"When I was an emerging artist living in New York City during the 1980s, I turned away from the figurative art I had been making since my university days and, through chance and experimentation, began to make abstract paintings that used paper as a low-relief, textural material on their surfaces. My adopted process of tearing sheets of marked and painted paper into fragments and glueing them in carefully composed patterns onto stretched canvas became a life-long concentration that has primarily addressed how and why haptic art first establishes a “felt,” rather than a simply “seen,” connection with viewers." Will Holub, 2021


Will Holub is a visual artist living and working in Old Lyme, CT. A 2019 recipient of grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and the Connecticut Office of the Arts, his paintings and photographs are included in collections across the USA and in Europe.