Using color, shape and surface Hollie Heller actually builds her pieces. It is the this physicality the materials that consumes her process.

Hollie Heller is a contemporary Fiber Artists working in large scale installations.

"She thinks of herself as a painter of sorts, but her colors come from small cuts of fabric, vintage papers, spliced images transferred from photographs or books. She is sometimes inspired by quilters, constructing her mosaic scenes on paper or panels. Other times she covers walls with an assemblage of unusual found materials combined with small objects she makes herself. She is an aggregator, building larger works from collections of her smaller pieces."

--Kimberly Jackson, The Star Ledger

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Architectural Design Show March 2017

  4 DAYS. 400 BRANDS. COUNTLESS WAYS TO CELEBRATE DESIGN. A world of design inspiration awaits at the 16th annual Architectural Digest Design Show on March 16–19, 2017. The world’s leading brands along with today’s top talent come together in a carefully curated presentation of design, offering inspired vignettes by respected brands, design seminars, culinary demonstrations, and special appearances. From…