"These digital works are based upon photos I’ve taken in scenic areas. The colors are intensified, and the forms are abstracted to express the mystical qualities one
experiences while absorbed in the beauty of nature.It’s been noted that office workers display happier moods when surrounded by visuals of beautiful flowers. I’m hoping that emphasis on the beauty of nature will inspire viewers to discover and adopt sustainable practices as well."
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San Antonio, TX
Nancy is a classically trained artist currently using photography and digital painting to explore the aesthetics of the natural landscape. The colors are intensified and the forms are abstracted to express the mystical qualities one experiences while absorbed in the beauty of nature.
Nancy received her B.A. and M.F.A. degrees in Fine Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles and a PhD degree in Educational Psychology from Texas A & M University, College Station. She began working with digital media during the early 1990s and exhibited with seminal digital artist groups International Webism and the NewYork-based Visual Arts League. Nancy has developed a unique style that blends photography and digital painting.
Nancy takes digital photos in scenic areas and then enhances the photos on the computer. The images can be output in a variety of sizes and on many different types of substrates including paper, fabric, wood, metal, stone, cement, Plexiglas, and adhesive materials. The current work focuses on landscape elements presented with a painterly sense of abstraction. During the past three years, these new digital works have been exhibited in more than thirty local and national exhibitions.
Nancy’s artworks are included in collections in Japan, Belgium, the Medical Colleges of Virginia Hospitals and the Las Vegas Art Museum. Her digital works have been included in the Museum of Modern Art New York’s “Museum as Muse” online exhibition and “The Petersburg Biennale of Computer Graphics” in St. Petersburg, Russia, as well as in the McNay Art Museum 2014 “Art to the Power of 10”; 2014 “Nuevo Arte” at UTSA and the 2014 “Spark” exhibition at the San Diego Convention Center. She was selected as one of 10 artists for the San Antonio Department of Creative and Cultural Development’s Public Art Mentorship program and was a featured artist at San Antonio’s 2017 Luminaria Contemporary Arts festival.
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