Judy Stone Nunneley

Judy Stone Nunneley is an artist and educator whose creative work encompasses mixed media prints and textiles, installation, and artist’s books.

She has exhibited her work in over one hundred solo, invitational and juried exhibitions in the United States, China, Canada and Australia. Born in Dallas, Texas, she received the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Arts degrees from the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Master of Fine Arts from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln.

She has given lectures and workshops on creativity and printmaking at national and state art conferences including the Southern Graphics Council, Mid-America Print Council, Texas Association of Schools of Art, National Art Cloth Symposium, Art Educator’s of Minnesota, Wisconsin Art Educator’s Association, Nebraska Women’s Caucus for Art, and the National Art Education Association. Art Center teaching experience includes the Split Rock Arts Program, the Grand Marais Art Colony, Branigan Cultural Center, Homewood Studios, Phipps Center for Arts, Textile Center of Minnesota, and Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. She was a Gallery Collective member of the Women's Art Registry of Minnesota, Minneapolis, from 1980-1985.

Among other honors, she is the recipient of numerous awards including the Bush Foundation Grant for College Teaching, Mellon Faculty Research Grant, Alliance of Independent Colleges of Art Research Grant, Target Education Foundation Grant, McGuire Fellowship, Othmer Fellowship, and a National Endowment for the Humanities Research Grant (with Minnesota Public Radio’s Speaking of Faith).

She taught Design, Drawing, Senior Portfolio and Advanced Surface Design at the University of Minnesota for 4 years. As a Professor and Head of Printmaking at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design for 14 years, she taught Graduate Critical Studies, Lithography, Screenprinting, Relief, Advanced Intaglio, Monotype, Letterpress, and Books Arts.

In addition to teaching at the college level, she has worked with K – 12 students as an art teacher and Artist-in-Residence in Minnesota and Texas. She is the Visual Arts Coordinator and Artist-in-Residence at Grand Prairie ISD.