18 x 27 in.
Nancy Peach grew up along the Chesapeake Bay in the Maryland countryside.
This award-winning artist is a master of composition, while creating the soft, luminous paintings she is well known for. Most of her work is done around these rural areas with a preference for tranquil sites at sunrise or twilight. Nancy says, ”There is something magical about this time of day with the light and shadows giving the scene a peaceful atmospheric quality.” She received her formal art education from the Corcoran Museum’s School of Art in Washington, D.C., the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA, and The School of Art and Design in Silver Spring, MD.
Recent exhibitions include National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society’s Spring online Exhibition 2015; The Salmagundi Club’s Annual Members Exhibition 2015 and 2016; Women Artists of the West’s National Exhibition, 2016 and 2017; and Oil Painters of America’s National Exhibition 2017.
Recent awards: Juried “Best Oil Painting” in Women Artists of the West National Exhibition, 2015; and Honorable Mention in Women Artist of the West Summer online Exhibition, 2016.
She is a Signature member of Women Artists of the West, an elected member of Oil Painters of America, Salmagundi Club, NYC, American Society of Marine Artists, and an associate member of American Women Artists and National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society. Her work has been exhibited in museum exhibitions and institutions including the Maritime Institute of Research and Development, Washington, D.C. (permanent collection), Kentucky Highlands Museum, Mystic Maritime Museum, The Women’s Museum, California and The Tucson Desert Art Museum, Arizona.To date she has over 500 separate works in private and corporate collections.
She has been featured in the November 2010 American Art Collector and the 2011 June issue for the Oil Painters of America National Exhibition. She has also been selected for the hardcover book Strokes of Genius, published by North Light Books 2011.
Nancy is represented by Berkley Gallery in Virginia, Main Street Gallery in Maryland, and the Salmagundi Club.
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