Accumulate: The Evolution of Ani Hoover

Accumulate: The Evolution of Ani Hoover

Artwork by Ani Hoover is currently adorning the walls and floor of Villa Maria College’s Paul William Beltz Family Art Gallery. Hoover, a Buffalo, NY native, created Accumulate to represent her decision making in art making since 2010.

Stick Stack, on view as part of "Accumulate" at the Paul William Beltz Family Gallery, Villa Maria College. Photo From Ani Hoover's Instagram account. (@anihoover)

Stick Stack, on view as part of “Accumulate” at the Paul William Beltz Family Gallery, Villa Maria College. Photo From Ani Hoover’s Instagram account. (@anihoover)

That year marked a change in her work from painting to collage, assemblage and ultimately to sculpture and fiber based work.  A thread that runs through all the works is a commitment to using simple and/or recycled materials, creative use of color and the use of multiple shapes or components in artmaking. Hoover tends to work in a modular fashion, where many pieces accumulate to make the art piece.  “Accumulate” is a survey of transitional works from her studio practice from the last six years.

For more information on Ani Hoover, visit her website, www.anihoover.com or a write up on Hover and Accumulate from the Daily Public.

Accumulate will be on display  until Friday, November 18, 2016. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

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