Nancy Chambers

Lean on me
37x37cms
Lean on me
White Roses I
47x47cms
White Roses I
Pink and Blue Bouquet
47x47cms
Pink and Blue Bouquet
Yellow Roses I
48x47cms
Yellow Roses I
Square Vase of Poppies
49x48cms
Square Vase of Poppies
Burnt Orange Poppies
49x48cms
Burnt Orange Poppies
Blushing Kiss II
98x98cms
Blushing Kiss II
Meant to be Together
98x98cms
Meant to be Together
Three is a crowd
37x37cms
Three is a crowd
Friends Reunited
37x37cms
Friends Reunited
Perfect Pears
37x37cms
Perfect Pears
Sweet Red Poppies
46x46cms
Sweet Red Poppies
Summer's Here
46x46cms
Summer's Here
Solitary Lemon
46x46cms
Solitary Lemon
Solitary Apple
46x46cms
Solitary Apple
Red Tulips
46x46cms
Red Tulips
Red on White
98x98cms
Red on White
Poppies and Pastels
46x46cms
Poppies and Pastels
Pink on Blue
98x98cms
Pink on Blue
Pear Duo
36x36cms
Pear Duo
One Fine Day
46x46cms
One Fine Day
In Full Bloom
46x46cms
In Full Bloom
Dandelion Day
46x46cms
Dandelion Day
Five Strawberries, RIPE Series
36x36cms
Five Strawberries, RIPE Series
Four Apples, RIPE Series
36x36cms
Four Apples, RIPE Series

Nancy began exhibiting her contemporary, colourful paintings in 2019. Within a year she was invited to exhibit alongside some of the UK's most accomplished artists including 5 Turner Prize winners and 3 of her personal art heroes Antony Gormley, Grayson Perry and Maggi Hambling.

Nancy started her artistic endeavours at an early age and kept painting throughout a 30 year career in the charity sector. Having decided to devote more time to painting she has been delighted that her paintings have received wide appreciation and now hang in homes as far afield as New York, Jerusalem and Australia.

She is excited to be working in partnership with a number of galleries across the UK, from Scotland to the tip of Wales and many regions in England as it means more people can see, enjoy and have the opportunity to own her work.

Nancy aims to capture an essence rather than a literal interpretation of each subject. She enjoys not just the colour but the textural quality of paint and works with both to achieve the finished painting. With a dandelion, for instance, she paints with needles to capture their distinctive petals and for her poppy paintings she makes her own ‘palette knives’ by recycling milk cartons. The common thread in the subject matter of her paintings is her love of nature; inspired by trips around the coast of south west England and time spent growing plants in her small city garden.

Five Cherries, RIPE Series
36x36cms
Red Poppies Blue Sky
47x47cms
Three Plums, RIPE Series
36x36cms
Dandelions II
47x47cms
Dandelions I
48x47cms
Bristol Blue with Pink Poppies
49x48cms
Steal a Kiss
98x98cms