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Eleanor Hubbard's Just One Look Exhibit is Inspired by an Adopted Ox

 - Dec 6, 2014
References: walterwickisergallery & coolhunting
There is something innocently colorful about the paintings that make up the Just One Look art exhibit. Full of bright hues, broad brushstrokes and abstract details, it is easy to see why they have a childlike quality about them. From landscapes to pet portraits, the Just One Look show is full of unexpected inspiration. This specifically involves a once homeless ox, whom the artist adopted as her own.

The Just One Look exhibit showcases the work of Eleanor Hubbard and took place at the Walter Wickiser Gallery in New York City. One of the most exciting parts of the show is a 3D installation made up of almost 200 images pinned to a single wall. It is called 'Pyramid of the Miraculous Ox.'