Nancy Conrad

Nancy Conrad

Title: Artist
Location: Lakeside, Montana, United States

Nancy Conrad, Artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Fine Arts.

Since winning a full scholarship to the Museum of Fine Arts in second grade, Ms. Conrad has followed her passion to major in art and art history, ultimately finding a place in a field she loves. Her work has become a part of her, and so long as she is creating something she is happy. Ms. Conrad works primarily in paints, and has also been an art teacher in the Houston, Texas area. Furthermore, she is recognized as a Marquis Who’s Who Industry Expert.

Following her scholarship with the Museum of Fine Arts, Ms. Conrad entered Randolph College to earn a BFA with a double major in painting and art history. Her career has spanned private art tutelage and volunteer art consultations with the Spring Branch Independent School District. She was an art teacher with the Museum of Fine Arts and the Contemporary Arts Museum, both in Houston. In the 2000s, Ms. Conrad taught oil painting and digital photography with the Mountain Brook School Historical Foundation.

In 2016, Ms. Conrad joined American Fine Arts for Healthcare, her most recent contribution to fine arts and philanthropy. Her work draws inspiration from the natural scenery of West Texas and Montana, and Ms. Conrad has often noted that she is a realist painter surrounded by abstractionists. “My work deals with light and space and a sense of silence and solitude. I use water and sky as metaphors for my life,” says Ms. Conrad in her artist’s statement. She has also studied Japanese and Chinese art, and has been included in numerous private collections and showings, including a 2007 to 2009 Mayor’s Art Exhibition at the city Hall Annex in Houston, as well as a two-person show at the Harris Gallery in Houston in 2010. To find out more about Ms. Conrad, please visit http://nancyconradartist.com

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