Nancy Bulluck is a traditional artist with a contemporary flair. Working in watercolors, oils, acrylics, encaustics and mixed media, she is a dedicated painter with over thirty years of growing experience. Her work resides internationally, in both public and private collections.

As an extension of her full practice, Nancy also teaches a limited number of classes in the energetic Red Door Studio. Please visit the 'classes' section to learn more about them!

Visit the events section for details on upcoming shows and workshops!

 
Background

Inspired by her anthropology and sociology degrees, Nancy turned to painting as a way to investigate relationships -- between light, texture, form, and subject. 

She has furthered her studies under a range of contemporary influences: Robert E. Wood, Charles Reid, Morris Shubin, Ruth Ogle, Miles Batt, Don Andrews, Alex Powers, Skip Lawrence, Roger Bechtold and Keith Rose.

 

Nancy has participated in a long list of invitational and juried shows, including a number of solo exhibitions. She holds professional memberships with the Greensboro Artists League, the Southern Watercolor Society, and Artstock Artists.

Her work is collected by numerous institutions, including Duke Hospital, Wingate University Art Center, R.J. Reynolds, Wachovia Bank, Bank of America, Belk Corporation, and many others.