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Neal Galloway

Art Foundation

Neal Galloway is a conceptual artist who addresses the normalcy of over-consumption and the perception of belongings by highlighting a relationship with our environment that is ultimately shaped and materially affected by this consumption. Often through the re-appropriation of discarded materials into art objects that then reference and incorporate the natural world, Galloway explore our relationship to nature, waste, consumption, materiality, and our emotional connection to objects and the landscape.

Galloway is the Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Foundations Coordinator at The College of New Jersey. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in both art and in music from the University of Tulsa, and his Master of Fine Arts degree in 3-D and Extended Media from the University of Arizona.

His artwork takes many forms but are most often manifested as sculptures, installations, or time-based artworks. Galloway has an active and ongoing exhibition record and he has shown a wide range of art at venues across the country including Muse Gallery in Longmont, CO; Trunk Space in Phoenix, AZ; Long Beach Island Foundation in Long Beach Island, NJ; and the Ann Arbor Art Center in Ann Arbor, MI among many others.


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Office: AIMM 337