Lucy Holtsnider combines monotype prints, handmade paper, and found objects to create collages that consider climate change impacts and sense of place. In 2016, she completed Climate Odyssey, a year-long sailing expedition and art and science collaboration her partner, hydrologist Zion Klos. She is an adjunct professor at Colorado College and Marist College. Lucy lives and works near the banks of the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, New York.

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Upcoming Shows

 Solo Exhibition Blind Spots opens September 6th at Womenswork.Art in Poughkeepsie, NY



10 Must-See Exhibits for September, Chronogram, September 2019

2019/Winter New Prints Artist Development Awardees, International Print Center New York,
January 2019

Rivers and Tides: Lucy Holtsnider in the Studio, Women’s Studio Workshop blog, January 2019

Book Arts and Letterpress Sets Creativity in Motion, Colorado College Website, July 2018

Art Review: Concepts by Degrees, Santa Barbara News Press, May 2018

SHE-DEN: Women in Today's World, VOICE Magazine Santa Barbara, March 2018

Lucy Holtsnider Connects Art to Climate Change in the Glass Box Gallery, The Bottom Line, University of California at Santa Barbara, November 2017

Research Discoveries Lead to Art of Science Competition, Daily Nexus, University of California at Santa Barbara, April 2017

First Year MFA Student to Present Work at Annual Meeting of American Geophysicists' Union, UCSB Department of Art, December 2016

Grist 50: Innovators working for a Green, January 2016

Couple Sails through Grad SchoolUniversity of Idaho College of Natural Resources, Winter 2015 - 2016

Climate Journeys Part III: Creating a Map of Coastal Climate Change Adaptation, Guest blog entry, Artists and Climate Change, June 2015

The Art of Science, How a Moscow Couple Plans to Save the World, Inlander Newspaper, April 2015