Angie Piehl, MFA

University of Arizona - Tucson
Associate Professor
Drawing / Painting / Digital Art
Office:(405) 744-6016
Fax:(405) 744-5767
Email: angie.piehl@okstate.edu
Web: angelapiehl.com

 

Angela Piehl - Elegy - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Elegy - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Beetle - Colored Pencil on Black Paper
Angela Piehl - Beetle - Colored Pencil on Black Paper
Angela Piehl - Chandelier - Colored Pencil on Black Paper
Angela Piehl - Chandelier - Colored Pencil on Black Paper
Angela Piehl - Shivaree - Colored Pencil on Black Paper
Angela Piehl - Shivaree - Colored Pencil on Black Paper
Angela Piehl - Mosquito - Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Mosquito - Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Lure - Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Lure - Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Bouquet - Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Bouquet - Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Coronation -Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Coronation -Digital Collage
Angela Piehl - Cluster #1 - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Cluster #1 - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Cluster #2 - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Cluster #2 - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Cluster #3 - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Cluster #3 - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Ingress - Oil on Panel
Angela Piehl - Ingress - Oil on Panel

 

Angela Piehl is an artist, and an Associate Professor of Painting, Drawing, and Digital Art at Oklahoma State University. Piehl has exhibited widely, in national, international, juried and invitational exhibitions. Solo exhibitions of Piehl’s work have been featured at Chashama Gallery in New York City, ARC Gallery in Chicago, Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Leedy-Voulkos in Kansas City, the Indianapolis Art Center, the Hardesty Art Center in Tulsa, the Oklahoma City Capitol Building, and Oklahoma State University’s Museum of Art. Curated and group exhibitions have opened in Miami, Denver, New York City, Lubbock, and Oklahoma City. Piehl has been featured in two and three person exhibitions at Antenna Gallery in New Orleans, Diaspora Gallery in Miami, Artspace Gallery, in Raleigh, NC, the Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachia State University, and Clara Hatton Gallery at Colorado State University. 


Piehl’s paintings and drawings are part of the Kala Art Institute’s Permanent Collection in Berkeley, CA, the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art’s Print Collection, and the New Mexico State University Art Gallery’s Permanent Collection. Piehl’s work can also be seen featured in thirty publications, among them exhibition catalogs, reviews of exhibitions, the drawing textbook Gateways to Drawing through Thames and Hudson Publishing (2018), as well as on the cover of Going Stealth: Transgender Politics and U.S. Surveillance Practices, by Dr. Toby Beauchamp.

Piehl has participated in many public lectures addressing work and research at various conferences, exhibition panel lectures, and at galleries, museums and universities across the country. Piehl has also participated in several highly competitive Artist Residency programs, such as Jentel, Kala Art Institute, Vermont Studio Center, and Chashama. Piehl's research has been supported with nineteen competitive university and regional grants through organizations such as Oklahoma State University Arts & Sciences, and the Oklahoma Visual Arts Council. Piehl is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver, Colorado.