• East Hampton Star Interview 2019

    East Hampton Star Interview 2019
  • East Hampton Star Interview 2019

    East Hampton Star Interview 2019
  • Artness System, Fall 2018

    Artness System, Fall 2018

    Solo on-line Exhibition and Interview,


  • Life As a Human Gallery

    Life As a Human Gallery
  • Light Space Time Gallery

    Light Space Time Gallery
  • Fusion Art Solo Exhibition June 2018

    Fusion Art Solo Exhibition June 2018

    ildy Maze is the Traditional Artist Spotlight winning artist for the month of June 2018. She is best known for her oil and paper abstract drawing and painting collages. These contemplative works were developed with the view that art has the capacity to infuse our experience with awareness of our inherent nature.

    Hildy's Solo Art Exhibition will be featured on the website for the month of June 2018. The gallery will promote Hildy and her work on the Fusion Art website, in Fusion Art's Artsy.net Gallery, individual online press releases to hundreds of outlets, email blasts to over 2000 buyers, collectors, galleries and art professionals, in online event calendars, art news websites and through the gallery’s extensive social media outlets. Fusion Art's objective is to promote the Artist Spotlight winning artists, worldwide, to art professionals, gallerists, collectors and buyers.

    Please read Hildy's Biography and Artist Statement where she describes her history and inspiration in her own words. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see her exhibition.

    If you are interested in purchasing any of these award-winning pieces, or to see more of Hildy's work, please visit her website.

    Also, please visit Fusion Art’s YouTube Channel to see Hildy’s Solo Art Exhibition Video

  • Women in the Arts Award March 2018

    Women in the Arts Award March 2018

    The annual "Celebrating the Genius of Women" awards and art exhibition, event featuring 19 local, U.S. and international honorees of the Women in the Arts Inc. art competition at the Orlando Public Library.


    Hildy Maze, East Hampton, NY

  • Hamptons Art Hub - Best in Show Dec 2017

    Hamptons Art Hub - Best in Show Dec 2017


    Best Fine Art: pointing to the uncontrived by Hildy Maze

    .Hildy Maze submitted paintings that she describes as "abstract contemplative works...developed with the view that art has the capacity to infuse our experience with awareness of our inherent nature, and, along with carefully chosen titles, invite viewers to move beyond the boundaries of the image to a more contemplative consideration of mind in relationship to the phenomena of what we consider object reality."

    Maze writes her work aims to visually capture the internal veils that can obscure clear thinking, including uncontrolled emotions and errant beliefs, on the way to seeing what could become possible with a clear vision.

    "By delving beneath the turbulence of thoughts we can uncover in ourselves a spaciousness behind all the discursiveness, changes and deaths of the world," she writes. "I view this as the most rebellious act of all imbued with social impact and non-conformism to actually recognize and cut through our habitual thought patterns to glimpse this spaciousness. Essentially my work is about all of us and the empty, clear and unconditional nature of mind we all have. When we know the nature of our mind we will know the nature of our world."

    To view more of her art and read her full artist statement, visit www.hildymaze.com

  • Artsy Shark Featured Artist Hildy Maze 2017

    Artsy Shark Featured Artist Hildy Maze 2017

    Artsy Shark Featured Artist Hildy Maze




    ALT-EGOS curated by Scott Bluedorn / Neoteric Projects

    CRUSH CURATORIAL, 68A Schellinger Road, Amagansett, NY
    Contact: Scott Bluedorn - scottbluedorn@gmail.com
    Opening Reception: Friday, April 28th, 6 - 9 pm
    Closing Reception: Friday, May 26th, 6 - 9 pm
    Open also by appointment at: info@crush-curatorial.com

