CAROL W. KELLER
2016 Ostensibly Stable, Happy Lucky No. 1 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
2014 One Day Something Came to the Window,
Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts.
The Welcome Obstacle, South Gallery, Greenfield
Community College, Greenfield, Massachusetts.
2010-11 Erratics in the Wood, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA.
2004 The Drawn Idea: Sculpture and Drawings, Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst
The Drawn Idea, The Gallery, Mt. Ida College, Newton, Massachusetts.
2003 The Drawn Idea, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, Massachusetts.
2001 40 Drawings, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
1999 Sculpture, Andrews Gallery, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg,
1998 New Work, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
1997 Sculpture, Hiestand Gallery, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
1996 Sculpture, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
1992 Barrows Exhibition Rotunda, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New
1991 Lillian Immig Gallery, Emmanuel College, Boston.
1983 Nesto Gallery, Milton Academy, Milton, Massachusetts.
2023 Quiet Light, curated by Nina Nielsen and John Baker, Concord Art, Concord, MA.
2022 Krakow Witkin Gallery Annual Aids Benefit Exhibition (on-line), Boston, MA.
2021 Building Collage, Design Building Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Krakow Witkin Gallery Annual Aids Benefit Exhibition (on-line,) Boston, MA.
2019 9 x 9, Pulp Gallery, Holyoke, MA.
Dress Rehearsal, Pulp Gallery, Holyoke, MA.Amherst College Studio Faculty Exhibition, Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst
2018 Boston Does Boston XI, Proof Gallery, Boston, MA.
2017 Arts at Amherst Spring Festival 2017 Arts Faculty Showcase, Mead Art
Museum, Amherst College.
2016 FORGET WHAT I SAID, A.P.E. Gallery, Northampton, MA.
2015 Synecdoche: Simultaneous Understanding, Oxbow Gallery,
Northampton, MA, (curated by Deborra Stewart-Pettengill.)
Sheila Pepe: From Space to Place, Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College
(installation, w/group show curated by Sheila Pepe.)
2014 Inaugural (Director's Choice), on-line exhibit, Nielsen Gallery.
2012 Revisions, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn Artists’ Space, Brooklyn, NY.
2011 Chain Letter, Samsøn Projects, Boston.
Amherst College Studio Faculty Exhibition, Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst
2010 InCite Arts Festival 2010: Reunited, Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York,
NY.; Boston University Alumni Exhibition.
2007-08 Sculpture, Etc., Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
2006 Artist’s Resource Trust: The First Ten Years, Trustman Art Gallery,
Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts.
2005 Damien DiBona and Carol Keller, Wooster Art Center, New York, NY.
Landscape 5, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
2004 March Heat and Summer Invitational, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
2003 Faculty Exhibition, Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, M.A.
2002 Sculptors’ Drawings, Andrews Gallery, College of William and Mary,
2001 Biennial Faculty Exhibition, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of
North Carolina, Greensboro.
Works on Paper, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
2000 Vault Series V: Black and White, New Bedford Art Museum, New
Small Works – Big Ideas, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
1999 Nielsen Gallery 35th Anniversary, Part II – New Works, Nielsen Gallery.
1998 Contemporary Sculpture and Sculptors’ Drawings, Rose Art Museum,
Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts.
Sculpture Invitational, Provincetown Art Association Galleries,
1996 The Eighth Triennial, Fuller Museum of Art, Brockton, Massachusetts.
1995 Ordinary Object – Extraordinary Experience, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
Two-Person Exhibition, Galerie Mourlot, Boston.
