Roberley Bell Still Life #11
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents
The Roberley Bell Still Life #11 collection contains a sculpture created by the artist. The piece is constructed of fiberglass and wire.
- Rochester Institute of Technology -- Faculty (Organization)
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This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Roberley Bell (1955- ) spent her childhood in Latin America and Southeast Asia, before returning to the United States to attend the University of Massachusetts and State University of New York at Alfred from where she holds an MFA. Bell is the recipient of many grants and fellowships including the New York Foundation for the Arts, a Pollock Krasner Fellowship, a summer Fulbright to the Netherlands and a 2010 Senior Scholar Fulbright to Turkey. Bell's Fulbright topic, the City as the Site of Intervention resulted in a series of projects in public spaces. In 2012 she received a Fellowships from the Turkish Cultural Foundation and Dave Bowen Projects. Bell has received several residency awards both nationally and internationally. Including a residency to the Stadt Kunstlerhaus in Salzburg Austria and a Studio fellowship from the international Studio Program in NY. Bell's work has been exhibited in one person and group exhibitions, nationally and internationally including, many art fairs. Bell has completed public projects in Cambridge, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Baltimore, New York, Kaliningrad Russia and Istanbul, Turkey. She lives in a rural community in Upstate New York and teaches in the School of Photography at Rochester Institute of Technology.
1 Box(es) (1 sculpture 1 shelf 1 vase 1 artificial flower)
Roberley Bell's artwork Still Life #11. Roberley Bell is a professor at RIT. Her work has been exhibited in one person and group exhibitions, nationally and internationally including many art fairs.
There is only one work in the collection, contained in one box.
C.S. North, Shelf 387
RIT Art Collection
RIT Art Collection
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was purchased for RIT Archive Collections by Becky Simmons in August 2016. Accession number(s): 2016:031
Finding aid created by Jennifer Roeszies in August 2016.
- Roberley Bell Still Life #11
- RIT Art Collection
- Jennifer Roeszies
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