Selene Hunter used works on paper (pencil, pen and ink, watercolor) to support her sculptural work in the 1960s and 1970s in working drawings, part of the planning process. See "A Little-Known Story About A Movement, A Magazine, And The Computer's Arrival In Art: New Tendencies and Bit International", Ed. Margit Rosen, MIT Press, 01/2011 for publication under "Nancy Stephens." In the 1980s and 1990s, however, these media seemed to invite exploration. Problems of translucency, flotation, fluidity, weightlessness, and stasis continue to be of interest, but she learn about them as the media dictate. The artist lived and worked for decades in her loft studio in Fort Point Channel, Boston, Massachusetts, until recently moving to Revere, MA.
Medium: Painting - Watercolor, Drawing