Chris Tucker Haggerty

With no single genre or medium dictating direction, Haggerty is led by a desire to make art of many varieties with fresh eyes. An active inner life informs her work. Using mixed media, she builds imaginary worlds that grow organically from one element to the next. Within a composition, such elements create a dialogue, first with one another and then with the viewer. She enjoys facilitating the conversation.

Solo Exhibitions include: Covington and Burling LLC, Washington, D.C.; The Barry Gallery, Marymount University, Arlington, VA; The Charles Beatley Library, Alexandria, VA; The Lee Center, Alexandria, VA; Leslie Schweitzer House, Alexandria, VA Group Exhibitions include: Atlantic Gallery, New York, NY; Skopelos Foundation for the Arts, Skopelos, Greece; The Tate Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY; Reed Art Gallery, The University of Maine at Presque Isle; The Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA; The National Museum of Women in the Military “Faces of the Fallen,” (national exhibition); ATOA, SoHo20 Gallery, Chelsea NYC; David Lloyd Kreeger Awards Exhibition, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Courtesy of Viridian Artists


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