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Angela Earley
Brooklyn, NY



ARTIST STATEMENT: The process of mark-making through drawing, carving or etching is the most direct way for me to translate an experience. I am interested in capturing and unraveling the dualities of everyday, urban life in my imagery.

Through line, light and texture I strive to express the tension and search the spaces between transience and permanence, monotony and mysticism, memory and reality, fear and comfort.

In challenging myself to slow down in a fast-paced urban atmosphere, I am empowered to strengthen the tangible and visualize the invisible. My art is a reflection of the narratives, mysteries and behaviors that are ever-present in our society. I attempt to heighten my own and others' observational awareness with my art.

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ARTIST RESUME:


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2010
*Idle Time/Busy Mind*
NUTUREart, Brooklyn, New York

*Fit to Be Bound*
The Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York

*The Sketchbook Project*
Art House Co-op, Various US Locations


2009
*Translucent Threads*
NY Arts Beijing Gallery, Beijing, China

*The Assignment*
23 Sandy Gallery, Portland, Oregon

*Represent Brooklyn*
TRA Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

*Inside-Outside Book Arts*
The Foundry Centre, St.Charles, Missouri

*Multiple Conversations: Open Book*
The Print Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

*Social (Virus)*
NURTUREart, Brooklyn, New York

*Myrtle Windows*
Various Locations, Brooklyn, New York

*BookOpolis*
Asheville BookWorks, West Asheville, North Carolina

*Print Exchange*
Western Illinois University Gallery, Macomb, Illinois

*Between the Sheets*
The Print Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

*[un + art]*
Artspace, Hartford, Connecticut


2008
*Editions/Artists' Book Fair*
The Tunnel, New York, New York

*Printmaking Today*
Dedalo Center for Contemporary Art and
The Museum in the Castle of Castiglione
Abruzzo, Italy

*Ludus*
NY Arts Beijing Gallery, Beijing, China

*Twenty-First Parkside National Small Print Exhibition*
University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin

*SHOP: Art, Commerce and the Printed Image*
The Print Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

*Brooklyn as a State of Mind*
Clinton Hill Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY

*Printers' Picks*
Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Minneapolis, Minnesota

*Faculty Exhibition*
92nd St Y, New York, New York

*Appetizing Arts*
TRA Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

*Red Hot Red Dot*
Women & Their Work, Austin, Texas

*Summer @SONYA*
Sonya Center, Brooklyn, New York

*Represent Brooklyn*
TRA Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

*Doll Neighborhood*
Village @ Gureje, Brooklyn, New York


*COLLECTIONS*
Print and Picture Collection of the Free Library of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Dublin, Ireland
NY Arts Beijing Gallery, Beijing, China
Dedalo Center for Contemporary Art and
The Museum in the Castle of Castiglione, Abruzzo, Italy
University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, Wisconsin


*RESIDENCIES*
1998
Printmaking Residency Scholarship, Vermont Studio Center,
Johnson, Vermont


*PRESS*
2009
May: The New York Times, The Local, Fort Greene, Art of the Stroll

2008
August: New York Arts Magazine, NY Arts Beijing, Ludus
August: Art Fairs International Slide Show
January: Exhibition Catalogue, Twenty-First National Small Print Exhibition, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Spring/Summer: Presstime, Highpoint Center for Printmaking


*EDUCATION*
2005
MFA, Printmaking, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York

1997
BFA, Printmaking, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York
 








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