Maureen Nollette currently lives and works in Michigan (USA). Nollette’s work investigates inequity and unjust social constructs in a broad sense. She explores this arena by engaging in labor-intensive tracing, stitching, pinning, and painting, sometimes massing seemingly frivolous materials for careful and intimate consideration.

The artist’s work has been included in exhibitions across the United States and China. In addition, her work is in prominent private and public collections including Detroit Institute of the Arts (Detroit, MI); Yves St. Laurent (New York, NY); MGM Mirage Hotel (Las Vegas, NV); j. jill Group (Tilton, NH); and Gerald R. Ford International Airport (Grand Rapids, MI).

Trained as a graphic designer and a painter, Nollette earned a BJ in Journalism from the University of Nebraska, a BFA from Kansas City Arts Institute, and her MFA from Queens College.