Carrie Markello




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Originally from Buffalo, New York, Carrie Markello, Ed.D, has lived and worked in Texas for the past twenty-five years. Her mixed media artwork has been included in numerous group exhibitions primarily in Dallas and Houston. Markello’s work was included in Lawndale Art Center’s Layered Evidence and Big Show’s for 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2006. In 2003, Markello exhibited at the Art League in Strands, a two-person exhibition with Jay Hill. Her mixed-media paintings were selected by Jerry Saltz for the two-year traveling exhibition, New American Talent, that opened at the Arthouse in Austin in June of 2004. Markello’s paintings were selected by Dominic Molon, associate curator of the Museum of Contemporary Arts, Chicago, in 2005 for the Assistance League of Houston exhibition at Williams Tower. Her mixed-media paintings were the subject of a solo exhibition at Mountain View College, Dallas, in 1996. In collaboration with artist, Linda Hayward, Markello and Hayward created Zone V, a line of dryer lint clothing exhibited in Fotofest 2002 and at Poissant Gallery. Markello teaches art education courses at the University of Houston and is a founding member of Grassroots: Art in Action a non-profit organization that works to support artists and art educators.

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