Olivia Musselman is a Philadelphia-based artist working primarily in printmaking and drawing. Musselman explores the intersection of community, memory, and kinship through the layering of color, mark, and transparency. Rooted in the traditions of Appalachian and Celtic folk music, her work explores musical spaces as sites of intergenerational connection.
Musselman has exhibited internationally as a part of Poxoes, Where the Future Lies and Tiber re-FOUND in Rome. Her work was also featured in The Director's Cut, an online exhibition by the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair in London. In Philadelphia, her work was exhibited in Let Me Know You Are Alright, in the Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall and in Festa di Roma in the Stella Elkins Gallery. In spring of 2024, she will present her BFA Thesis Exhibition in Philadelphia. She is a candidate for a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking at Tyler School of Art and Architecture, expected to graduate fall of 2023.