Nancy Shuler Art Collections
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Artwork by Nancy Shuler
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Dream Space by Nancy Shuler
Lonesome Splendor by Nancy Shuler
The Dance by Nancy Shuler
Heavens by Nancy Shuler
Lily of the Valley by Nancy Shuler
Stopping at the Crossroads and Going Off the Grid by Nancy Shuler
Steal Away by Nancy Shuler
Spring by Nancy Shuler
Napa by Nancy Shuler
Eve of Change by Nancy Shuler
Just Beyond by Nancy Shuler
Concerto of Whispered Secrets by Nancy Shuler
In Sarasota by Nancy Shuler
Montefiorelle at Dusk by Nancy Shuler
Light of the Eyes by Nancy Shuler
Southwest Air by Nancy Shuler
High Summer by Nancy Shuler
Rose of Sharon by Nancy Shuler
Chianti by Nancy Shuler
Magic River by Nancy Shuler
The Dancer by Nancy Shuler
Dusk by Nancy Shuler
Journey Promise by Nancy Shuler
Light In the Dark by Nancy Shuler
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About Nancy Shuler
Nancy Beth Shuler has painted in oils since a little girl. Growing up in Silicon Valley overlooking San Francisco Bay provided ample opportunity to paint at her easel at any opportunity. Art has always enthralled her to identify what she finds beautiful. Her passion for life is expressed in music and visual art.
Nancy studied in Italy at La Macina di San Cresci Artist Fellowship in Tuscany. The rich heritage of the worldâ€™s artists past and present stimulate her to grow. Nancy is a recent Bachelor of Fine Arts graduate and has begun her career as a professional fine artist. She expresses inspiration through constructing a motif, using primal forms and design elements. She paints portraiture, landscape, and abstract in oil paint.
Her favorite artists are from the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist era. Cezanne, Van Gogh, Monet, Gaugin. She continues to learn from artists past and present, and depends upon The Dayton Society of Artists for support and critique.
She has had an exhibition at The Dayton Art Institute, and Front Street Galleries, and Arbogast Performing Arts Center since graduation.