Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Nancy Teague Participates In UNL MEDICI Fundraiser

MEDICI 2015, the University of Nebraska Art Department's fundraising event experienced a packed audience on the evening of February 26 2015, at the UNL Eisentrager-Howard Gallery.
Medici UNL 2015 with Dan Howard Painting
This artsy event attracts art collectors from across Nebraska.

In previous years, Medici funding has purchased equipment such as the large electric kiln in Ceramics, a safer table saw and large lathe in the Fabrication Space, cameras, and a large-format vinyl cutter for the Digital Lab.

Last year MEDICI 2014 had a record fundraiser of more than $23,000.  This helped fund a new lighting studio for Photography. This year, MEDICI is planning to help with raw materials (bricks and steel) for its Kiln Construction course and pay for studio upgrades in Painting.

Medici also helps sponsor the UNL Visiting Artists Program, which brings nationally noted artist, scholars and critics to the Lincoln campus.

For the 2015 Medici fundraiser twenty artist had donated major artworks for sale.  Two works of art were available by silent auction - a Dan Howard painting and a glass piece by Omaha's Therman Statom.

In addition, sixty-five artist donated $100 art pieces for purchase.
Medici UNL 2015 - A few of the $100 Artworks for sale
Among the sixty-five, I was honored to be asked to participate. I am tickled to say that my painting, "A Tad Tickled", was quickly purchased!

"A Tad Tickled" 8x8 Acrylic on Canvas

©Nancy Teague

For more information on the Medici event go to the MEDICI website.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Nancy Teague Painting In Octagon 2015 National Exhibit

Good news! My painting "Make A Splash" was accepted in the Octagon Center for the Arts National All Media Exhibit in Ames, Iowa.

Make A Splash Acrylic 36x36 (c)Nancy Teague
 This painting reminded me of the spontaneous playfulness of children.

Did you ever jump into a puddle and make a splash when you were little?
Puddles are just waiting to be jumped in by children.
Oh, the vibrant colors of delight that explode in such child-like fun!
Of course mom doesn't think so, knowing that puddles can create stains.

If you dared to jump in, wasn't it fun?
If you saw someone do it, didn't you want to follow suit?
What fun reflections we are made to be. Hence the double splash.

Unfortunately, in our 'grown-up' life
we fall into busy, distracted, or worn out,
so we don't play and make splashes.
This painting is a reminder to play and participate in a part of the fullness of life.
Splash! It does a body good!

Okay, back to the exhibit.

From 323 nation-wide submitted entries the juror selected 65 pieces of artwork for the exhibit. Octagon Center for the Arts' 2015 National Juried All-Media Exhibition will be on display through April 5th.

The juror's comment on the show - "The sheer number of entries in and of itself is a powerful indicator that this competition serves an important role as it gives many artists an opportunity to showcase their work.  I was impressed by the dedication and commitment of all the artists who entered." Juror Pauline Verbeek-Cowart

The opening reception was Friday evening on January 23rd.  The Gallery was packed!

An artsy good night was had by all.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Artist Carol R. Thompson Chosen by Nancy Teague for "Artists Choosing Artists" at The Burkholder Project

The Burkholder Project uses the month of January each year to have its resident artists select outside artists with whom to exhibit side by side.

This year I am delighted to have Carol R. Thompson as my guest artist.

Carol does engagingly serene, elegant, and sometimes humorous still lives. Her striking artwork can be seen at her website, here.

Recently she stretched beyond her still lives and did a wide open landscape. I love the  simplicity of her composition in "Orange Truck". The vastness with 'two passing'  expresses an interesting mixture of loneliness, endurance, and beauty.
"Orange Truck" 36x48
© Carol R. Thompson

The piece I will be showing alongside Carol's is my new painting, "Transport". Hey, they are talking about similar things!
"Transport" 40x30
© Nancy Teague

Artists Choosing Artist"
Friday Night Gallery Walk Opening Reception
January 9, 2015
The Burkholder Project
719 P St
Lincoln, NE

Join us if you can - lots of unique guest artists showing alongside The Burkholder Project Artists!

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Nancy Teague Gallery New Since October 2014!

Boy, am I way behind the curve ball - never did an announcement about my new gallery space on my blog!

Here I am at Nancy Teague Gallery, which opened in October 2014. It is located at The Burkholder Project 719 P Lincoln, NE. Can you tell I am excited!

This is the entrance into Nancy Teague Gallery.

Lots of great natural light during the daytime and LED Track lights in the evening. Sweet!

If you are ever in Lincoln, NE please stop by and check out my Expressive Abstracts in Nancy Teague Gallery located at The Burkholder Project 719 P Lincoln, NE.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Nancy Teague SOLO Show Now Hanging At The Burkholder Project Sept 2-30 2014

What fun it was to hang my Solo Show two days ago. The exhibition space is called the "Skylight Gallery". As it name implies are wonderful skylights in the pitched ceiling. Thus lots of day light fills this room.

There is an opening in the middle of the floor with railings so one can look down at art, or from the first floor look up at art. Pretty sweet!

Here are a few pictures I took with my smart phone. It's difficult to capture the whole show given confines of the hole in the floor. But hopefully you can get the 'feel' of the show.

If you can, please join me at the Opening Reception on September 5th, Friday night 7-9pm. You will be in for a visual treat of spontaneity, playfulness, and intrigue!

Nancy Teague 
"Made To Reflect"  Solo Show 
Skylight Gallery
September 2- 30, 2014
The Burkholder Project
719 P Street
Lincoln, NE

Friday, August 29, 2014

Nancy Teague SOLO Show at The Burkholder Project

I'm excited - first Solo Show of my Expressive Abstracts!

"Made To Reflect"

The Burkholder Project
719 P Street
Lincoln, NE
Skylight Gallery

 September 2 - 30, 2014

Opening Reception 
September 5th
  7 - 9 pm
(Sept. 5th is also First Friday Night Gallery Walk)

If you're in the area on Opening Night, please join me in the visual fun.
Otherwise hop in during the month of September. 
You just might see something that causes you to reflect .

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

Make A Splash © Nancy Teague
Tickled Pink
© Nancy Teague
Dance With Me
© Nancy Teague

 To see more of my Expressive paintings go to 


Thursday, August 7, 2014

Nancy Teague Art Accepted in Still Point Art Gallery Earth Water Fire Air: Our World in Abstract Exhibition

I was excited to learn my three paintings were accepted in Still Point Art Gallery's Exhibition titled Earth Water Fire Air: Our World in Abstract.

"Refreshed Day" 30x30 acrylic
©Nancy Teague
"Tickled Pink"  36x48
©Nancy Teague
"Make A Splash" 36x36 acrylic
© Nancy Teague

Honored artists for this exhibition are Gary Engle, Patricia Raible, Jamie McHugh, Deb McCarroll, and  Lidia Kenig Scher.

Here is the Gallery thumbnail view of all the artwork accepted in the show. Some fun and intriguing abstract work - worth checking out and enjoying!

The Earth Fire Water Air Exhibition will be online for viewing August 1 to October 31, 2014. This exhibition will also be highlighted in the Fall 2014 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly, a very high quality publication.

Oh, in case you are interested, to see more of my Expressive Abstract artwork go to www.nancyteagueart.com

Happy viewing!