Education

Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT

M.F.A. in Painting/ Printmaking

                                               

Boston University, Boston, MA

B.F.A. in Painting, Magna Cum Laude

  

Awards and Residencies

2013-17   Studio Member, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, NY, NY

2015           Mellon Grant for Digital Pedagogies, Moravian College

2015           In Focus Stipend, Moravian College

2014           Dave Bown Projects Honorable Mention. 

2013            Galveston Artist Residency, Galveston, TX (awarded, deferred)

2012            Artist in Residence, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE

2010-3       Faculty Research and Development Grant, Moravian College

2009            Joan Mitchell Foundation Award Nominee

2008            Artist in Residence, Can Serrat, Spain

2008            Artist in Residence, Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium

2007            Artist in Residence, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO

2005            CACHH, Individual Artist Grant Fellowship, Houston, TX

2005            Louis Comfort Tiffany Award Nominee

2004-5       Eliza Randall Prize, Glassell School of Art, MFA Houston, TX

2003-5       Core Program Glassell School of Art MFAH, Houston, TX

2003            Alice Kimball English Traveling Fellowship 2003

1994-8       Dean’s Scholarship, Merit Based award         

       

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2019          Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE expected

2018          Summer Lightening, Edward Hopper House, Nyack, NY expected

2017           527 Madison Gallery, NY, NY expected

2017          The Breezes at Dawn Have Secrets to Tell, Peters Projects, Santa Fe, NM  expected

2017          One by one they have vanished in the blank behind their names, Project for Empty Space,     Newark, NJ

2016           Between Tongue and Teeth, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY

2015            Lost in the Light, Vanderbilt Mansion, Hyde Park, NY

2014            Ghosts in the Sunlight, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX

2011            by the time I tell you it will all be forgotten, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX

2011            far as my eyes could see, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

2008            and I would shine in answer/ being/ without becoming, PPOW Gallery, NY, NY

2007            not one girl it think/ who looks on the light of the sun/ will ever have wisdom/ like this, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX

2007            even, Heimbold Visual Art Center, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY

2007            if not, winter, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA

2006            then, for just a moment, H. Paty Eiffe Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem PA

2006            there i still my thirst, Women and Their Work, Austin, TX

2005            forever is not enough, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016

Contemporary Portraiture, University of Texas, Arlington, TX

Arachne’s Woof, Litvak Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

New Baroque: An Imperfect Pearl, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Faculty Bienniel, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem PA

Small Works, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY

2015

Faculty Selects, Lafayette College, Easton, PA

(Em)Power Dynamics : Exploring the Modes of Female Empowerment and Representation in America, The Gateway Project Newark, NJ, curated by Jasmine Wahi and Rebecca Jampol. Artists include Ayana Evans, Barbara Kruger, Cindy Sherman, FLUCT, Jaishri Abichandani, Lorna Simpson, Mickalene Thomas, Rachel Mason, Rene Cox, Wangechi Mutu

Un-real, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, (expected)

Speculum Speculorum-Mirror of Mirrors, Elizabeth Foundation, New York, NY, Curated by Mary Dinaburg and Howard Rutkowski

Area Artists Biennial, Siegal Gallery, Iococca Hall, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

Zabardast (fabulous.), Twelve Gates Gallery, Philadelphia, PA Curated by Jasmine Wahi

2014

Higher Learning, CUNY at Lehman College, New York, NY curated by Dannielle Tegeder

Faculty Exhibition, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem PA

2013

For Ed: Splendor in the Grass for Olympic Lad & Lass, Yale School of Art, Green Hall Gallery, 1156 Chapel St, New Haven, CT

Angela Fraleigh and Davin Watne: New Work, Rachael Cozad, Kansas City, MO

The Sweetest Taboo, Red Arrow Contemporary, Dallas, TX

M-Path, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX

Ballet X, Art Auction, Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

5 x 7, Diverseworks, Houston TX

Art papers, Art Auction, Atlanta GA

Masters Re-Worked, Ken Jones Jr., The Grand Eastonian Hotel, Easton, PA

Instrument, Kulturemollan, Lovestad Sweden

The Tales They Told Us, Lexington Art League, Lexington, KY

 

2011-12
Collective Intelligence: Early-Human Narratives, Platform Gallery, IHC, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA

Spaces, FUSE, Allentown, PA

Work from the Compound, FPAC Gallery, Boston, MA

Synthetic Supports: Plastic is the New Paper, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

