Faculty Scholarship: Professor Karen R. Beall

Professor Beall

Karen R. Beall
Adjunct Instructor
of Sculpture
and Ceramics

B.F.A., University of Florida
M.F.A., University of Tennessee

Beall is a nationally recognized sculptor and illustrator whose work is inspired by living forms in the natural world. She has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia, and is represented by Solomon Projects in Atlanta. Her work has been featured in the journals Art in America, Art Papers, and Sculpture, and she was commissioned to create a permanent sculpture at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport. Beall recently completed an artist’s residency at Tulane University in New Orleans, teaching and making art based on the unique ecosystem along the banks of the Mississippi River. She teaches ceramics, sculpture, and advanced art making.

Professor Beall's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2015 Celebration

Beall, K. (2012). Garland. Kennesaw, GA: Zimmerman Museum of Art.

Beall, K. (2013). Between the lines. Kennesaw, GA: Zimmerman Museum of Art.

Beall, K. (2014). Bubbling up from underneath. Kennesaw, GA: Zuckerman Museum of Art.