"New Orleans," Encaustic, Molly Cliff Hilts (1958- )
Molly Cliff Hilts is an artist whose work is part of an emerging form that fuses painting, photography, and printing using wax, lithographic ink, oil, and graphite. Over the years, Molly has spent countless hours immersed in the landscape of the West Coast, and her experience is embodied in her fleeting views of both nature and humanity.
Molly’s paintings have been exhibited in solo shows in NYC, and she is represented by Allen Sheppard Gallery, NYC and Philadelphia; Eno Gallery in Hillsborough, NC; and the Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery. 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.
Molly lives with her husband and two sons at Double Nickel Studios in Portland, Oregon.
This acquired from the Portland Art museum in 2008.
30.25" tall X 30.25" wide (at sight)
77 cm X 77 cm
32.25" tall X 32.25" wide X 3" deep (framed)
82 cm X 82 cm X 7.5 cm
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