|Summer (Sleeping Medusa) by Nancy Paul, Oil, acrylic, conte, 29 x 43" 1980-2020|
from climate change to social injustice to pandemic
|Longing by Nancy Paul, acrylic and graphite on paper, mounted onto birch panel, 9 x 12 inches, 2020|
even as democracy is under threat and truth-telling stifled.
|Setting by Nancy Paul, acrylic and graphic on paper, mounted on birch panel, 14 x18", 2020|
|The Dreamer by Nancy Paul, acrylic and graphite mounted on birch panel, 2020|
the naked body is an enduring symbol of human vulnerability and helplessness.
|Sitting Back by Nancy Paul, acrylic and graphite on paper, 12 x 16 inches, 2020|
an aesthetic of salvation.
|Slowing Down by Nancy Paul, graphic on paper mounted on birch panel, 10 x 12 inches, 2020|
In my work the female figure is both self and other;
she represents communication and compassion.
|Green World (Arden Spring) by Nancy Paul acrylic, graphic, ink on canvas, 28 x 32" 2019|
"Time/Lines" is about our search for understanding.
|Nereids Endangered by Nancy Paul, Acrylic, graphite, Japanese Paper on canvas, 16 x 20 inches, 2018|
|Life Lines/Sky Lines (I, II, III) by Nancy Paul, |
acrylic and graphic on paper mounted on birch panel, triptych, each part 12 x 16 x 1.5 inches 2020
|Fall by Nancy Paul, Oil on Canvas, 1980, 24" x 36"|
from her exhibition at Art Noise Gallery,
Kingston Ontario Canada