Undergraduate Fine Arts

James Maurelle

Lecturer

B.F.A., San Francisco Art Institute

M.F.A., University of Pennsylvania                    

James Maurelle is an interdisciplinary artist, sculpture, video, photography, and sound art are his analog and digital primes. His work investigates the correlation formed between labor and creativity, at the center of this byway is the spirit of his work. Constructing objects and moving images are not unlike creating music compositions, the accompaniment; i.e. tools and materials, are a call and response to dexterity.

His work has shown in solo and group exhibitions in New York, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Austin, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, and San Francisco. He is a recipient of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Fellowship (2015).