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Nancy Youdelman

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Betty Potter, 2008 Mixed Media Sculpture 41 X 34 X 4" © Nancy Youdelman
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Ellen's Regret, 2007 Mixed Media W/ Encaustic 59 X 52 X 4" © Nancy Youdelman
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detail Ellen's Regret , 2007 Mixed Media W/ Encaustic 59 X 52 X 4" © Nancy Youdelman
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Trappings, 2005 Mixed Media Relief 47 X 46 1/2 X 2" © Nancy Youdelman
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Rivalry Play, 1971 © Nancy Youdelman
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Twig Shoe, 2007 Bronze Edition of Nine 5 X 10 X 3" © Nancy Youdelman
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Foolish Mistakes, 2006 Mixed Media Relief 48 1/2 X 46 1/2 X 2" © Nancy Youdelman
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Touch, 2006 Mixed Media Relief 18 X 20 X 2 1/2" © Nancy Youdelman
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Buttons & Threads Mixed Media Relief 22.5 X 23.5 X 3 in © Courtesy of the artist and EightModern
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Bonnie Jean Age 9 Mixed Media 15 X 23 X 4 in © Courtesy of the artist and Eight Modern
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Forever Yours , 2013 Mixed Media With Encaustic © Courtesy of the artist & Eight Modern
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Forever Bound , 2013 Mixed Media With Encaustic 1.75 X 6.75 X 2.75 in © Courtesy of the artist & Eight Modern
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Ultimate Party Dress, 2014 Mixed Media 47 X 56 X 4.25 In. © Courtesy of the Artist and TAI Modern
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Pink Boot with Eggbeater, 2014 Mixed Media With Encaustic 15 X 4.25 X 9.75 In. © Courtesy of the Artist and TAI Modern
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
New York City
Birth year
1948
Lives in
Clovis CA
Representing galleries
Eight Modern SFMOMA Artists Gallery
Tags
feminist, Art, Clothing, mixed-media, sculpture
Statement

Nancy Youdelman is a mixed media artist who has been exhibiting her artwork since 1972.  She has the distinction of having been part of the very first feminist art class that was taught by Judy Chicago in 1970 at California State University, Fresno.  She continued her participation in the Feminist Art Program (1971—1973) at California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, where she participated in the internationally acclaimed project, Womanhouse (1972), received her BFA from CalArts in 1973 and then her MFA with an emphasis in sculpture from UCLA in 1976.  She currently lives in Clovis, California and teaches sculpture at California State University, Fresno.  She is the recipient of numerous awards including recent grants from the Pollock/Krasner and the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundations.   She is represented by the SFMOMA Artists Gallery in San Francisco and Eight Modern in Santa Fe, New Mexico.