Holly Coulis’s contemporary explorations of the still-life genre have opened up the scope of possibility between abstraction and representation. Her paintings deftly use color and line to build up objects in layers of paint, pushing flat geometry and perspectival shifts to evoke interwoven compositions that mirror, reflect, and expand space.View CV
Museums acquire Holly Coulis's paintings
Blanton Museum of Art has acquired Cat and Mint Light, 2018 and Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art has acquired Vases and Citrus Above, 2020 (the piece is on view in "Evocations: Celebrating the Museum's Collection" through December 22, 2021)
Holly Coulis's solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend was listed in the November 18th issue of The New Yorker
Holly Coulis and Graham Anderson in Group Show at Projekt 105
Graham Anderson and Holly Coulis have work in Interior Constructs, a group show at Projekt 105 in New York, from September 17 – October 24, 2021.
Holly Coulis Silk Scarves
Holly Coulis teamed up with Massif Central in 2018 to create a limited run of silk satin scarves with her work, Still Life on Red, printed on them.
Martha Schwendener reviews "Table Studies," Holly Coulis's solo show at Klaus on Nicthssagend Gallery in The New York Times.
Exhibition catalog for Holly Coulis's Table Studies show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. The catalog has 32 pages, full-color images of all the works that were on view.
A Playful Take on the Still Life
Rob Colvin reviews Holly Coulis's solo show, "Table Studies" in Hyperallergic, October 14, 2017