Saturday, October 27, 2012

Nancy Bozeman

“Dusty Trails” © Nancy Bozeman

Name: Nancy Bozeman
Bio: Nancy A. Bozeman grew up on a farm in the Texas Panhandle, surrounded by animals, fostering the strongest of bonds with the cats and horses - a love she has carried with her throughout her life, only recently equalled by the mules of the Grand Canyon.
As a young woman, still living in the Panhandle, she took art classes under Dord Fitz. He facilitated Nancy to meet and learn other artists such as Elaine De Kooning and Louise Nevelson. Nancy was an art major as a college student at Texas Tech in Lubbock. She graduated from Texas A&M University in 1980 with a Bachelors in Science, a Masters in Science and as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
It was not until she came across Curt Walters' Grand Canyon paintings during a visit to the Prix de West in Oklahoma City in 2007 that Nancy decided actively to pursue a professional career in art. She progressed rapidly, receiving an Honorable Mention in the 2010 Pastel 100 Competition.
Medium: Pastel
Subjects: Landscape, animals
Style: Representational to Impressionist
Navigation: A FineArtStudioOnline website
Gallery: Works: Plein Air; Landscapes; Animals; Commission Works
Image View: Thumbnails enlarge in a viewer on a new page; information is provided on the work; images enlarge further in a pop-up window. Download is permitted. Dusty Trails is 16 x 20 ins, 550 x 439, 354 KB

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