Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Nebraska 150 Bone Creek Museum Exhibition Includes Nancy Teague Abstract

In honor of Nebraska's sesquicentennial (150 years of Statehood), many celebrations and events are taking place. 

To see the full lineup of events and programs go to Nebraska 150 - there's something for everyone across the State!

One of the unique artistic events to honor Nebraska’s sesquicentennial is being hosted by (nationally and internationally known) Bone Creek Museum.  

Bone Creek Museum has put together a large scale juried exhibition featuring 150 original artworks no larger than 11"x14". 



These small works of art are done by professional and amateur artists who live in Nebraska. The exhibition ties into the mission of the Bone Creek Museum to connect people to the land through art.

All artworks are for sale. 

Exhibition dates May 3 - July 30th.  

Special Opening and Closing Receptions on May 27th and July 30th, respectively.

I am delighted that my small painting, "Over Yonder", was selected to be part of

150 Artists, 150 Artworks, 150 Years of Nebraska in Miniature!

"Over Yonder"  8"x8" Acrylic on Canvas  Nancy Teague

Congratulations Nebraska for 150 years and counting!

 

 

 

Monday, April 10, 2017

Leopold Gallery KC MO 2017 Kick Off Show Includes Nancy Teague Reception April 14

Leopold Gallery, Kansas City, MO, kicks off its 2017 Shows with a Four Person Exhibit featuring painters Louis Copt, MJ Rigby, and Nancy Teague, along with sculptor Jacob Burmood.

Opening Reception is Friday April 14th, 6:00-9:00pm.



I am excited to be part of this show!

Here are a few of my pieces that will be on display.

Vacay Planning  20x20 Acrylic on Canvas Nancy Teague
 
Just Chillin'  36x36 Acrylic on Canvas  Nancy Teague

Vigor In The Day  20x20 Acrylic on Canvas  Nancy Teague

Take It To The Clouds  12x12 Acrylic on Canvas  Nancy Teague


My representative piece on the mailer image (above) has already Sold! Yay! Here is the whole painting.

Going Up  40x30  Acrylic on Canvas SOLD  Nancy Teague

 Would be fun to see you at the Opening Reception on April 14th! Otherwise, if you can check out the show another time, awesome!


Monday, March 27, 2017

Art Move Issue Ten Reviews Nancy Teague Abstracts

Good news - may artwork was reviewed in Art Move Magazine!



J. Fatima Martins, Editor-At-Large & Social Media at Art Move, did an insightful review of my art journey and abstracts.

One of the featured abstracts - "Thinking About It" 8x8 Acrylic  Nancy Teague


Below is an excerpt from the review, "Nancy Teague's Creative Liberation":


“…Through the freedom of deconstructing real objects into abstracted forms and experimenting with chaotic gestures and clashing color juxtapositions, she’s moved from being earthbound and tied to painting with precise rules to being sky-bound and interpreting the world from a more vague and open-minded, liberating perspective…Her paintings, therefore, communicate the important tension between letting go and holding on. This creative anxiety is translated into beautiful, loose-edged blocks of engaging colors and indeterminate lines that act within the painting as a type of writing, transforming the compositions into indefinite visual poetry. There’s an abundance of spontaneity, calming void or rest space, spatial depth, and physical texture, as well as dance-like movement, but all the activity is systematic and prudent…”



To read the full article, "Nancy Teague's Creative Liberation", by J. Fatima Martins, click here.

Besides hard copies available in Lincoln, the full magazine is now available Online here.

Art Move Issue Ten is loaded with other featured articles, including a powerful testimony (page 18) by the originator and Owner of this publication. Sara Kovanda, a multi-talented artist-musician-writer, shares her gripping story that should bring hope to many who have been deeply wounded from abuse. Her journey is one of darkness but culminates in rebounding and flourishing. A remarkable woman!

Additional articles include topics on musicians, poets, Surrealist Nolan Tredway, comedy, human interests, and food. The food topic was of special interest to me because it is about a chocolate!

Rebecca Ankenbrand, chocolatier, is owner of Sweet Minou Chocolate in Lincoln, NE. She is into nothing but the best decadent chocolate. To read more about her unique business check out page 10 in Art Move Issue Ten .  You can also find Sweet Minou Chocolate on Facebook.
 

