Resume

 

 

Brian Fee

 

 

 

Education

 

1987

Master of Fine Arts in Painting, Queens College,

City University of New York

 

1985

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, Massachusetts College

of Art, Boston, Massachusetts

 

1984

Yale University Summer School of Music and Art

Fellowship at Norfolk, Connecticut

 

1981-84

Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts

 

Selected Exhibitions

 

July 2011

Couples, Buckley Art Gallery, All Angels Church, New York

 

October 2010

Hope in Making, Redeemer Juried Arts Exhibition, New York

 

May 2008

Art into Action/Action into Art, TNC Gallery, New York

 

February 2007

Redemptive Culture, International Arts Movement at Tribeca

Performing Arts Center, New York

 

August 2006

Eight New York Artists, Two Cities Gallery, Shanghai, China

 

February 2006

Artists as Reconcilers, Cooper Union, New York

 

October 2004

Brian Fee, Indiana University, South Bend, Indiana

 

May 2004

Group Show at Broome Street Gallery, New York

 

April 2003

Cross Show, Ward E.P.C. Gallery, Northville, Michigan

 

July 2000

Group Exhibition, Schloss Mittersill Study Centre,

Mittersill, Austria

 

August-September 1997

Brian Fee/Gaetano LaRoche, Cooper Union, New York

 

 

November 1994

Brian Fee, Art Center at Queens College, New York

 

December 1992-January 1993

Brian Fee, Sanctuary Space, New York

 

May 1989

Brian Fee, Rastovski Gallery, New York

 

January 1988

Discreet Power, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, Illinois

 

1988

Animated Altarpieces:  A Multimedia Fantasy, Cuban Museum

of Miami, Florida

 

1987

Chicago Art Exposition, exhibiting with Bates Gallery

 

1986

Brian Fee/Kurt Eckert, Bates Gallery, Chicago

 

 

 

Honors

 

2002

Luce Foundation Fellowship: Art and Liturgy, Calvin College,

Grand Rapids, Michigan

 

1997

Cooper Union of Arts and Sciences Artist Residency, New York

 

 

1990

Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

 

1985

Pace Gallery Award

 

1984

Ellen Stoeckel Battel Fellowship, Yale University

 

 

Bibliography

 

Jan M. Provenzano, “Discreet Power: Reductive Issues in

Contemporary Painting,” exhibition catalog at Rockford Art

Museum, January, 1988.

 

Bob Townshend, “Brian Fee Paintings at Queens College,”

Queens Ledger, January 24, 1995, 11.

 

 

 

Publications

 

“About Influences,” CIVA Seen, VolumeVIII.1, 2008

 

“Beauty Glimpsed, or If You Get Everybody Making Art,

Something Good Is Bound to Come Out Of It,” Seminars

in Christian Scholarship Website, Calvin College, 2003