Art Criticism, Art History, Arts Ministry, Arts Organization, Book Making, Calligraphy, Drawing, Education, Graphic Design, Iconography, Illustration, Installation, Media, Museum/Gallery, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Theology, Works on Paper
Artist / Personal Statement
Corinne Holloway is a contemporary artist whose aesthetic is drastically shaped by growing up in the Texas panhandle. You can see the influence of the mostly-wild landscape's sharp lines mixed with organic shapes and distinct, yet minimal, color in much of her work.
This Spartan aesthetic is one way Corinne enjoys exploring metaphysical ideas ranging from intrinsic value of the individual to the problem of pain. Often she juxtaposes beauty with pain and joy with sorrow in her pieces in order to show the truth of our world in both its reflective glory and fallen mess.
Corinne received her B.F.A. in Studio Art from West Texas A&M University and currently lives in Philadelphia, PA with her husband where she works as an artist.
Accomplishments / CV
2011-2014 Bachelor’s of Fine Arts - Painting (Graduation: May 10th)
Great Books Seminar - Dr. W. Shaffer
Honors Program Study Abroad Art History Trip to U.K. - Dr. A. Von Lintel
BFA Senior Show (May 2014)
Capstone Project (“Faces of The Panhandle” collaborative book project)
Teaching, Lectures, & Demonstrations
2015 Art history discussion series on Francis Schaeffer's, "How Shall We Then live?" video series.
2014-2015 Art & Latin Tutor
2014 Classical Conversations Practicum - Geo-Draw Teacher
2014 Attebury Honors Capstone Senior Project Presentation, "Faces of the Panhandle" book & study project
2013 West Texas A&M Student Research Conference - Art Research Project
2013 West Texas A&M Student Research Conference - Oral Presentation
Academic & Community Service
2013 - Dalhart Art Camp
2013 - 806’s Birthday Silent Art Auction (Proceeds to San Jacinto Christian Academy)- 806 Coffee Shop - Amarillo, Texas
2013 - Restoration of St. Mary’s Catholic Church - Chriss Clifford - St. Mary’s Catholic Church - Umbarger, Texas
2012 - Refugee Outreach Reading Program - Baptist Student Ministries - Eastridge Elementary School - Amarillo, Texas
2012 - Illustrator for ESL training & testing for graduate project - Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX