I create my own worlds by responding to my surroundings in pre-existing forms and imagery. Each world reflects the social issues I contemplate daily and is made with those sensibilities in mind; referents from craft, nature, pop culture, photography and kitsch address my anxieties about the blurred lines of originality, consumerism, classicism and the female experience.
What I create is what I see in the world and what I would like to see: the real and the perceived. Choices made are both conscious and subconscious, reflecting the abstract collection of unrecognizable and recognizable imagery in both my mind and my work.
**Nash Bellows is currently attending graduate school and will be updating her website irregularly, as her work is undergoing creative transformation.