Nancy Hubbard is an artist, photographer, patineur, writer, and most recently, curator. Her artwork examines the mysterious pull of time and memory as she reinvigorates old world processes and integrates them with contemporary artmaking methods and materials.
Nancy’s work has been exhibited in and around New York City, as well as Toronto and Washington D.C. A graduate of both Rutgers University and SUNY, Nancy counts Martha Rosler, William Turner, Kate Bush, Federico Fellini, and the natural corrosion of things among her influences. She is a current member of galleryELL, a transient gallery based in Brooklyn.
She is currently working on a series of photogravures that relate to the power of nostalgia, memory, and time. When Nancy isn’t at the Invisible Dog, she’s at home in Brooklyn with her family and her very handsome cat Teddy. “I use artmaking as a method of marking time through process, in an effort to make something beautiful that transcends my daily life.”