Carlton Nell

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CARLTON NELL


Born in Mobile, Alabama, 1962


EDUCATION

1992 Georgia State University, Atlanta, M.F.A.
1984 Auburn University, Alabama, B.F.A.


EXHIBITIONS

2012-13 “Forty Years,” Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
2006 “Drawing the Line,” Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
“Visage,” Project Space, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
2004 Project Space, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
“Summertime,” Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
2003 “Encounters,” Huntsville Museum of Art, Alabama
“Landscape: Unique Views,” Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
“Small Scale,” Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
2002 “Carlton Nell: Recent Work,” Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, Georgia
“Compositions,” Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, Georgia
Faye Gold Gallery, Atlanta
“Little Things Mean A Lot,” Swan Coach House Galleries, Atlanta
“Spotlight on Southern Artists 2002,” Trinity School, Atlanta, Georgia
2001 “Compositions,” The Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama
Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2000 “A Bouquet for 2000,” Alabama Artists Gallery, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery
“Recent Paintings,” Marcia Ward Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
“Spotlight on Southern Artists 2000,” Trinity School, Atlanta, Georgia
“Winter Blossoms: A Bouquet for 2000,” Alabama Artists Gallery, Montgomery
1999 “Carlton Nell, Jr.: Compositions 54 through 71,” Opelika Arts Association Gallery, Opelika, Alabama
“Family Album,” Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
“Triennial Southeastern Juried Exhibition,” Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama
1998 “Small Landscapes: Three Views,” St. Petersburg Center for the Arts, Florida
“The 25th Annual Juried Competition,” Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana
1997 “National Small Works Exhibition,” Chuck Levitan Gallery, New York
“Off the Wall,” Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York
“61 Annual Midyear Exhibition,” The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
“Teaching Art: Regional Faculty Invitational,” Columbus Museum of Art, Georgia
Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1996 “Drawing from Perception,” Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
“National Small Works,” Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey
“The Red Clay Survey,” Biennial Exhibition, Huntsville Museum of Art, Alabama
1995 “Memorial Exhibition,” Dorothy McRae Gallery, West Georgia College, Carrolton
“National Juried Small Works,” Chuck Levitan Gallery, New York
“National Small Works,” Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey
“25th National Print and Drawing Exhibition,” Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois
1994 “Figurative Small Works,” The Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida
The First Street Gallery, New York
Gallery 84, New York
“National Drawing,” Trenton State College, New Jersey
“The Wiregrass Biennial,” Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, Alabama
“37th National Exhibition of American Art,” Chautauqua Galleries, Chautauqua, New York
“59th National Exhibition,” Cooperstown Art Association Galleries, Cooperstown, New York
1993 The Decatur Arts Festival Visual Arts Exhibition, Decatur, Georgia
“The Figure—10 Southern Artists,” Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, Georgia
Meridan Museum of Art, Mississippi
1992 “Dimensions,” Sawtooth Building Galleries, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
“LaGrange National XVII,” Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, Georgia
“35th National Exhibition of American Art,” Chautauqua Galleries, Chautauqua, New York


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum, LaGrange, Georgia
Evansville Museum of Art, Science and History, Indiana
Huntsville Museum of Art, Alabama
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama
United States Department of State, Washington, D.C.


FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS

Alabama State Council on the Arts, Individual Artist Fellowship
Auburn University, Alabama, Competitive Research Grant, for study at Royal Botanic Gardens, London
Huntsville Museum of Art, Alabama, Alabama Artist Award, “Red Clay Survey” Exhibition
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Professor of Art, Auburn University, Alabama