Hollis Chitto

Hollis Chitto

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Albuquerque Journal: Hollis Chitto
I do abstract flowers because I can’t draw.
First American Art: Creating During a Planetary Pandemic | Hollis Chitto
Chitto’s beadwork ... is catching the attention of collectors, galleries, museums, and publications like Vogue magazine. Visually satisfying and dazzling all at the same time, the work is infused with sophisticated designs and color palettes. Each piece exhibits impressive precision.
New Mexico Magazine: Artist We Love: Native Beadworker Hollis Chitto
“In the beginning of my career, I was focused on making things beautiful. I wasn’t concerned with incorporating conceptual or abstract elements—until I created a piece for the Abbe Museum’s Twisted Path series, in Maine, which focuses on the theme of health and well-being in tribal communities.”
Vogue Magazine: Meet 8 Indigenous Beaders Who Are Modernizing Their Craft
Hollis Chitto’s beaded bags may seem too beautiful to use on the regular—but he doesn’t view them that way. “The handbags I make are lined and fully functional, if one were to wish to use them as such,” he says.

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