Resume

Education

MFA    1999    Sculpture        University of Maryland, College Park, MD

BFA     1997    Sculpture        Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Solo Exhibitions and Public Art Commissions

2011

Sabbatical Exhibition, Community College of Baltimore County

Woodblock, screen, and digital prints from 32 editions created at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2010 and 2011

2009 – 2010

Sculpture Visions, Chapel Hill, NC

Large-scale outdoor exhibition installed for 1 year at the Chapel Hill Community Center

2007 – 2009

Baltimore Sculpture Project, Baltimore, MD

Citywide outdoor sculpture exhibition installed at Station North Arts and Entertainment District, Baltimore Convention Center and McKeldin Square over a period of 2 years.

2004

Triaxial Link, Baltimore Visitor Center Sculpture Commission

Permanent outdoor sculpture installed at the Baltimore Visitor Center. Selected by Design Collective Architectural Firm, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, Baltimore Development Corporation and the City of Baltimore

2003

William Niebauer: Solo, Notre Dame Preparatory, Baltimore, MD

2002

William Niebauer: Solo, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Laurel, MD

 Group Exhibitions  

 2013                Balls to the Wall, Gallery 788, Baltimore, MD

2013                24th National Drawing and Print Competitive Exhibition, Gormley Gallery

Notre Dame of Maryland University, Baltimore, MD

2012                Faculty ID: Biannual Faculty and Staff Exhibition, CCBC, Catonsville, MD

2011                mailto: Drift Station Gallery, Lincoln, NE

2011                Guanlan International Print Biennial, Guanlan Printmaking Base,

Shenzhen, China

2011                Excellence in Printmaking, Washington Printmakers Gallery,

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Silver Spring, MD

2010                Confluence of Influence: Faculty Show, CCBC, Catonsville, MD

2006                Art, Design, and Interactive Media Premier Exhibition, CCBC, Catonsville, MD

2006                Sculptors Incorporated, Columbia Arts Center, Columbia, MD

2005                Faculty Show, CCBC, Essex, MD

2003                Sculptors Incorporated, Liriodendron Mansion, Bel Air, MD

2003                Mill Rivers End, Ellicott City, MD

2002                First Triennial Sculpture Exhibition, Providence, RI

2002                Party Animals, Washington DC

2002                Diverse Creations, Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Washington DC

2002                2001: A Sculpture Odyssey, Ellicott City, MD

2001                Al2O3 – SiO2 – 2H2O, CCBC Dundalk, MD

2001                Fish Out of Water, Baltimore, MD

2001                Floor, Decker Gallery Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

2001                Surface, Hodson Art Gallery, Hood College, Frederick, MD

2001                Baltimore Exposure Show, selected venues, Baltimore, MD

2001                Contemporary Forms, Dubey’s Antique Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2000                Faculty Show, CCBC, Catonsville, MD

2000                Inside Out, CCBC, Dundalk, MD

2000                Artscape 2000, Baltimore City Hall’s Courtyard Gallery & the Villa Julie

College Art Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2000                Regional Juried Art Exhibition, Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center

Frederick, MD

2000                Sculpture at Boordy Vineyard, Hydes, MD

2000                2000 Annual Juried Exhibition, School 33 Art Center, Baltimore, MD

1999                Art Facets, Marlboro Gallery, Prince George’s Community College,

Largo, MD

1999                Grandstand Sculpture, Maryland State Fairground, Timonium, MD

1999                M.F.A. Thesis Show, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

1999                Fresh Outlook, Rosenberg Gallery, New York University, NY

1999                Juried Regional Show, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA

1998                Inaugural Show, Chesapeake Arts Center, Baltimore, MD

1997                Incoming Graduate Show, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

1996                Sculpture Biennial, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

 Media Bibliography

2012                Anderson, Kimberly and Carson, Jennifer. ART 101 Understanding Visual

Artforms in Our World, 2nd ed. Dubuque: Kendal Hunt, 2012, p. 390

2011                Kelly, Cindy. Outdoor Sculpture in Baltimore: A Historical Guide to Public Art

in the Monumental City. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University

Press, 2011.

2011                Duvra, Mara. “Intern Perspectives: Excellence in Printmaking.” DCimPrint.          24, February, 2011. Web. 22 September, 2011.

<http://dcimprint.wordpress.com/2011/02/24/intern-perspectives-

excellence-in-printmaking/>

2010                Anderson, Kimberly and Carson, Jennifer. ART 101 Understanding Visual

Artforms in Our World. Dubuque: Kendal Hunt, 2010, pp. 238-239

2009                “Sculpture Visions.” Town of Chapel Hill, Public Arts Office. 15 Sept.

