If you missed last week’s LIVE discussion with exhibiting artist Angie Pickman and Exhibitions Director Ben Ahlvers, be sure to check out this video recording of the conversation. In this forty minute Q&A, you’ll hear about the process of Angie’s work, see details of select pieces, and delve into some of the underlying themes in Night, The Beloved, her new exhibit on display at the Arts Center through February 27.
This virtual spin on our INSIGHT Art Talk series is free, accessible and made possible by support from Truity Credit Union.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Angie Pickman is a nationally recognized artist who combines traditional paper cutting with collage to create intricately detailed works of art and animations. Her work is inspired by her love of nature and the tranquility of the terrain of rural Kansas. She has been featured in Martha Stewart Living and Midwest Living magazines, and her animation work premiered on PBS in 2016 in the documentary Daughters of the Forest.