Madeline Walker, b. 1991, Cincinnati, OH. (She/Her).
Madeline Walker is a Visual Artist working at the intersection of Painting and Sculpture. She creates Sculptural Paintings and Installations that reflect inner and often unseen experiences, pairing digital fabrication with traditional mold-making in unusual ways throughout the process.
Madeline has been featured and interviewed by Molly & Friends, Field Projects , Femme Art Review, and Articulate by PBS. Residencies include Vermont Studio Center, Buffalo Creek Art Center, and most recently, the Socially Distant Art Residency. She was the recipient of a 3 year Art/STEM MFA Fellowship at Utah State University from 2014-2017. She held positions in Upstate as Lecturer at SUNY Oneonta, and Studio Art Technician at Hartwick College between 2017 and 2019. In the summer of 2019 she moved back to the midwest, where her studio was based in Camp Washington leading up to the quarantine. As she prepared for her first solo booth in New York, the lockdown led to her moving out of that studio and into the renovation of her home studio, which she developed and fully moved into during the lockdown.