My work is a reinterpretation of landscape painting that integrates traditional materials and techniques in new and unexpected ways. By reinvigorating old world processes and blending them with a contemporary art-making approach, I work to expand the boundaries of the genre while exploring the mysterious pull of time and memory. My subject matter is derived from a variety of sources that have played a part in my own personal history, ranging from paintings, books, photographs, music, and films, to dreams, images from space, and cellular forms.
About Nancy Hubbard
Nancy Hubbard is a Brooklyn-based artist who is currently an artist-in-residence at the Invisible Dog Art Center. Her work has been exhibited in and around New York City, as well as Washington D.C. and Toronto. She was co-curator of "Draw(n) Out", an exhibit that examined the expanding boundaries of drawing, at George Mason University in 2013. She is represented by The Curator Gallery in Chelsea and was one of their Artists of the Year in 2014. She is also a member of galleryELL, a transient, NYC-based gallery. Her work is part of several public and private collections.