Nancy Good is a fine art photographer/mixed-media artist living and working in the Southern Nevada/California area. Pushing the envelope, Nancy engages in the continuing study of other unique artists and photographers of all genres as a means to developing her own craft, while working with a diverse collection of photographic equipment and artistic mediums. Fearless experimentation has helped Nancy develop a confident approach to her art, liberating her to capture and create images of unexpected beauty among from what may, at first glance, appear quite mundane.
Utilizing varying techniques, including (but not limited to) infrared photography, specialized lenses, digital software, acrylic paints/glazes/inks, print-making, textile design, and recycled/re-purposed materials, Nancy seeks out unusual and unexpected perspectives of often familiar subjects, inviting viewers to take a deeper look into what’s before them, as well as what’s within. Not afraid to turn the camera on herself, she also has several self-portrait series that challenge viewers to look at societal masks and facades and how we hide from those closest to us, including ourselves.
A published and award-winning photographer/artist, Nancy’s work has regularly been seen in exhibits across the country in high profile locations such as Las Vegas City Hall, UNLV Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery, Nashville International Airport, Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, Contemporary Arts Center in Las Vegas, Life is Beautiful Festival and galleries in the Southeast, New York, Montana, Nevada and California. As expected, her work is also found in important private collections throughout the U.S. and overseas through sales, gifts and charitable donations, including the acquisition of her work by the University of Nevada Las Vegas' Marjorie Barrick Museum of Fine Art.