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Chris Condon

432 east paces ferry rd
Atlanta, GA 30305, U.S.A.
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  BFA 1995 Rhode Island School of Design 


Grants & Awards 


2010   Fellowship from the Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA

1997 Fellowship from the Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA 

1998 Received a collaborations grant from Fulton County Arts Council to create permanent outdoor sculptures at the Roswell Visual Art Center. The sculptures were based on children’s drawings and sculptures. Roswell, GA.

1995  Outstanding Student Achievement Award from the International Sculpture Center



2014- "3x3" solo show, Copper Fox Gallery, Leiper's Fork TN

2013- "Riaprian" installation , Signature Gallery, Atlanta GA

2012- " Chicks" currated group show, The Bascom, Highlands , NC

2010-  “American Craft Today” , group show juried by Carol Sauvion, 

    The Bascom, Highlands , NC

      “N. E. W. Show” , juried group show,  VAE Gallery, Raleigh, NC  

  “Sculpture on the green” a juried biennial outdoor sculpture,  

    Cashiers, NC

    “Art Sandy Springs Biennial outdoor sculpture show”, juried group show,

    Sandy Springs , GA

    “Birds and a few Bees”, group show curated by Marianne Lambert, 

    Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta GA

2009-  “Nest”, solo show, Signature Shop & Gallery, Atlanta, GA

1998 - Room With A View”, group show, Right Brain Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA

1997-  Trees”, juried group show, Quinlan Visual Art Center, Gainesville, GA

           RISD Alumni exhibition”, group show, Fishbone Gallery, Atlanta, GA

1996-  Old Traditions, New Ideas”, juried group show, Braithwaite Art Gallery

Southern Utah University






2003    Commissioned by the Memphis Arts Council to create a number of sculptures for The Holmes Road Elementary School. Sculptures were installed in the school’s courtyard with the involvement of the students being a key element.

2000 Commissioned by the Fulton County Arts Council to work with elementary school students to create a series of public pieces for the school and area city parks. The sculptures became 3-D illustrations of stories the students and I wrote  

1999 Commissioned by the Atlanta Botanical Garden to carve a Greenman for the Children’s garden.