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Nancy Shuler

Artist Nancy Shuler Artist LLC
Home 131 S Walnut St County: Miami
Troy oh 45373 United States
Cell Phone: 9372168747 Website: Nancy Shuler Artist

Bio

Nancy Beth Shuler has been a native of Ohio since 1972.  She is a full-time working artist since graduating with her BFA in 2018.   Since then, she has exhibited in Dayton, Ohio, at The Dayton Art Institute and Front Street Galleries; and in Troy, Ohio, at Arbogast Performing Arts Center and Hayner Cultural Center.   She is inspired to paint en plein air and loves the natural world.  She paints landscapes, abstracts, and figurative work.  Her mission is to live the artistic life and express inspiration to share with others.

 

Artist Statement

Born with a love for the natural world, I am drawn to the atmosphere and design elements found in nature. Painting allows me to express this love. My motifs are made through shapes, tones, and color relationships.

I appreciate the plasticity and forgiving nature of oil paint.  I modulate between using a palette knife and hog bristle brushes of various sizes to make brush strokes.  From imagination, to sketchbook, to canvas, my concepts are constructed.  Each painting is a window into a vision of discovered harmonies and nuances.

I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting in 2018 to become a fine artist.  I feel that a part of me is finally able to be expressed.  It gives me satisfaction to share my inspiration.  Art speaks a universal language sensed with the eyes.