Holly Pitre is stewing about time. Time and memory. Maybe is has something to do with her upbringing in the swampy bayou lands of southern Louisiana, where time seems to ebb and flow much like the “terra viscus,” the land that vacillates between liquid and solid states. For the past five years she has been making sculptures, installations, drawings, and paintings that explore ideas of time and artifact. Her most recent bodies of work concentrate on physical transformation as a signifier of time passed.

Holly has shown both nationally and internationally. She lives and works in Brooklyn.

See Holly’s work for 365 Days of Print here

To see more of Holly’s personal work visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hollypitre/

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