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Bob Nugent 2013

Bob Nugent: Dialogues with Nature  Aparados da Serra, 2012, watercolor, gouache, charcoal, pencil on linen, 50" x 70"

  • October 25 - November 22, 2013
  • Opening Reception: November 8, 2013 • 5–8pm
  • Curated by: Satri Pencak, M.A.

My work refers to Brazilian travels, specifically along the Amazon River Basin. Naturalistic forms resembling beehives, vertebrae, cocoons, anthills, plant forms and insects are spread across the surface of the work. My palette is often subdued beneath a layer of darkness, suggesting mystery. The work transcribes a memory of objects and impressions of what was seen and felt. Brazil and the Amazon River Basin have been the subject and inspiration for my work for more than twenty-five years. The Amazon River is an apt metaphor for the act of churning up remembered objects and sights, gathered while traveling along its rough course. In its flow, the river boils an object to the surface only to swallow it up again to resurface later. These impressions are a memory of the river bound on both sides by a high, dark jungle; foreboding and beautiful. 

Flora Brasilinesis #121, 2008, watercolor, gouache, conte, ink on 1870 handmade paper, 19 1/2" x 12 3/8"    Standard 27, 2009, spalted oak, 39 3/4" x 7 3/4" x 1 1/4"  Minucia CLXVII, 2010, watercolor, gouache, conte, pencil on wood veneer, 10 1/2" x 12"

       Flora Brasilinesis #121, 2008                                    Standard 27, 2009,                                Minucia CLXVII, 2010,
Aparados da Serra, 2012,                                             spalted oak,                                  watercolor, gouache, conte,
watercolor, gouache, charcoal,                          39 3/4" x 7 3/4" x 1 1/4"                        pencil on wood veneer, 
pencil on linen, 50" x 70"                                                                                                            10 1/2" x 12"


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