The Art of Nancy Rubins at the Weatherspoon Art Museum
American artist Nancy Rubins is best known for her enormous sculptures which have been commissioned and exhibited all across the country. They’re made out of things like boats, airplane parts, and hot water heaters. But Rubins transforms these materials into elegant and even delicate-looking objects of incredible beauty. You’ll find them on display alongside her captivating graphite drawings at the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro. Curator of Exhibitions Xandra Eden and Weatherspoon Director Nancy Doll spoke with David Ford about Nancy Rubins: Drawing, Sculpture, Studies.
Nancy Rubins: Drawing, Sculpture, Studies will remain on display at Weatherspoon through Sunday, May 4th in The Bob & Lissa Shelley McDowell Gallery where you can take the last guided public tour from 2-2:30PM and trace the arc of one of today’s foremost sculptors. During the tour, which is free and open to all ages, visitors will see the major sculptural installation Drawings & Hot Water Heaters, graphite drawings from 1975 to present, collages, Nancy Rubins's bronze work and more. Check out the remarkable new Weatherspoon UNCG and DelMonico Books publication chronicling Rubins’s amazing output.