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McAllen Ranch Foreman
Size: 38.5x50 - Media: Pencil on Stonehenge paper
Nancy Moyer, best known for her studio jewelry work, expresses ideas and concepts in a variety of media. Although primarily a metalsmith, she often shifts into larger formats in order to accomodate more aggressive visual solutions to social and intellectual perceptions.
In addition to her jewelry and drawing output, she has reently moved into a broader media range including graphics expression and photography.
An autobiographical theme has been apparent since 2000. Her directions of interest over the last few years have involved incorporating computer assisted ideas and imagery into both her 2-D and 3-D work. Two exhibitions have resulted from this: Interactions: An Ideational Self Portrait, and The Bicameral Face. Both of these exhibits reflect her interest in alternative portraiture.
Moyer is Professor Emerita of Art, University of Texas-Pan American.