Nancy Gibson-Nash is a mixed media collage artist and illustrator. Her 3-D pieces include found objects, paint, paper and usually a beach treasure or two. A big fan of recycling, Nancy gives eclectic objects a new lease on life. She builds her pieces the old fashioned way, constructing them by hand. Work created as illustration is supplied to her clients in digital form, artfully photographed by Russell French. Her work has been shown as part of open studios, gallery exhibits and published in magazines, children’s publications, textbooks and for a variety of corporate clients. A graduate of Connecticut College, she lives on Peaks Island in Maine, with her husband, illustrator Scott Nash and their silly dog, Zephyr.
Partial client list: Atlantic Monthly, Big Blue Dot, Bloomberg, Boston University School of Medicine, Campbell Mithun, Christian Science Monitor, Connecticut College, Dartmouth College, DC Heath, Dittmar Design, Houghton Mifflin, How Magazine, Inc. Magazine, J. Walter Thompson, Kennedy School of Government, Ligature, Inc., McGraw Hill, Native Plant Conservation Initiative, New Age Journal, Nickelodeon, Northeastern University, Phillips Exeter Academy, Shreve, Crump & Low, Smithsonian Magazine, UNUM Insurance, University of Southern Maine, Washington Post, Washingtonian and Yankee Magazine.