Randy B. Nutt
Member of OCAG
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I have been creating, exhibiting and selling my artwork for many years. The works are in many private collections, from Nijmegen, the Netherlands to Mountain View, California, and everywhere in between, and as far away as Sapporo, Japan and Tasmania.
Born in Kankakee, Illinois
Married in Lake Forest, Illinois
Aspen School of Contemporary Art, Colorado. Summer, 1968
Parsons School of Design, New York. Summer, 1969
Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1971
Explorations in positive/negative space, mind and nature.
Many works in private and corporate collections.
Orange County Artists Guild, Carborro, NC (2020-present)
Orange County Artists Guild
2020 Summer Virtual Show (July-September 2020)
on the internet
The Nutt Gallery (December 1997-present).
Paintings, Collages, Drawings and Mixed-Media Artwork
by Randy Nutt on the world wide web.
Solo Exhibit: "Thinking is Fun" Jul 1-29, 2016
The Wirtz Gallery
5750 Sunset Drive
South Miami, FL 33143
Solo exhibit of abstract pastel drawings mounted on canvas
Solo Exhibit: "Earthquake Proof" Jun 17 - Jul 23, 2016
6th Street Container
Alternative Art Space
1155 SW 6th Street Rear
Miami, FL 33135
Solo exhibit of mixed media constructions mounted on canvas
Expositie "Lost Angels" 1 Oct - 1 Nov, 2015
Notre Dame des Arts | Kunst Galerie
Rijksstraatweg 37, 6574 AC, Ubbergen
Kunstenaar: Randy Nutt
Solo exhibit of pastel drawings on paper mounted on canvas
Pastel Society of the West Coast
28th Annual International Open Exhibit. (October 2 - November 8, 2014).
Juried Show. "A Part to Play" by Randy Nutt.
Art Center Morro Bay Gallery, Morro Bay, CA 93442
#SeeMeTakeover 2014. Times Square NYC (July 24-26, 2014).
A celebration of SeeMe members' art from all over the world
on a digital billboard display in the heart of NYC.
Regrowth, Renewal and Regeneration. Group show. (April – May 2003).
“Beyond the Cities,” by Randy Nutt. (Mixed media).
Cox Building. University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida 33124.
Books and Books. 2-D World. (September-October 2002).
Collages by Randy Nutt.
265 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida 33134.
Alliance Française de Miami. Two Views. Deux Regards
(October-November 2001). Two artist exhibit.
Collages by Randy Nutt and Decollage by Richard Aidan.
1414 Coral Way, Miami, Florida 33145
Atelier 107. 2D World, Le monde en deux dimensions
(January-February 2000). Collages by Randy Nutt.
107 rue de la Chalouère, 49100 Angers, France.
Victoria Galleries. Terra Y Spazio (November 1994). Two-artist exhibit.
Paintings by Randy Nutt with ceramics by Armando Martinez.
And group exhibit (1994-1995). Works on canvas.
254 Giralda Avenue. Coral Gables, Florida 33134.
Ramble 1994. Fairchild Tropical Garden Invitational Exhibit
(December 1994). Group show. One work on canvas.
Fairchild Tropical Garden, Coconut Grove, Florida
Botanica Tropica. Seventh Annual Royal Poinciana Art Exhibit,
(June 1992). One work on canvas selected by the jury.
One Brickell Square, Miami, Florida.
The International Place (formerly the Centrust Building) Sky Lobby
(April 1992). Two-artist show: David Hanna and Randy Nutt.
Works on canvas (Hanna, Nutt) and mixed media (Hanna).
100 SE 2nd Street, Miami, Florida.
Mind Structures Gallery (1992-93). Works on canvas and paper.
Mayfair Shops in the Grove. Grand Avenue between Virginia
and Mary Streets, Coconut Grove, Florida
Artists of Coconut Grove Alternative Show (1992).
Works on canvas, paper and masonite. Coconut Grove, Florida.
The Merrick Festival (1992). Works on canvas, paper and
masonite. Coral Gables, Florida.
South Florida Art Center Co-operative Gallery (1986-1988).
Works on paper and masonite and mixed media constructions.
942 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida.
Mimi's Gallery. (1986-1988). Works on paper and masonite.
39971 Crosswinds. Novi, Michigan.
Ruth Volid Gallery (1985). Works on masonite (8' X 8') and (4' x 4').
Vision Quest Gallery (July, 1985 - December, 1985). Group show.
Works on masonite (ranging from 2' x 3' to 4' x 4'). Chicago, Illinois.
Untitled (August 1984). A diptych (8' x 4') a privately commissioned
work on masonite for Saul Stone and Company, Chicago, Illinois.
Apex Art Gallery. Group show (March-April 1984). Four paintings on
masonite (4'x 4'), Chicago, Illinois.
Encompassing Art Resources (1982-1985). Works on paper, masonite
and plexiglass. Sizes range from 22" x 30" to 8' x 3'.
Untitled (August 1983). A privately commissioned painting on
masonite for a home (4' x 4'). Los Angeles, California.
Aurelia Gallery. "Heat shields." One man show (1982). Twenty-five
paintings on paper (20" x 25"), Evanston, Illinois.
Urban Rainforest (August 1984). Acrylic on brick (10' X 40').
Giant tropical fantasy plants, commissioned by Hubbard Street Hideaway,
Ducks Taking Flight from Water (1982). Acrylic on sheet rock (8' x 12').
Commissioned for a home. Eagle, Wisconsin.
Sky's the Limit (1980). Acrylic on sheet rock and wood
(entire interior of studio apartment). Chicago, Illinois.
Saatchi Art and TheNuttGalleryShop
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