Nancy has been working in clay for over 20 years. Upon completion of a Master’s Degree in Business Management from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken NJ, Nancy pursued her life-long passion in the art forms of acrylic painting, ceramics, sculpting, drawing and jewelry design.
I fire raku pottery, create majolica ceramics and paint earthenware.
My acrylic painting has a definite influence on my ceramic work. My work is influenced European Modernists and 20th century abstract expressionists.
I fashion Bohemian jewelery from raku beads, turquoise, shell, sterling silver, and coral.
My passion for antiques lives on.
One of Nancy’s raku chargers “Autumn” has been featured in the book “500 RAKU”, published by Lark. Her winning entry distinguishes itself with combination of glazes, and its application, on a large flat surface. The glazes used were raku, as well as, other non-traditional raku glazes