Faculty Exhibition, Payne Gallery, Bethlehem, PA

 

2009-10
Shadow and Light, Kulturemollan, Lovestad Sweden

Do I know you? Inman Gallery Houston, TX

Some Serious Business, Fowler Center, Bethlehem, PA

Faculty Exhibition, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA

Collected Works, Inman Gallery Houston, TX

 

2008
Learning by Doing: 25 Years of the Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

Transfigure, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO

Dramas: Real and Imagined, Williams Tower, Houston, TX

Art Chicago with PPOW Gallery

Pulse Art Fair, New York, NY (with Inman Gallery)

Faculty Exhibition, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA

Romancing the Skull, Mark Moore Gallery Santa Monica, CA

 

2007
Aqua Art Fair Miami Beach Florida (with Inman Gallery)

The Bees: something swarming something, Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY

Phantasmania, Kemper Art Museum, Kansas City, MO, curator Elizabeth Dunbar

Pulse Art Fair, New York, NY(with Inman Gallery)

 

2006
Aqua Art Fair Miami Beach Florida (with Inman Gallery)

Artissima Art Fair, Turin, Italy (with Inman Gallery)

Reality unchecked, P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York, NY

Luck of the Draw 5, Diverseworks, Houston, TX

Expositions, Space 125, Houston, TX

Drawing Inside/Out, Lawndale Art Center, Houston TX, curator Michelle White

Pulse Art Fair, New York, NY (with Inman Gallery)

 

2005
Aqua Art Fair Miami Beach Florida (with Inman Gallery)

New Texas Painting, Diverseworks, Houston, TX

New Texas Acquisitions, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX                                

Evidence, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX

CORE exhibition, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX

Artists for Tsunami Relief Auction, Phillips de Pury & co., New York, NY

Art LA, Inman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Drama, Romance, Loneliness, Neurosis and many more diseases of the soul, Massimo Audiello, New York, NY

 

2004
48: HOURS Project Row Houses, Houston, TX

Blue Star 19: the anniversary show, San Antonio, TX

Art on the Avenue benefit auction, Houston, TX

Summer Drawings and Some Are Not... Mixture Contemporary Art, Houston, TX.

CORE exhibition, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX

 

2002-03
Diamonds fur kiss Mom & Dad birds. MFA Thesis Exhibition, Yale University Art Gallery

CAA Exhibition, Hunter College NY, NY

Second Year Graduate student show, Yale University Arts Gallery

Work Crew Show, Yale University Art Gallery

 

2000-01
Black Lab Gallery, Seattle WA

The Art Bar, Seattle WA

Zeitgeist, Seattle WA

Benham Art Gallery, Seattle WA

Le Roi Gallery, Seattle WA

 

1998-99
Concord Art Gallery, Concord MA

Boston Art Gallery, Boston MA

George Sherman Union Gallery, Boston MA

Stissing Mountain House Gallery, Redhook NY

 

Exhibitions Curated

Suburban, Wesley Heiss, Project Space, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX.

Out of Time, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA

 

Teaching Experience

Moravian College 2006-current

Rice University 2003-2005

Glassell School of Art 2003-2005

Yale University 2002-2003 teaching assistant Kurt Kauper

Yale University 2002-2003 teaching assistant Sam Messer

 

Visiting Artist/ Lectures

Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas

                 Lehman College, Bronx, NY

                 Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

University of Houston, Houston, TX

Rice University, Houston, TX

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE

East Carolina University, Greenville, NC (expected)

University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH

Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY

NPR, www.kcur.org, Kansas City, MO

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Mo

Moravian College, Bethlehem PA

Webster University, St. Louis, MO

Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX

Bard College, Annandale-on-the-Hudson, NY

Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA

University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA                 

University of Houston, Houston, TX

Rice University, Houston, TX

Glassell School of Art, Houston, TX

Looking at art, Houston, TX

Cracking the Surface: New Trends in Painting, Panel discussion with

Dana FriisHansen and Christopher French, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX

 

Professional Experience

Bemis Center of Contemporary Art, Juror

Lawndale Programming Committee, Houston, TX

Glassell School of Art Juror, Houston, TX

Pittman Award Juror, Houston, TX

Founded Hinged artist group Seattle, WA

 

Selected Bibliography

Frank, Priscilla, Artist Revisits Classical Paintings, Transforming Women From Eye Candy To Heroes , Angela Fraleigh is making the personal political through paint.
Huffington Post November 28th, 2016.

