Nancy's Work has developed as a result of a long-standing interest in figuration & landscape. Her figurative sculptures recreate a direct narrative connetion between one's personal inner world with the environment in which we live.
Nancy's sculptures often deal with polar opposites; life and death, white and black, inside and outside & beginning and end. These are extreme parts of a single whole. These works suggest that the natural physical environment and the spiritual world are both reflected in our bodies and that in the end, they are one and the same, both parts of a greater whole.
1993 Bachelor of Arts University of Guelph
1969 Bachelor and Masters of Science University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
1999 "The Eye of the Story" Wellington Place, Elora, Ontario
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2003,2004 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhbition
2003 "Endless 3D-Tales" Canadian Sculpture Centre, Toronto
2003 "Genius Loci" Canadian Glay & Glass Callery, Waterloo, Ontario
Included in numerous private collections in North America and Europe.
Current work is publixhed in "Alternative Kilns & Firing Techniques," Lark Books
SSC Member Since: 2000
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