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Lunchtime Lecture Series: Georgiana Nehl
Georgiana Nehl, Professor of Drawing and Foundations, will present her work on April 16, 2018, as part of OCAC's Lunchtime Lecture Series.
Georgiana is a painter who exhibits locally and nationally; working in both two- and three-dimensions and often exploring symbols, systems of thought, and the evocative nature of color. The nature of consciousness is often expored in her work; how we make sense of our world and make connections with each other as sentient beings. For most of her paintings and objects she uses the arcane surface ground of hot-glue gesso, on wood or paper, allowing both additive and subtractive methods as she uses gouache, watercolor, oil paint, cold wax, and a variety of dry media.
This event is free and open to the public.