Nancy’s work has been featured in numerous art publications in recent years including Art Of The West, Southwest Art, Cowboys and Indians, American Art Collector, American Artist, Western Art Collector among others.

Nancy has participated in various national invitational shows, including The National Cowboy & Heritage Museum-Small Works Show-Oklahoma City, Ok; American Art Invitational “Small Gems’ show, Denver, Co; and Quest for the West, Indianapolis, In. and the Briscoe Museum Western Art Show-San Antonio, Tx.

Her studio work is done by using an indirect approach to painting. She works in layers of paint, letting each layer dry in between. This buildup of layers and adding glazes during this phase, increases the light and luminosity of the painting so in the end, there is a suggestion of mood and moments of fleeting atmospheric dialogue. She uses her plein air studies and photos to paint larger pieces in the studio. The studio gives her the luxury of contemplation and studying at length, the design and how she wants to describe it to engage the viewer.
“My paintings are a visual language with a message brought to life on canvas using my own personal emotions and life experiences. They contain a part of my soul, spirit and personal reflection.”

She is represented by InSight Gallery-Fredericksburg, Tx, Astoria Fine Art-Jackson Hole, Wy, and Sage Creek Gallery-Santa, Fe, N.M.

She is a Master Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society.

Distant Showers
20 x 30 in.

Snow Fog
10 x 10 in.

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