“When the Pandemic hit and I had some downtime…I started researching watercolor painting on the internet (remember, everything was shut down)…and so it began…Through online classes, YouTube Videos, and books, I discovered the alchemy of watercolor. I was amazed and artistically awakened! The magic that happened with the combinations of water, pigments, and paper had me spellbound.
My Pandemic Paintings on display run the gamut of subject matter. Light and shadows, reflections, nature, still-life, and marbles, are subjects that I find fascinating and challenging.”
Come see Nancy’s paintings and talk with her about her art and inspiration. Refreshments too!
Bio: Nancy has been a life-long “closet artist” working in a variety of mediums. Exhibits at the Blake Memorial Library have allowed her to tip-toe out of the closet and share her work with the community. Nancy, and her husband Gordon, own and operate Cobble Mountain Hammock Company in East Corinth.
All paintings are for sale and 10% of the proceeds are donated to the library.