About the artist
Jillian Sokso is a visual artist working and living in Northwest Oregon. A Philadelphia native, she studied printmaking at Moore College of Art and Design and the University of Delaware. She has exhibited nationally and internationally since 2004, and her work is included in many collections public and private. Recent exhibitions include In the Shadow of the Mountain; As if the Sea Were Nothing, Reynold Gallery, Stockton California, Grafting Ammunition, Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and The Other: Nurturing a New Ecology in Printmaking, Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, Florida. She is a former recipient of the NYFA strategic opportunity stipend grant, and has been an artist in residence at The Virginia Center for Creative Arts, The Women’s Studio Workshop and the Contemporary Arts Center at Woodside.