We will next be showing Molly Cliff Hilts work as part of our "Habitat" exhibition curated for the Earth & Ocean Arts Festival, opening on 20 September.
Molly Cliff Hilts' work melds painting, photography, and printmaking, using wax, lithographic ink, oil, and graphite. She is inspired by the landscape of the West Coast, creating expressive landscape paintings and studies that depict the play between nature and humankind.
“I am a visual artist whose work considers the synergy of humankind and the natural world, with a focus on relationships and our threads of connection. “
Molly’s paintings have been exhibited Internationally, with solo shows in New York, California, and North Carolina. Her work can be found in notable collections worldwide, including the private collection of Bill and Melinda Gates. She is a member of the Portland Art Museum Education Committee, the Resource Council for LiveWire! radio theater, and is co-founder of the Portland Brooklyn Project, along with writer and Brooklynite Kurt Andersen.