The goal of multi-disciplinary artist Nancy Good is to visually interpret the dichotomy of our humanity. Whether it is conveying our search for meaning via large-scale canvases filled with layers of hidden messages, shapes, symbols and cartography allusions or self-portraits confronting societal falsehoods or even interpreting the play and spontanaeity of the Burning Man experience, Good's work is dynamic, stimulating, evocative and engaging. Highly collectible, her work has been seen in the Delano Hotel (Las Vegas, NV), UNLV's Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art (Las Vegas, NV), Wolfgang Puck Restaurant (Summerlin, NV), and in galleries and private collections in locales as diverse as New York, California, Pacific Northwest, Montana, Illinois, Canada, Turkey, Poland and more.
What greeted visitors when arriving at Nancy's 2019 pop-up exhibition at Core Contemporary:
"MEANING: The Search For"
(How the heck did I miss my exit?)
Welcome to the journey …
As you begin your travels through the gallery, understand that these paintings and how they are installed are intended to be interactive. You will notice that with each step, the “landscape” changes. Not contented to be merely paintings on a wall for passive viewing, “oohing” or “aahing,” each painting, is fully able to stand alone, while also contributing something of importance the greater collection; playfully, surprisingly and comically interpreting humanity's often oh-so-serious search for meaning. Think of this as a treasure hunt. There are secret messages. There are clues. What will you find? Maybe yourself?
Samples of Nancy Good's mixed-media work.
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