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Nancy Blum Shares an Artist Talk at the UCA

Nancy Blum, Nirvana, 2006, detail, Ink, gouache, and colored pencil on paper, Photography: Courtesy of the Artist

Nancy Blum, Nirvana, 2006, detail, Ink, gouache, and colored pencil on paper, Photography: Courtesy of the Artist

From the Rocky Mountain Collegian
by Caitlyn Berman
9 pm, September 3, 2014

On Wednesday, Sept. 3, artist Nancy Blum visited the University Art Museum in the University Center for the Arts building to share an hour-long talk detailing the inspiration, process and meaning behind her botanical artwork.

With a room full of art enthusiasts and admirers of her collection, Blum expressed her appreciation for the installation at the museum, stating, “I don’t think I’ve ever loved my work as much as I do here.”

The dark, gray walls of the gallery provided a quiet and meditative backdrop for her paintings, mirroring the calm, meditative quality within them, said Blum.

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