is recognized for her Prismacolor pencil illustrations. The artist has been using Prismacolor pencils for over fifteen years, and her technique allows her to realistically capture the world in a vivid, colorful style and bring it to life for her audience. Nancy specializes in marine, nature, and wildlife illustrations. She has been teaching painting and drawing courses to students of all ages for eight years at various art foundations and art centers in Florida and Virginia. She also teaches at her own studio, The Jacey Gallery, located in Richmond.
Nancy graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University where she received her BFA in Studio Art. She later studied at the Savannah College of Art and Design, earning her MFA in Illustration.
Nancy's illustrations have been exhibited extensively throughout Florida, Georgia and Virginia. Her clients include Toland Home and Garden Inc., Jacey Vineyards, Weekly Reader Magazine, Rooms to Go Inc., Public Imagery Inc., Food Systems Unlimited Inc., YMCA, the Royal Order of Jesters Division of Shriners Children's Hospital, RseaH Enterprises Inc., Maverick Energy Group Ltd., NPA Bodybuilding USA, Mermaid's Bite Boutique and the Florida Wildlife Federation.
Nancy's artwork has been featured in The Colored Pencil Magazine, The Best of Worldwide Artists Working in Charcoal, Pastel & Pencil Vol.1, The International Dictionary of Artists, Print Magazine, the Directory of Illustration, Black Book and Black Book Raw Magazine. For further contact information, commissions or to view more of Nancy Jacey's artwork and her Richmond art gallery location, visit her website at www.nancyjacey.com.