Regina Allen is a nationally exhibiting artist who’s shown in cities throughout the US including Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Nashville, and Austin. Her work has been included in New American Paintings. Regina creates inspiring paintings and collages that use the patterns and colors of landscape, focusing on places where there is tension between people and their environment. Her art sensuously captures the enduring beauty of the land, expressing tentative hopefulness along with her concerns about global climate change.

     Regina grew up in Nashville, TN and received her MFA in painting from the Department of Art Theory & Practice at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, and a BFA in painting and AB in English Literature from Washington University in St. Louis. During her substantial teaching career she's taught in a variety of schools from public universities to private art colleges in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Austin, and is currently a Professor of Visual Arts at Central Texas College in Killeen, TX. She lives and works in Austin, TX with her husband writer Neal Pollack and their son.

Regina Allen,