Heather Brammeier

Professor, Painting; Graduate Advisor & Coordinator; Foundations Coordinator

Heuser Art Center 204A


b. 1977, Urbana, IL

Heather Brammeier is a painter whose practice has expanded to include constructing paintings and drawings in space. Brammeier currently has both indoor and outdoor installations on display at the South Bend Museum of Art (South Bend, IN) and the Garfield Park Art Center (Indianapolis, IN). Brammeier won first prize in the 2015 Rooftop Project Space Competition at Lillstreet Art Center (Chicago, IL). The Urban Institute of Contemporary Art (Grand Rapids, MI) selected Brammeier as a featured artist for their ArtPrize 7 exhibition SENSE. Brammeier’s large outdoor installation was subsequently recognized with an honorable mention in Dave Bown Project’s 11th Semiannual Competition. Artist residencies are an important source of inspiration for Brammeier. She has been selected for a variety of residency programs across the country and internationally, including Yaddo (NY), Spiro Arts (UT), The Hambidge Center (GA), The Banff Centre (Alberta, Canada), and Pontlevoy Creative Residencies (France). Brammeier is a Professor of Art at Bradley University, and she is represented by Moberg Gallery in Des Moines, Iowa.

Heather Brammeier's website is linked at this site