Edie Nadelhaft is a visual artist whose vivid realist paintings and playful glass and mixed media sculptures address the impact of digital culture on human experience, our evolving relationship to the natural world, issues of privacy and power, and a rapt bewilderment at the state of the world.

Edie Nadelhaft's work is in the permanent collections of The Ford Foundation (New York, NY) and The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (Albuquerque, NM), and has been exhibited at cultural institutions including The Provincetown Art Association & Museum (2023, Provincetown, MA), The Fort Wayne Museum of Art (2014, Fort Wayne, IN) and The Yellowstone Art Museum (2014, Billings, MT). Ms. Nadelhaft has presented solo and 2 person shows in New York (solo, Lyons Wier Gallery, 2017, 2020, 2022), (2 person, Frosch & Portmann, 2018), and in Provincetown, MA (solo, William Scott Gallery, 2016). Group exhibitions include The Every Woman Biennial (La Mama Galleria, March 2024), PEAKS, (Frosch & Co, 2023), SPRING/BREAK art show New York, Love Junk, Jason Voegele, Curator (2022), Give Me Some Skin (Sugarlift Gallery, New York, NY, 2021), CHRYSALISTASIS curated by James Austin Murray (Lyons Wier Gallery, New York, NY 2020), Summer Salon: New Works by Gallery Artists (William Scott Gallery, Provincetown, MA, 2017), Misrepresentation, (Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY, 2014) and Better Living Thru Chemistry, (Hudson's at Mass MoCA, North Adams, MA, 2013). Edie Nadelhaft is the recipient of The Edward F. Albee Foundation Fellowship (2020*, Montauk, NY), The Artist In Residence at Platte Clove award (2008, 2018, Catskills, NY) and Artist In Residence in the Visible Vault at The Yellowstone Art Museum (2015, Billings, MT). She received a Fine Arts Painting Department Merit Award from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA (1994) and the Combined Jewish Philanthropies Academic Scholarship, Boston, MA (1993, 1994).

Edie Nadelhaft has been the subject of The Virtual Memories Project Podcast (December 2019), and her work has been written about in The New York Times (New York's Next Top Artist?, July, 2009), Wall Street International (One For the Road, April 2018), The American Scholar Phi Beta Kappa Society, Washington, DC (Portrait of the Artist, 2017), Fjords Review, Volume 3, Issue 4 (Cover Fall/Winter 2015/16), Domino Magazine, (Capsule Collection, Fall 2015), Creative Boom, (Flesh Paintings by Edie Nadelhaft Get Under Your Skin, May 2014), Juxtapoz Online (Flesh & Bites from Edie Nadelhaft, May 2014), Beautiful Surface (The Fleshy Abstractions of Edie Nadelhaft, August 2014), Chronogram Magazine (Cover + Interview, June 2008), The Southampton Press (Artists From Beyond the East End, by Eric Ernst, July 2007) and To Think Like God: Pythagoras and Parmenides, The Origins of Philosophy by Arnold Hermann, Parmenides Publishing (2005).

Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, Edie has lived and worked on the Lower East Side of Manhattan since 1998.