My work is about LGBTQIA+ visibility. From the birth of the modern Gay and Lesbian Liberation movement in the 1970s up until to the present day, my paintings and mixed media work have chronicled the LGBTQIA+ community’s evolution through the lens of my experiences within it. I use varied approaches and materials to examine issues particular to it, such as gender-fluidity, internal structures created to support and protect, the commodification of marginalized groups like ours, resilience during and after tragedy, and the joy of living authentically.


Will Holub was born in 1951 in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. He has lived in New York City (1975-1992), Santa Fe, New Mexico (1992-2006), and now resides in Old Lyme, Connecticut. His paintings and mixed media works have been widely exhibited and are included in private and corporate collections in the USA, England, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands. In recent years, Will has been the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, a MASS MoCA Assets for Artists Capacity Building Grant, and a Connecticut Office of the Arts Fellowship Grant.

Will’s artwork may be purchased directly through this website. Please contact him here.