    CRUSH CURATORIAL is pleased to present ALT-EGOS
    curated by Scott Bluedorn/Neoteric Projects.
    ! “In a codified, commodified and often rigid art world, the artist is often stifled and
    forced into a clearly identifiable box in order to be successfully marketed. Galleries and
    institutions often pander according to taste, style and output, a practice that is limiting to
    the artist and often retards or extinguishes the creative mind in favor of consistency of
    brand. Yes, many artists are driven by obsession and fixation on particular forms and
    ideas, but many also explore their art in various channels and mediums - often without
    outlet or exposure.
    ! The premise of the exhibition ‘Alt-Egos’ is to illuminate work by artists that is
    wholly different from that which they are known in the public eye. It is my belief that
    many artists foster multiple creative canons in their investigations of the world, and
    many have more than one outlet for their creativity. The ego in art can be synonymous
    with ‘style’ or ‘manner’, and this exhibition would like to break that mold to offer the
    viewer a new look at the chosen artists oeuvre. An ‘alter ego’ or pseudonym is very
    liberating, it allows the artist to masquerade without self-consciousness, develop art that
    investigates alternative concerns, and stretches new creative muscles.
    ! Artists selected for the show come from many stages of career, genre, mode,
    and creative endeavor. Work selected reflects an alternate portfolio of each artist,
    drawing from early work, experiments, side projects, hidden talents, and even crafts.”
    ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! - Scott Bluedorn, Curator

  • Felan Interview with Hildy Maze

    Felan Interview with Hildy Maze

    Interview – Hildy Maze
    Posted on April 3, 2017, by JENNIFER NICHOLE WELLS


  • The Woven Tale Press

    The Woven Tale Press


    The Woven Tale Press Vol.V#2

    An Art and Literary Magazine

  • Life As A Human

    Life As A Human


    Abstract Contemplative

    By Guest Artist - Hildy Maze

  • Viewer's Comments

    A few comments......

    "j'oubliais l'essentiel, c'est que je suis votre travail depuis quelques temps et j'aime beaucoup ... une belle énergie ainsi qu'une belle spiritualité s'en dégagent .... Phil

    I forgot the main thing is that I have been your work for some time and I love ... a beautiful energy and a beautiful spirituality emerge "
    Philippe Ringlet, Artist 2017

    "Though I don't work in a nonobjective manner my eye and mind tend to see in that manner if that makes sense!? And I appreciate most forms of art but find your creations so wonderfully heartfelt and pure, full of expression at the deepest level of raw communication. I don't think a lot of people, even artists, understand that it is something that isn't easy to do Hildy! What I love about your creations, they allow one's mind and imagination to expand, explore, to investigate, and really look without limits! They open the gates that allows one's Muse to play! "
    Michael L. Murillo, Artist 2017

    "...confoundingly beautiful work, whose luminously layered and subtly encrusted
    surfaces reveal intricate substructures that suggest endless depths of field."
    Maureen Bloomfield, artistsmagazine.com 2016

    “…just went on the computer and saw this big and tears came to my eyes. Very moving” Magdalena Livolsi,Creator 2016

    “I had a look at your site and found the work and your thoughts impressive and life enhancing. 
    Discovering the real is a great way to spend one’s time — congratulations. “ Milton Glaser. Graphic Designer 2016

    "bold and exquisite".....Winifred Rosen, Author and Editor,2016

    “ Maze explores abstract/figurative painting, drawing and sculpture like an archaeologist, presenting ephemeral marks and shapes that speak to the discourse of impermanence, continuing change and the nature of mind. As objects that also symbolize the process of mind, the artist’s rustic representations feature textures and tones that suggest both archaeology and landscape.”
    Jill O’Connor - curator, editor and founder of AS/Studios New York,2016

    “ The work I have before me at this moment in time is by the artist Hildy Maze and has the title Visible thoughts mistaken appearances. To fully appreciate this particular kind of image it is perhaps necessary to refer to art at the beginning of the 20th century when artists such as Picasso, Kandinsky and others were exploring more than one way of viewing art than the traditional static single viewpoint-“
    Anthony Leonard White 2016

    “So beautiful work...the forms are emptiness and the emptiness is form.” Lloyd Brown  2016

    “ fierce beauty unabashed…bravo This is the work of an American artist Hildy Maze- SHE is a master!”
    Heither Midori Yamada - Artist/Teacher at Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

