Nancy Howe is a self-taught artist who began developing her art seriously in 1988 from her rural studio in Vermont. Her paintings in oils exhibit a refined quality of realism often described as suffused with light, exquisitely textural, and having a quiet presence. Her unique treatment of the subject matter, which spans the range from animals and birds, to landscape, still life, and figures, is created through thoughtful compositions, strong design and the expression of light.


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