Nancy maintains a home in Connecticut and St. Croix. She is a 1965 graduate of the University of Connecticut with a BFA in art. Before raising her family, she taught high school art in Bristol, Connecticut.
Nancy has been painting professionally for over 40 years. She has been represented in six Caribbean Museum Center Calendars and her work is in many private collections in the Virgin Islands as well as in the states.
In 2009, Nancy was selected as the poster artist for the Good Hope School's annual art exhibit. Her painting, "Bertha's Bananas", now hangs in a private collection.
In 2010 her work appeared on two covers of the magazine, "ST Croix This Week".
The painting titled "Twenty-one Goats" has been included in the 2012 publication of "Island Art & Soul ART BOOK" Vol.1.
The book can be purchased through the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts.
Painting in vivid colors with quick strokes, is Nancy's way of portraying the vitality of St. Croix, the people, the flora and fauna of the island and the activities of the inhabitants.
Nancy has raised two sons and now has the privilege of enjoying three grandchildren.
You can view more of Nancy's work in St. Croix at "Danica Gallery" and at "The Goldworker" in Christiansted as well as the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts in Frederiksted.
More of Nancy's work can be seen by appointment, when she is on Island she can be reached there at 340-778-1268