Stretching upward like trees or drifting across walls like falling leaves, her textile pieces are a contemplative reverie on our origins in nature and the landscapes that continue to sustain us. Ghost Forest offers a space to reflect on the memories that connect us to wild places, and to one another.
Walker is a Colorado-based artist whose work draws on analog photographic processes, digital art and mixed media. She earned a BA from San Francisco State University and an MFA from Florida State University, and has received numerous awards including an NEA Visual Arts Fellowship, Colorado Council on the Arts Fellowship and an Aaron Siskind Award. In addition to creating smaller scale artworks and larger public art installations, she currently teaches media arts at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
This exhibition is organized in collaboration with Walker Fine Art, Denver.