Fred “Nall” Hollis’ most significant art series, “Alice in Wonderland,” is currently on display at Troy University’s International Arts Center, and visitors continue to be amazed.
The exhibit, which premiered Oct. 8 in the IAC’s Fred Nall Hollis Museum, was inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic novels “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass.”
World-renowned artist Fred “Nall” Hollis is bringing what is considered his most valuable and important series of art to Troy University’s International Arts Center.
“Alice in Wonderland,” an art series created by the Troy, Alabama-born artist from 1977 through 1979, will open to the public on Oct. 8 at the IAC.
The series, inspired…
One of the state’s most renowned artists walked into a small room crowded with Troy University art students and removed his hat.
“This is wonderful,” exclaimed Fred “Nall” Hollis, a Troy, Alabama, native whose work spans multiple decades and multiple continents.
After taking a moment to observe the collaborative art piece the students had…
Native son and internationally acclaimed artist Fred “Nall” Hollis now has his own day in the city of Troy, thanks to a proclamation by city leaders. May 7 is now “Nall Day” in the city, with backup from proclamations by the Alabama House and Senate.
The proclamations were presented at a luncheon in Nall’s honor…