Holly Fay’s work has examined ecology and natural systems, phenomenology, ideas of place, the representation of nature, the construct of landscape representation,and environmental disquietude. Fay’s work and has been exhibited nationally and internationally, has received Saskatchewan Arts Board grants, and is represented in public collections — including the Mackenzie Art Gallery, The Dunlop Art Gallery, the City of Regina, and the Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection.
Holly Fay received a MFA from the University of Ulster in Belfast, Northern Ireland and a BFA at the University of Regina. As well as an artist Fay’s practice has extended to curation, writing and mentoring. Fay is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Media, Art and Performance at the University of Regina, SK, Canada teaching painting and drawing.