On Monday, March 2, New York-based artist Elizabeth Huey spoke at Kresge Art Museum on MSU’s campus.
Huey employs a collage aesthetic in her works. She often includes recurring themes and themes dealing with psychology, which was her major in college.
Huey’s talk at MSU was part of the Department of Art and Art History’s Visiting Artist and Scholar series. For a schedule of the remaining speakers in the series and for information on next year’s guest lecturers, visit the Department of Art and Art History’s Web site.
Huey’s paintings are often as large as 4 feet tall by 8 feet wide. Huey’s Web site is currently under construction, but is expected to reopen soon.