Hoyt-Weber Design is Emily Hoyt-Weber
Emily Hoyt-Weber is a Madison, Wisconsin based artist who works with landscape and 3d forms to create perceptual experiences. Raised in the Central Valley in California she received her BA in Art and Literature from Humboldt State University and her MFA from Mills College in 2011. She has taught at Mills College, The Contemporary Art School in Austin, TX and Coastal Bend College in South Texas. Her work has been written about in Aether Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, Sightlines, and The Austin Chronicle. In 2017, she received a public art grant in Austin, TX to realize her work Double Arch, a large-scale sculpture attached to a pollinator garden. Her work is in collections in Austin, Dallas, and San Francisco. She was awarded a community initiative grant from the city of Austin, and a Herringer Foundation award in Oakland, CA.