Holly Wilson:
Talk Story

January 9 - March 16, 2018

Holly Wilson (Delaware Nation/Cherokee) is a contemporary multi-media artist. She uses the figure as a vehicle to lure the viewer into her stories. Story by story we learn more about the artist, about ourselves, about the ties that bind and the threads that weave together stories to reveal a larger cultural narrative and identity. She tells stories that are sacred and precious, personal and universal, powerful and at times volatile.

The exhibition features new and recent multi-media works in sculpture, installation, and photography.

The accompanying catalogue includes essays by Jennifer C. Vigil and Heather Ahtone, and illustrates all the works in the exhibition.

Artist Talk with Holly Wilson
& Closing Reception

March 14 @ 4-6pm




Images (top to bottom):

We Need a Hero, 2015
Bronze and patina, (detail)
120 x 144 x 8.5 in.

Bloodlines, 2011
Bronze, patina and locust (detail)
29 x 264 x 9 in.

Paper Wings: Fearless, 2017
Bronze and patina
21 x 23 x 13 in.