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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 wild landscape's sharp lines mixed with organic shapes and distinct (yet minimal) color in much of her work.
Using this aesthetic, Corinne explores metaphysical concepts ranging from the intrinsic value of the individual to the problem of pain. Often, she juxtaposes the beautiful with the grotesque and the sorrowful with the joyful in her pieces in order to show the truth of our world in both its reflective glory and fallen mess.
After living in Philadelphia, PA for four years, Holloway has finally returned to Texas with her family and currently lives and works in San Antonio.
Accomplishments / CV
Holloway earn her B.F.A. in Studio Art (painting and drawing) from West Texas A&M University in 2014. Her senior group show was called, "Chromatic" (May 2014) and her Capstone Collaborative Project (with graphic designer Simone Dale) was a book of statistical surveys and portraits called, “Faces of The Panhandle.” Her recent shows are listed below.
2018–2019 – Souls Shot II (Traveling Group Show)
Einstein Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA
Mishkan Shalom Synagogue, Philadelphia, PA
St. Asaph Gallery, Bala Cynwyd, PA
Allens Lane Art Center, Philadelphia, PA
Art Center at Ambler, Ambler, PA
2018 – Let's Connect: Philly's Artists Take On The Barnes (The Barnes & Mural Arts Philadelphia)
(May 21st–June 4th) The Barnes Foundation - Philadelphia, PA
2017-2018 – Souls Shot (Traveling Group Show)
Chestnut Hill Presbyterian Church - Philadelphia, PA
Old City Jewish Arts Center - Philadelphia, PA
Main Line Unitarian Church - Devon, PA
Episcopal Cathedral - Philadelphia, PA
Plastic Club on Camac Street – Philadelphia, PA
Main Line Art Center – Haverford, PA
Pennsylvania State Capitol Building – Harrisburg, PA