Ali Keller is an abstract artist creating work that is inspired by personal narrative & memory, and rooted in landscape.
Their most recent work looks at the impact humans have on their environment.

ALI KELLER

b. 1992 – Brooklyn, NY

 

EDUCATION

2014 – BFA, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2018 – NHIA Almuni Exhibition, The Bernier Gallery, Rochester Museum of Fine Arts, Rochester, NH
2018 – Everything Happens So Much, Kelley-Stelling Contemporary, Manchester, NH
2018 – Prints + Pots, Chase's Garage, York, ME
2018 – Figuratively Speaking, Kimball Jenkins, Concord, NH
2017 – Selections 2017, Library Arts Center, Newport, NH
2017 – Seventeenth ArtsWorcester Biennial, ArtsWorcester, Worcester, MA
2016 – Inaugural Student Artist Members' Showcase, Gallery 263, Cambridge, MA
2016 – Winter Works, Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA
2016 – On The Map, 3S Artspace, Portsmouth, NH
2016 – Regional Juried Show, Newburyport Art Association, Newburyport, MA
2016 – 30. Below, Kathryn Schultz Gallery - Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA
2015 – Reclamation II: Emerging Female Artists, Nave Gallery, Somerville, MA
2013 – Arches Student Print Exhibition, Boston University's 808 Gallery, Boston, MA
2013 – 30 Under 30, Exeter Town Hall, Exeter, NH
2009 – Drawing a [ ], Concourse Gallery, ECUAD, Vancouver, B.C.

 

AWARDS, MENTIONS, PUBLICATIONS, &c.

2018
The Hippo. "Beyond Landscapes." Sykeny, Angie. Print + Digital.
The Concord Monitor. "See Things Differently at Kimball Jenkins." Mattern, Grace. Print + Digital.

2016
Paint Pulse Magazine Issue 6. Artist feature. Print.
Studio Visit Magazine vol. 34, Open Studios Press. Artist Feature. Print.
Ayris: Creative Arts Journal, New Hampshire Institute of Art. Print.

2015
30. Below, exhibition catalog, Cambridge Art Association, Print + Digital.
Reclamation Exhibition Part I & Part II, exhibition catalog, Nave Gallery, Print + Digital.
Artists To Look Out For - Vol. II, Starry Night Programs, Print + Digital.

2014
External Examiner Report / NHIA / Annual Student Art Exhibition, Linehan, James. Online.
Ayris: Creative Arts Journal, NHIA, Print.