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Quiet Light by Nancy Parsons
Snug As A Bug by Nancy Parsons
Moored in Light-SOLD by Nancy Parsons
At Ease SOLD by Nancy Parsons
First Light by Nancy Parsons
Pondering on a Pond by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Vanishing Hoopers by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Fun In the Sun by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Canals of Coexistence by Nancy Parsons
Resurrection by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Praise For The Morning by Nancy Parsons
SOLD No.3 Trio in Triptych by Nancy Parsons
SOLD No. 2 Trio in Triptych by Nancy Parsons
SOLD No. 1 Trio in Triptych by Nancy Parsons
My Little Chickadee by Nancy Parsons
Heart in Darkness by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Little Bird Come Sit Upon My Window Sill by Nancy Parsons
Brown Pelican by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Bald Eagle by Nancy Parsons
Greater Prarie Chicken by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Arctic Fox by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Trumpeter Swan by Nancy Parsons
Walrus by Nancy Parsons
SOLD Snips Snails and Puppy Dog Tails by Nancy Parsons
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About Nancy Parsons
"I am a graphic designer and contemporary impressionist oil painter of what I call, not-so-still life. Life never sits still; it is a living organism of energy and light spinning in perpetual motion. Energy extends beyond visual boundaries of shape to connect and dance with all that surrounds. My objective is a portrayal of the movement and sense of spirit.
I find joy in simple ordinary things around me, and am fascinated by the play of light, shadow and reflections of color. I work in contemplative solitude to hear all that is being revealed by a subject.
My paintings are painted wet-on-wet in bold loose brush stokes, laying down one delicious spot or note of color or tone of color, one next to another until they merge into a symphony.
I will spend the rest of my life learning to listen. I am just one very insignificant instrument in this world, the privilege of capturing it in paint I credit to the master Creator."
I am a member of Oil Painter's of America. Please visit my blog: www.headondownthehighway.blogspot.com