Douglas Hollis (b. 1948) is an American artist who works with wind- and water-activated sound sculptures, often in site-specific situations. He received his BFA from the University of Michigan and has since created numerous permanent and temporary sound installations around the United States. Working as an artist-in-residence alongside the museum’s founder, the noted physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer, Hollis developed a fascination with sound sculpture and landscape that has persisted throughout his career. Hollis has created permanent works for the Port of Los Angeles, the New Denver Airport, and the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley, California. His temporary works include commissions for the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the de Young Museum in San Francisco and the San Francisco Art Institute.