    “This painting shows the artist's assault on those who think emptiness is mere nihilism instead of the totality of what is not the object of thought, senses, and sense objects, yet recognizable at the same time. Not a blankness but the totality of experience and non-experience despite our futile efforts to imagine it otherwise and reify what we think is.” Lee Weingrad, Founder/Director Surmang Foundation, Beijing, China 2015

    “Hildy Maze writes and makes poetry. Her titles are written poetry--as crisp, insightful, provocative, descriptive as a haiku. Her artworks seem to be visual poetry: a visual poem, all at once.” Casey Lewis, Artist 2015

    “ Nobody else is making art this good right now that I'm aware of.....which is doubly amazing because of the sustained excellence.” Casey Lewis, Artist 2016

    “Maze’s work is unique and refreshing... excellent.”  Steve Ripley 2016

  • Silent Auction Surmang Foundation

    Silent Auction Surmang Foundation

    Silent Auction for the Surmang Foundation
    Bejing China
    November 25, 2016

  • The Empty Mirror

    The Empty Mirror


    13 mixed-media artworks by Hildy Maze

  • The Heckscher Museum of Art Long Island Biennial 2016

    The Heckscher Museum of Art Long Island Biennial 2016

    The Heckscher Museum of Art is pleased to present the Long Island Biennial 2016, September 3, 2016 - December 4, 2016. A juried exhibition featuring work by visual artists of Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Inaugurated in 2010, the Long Island Biennial offers Long Island's contemporary artists an opportunity to show their work to a broad public, deepening the connections among artists and between artists and the communities where they live.

    Long Island Biennial 2016 Opening Reception
    September 10, 2016
    5:30 - 7:30

    The exhibition comprises 53 works, selected from 336 entries by jurors Lori Bookstein, Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York; Seung Lee, Professor of Art, Director of Fine Arts and Graduate Studies, LIU Post; and Christina Mossaides Strassfield, Museum Director/Chief Curator, Guild Hall, East Hampton. Paintings, sculpture, photography, works on paper, and mixed media work encompassing diverse styles and subject matter are included in the exhibition. All submitted entries will be posted in the Submissions Gallery on the Long Island Biennial website, providing an overview of current artistic practice on the Island.

  • the awakened eye

    the awakened eye

    investigating the mind through art


  • Art Reveal Magazine no. 15

    Art Reveal Magazine no. 15

    Investigating the Mind thru Art

    excerpt from the article...
    Reflecting on our intimate connection to the environment, I chose to work with environmentally friendly paper and materials making drawings,paintings and collages using oil and powder pigment. The drawing implements are found branches, mostly hake brushes and any thing that creates a mark. I refer to instructions from Trungpa Rinpoche that said art arises from a deep connection between mind and heart, seeing from within. In other words, drawing from pure awareness without visually grasping - beginning from uncertainty, without reference point. I devised a technique which allowed the essential nature to be drawn freely without judgment, to be spontaneous and personal.


  • East End Collected2 Southampton Arts Center

     East End Collected2  Southampton Arts Center

    Gallery Hours
    Thursday - Sunday • 12:00 - 5:00 pm

    Opening Reception
    Saturday, May 7 • 5:00 - 7:00 pm

    Summer Kick-Off
    Saturday, May 28 • 5:00 - 7:00 pm

    Artists Talk
    Sunday, June 5 • 2:00 pm

  • ARTROM Network Project, Rome Italy

    Art of Contemplation

    First place Award

  • Selected Awards 2013-2015

    ArtVenice Biennale 3,Biennale Roadshow, Biennale in a Biennale, Via Garibaldi,Venice
    Artrom International Network,Art of Contemplation,1st place winner,curated exhibition,Rome,Italy

