Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY


2017     MFA Painting, Hunter College, New York, NY

2012     BA Art History, University of North Texas, Denton TX

2012     BFA Studio Art, University of North Texas, Denton, TX


2022     “Dogwood”. Keith LLC Journal. 

2022     “The Fever”. Short Story. Platform.

2021     “Invisible Rooms: Home Sweet Home at Greene Naftali.” The Art Paper.

2021     “The Expert”. Short Story. Seasons of Des Pair Quarterly Print Journal. 

2021     Meter-Wide Button. Book published by Sapp Press.

2020    “Stairwell”. Short Story. Solo Show Chapter 5: Behind the Times. 

2016     Blooming Event. Chapbook.


2022    Platform Art

2021     Six Drawings, King’s Leap, New York, NY

2017     Overflow: A Brief History of the Participatory Audience with TVTV, ISCP, Brooklyn, NY

2016     WADS (We Already Died So) with Laura Hunt, U.S. Blues, Brooklyn, NY


2023    Blind Spot: Another Sinking Drain. New York, NY. 

2022    Drawing Fever: Narrative, on-going. Fig, Tokyo, Japan.

2020     May Fair Art Fair, NZ

2017     What Would the Community Think, Hotel Art Pavillion, Brooklyn, NY

2017     41 Pest Street, Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York, NY

2017     i like americans because they’re all liars, Liebhartsgasse 49/19, Vienna, Austria

2017     The Icebox, King’s Leap, Brooklyn, NY

2017     Hütti, MINI/Goethe Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38, New York, NY

2017     Eric Schmid is an Idiot, What Pipeline, Detroit, MI

2016     Hüttendasein, 15 Orient Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

2016     Hunter College Thesis Exhibition New York, NY

2016     Handheld with Sam Bornstein, 194 Van Buren St, Brooklyn, NY

2016     Baker’s Dozen by CK2, 185 East Broadway, New York, NY

2016     Kavita B. Schmid, Eli Ping Frances Perkins, New York, NY

2016     The Humane Society, The Loon, Toronto, ON

2015     Know any Good Jokes? Kavita B. Schmid, LIC, NY


2023    Reading curated by Vittoria de Franchis at The Ear Inn, New York, NY.

2022    Archways Reading Series. Powerhouse Arena. Brooklyn, NY.  

2022    Reading with Ellis von Sternberg. Shoot the Lobster, New York, NY. 

2022    Performance at Alyssa Davis Gala. Brooklyn, New York. 

2022    Reading, Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York, NY. 

2022    Reading, Canal St Research Association, New York, NY. 

2022    Reading hosted by Em Brill, KGB Bar, New York, NY. 

2021     Reading, Exquisite Corpse, Montez Press Radio (Broadcast)

2021     Reading, Sapp Press Launch Event, Honey’s Brooklyn, NY

2019     Reading, BTW Reading Series, Codex Books, New York, NY

2019     Reading, Beside the Amber Light,  Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn NY

2019     Reading, Twelve Labours, Hercules Artist Residency, New York, NY

2019     Performance (as Wild Flesh Chorus), Montez Press Radio, New York, NY

2018     Reading organized by Madeline Braun, Old American Can Factory, Brooklyn, NY

2018     Reading, Hermetic Definition, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, NY

2018     Reading, Keep Smiling is the Art of Living, Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York, NY

2017     “One Spoon” Performance, H0l0, Brooklyn, NY

2017     Reading, King of the Cockroaches, Hercules Artist Residency, New York, NY

2017     Performance, FU CK curated by Cammisa Buerhaus, Honey’s, Brooklyn, NY

2017     Reading, Hunter College Thesis Exhibition, New York, NY

2016     Performance, Asking for a Friend, 50 Taafe Place, Brooklyn, NY

2015     Performance, Hey, Come Meet_____, Celtic Gasthaus, Glendale, NY

2015     Performance, New York City Farm Tower, Bortolami Gallery, New York, NY


2021     “The 2021 Small Press Wrap-Up.” BOMB Magazine

2021     Vigil, Josh. “Meter-Wide Button – Lillian Paige Walton.” Review. Full-Stop Magazine

2021     Lee, Vivien. Six Drawings exhibition review. The Art Paper

2021     “Building a Fire for Yourself: Lillian Paige Walton.” Interview with Katie Ebbitt. BOMB Magazine.

2021     Hand, Aaron. “Collages of Chaos: Lillian Paige Walton’s Meter-Wide Button.” The Porter House Review.

2021     Lee, Jinnie. “How Lillian Paige Walton Found Artistic Freedom by Changing Mediums.” STET

2021     Review of Meter-Wide Button, The Manhattan Art Review.

2017     Sharp, Sarah Rose. “When an Exhibition Leaves You Feeling Like an Idiot.” Hyperallergic.


2019     Mount Lebanon Residency

2016     Kossak Travel Grant Recipient

2016     Rita Glasser Fellowship Award