Nancy Hubbard is a multidisciplinary artist and curator based in Brooklyn, NY. In her work, she repurposes ancient, traditional, and rarely used materials and techniques ranging from Renaissance-era gessoes to gilders materials to photogravure. She is a member of the artist’s collective gallery ELL based in New York City and London and was a resident artist at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn from 2011-2015.
Nancy has had extensive experience as a restorer and master patineur, collaborating on several of the area’s high-profile restoration and architectural projects, including work at the Hispanic Society of America, the Smithsonian Institution, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Columbia University, and the New York State Capital Building, to name a few. She holds a B.A. in Art History from Rutgers University and a B.F.A. in Restoration from the State University of New York.