg.
The Houston Chronicle, Digital and Traditional Worlds Collide in 'Touch
and Temperature', by Patricia C. Johnson, October 8, 2004.
The Kansas City Star, Spatial Anomalies by Robin Trafton, June 18, 2004
The Pitch.Com, Art Capsule Reviews / Mary Ann Strandell; The Polyglot Series, Kansas City, Mo, June 10, 2004
The River Reporter, Gallery 97 to Feature Strandell, by Charlie Buterbaugh, Narrowsburg, NY, May 20, 2004, pg 23.
The Kansas City Star, Go to Crossroad" by Robin Trafton, Friday, May 7, 2004, p. 26
Jersey City Museum.org, on line publication, NoHu? North Hudson's Secret SoHo, Jersey City, NJ, March 2004. illustration
Kansas City Home Design, The Power of Possession, by Chad Sanborn. Kansas City, MO March 2004. p. 40 - 43.
The Miami Herald, Alternative Scenes: in a bar, on the sand, by Evelyn McDonnell and Damarys Ocana. December 5, 2003, p. 26-27A
Art Papers Magazine Art Review: Mary Ann Strandell at Elliot Smith by Jeffrey Hughes, Atlanta, GA March/ April 2002
On Paper, Illustration. November - December, 2001, p. 86
Art in America, Illustration. November 2001 p. 95
New Art Examiner, Reviews / Missouri/ Transpolublu, by Debra Riley Parr. July-August, Chicago, IL 2001, p.89.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Art Review: Strandell's Polyglots by Margaret Keller, November 25, 2001, p. G5
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Chinoiserie and Polyglots" October 25, 2001, p 27
St. Louis Riverfront Times Art (on the Polyglot Series) by Ivy Schroeder, St. Louis, MO June 20, 2001, p. 37
Art Papers Magazine Transpolyblu Exposition by Jeffrey Hughes. May/June, Atlanta, GA 2001, p.51
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Digital Exhibition Taps Into Many Media and Traditions, by Jeff Daniel. Feb. 11 2001
Sioux Falls Argus Leader Realism in Bloom, by Ann Grauvogl.Saturday, August 14, 1999 p.1D
The Kansas City Star Art and It's Abstract Economy, by Elisabeth Kirsch. July 2, 1999 p. 28
Review Weekly Studies of Artifice and Artificiality at Cohen, by James Brinsfield. July 1999, Number 9 p.14.
The Alibi / Albuquerque Unanswered Questions, M. A. Strandell at DSG, by Jeffrey Lee. March 12, 1999 p. 22
The Albuquerque Tribune "Container II", Page-box by T.D. Mobley-Martinez. March 12, 1999 p. C1
The Kansas City Star Cohen's Preview Unites Abstract Talents, by Alice Thorson. July 24, 1998 p. Preview
The Kansas City Star Impromptu Art Makes a Wild Mix, by Alice Thorson. Feb. 12 1998, p. Preview
The Albuquerque Tribune 'Visible' Offers Grandiose to Intimate, by T.D. Mobley-Martinez. June 6, 1997 p. B1
The Brookings Register Two Women Share The Museum Spotlight, by Amanda Greslin. Sept., 1997 p.2
1995-1996 Arts Midwest/NEA Regional Visual Artist Fellowship Catalogue, Publ. by Arts Midwest, Mpls.
Sioux City Art Center Annual Report Sioux City, IA Illustration: Many Masters 1996
South Dakotans for the Arts, Arts Agenda Two SD Artists Awarded Midwest Fellowships III. Oct. 1996, p.5
The Wayne State Herald Visiting Artist Displays Works at WSC Gallery, by Clara Oster. Sept. 26, 1996, p.3A
Rapid City Journal Experiencing Life for Art, Mary Duffy, Jan. 15, 1995, p. B1
Migrations: Recent Paintings and Works On Paper Catalogue for
exhibition, by Carol Gue. Published by The College of Fine Art,
University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD. May 1994
The Sioux City Journal, Art Center Will Showcase Regional Works, May 7,
1994, p. AB The Daily Globe Artist Puts Motion Into Paintings, by
Aileen Wilkinson, Worthington, MN, Sept. 1994. p. 4B
"Aspects of the Themes: Motion, Reflection, and Containment" M.F.A.
Thesis Catalogue for the University of New Mexico, New Mexico Studies
on the Fine Arts, New Mexico Fine Arts Library, 1993 (authored)
Visions of Excellence V Catalogue May 11-June 1, 1991 Fine Arts
Gallery, Albuquerque United Artists "Translations and Transitions:
Cross Referencing Working Methods of Painting and
Printmaking", New Mexico Studies in the Fine Arts, University of New
Mexico Fine Arts Library, Vol. XXVII, 1989 (authored)
Byron C. Cohen Gallery for Contemporary ARt
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