Ellen Wilt
 

A graduate of the University of Michigan, Ellen Wilt was a professor in the Art Department of Eastern Michigan University for many years. A few of the most recent highlights from her extensive biography includes;
-Solo retrospect 2003, Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann  Arbor, MI
-State of the Art 2003 Biennial Watercolor Invitational, Siena Heights   University, Adrian, MI   and Parkland College Art Gallery, Champaign,
-Car Bombs 1983-2004, Residential College, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
-Unraveling, 2005, floor installation at Holland Area Arts   Council, Holland, MI

Wilt has been curator of community projects. In 2002, A Room of Your Own Show, (inspired by a Virginia Woolf essay of the same name) involved 179 women with over 3000 viewers at the Guild Gallery's month long exhibit in Ann Arbor, MI . In 2006, a collection of 150 individual interpretations of the story of Adam & Eve was exhibited in these cities in Michigan; Ypsilanti, Holland, and Pontiac. In 2007, the Adam & Eve Show traveled to the Riverside Arts Center Freeark Gallery, Riverside, IL. New interpretations from the Chicago area are added to the exhibit. She has won many awards and is in numerous private collections.

Click on the links below to visit exhibition sites:

Adam and Eve           A Room of Your Own