nancy hubbard

Draw(n) Out

Draw(n) Out

George Mason University
School of Art, Art and Design Building
Fine Art Gallery, Room 1001 | 4400 University Drive Fairfax, VA 22030

Opening Reception: THURSDAY, 24 JANUARY 2013, 6-8p

Draw(n) Out examines the work of artists who utilize drawing to explore physical manifestations and psychological perceptions of time. Notions of time—temporality, permanence, progression, flux—only add to the complexity of its definition, providing a rich framework from which artists can investigate new meaning.

The exhibition will focus on pushing the boundaries of the institutional definition of drawing, whether through the integration of mark-making with sometimes unusual materials or through a different conceptual approach to the medium, while simultaneously exploring themes of process, evolution, decay, and change.

Curated and organized by Kariann Fuqua & Nancy Hubbard.

Artists include: Barb Bondy, Matthew Choberka, Kariann Fuqua, Jodi Hays, Nancy Hubbard, Deanna Lee, Tim McDonald, Kirsten Nash & John Ros.

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Nancy Hubbard @ BAG

Nancy Hubbard will be among the exhibitors at “WAX” the Gallery at BAG.

The Brooklyn Artists Gym
168 7th st., Brooklyn, NY

Opening Reception: Saturday May 19th, 6-9pm

Encaustic works often look and feel delicate because soft, muted colors emerge from the surface. But encaustic is a toxic medium whose complex process deters many artists from its use. Brooklyn Artists Gym wishes to draw awareness to this infrequently used medium through WAX; exposing viewers to encaustic’s typical properties in addition to new artistic approaches.

Brooklyn Artists Gym BAG is an artists’ studio and gallery facility in the Park Slope/Gowanus area of Brooklyn, NY. BAG’s mission is to help make it possible for artists to further their work and careers at a reasonable cost. Started five years ago, BAG also offers classes, critiques, figure drawing, library, kitchenette and all studio facilities.

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Hubbard — WORK/SPACE 2012

GalleryELL artist Nancy Hubbard will be among 32 other artists participating in the 2012 annual Invisible Dog Art Center Exhibition and Open Studios.

Open Studios: Saturday, March 10, from 1-10pm
& Sunday, March 11, from 1-6pm
Work/Space Opening Reception: Saturday, March 10 from 6-10pm

The Invisible Dog Art Center | 51 Bergen Street | Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Work/Space 2012, the 2nd installment of the annual 32 in-house artist group exhibition and open studios event.  Work/Space 2012 will introduce the public to the new artists of the Invisible Dog Art Center as well as exhibit new works by the center’s returning artists.  Over weekend long event, the public will have the unique opportunity to visit and meet with the in-house artists in their studios. Work/Space 2012 will showcase a broad range of work from the classical to the contemporary, fine art to design by these Brooklyn-based artists’ who are bound together by the physical space they share at The Invisible Dog Art Center.

galleryELL in ontario, canada

brooklyn takes on alton!
the bartlett gallery alton mill | alton, ontario, canada
15 june – 10 july 2011
opening reception: saturday, 18 june, 1-4p

a group exhibit of galleryELL’s nyc artists, including: joel bacon, christine gedeon, nancy hubbard, deanna lee, kirsten nash, john ros, annie varnot & beck yazdan.

galleryELL @ spool mfg.

galleryELL is pleased to announce “element – progress”, a group exhibit about materials, process and the experience of making and viewing art. the exhibit will run 9 april – 21 may 2011 @ spool mfg. in johnson city, new york.

spool mfg. | 138 baldwin street, johnson city, ny 13790
gallery hours: saturday, 12-3p & by appointment

opening reception: 9 april 2011, 7-10p
closing reception: 21 may 2011, 7-10p

curatorial lecture & artists discussion:
7 april 2011, 6p

“element – progress” is curated by john ros featuring the work of annie varnot, jodi hays, joel bacon, kariann fuqua, kirsten nash, nancy hubbard & richard feaster.

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galleryELL welcomes nancy hubbard

nancy hubbard has joined the galleryELL community.

nancy hubbard for galleryELL
image: nancy hubbard, untitled 2007

[for nancy] … each piece starts with a hunch and grows from there. nothing is planned, leaving much to chance. sometimes this creates doubt, which forces her to make a decision; at other times it creates excitement, which compels her to try something new.
… in hindsight, chance doesn’t really play a role at all — in the end she can see that she knew where she was headed the whole time.

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