2012 - Roy Nydorf: Four Decades
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By Elizabeth Wallace, Marketing Intern
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April 19-June 10, 2012

Green Hill Center for NC Art presented the first major survey of the work of local artist Roy Nydorf.

Four Decades, the first major survey of the work of Roy Nydorf constituted a mid-career retrospective of this beloved Greensboro artist and Guilford College professor whose works figure in the collections of the Hirshhorn Museum, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Honolulu Academy and the Weatherspoon Art Museum among others.  This exhibition presented Nydorf’s investigations and mastery of several mediums, including drawing, printmaking, painting and sculpture. This exhibition considered Nydorf as not only an artist of multi-faceted technical virtuosity but who has consistently produced work informed by a humanist approach to the subject.

Roy Nydorf: Four Decades was curated by Edie Carpenter, Director, Curatorial & Artistic Programs of Green Hill Center for NC Art. 

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