Angie Piehl


Angie Piehl, Chandelier, 2012; colored pencil on black paper; 42 x 59 in. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Angie Piehl, Coronation, 2017; archival digital print from collage; 38 x 32 in. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Arts/Industry resident Angie Piehl, 2019.

Angie Piehl, Hoard, 2015; oil on birch panel; 36 x 48 in. Photo courtesy of the artist.


April 28–July 27, 2019

Angela Piehl is a cross-disciplinary artist whose work addresses themes of gender and ecology. In her work, she densely layers natural and synthetic forms. Piehl asks viewers to question preconceived notions of nature and beauty.

Piehl grew up near Houston, TX, and earned her BFA from the University of Texas, Austin, and her MFA from the University of Arizona, Tucson. Currently, Piehl is a professor at Oklahoma State University, where she teaches painting and drawing.

Angela Piehl has exhibited widely in national, international, juried and invitational exhibitions. Her work is part of Kala Art Institute's Print Collection, the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art’s Collection, and the New Mexico State University Art Gallery’s Permanent Collection.

She is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver, Colorado.

Arts/Industry is a residency program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. It is generously hosted and funded by Kohler Co. The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) (nonprofit) organization; donations are tax deductible.