“When I show paintings publicly, I choose the ones that are precise about what’s going on with the human moment I happened to notice – and as I personally learned from it.I see art that I do as somewhat of a memory stimulant for other people’s recollections.Many times, visitors relate back to me an entirely different moment that my painting suggested to them. Often, I leave backgrounds blank, when I think my own back story will get in the way of someone else’s own recall.I hope my art contributes in some way to your own life moment. The spectrum – as I see it - goes from just a momentary smile of recognition to any other moment.” – Virginia Huber
Artwork is on display in the University Hospital in the J3/1 Carbone Center waiting area. Take J elevators to 1st floor. Clinic is open 7:30am-6:00pm on weekdays. Parking is available in the hospital ramp for a fee.