A contemporary, mixed media artist, Nancy Hamlin-Vogler approaches art making through observation and intuition, finding inspiration in her backyard studio, fortuitous discoveries and memories of worldwide backpacking travels. Her process involves painting and drawing on rag paper or canvas, combining acrylic paints, pastel, charcoal/graphite, silkscreened and rice paper elements. Her style is marked by a nuanced interruption of the subject matter, moving back and forth from a recognizable entity to a reality that becomes a fabricated mirror of itself – a magical illusion.
Sept 6 - Nov 15, 2022
"Swimming in the Infinite”
Art in Public Spaces solo exhibition
The Rotunda Gallery
St. Johns County Administration Building
Hamlin-Vogler's work has been selected by the St. Johns Cultural Council for the next Art in Public Spaces exhibition in the Rotunda Gallery at the County Administration Building. “Swimming in the Infinite”, a collection of her contemporary mixed-media paintings, opening receptions on September 6th at 8 am and September 7th
from 5:30 - 7:00 at pm . Please visit!