1994 Summer Invitational, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
1993 Crossing the Line: Abstraction/Figuration, Nielsen Gallery, Boston.
1992 New England New Talent, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA.
AWARDS AND HONORS
2019 Residency, MacDowell, Musa McKim Guston Fellow
Faculty Research Award Program Grant, Amherst College
2018 Senior Sabbatical Fellowship, Amherst College
2014 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
Residency, Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Ballycastle, Ireland
Faculty Research Award Program Grant, Amherst College
Senior Sabbatical Fellowship, Amherst College
2012 Senior Sabbatical Fellowship, Amherst College
2008 Distinguished Alumni Award, Boston University College of Fine Arts
2000 Residency, Bogliasco Foundation, Bogliasco, Italy
Visiting Artist Residency, American Academy in Rome
1999 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
1998 Artist’s Resource Trust Fund Grant
1997 Finalist, New England Foundation for the Arts Fellowships in Sculpture
1991 Prize, International Sculpture Center Competition
1989 Finalist, Massachusetts Council for the Arts Artists Fellowships in Drawing
1987 Residency, The MacDowell Colony
1986 Ingram Merrill Foundation Award
1985 M.I.T. Council for the Arts Grant
Grant-in-Aid, St. Botolph Club Foundation
1983 Painting Prize, Smallworks ’83, University of Massachusetts/Amherst
Ballinglen Museum of Contemporary Art, Ballycastle, Ireland
Cordier Auditorium Collection, Manchester University
Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, Massachusetts
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University
2018 Loreto, Paola, and Lawrence Venuti, translator. houses / stripped, (chapbook), Toad Press, cover.
2018 Corbett, William. All Prose, 2nd edition, "Carol Keller's New Work," (Pressed Wafer), pp. 97-99.
2014 Loreto, Paola. Ada, (poem), Gattili, cover.
2010 McQuaid, Cate. “Danforth finds the ties that bind,” The Boston Globe, December 12, 2010, p. N6.
2006 Loreto, Paola. Addio al Decoro, (volume of poems), Aretusa, cover.
2004 Fife Day, Meredith. “The Drawn Idea: Sculpture and Drawings by Carol Keller,” Art New England, April/May 2004, p. 27.
2003 McQuaid, Cate. “Galleries: Exhibit shows different dimensions of an artist’s evolution: The Drawn Idea: Sculpture and Drawings by Carol Keller,” The Boston Globe, December 12, 2003, p. E18.
Hill, Shawn. “Gallery Gallery: The Drawn Idea: Sculpture and Drawings by Carol Keller”, artsMEDIA, December 2003, pp. 9-10.
2001 Corbett, William. All Prose, “Carol Keller’s New Work,” 2001, Zoland Books, pp. 78-80.
McQuaid, Cate. “Galleries,” The Boston Globe, February 1, 2001, p. C3.
Parcellin, Paul. “Subtlety in tones: Carol Keller – 40 Drawings,” RetroRocket.com: Boston’s Journal of Visual Art, Film and Video, February 2001.
2000 Tarlow, Lois. “Turning Points,” Art New England, 20th Anniversary Issue, Dec./Jan. 2000, pp. 24-26.
Corbett, Bill. “The Nielsen Gallery at 35: 35th Anniversary Exhibition,” artsMEDIA, January 2000, pp. 20-21.
1999 Tarlow, Lois. “Profile: Carol Keller,” Art New England, April/May 1999, pp. 23-25.
1998 McQuaid, Cate. “Galleries: Painted Objects With a Mind of Their Own: Carol Keller – New Work at Nielsen Gallery,” The Boston Globe, December 10, 1998, pp. C1, C3.
Temin, Christine. “Two Blossoms at the Rose: Modern Sculptors’ Two- and Three-dimensional Pieces and Robert Smithson’s Photos Grace Brandeis Museum,” The Boston Globe, December 11, 1998, pp. D1, D2.
1996 Raymond, David. “Carol Keller/New Sculpture at the Nielsen Gallery,” Art New England, October/November 1996, p. 58.
Unger, Miles. “Carol Keller at Nielsen Gallery,” Sculpture Magazine,
September 1996, p. 62.
1980 M.F.A. in Sculpture, Boston University School for the Arts.
1974. B.A., Manchester College (now Manchester University), North Manchester, Indiana.
2004-2021 Professor of Art, Amherst College. 2021- Professor Emerita.
2003-4 Visiting Lecturer in Art, Amherst College.
2001 Artist in Residence, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
1999 Co-taught Summer Sculpture Workshop, New York Studio School of
Drawing, Painting and Sculpture.
1997-2002 Assistant Professor, Boston University School for the Arts
1996, 1997 Intensive Summer Workshops in Sculpture, Miami University,
1989-97 Teaching Associate, Boston University School for the Arts.