Nancy Glover’s recent paintings explore architectural interiors as personal domestic space. Source material for this work
comes from magazines, art history, drawing from observation and photographs the artist has taken. She works intuitively to compose
a psychologically evocative physical place. Her previous body of work was based on landscape and memory. Nancy’s botanicals are an
ongoing studio practice grounded in direct observation.
Glover grew up in western Montana. After receiving a BA degree from the university at Missoula, she moved to the west coast.
Nancy attended California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland before moving to NYC, where in 1991, she received an MFA in
painting from Hunter College. Glover has been awarded residencies at Montana Artist Refuge, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts,
and McDowell Art Colony and has been in numerous exhibitions. In addition to her studio practice Glover currently teaches
botanical illustration in the continuing education program at Pratt Art Institute. She lives and works in Brooklyn.