Art Work

The Quadriga, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, watercolor by Nancy Wait 1995

The Quadriga, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, watercolor by Nancy Wait 1995

I have added a new gallery called Park Slope Paintings to my online art website with Fine Art America ~ LINK ~

I have also created a new facebook page, Painting Park Slope, (which is where I’ve lived for the past twenty years) to bring attention to the work I have done in the past  — before I embarked on writing a memoir about becoming an artist. As long as you’re on facebook, you might as well check out my author page as well! The Nancy Who Drew.

But now I find myself drawing again, and drawing in the park (see my post Really Truly Treely ).

Over the years friends have urged me to offer my work (originals/prints/cards) for sale on ebay or etsy, but I could never see myself packaging the items — even if I could afford to have prints and cards made. That is why Fine Art America appealed to me. They do it all themselves and offer me a small markup.

Back in 1996 when I began going online with art work and blogs, I used Artspan. Feels like such a long time ago now…

polar shift #2

pastel on paper by Nancy Wait 1995

Here is the LINK to the gallery I call Visionary Paintings — epitomized by the pastel on the left, Polar Shift.

oil on canvas by Nancy Wait 1987

oil on canvas by Nancy Wait 1987

And if you like architecture you might want to have a look at the work I did HERE of the Philip Johnson building on Madison Avenue when it was the AT&T building, before SONY bought it.

I’m particularly fond of this small series in watercolor: Layers of Consciousness HERE

Last but not least, visionary paintings of the female… HERE

Becoming Grounded; watercolor by Nancy Wait 1987

Becoming Grounded; watercolor by Nancy Wait 1987

I have many, many more paintings waiting to be uploaded.

I used to be online with my work at Artspan, but then I became too engrossed with my writing to keep up with it. I think I’m currently finding a good balance!

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