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“Verity” by Nina Moyer
September 8 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
“Verity” Exhibit September 1-30
Opening Reception: Sunday September 8th 3-5pm
Dempster-Main Wine Walk Night: September 12th 5-9pm
Open during Evanston Made First Saturday September 7th
Open Studio Project Gallery 901, 901 Sherman Avenue, Evanston (just north of Main St.)
See the latest artwork by artist Nina Moyer which includes delightful found objects, skulls, textiles, collage, and painting. Nina Moyer Visual Artist / Writer Artist’s Statement I want to share my view of a world that can be continually defined and redefined. I am interested in the value of integrity and values in general- what we hold precious, and how these things define us. I build on the primacy of organic, grounding structures. The past five years my canvas has been bison skulls.
Verity explores our changing relationship with the truth. Bone is laid bare, sutures are exposed. The truth can be ugly and beautiful at the same time. Themes include the value of integrity and values in general; what we hold precious, and how these things define us. I build on the primacy of organic, grounding structures. Artist Bio Nina Moyer was born in Wyandotte County, Kansas. She moved to Los Angeles in 1990 to pursue work in the arts and has lived in Evanston for 16 years. Together with her husband, Nina created a nature sanctuary in the Driftless Region of Wisconsin. She maintains a studio in Chicago.