Nancy McCormick has lived and worked year-round on Mount Desert Island for most of her adult life. Nancy’s work is a reflection of Mount Desert Island as seen from a multitude of perspectives: its shifting seasons, changing
Nancy’s materials and process are of primary interest to her. She is influenced by many artists, known and unknown, and their forms of self-expression over of the course of history: deteriorating frescoes, Chinese ink-brush paintings, 19th-century travel landscapes, needlepoint samples, the work of Mark Rothko and Paul Klee.
Nancy McCormick was born in New York City and received her BFA from Denison University.