Carter, Lee. The Muse and the Feminist. Hint fashion Magazine November 28th, 2016.


Mellor, Carl. ART Realism And Abstraction Merge In Fraleigh Display
Syracuse New Times, November 23, 2016.


Meet the Everson Artist: 5 Questions with Angela Fraleigh
Syracuse.com October 3rd, 2016.


Mulvihill-Allen, Joane. A conversation with: Angela Fraleigh
Open College of the Arts in the UK, December 12, 2016.


Between Tongue and Teeth, Everson Museum of Art, Catalog with essays by Kelly Baum,    Contemporary Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Jennifer Tyburscky, author of “Sex Museums: The Politics and Performance of Display”, 2016.

Fraleigh/ Werner, Lost in the Light, a unique book collaboration with writer Jen Werner on the occasion of Fraleigh's solo exhibition at the Vanderbilt Mansion in Hyde Park, NY.

Embuscado, Rain. 13 Female Artists Re-Imagine America at Gateway Project Spaces, Sunday, artnet.com. September 13, 2015

Sargent, Antwaun. 13 Artists Explore Female Empowerment in American Art. TheCreatorsProject.com.    Sep 21 2015

Gleeson, Bridget. A Santa Fe Group Show Reveals the Abstractions Within Figuration  Artsy.net. September 4, 2015

Tobin, Richard. (Un)Real. THE Magazine. August 29, 2015

Jahnke, Renee. Ghosts in the Sunlight: Women’s Invisible Histories in Old Master paintings. Elephant Journal. June 21, 2015.

 Sultan, Iman, The Aesthetics of Empowered Womanhood. The Friday Times. FT Issue: 13 Mar 2015

 Zarro, Jennifer. Zabardust at Twelve Gates Arts, theartblog.org February 25, 2015

Ginger, ZARBARDAST SHINES AT TWELVE GATES, hahamag.com FEBRUARY 11, 2015

                 Huete, Betsy. “Angela Fraleigh: Ghosts in the Sunlight” Glasstire. December 24th , 2014

                Baldwin, Rosecrans. “Ghosts in the Sunlight, Angela Fraleigh” The Morning News, December 15th, 2014.

Gregory, Casey, “Angela Fraleigh: Ghosts in the Sunlight”, Arts + Culture Texas, November 5th, 2014

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, 20th Anniversary catalogue, upcoming 2014

Molina, Maria. Hedonist Magazine. upcoming May 2014

Filchik, Ryan., Scolnick Aaron, and Martin, Chase. The New Baroque. upcoming May 2014

Johnson, Kirby. Cover art and spread for Nano fiction Literary Review. upcoming May 2014

Tanya. Rachael Cozad Fine Art Presents Mysterious, Transcendent Paintings By Davin Watne, Angela Fraleigh. Kansas City Star. February 12, 2014.

Walczack, Marek. Instrument, catalog for the exhibition.

Krainak, Michael J. Bemis eBid: 14th Annual art auction invests in digital Process. The Reader, Omaha, NE. October, 11, 2012

Britt, Douglas. Last Call for These Must-See Art Exhibitions. Houston Chronicle. August 19, 2011.

Schulze, Troy. Editorial Recommendation. Visual Art Source. August 11, 2011.

Klassmeyer, Kelly. A Painterly Painter: Angela Fraleigh hits her stride at Inman. Houston Press. August 10, 2011.

Moysaenko, Peter. Hollow. With Erica Wright. Wordchoice. Bomblog. April 19,2011

Schulze, Troy. The Faces of Inman Gallery's "do i know you". Houston Chronicle. Wed., Aug. 4 2010

Klassmeyer, Kelly. An Ancient Impulse: Portraiture is alive and well. Wednesday, Aug 11 2010.

Britt, Douglas. Art exhibits: Portraits, psychedelic pieces worth seeing. Houston Chronicle. Aug. 13, 2010.

Larrson, Frederick. Lövestad i ljus och skugga. July 9, 2010.

Weibull, Hedvig. Skuggor och ljus i Lövestad. Publicerad 10, juli 2010. 10.27

The Body is Topic of Exhibition at Kansas City's Kemper Museum of ... Art Daily Sep 4, 2008

Britt, Douglas. Twoexhibitionsnearend of runs. Houston Chronicle. July 25, 2008.