<http://www.ci.chapel-hill.nc.us/indes.aspx?page=1294&gt;

2007                Reddy, Sumathi. “City Seeking to Craft Artful Image.” The Sun [Baltimore,

MD] 3, March, p. 1A

2006                “Triaxial Link,” Emerge Spring, p. 25

2002                Giuliano, Mark. “Sculptors Think Outside the Mold at Montpelier.” The

Columbia Flier [Columbia, MD] p. 34

2002                “Secret Gardens Tour Shows Off Green Gems.” Maryland Gazette 11, May

2002                “Donkey on Display.” Powerline May, p. 7

2002                “PowerWrap.” Powerline Feb., p.15

2001                “PowerWrap.” Powerline Sept., p. 19

2001                “Portfolio.” RISD Views Aug., p. 32

2001                “Artfishal” Baltimore Aug., p. 33

2001                Rose, Jaimee. “Loaded to the Gills.” The Sun (Baltimore, MD) 19 July, p. 7T

2001                Donatelli, Jennifer. “Catch of the Day.” Maryland Gazette 18 July, p. A1

2000                Giuliano, Mark. “Variety Show, This and That at School 33.” City Paper

(Baltimore, MD) 24.14, p. 43

1997                “Department of Sculpture.” Rhode Island School of Design 83.5, p. 69

 Grants & Awards

 2012                Mary B. Bishop and Francis S. Merritt Scholarship recipient

Technical Assistant for Monotype Meets Digital, a two-week workshop at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME, which focused on integrating the Fab Lab and digital fabrication with traditional printmaking processes

2008                CCBC Summer Grant for workshop at Haystack Mountain School of       Crafts, Deer Isle, ME

2007                NEH Summer Institute, Oaxaca: Crossroads of a Continent. Selected to study           the arts, culture, and history of Oaxaca, onsite in Oaxaca, Mexico

1999                Distinguished Teaching Assistant for 1998-1999, Office of the Associate                                        Provost for Academic Affairs and the Dean for Undergraduate                                        Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

1998                Jacob K. Goldhaber Travel Grant, Office of Graduate Studies & Research,

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

1998                Art Department Representative to the University of Maryland Graduate   Student Government, College Park, MD

1998                Distinguished Teaching Assistant for 1997-1998, Office of the Associate    Provost for Academic Affairs and the Dean for Undergraduate             Studies, College Park, MD

1997                Full-time Teaching Assistant, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

1995                Transfer Scholarship, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Related Professional Experience

 1998 – 2000    Artex Fine Art Services, Washington DC.

Art Handler & Transporter

1998                Assistant to sculptor John Ruppert, Baltimore, MD. Built resin bonded sand

molds and cast final pieces in aluminum and copper.

1997                Assistant to sculptor Jay Coogan, Providence, RI. Performed finishing

detailing on 25 larger than life sized figures subsequently

permanently installed at Frisoli Youth Center, Cambridge, MA

1995 – 1997     Assistant to sculptor Paul W. Glasgow, Baltimore, MD. Carved and

permanently installed seven granite sculptures for the Baltimore

Subway Shot Tower Station Sculpture Project

 Current Academic Position

 

2001 –              Associate Professor, Coordinator of Art, Design and Interactive Media

Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), Baltimore, MD

 

Teaching duties include: 3D Design; Sculpture I & II; Printmaking I; Advanced Printmaking; Drawing I; Portfolio Development; and Art Appreciation

 Academic Experience

1999 – 2001    Adjunct Instructor

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

2D Design, 3D Design, and Steel Sculpture

1999 – 2001    Adjunct Instructor

CCBC, Essex and Catonsville, MD

Sculpture I, II, III, IV, Ceramics I, II, III, IV, and Drawing I

 Technical Skills

Metal Fabrication – ARC, MIG and Gas Welding

Woodworking, Stone Carving, and Concrete Casting

Bronze and Aluminum Casting (Ceramic Shell, Resin-Bonded Sand and Green Sand)

Ceramics – Hand Building and Wheelworking, Electric, Gas, and Raku Kiln Operation

Computer Illustration using ArtRage software and Wacom Intuous tablet

Photography – Digital SLR, Film SLR, and Studio Lighting

Fine Art Handling and Rigging

3D Modeling and Digital Fabrication – Laser Cutter, CNC Router and 3D Printer

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