Nancy began drawing and taking photographs as a child. Many of her photographs are of nature and birds, and she enjoys digitally manipulating the color of some of her images giving them an otherworldly look. In the past few years, she’s taken printmaking classes at the Charles Adams Studio Project, including lithographs, screen printing, woodcut, and etching. In May 2021, she began working in watercolor, which has become a new passion for her as it draws on both her photography and drawing skills. Always interested in art, Nancy is now retired and able to explore new mediums and produce art in a way that she never had time to before. Since 2000, Nancy has exhibited her photographs at Broadway Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock Arts Alliance, Center for Contemporary Art in Abilene, Algerita Arts Center in Post, Garden and Arts Center, Tornado Gallery, La Diosa, and J&B Coffee. In addition, she's had photographs accepted into High and Dry and Dog Days of Summer at the TTU International Cultural Center and in Illuminance at the Buddy Holly Center. In 2022, she exhibited her prints, pen and ink, and watercolors at the Garden and Arts Center.