Nina Beall is a National Endowment for the Arts Grant Recipient, who has had her work represented by several major Galleries in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Florida, Houston, and several other major cities within the US and internationally. Beall's work has been reviewed by well known critics and writers in Art in America, Artforum, The Philadephia Inquirer, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and Houston Chronicle to name a few. Her paintings are also collected by several noteworthy Permanent Corporate Collections, such as Coca-Cola, Prudential, Sandoz, as well as having shown and been included in the Permanent Collections of several museums; The Art Institute of Chicago, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, San Antonio Museum of Art, A&M University's Forsythe Gallery and Collection, The McNay, Museum of Southeast Texas, Washington University; and is widely collected by many noteworthy private collections as well. Beall first began exhibiting her work in Philadelphia just after graduating (BFA Degree) from The University of Texas, Austin, and then had her first major One Person Show at Frumkin Gallery in Chicago, while in her second year of Graduate School at The Art Institute of Chicago (MFA). Her studio is open to visitors by appointment, and she enjoys teaching workshops occasionally.