Hilary Tolan is a Boston area artist. She was born in Port Jefferson, New York. She completed her Master's in Art Education in the Artist/Teacher program at Massachusetts College of Art in 2002 and she received her BFA from Purchase College, New York. Tolan’s work has been reviewed by The Boston Globe, the Boston Phoenix, Art New England, and Artscope. She has been a resident at the Byrdcliff Artist colony at the Woodstock Guild in New York and was an artist in residence at the Hambidge Center, Georgia. Hilary creates her work using a range of materials including drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture and installation. She has gallery affiliations the Kingston Gallery in Boston and DRIVE-BY/bk projects gallery in Watertown.
Elizabeth Michelman recently reviewed her work in the January 2017 issue of Artscope, “Now That’s Something”.
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