top of page
Chloe Wilwerding (she/her) holds her MFA in Printmaking from Rhode Island School of Design (2019) and her BA in Political Science and Studio Art from Middlebury College (2015). She has been awarded residencies at Vermont Studio Center and Taleamor Park and scholarships from Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency and Anderson Ranch Arts Center. She teaches for Rhode Island School of Design’s Continuing Education program and has worked as an adjunct faculty member for Montserrat College of Art. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Nature Lover at Southern Vermont Arts Center and The Landscapes Between Us at Frame 301 Gallery at Montserrat College of Art. Group exhibitions include the traveling exhibition Scatter Terrain curated by Ejecta Projects, Prismatic at Dairy Arts Center, Smart Objects/Flattened Images at Well Well Projects, and Putting the Pieces Back Together at Bristol Art Museum. View her full CV here.
Chloe’s multidisciplinary art practice centers on primordial questions about human experience and explores the complex and varied ways to approach them. Through textiles, collage, digital art, and printmaking, Chloe investigates how we understand what it means to be human. Climate change and digital culture feature in her work as two challenges that require redefining what it means to be human and repositioning ourselves in relation to our environments.
Chloe lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with her mini Aussie, Odin.
bottom of page