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Former Artist in Residence Participants

 

Stephen Ausherman, video mapping project at Bernheim, 2012

Stephen Ausherman, video mapping project at Bernheim, 2012, projected on to Paul Field’s Untitled, 1980.

 

The Artist in Residence Program is available to all visual artists in any medium. Applicants may be emerging or established artists on a regional, national or international level. Bernheim will provide living quarters and studio space for the recipient in exchange for a sculpture or artwork, a site-specific sculpture or temporary installation or project as a donation to the Bernheim. The residency must include some form of public engagement. Artists are encouraged to submit proposals that include suggested forms of public engagement that reinforce Bernheim’s mission of “connecting people with nature” and extending that mission with communities within and beyond Bernheim’s physical borders. Artists are encouraged to use this residency to further investigate, experiment, and explore avenues in their work. Bernheim is most interested in work that furthers expands the artist’s work and our understanding of the relationship between visual art and the natural world.

 

Past Artists in Residence

2013 — Mei-ling Hom – installation

2012 — Stephen Ausherman – video

2012 –Nichloas Dowgwillo – printmaking

2012 — David Sharpe and Anne Abrons - painting

2011 — Shinji Turner-Yamamoto – installation

2011 – Heike Endemann, Germany - sculpture

2011 – Todd Smith, USA - performance/sculpture

2010 – Julie Oldham, USA - sound/performance

2008-09 – Yvonne Mullock, England – mixed media/film

2008 – Artist-in-Residence Retrospective

2006 – Hirumo Saiki, Japan – “Soati” sculpture

2005 – Hideki Kanno, Japan — sound installations

2004 – Carlotta Brunetti, Germany — landscape installations

2003 – Pitiwat Somthai, Thailand — environmental sculpture

2002 – Jerry Bleem, Chicago, IL – sculpture

2001 – Barbara Cooper, Chicago, IL — oils, sculpture

2000 – Tomasz Domanski, Wroclaw, Poland — environmental art

1999 – Ludwika Ogorzelec, Le Bianc-Mesnil, France — environmental art

1998 – Karl Ciesluk, Ottawa, Canada –environmental art

1997 – Catherine Arnold, Chicago, IL – painting

1996 – Laura Von Rosk, Bearsville, NY — painting

1995 – Richard Lohmann, San Francisco, CA — photography

1994 – Sandra DeSando, Brooklyn, NY — drawing

1993 – Madison Cawein, Louisville, KY — painting

1992 – Lynn Geesaman, Minneapolis, MN — photography

1990-91 – Christopher Burkett, Veronia, OR — photography

1989 – Ray Metzger, Philadelphia, PA — photography

1988 – Dick Arentz, Flagstaff, AZ — photography

1987 – Nancy Lloyd, Easton, PA — photography

1986 – Barbara Bosworth, Boston, MA — photography

1985 – Clinton Smith, Spokane, WA — photography

1984 – Frank Hunter, Albany, OH — photography

1983 – David Graham, Richboro, PA — photography

1980-82 – Paul Fields, Louisville, KY — sculpture