Location: United States
My style is a combination of abstraction and realism. I like the water based media like acrylics, watercolor, and occasionally colored pencil for my work.
I've found that art is a very spiritual experience for me as I study the minute details in God's creation. In the last few years, I have turned my art into more of a worshipful experience. Although most of my subject matter doesn't necessarily look "religious", it had great meaning for me. Each painting symbolizes a deeper spiritual meaning and comes with a story of hope and inspiration.
About a year ago, I asked my pastor if I could paint during church and he let me. Now I have my own little space in the back of the church set up where i paint each Sunday. It has been a real challenge, but, it has stretched my creativity and led to some unusual paintings that I never thought of before.
I want my art to offer hope, inspiration, healing, and point people to the peace found only through Jesus Christ.
These are some of the paintings that I have done while painting during church services.
22 x 30 inches watercolor.
22 X30 watercolor, prints available
Let it flow
22x30 watercolor by Nancy Cupp
©2013 Nancy Cupp
16 x 20 acrylic and metalic gold paint on Eucaboard
16x20 acrylic on hardboard
16 x 20 acrylic on canvas, sold. prints available
22x30 watercolor on paper. sold
A collection of watercolors
22x30 watercolor on arches 300 coldpress paper
watercolor. Sar Shalom means Prince of Peace
I use Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils
real blue orchids
real blue orchids done in colored pencil
I am taking a class in Hebrew and wanted to include it in my art
John 8:12* Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.
Part of my series of The Word in One Word, a study of one word from the Bible.
Psalm 68:4* Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him. KJV
Praise the Lord
©2013 by Nancy Cupp, all rights reserved. 9 X 12 Original drawing on 300 series Strathmore Bristol Smooth Paper with Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils