Challenging the ability to give and receive information is most important to my practice. When the image is clear It defines its own boundaries and tells you what it wants to be. When an imagine is out of focus, distorted, or gestural it becomes an invitation for our memory, subconscious and imagination to make sense of the subject and what it wants to be. If we accept the invitation, we become active participants in creating the meaning that lies within the artwork in front of us

Nate Szarmach lives and works in Austin, TX. He received his B.A. in Architecture from James Madison University in 2017. Upon completing his degree, Szarmach worked in residential design for several years before embracing his studio practice full-time. Formal Training in design combines with a commitment to contemporary figuration to define the foundations of his practice.


Austin, TX

Bee Cave, TX

Waco, TX

Dallas, TX

Houston, TX

Charlottesville, VA

Keswick, VA

Richmond, VA

Virginia Beach, VA

Leesburg, VA

Washington, D.C.

Charleston, WV

Charleston, SC

Charlotte, NC

Greensboro, NC

Mechanicsburg, PA

Morgantown, PA

Chicago, IL

Princeton, NJ.

Brooklyn, NY

Manhattan, NY

New Haven, CT

Tampa, FL

Orlando, FL

Denver, CO

Boston, MA

Los Angeles, CA

Melbourne, Australia.

Vienna, Austria

Stockholm, Sweden

Zurich, Switzerland

Toronto Ontario, Canada

Paris, France

Sorrus, France

Hong Kong, China

River North Artwalk. 2022   (group)

Decomposure. 2022   (solo)

Sugar. 2022   (group)

False Start. 2022.   (group)

Glam. 2021   (group)

Altered Allusions. 2021   (solo)

Together / Apart. 2021.    (group)

A Shift In Perspective. 2020   (solo)

Headcount Portrait show. 2019   (group)

McGuffey Arts Center: New Members show. 2019   (group)

The Circuit mural exhibit. 2017   (solo)

ArcD Thesis Jurried show. 2017   (group)

Blue Ridge Architects student exhibition. 2016   (solo)

Reframe Presents: 2 / Two. 2016   (group)

SADAH Annual Jurried show. 2016   (group)

Experiencing Lent in B & W. 2015   (group)

Reframe Presents: Fully Human. 2015   (group)

J. Benford Wilford Scholarship Exhibition. 2014   (group)

ArcD Jurried Show. 2014   (group)

Virginia Governor's School Jurried Show. 2013   (group)


  COVER    |    Pepper Magazine | December Issue | Dec. 2022

  Artist Feature    |    Create Magazine | Issue 31 | July 2022

  Show Review    |    Austin Chronicle | Arts Feature "Altered Allusions: New Works by Nate Szarmach at Davis Gallery | April 2021


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