Angie Zielinski is a cross-disciplinary artist working within painting, drawing and installation. Her work investigates events that are interpreted as celebratory or violent, depending on personal and cultural experiences. Carnivals, fireworks, and war zones consist of moments of fragility, stability, danger and awe; Zielinski explores the underlying fears and excitement found in such events.
Originally from St. Louis, she received her B.F.A. from Millikin University (Illinois), and M.F.A. from Bowling Green State University (Ohio). Zielinski’s work has been shown nationally, including solo exhibitions in Oregon and Ohio, and recent group shows in Chicago and Brooklyn.
After teaching for five years at Idaho State University (Pocatello, ID) as an Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing, Zielinski moved to Tucson, Arizona in 2012 to teach at the University of Arizona. She is currently an Assistant Professor in 2D at the U of A.
"Moving Out", 3"x5", thread on postcard
"Moving Over", 3"x5", collage on postcard
"Moving Up", 3"x5", collage on postcard