Artteca collaborative artist and North Carolina native Damian Stamer received his Master of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Jacob K. Javits fellow in 2013 and his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Herberger Institute of Art and Design and Barrett.
Throughout his career, Stamer has been decorated with several different prestigious awards such as the Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship and the 1858 Prize Finalist North Carolina Arts Council Arts Fellowship.
The artist, who splits his time between his studios in North Carolina and Brooklyn, has had a cumulative of 10 solo and two-person exhibitions with many more shortly forthcoming.
Stamer kicked off last year with an two-artist exhibition at the Sherrick and Paul Gallery in Nashville.
And 2016 started with just as much of a bang for Damian Stamer. In January he was featured in Durham Magazine.
And in the Point & Counterpoint, the North Carolina Arts Council Artist Fellowship Exhibition also in January.
You’ll be able to find his collection on display at the North Carolina Museum of Art this upcoming April-September 2016.
Where can you find Damian Stamer’s work right now? At his solo exhibition, A little past Lake Michie, at the Bridgette Mayer Gallery. “The exhibition features a series of brand new paintings by the artist that examine the landscape Stamer explored as a child growing up in rural North Carolina.”
The artist’s painting, South Lowell 54, was the chosen ad in Art Forum Magazine.
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