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NANCY GUTKIN O'NEIL
2453 Dauphine Street New Orleans, LA 70117
Cellphone: 504.858.3245
qa@psouth.net    www.nancyoneil.com

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Arts, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, 1970.

WORK EXPERIENCE
My recent work has been primarily large-scale public art projects in laminated float glass, but I have more than thirty years experience in stained glass and cast glass.

AWARDS AND HONORS
Louisiana Office of Cultural Development, Artist Career Advancement Award. 2012.
Maine Arts Commission “Good Idea Grant”. 2003.
Maine Arts Commission, Individual Artist Fellowship Award. 1990.


PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS, 2015-2000
Robert W. Saunders, Sr. Public Library. Tampa, FL. Laminated float glass windows. To be installed Jan. 2016.
Charlotte Art in Transit program. Charlotte, NC. Laminated float glass windscreens for six streetcar stations of the City LYNX Gold Line. Installed June 2015.
Regional Transportation District. Denver, CO. Laminated float glass windscreens for nine light rail stations of the West Rail Line. Installed April 2014.
Mechanics Savings Bank. Lewiston, ME. Laminated art glass panel. 2013.
Utah Transit Authority. Salt Lake City, UT. Laminated float glass windscreens for TRAX light rail station. 2012.
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Nashua, NH. Laminated glass panels. 2012.
Miami-Dade County Dept. of Health. Miami, FL. Twenty suspended panels in lobby. 2011.
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. Fort Pierce, FL. Lobby windows. 2009.
Maine Medical Center Women and Infants Wing. Portland, ME. Laminated glass panels for four lobbies. 2008.
Southern Maine Medical Center. Biddeford, ME. Chapel window. 2008.
Maine Dept. of Conservation. Augusta, ME. Twenty-five transom windows. 2007.
Oxon Hill Library. Oxon Hill, MD. Suspended float glass panels. 2006, 2007.
Tampa Airport, Economy Parking Garage. Tampa, FL. Lobby lightboxes. 2005.
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Hanover, NH. Lobby lightboxes. 2004.
Riverview Psychiatric Treatment Center. Augusta, ME. Chapel lightboxes. 2004.
Dept. of Transportation. Milton, FL. Two lobby windows. 2002.
Airport. Augusta, ME. Lobby windows. 2001.
Oak Park Community Center. Tampa, FL. Cast glass blocks for entry area. 2001.
Sam Nunn Atlanta Federal Center. Atlanta, GA. Sixty windows, each twenty feet high, totaling 150 feet wide, installed in Tower Lobby. 2000.
Marriott Residence Inn. Tampa, FL. Cast glass blocks for entry and lobby. 2000.

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES:
University of North Florida. Jacksonville, FL. Five lightboxes for College of Education and Human Services. 2010.
Eastern Maine Community College. Bangor, ME. Katahdin Hall entry window. 2004.
York County Community College. Wells, ME. Six windows for clock tower. 2002.
Student Life Building, Florida State University. Tallahassee, FL. Main entrance window. 2001.
Pepper Center, Florida State University. Tallahassee, FL. Memorial windows surrounding main entrance. 2000.

OTHER SCHOOL PROJECTS:
Geiger Elementary School. Lewiston, Maine. Library and cafeteria windows. 2009-2010.
SeDoMoCha Elementary School. Dover-Foxcroft, ME. Library/corridor windows. 2008.
Sabattus School. Sabattus, ME. Cafeteria, corridor and library windows. 2005.
Lincolnville School. Lincolnville, ME. Glass blocks for entry. 2005.
Lisbon Community School. Lisbon, ME. Glass blocks for library. 2004.
Winthrop High School. Winthrop, ME. Entry window. 2004.
Oldtown Elementary School. Oldtown, ME. Entry transoms. 2003.
Bucksport Middle School. Bucksport, ME. Library windows. 2003.
Maranacook School. Readfield, ME. Cafeteria and library windows. 2002.

RECENT EXHIBITS and PUBLICATIONS
Exhibit of windscreen designs for Charlotte Streetcar Starter Project. Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, NC. Sept. 2014 - March 2015.
Survey Notes, published by Utah Geological Survey. May 2013. Vol. 45, Number 2. Article about my project "Fairpark Convergence".
"Spineless Wonders". University of Southern ME, Lewiston-Auburn campus. Fall, 2009.
Summer Salon, Filaments Gallery, Portland, ME. July-Aug. 2008.
Group show, "Blue Monday" at Mystic Signs, New Orleans, LA. Sept. 2006.
Part of 2-Person show at Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, New Orleans, LA, Dec. 2003.
Tampa Museum of Art. "Tampa Public Art: A Selection of Recent Projects". May - July 2001.

RECENT HONORS
Finalist, RTD North Rail. Westminster, CO. 2015.
Lead Artist Semi-Finalist, AC-Transit. Bus Rapid Transit Project. Oakland, CA. 2014.
Finalist, SWAT/Bomb Disposal/K9 Unit Facility. Philadelphia, PA 2011.
Finalist, Veterinary Education and Research Center. UF Gainesville, FL. 2010.
Finalist, University of Southern Maine. Lewiston –Auburn. 2008.
Finalist, Mecklenburg County Courthouse. Charlotte, NC. 2008.
Finalist, Bangor Courthouse. Bangor, ME. 2008.
Finalist, City of Atlanta Fire Station Project. 2007.
Finalist, San Diego Airport. San Diego, CA. 2006
Finalist, library project at Eastern Utah Community College. Blanding, UT. 2006.
Finalist, Life Sciences building, Florida State University. Tallahassee, FL. 2006.

EARLIER PROJECTS, EXHIBITS AND HONORS
Finalist, Hillsborough County Public Art Program. Tampa, FL. 2003.
Finalist, Coleman Park Community Center. West Palm Beach, FL. 2002.
Finalist, Recreational Services Facility. University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL. 2002.
Finalist, Aurora Municipal Center project. Aurora, CO. 2001.
Finalist, King County Public Art Program, King County Courthouse project. Seattle, WA. 2001.
Finalist, Broward County Public Art Program, libraries project. Broward County, FL. 2000.
Finalist, Rhode Island Art in Public Places Program, Shepard Building project. Providence, RI. 1996.
Finalist, Miami-Dade Art in Public Places Program, Miami International Airport. Miami, FL. 1995.
Group show, "To Support, To Acknowledge, To Promote", Baxter Gallery, Portland School of Art, Portland, ME. and the Art Gallery at University of Maine, Farmington. 1991-92.