    Ceres Gallery,First Award winner,curator Lauren Hinkson Guggenheim Museum,NYC
    Biennial Roadshow Marfa Winner,Painting
    Boston Biennial 3,Atlantic Works Gallery,winner,Boston,Mass.
    ArtSlant, Winner, 5th 2014 Showcase,Drawing
    ArtSlant, Winner, 4th 2014 Showcase,Drawing
    ArtSlant, Winner, 3rd 2014 Showcase,Drawing
    ArtSlant, Winner, 1st Showcase 2014, Drawing

    Leading Artists Gallery,Colorful,Winner,Painting
    Art Scene Today, Finalist “The World Through My Eyes” virtual exhibition
    ArtSlant, Winner, 4th,6th,7th,8th 2013 Showcase Winner, Drawing
    IGLLLOO International Art Prize, winner, virtual exhibition

  • Art by America, A National Review of Two-Dimensional Contemporary Art

    Art by America, A National Review of Two-Dimensional Contemporary Art

    Jurors: James Yood, Art Educator with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Critic and Essayist with Artforum, GLASS magazine, art ltd., Visual Art Source and Aperture, and Ginny Voedisch, Art Historian and Lecturer at the Art Institute Museum of Chicago

    Exhibition Dates: June 1-30, 2015
    Opening Reception: June 6, 2015, 2-7 PM

    The jury for this prestigious, first annual “Art by America, A National Review of Two-Dimensional Contemporary Art” project is James Yood and Ginny Voedisch. The national exhibition featuring 250 artists will be curated by Rebecca George, Founder/Director of The Art House and Faculty at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Arthur Connor, Owner/Director of Arts on Elston gallery. The exhibition will span both galleries which are located on the 3400 block of North Albany in Chicago, and will be a well-publicized event.

  • Texas National, SFA Gallery,curated by Zhi Lin, Nacogdoches,TX

    Texas National, SFA Gallery,curated by Zhi Lin, Nacogdoches,TX


  • *B.J. Spoke Gallery*

    Expo 34
    curated by Adrienne Rooney, Curatorial Assistant of the Whitney Museum of American Art.NY

    299 Main Street, Huntington NY 11743

    Exhibition scheduled for April 2015

  • *Contemporary Women Artists XVII *

    Reimagining Femmage
    an international biennial exhibit
    juried/curated by Lisa Melandri, Executive Director of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM)

    February 20 – April 3, 2015 
    Juror's presentation:  Friday February 20, 5-6:00 pm
    Reception: Friday February 20, 6-8:00 pm 
    Foundry Art Centre, 520 North Main Center, St. Charles MO 63301

  • WoCA Projects

    Fort Worth, Texas (October 20, 2014)– WoCA Projects will hold an opening reception on Friday, October 31st, 2014 from 6-8:30 p.m. for the international juried exhibition, Material Matters, exploring the practice of material and medium experimentation as a platform for social and cultural commentary. Material Matters was juried by Erin Cluley, Owner and Director of Erin Cluley Gallery in Dallas, Texas, and features selected artists examining structure, mark-making, memory, abstraction, space, and texture (amongst many other themes) through a variety of mediums.
    In this exhibition representing 15 artists from across the country, Material Matters showcases a diversity of thought and application; in which art is used to expand our literacy and references for society.

    WoCA Projects
    2902 Race Street, Suite 100
    Fort Worth, Texas 76111

  • WAH Center,Williamsburg Art & Historical Center

    WAH Center,Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
    Over the Edge:Paper Unbound
    344 Grand St. #3

    Sat. Dec. 6 - Sun Jan. 4, 2015
    Opening Reception:Saturday Dec 6th 4-6
    Juried by Claire Gilman, Curator at the Drawing Center
    Curated by Yuko Nii, Assisted by Rebecca Cuomo

  • WAH Center,Williamsburg Art & Historical Center

    WAH Center,Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
    Over the Edge:Paper Unbound
    344 Grand St. #3

    Sat. Dec. 6 - Sun Jan. 4, 2015
    Opening Reception:Saturday Dec 6th 4-6
    Juried by Claire Gilman, Curator at the Drawing Center
    Curated by Yuko Nii, Assisted by Rebecca Cuomo

  • Koehnline Museum of Art

    Gendering Desire: Liberation, Power, and Pleasure
    A Juried Exhibition of Art by Women
    Sponsored by the Koehnline Museum of Art and Women’s and Gender Studies at Oakton Community College

    Koehnline Museum of Art, Oakton Community College, 1600 East Golf Road, Des Plaines, IL,

    The exhibit runs October 2 - 24, 2014.

