Nathan Wasserbauer received his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and his BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art. His work deals with the passage of time on micro and macrocosmic levels exploring both elemental and metaphysical concepts.
He has exhibited nationally with Dillon Gallery NYC(2014); Lesley Heller Workspace NYC (2014) and BRIC Arts Media Center in Brooklyn, NY (2013). Internationally Wasserbauer exhibits with Galerie D’Este in Montreal (2014) and has shown with Parisian Laundry Gallery, Montreal (2008); Altier de Appelhaven, Hoorn, The Netherlands (2000); John Cabot University, Rome, Italy (1997).
Wasserbauer has been awarded a full fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center, and the Jentel Artist Residency.
He is professor of fine art with Nassau Community College SUNY and has lectured as a studio instructor with the Museum of Modern Art, Hofstra University, and Kingsborough Community College CUNY. Nathan is an artist in residence in the Chashama Visual Arts Program in Brooklyn, New York, where he lives and works.