Nancy teaches painting because she loves seeing her students surprise themselves by producing a complete painting in just a few hours. No stress. Fun. Accomplishment. She provides students with a different way of seeing a subject emerge from their canvas, with a focus on mixing colors. This method makes a self-described non-artist feel successful because there is no drawing or filling in a paint-by-number, no accuracy expected, and the student leaves with skills awakened, wanting to do more!
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Known as a “whimsical realist”, Nancy’s artwork varies from colorful bigger-than-life chickens to rural landscapes to fun, odd perspective drawings. She was the artist for the famous Durgin Park restaurant in Boston, and shows frequently in the Greater Worcester area. Her current favorite mediums are acrylic paints and intense colored pencils.