Nancy is happy to be presenting her third exhibit of photographs at The Bloomingdale Library. A long-time West Sider, Nebraska born, she has had a lifelong love of music and is known professionally for her private voice studio, performances on Broadway and regionally, as well as her helming duties as musical director for many cabaret and theatrical productions. Her creative direction has turned toward the colorful and dynamic images exhibited here. Many of the same elements found in music are imprinted in her pictures. You can see—almost hear in her art—the same harmony, moods, patterns and rhythms.
“I photograph anything and everything that catches my eye and inspires me. I love pictures that are charged with emotion at their core. I also love to collect colorful and dramatic objects, jewelry, clothing and other artist’s work. Color, pattern, rhythm...I guess that’s what I’m all about.”
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