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RepresentationClaggett Rey Gallery
Vail, COlorado - 970-476-9350Davis & Blevins-The Main Street Gallery
Saint Jo, Texas - 940.995.2787K Newby Gallery
Tubac, AZ - 520-398-9662L. A. Thompson Gallery of Fine Art
Clifton, Texas - 254.675.2787Southwest Gallery
Dallas, Texas - 214.296.0693 or 877.248.2513Wild Horse Gallery
Steamboat Springs, Colorado - 970.879.5515Recent Blog PostsPigments, Painters, and ThievesPosted on 4/4/2019 9:43:58 PMOsage ContinuumPosted on 3/23/2019 6:27:33 AMHow Paper Lights, Magic Nights Came To B...Posted on 4/19/2017 10:14:08 AMBrandywine on the BrazosPosted on 2/26/2016 4:13:08 PMDeadlines: A Love / Hate RelationshipPosted on 5/9/2015 3:19:13 PMBiography
Nancy Boren’s first painting, a watercolor, was done at age 12 while sitting next to her artist father, James Boren, as he painted at the Grand Canyon. Since then she has branched out to original print making and oil painting, depicting a variety of landscape and marine subjects, and is often captivated by scenes in which the figure fills the canvas.
She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Abilene Christian University and cites the influence of notable traditional painters such as Sargent, Sorolla and Fechin. Boren's paintings, Aloft in the Western Sky and Four Corners Cowgirl, are part of the permanent collection of the Booth Museum of Western Art in Cartersville, GA. She has also exhibited at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, the Gilcrease Museum, The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Center in Oklahoma City, and the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Show at the National Arts Club, NY. Her paintings were used in the feature film 9 Months and the ABC TV show The Benefactor. She was one of five finalists in the state of Texas for the design of the Texas Quarter in 2004.
Boren's paintings are included in:
Art of the West Magazine, Sept/Oct 2017
Southwest Art Magazine, October 2015
Reflections of the West: Cowboy Painters and Poets edited by C. J. Hadley, 2015Brushstrokes and Balladeers: Painters and Poets of the American West edited by C. J. Hadley, 2013Western Art Collector Magazine, July 2012
Texas Traditions by Michael Duty and Susan McGarry, Fresco Fine Art Publishing, 2010The Painted Hills, A History of Art in Bosque County, TX by George Larson, Bosque Museum, 2009Affiliations: Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society (Best of Show 2018), Signature Member of the Oil Painters of America (Bronze Medal 2016), Signature Member of the Outdoor Painters Society, Master Signature Member of the American Women Artists (Gold Medal 2015, [...]Read the rest of this bio on the
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