Holly Wilson-Red

As children, we make and wear masks to become anything we want or need to be. We can do anything in them, from being a superhero to a bird in flight. As adults, the layers and meaning of masks deepen and grow. They are a way to represent the different personas that we need or desire to be in life. Masks are an identity that one can live through or hide behind.

Archival Color Photograph
mounted on 1/4″ plexi with museum mount
36″ x 24″

2, 4, and 5 available from the edition of 5

For inquiries, please contact:
The Studio
Mustang, OK 73064 | 405.308.0239

In the Collection of:

  • Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • C. N. Gorman Museum, Davis, California
  • Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin Missouri

Exhibition History

  • The Thread that Connects, Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin Missouri (January 14 – March 4)
  • On Turtle’s Back, Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, Misericordia University, Dallas, Pennsylvania (September 8 – October 11, 2022)
  • Upturned Flower That Travels, The Volland Store, Alma, Kansas (November 6 – December 5, 2021 )
  • Holly Wilson: Talk Story, C.N. Gorman Museum, University of California-Davis
    (January 9-March 16, 2018)