“Impatiens capensis” is acrylic on panel and measures 14″ x 50.” It is inspired by Tapawingo Springs.
1999 MFA, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
1993 BA in Art, cum laude, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
2010 Transitive Geographies: Contemporary Visions of an Evolving South, Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA
2009 Peach Tree Trail, UAB, Birmingham, AL
eARTh Exhibition, Wiregrass Museum, Dothan, AL
Celebrating Contemporary Arts in Alabama, Johnson Center of the Arts, Troy, AL
2008 Energy in the 21st, 21st Street Studio, Bimingham, AL
New Work, Amanda Schedler Fine Art, Birmingham, AL
Visiting Artist Show, Samford University, Birmingham, AL
New Work, Coleman/Schedler Fine Art, Fairfield, CT
What They’re Doing Now: The Best of 25 Years, MGAC, Birmingham, AL
2007 Landscape into Art, Maralyn Wilson, Birmingham, AL
2006 Next Young Art Stars, Introductions ’06, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Alabama Masters: ASCA Fellowship Recipients 2005–2006, Peach Tree Trail: Summer, Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, AL
Alabama Masters: ASCA Fellowship Recipients 2005–2006, Alabama Artist Gallery, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery, AL
Made in Birmingham, Space 301, Mobile, AL
Peach Tree Trail, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL
Southern Progress Corporation, Birmingham, AL
Collection of Former Duke University President Nannerl O. Keohane
Wellesley College, Rare Book Collection, Wellesley, MA
PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER MEDIA
James R. Nelson Alabama Peach Trees Captured in All Their Seasonal Glory. The Birmingham News, 5/17/09 p. 3G
Courtney Barnes, Stylecourt.blogspot.com January 10 and January 26, 2009
James R. Nelson. Samford Selects. The Birmingham News, 3/9/08, page 3F
Karen Phillips Irons, Southern Accents, Travel Section: Birmingham, Sep/Oct 2007.
Alexa Stevenson, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, October 2007.
Erika Alexia Tsoukanelis, Fairfield County Home, September 2007.
Brett Levine, Artist Profile, Birmingham Home and Garden, May/ June 2007.
Jerry Cullum. Young Artists Go Deep, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 07/09/06
James R. Nelson, Peach Tree Trail, Birmingham News, 2/19/06.
Jessica Dallow, Art Papers, March/April 2005.
Beth Venn , New American Paintings, book #58, Southern Edition, Summer 2005.
Interviewed by Georgine Clark, Alabama State Council of the Arts Radio Series, aired 3/22/05.
Expressions of Place, Alabama Arts, Volume XXI (cover)
Michael Huebner, Five Birmingham Artists among 53 participating… Birmingham News, 6/19/05.
SouthernArtistry.org Online Artist Registry, 2005
Individual Artist Fellowship, Alabama State Council on the Arts, 2004
Emerging Artist Award, Magic City Art Connection, Birmingham, AL, 2002