Vaughn Bell

Vaughn Bell is an artist who explores the paradoxes and possibilities of how we humans relate to our environment. She has exhibited and installed her sculpture, performance, video and public projects internationally. Venues for her work have included Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Edith Russ Haus for New Media, Espace Fondation EDF Paris, Brightwater Environmental Education Center, Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Oayama Sculpture Park in Kamiyama, Japan, and many others. She has completed commissioned public art projects, both permanent and temporary, for diverse locations and also consults and teaches on topics related to public art integration and environmental art.

​Vaughn received her MFA from the Studio for Inter-related Media at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, MA and her undergraduate degree from Brown University. She lives in Seattle, Washington, USA.

New Media Gallery 2016-17 (with City Meditation Crew): Meditations on Water

New Media Gallery 2009-10: Thinking Caps

Two papier-mache mountains floating on a black background

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Meditations on Water

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    Jack Straw New Media Gallery Interview: Vaughn Bell