Exhibition Reviews

Joy Nunn’s Passers-by

All of Joy Nunn’s paintings invite the viewer to create stories about the passers-by. But more than that it urges one to look more closely when they people-watch. Leaving the exhibition at Art at the Main it’s possible to observe people who appear to be animated versions of Nunn’s paintings: the glowing new mother, the slouchy teenagers, and the introspective man. We encounter small moments like this every day and most are lost to time. Nunn has preserved them and reminds us that these seemingly insignificant happenings have rich, intriguing stories behind them.

Read Dale Thompson’s review in the November 2011 edition of 15 Bytes.

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