One aspect of all of the artwork at the Nash gallery that I paid special attention to was the use of layering. Many of the pieces not only used layering, but they also used plexiglass and other materials to give a three dimensional aspect to the pieces. By using these layers, the viewer’s eyes are quickly drawn to specific aspects of the artwork. The more abstract pieces weren’t my favorite, but I enjoyed the pieces on the right wall as we entered the gallery. These pieces juxtaposed figures, faces, popular icons, and landscapes to create a multilayered piece where each layer clearly stood out from the rest. This gave each layer a meaning of its own, as well as adding meaning to the piece as a whole.