Nancy Bossert is an artist based in the United States whose paintings have been exhibited nationally. In addition, her art has been featured in publications such as Fig Magazine. Fascinated by iconography and visual narratives, each of Bossert’s pieces conveys a story. Her distinctive abstracts, landscapes, florals, and figurative compositions are most often created with acrylics, oils, wax, and collage on paper or canvas.
“ Sentimental views, creative twists, speaking visually, allowing the viewer’s to create their own narrative seem to be constant as I approach the canvas. My methods in the creative process use a wide realm of materials and techniques. These materials include oil, acrylic, gesso, mixed media, pencil, encaustic, textiles, stoneware and more. The approach and final product demonstrates my commitment to excellent craftsmanship, overall harmony, tonal palette, fluid imagination, and strength in knowing materials.
These factors mirror in my love to share knowledge in the teaching process. Where, in teaching, I find creativity is the most difficult element to nurture in individuals. Through teaching I can create so many more pieces in my head and reinforce the insights that kindle the unique.
Thinking outside of the box is my normal as I paint, draw, and sculpt with a different perspective approach, using materials in a unique way, and combining the unusual. As I approach the abstract subject my work takes on a dream like quality of fractal, non objective movement on the canvas.” Nancy Bossert.