Online Artist Archive
Discipline: Graphics, Painting
Nancy Walter-Brown developed her interest in art at a young age. Upon graduation from her Stanley, North Dakota high school - and a childhood of art classes - Nancy attended the Phoenix Institute of Technology, a design school in Arizona. She has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in graphic design from Minot State University and is currently the executive director of the Taube Museum of Art in Minot.
During the months of October, November, December 2001, she was one of the featured artists in the offices of North Dakota Governor John Hoeven and First Lady Mikey Hoeven.
Nancy chooses to paint imagery of the southwestern United States, such as adobe buildings. She says that she likes the colors and versatility of the subject. She feels that it is important to keep things representational, but not necessarily realistic.
- Ben Nemenoff