    A public reception will be held Thursday, October 2, from 5 to 8 p.m

  • Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014

    Biennial Roadshow Marfa,Texas

    Selected artists were presented in a digital display at The Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 Hoodang* (that is a reception for you non Texans) held at El Cosmico, a 18 acre nomadic hotel and campground in Marfa, Texas. The Biennial Project’s massive entourage stayed in Marfa that entire week to promote the show to local contemporary artists, residents and gallerists. This is better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.
    You may ask why Marfa, Texas. Well for those of you who might not know, get all fired up because this tiny town perched on the high plains of the Chihuahua desert is nothing less than an arts world station of the cross, like Art Basel in Miami, or Documenta in Germany. It’s a blue-chip arts destination for the sort of glamorous scenesters who visit Amsterdam for the Rijksmuseum and the drugs. It all started when the acclaimed minimalist artist Donald Judd left New York City in the 1970s for this dusty dot of a town, wanting to escape the art scene he claimed to disdain. With the help of the DIA Foundation, Judd acquired an entire Army base, and before he died in 1994 he filled it with art, including light installations by Dan Flavin and Judd’s own signature boxes. Now it’s a whole creative community.

  • Invitational silent auctions August 2014

    Art Against Addiction,invitational silent auction,Ashawagh Hall
    curator Karen Mannix
    East Hampton,NY

    Live Out Loud, Invitational Silent Auction
    Private Home, East Hampton,NY

  • Boston Biennial 3 2014

    Boston Biennial 3,
    Atlantic Works Gallery,

    Boston Biennial 3 2014 youtu.be/3WxEMXmQXBw 6:04,13:41,16:33,17:44


  • Artist portfolio Magazine

  • Ceres Gallery

    Ceres Gallery
    547 West 27th St Suite 201 New York, NY 10001
    MAY 28 – JUNE 21, 2014

    Lauren Hinkson,Assistant Curator
    Guggenheim Museum, NYC

    Reception Thursday, May 29, 2014

  • Woman Made Gallery

    Woman Made Gallery
    Annual Gala 2014
     April 25, 2014, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

    Reflect with us on 22 years of providing opportunities for women artists on
    Friday, April 25th
    Ignite Glass Studio
    401 N. Armour, Chicago IL 60642.

    This is a great occasion to support Woman Made Gallery, which cultivates and promotes the diverse contributions of women in the arts through exhibitions and other programs that serve, educate and enrich the community.
    Delicious appetizers are provided and there will be have an open bar.

    Admission tickets are $75 prepaid or $85 at the door with all proceeds benefiting WMG and its programs.  
    The Gala will take place at at Ignite Glass Studio, 401 N. Armour, Chicago IL 60642. Tickets and sponsorships may be purchased by calling (312) 738-0400 or visiting www.womanmade.org.

  • ViewPoints 2014

    SMI’s 17th Annual Exhibition

    ViewPoints 2014
    aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art

    Exhibition Dates: June 4 – 28, 2014
Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 6-9pm

    aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art
    591 Broad Street, Newark,NJ

    Juror: Sue Scott

  • Sixth Annual Kreft Juried Exhibit: “Memory”

    Kreft Concordia Gallery
    Kreft Juried Exhibition
    Concordia University Ann Arbor
    Kreft Center for the Arts
    4090 Geddes Road
    Ann Arbor, MI 48105

    WHEN:            March 4 – April 6
    Reception and curator’s gallery talk: Friday, March 14, 7:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.
    WHERE:         Kreft Center Gallery
    Free and open to the public
    Memory plays a role in the arts as both subject and process, as both pathway and obstacle to artistic production. An essential attribute of consciousness itself, memory is critical to every form of cultural and intellectual work, from the public memory engaged in by the historian and social scientist, to the private memory of the poet, the biographer, the memoirist, and particularly the visual artist. The exhibit explores concepts of memory, remembering, and memorializing, as artists register memory’s varied impact on their lives ad work.

