The painter and art critic, Roger Fry, once asked a little girl how she set about drawing. She replied," First I have a little "think" and then I put a line around it." that is the great beauty in children’s art. They are serious about what they do, and they paint with an innocent eye, not what they see but what they know. Their emotions become the binder in the paint as they tell their stories.
In her program, Nancy is exceptional at encouraging her students to think and explore endless possibilities while at the same time urging them to look inside and tell their stories with freedom and the pure joy of creating.