Ways of Seeing
In this panel discussion, an art historian, a philosopher, and a painter look at three religious paintings and describe what they see from their unique perspectives.
ABOUT THE PANEL
Brontë Hebdon is a Ph.D. student at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. Her research centers on France and Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries, with an emphasis on portraiture, prints, lithography, and fashion periodicals.
Page Turner is an assemblage artist who creates sculptures from an expansive range of objects that she finds in the woods near her rural Virginia home. She has exhibited widely in Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Washington, DC, and in Los Angeles.
Travis Anderson is a philosophy professor at Brigham Young University. He is also an artist, with a love for painting landscapes. He earned bachelor’s degrees in both philosophy and studio art.