Articulated Spaces V

Articulated Spaces V, casein and raw pigment on panel, 13" x 17", 2006

Mille Guldbeck completed her education in painting at the Jutland Fine Arts Academy in Denmark in 1985. She received her MFA from the University of Iowa in 1995. Prior to that time she had lived and worked in Europe, completing degrees in Anthropology, Painting and Printmaking. She was awarded a post graduate Fellowship to the University of Zagreb, Croatia, where she studied painting and conducted a large scale photographic project funded by both The Danish Ministry of Education and Knud Hojgaards Fund.  She is currently an Associate Professor of Painting and Graduate Coordinator at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, where she has taught painting since 1999. 

She is the recipient of an Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship, an Iowa Arts Council Grant funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Knud Hojgaard Fund and several artist residencies including the Ragdale Foundation, Anderson Ranch Arts Center and the Vermont Studio Center. She has also completed an artist residency at Hollufgaard in Denmark.

Recent solo and group exhibitions include Melanee Cooper Gallery and Artemisia Gallery in Chicago, Bonfoey Gallery in Cleveland, Hanover College and Northern Indiana Arts Association in Indiana, Cedar Rapids Museum of Art in Iowa, Traveling Museum Exhibition "The American River" originating at the Brattleboro Museum in Vermont, the Toyohashi Museum in Japan, and the Galleri5000 in Denmark. She has been awarded an American-Scandinavian  Foundation Grant for 2006-07, an E.D. Foundation Grant, and has been chosen as the Lois Roth Endowment Fellow for 2007 for her practice in painting.

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