Posted: December 18, 2006
It took decades for Jane Hammond to call herself an artist. For years, she was hesitant to embrace the title. Today, Hammond plays with the definition of art itself. Her pieces often test a viewer's perception about reality and truth. A new exhibit of Hammond's work traveling the country is called Paper Work. It features objects both large and small, painted and drawn, flat and three-dimensional. When the exhibition visited Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, Hammond took producer Tina Antolini on a tour of the collection.
Hammond '72 Exhibition Comes to MHC(MHC News Story)