Wednesday, April 12, 2017

New One-Person Show!


Opening Reception:
Thursday, April 13
5:30 until 8:30 pm
Exhibition continues to April 29

222 East King Street
Malvern, PA  19355

Hours: Wed thru Sat 11-5
Sun thru Tuesday by appointment

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Philadelphia Museum of Art Watercolor videos

Here's a cool thing that happened recently. I got asked to be the demonstration artist for four technique videos made by the Philadelphia Museum of Art for this exhibition:

How watercolor became an American phenomenon
March 1, 2017 - May 14, 2017

Shooting video like this was something completely new to me, and it was exciting, a truly fascinating process. I have new appreciation for every Art Video I've ever seen, now that I understand more about what goes into it. Such a lot! The paper conservation staff and the video people were prepared, professional and ready for everything, and the day flew by. The videos turned out GREAT!

Painting in front of a whole bunch of cameras
Taking a short break while they set up the next shot.
Curator Kathleen A. Foster at the opening reception.

My husband and I enjoying the reception.
Thrilled to be a tiny part of this fantastic show!
Quick shot of one of the four videos
starring my right hand. It was
 weird but cool overhearing people
commenting on the videos!

This show is a must-see for anyone who loves Watercolor. It's almost like undergoing a series of wonderful shocks, seeing iconic painting after iconic painting, there on the wall right in front of your eyes! Plus an amazing "back up choir" of stellar works never seen before. And if you go, give a little nod to the video kiosks. Explaining a bit about the watercolor process was a brilliant idea and I could see that it really deepened the enjoyment of the show for many people. Maybe some viewers will even be inspired to start painting! 

For more information on the American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent exhibition:

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Faculty Show Poster Girl

I'm delighted to share that my piece "Painting Girl" was chosen as the Poster Image for the current MC3 Faculty show.
Image: "Painting Girl" o/c 36 x 24 inches Nancy Bea Miller 2014

It's fun, and a little startling, to see my image on posters, and flyers tacked up around campus. Gives that feeling of, "Wherever you go, there you are." LOL! It's a terrific show, the faculty at MC3 are really great, and it's interesting to see the alumni invitees excellent work mixed in as well!

Montgomery County Community College
Invitational - All Media
Wednesday, February 1, to Friday, February 24, 2017

Meet the Artists Reception: Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 5-7 p.m.

Fine Art Gallery
340 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422 

Fine Arts Center Gallery

Located at the Central Campus in Blue Bell, the Fine Arts Center Gallery is free and open to the community.
Gallery Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-9:30 p.m. // Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. // Closed Saturday & Sunday

Saturday, September 17, 2016

INSIDE OUT exhibition

I'm very happy to have a few pieces in this show:

An exhibition on perception
Carver Gallery 
September 20 - October 28th
Gallery Talk: September 20th 1-2 pm
George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology

938 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21204  phone 410-887-2775

"Lemon Surprise" oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

New Classes and Workshops

I'm teaching in a number of different venues right now:

1) Watercolor Painting at Montgomery County Community College, main campus. The class is currently full with a waiting list but you never know! ART 222 at 

2) Etegami Workshop at Main Line Art Center. This should be really fun! Ink, watercolor and quotations. One day only, Saturday September 24, 1-4 pm. For more information and to register: 

3) Critique Group at Main Line Art Center. Starts next week: Tuesdays 6:00-9:00pm September 13 - November 15. (note: someone renamed it "Critique Club" in the prospectus, which sounds a little silly, but no worries, it's still serious, yet supportive, group critique!)

4) Private one-on-one Instruction, ongoing in my Manayunk studio. My availability for this is extremely limited, and I'm already pretty booked up, but I have been considering hosting a group Life Class in my studio. If this is something you might be interested in shoot me an email ASAP and I'll put you on the list to be contacted if/when I do go ahead with it. Space will be limited and I'll go down the list on a first come - first served basis.  


Friday, May 6, 2016

We Do What We Must

I'm grateful to be included in this very cool show exploring the current role of women in society, entitled We Do What We Must , opening tonight at Rodger LaPelle Galleries in Old City Philadelphia. When I look at the five pieces I have in it, one photograph and four paintings, every single one documents a collaboration with a different friend (or two!) from several different areas of my life.  Making it clear that connections and friendships are crucially important to me as I move through this world.

Visiting Friends oil on canvas 18 x 24 inches 2016

First Friday opening is tonight, May 6, 5-9 pm.
Artist's Reception is Saturday, May 7, 1-4 pm. This is the gallery event I will be at if you want to come say Hi! I know it's short notice, so if this coming weekend doesn't work, stop in another time to view the show. We Do What We Must, curated by Jeanine LeClaire, remains up through June 26, 2016

Rodger LaPelle Galleries
122 North Third Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107


Squirrel Gallery 2016

I was happy to be invited to participate in the Squirrel Gallery 2016 exhibition. It was a three day event, and I did not manage to get the information up in time on this blog. But many thanks, friends, for the very good turnout and sales!

Hugh's Breakfast  oil on linen 18 x 24 inches 2011