Becky Welter-Nolan is an interdisciplinary artist based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq people, and was raised in Peterborough, Ontario, territory of the Mississauga Ojibway of Curve Lake First Nation. Since receiving her BFA from NSCAD University in 2011 she has worked at Visual Arts Nova Scotia, Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, the Centre for Craft Nova Scotia and is a co-director of Hermes Artist-Cooperative. Her work has been shown at Eyelevel Gallery, the Peterborough Art Gallery, Anna Leonowens Gallery, White Rabbit Open Air Artist Residency, the Centre for Art Tapes and Hermes.
Experimenting with media, textiles, installation and performative works, my work seeks comfort with a sense of jest and futility. Collaborating with those close to me, I examine the landscape of relationships, and the fear of uncertainty and failure.