Thanks for taking time to find out who is Nancy Teague?
In my younger years I loved to fly fish, golf, play tennis, and ride horses. Creating and building things always fit in the mix. In my later years as a professional artist, spiritual truths unfolded that released a wellspring of joy spilling over onto my canvas. A big shift happened from realism to abstract.
I became enthralled and challenged with freedom in movement and intrigue of color. The luscious dynamic of paint playing on the canvas was a joy filled experience.
There is a lively, caring, and playful part of each one of us, and toward each other, that I hope you experience in my abstract expressions. This vibrancy is part of our true identity. Take an adventure into my work to discover bold and subtle reflections and connections. Have fun really looking and pondering!
ART HAPPENING HIGHLIGHTS
2018 Mark Arts National Abstract Exhibition - Wichita KS Apr-Jul
2017 Gallery 1516 presents 2017 Nebraska Artist Biennial Nov–Dec
2017 Mark Arts Wichita KS - National All Media Exhibition Sep-Oct
2017 Strecker Nelson West Gallery "In The Mind's Eye" Group Show. Aug -Oct
2017 Commission for Fairfield Haven, Birmingham, AL. Diptcyh - two 106x60x1" Acrylic on Canvas (installed August 2017)
2017 Bone Creek Agrarian Museum 150 artworks for 150 years Nebraska Statehood. May 22 -July 29, 2017. Review - Omaha The Reader article 'A Bone (Creek) To Pick'
2017 Leopold Gallery & Art Consulting Kansas City, MO - Four Person Show April-May
2017 Still Point Art Gallery "It Isn't Easy Being Green" - Spring Online Exhibition
2017 Winter - Art Move Issue Ten - featured artist review by J. Fatima Martins
2016 Commission for Kansas State University College of Business Administration's Executive Conference Room. Diptych - 72"x96x1.5" (installed August 2016)
2016 Still Point Art Gallery "The River" Competition - Online Exhibition Aug-Oct
2016 Mark Arts Wichita, KS - Abstract National Exhibition July- Aug
More about Nancy Teague can be seen at her other website of larger abstracts.
About Nancy Teague
8x8 Reflections and Connections