b. 1979, Fort Worth, TX
Lives and works in Fort Worth, TX
2011 MFA, Painting; Texas Christian University; Fort Worth, TX
2004 BFA, Drawing and Painting; University of North Texas; Denton, TX
Casual Luxury Complex; Artspace 111; Fort Worth, TX
Strange Bedfellows; Brookhaven College; Dallas, TX
Relationship Status; Craighead Green Gallery; Dallas, TX
Between You and Me; Tarleton State University; Stephenville, TX
I was never here; Moudy Gallery, Texas Christian University; Fort Worth, TX
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Cult of Personality; David Shelton Gallery; Houston, TX
Garage Gallery; Edinburgh Arts Festival; Edinburgh, Scotland
Two Pad Stack: Timothy Harding and Devon Nowlin; 500X; Dallas, TX
co I action: Group exhibition with work in collaboration with Margaret Meehan; 500X; Dallas, TX
Go Figure; Artspace 111; Fort Worth, TX
lol, brb: A Survey of American Artists Age 28-32 in Zip Code 76107; Gallery 414; Fort Worth, TX
Co-founding member of Homecoming Collective
PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Water Marker and Bridge Monument Mosaics, Chisohlm Trail Parkway, Fort Worth, TX. Project manager for artist Norie Sato during the final completion and installation of a series of twenty mosaic murals for the parkway.
Trailing the Trinity, Clearfork Main Street Bridge Mural. Implementted the design, fabrication, and installation of a large-scale mural for the Clearfork Main St Bridge and managed the fabrication of a second adjacent mural, Oxbow Traces, by Tommy Fitzpatrick. Completed July, 2013.
Regrowth, Fort Worth Crime Lab. Acted as artist’s agent and project manager for Tommy Fitzpatrick, Community ID Public Art Project for the Fort Worth Crime Lab, 3616 E. Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76103
Chickering Road Curb Enhancement Mosaic. 6800-6900 block of Chickering Road, Fort Worth, TX 76116. Designed two mosaics installed October 16, 2008.
Anthony Mariani, “Causal Luxury Complex: Devon Nowlin,” Fort Worth Weekly, May 20, 2015. Exhibition review.
Devon Nowlin, “Social Butterfly with Bite,” Fort Worth Weekly, Feature column authored by Devon Nowlin in interview with Nancy Lamb.
Benjamin Sutton, “Crimes of the Art,” Hyperallergic, April 7