Madeline Walker

Caine College of the Arts

Madeline Walker was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, and later moved to Kentucky where she attended Northern Kentucky University. There she received a BFA in New Media in 2014, prior to attending Utah State University. Currently she is a third year MFA Candidate in Sculpture, as well as graduate instructor in Art & Design foundations in the Caine College of Arts. Her work has been exhibited recently at the Chazou Contemporary Art Gallery in British Columbia, Canada, Johnston Farnham Gallery, in Cavan, Ireland, and the Carnegie Art Center in Covington, KY.

From 2011 to 2014, Madeline participated in several collaborations with an ecological focus, dealing with erosion and water quality of the Ohio River. Collaboration continues to contribute to her current studio practice. During 2015, she collaborated with the Urban Design Studio in Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning at Utah State University, integrating the arts into the conceptual phasing plans for the industrial center of the Boise Bench District in Idaho. The architecture and natural systems which she has studied are evident in her sculpture and video work, which are most often units assembled into a larger installation.

Madeline Walker accepts her award from Mark McLellan