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sculptor

Nick Edmonds, sculptor. Recipient Blanche E. Colman award, 1973, first prize for sculpture, 171st Annual Exhibition National Academy of Design, 1996, Orville Lance Prize for sculpture, 176th Annual Exhibition National Academy of Design, 2001; Fulbright grantee, Japan, 1975-1976, Massachusetts Council for the Arts and Humanities grantee, 1977, Saint Gaudens fellow, 1981, Artist fellow, Berkshire Taconic Foundation, 2004.

Background

Edmonds, Nick was born in 1937.

Education

Student, Ogunquit School Painting and Sculpture, 1953—1956. Graduate with honors, Boston Museum School, 1961.

Career

Professor sculpture Museum School of Milton Academy, 1962—1965, Boston University, 1965—2003, professor emeritus, since 2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include, Sullivan Goss, 808 Gallery, Saint Gaudens Historic Site, New Britain Museum of America Art, University Art Gallery, NorthEastern University, Copley Society of Boston, Represented in permanent collections, National Academy of Design, New Britain Museum of America Art, Tufts University, Wiggen Gallery, St. Anselm College, State University of New York College at Cortland.

Membership

Member of National Academy of Design (Harry Watroos prize and medal 2005).