Explore “The Neo-Victorians: Contemporary Artists Revive Gilded-Age Glamour” with featured artist Camille Eskell, whose work examines cultural and family dynamics through themes of vulnerability, rebirth, gender relationships, and social convention.
Eskell is an award-winning artist with an MFA from Queens College/CUNY whose work has appeared most recently in “Between I and Thou” at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art and the Lockhart Gallery at SUNY Geneseo.
#HRMNeoVictorians examines the contemporary revival of interest in ornamental lushness and dedication to craft that once defined the style of the Victorian era, with works of art from more than 20 contemporary artists that conceal pointed social commentary beneath seductive surface techniques.
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