Nancy Newman Rice

Euclidian geometry as the skeleton of the empirical experience is nothing new, Poussin and Cezanne both seized upon this method of pictorial organization through subtle designs and simplified spatial effects. My Reflection series were compilations of geometric patterns that the winter sun produced as it was filtered through horizontal blinds on a blank wall, thus defining spatial limits. Defining space with a geometric skeleton produced rectangular grid work of scaffolding which then described the interior architecture of sacred spaces in cathedrals, churches, and mosques. As I worked, the buildings eventually disappeared as if erased by time, leaving geometry as a sacred artifact. - Artist Statement

Nancy Rice

Nancy Rice Structure of Space
Structure of Space

Nancy Rice Scaffold and Ferns
Scaffold and Ferns

Education
1973 MFA, Washington University, St. Louis
1969 BFA, Washington University, St. Louis
1968 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Selected Exhibitions

2009 Solo Show, Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis MO
         Art. St. Louis, St. Louis MO
         Home Grown, Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis MO
2008 Gallery Artists, Craighead-Green Gallery,, Dallas, TX
2007 St. Louis University Museum of Art, St Louis, MO
         Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis MO
2005 Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis MO
         Innsbrook Resort and Conference Center,, Wright City, MO
2004 Selections from St. Louis Galleries, Chesterfield Arts Gallery, Chesterfield, MO
         20th Anniversary Exhibit, Elliot Smith, Contemporary Art, St. Louis MO
2003 Palm Beach International Art Fair, R. Duane Reed Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
2002 Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis, MO
2002 A Modern Bestiary: Artists View the Animal Kingdom, The Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, WI
2000 Of World and Self, Women Artists in St. Louis, Innsbrook Conference Center

   

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