Born: June 8, 1936 in White Plains, New York
Education: Graduate of Parsons School of Design and BFA from New York University
Artist's Statement: "Throughout my career, I have attempted to create a social statement which would foster the awareness of the majestic beauty that surrounds us in our everyday existence"
New York Times art critic, William Zimmer wrote"
"The most riveting of the works that carry a social theme is 'Anaconda No. 18' by Fred Nold. Near the Municipal Building in Hastings where the gallery is housed, was a large industrial part that in now unclaimed shambles. Every piece of trash and detritus, including two classic large automobiles from the 1950's is preserved as if in aspic. Mr. Nold's van Gogh-like short brushstrokes signal emotion. That our back is to the Hudson in this painting is a chilly statement".
The New York Times, Sunday, June 16, 1991
Work Featured In the Following Galleries
- Crafters in Cahoots-Plymouth, New Hampshire
- The Artful Eye-Saint Johnsbury, Vermont
Owned and operated the Nold Gallery, 84 Main Street, Ashland, New Hampshire
Owned and operated the Nold Gallery, 2220 J & C Boulevard, Naples, Florida
Waterville Valley winter show
Silver Center, New Hampshire Art Association Show
Waterville Valley winter show
Airplanes were featured in the Speare Hospital Cancer Exhibit
New Hampshire Art Association Show in Portsmouth, NH.
Received the Governor's Award at the City of Manchester National Art Program
Feb- March 2009
Solo Show at the Galletly Gallery at New Hampton School
Solo Painting in Live Auction of "The Year of the Heart" American Heart Association Charity Ball
Solo Painting in Live Auction of "The Discovery Ball" American Heart Association Charity Ball
Painting in Live Auction to benefit the Mental Health Association of Collier County, Florida
Solo Show, "The Norris Center for the Arts" Naples, Florida
Selected Artist for the permanent collect of the "Golden Apple Award" Philharmonic Center of the Arts, Naples, Florida
Group show of "The United Arts Council" in Collier County, Florida.
Twin Oaks Country Club. "The Art of Nature"
Group Show, "Dig the Arts". Naples, Florida
Painting Featured in Live Auction of the "Von Liebig Art Center. Ritz Carlton Hotel, Naples, Florida
Group show, "The Economic and Development Council of Collier County" Naples, Florida
"Gators Galore", Von Liebig Art Center: A public art project. Gator sold for $10,000 and is in the Homan Collection. Gala Auction, Ritz Carlton Hotel, Naples, Florida.
Robb & Stuckey Seminar Series, Solo Show
Solo show "West Wing, Collier County Public Library, Naples, Florida
Jan- March 1998
Solo show Shelbourne Hotel on South Beach. Miami, Florida
Solo show, The Ros Gallery, Indianapolis, I.N.
Solo show, Dobbs Ferry Gallery, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Solo Show, Noel Fine Arts Gallery, Bronxville, N.Y. Exhibited were oil paintings and collages. (Along the Hudson).
Solo Show, "About the Hudson", Westroom Gallery; The Cultural Arts Center, Yonkers, N.Y.
The Gallery at Hastings-On-Hudson, New York; a juried group show of 30 artists, "The Current River View".
Upstream Working Artist forum. Professional Artists of Westchester County
1981 and 1982
Sotheby's New York Avenue Galleries, New York City, for the previews of the Channel Thirteen, PBS Collections televised auction of art and antiques.
The Green Gallery in New Rochelle, New York (Three man show)
Westchester County's Bridge Gallery in White Plains, New York
The Kottler Gallery in New York City. (Three man show)
The Daytop Art Festival in New York City. (Nold was a contributing artist along with Robert Motherwell, Joseph Smith and Moses Soyer.)
Featured in Galleries
Artistic Roots, Plymouth, New Hampshire
Kouskie Gallery, Naples, Florida
Soho South Studio Gallery, Naples, Florida
Back Door Studio Gallery, Naples, Florida
Neapolitan Gallery, Naples, Florida
The International Gallery in New York City
The Neuberger Museum at the State University of Purchase, New York.
The Craftsman's Gallery in Scarsdale, New York
River Gallery, Irvington, New York
Hosted the "State of the Art", television show for five years, sponsored by WDMC which highlighted world-renown artists and their work in the Metropolitan area. The series featured those individuals who support artists and their endeavors: including directors, curators, educators, publishers and historians.