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Nicole Salimbene

Nicole Salimbene

Artist Work

Holy Water
Jun 2016
Sculpture - General
60"x48"x4"
Contemplating Water
Oct 2015
Sculpture Interactive Installation
84"x36"x15"
Knowing Your Water
Jan 2015
Sculpture
17' x 4' x 3'
Mending Table
June 2016
Sculpture-Non-Electronic Based Installation
120" x 48" x17"
Mending Waters
August 2016
Sculpture-Non-Electronic Based Installation
60" x 108" x 1/2"
When Pressed
August 2016
Sculpture-Non-Electronic Based Installation
24" x 40" x 20"

Artist Information

County
Montgomery County
Artistic Category

Visual Arts

MSAC Individual Artist Award (IAA)
2017

Artist Bio

Nicole Salimbene (b. Trinidad, CO) is a Washington, D.C. based interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of poetics, psychology, environmentalism and contemplative practice. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Northern Colorado, and has worked in the social service fields and as an arts administrator in the performing arts.  ln 2OO7, she began exhibiting her art, with her first group exhibitions taking place in Nogent sur Oise and Montataire, France. She has continued to exhibit her work in various venues, including the New Orleans Photo Alliance, (e)merge Art Fair, Arlington Arts Center, New York Affordable Art Market, and New Image Gallery at James Madison University. Her 2016 solo exhibition at Flashpoint Callery received recognition from The Art Newspapr (London), Washington Post, Al Tashkeel (Dubai), and Sculpture Magazine. In addition, her work has been reproduced for publications and purchased for private collections. She was a recipient of an Individual Artists and Scholars Grant from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County and awarded a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture/Installation. ln 2012, the Washington Sculptors Croup awarded her the Tom Rooney Prize. She also has led workshops in art as a contemplative practice in affiliation with American University, Clark University, James Madison University, the Lama Foundation, The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, and Ghost Ranch.