    Reception March 14 7-9PM

  • Woman Made Gallery

    Woman Made Gallery
    685 N. Milwaukee Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60642 

    DATES OF EXHIBITION:  January 17 to February 27, 2014
    WCA ARTIST RECEPTION:  Friday, February 27,2014


  • 440 Gallery

    Annual Small Works Show
    December 12, 2013 - January 12, 2014

    440 Gallery
    440 Sixth Avenue
    Brooklyn New York 11215

  • Mills Pond House Gallery

    Mills Pond House Gallery
    Childhood Memories
    Juried by Seung Lee
    Opening October 19- November 23, 2013

  • ArtSlant - 8th 2013 August Showcase Winner

    ArtSlant - 8th 2013 August Showcase Winner
    Drawing category

  • *Artist Portfolio Magazine*

  • *Artist Portfolio Magazine*

  • *ArtSlant - 7th 2013 Showcase Winner*

  • *Women's Caucus for Art (WCA)*

    Women's Caucus for Art
    Stories We Tell
    Phoenix Gallery
    210 Eleventh Avenue @ 25th Street
    Suite 902
    New York, NY 10001

    Opening: Saturday, September 7th, 2013
    5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

    Exhibition Dates: September 4 to 28, 2013

    “Stories We Tell”, an exhibition that portrays the rich tradition of visual storytelling through women's voices chosen by Jessica Porter of Porter
    Contemporary, NYC. The works in this exhibition use visual narratives to make sense of our world and to share that understanding with others. The works range from the activist to abstract,
    with artwork that addresses aesthetic, political, and philosophical perspectives of stories that are political, contemporary interpretation of an ancient myths, or based on personal and
    family stories.

  • *Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition (BWAC)*


    The BWAC exhibition space is located at 499 Van Brunt Street,
    Red Hook, Brooklyn, 11231,
    in the pre-Civil War warehouse overlooking the Statue of Liberty.

    Opening Reception Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 1 -6 PM

  • *Southampton Cultural Arts Center 2013*

    Southampton Cultural Arts Center
    Sep 10 2013 - 11:00am
    September 10 - October 6, 2013
    Opening Reception Sunday, September 15 from 4 - 6 PM
    Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday 11 - 3

    The gallery will be open all day during Septemberfest

  • ArtSlant -6th 2013 july Showcase Winner

  • Igllloo Art prize July 2013

    The Winner of Igllloo Art prize July 2013 is Hildy Maze
    on her oil on paper drawing.


  • Opening July 9th - August 4th, 2013

    Jeffrey Leder Gallery Presents

    A Juried Exhibition   July 9th - August 4th, 2013

    Hours: Fri, Sat, Sun 12-6pm and by Appointment 917 767 1734
    Jeffrey Leder Gallery    2137 45th Rd. Long Island City, NY 11101

    Photos of the exhibit 

  • See.Me Gallery, Long Island City, NY July 25th - Sept.10, 2013

    The Story of the Creative

    The creative force is unstoppable. It is a force of humanity, of inspiration and dedication. It is universal. This summer you are invited to celebrate “The Story of the Creative”.

    Opening Reception:
    See.Me Exhibition Space
    26-19 Jackson Avenue
    Long Island City, NY

    Thursday, July 25th
    7p through 11p

    The show continues through September 10th.


  • I will be exhibiting 2 pieces

    Jeffrey Leder Gallery

    A Juried Exhibition July 9th - August 4th, 2013

    Opening Reception: July 9, 2013 5:00 - 7:00pm

    2137 45th Rd. Long Island City, NY 11101

  • *Current Links*

  • Hildy Maze Studio

    June thru August
    drawings & paintings
    by appointment
    631-324-7842 or 631-603-6277
    email: hmaze@optonline.net