Isadora Stowe

Isadora Stowe

Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States

About Isadora Stowe

Isadora Stowe is a multi-media artist based in New Mexico. She exhibits her work nationally and is represented in many collections across the country and in Mexico. Stowe has a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and a B.F.A and M.F.A. in Painting and Drawing. She has been the recipient of several grants, scholarships and awards for her work, including a recent award for excellence from the New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts. More information about her work and processes can be viewed on her website: http://www.isadorastowe.com

Education

B.A., Cultural Anthropology
B.F.A., Painting and Drawing
M.F.A., Painting, Drawing and Printmaking

Events

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Featured Artist, The Motherhood of Art Book, by Marissa Huber and Heather Kirtland, published April, 2020.

Studio Visit Artist, I like your work podcast, Oct. 2019 www.ilikeyourworkpodcast.com/studio-vis?

Featured Artist Interview, Isadora Stowe Multimedia Artist, The Sensitive Artist, Episode 6, Nov. 6, 2019. https://www.thesensitiveartist.com/the-sensitive-artist-podcast/isadora-stowe

Lauryn Bloz, The Rocky Mountain Collegian, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, “Isadora Stowe turns Curfman Gallery into dreamy biome”.https://collegian.com/2019/09/category-arts-and-culture-isadora-stowe-transforms-the-curfman-into-a-dreamy- biome-for-installation/

Featured Master Interview, Isadora Stowe Zen and the Art of Creativity. The Zen Brothers Podcast, Atlanta, GA Jan. 4, 2019 https://www.thezenbrothers.com/news/2019/1/4/episode-10-everyday-masters-isadora-stowe

Vincent Meyers, Bowerbird, “February FFAT: Retrograde & Shrill”, http://www.thebowerbirdlbk.com/single- post/2017/02/06/February-FFAT-Retrograde-Shrill Lubbock, TX, Feb. 6, 2017

Tanya Aguiniga, Recorded Border Artist Interview, Ambros Project, www.ambosproject.com,Los Angeles, CA, Sept. 2017

Featured Artist Takeover, Carve out time for art Instagram Account, @carveouttimeforart, Oct. 12, 2017

Danielle Krysta, “I’m Jealous of Isadora Fidler Stowe”, Artwork featured on the curating website and blog :http://www.thejealouscurator.com , Dec.15, 2011

ARTIST RESIDENCIES
2017 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson (one month)

2016 Charles Adams Studio Project, Lubbock, TX (four months)

1995 Nesiya Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel (two months)

Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2021-Forthcoming Beacon, Western New Mexico State University, Silver City

2020 Periphery, Gallery Fritz, Santa Fe, NM

2019 Anamnesis, Colorado State University, Fort Collins

2018 Adjacent Possible, Inpost Art Space, Albuquerque, NM

2017 In Theory, University of New Mexico, Gallup

2017 Retrograde, 5 & J Gallery, Lubbock, TX

2017 Congruence, Charles Adams Studio Project, Lubbock, TX

2016 Associations, Juarez Contemporary, MX

2015 Connate, Anne Wright Wilson Gallery, Georgetown College, KY

2013 Transportation Series, Aa Studios, Las Cruces, NM

2013 Map Series, Visit El Paso Offices Last Thursday Art Walk, El Paso, TX

2012 Isadora Stowe, Pop up Gallery Crawl @ Chalk the Block, El Paso, TX

2012 Map Series, Border Senses Publication Artist Exhibition, San Antonio Building, El Paso, TX

2010 Isadora Stowe, M/V/S Studios, Las Cruces, NM

SOLO INSTALLATIONS
2018 Undergo Installation, Here and Now, Williams Hall Art Gallery, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces

2016 Clusters, Installation, ArtLAB, El Paso Museum of Art, TX

2014 Mappings, Installation, Las Cruces Presents, Williams Hall Art Gallery, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces

DUAL EXHIBITIONS
2019 In/Sight (with Sharbani Das Gupta), Roswell Museum of Art, NM

2012 Rhoda Dore/Isadora Stowe, El Paso International Airport, TX

2011 lived:living (with Jordan Schranz ),The Lawrence Arts Center, KS

2011 lived:living (with Jordan Schranz), Las Cruces Museum of Art, NM

PUBLIC MURALS/ART INSTALLATIONS
2020 “Array”, UNM STEM Building, Toas, Art in Public Places, New Mexico Arts

2019 “Welcome” Mural, Casa de Refugiado, El Paso, TX

2016 “Hands” Mural, Collaborative mural designed with Texas Artist, Alberto Carreaga, Volunteer Center for Lubbock, TX