Nancy Tucker Art

My Art


My life and passion for painting has been enriched by cultural experiences from living, teaching and learning in different parts of the world – South America, Turkey and Africa. In Angola I taught art to a group of children in an orphanage and managed to get them to exhibit their work in order to fund their education. I have continued with my voluntary work in London where I teach Art to the “Colombian Pensioners Club”

From this fantastic, cultural, exposure comes all the intensity and the creative expression seen in the main focus of my subject matter –

“The Loads That Women Carry”.

Using oils, I have developed my pallet to truly reflect my awareness of what I saw and felt in my childhood and later life. In my canvases, impregnated with color, I want to portray that Universe of Harmony and Sensuality displayed by women – in spite of the societal and physical loads carried by them.

I did my first solo exhibition in Pueyredon Museum in Buenos Aires and, since then, I have managed to hold a solo exhibition every 2 years in each of the different countries in which I have lived, namely; Argentina, the Museum of contemporary art in Ankara Turkey and the Natural History Museum in Angola.

Load More
Something is wrong. Response takes too long or there is JS error. Press Ctrl+Shift+J or Cmd+Shift+J on a Mac.