Cohen, David. “Elizabeth Cooper and Angela Fraleigh, Masters of Chance”. The New York Sun. June 12, 2008.

Cohen, David. Summer Gallery-Going: Hanging Group Shows. The New York Sun. May 27, 2008.

The Museum of Fine Arts Houston. CORE: Artists Residents and Critics. Catalog celebrating the 25th anniversary of the CORE Program. 2008 .

Cummins, Walter. Cover Art. The Literary Review. Fairleigh Dickinson University. Winter issue 2007.

Britt, Douglas. “Three Exhibits Overflowing with Creativity”. Houston Chronicle. December 26, 2007.                    

Carrol, Sean. “Debris December”. Houston Free Press. December 7, 2007.

Green, Tyler. “Phantasmania at the Kemper”. Modern Arts Notes. September 24, 2007

Wolff, Rachel. “Flash Fire: Art Candy” New York Magazine June 19, 2007.

Dunbar, Elizabeth. “Phantasmania” 96 pages, 41 color plates and numerous details, 9.75 x 8.75 inches, ISBN: 978-1-891246-15-9, Library of Congress Control Number: 2007920141, published May 2007, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

Schneier, Matthew. “Fun Funny Feminisms at Brooklyn Fireproof”. Tomorrow Unlimited June 19, 2007

Thorson, Alice. “Phanatasmania: Tough Art for Tough Times…” The Kansas City Star. June 16, 2007.

Kraske, Steve. “Phantasmania” Up to Date, an Interview on NPR www.kcur.org. June 15, 2007

Hackett, Regina. “Painter fraleigh furnishes the heat while TV sculptor Rice provides the light” The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. April 5, 2007

Daily Serving. “Angela Fraleigh” www. dailyserving.comApril 9, 2007.

Shimp, Rachel. “ James Harris Gallery: Angela Fraleigh” Seattle Weekly. March 20, 2007

Graves, Jen. “Girl Trouble: Angela Fraleigh at James Harris Gallery” The Stranger. March 21, 2007.

Thorson, Alice. “Picturing 2007: New Year promises cultural developments of KC’s art scene” The Kansas City Star. December 28, 2006.

Johnson, Ken. “Art in Review: Reality Unchecked P.P.O.W.” NY Times. July 28, 2006.

Marchetta, Theresa. “Interview: Angela Fraleigh” Cantanker Visual Arts in Austin. Summer 2006.

Devine, John. “Houston Review. Angela Fraleigh: forever is not enough, Inman Gallery” Artlies. Issue 49 winter 2006.

Johnson, Patricia C. “Artist’s styles prove seductive: Shows at Inman, Moody galleries let viewers’ imaginations run wild. Houston Chronicle. December 16, 2005.

Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “Grab Bag” Diverseworks surveys Texas Painting—good and not-so-good. Houston press. December 15, 2005

French, Christopher. “Painting Roundup”. Glasstire.com Texas Visual art online, Fall, 2005 www.glasstire.org

White, Michelle. “Studio Visit: Laura Lark, Angela Fraleigh and Lauren Kelley.” Glasstire.com Texas Visual Art Online. Fall, 2005 www.glasstire.com

Morsiani, Paola. "A Conversation on Painting" Artlies 47. Summer 2005

Groover, D.L. and Klaasmeyer, Kelly. "Capsule Reviews: Evidence" Houston Press. May 5, 2005.

Korotin, Joyce. " Drama Romance Loneliness Massimo Audiello" The New York Art World.com. February 2005.

Barliant, Claire. 2005 CORE (exhibition catalogue). Houston: The Glassell School of Art of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

­­­Goddard, Dan R. “Review: “Blue Star 19” decks the walls with variety”. San Antonio Express-News issue. November 2004.

2004 CORE (exhibition catalogue). Houston: The Glassell School of Art of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

Carroll, Sean. “CORE resident art show”. Free Press Houston issue #15

Henderson, Tina. “The Feminine Mystique”. Artsy magazine. November 2002.

Hackett Regina. “Seven good reasons to get back in the swing of the gallery thing”. Seattle Post-Intelligencer. March 23,2001.

Minnick Benjamin. The Artful Business is Booming” Daily Journal of Commerce, Wednesday, February 9, 2000, pg.1.

 

Collections

Kemper Art Museum, Kansas City, MO

Museum Fine Arts Houston, TX

Oil Arts Inc.

Trammel Crow

TPR International