Ron Nadarski was born in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA in 1978. His work has won numerous awards including a Joan Mitchell Fellowship nomination for Painting in 2009.
Solo and group exhibitions include Junto Gallery (NY), The Sherman Gallery (MA) and Shemar Art Center (AZ). Ron has curated several shows including the Boston Young Contemporaries Exhibit
. This exhibit is the largest MFA group show in the country, the exhibit displayed 95 artists from 12 New England schools and was juired by Roger White
, Jackie Gendel
, and Tom McGrath
His work has been recently displayed in several non commercial galleries in Bushwick (NY) including "So Fucking Future", a multidisciplinary group show involving painting, installation and sound recording for a one night opening. Ron also lead an artist talk about wine and art at Point B Worklodge
in Williamsburg (NY).
Ron has exhibited work in group shows nationally, including 345 Gallery (Brooklyn), The Tarble Art Center (IL), Sherman Gallery (Boston), The Harry Wood Gallery (AZ) and the Campus Gallery at Santa Rosa Junior College (CA)
Ron earned a MFA degree in Painting from Boston University in 2009, MA degree in Painting with secondary focus of Drawing from Eastern Illinois University in 2006, and a BFA in Painting from Arizona State University in 2004. As a BU graduate Ron was mentored by renowned artist/painter John Walker
Ron now lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area, pursing his studio practice while engaging the local community with vibrant curated exhibits.