Title: Sculptor, Painter, Printmaker
Company: Fran Bull Studio
Location: Brandon, Vermont, United States
Fran Bull, Sculptor, Painter, and Printmaker at Fran Bull Studio, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in fine arts.
A celebrated visual artist with an award-winning body of work in multiple media, Ms. Bull began her practice as a child, developing her artistic voice and skills in Saturday classes at the New York Museum. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Bennington College and earned her Master of Arts in art and art education at New York University in 1980, where she would remain as an adjunct faculty member in painting for the next six years. Ms. Bull was a visiting artist at Towson University during the 1986-1987 academic year and spent 1988 as a visiting painting instructor at the University of Wisconsin. In 2002, she was selected as a visiting artist at the University of West Bohemia in the Czech Republic, and she was the owner and Director of Gallery in-the-Field, a contemporary art gallery in Brandon, Vermont from 2005-2012 where she exhibited the art of local and international artists.
In 2019, Ms. Bull’s book, choose your own title, a book of poetry and art, was published by Damiani in Bologna, Italy. In 2018, she had a solo printmaking retrospective entitled: Flyers (in Catalan: Papers Volants) at the Museu Moli et Paperer de Capellades in Capellades, Barcelona, Spain. Furthermore, she has been honored to be a presenter at the Towson University Geo-Aesthetics Conference, sponsored by the Philosophy and Arts Departments, yearly since 2008. Her touring exhibition, In Flanders Fields: a meditation on War was recently exhibited at the Henry Sheldon Museum in Middlebury, Vermont as part of their 100-year Commemoration of WW1. She has been featured by galleries and museums including the Christine Price Gallery, Woman Made Gallery, and the Karpeles Manuscript Library, and was selected as a Featured Artist by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts in 2002. Ms. Bull is the recipient of an AIGA Award and was named Best In Show at Frontline Arts’ 2002 Food Chain show. She credits her success to the mentors and teachers who have reinforced her dedication to hard work and continual study, especially June Leaf, Barbara Pearlman, and Malcolm Morley. Ms. Bull is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Contemporary Arts Network.
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