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"A Walk on the Beach"
Feature Artist Bio
Nancy Woods Daniel - A Walk on the Beach
Nancy Woods Daniel - Spring Afternoon - Blythe Ferry
Nancy Woods Daniel - Early Morning Light at Darien Harbor
Nancy Woods Daniel - Mountain Cove Farm
Nancy Woods Daniel - Late Summer Hay Field, East Tennessee
Nancy Woods Daniel - Marshland at Harris Neck Wildlife Refuge
Nancy Woods Daniel - Mahan Gap Sunflower Field
Nancy Woods Daniel - Reflection Riding at Chattanooga Nature Center
Nancy Woods Daniel - A Welcoming Home
Nancy Woods Daniel - The Land of Cotton
Nancy Woods Daniel - Tent Camp, Sahara Desert, Morocco
Nancy Woods Daniel - Day's End on the River
By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the first of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary
American landscape painter Nancy Woods Daniel (born 1951 in Tennessee, USA).
Nancy's love for the outdoors has greatly inspired her to become a plein air artist, who works in oil. The outdoor light and natural settings allow her to capture the beauty of her surroundings on canvas. While she has a preference for plein air painting, she is equally comfortable painting in her studio. Nancy finds inspiration not only from the early European Impressionists, but also from many great contemporary painters. Nancy's inspiration allows her to progress and to grow as an artist.
Nancy began her artistic studies in the early 1980s working in pottery at the Hunter Museum of Art. She later explored painting, drawing and sculpting classes through the Chattanooga Cultural Arts Center where she discovered her passion for oil painting. In recent years Nancy participated in workshops and was a featured artist in a local juried exhibition. In 2013 Nancy made a full commitment to oil painting.
Her paintings are found in private collections across the United States, and her current work can be viewed at www.facebook.com/nancy.woodsdaniel or in her studio, by appointment.
January 23, 2017
Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist
Nancy Woods Daniel (Born 1951)
“If through expressive painting I can touch the heart of the viewer, I will have accomplished my desire as a painter.”