A big thank you to J. Fatima Martins and Art Move for featuring my abstracts! And thank you Art Move for your unique support of the Arts in Lincoln, NE.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Still Point Gallery Not Easy Being Green Competition Includes Nancy Teague

Here's some fun news! My work was accepted to be part of Still Point Gallery's online themed competition - "It's Not Easy Being Green". What a theme!

If you love the color green, have thought it is not easy being green, or wonder what artists come up with focusing on green, then check out this unique work.

One of my paintings, "Bucolic", is featured on the top bar of images on the main page - fourth one to the right.

Still Point Arts Quarterly, a high quality art and literature publication, will feature these 'green works', in their upcoming Spring 2017 ~ Issue No. 25. To purchase go here.

Here are my pieces that are part of Still Point Gallery's 'green' competition.

"Bucolic"  20x20 Acrylic on Canvas  ©Nancy Teague


"Going Up"  40x30 Acrylic on Canvas  ©Nancy Teague





"Over Yonder"  8x8 Acrylic on Canvas  ©Nancy Teague


I'm not sure why some would think it's not easy being green, unless it has to do with the phrase "being green with envy". Talk about an unhappy place!

But, I love green. In fact, I can't wait for green to start popping up everywhere in my area. I am ready to be done with winter - browns and grays.

Come on GREEN! This color is also symbolic of new life, new beginnings, wholeness, and healing. Here's wishing you lots of good green in your life.


Sunday, January 8, 2017

2017 New Year New Works N Teague Abstracts

I'm kicking off 2017 with several new paintings! Thought you might enjoy the energy and vibrancy in these recent works. May they give you a sense of renewed hope and excitement in another year of life.

"Make A Splash"  36x36x1.5 Acrylic Nancy Teague

"Grab The Day"  20x20x1.5 Acrylic  Nancy Teague

"Vigor In Your Day"  20x20x1.5 Acrylic  Nancy Teague

Wishing you special splashes of fun and risk. Wishing you vigor in your days. Fullness to you in 2017!

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Nancy Teague Diptych Installed KSU College of Business Administration Building

What an exciting day it was to deliver the six foot by eight foot diptych to KSU College of Business Administration's new building! Note the rented mini van to get them there.

Unloading one of two - "Risk In Progress"


Unwrapping of the protective coverings.





























           Officially installed in the KSU CBA Executive Conference Room - "Risk In Progress" Diptych (each panel 72"x48")             Acrylic on Canvas ©2016 Nancy Teague

How fun to see "Risk In Progress" right at home among these risk takers - CEOs, Business Owners, Company Presidents, Regents, and Firm Partners - all connected to Kansas State University College of Business Administration!



Thanks again to Stacy Kovar (Assistant Dean KSU CBA) and her Art Committee and Paul Dorrell (Leopold Gallery Kansas City, MO) for giving me such a wonderful opportunity to do this commission!

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

How I Painted KSU CBA Diptcyh Commission

I always enjoy seeing how an artist does a piece of work. So here goes for you to see how I painted the diptych commission for Kansas State University College of Business Administration's new building.

This diptych (two paintings) will hang in the CBA Executive Conference Room. The following two images give you an idea of the location.

On site Signage for KSU CBA new Business Administration Building - completed August 2106
CBA Executive Conference Room under construction.
The niche at the far end will display the diptych.


Now check out the HOW and WHAT I did to complete this BIG commission.

Underground for the two panels.



Working on Panel 1 KSU CBA Commission - Nancy Teague

Support bars sure help in moving the panels for KSU CBA Commission - Nancy Teague

Stepping stool comes in handy on Panel 2 KSU CBA Commission - Nancy Teague

Now the lower areas on Panel 2 KSU CBA commission - Nancy Teague
Painting the sides of the canvas to complement the work - KSU Commission - Nancy Teague
Finally done!
I did it! "Risk In Progress" diptych 72"x96" Acrylic on Canvas ©2016 Nancy Teague
Did you catch my title? "Risk In Progress" - a special play on words!

Oh, and one last thing to do - Documentation! High resolution images are a must.
 

My goodness, what a stretching and fun commission!

Thanks to Paul Dorrell, owner Leopold Gallery in Kansas City MO, for submitting my name for consideration of this KSU Commission. And thank you to CBA Assistant Dean Stacy Kovar (and her committee) for accepting me for this BIG art project.

What a blessing, in many ways!