'My interest in art began at an early age and primarily involved realistic drawing. Having an outdoorsman as a father, I spent the majority of my childhood on the water or in the woods. As I began experimenting with color, I naturally found inspiration from the swamps, forests and the Gulf waters of Southwest Florida.
With an interest in evolving my style, I began to delve into abstraction. My current work is an exploration between and through layers, with the intent of creating a sense of place - a moment in time, often ethereal and unfocused but with a clear sense of a particular memory or place.
My hope is to create work that is felt and sensed rather than simply viewed, to slow down the way we look at art until looking becomes experience.'
Nancy resides near the beautiful Santa Fe River in North Central Florida. Known as the "Land of a Thousand Springs”, the area is home to some of the most unique and fragile ecosystems on earth and serves as an inspiration for a thriving art community.