by Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and Colby College Museum of Art Duration 12m, 3s Published
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“How do I feel about my own early work and did I save it? I did save it. I I have a mixed bag of emotions about the early work, but it’s really, it’s important. I feel that it’s important because it shows me the way forward. It shows me, like, some of the things that I was thinking about doing before I got distracted or went down a different path. And really recently it’s offered me an opportunity to think about the way that I work in a different way.” — Durham-based artist Stacy Lynn Waddell
Join us within Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948 – 1960 for a talk by Stacy Lynn Waddell, who will talk about the influences of an artist’s early work. Please note: Capacity is limited for this gallery talk.