OLD FORGE — View, center for arts, 3273 Route 28, presents a solo exhibition by Nancy Staub Laughlin in its Vandervort gallery now through Sunday, Sept. 15.
It’s a show focused on pastels and photograph assemblages.
Staub Laughlin is an accomplished New Jersey-based artist who has created a new concept of the “still life” by working with pastels on paper and photography. Her newest series, which she refers to as “assemblages,” incorporates the photograph into the pastel drawing. These dynamic, layered, juxtaposing assemblages allow the viewer to enter her world of color, light, dimension, and beauty from a different perspective.
Staub Laughlin’s compelling compositions are the culmination of many carefully executed steps that define her unique creative process. For Laughlin, the artistic journey offers an almost limitless exploration of the possibilities of artistic creation, allowing her to enter the unreal world in which she has created.
To learn more about View programming, visit ViewArts.org, or call 315-369-6411.