About the Artist
Nicole Pietrantoni (Walla Walla) explores the complex relationship between human beings and nature via installations, artists’ books, and works on paper. She is the recipient of numerous artist residencies and awards including a Fulbright to Iceland, a Leifur Eiríksson Foundation Grant, a Larry Sommers Printmaking Fellowship, and the Manifest Prize. Her work has been exhibited in over 75 national and international shows and is in many collections including the University of California (Santa Barbara), University of Iowa Museum of Art, Zayed University in United Arab Emirates and the Proyecto Ace Print Collection in Buenos Aires. Nicole received her MFA and MA in Printmaking from the University of Iowa and her BS in Human and Organizational Development and Art History from Vanderbilt University. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Whitman College where she teaches printmaking and book arts.
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From the Artist
It’s an incredible honor to be awarded a fellowship from the Artist Trust and I am truly grateful for this generous support. The award not only recognizes and validates the work I have already created, but quite literally invests in my vision and future as an artist. The Artist Trust Fellowship acknowledges that artists need time, space, and funding to make their artistic work a reality – thank you for this incredible gift.