Sunday, April 15, 2018

Nancy Teague Excited To Be In Mark Arts Abstract National Invitational 2018

What an honor to be in the Mark Arts "Abstract National Invitational 2018", in Wichita, KS! 

My piece, "Gaining A New Perspective", was chosen along with other wonderful works from four hundred entries.
"Gaining A New Perspective" 48x30x1.5in Acrylic on Canvas

What makes it extra special is showing in their new twelve million dollar art center. What a building! As you can see the landscaping is still developing.



 The Opening Reception was Friday, April 13th. Great turn out and lots of wonderful abstracts to enjoy.
Opening Reception Mark Arts Abstract National Exhibition 
 
How fun to watch art patrons study my work!
 

Jerry McLaughlin of Oakland, CA, the juror for the exhibition, gave an inspirational and insightful talk, particularly about his journey in becoming an artist. He is widely known for his cold wax art works. McLaughlin co-authored, with Rebecca Crowell, Cold Wax Medium: Techniques, Concepts & Conversations.
 
And to document that I was there. ;- )


The Abstract National Invitational, at Mark Arts, is on display from April 13 - July 7, 2018. The Mark Arts center is open 10am - 5pm Monday through Saturday. Admission is free.


If you are in the area, it's sure worth seeing!

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Nancy Teague New Website for 8x8 Abstracts

Exciting news from Nancy Teague Studio!

I have designed a website that only features my 8 x 8 x 1.5 inch original Abstracts. 

These 'small but mighty' abstracts can be purchased for $150 each on my new site or at my studio.

CHECK OUT my fun new site  www.nancyteague8x8.com 

Really Into It
8x8x1.5in Acrylic on Canvas Nancy Teagaue
 
Dawning Upon Me
8x8x1.5in Acrylic on Canvas Nancy Teague


These small but mighty acrylic 8x8s have a way of making an area POP! More Display ideas are on my 8x8 website.

Nancy Teague 8x8 Abstract Grouping

Nancy Teague Original 8x8 Acrylic Abstracts

Nancy Teague 8x8 on table easel.

 Please stop by to see my 8x8s at nancyteague8x8s.com

Would be fun to hear what you think of these small but mighty abstracts!

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Tamara Day Bargain Mansions includes Nancy Teague Abstracts

What a special opportunity to have my abstracts help dress up two transformed Bargain Mansions in Kansas City!

A big thanks to Leopold Gallery, who represents me in Kansas City. They let Tamara Day, host of Bargain Mansions, select artworks that she wanted to use as finishing touches to her transformed homes. My work, along with two others artists' artwork from Leopold Gallery were chosen.

Tamara Day, is the host, designer, visionary, and renovation helper in the Bargain Mansions series. Day purchased worn down huge houses at bargain prices, in the Kansas City, MO area. She saw amazing restoration possibilities in each one and brought them to life.

Tamara Day of Bargain Mansions KC Mo credit:The Kansas City Star
 Day loves to get in on the action of removing walls, tearing out cabinets, and helping refinish treasured antique parts in these old homes. I so identify with her in the 'hammer and saw' activities. As a youngster, creating and building things were a common happening for me. Later, as a home owner, I have torn out my fair share of walls, put up studs, dry walled, and tiled.

Way back then I never would have imagined that one day I would be doing abstracts that would enhance old transformed 'mansions' on a DIY Network TV series!

My paintings were part of the finishing touches in the Charlotte House and the Warwick House in Kansas City. Here are a few examples of my abstracts in these houses.

"Deep Unto Deep" 36x36 on the mantle, Charlotte house.



"Beebop Blues" 30x48 office wall, Charlotte house.

"Just Chillin'" 36x36 headboard wall, Warwick house.
 The New York Times (Sep 20,2107) even featured an article on Tamara Day's Bargain mansions. They also did a slideshow of several rooms in one of her transformed houses, that includes the image above of "Just Chillin'".

Day restored six mansion in ten months! The series is entertaining, enlightening, and engaging.

If you would like to catch these fun transformations, below are the TV stations that air this series on Wednesday evenings 9pm CST. The pilot series will re-air, so there's more opportunity to see them.

Show Details:  DIY Network – “Bargain Mansions”
Airs Wednesday Evening at 9:00pm (Central Time)
KC Channel line up!
DirecTV – 230
Dish Network – 111
Spectrum – 161
Comcast/Xfinity – Not Available
AT&T U-Verse - 1454 (HD)/454 (SD)
United Fiber – 1117(HD)/117(SD)
Google Fiber - 394

 Way to go Tamara! Love your visionary architectural and design tastes!

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Gallery 1516 Presents 2017 Nebraska Artist Biennial

Gallery 1516 in Omaha, NE will be showcasing about seventy 2-D works of art that represent "the finest in the area". From about five hundred entries a Three Panel Jury selected seventy pieces.

I am delighted that my painting, "With Purpose In The Midst", was among those chosen!

With Purpose In The Midst  30x30x1.5in  (c)Nancy Teague


Here's the particulars:

Gallery 1516
1516 Leavenworth
Omaha, NE 

2017 Nebraska Artist Biennial 
Exhibition runs Nov 1 - Dec 31, 2017

Public Opening Reception Nov 3 Friday 6-9pm

Gallery Hours  Fri Sat Sun 11am-5pm

What a great venue and opportunity to showcase some of the best of Nebraska art!

Gallery 1516 Omaha, NE


Thursday, September 7, 2017

Mark Arts National All Media Exhibition Includes Nancy Teague Abstract

So excited to share that my painting, "Thinking of You" has been selected to be part of Mark Arts National All Media Exhibition!

"Thinking of You" 30x30x1.5 Acrylic on Canvas Nancy Teague

Mark Arts had a record four hundred fifty entries, and the juror, Kyle Reicher (noted sculptor), selected eighty pieces for the All Media Exhibit.

Opening Reception Friday, September 8th
Member Reception 5:30-6:30 pm
Public Opening  6:30-7:30 pm
Juror's Talk 6:45 pm

Mark Arts National All Media Exhibition (Wichita, KS)  
September 8 - October 15, 2017

Ya all come, ya hear!? Hey, maybe I'll see you there!

Friday, August 18, 2017

SNW Gallery The Mind's Eye Includes Nancy Teague

The Mind's Eye show at Strecker Nelson West Gallery (snw.gallery), in Manhattan, KS, showcases artists' interpretations of reality and fantasy.


I am delighted to be in this unique visual expression! 

Besides featuring 

Christina Klein, John Gary Brown, Michael Driggs, and myself (as shown on the gallery's promotional mailer),

the other artists include

Aaron Morgan Brown, William Counter, Conci Denniston, Tim Forcade, Jeff Foster, Bambi Freeman, Bev Gegen, Susan Grace, Eleanor Heimbaugh, Dean Kube, Patricia Barry Levy, Bill McCall, Jennifer Rivera, Barbara Waterman Peters, Lynette Ubel, and Rashelle Weissenbach.

Opening Reception Friday, August 25th, 5 - 8pm
Exhibit Runs Aug 25 - Oct 28, 2017
Strecker Nelson West Gallery
406½ Poyntz Avenue
Manhattan, KS


Here are a couple of my paintings that will be part of the exhibit.

Onward  20x20x1.5"  Acrylic on Canvas ©2017 Nancy Teague

Discovering New Territories  30x48x1.5" Acrylic on Canvas ©2017 Nancy Teague

 If you are in the area come see this unique show, and especially be part of the lively Opening Reception!