Matthew Ballou's Profile

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This etsy shop exists to help my wife and I raise funds to help with an international adoption we're working on. If you'd like to know more about it, please see my blog:
http://eikonktizo.wordpress.com/2012/01/01/making-my-work-mean-so-much-more/

MATTHEW BALLOU is an artist and writer living in Columbia, Missouri with his wife Alison and daughter Miranda. He is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Painting and Drawing in the Art Department of The University of Missouri, where he has taught since 2007. Recently his work has been seen in solo shows in Boston and Seattle, as well as in a two-person show in Louisville, KY. His extensive article on the work of Odd Nerdrum was the cover feature in Image Journal's 2006 Summer edition. Ballou has been a contributor to Neoteric Art in Chicago, Illinois since 2009, and Neoteric released a collection of his essays in October…

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  • Joined April 24, 2010

Favorite materials

Reality, Thought, Oil paint, Pastel, Graphite, Charcoal

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About

This etsy shop exists to help my wife and I raise funds to help with an international adoption we're working on. If you'd like to know more about it, please see my blog:
http://eikonktizo.wordpress.com/2012/01/01/making-my-work-mean-so-much-more/

MATTHEW BALLOU is an artist and writer living in Columbia, Missouri with his wife Alison and daughter Miranda. He is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Painting and Drawing in the Art Department of The University of Missouri, where he has taught since 2007. Recently his work has been seen in solo shows in Boston and Seattle, as well as in a two-person show in Louisville, KY. His extensive article on the work of Odd Nerdrum was the cover feature in Image Journal's 2006 Summer edition. Ballou has been a contributor to Neoteric Art in Chicago, Illinois since 2009, and Neoteric released a collection of his essays in October 2011.

See his adventures in art and life at http://eikonktizo.wordpress.com/
See his work at http://www.eikonktizo.com/
Visit Neoteric Art here: http://neotericart.com/
Visit the University of Missouri Art Department here: http://art.missouri.edu/

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