This work


This work has been around for a while.

I did it while working at my old job as portrait photographer.  I had a little down time between customers so I did something creative.

sunflower-sm2010It is all in color pencils.  The story behind it is I just wanted to create a sunflower.  I was looking in a magazine and there it was so I did it my way.

I have  it posted on my page at loretta-nash.fineartamerica.com for the past 3 years. 

It is now  able to have gilcees printed.   The starting price for the gilcee on canvas is $47 (rounded up) and the quality great.  Check it out and get yours and any other  gilcees of my works available.

Published by lorgh

Loretta Nash born in Northeast Mississippi and raised/resides in West Memphis, Arkansas. Unable to afford trending coloring books, she began making her own coloring (art) books. Her first formal art class was in junior high were she exceed with high marks in portraits. She continued art classes throughout high school. During college, she didn’t declare her art major until her final semester. Feeling confident about her skills in traditional art, she began looking for a career. Her longest career to date was being a retail photographer where her art degree helped. Currently she is a substitute teacher and working towards becoming an art teacher. Always watching tv since she was young, Mrs. Nash has many influences in many genres. Trained she works in various mediums; she prefers to work in color pencils and acrylics. Her works are on online galleries, for sale. Her studio is wherever she can make art.

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