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Autumn Memory
Autumn Memory , 9" x 11"

Dance of the Hour
Dance of the Hour, 10" x 13"

Out in Deep space
Out in Deep space, 18" x 24"

       Artist Statement

My life is my Work.

My Work is making Art. The process of “doing” is of prime importance. The results become secondary.

My inspiration comes from the environment both natural and man-made. With my eyes and soul, I explore everything that intrigues me - a leaf, a shell, a bird, a rock, the face of a child, a flower, an African mask, the moon, the stars, the sun, the movement of water on the sand, the spaces in between ..............

I like to break the rules and take chances, and every once in a while something wonderful happens!

I have been making Art all of my life. When I am unable to do this, my life becomes unbearable.

My Work is my Life.

       A Brief Biography

Nancy Marculewicz has been painting and drawing for as long as she can remember.

Working in a variety of media, she is best known for her large, serene, acrylic landscapes, intricate collages and monotypes. She has been exhibiting her works throughout this country and abroad since the early 1960s. She has won many awards for excellence and creativity. Her pieces are in several corporate and private collections including the Lahey Clinic, Governor’s Academy, the Cabot Corporation and the Cape Ann Museum and have been featured in numerous publications including The Art of Layering: Making Connections and Visual Journeys: The Art if the 21st Century.

She is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, where she studied with Robert Hamilton and Herb Fink, earning a BFA in Painting in 1960. In 1991, she attended Haystack Mountain School of Crafts where she was introduced to gelatin plate printmaking by an old friend and mentor, Francis S. Merritt. With his encouragement, She wrote the book, Making Monotypes Using a Gelatin Plate, published in 2002.

She has taught in the Art Departments of both public and private schools and colleges, including Endicott College and Governor’s Academy, and run workshops on Gelatin Plate Printmaking and Creative Expression. She is an active member of the North Shore Arts Association of Gloucester, MA, the Society of Layerists in Multi-Media and the Monotype Guild of New England.

       Contact Information

Phone:      978-768-6288
Address:   PO Box 177
                   Essex, MA 01929