Hilary Tait Norod Artist of the Week!

Screen Shot 2016-06-15 at 12.04.16 PMScreen Shot 2016-06-15 at 12.04.27 PMHow do you choose your subject matter? Is there a reoccurring theme that carries throughout your work?
My subject matter and themes usually reference ideas of neuroscience, psychology, and personal relationships.

In your opinion, what’s your best/favorite piece you’ve made?
It’s hard to choose just one. I have several for different reasons. I can remember groundbreaking pieces that really turned a corner for me in terms of development and skill.  But the most pride I have for a piece would be “Prosopagnosia.” Prosopagnosia, also known as Face Blindness. I enjoyed the research process that initiated this piece and I thoroughly enjoy the aesthetic qualities as well. It’s a large scale abstract painting based on the perception disorder.

For Full Interview see Cambridge Art Association’s Blog at: http://www.cambridgeart.org/caa-blog/
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“Prosopagnosia” 48″ x 72″ Acrylic, Oil, Charcoal, Graphite, Pastel and Collage on Panel

Coming up in July…

Bromfield Gallery Presents

Summer Invitational

Bromfield Gallery in Boston invited Hilary Tait and three other Artist for a very inspiring group show this Summer. Other Artists include; Kate Benson, Adam Hinterlang and Haley Harris.

You’re Invited to the
Opening Reception
Friday, July 8th from 6:00pm – 8:30pm

450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02118
Conviently located in the Art District SoWA

www.bromfieldgallery.com

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“Monsters Under the Bed” Oil, 60″ x 72″ Charcoal, Graphite Powder, Binding Thread, and Collage on Canvas

As always feel free to check out my website for my full portfolio, new work, and exhibition listings.

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