Wednesday 26 April 2017, 11am
Join us at the Hunt Museum for an informal discussion with Beth Nagle. She will talk about her artistic practice. This is a great way to meet a professional artist and be able to ask her questions about her work in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Beth Nagle’s artwork explores the intricate links between life and death, light and darkness. She questions the space between the ‘seen’ and ‘unseen’. It consists of hard-edged geometric structures to illustrate the material world and portrays the unknown dimension of infinity through mystical imagery. The absence of the figure and the ambiguous nature in her work invites the viewer to enter into their own perceptual journey.